Chemical Safety for Sanitation Workers
Companies must provide effective chemical safety training for all employees including managers, supervisors, operators and temporary workers. The objective of this presentation is to equip the participants with the basic skills and knowledge to assess chemical hazards in their workplace. The participants will also be presented with basic controls for working safely with chemical detergents and sanitizers used in food processing plants.
All levels of management and workers need to understand the chemical safety information presented and be aware of the actions to be taken to avoid exposer and risk.
Why should you Attend:On August 1, 2013, President Obama signed an Executive Order on Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security. The order was designed to reduce the risk of hazardous chemicals. Most food processing facilities have controls and processes in place to ensure chemical safety and reduce risk. Tightened regulations have encouraged processing facilities to review their current programs.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Chemical Categories
- Basic First Aid
- Chemical Safety Guidelines
- Color Code System
- MSDS or SDS Sheets
- Tech Sheets
- Chemical Storage
- Chemical Spills
- Chemical Mixing
- Safety Managers / Team Leaders
- QA / QC Managers / QA Personnel
- Sanitation Managers / Supervisors
- Sanitation Personnel
- Food Safety Managers / Team Leaders / Personnel
- Maintenance Managers / Personnel
- Production Managers / Personnel