Hazard Communication for Wastewater Collections, Sewer, and Distribution (COM 107)
Who Is It For
Anfeald’s Hazard Communication for Wastewater Collections, Sewer, and Distribution, COM 107, is for participants who work in wastewater collections, sewer, and treatment related occupations.
This class provides participants with awareness-level information on relevant chemicals and exposures. It helps successful participants meet regulatory and organizational hazard communication training requirements for private and public employers. It includes an overview of chemicals and exposures common to wastewater collections, sewer, and treatment work. Includes relevant chemical classes, chemical hazards, chemical-safety related signs and labels, how to read a safety data sheet, a review of occupational exposure limits, basic emergency response procedures for chemical contact, and related topics. Also includes crystalline silica, asbestos, hydrogen sulfide, methane, sulfur dioxide, sodium hypochlorite, and calcium hypochlorite. This is not a substitute for ANSI-compliant hydrogen sulfide awareness or state-required asbestos 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