Do you have part- or full-time safety and health responsibilities? If you do, this course is for you! Review basic occupational health and industrial hygiene principles and become familiar with the concepts of health hazard recognition, evaluation and control. This course is one of three required courses for the Workplace Safety Certificate, to be completed within a two-year period. The certificate is a designation from the South Dakota Safety Council and South Dakota Department of Labor for administrators of workplace safety and health programs. |
Members: $125.00 + tax
NOTE: Members may take all three courses in the Workplace Safety Certificate series for $300.
Nonmembers: $199.00 + tax
Who should attend:
This full-day course is designed for you if you are: newly responsible for company injury and illness prevention programs, a supervisor, or a member of your company's safety committee. It's also a great refresher session for you if you're an experienced safety manager.
You Will Learn:
This full-day course will provide you with an overview of basic occupational health/industrial hygiene principles. You will become familiar with the concepts of health hazard recognition, evaluation and control.
Covering Critical Topics:
Continuing Education Units:
- Health Hazard Recognition
- Right to Know & Chemical Health
- Hazards, MSDS and labeling
- Heat Stress
- Health Hazard Evaluation
- OSHA air contaminant standards
- Overview of industrial hygiene monitoring
- How to work with an industrial hygienist
- Health Hazard Control
- Overview of Control Methods
- Hearing conservation programs
- Personal Protective Equipment selection & use
Attend this course and earn .7 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) from the South Dakota Safety Council.
Length: One day|
Jun 28, 2018
||8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
||South Dakota Safety Council