OSHA 7225: Transitioning to Safer Chemicals

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Overview

OSHA 7225: Transitioning to Safer Chemicals

Course Description

Assist your team in creating a safer workplace through our course, Transitioning to Safer Chemicals. You’ll learn OSHA’s seven-step substitution planning process so you can evaluate chemical use, study possible alternatives, and pursue safer alternatives. Plus you’ll gain knowledge about databases, as well as other tools and methods to help you make the transition so that your workers are protected from chemical hazards.

Course Content

WHY UTILIZE INHERENTLY SAFER DESIGN

  • Substitute basic chemical hazards

EVALUATING CURRENT CHEMICAL USE AND MANAGEMENT

HOW TO APPLY INHERENTLY SAFE DESIGN

  • Substitute of chemical alternatives

HOW TO COMPARE AND SELECT CHEMICAL ALTERNATIVES

IMPLEMENTING AND PILOTING CHEMICAL ALTERNATIVES

Requirements & Materials
Important Information

Although enrollment in online OSHA numbered courses is restricted to students in OSHA's Region IV (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee), individuals who have an established relationship with Georgia Tech (have previously taken courses at Georgia Tech OTIEC), are not prohibited from registering for OSHA numbered online courses if they reside outside of OSHA's Region IV.

Session Details

Who Should Attend

This course is designed for managers or supervisors who oversee facilities, safety, or operations, executive engineers, auditors for safety and mechanical compliance, environmental managers, and technicians, purchasing staff, and workers who use or manage hazardous chemicals.

OSHA professionals working on jobsite

What You Will Learn

  • Why use inherently safer design
  • Basic chemical hazards
  • Evaluating current chemical use and management
  • How to use inherently safe design
  • How to compare, choose, and use chemical alternatives
OSHA professionals working on construction jobsite

How You Will Benefit

  • Understand why inherently safer design is necessary.
  • Create a chemical safety team.
  • Evaluate chemical use, compare alternatives, and implement safer alternatives.
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The solid OSHA curriculum, fueled with hands-on training, and a strong professional network builds you for a successful safety career.

- Rodrigues "Rocky" Smith
Safety Manager

TRAIN AT YOUR LOCATION

We enable employers to provide specialized, on-location training on their own timetables. Our world-renowned experts can create unique content that meets your employees' specific needs. We also have the ability to deliver courses via web conferencing or on-demand online videos. For 15 or more students, it is more cost-effective for us to come to you.

  • Save Money
  • Flexible Schedule
  • Group Training
  • Customize Content
  • On-Site Training
  • Earn a Certificate
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