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Solvents Safety Training

Solvents are used in every workplace to some extent or other. They are used to clean, dilute, purify and in manufacturing, to produce or aid in the production of products. Many solvents are also hazardous to human health. Obviously the range of hazards varies greatly.

Solvents can damage the eyes and ears, lead to respiratory problems, cause cancer and fatalities. Health effects can be both acute and chronic. Acute effects happen during or immediately after the time of exposure. Chronic effects build up over time with repeated exposure.

About the course:

The objective of this program is to highlight the major hazard areas associated with the use of solvents and in so doing, increase awareness of the standards for worker responsibility in observing and being active in daily safety procedures.

  • This program covers:
  • An Introduction to Solvents
  • The physical characteristics of Organic Solvents
  • Potential health issues associated with the use of Solvents
  • Management of Solvents in the workplace
  • Personal Protective Equipment

Video Running Time:
7 minutes

Course Contents

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Safety Training Video

On-demand safety video accompanied by supplemental material to form a complete safety video training program.

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Facilitator's Guide

Accompanying documentation includes facilitator’s framework, video transcript, exercises and a multiple-choice assessment questionnaire.

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Safety Assessment

Course includes a 10-part multiple-choice safety quiz. Participants can take the assessment as is, or the questions can be modified to suit your requirements.

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Course Certificate

Participants can print a completion certificate and training progress is stored centrally in Safetyhub to track your participant engagement KPI.

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