Introduction|Safety Data Sheets and Container Labels|Toxins, Corrosives, and Irritants|Flammables, Combustibles, and Gases|Carcinogens and Radiation|Exposure Situations|Personal Protective Equipment and Storage|Spills and Clean-up|Review
According to OSHA’s hazard communication standard, healthcare facilities need to provide the proper information, equipment, and training needed to work around hazardous materials. Your healthcare employees have a right to know about the hazardous substances they may work with. Use this online training course to teach your employees how to locate information about the hazardous materials they work with, either through Safety Data Sheets (SDS), container labels, or the facility’s written Hazard Communication Plan. After viewing this online course, employees will understand how to keep themselves safe around hazardous substances by referring to the proper hazard communications.