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Subpart Z: Toxic And Hazardous Substances For General Industry

This course discusses 24 chemicals and areas of concern that are classified as poisonous or hazardous under 29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z. These include the following: air contaminants, asbestos, 13 carcinogens, vinyl chloride, inorganic arsenic, worker right to know (access to exposure data and medical records), lead, chromium XI, cadmium, benzene, coke oven emissions, bloodborne pathogens, cotton dust, DBCP, acrylonitrile, ethylene oxide, formaldehyde, MDA, 1, 3 butadiene, methylene chloride, I The course covers the identification of numerous chemicals, their routes of exposure and symptoms of exposure, as well as their exposure limits and controls.

Include: Certificate of Completion
Duration: 4 hours and 45 minutes
Languages: English
Level: Intermediate

Workers may be exposed to a number of substances considered toxic or hazardous per OSHA Standard 29 CFR Part 1910.1000 Subpart Z while performing their job duties. When these substances contaminate the air, they can potentially cause illness, injuries, and even fatalities. The Subpart Z Toxic and Hazardous Substances for General Industry course from OSHA Education School identifies 24 hazardous substances and areas of concern and provides toxic and hazardous substances training to help workers stay protected on the job when air contaminants are present. During this course, students will learn more about OSHA’s standards for air contaminants and safe work practices. Course topics include: An introduction to Subpart Z Air contaminants, including asbestos, vinyl chloride, and 13 known carcinogens The dangers of exposure to common toxic and hazardous substances, including lead, chromium VI, inorganic arsenic, and more Hazard Communication (HazCom) Retention of DOT markings, placards and labels The use of hazardous chemicals in labs How to understand Z tables, including: Table Z-1 “Limits for Air Contaminants” Table Z-2 Table Z-3 “Mineral Dusts” Using OSHA’s computation formula to determine permissible exposure limits (PELs) 3 primary air contaminant controls Personal protective equipment (PPE) At the end of the course, students will understand how to prevent exposure to airborne contaminants and work safely when these substances are present.

Who Needs Subpart Z: Toxic And Hazardous Substances For General Industry?

The Subpart Z Toxic and Hazardous Substances for General Industry course may be taken by all team members who may be exposed to air contaminants on the job, including workers, foremen, and supervisors.
Subpart Z: Toxic And Hazardous Substances For General Industry

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