The Ethylene Oxide Awareness for General Industry safety course from OSHA Education School offers introductory-level knowledge regarding this hazardous chemical and all applicable OSHA standards. Participants can expect to focus on the properties, primary use of Ethylene Oxide, routes of exposure, and symptoms of exposure. Additionally, this course teaches the requirements for exposure monitoring, medical surveillance, employee communications, and recordkeeping in the general industry sector.
OSHA Education School’s Ethylene Oxide Awareness for General Industry training teaches participants about Ethylene Oxide, a chemical found in the production of solvents, antifreeze, textiles, detergents, and more. Participants can expect to learn its properties and potentially hazardous effects of exposure. Specific course topics include the following:
Introduction to Ethylene Oxide
Properties of and exposure to Ethylene Oxide
Specific industry terms covered throughout the course include the following:
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