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Chemical Management, Spill Drill And Clean Up Training

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Chemical Management, Spill Drill And Clean Up Training

Chemical Management, Spill Drill And Clean Up Training

ABOUT THE COURSE

Planning, training and drills are the keys to keep employees and the environment safe from harm. As chemicals are now considered as a necessity of our daily life, we are likely to be exposed to hazardous chemicals especially while we are at our workplace. Under OSHA 1994, in Classification, Labelling and Safety Data Sheet of Hazardous Chemicals Regulations 2013 (CLASS Regulations) and Use and Standard Exposure of Chemicals Hazardous to Health 2000 (USECHH), it is clearly stated that the employees have the ‘right-to-know’ on chemicals used and the hazard or risk posed to them. Therefore, employees are required to interpret the contents of Safety Data Sheet (SDS) of chemicals present in the premise. The two (2) days training on chemical management, spill drill and clean up will be useful during daily chemical usage, emergency cases such as spillages and preparation as auditees during chemical audits.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

At the end of this training, participants will be able to:

  • Familiarize and understand the needs to comply with the chemical-related legislations
  • Interpret and adhere to the Safety Data Sheet’s requirements
  • Effectively handle, store, use and dispose of chemicals
  • Distribute and maintain the chemical-related personal protective equipment properly
  • In-depth understanding of the total chemical management specifications

COURSE CONTENT

  • Introduction to Hazardous Chemicals
  • Chemical Safety Management
  • Chemical-related legal requirements
  • Suitable PPE and equipment for chemical handling/spills
  • Existing and proposed chemical procedures
  • Planning for mock chemical spill drill
  • Chemical Spill Drill
  • Safety Data Sheet (SDS) interpretation

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • ERT members
  • Safety and Health Committee Members
  • Production, Maintenance and
  • Other chemical-related work task personnel

Course Info

Estimated Duration 2 Days
Maximum Students 25 Participants
Time 9.00 am to 5.00 pm
Levels Basics

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