Chemical Safety Training In Philadelphia, PA

Chemical Safety Training
Philadelphia is known as the birthplace of the United States. Chemical safety training protects Philadelphia students from toxic chemicals at work & home.
Price $299
Duration 1 day
Format In-person, instructor-led slideshow with exercises and a quiz to test comprehension.
Materials Each student will receive a 3-ring binder containing print-outs of the slideshow. Assuming satisfactory quiz results graded a few days after class, each student will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Class Size5 - 12 students
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CityPhiladelphia, PA

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About Chemical Safety Training


Who is Chemical Safety Training for?

Chemical Safety Training is for everybody. At work, home, and during our daily adventures, we are all exposed to hazardous chemicals. In our course, Philadelphia students learn:

Chemical Safety Training Course Overview:

Chemical safety training protects Philadelphia students, their peers, families, and friends from exposure to hazardous chemicals at work and at home. Pretty much anything can kill you. Even too much water can be toxic. Salt water certainly is. Automobile gasoline fumes, chlorine in bleach, pesticides under tempting shiny wax-coated vegetables, phthalate-ridden shampoo bottles, mercury-filled fluorescent light bulbs, etc.; these are all common examples. But other substances are lethal even in minuscule quantities. Protect yourself from illness, permanent injury, or death by learning about hazardous substance:

Exposure. Types, routes, targets, effects, and limits. Types include carcinogens, caustics / acids, adhesives, polymers, aldehydes / amines / amides, diisocyanates, solvents, lubricants, coal derivatives, lead, silica, man-made fibers such as asbestos, coatings, and metallic fumes such as generated by welding, brazing, and soldering.

Detection. Communicated by labeling / marking or and material data sheets, fact sheets, observations, and measurements.

Control. Substitution, isolation, engineering controls, administrative controls, storage, handling, work practices, operational controls, and personal protective equipment (PPE).

Emergencies. Exasperation by confined spaces, fires, treatments, and other responses.

Philadelphia

City of Brotherly Love - The City that Loves you Back

Excellent choice! Both the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution were written in Philadelphia (Philly). It is the largest city in Pennsylvania, and economic anchor of the greater Delaware Valley. After Chemical Safety Training, Philly won't disappoint. Make some time to visit the revitalized waterfront. Once made up of undeveloped piers and underutilized public spaces, the Delaware River waterfront has become one of the city's most activated attractions thanks to the opening of Race Street and Cherry Street Piers, Spruce Street Harbor Park, Blue Cross RiverRink, and spectacular views of the Benjamin Franklin Bridge.

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Facility

Philadelphia Chemical Safety Training is delivered near the Philadelphia Museum of Art between the Schuylkill and Delaware Rivers. Use your training opportunity to visit the famous "Rocky Steps". Also consider visiting the Liberty Bell historic symbol of American freedom, Elfreth's historic cobblestone alley, and the massive pipe organ in the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul.

Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.


Mike H.
Sr. Vehicle Engineering Technician
Government


GD&T explanations were great and our instructor was very knowledgeable and helpful.



Kenny Large
Kenny Large
Tool and Die Shop Manager
HVAC


Attending my Six Sigma classes was a great learning experience. Our Master Black Belt had the credentials and the ability to make the classes exciting. Working as a production engineer in the HVAC industry I have been able to apply Six Sigma to problem solving situations saving valuable minutes on the assembly line and increase quality in the fabrication process. I believe with an excellent highly trained instructor everyone will appreciate the Six Sigma discipline.