Hazard Communication for Water Production and Wastewater Treatment Plants (COM 109)
Who Is It For
Anfeald’s Hazard Communication for Water Production and Wastewater Treatment Plants class, COM 107, is for participants who work directly with chemicals at water production and wastewater treatment facilities and who need hazard communication training. This class provides participants with specific information on the hazard communication regulation and chemical information. It helps successful participants meet regulatory and organizational hazard communication training requirements in most industries including construction and general industry.
This class provides participants with an overview of the hazard communication regulation, chemical classes, chemical hazards, introduces the student to chemical-safety related signs and labels, contains specific information on how to read a safety data sheet, basic emergency response procedures for chemical contact, a review of occupational exposure limits, Globally Harmonized System (GHS) information, with common workplace chemicals and when available, examples drawn from client’s workplace exposures. This is the same class as COM 102 except that it contains specific information on corrosives, chlorine gas, residuals, and other chemicals common to water production and water treatment plants. This class includes some information on hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide gases, but it is not a substitute for ANSI-compliant hydrogen sulfide awareness training.
Regulations: 29 CFR 1910.1200, 29 CFR 1926.59, 29 CFR 1910.1053, 29 CFR 1926.1153
Level: Awareness / Affected-Person
Available Format(s) and Length
- Face-to-Face: 4-hours nominal, 4-hours OSHA, 3.5-hours actual contact time, 0.35-CEU