Chemical Specific Hazard and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - Training offered by Chemical Distributors, Incorporated
Chemicals are widely used in our homes, manufacturing and agricultural facilities, as well as many other areas of society. Hazardous
chemicals are commonly found in our workplaces. In spite of government regulations and company procedures, the risk always exists for a
serious incident involving hazardous chemicals and hazards can vary between chemical. This chemical safety training has been designed to
introduce the safe use of chemicals to the workplace.
As an employer, you must assess your workplace to determine if hazards are present that require the use of personal protective equipment.
If such hazards are present, you must select protective equipment and require workers to use it, communicate your protective equipment selection
decisions to your workers, and select personal protective equipment that properly fits your workers.
You must also train workers who are required to wear personal protective equipment on how to do the following:
- Use protective equipment properly
- Be aware of when personal protective equipment is necessary
- Know what kind of protective equipment is necessary
- Understand the limitations of personal protective equipment in protecting workers from injury
- Put on, adjust, wear, and take off personal protective equipment
- Maintain protective equipment properly
Courses may be offered individually or as a package. Our training plan can be customized to meet your needs.
The EH&S division of Chemical Distributors, Incorporated started with an internal need for training and compliance and has expanded
with the following offering for all of our customers.
Please inquire about a program to match your specific needs.
All training materials will be provided
Give us a call, we've got you covered.
About our trainer:
Cindy Shelton is a certified Associate Safety Professional through the Board of Certified Safety Professionals, as well as a
Registered Environmental Professional through the National Registry of Environmental Professionals. In addition she holds a Master's degree
from Columbia Southern University in Occupational Safety and Health with a concentration in Environmental Management.