The overall goal of this training is to prevent serious accidents that may cause injury to you and impact public health and the environment. By the end of the training session, you’ll be able to avoid or correct hazards and unsafe conditions; respond to emergencies; understand the importance of site security; and know the basics of controlling hazardous energy (lockout/tagout) and permit-required confined spaces.
Why “Risk Management—Program 3 Prevention Program —Part II” Matters:
Learning about the procedures for safely handling extremely hazardous chemicals, especially toxic and explosive substances, and operating a chemical process that involves such chemicals can help prevent serious chemical accidents that may cause injury to you and impact public health and the environment.
- Always watch for potential unsafe conditions, such as:
- Faulty equipment, and
- Combustibles and incompatibles.
- Know what to do if an unsafe condition is found in your facility!