Topic outline

  • Hazard Communication Impact: Routes of Chemical Entry

    This course provides an overview of all significant aspects and considerations of hazard communication impact including the routes of chemical entry for those who are dealing with hazardous materials and chemicals in the workplace such as managers, engineers and other technical staff. This course is also suitable for health, safety and environmental (HSE) personnel
    • Training Methodology & Objectives

      Training Methodology

      This Trainee-centered course includes the following training methodologies:-

      • Talking presentation Slides (PPT with audio)
      • Simulation & Animation
      • Exercises
      • Videos
      • Case Studies
      • Gamification (learning through games)
      • Quizzes, Pre-test & Post-test

      Course Objectives

      After completing the course, the employee will:-

      Apply and gain an in-depth knowledge on hazard communication impact during the routes of chemical entry Discuss hazard communication and the 10 basic hazard communication requirements
      Recognize hazardous waste including the various types of chemicals and the three forms of chemicals Identify the three routes of entry and describe chemical toxicity, chronic toxicity and acute toxicity
      Determine carcinogens, other groups of toxic chemicals, corrosive chemicals, protection from corrosives and flammable liquids Recognize the properties of flammable liquids as well as vapor pressure, flash point, vapor density, hazards of metals, chemical hazard incidents and emergency response
      Identify the various types of hazard, types of impact, typical types of incidents leading to the impact and type of process plant incidents Avoid vapour cloud explosion, dust explosions and other explosions as well as describe toxic gas escapes, acute exposure, toxic fumes from fires and chronic toxic exposure
      Identify the toxic liquid or gas release causing damage to the environment Carryout emergency response, risk management considerations, spill response and clean-up procedures
      Employ emergency actions and immediate spill response as well as avoid chemicals on skin or clothing, chemicals in eyes, chemicals inhalation and accidental ingestion of chemicals Identify flammable materials, flammable and combustible liquids, store capacity specifications, storage limitations for inside rooms and explosive limits
      Recognize the hazards of flammable liquids, flammable and combustible liquids, minimum ignition energy and fire modelling Apply safe handling of flammable and combustible liquids, safe storage practices and transferring of flammable liquids
      Use and dispose flammable liquids properly as well as implement work practices handling flammable and combustible liquids Identify the common oxidizing agents, discuss the fire triangle and classify hazardous materials
      Review safety data sheets, labels and warnings, globally harmonized system symbols, DOT hazard materials classes and hazard materials classes Discuss health hazards, flammability hazards, instability hazards, special hazards and storage and transport of compresses gases
      Recognize HazChem identification system, hazardous material code, risk significance and risk matrix Illustrate risk management process flow chart, chemical hazard assessment & control and hazard and operability (HAZOP) analysis
      Characterize hazardous waste and identify the waste generator responsibilities and waste handling requirements Apply waste handling practices, disposal of empty containers and disposal of non-hazardous waste
      Recognize environmental technologies, types of wastes, soil pollution control environment technologies and noise control environment technologies
      • Course Description

