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Spray Coating Operations

    Spray Coating Operations

    Course Overview

    This intermediate online safety course will teach you to anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control safety and health hazards associated with Spray Coating Operations. You will be taught that many hazardous chemicals are potentially flammable, explosive or toxic. This Spray Coating Operations online course will also focus on the hazards of spray coating and the three principal methods of spray coating applications.

    Intended Audience

    Spray Coating Operations is an online safety course designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations.

    • Construction Foremen
    • Construction Supervisors
    • Construction Workers

    Learning Objectives

    This online safety course will discuss how to safely use hazardous chemicals during spray coating. You will also learn OSHA’s requirements for ensuring safety in the workplace. Once you've successfully completed the course, you will understand how to review labels and material safety data sheets (MSDS) to make safety the first priority.

    Course Topics

    • Spray Coating Operations
    • About Spray Coating
    • Hazards of Spray Coating
    • Hazards Control
    • Anticipate, Recognize, Evaluate and Control
    • Personal Care


    • Methods
    • Controls
    • OSHA
    • MSDS

    Features and Benefits

    By taking ClickSafety’s Spray Coating Operations online safety course, you will be informed of the dangers of spray coating and how to prevent injury or accidents. Throughout this course, we will instruct you on how to:

    • Take time at the beginning of work to anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control hazards, which means reviewing labels and material safety data sheets, as well as following company safety policies and procedures
    • Get to know the law by learning about Federal OSHA, State and Local regulations, as well as your employer’s safety requirements
    • Contact your supervisor, foreman or company safety coordinator for more information
    Walnut Creek, CA 94596
    Call: 800.971.1080