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    AMMONIA SAFETY

    Ammonia is one of the world’s most widely used basic chemicals. Anhydrous ammonia is utilized in a wide variety of commercial applications, from fertilizers to refrigerants to solvents. But ammonia can be hazardous. To protect human health and the environment, manufacturers, packagers, shippers, receivers, and others involved throughout the supply chain must adhere to the safe and appropriate use and handling of ammonia. This course will introduce you to the agencies that deal with regulations and standards for handling anhydrous ammonia, and will help acquaint you with the risks, controls, safe work practices, and emergency response procedures involved in dealing with this hazardous chemical. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    ASBESTOS

    This course will provide you with information about the serious health hazards associated with exposure to asbestos. It will also address where asbestos is commonly found, how it can potentially affect you, and what you need to do to protect yourself and others from exposure. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives for this course are to list the two agencies that have been principally responsible for generating regulations for asbestos control, define terms associated with asbestos, identify where asbestos-containing materials are commonly found in building materials, list the requirements for signs and labels that identify asbestos exposure hazard areas, identify illnesses related to asbestos exposure, describe the medical surveillance program required by OSHA, recognize circumstances in which personnel may be exposed to asbestos, and identify safety measures that protect against asbestos exposure.
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    BENZENE AWARENESS

    Benzene is a volatile chemical formed from both natural processes and human activities. Natural sources of benzene include emissions from volcanoes and forest fires. Benzene is also a natural part of crude oil, gasoline, and cigarette smoke. Benzene is widely used in the United States, ranking in the top 20 chemicals for production volume. It is primarily used as a solvent, as a starting material for the production of other chemicals, and as a gasoline additive. Breathing benzene can cause drowsiness, dizziness, and unconsciousness; long-term benzene exposure causes effects on the bone marrow and can cause anemia and leukemia. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognizes benzene as a hazardous material and imposes strict exposure limits in the workplace. This course presents an overview of benzene and its health risks, and provides information on the occupational requirements and methods to protect against exposure to benzene. It was developed with subject matter
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    CHLORINE SAFETY

    Chlorine is one of the 90 elements essential to daily life, along with oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon. Chlorine is used in many processes, including electronics, water purification, synthetics, and medicines. Around 12 million tons of chlorine are produced for such purposes in North America alone. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognizes chlorine as a hazardous material and imposes strict exposure limits in the workplace. This course presents an overview of chlorine, its health risks, how to control and respond to chlorine exposure, and how to protect your workforce from potential harm.
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    Construction - Construction Hazards & Basics, for any Jobsite

    Real world examples of what to expect, and what to prepare for whenever possible. Not every organization is ready to avoid inspections or fines if they do not have senior staff in place, and/or if they have not been audited in the past. How to train staff to have the correct documentation in place. Ensure that the organization keeps documentation updated and realistic. If an employee is nervous and informs the inspector/auditor wrong information, a strong documentation system will support all of the proper steps that are in place.
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    Decision Analysis in Support of Safety

    Basic decision analysis methods are discussed in a context of solving risk and operational-related problems associated with changes in systems, standards, and procedures. These basic methods can be further developed to incorporate other decision analysis techniques. Testing, analysis, simulation, and studies may be required within the analysis to provide the data and information needed to successfully complete some or all of the steps discussed. The modern manager needs to have knowledge of the tools and techniques of analyses associated with the planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and controlling the safety management system. Such safety management systems must include concepts and processes that will enable sound risk-based decisions.
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    Fundamentals of Safety Analysis

    Initially to scope discussions of safety analysis, risk assessment and hazard control application consider how to efficiently apply resources to meet a primary objective: To assure that safety-related and security-related risks have been identified, eliminated, or controlled to acceptable levels; throughout the lifecycle of the design; addressing the lifecycle of the potential accident. It is then logical to concentrate resources to continue safety and risk assessment; aiming for encompassing analyses (or set of analyses), which also identifies decisions and errors that may present risks; ultimately applying hazard/threat control application. Judgment on descriptive detail is applicable to mitigation design; the nature, complexity, and detail description of risk controls; which become formal requirements. Further consider the hierarchy of hazard control application and the layering of risk controls.
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    Hazard Analysis following ISO 14971

