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Occupational Heat Exposure

July 30, 2014 - 2:00 PM (EST)


Get out of the heat and join us for this live training event to learn about the science behind recognizing, measuring and preventing heat-related illnesses in the workplace.

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Oprima el botón para iniciar el módulo completo. Duración: 27 minutos

Este es un módulo de una serie de varias cubriendo la protección contra caídas de OSHA en los estándares en la industria de la construcción. Este módulo abordará las estadísticas de protección contra caídas y cubrirá los estándares en general que hacen referencia en el Anexo M de los estándares 1926. Durante este curso hablaremos de lo siguiente: desencadenamiento de las caídas de altura, directrices generales de protección contra caídas, medidas básicas de protección contra caídas, y requisitos de capacitación.

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This webinar is a discussion of employer responsibilities concerning emergency eyewashes, showers and first aid as required by Kentucky Regulation 803 KAR 2:310, Medical Services and First Aid. Duration 31 minutes.

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Topics covered in this webinar include the epidemiology, symptoms and modes of transmission of bloodborne diseases and how the general requirements of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard applies to your business. We will also discuss ways to respond to an incident concerning bloodborne pathogens. Please note, companies are required to cover incident response and training in a site-specific type format. Duration 52:16 minutes.