        This E-learning course is designed to provide participants with a detailed and up-to-date overview of hazard communication impact during the routes of chemical entry. It covers the hazard communication and the 10 basic hazard communication requirements; the hazardous waste including the various types of chemicals; the three forms of chemicals; the three routes of entry, chemical toxicity, chronic toxicity and acute toxicity; the carcinogens, other groups of toxic chemicals, corrosive chemicals, protection from corrosives and flammable liquids; the properties of flammable liquids, vapor pressure, flash point, vapor density, hazards of metals, chemical hazard incidents and emergency response; and the various types of hazard, impact, incidents leading to the impact and process plant incidents
        Further, the course will also discuss the vapour cloud explosion, dust explosions and other explosions; the toxic gas escapes, acute exposure, toxic fumes from fires and chronic toxic exposure; the toxic liquid or gas release causing damage to the environment; the emergency response, risk management considerations, spill response and clean-up procedures; the emergency actions and immediate spill response; the chemicals on skin or clothing, chemicals in eyes, chemicals inhalation and accidental ingestion of chemicals; and the flammable materials, flammable and combustible liquids and store capacity specifications.
        Moreover, the course will also cover the storage limitations for inside rooms and explosive limits; the hazards of flammable liquids, flammable and combustible liquids, minimum ignition energy and fire modelling; the safe handling of flammable and combustible liquids, safe storage practices and transferring of flammable liquids; the usage and disposal, flammable liquids properly, work practices handling flammable and combustible liquids; the common oxidizing agents; the fire triangle and classification of hazardous materials; and the safety data sheets, labels and warnings, globally harmonized system symbols, DOT hazard materials classes and hazard materials classes
        During this course, participants will learn the health hazards, flammability hazards, instability hazards, special hazards and storage; the transportation of compresses gases; the HazChem identification system, hazardous material code, risk significance and risk matrix; the risk management process flow chart, chemical hazard assessment & control and hazard and operability (HAZOP) analysis; the hazardous waste characterization; the waste generator responsibilities and waste handling requirements; the waste handling practices, disposal of empty containers and disposal of non-hazardous waste; and the environmental technologies, types of wastes, soil pollution control environment technologies and noise control environment technologies
        • Module 1 - Hazard Communication

          Contents:
            • 10 Basic Hazard Communication Requirements
            • Hazardous Waste
            • Hazard Communication
            • Types of Chemicals
            • How Chemicals Enter the Body?
            • Chemical Toxicity
            • Toxic Chemicals
            • Corrosive Chemicals
            • Flammable Liquids
            • Metals
            • Protecting Yourself
            • Video: Hazard Communication Standard
            • Module Quiz
          • Module 2 - Chemical Hazard Incidents & Emergency

            Contents:
              • Types of Hazard
              • Video: Types of Hazard For OSH
              • Types of Impact
              • Typical Types of Incidents Leading to the Impact
              • Type of Process Plant Incidents
              • BLEVE's or Fireballs
              • Flash Fires
              • Vapour Cloud Explosion
              • Dust Explosions
              • Other Explosions
              • Toxic Gas Escapes
              • Acute Exposure
              • Toxic Fumes from Fires
              • Chronic Toxic Exposure
              • Toxic Liquid or Gas Release Causing Damage to the Environment
              • Emergency Response
              • Risk Management Considerations
              • Spill Response and Clean-up Procedures
              • Emergency Actions
              • Immediate Spill Response
              • Chemicals on Skin or Clothing
              • Chemicals in Eyes
              • Chemicals Inhalation
              • Accidental Ingestion of Chemicals
              • Module Quiz
            • Module 3 - Flammable Materials

              Contents:
                • Flammable and Combustible Liquids
                • Store Capacity Specifications
                • Storage Limitations for Inside Rooms
                • Flammable Liquids in the Plant
                • Explosive Limits
                • Lower and Upper Explosive Levels (LEL/UEL)
                • Controlling the potential for fire and explosion with flammable liquids is done through safe “STUD” Storage, Transfer, Use and Disposal!
                • Hazards of Flammable Liquids
                • Flammable and Combustible Liquids
                • Fires
                • Minimum Ignition Energy
                • Ignition-Easy to find!
                • Fire Modelling
                • Safe Handling of Flammable and Combustible Liquids
                • Storage (Small Quantities)
                • Safe Storage Practices
                • Transferring of Flammable Liquids
                • Use and Disposal of Flammable Liquids
                • Work Practices Handling Flammable and Combustible Liquids
                • Oxidizing And Reducing Agents
                • Reducing Agents
                • Examples of Redox Reactions
                • Why Redox Qualification
                • The Fire Triangle
                • Video: The Fire Triangle
                • Why Redox Qualification
                • Module Quiz
              • Module 4 - Classification of Hazardous Material

