This introductory Inorganic Arsenic online safety class presents methods and symptoms of exposure to arsenic as covered by Subpart Z 29 CFR 1910.1018 for General Industry. As a naturally occurring element, inorganic arsenic requires training due to a higher risk at industrial job sites. This course focuses on the primary routes of exposure, the symptoms of acute and chronic exposure, the OSHA permissible exposure limit and action level for inorganic arsenic and the two recommended exposure controls. The material covered in this course will make inorganic arsenic safety a priority at job sites.
General industry employees and management will benefit from this Inorganic Arsenic safety training.
- General Industry Workers
- General Industry Supervisors
- General Industry Managers
Many industries still use arsenic even though there is no accurate field screening tool for use on the job site. By knowing the facts about inorganic arsenic, you will be aware of how much your safety depends on awareness and vigilance.
- Properties and Exposure
- Safety Requirements
- Inorganic Arsenic
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
- Federal OSHA
- Mixed Cellulose Ester Filter (MCEF)
- Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL)
- National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
- Action Level (AL)
- Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH)
- Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA)
Features and Benefits
By taking ClickSafety’s Inorganic Arsenic online safety online course and completing it successfully, you will learn OSHA standards, permissible exposure limits and the Action Level for arsenic. The course also covers exposure monitoring, spillage disposal, storage requirements as well as:
- Properties and Primary Uses
- Two Primary Routes of Exposure
- Symptoms of Acute and Chronic Exposure
- Exposure Controls