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Hazard Communication in Auto Service Facilities (Spanish)

This course has been discontinued and is no longer available.
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Course Format
Partner  Partner
Product ID
marcrkasg_mrc_es
Training Time ?
45 to 100 minutes
Language(s)
Spanish
Video Format
Standard Definition
Required Plugins
Flash Player
Number of Lessons
9
Quiz Questions
43
Closed Captioning
Question Feedback
Wrong Answer Remediation
Lesson Bookmarking
Interactive Producer
Marcom, Ltd.
Original Content Producer
Marcom, Ltd
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Overview

This interactive training program teaches automotive repair facility workers what GHS-compliant safety data sheets are, how to use them and why they're important. Viewers learn what kind of information is included on container labels and the value of knowing about the facility's written hazard communication program.

Recognizing warnings about toxins, corrosives and irritants, as well as flammables, combustibles and gases, and hazards presented by carcinogens and radioactivity are covered. The video illustrates potential exposure situations. The importance of properly using and storing personal protective equipment is stressed, along with information on spill clean-up considerations.

In an automotive repair facility, chemicals can be your ally or your enemy. Employees have a duty and right to know about the chemicals they encounter in an auto shop, and this video provides a good overview of how they can proactively inform themselves about the hazards that chemicals may present, and how to protect themselves, their coworkers and the facility from harm.

  • Install on any SCORM LMS
  • Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
  • Print certificate and wallet card
  • You have 60 days to complete the course
Audience

Auto, truck and diesel mechanics and others involved in repairing and maintaining vehicles

Topics
The course presents the following topical areas:
  • Introduction
  • Safety Data Sheets, Container Labels, and the Written Hazard Communication Program
  • Toxins, Corrosives and Irritants
  • Flammables, Combustibles and Gases
  • Carcinogens and Radiation
  • Exposure Situations
  • Personal Protective Equipment and Storage
  • Spills and Clean-up
  • Conclusion

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