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© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 1 OF 97 AMMONIA SAFETY FOR EMPLOYEES CORPORATE SAFETY TRAINING 29 CFR WELCOME Chemicals in the Workplace ©
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 2 OF 97 BASIS FOR THIS COURSE Millions of workers are exposed to ammonia hazards daily. Ammonia is very safe under controlled conditions. Employees must understand the hazards of ammonia. Each year, numerous accidents with ammonia result in death. Safety can be greatly enhanced if training is provided. OSHA Standards require: Hazards be assessed. Training be conducted. Hazards and precautions be explained. Emergency response capability be established.
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 3 OF 97 COURSE OBJECTIVES Provide an Introduction to the Toxicology of Ammonia. Discuss Ammonia’s Usage in Today’s Industry. Discuss General Terms Used in Ammonia Safety. Discuss Methods of Compliance with Ammonia Safety. Discuss the Routes of Entry Into the Human Body. Discuss Any Medical Surveillance Requirements. Discuss Personal Protective Equipment Requirements. Discuss the Hazards of Ammonia Upon the Human Body. Discuss Hazard Recognition & Control Skills.
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 4 OF 97 1.This course Is designed to provide an overview or refresher for the specific chemical topic. 2.Instructor notes are provided where appropriate for certain slides (you can also add your own notes). 3.Review the “notes master” for slides where the “notes icon” appears at the bottom of the slide. INSTRUCTORS NOTE
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 5 OF 97 COURSE CONTENTS 1. Basis For The Course 2. Course Objectives and Recommended Attendees 3. Student Learning Outcomes 4. Course Attendees 5. Affected Regulations 6. Training and Retraining Requirements 7. Synonyms And Trade Names 8. Employee Exposure Limits 9. Physical Properties 10. Hazard Ratings 11. Health Effects 12. Basics Of Toxicology
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 6 OF 97 COURSE CONTENTS 13. Factors Influencing Toxic Action 14. Exposure Terminology 15. Factors Affecting Exposure 16. Methods of Compliance 17. Exposure Control 18. Basic Safety Rules 19. Storage Rules 20. Chemical Storage Surveys 21. General Storage Requirements 22. Specific Storage Requirements 23. Question and Answer Period 24. Tips For Using Contractors (Continued)
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 7 OF 97 Why Ammonia Safety Is Important. The Basics of Toxicology as it Relates to Ammonia. Basic Safety Precautions Related to Ammonia Safety. Specific Hazards Associated with Ammonia Exposure. The Training Requirements Associated with Ammonia. Basic Storage Requirements as they Relate to Safety. The Use of Personal Protective Equipment to Prevent Exposure. STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES UNDERSTAND THE FOLLOWING:
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 8 OF 97 Any Employee Potentially Exposed to Ammonia. Safety Committees. Department Managers. First Line Supervisors. Accident Investigation Team Members. COURSE ATTENDEES
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 9 OF 97 FEDERAL - 29 CFR EMPLOYERS MUST: Furnish a place of employment free of recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to employees. Employers must comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under the Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of OSHA ACT OF 1970 REGULATORY STANDARD THE GENERAL DUTY CLAUSE
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2005 AMMONIA SAFETY - SLIDE 10 OF 97 29CFR - SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AMMONIA INDUSTRIAL REGULATIONS
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© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2006 BUTADIENE SAFETY - SLIDE 1 OF 97 BUTADIENE SAFETY FOR EMPLOYEES CORPORATE SAFETY TRAINING 29 CFR WELCOME.
© Copyright SafetyInstruction.com 2006 CARBON DIOXIDE SAFETY - SLIDE 1 OF 97 CARBON DIOXIDE SAFETY FOR EMPLOYEES CORPORATE SAFETY TRAINING 29 CFR
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TOXICOLOGY - SLIDE 1 OF 79 © Copyright SafetyInstruction.com CFR 1910 WELCOME INTRODUCTION TO INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOGY CORPORATE SAFETY TRAINING.
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