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The Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness course from ClickSafety is an introductory-level online training designed to introduce participants to hydrogen sulfide, a colorless, flammable, and highly toxic gas. Shipped as a liquefied compressed gas, hydrogen sulfide has a distinct rotten egg odor.
It is a by-product of many industrial practices including petroleum refining, tanning, mining, wood pulp processing, rayon manufacturing, sugar beet processing, and even hot asphalt paving. Participants will learn the basics of working around this dangerous but useful and common chemical in the Manufacturing sector.
ClickSafety’s Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness training teaches basic safety awareness tips for working around hydrogen sulfide in Manufacturing. Participants can expect to discuss the background, health hazard summary, and OSHA best practices for working with this chemical. Specific course topics include the following:
Means of exposure
Information about hydrogen sulfide and the environment
OSHA standards and guidelines for contact
Acute and chronic health effects of hydrogen sulfide, including cancer and reproduction
Instruction for what to do if you smell hydrogen sulfide
OSHA guidance for comprehensive training
Recommendations for hydrogen sulfide air monitoring
The Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness online course from ClickSafety is ideal for any and all participants in the Manufacturing industry. The following individuals may specifically benefit from this training:
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of Online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.
ClickSafety’s Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness course is an introductory-level and interactive training detailing and explaining the dangers involved with and surrounding the industrial chemical, hydrogen sulfide. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Summarize the properties, sources, and uses of hydrogen sulfide
Understand the primary means of exposure, including inhalation and contact with skin & eyes
Discuss the interaction between hydrogen sulfide and the environment
Cite OSHA standards regarding concentration and length of exposure
Recognize general health effects of hydrogen sulfide contact, as well as those of acute and chronic exposure
Explain what to do if you smell hydrogen sulfide
Review OSHA guidelines for training
Identify the equipment and techniques required for proper hydrogen sulfide air monitoring