    The US FDA expects that as part of a product development Design Control Program risk management will be conducted. FDA recommends using ISO 14971 as a guide and has accepted it as a recognized standard. One of the techniques described in ISO 14971 is Hazard Analysis. This is the most powerful of the risk management techniques because it considers risks in normal operation as well as fault conditions. FMEA and FTA consider only fault conditions and are more suited as reliability tools than as product safety tools. In this ISO 14971 risk management training we will explain in detail the process of conducting a hazard analysis. The confusing terms “hazard”, hazardous situation”, “harm”, “causative event”, “ALARP”, “risk index”, “residual risk” will be explained. We will go step by step through a template for hazard analysis so that the process is clear.
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    HAZARD COMMUNICATION (HAZWOPER)

    This training discusses programs and procedures dealing with chemical hazards as stated in OSHA Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1200, the Hazard Communication Standard. This training is geared toward employees who are actively involved in cleanup activities. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to identify employer responsibilities and employee responsibilities under the Hazard Communication Standard, describe methods used to detect hazardous materials in the workplace, identify categories of chemical hazards, describe health effects associated with hazardous chemicals, and list methods used to control hazardous chemicals. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    HAZARDOUS MATERIAL HANDLING AND STORAGE

    This course covers information about drum handling, compressed gas cylinders, flammable materials, slings, safe lifting techniques, and safe handling procedures. The intent of the information is to familiarize the learner with safe work practices necessary to prevent injury while handling materials and equipment in the workplace. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to: identify safe lifting techniques when manually handling an object; identify hazards associated with handling drums and containers; specify the proper handling, transportation, storage, and use of compressed gas cylinders; identify hazards associated with handling acetylene, oxygen, or hydrogen; specify how to detect leaks; recognize materials that may be flammable and/or combustible; identify the factors involved in the proper selection, use, and inspection of slings used to hold suspended loads; and identify safe handling and
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    HAZARDOUS MATERIALS IN THE WORKPLACE

    This course discusses proper handling of chemicals in the workplace and actions that can be taken to protect the workers, the public, and the environment. It also covers the roles and responsibilities of those responding to events involving hazardous materials. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to define hazardous materials, identify the factors that influence how spills are controlled; recognize where spills are likely to occur; identify possible responses to a release; specify potential outcomes of using inappropriate control methods; define the primary and secondary goals of spill control; define the terms containment and confinement; specify the recommended procedures for spill and leak response; specify the proper steps to contain hazardous spills; specify confinement methods for solids, liquids, and gases; and define the roles and responsibilities of personnel who respond to emergenci
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    PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (HAZWOPER)

    Equipment and devices have been developed over the years to protect the human body against a variety of environmental and physical hazards. Today, many forms of personal protective equipment, or PPE, are available to protect you from injuries and illnesses. OSHA and EPA regulations classify PPE into four categories, based on the level of protection afforded. This training is intended to introduce you to the four levels, and to acquaint you with the different types and the correct selection of PPE. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to specify why PPE is necessary; identify the proper category of protection for a hazardous situation; identify which PPE is necessary based upon the hazards present; identify the limitations of PPE; and specify the proper care, maintenance, useful life, and disposal of PPE. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global pr
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    REGULATORY OVERVIEW (HAZWOPER)

    This course provides information about the history, purpose, and mission of key regulatory agencies including OSHA, EPA, and DOT. The intent of the course is to provide the learner with an understanding of the sources of regulatory occupational safety and health work practices and standards. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to specify why regulatory standards are established, identify the purpose of the major regulatory agencies that establish regulations impacting the workplace (OSHA, EPA, DOT), identify the purpose of RCRA, CERCLA, and SARA, identify hazardous waste, identify the scope and purpose of HAZWOPER, identify steps to prevent hazardous materials and exposure to hazardous waste, and identify which workers are affected by HAZWOPER. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environ
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    Revisions to the Hazard Communication Standard

