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Coke Oven Emissions Awareness for General Industry

    Coke Oven Emissions Awareness for General Industry

    Course Overview

    Coke Oven Emissions are presented in this introductory online safety course as covered by Subpart Z 29 CFR 1910.1029 for General Industry. Coke oven training can reduce the incidence of lung and kidney cancer in people who work around bituminous and other forms of coal. The three main routes of exposure are an important component of coke oven safety courses and they determine what kinds of PPE a worker needs.

    Intended Audience

    General industry workers are the intended audience for this coke oven safety training. 

    • General Industry Workers
    • General Industry Supervisors
    • General Industry Managers

    Learning Objectives

    This Coke Oven Emissions online safety course defines what employers must do to keep workers from toxic exposure to emissions. Employees learn how to protect themselves as well as when they are likely to be exposed to these emissions.

    Course Topics

    • Properties and Uses of Coke Ovens
    • Primary Routes of Coke Oven Emission Exposure
    • Primary Health Hazards and Exposure Limits
    • Safety Requirements and PPE


    • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    • Federal OSHA
    • Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL)
    • Bituminous Coal
    • Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)
    • Hygiene Facilities and Practices
    • Medical Surveillance
    • National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

    Features and Benefits

    ClickSafety’s Coke Oven Emissions online course covers what a coke oven is and its uses. Upon successful completion of this course, you will understand:

    • The Primary Exposure Routes
    • Two Primary Health Hazards
    • OSHA’s Permissible Exposure Limit for Coke Oven Emissions
    • Two Types of PPE when working with Coke Ovens
    • Proper Hygiene Facilities
    • Records Access
    • Signs and Labels
    • Medical Surveillance
    Burlington, MA 01803
    Call: 800.971.1080