Chemical Safety is committed to ensuring the safety of human health and the environment in all chemical-related activities. Our Chemical Safety Training program offers participants valuable knowledge on chemicals and associated work activities. Completion of the course enables individuals to effectively manage chemical safety in the workplace, identify potential hazards, and implement necessary precautions. This training not only helps organizations prevent injuries and meet legal requirements but also fulfills the operational control obligations of ISO 45001:2018. By prioritizing chemical safety, organizations can create a safer work environment and protect their employees. Investing in our training program equips individuals with the necessary skills to handle chemicals responsibly and mitigate risks effectively. Join us in promoting a culture of safety and compliance by enrolling in our Chemical Safety Training. Together, we can ensure the well-being of both people and the environment while meeting regulatory standards

Learning Outcome

Upon completion of this course, participants will:
1. Gain a thorough understanding of the requirements for safe chemical handling in order to prevent workplace accidents.
2. Acquire knowledge about various chemical hazards and the associated risks involved.
3. Learn and implement safe work practices and emergency procedures while handling chemicals.

Course Outline:

1. Introduction to Chemical Safety:
• Key terms and definitions in chemical safety.

2. Chemical Hazards:
• Understanding different types of chemical hazards.
• Conducting chemical risk assessments.

3. Managing Chemical Safety:
• Proper use of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
• Interpreting hazard pictograms.
• Establishing and maintaining a chemical inventory

4. Implementing Control Measures:
• Ensuring safe storage of chemicals.
• Selecting and using personal protective equipment (PPE) for eye/face, skin, hands, respiratory, and thermal protection.
• Implementing operational controls and other necessary measures.

5. Emergency Measures:
• Safe disposal of chemicals.
• Spill control procedures.
• Emergency response protocols.
• Monitoring requirements, such as atmospheric monitoring.

6. Health Surveillance and Record Keeping:
• Importance of health surveillance.
• Conducting control monitoring.
• Maintaining accurate records of chemical safety activities.

7. Q & A
• Interactive session to address participant queries and concerns

Course Certification

Participants will be issued with a certificate of attendance