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1 Safety Training Topic Purpose of Meeting To remind workers that exposure to chemicals can result in a serious injury. To reince hazard communication rules. To consider ways to protect yourself from chemical hazards. Materials and Preparation A copy of the written hazard communication rules or policy. Note to Trainer Enter your name and the training date on the Training Sign In Sheet. Have each attendee sign the Training Sign In Sheet next to their name. Use this page your reference and give attendees copies of the remaining pages. Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 1

2 SAFETY TRAINING TOPIC Introduction The Law Every day you are exposed to chemicals - chemicals that can injure you or that can make you sick. In the workplace alone, there are an estimated 575,000 existing chemical products, and hundreds of new ones being introduced to the work ce every year. This means that approximately 32 million workers are potentially exposed to one or more chemical hazards on a daily basis. This training has been developed to educate workers about the Hazard Communication policy and how to take appropriate precautions in order to work safely with and around hazardous substances. Workplace chemical hazards are regulated by OSHA under the Hazardous Communication Standard (HCS). This law is based on the concept that all employees have a right to know what hazardous substances (such as chemicals) they are being exposed to on the job, the hazards presented by those substances, and how to protect themselves from injury or illnesses when using those substances. Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 2

3 Identifying Hazards The first step in protecting you from exposures to hazardous substances is to let you know if you are working with, or around, hazardous substances. The responsibility identifying whether chemicals are hazardous to downstream users begins with the chemical manufacturer. They make this determination by assessing both the physical and health hazards of the product. This inmation must be provided on the product s label and on its Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS). This requirement applies to chemicals that come in containers, on bulk chemicals and on certain articles where hazardous by-products may be produced during normal work activities such as welding. Physical Hazards Chemicals are classified as having Physical Hazards if they are: Explosive Compressed Gas Combustible Liquids Flammable Unstable Water Reactive Oxidizers Health Hazards Chemicals are classified as being a health hazard if they: Can cause cancer Are poisonous (toxic) Cause harm to your skin, internal organs, or nervous system Are corrosive - such as acids Cause allergic reactions after repeated exposure Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 3

4 Employer Responsibilities Once a hazardous product arrives at the job site, it becomes the employer s responsibility to make sure that it has arrived with a legible label and a current Material Safety Data Sheet. Your employer must also make sure that all Material Safety Data Sheets are immediately available to you any chemicals that you may work with, or be exposed to. You must also receive training on how to read and understand the inmation on the label and on the MSDS so that you can properly identify and protect yourself when working with that substance. Labeling All containers, regardless of size, must be properly labeled. Although every label looks different, they all must have similar inmation such as Chemical identity Name, address and emergency phone number of the manufacturer Physical and health hazards Any special handling instructions Personal protective equipment that should be worn when using the product, and First aid, fire response and spill cleanup measures. Labels must be in English and other languages that are prevalent in the work group. They must be legible and in an easily viewed location. Aboveground piping systems used to transport hazardous chemicals, including liquids, vapors, gases and semi-liquids must also be identified. This can be done by a color coding system, labels, or tags. Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 4

5 NFPA Labels Many companies use the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) color/number coded labeling system. These diamond-shaped labels are used as a quick identifier so you can easily determine the basic hazards. However, you must be trained to fully understand and correlate the visual warning on the NFPA diamond label with the chemical and its appropriate hazard warnings. The colors identify the type of hazard: Blue = Health Red = Flammability Yellow = Reactivity White = Other hazards or special handling A number between 0-4 is then used to indicate the degree of risk, with zero indicating no risk, and 4 indicating extreme hazards. Portable Containers If chemicals are dispensed from a larger container (i.e. drum) into a smaller, portable container, this container must also have a label unless they the entire chemical is used during your shift and under your control at all times. If the chemical is not used during your shift, or is not under your control at all times, then you must put a label on this portable container. Portable container labels do not need to include all of the inmation contained on the primary label (manufacturer s label), but it must contain the chemical identity at a minimum. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) The chemical label is the 1 st and most important warning tool because it gives you the important hazard inmation at a glance. However, a more in-depth understanding about the chemical, and more importantly how to protect yourself and others from exposure hazards, the Material Safety Data Sheet must be used. Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 5

6 Material Safety Data Sheets (continued) sheets The Material Safety Data Sheets (or MSDS) are provided by the manufacturer in order to give you detailed inmation on the safe use of their product. Be sure you know where to find the MSDSs the products you may be exposed to. See your supervisor more inmation about where to find the MSDSs and how to read them. Personal Protective Equipment Reviewing the MSDS to determine what type of PPE should be worn is one of the most important control measures you can take to protect yourself from chemical hazards. Example PPE when working with or around hazardous substances: Dust masks & Respirators: be sure to review the written respiratory program bee using Safety glasses, goggles and face shields: used when handling chemicals that may splash or when working around equipment that produces dust or particulates Hearing protective devices such as ear muffs or ear plugs Foot protection: usually chemical resistant footwear such as boots Head protection Full body protection such as chemical suits, aprons or coveralls. Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 6

7 Personal Protective Equipment (continued) If the proper type of PPE is not available, or you have questions on what type of PPE should be worn, see you supervisor bee using or working with the chemical. This is all part of your right-to-know what hazards you are exposed to, and your right to protect yourself. PPE Considerations Always inspect your PPE bee and after use. Check signs of wear or damages such as cracks, stiffness, deterioration, pinholes, or damaged seams. Do not re-use disposable equipment such as disposable gloves. If your PPE has become grossly contaminated with hazardous chemicals be sure to wash it bee putting it away so you don t become contaminated the next time you put it on. Contaminated PPE that cannot be decontaminated (washed) should not be thrown into the trash. See your supervisor proper disposal options. Emergency Response Responding to spills and leaks are site and chemical specific. This training session is not intended to teach you how to respond to a spill or leak. Instead, we want you to know that if you work with, or even near a hazardous chemical, you will receive additional training to at least the First Responder Awareness (FRA) level. As a FRA, you may be the first witness to a spill or release and your job is to begin the emergency alarm sequence by making the proper notifications and to take protective actions such as evacuating or implementing shelter-in-place procedures. If your job requires you to respond to a chemical spill or release to try and contain it, you will receive more advanced training. Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 7

8 General Emergency Guidelines Review the MSDS and implement the recommended procedures Evacuate people from the area Isolate the area & keep others from entering Turn off ignition and heat sources Conclusion Remember, you have a right to know what hazardous substances you are being exposed to on the job, the hazards presented by those substances, and how to protect yourself from injury or illnesses when using those substances. Use this knowledge to keep yourself safe. And if you ever need more inmation or training, see your supervisor immediately. Tailgate Topic 2009 DKF Solutions LLC Page 8

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