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MBB Consulting™ - Chemical Safety Training In San Antonio, TX

Chemical Safety Training In San Antonio, TX

Chemical Safety Training
San Antonio is famous for the Battle of the Alamo. Chemical safety training protects San Antonio 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 Size3 - 10 students
Start Day
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CitySan Antonio, TX

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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, San Antonio students learn:

Chemical Safety Training Course Overview:

Chemical safety training protects San Antonio 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.

San Antonio

Alamo City

Excellent choice! Our favorite attractions to try after Chemical Safety Training in San Antonio are Sea World and the river walk. Six Flags is fun if you can avoid the crowds. Also, check out the Alamo, Majestic Theatre, Natural Bridge Cavern, and several excellent gardens.

San Antonio
SUMOTUWETHFRSA
San Antonio, TX
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Facility

Our San Antonio Training Center is near the intersections of I-10 & I-35 in the Bank of America Plaza which has a business lounge, gym, and on-site lunch restaurant. Also nearby are the San Antonio Museum of Art, DoSeum, Japanese Tea Garden, Witte Museum, and Splashtown.

Testimonials

Read what our students and clients have to say.

Kyle J.
Kyle J.
Business Process Engineer
Finance


During my Lean Six Sigma training with our Master Black Belt I was able to gain a true understanding of the tools that are required knowledge for an effective continuous improvement program. I have used these tools first hand to implement operational savings worth hundreds of thousands of dollars annually. Additionally, earning my certification has allowed me to expand my knowledge base and to lead others on the path of waste reduction and process improvement.



Megan Cung
Megan Cung
Manufacturing Engineer
HVAC

Steve was one of the great managers that I was fortune to work with and from whom I learned many of my improvement techniques. He was my Master Black Belt in 6 Sigma. I contribute much of my success to him for teaching me the first steps along my journey to excellence. His encouragement and leading by example continue to be the guidance for many of my engineering projects. Many great managers and engineers are his students and receive the benefit from his training.