                Contents:
                  • HAZMAT Awareness
                  • What is a Hazardous Material?
                  • Video: Hazardous Material Classifications
                  • Safety Data Sheets
                  • Safety Data Sheet Sheets
                  • Safety Data Sheet: The ”Official” 16 Headings
                  • Safety Data Sheet (Material Safety Data Sheet)
                  • Safety Data Sheet Sheets- Minimum Information
                  • Labels and Warnings
                  • NFPA 704 Labeling System
                  • Exceptions to Employer Labeling
                  • GHS (Globally Harmonized System) Symbols
                  • GHS Pictogram
                  • DOT Hazard Materials Classes
                  • Hazard Materials Classes
                  • LD-50 (mg/kg)
                  • Exposure & Absorption
                  • Emergency Response Guidebook
                  • Module Quiz
                • Module 5 - NFPA 704 Hazard Identification System

                  Contents:
                    • Introduction to Section 704 Hazard Identification System of the National Fire Protection Association
                    • Health Hazards
                    • Flammability Hazards
                    • Instability Hazards
                    • Special Hazards
                    • Video: NFPA Journal - Hazard Labeling Guidelines in NFPA 704
                  • Module 6 - DOT And HAZCHEM Identification Systems

                    Contents:
                      • Hazard Class: DOT System
                      • Class 1: Explosives
                      • Class 2: Gases
                      • Class 3: Flammable Liquids
                      • Flammability
                      • Storage and Transport of Compresses Gases
                      • Class 4: Flammable Solids
                      • Class 5: Oxidizers and Organic Peroxides
                      • Class 6: Poisonous and Infectious Materials
                      • Class 7: Radioactive Materials
                      • Class 8: Corrosive Materials
                      • Class 9: Miscellaneous Hazardous Materials
                      • Hazchem Identification System
                      • Hazardous Material Code
                      • Hazardous Diamonds
                      • Hazardous Sign Guide
                    • Module 7 - Hazard Identification & Control

                      Contents:
                        • HHM: Hierarchical Holographic Modeling (Risk Filtering)
                        • Risk Significance
                        • Risk Matrix
                        • Using the Risk Matrix
                        • Hazard Definition
                        • Risk Management Process Flow Chart
                        • Chemical Hazard Assessment & Control
                        • Hazard and Operability Analysis
                        • P&ID’s - Sample
                        • Hazard and Operability (HAZOP) Analysis
                        • HAZOP-Steps
                        • HAZOP Studies
                        • Module Quiz
                      • Module 8 - Hazardous Waste

                        Contents:
                          • Environment–Hazardous Waste
                          • Training Objectives
                          • What is a Hazardous Waste?
                          • Characteristic of Hazardous Waste
                          • Waste Generator Responsibilities
                          • Waste Handling Requirements
                          • Filling out the Hazardous Waste Label Correctly…
                          • Waste Handling Practices
                          • Disposal of Empty Containers
                          • Disposal of Non-Hazardous Waste
                          • Video: What is a Hazardous Material and Hazardous Waste
                          • Module Quiz
                        • Module 9 - Environmental Technologies

                          Contents:
                            • Introduction Environment Technologies
                            • Waste Management Environment Technologies
                            • Video: Waste Management Environment Technologies
                            • Air Pollution Control Environment Technologies
                            • Module Quiz
                          • Module 10 - Environmental Technologies

                            Contents:
                              • Wastewater Control Environment Technologies
                              • Soil Pollution Control Environment Technologies
                              • Noise Control Environment Technologies
                              • Module Quiz
                            • Module 11 - Case Studies

                              Contents:
                                • Case Study 1: Top 4 Causes of Chemical
                                • Case Study 2: An Environmental Performance Case Study
                                • Case Study 3: Composting and Recycling Case Study
                                • Case Study 4: Air Pollution and Its Effects on Health – Case Studies
                                • Case Study 5: Safety Data Sheet Gasoline, Unleaded
                                • Case Study 6: Safety Data Sheet Powafix Lacquer Thinners
                              • Post-Test

                                Kindly complete the post-test to assess your knowledge about the topic after the course.