    This webinar will provide employers and employees with the new requirements for the Hazard Communication Standard, as well as the changes in the regulations, the way chemicals are classified, and what will be new for training and Safety Data Sheets.
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    SITE CONTROL (HAZWOPER)

    This training describes measures designed to minimize your exposure to hazardous substances, and prevent the migration of contamination to ‘clean’ areas of the site. OSHA requires that employees who work at hazardous material sites, or respond to spill emergencies, receive training to eliminate unnecessary risk of exposure to hazardous substances. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to: define the purpose of the site control program, identify site control measures used to minimize employee exposure to health and safety hazards, including site map, site preparation, work zones, buddy system, site security, communications, and safe work practices. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    SITE SAFETY AND HEALTH PLAN PROCEDURES (HAZWOPER)

    This training is designed to provide on-site and off-site employees with information on the company’s site safety and health plan. A site safety plan establishes policies and procedures to protect workers and the public from potential hazards posed by a hazardous waste site. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to: identify the purpose of personnel organizational structure associated with a site safety and health plan, identify the purpose of a work plan, identify the requirements of a site safety and health plan, identify the purpose and provisions of a site hazard assessment, identify the requirements for a personal protective equipment (PPE) program, and identify the purpose and provisions of site control and standard operating procedures (SOPs). This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, env
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    Webinar On 21 CFR 111 GMP Dietary Supplement Laboratory

    Dietary supplements are governed by 21 CFR 111 in production, testing, storage, and distribution. Although dietary supplements are not pharmaceuticals they are still subject to stringent regulations designed to insure safety and consistency of the products. This webinar will address multiple subparts of 21 CFR 111 specifically discussing laboratory facilities, equipment/instrumentation and process controls.Price:$200.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link http://onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/21-CFR-111-GMP-DIETARY-SUPPLEMENT-LABORATORY-501499/JUNE-2016-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
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    Webinar on Current Laws and Importance of Hazardous Drug Compliance and Safety

    This webinar addresses current regulations and importance of preparing and handling sterile and hazardous pharmaceuticals. Register Today. Price:$200.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link - https://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/Practical-Strategies-for-Compliance-with-USP-800-Hazardous-Drug-Compliance-and-Safety-in-2019-504142/FEBRUARY-2019-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
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    Webinar On DOT, EPA and OSHA Requirements for Handling, Labeling and Shipping of Hazardous Substances

    Knowing the various regulations for each governmental authority can be a daunting experience for the workplace. There can be citations for the employer for not correctly handling, labeling, shipping chemicals and for not adequately protecting workers. This program will help explain and create a lasting knowledge of how to comply with EPA, OSHA, GHS and DOT rules regarding handling, labeling, and shipping hazardous chemicals.Price:$200.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link http://www.onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/DOT-EPA-OSHA-HANDLING-LABELING-HAZARDOUS-501645/AUGUST-2016-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY
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    Webinar On Drug Safety and Pharmacovigilance: Effective Drug Safety Reporting and Surveillance

    This course provides a background to safety reporting. There is a refresher on the definitions and reporting requirements of AE, SAE, AR and SUSARs, within a clinical trial. We look at the sources of safety information and discuss the evidence that points to the causality of an event. The change in the regulatory environment is reviewed and the role of conditional approval and PASS and PAES studies is also discussed.Price:$250.00. Contact info : OnlineCompliancePanel Phn. no. +1-510-857-5896 Fax-+1-510-509-9659 info@onlinecompliancepanel.com Event link http://onlinecompliancepanel.com/webinar/DRUG-SAFETY-PHARMACOVIGILANCE-504550/MARCH-2017-ES-TRAININGREGISTRY