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COVID-19 Guidelines for General Industry

COVID-19 Guidelines for General Industry

The Coronavirus Pandemic has affected millions of people around the world putting their work and daily lives on hold. Meanwhile, the number of coronavirus cases and deaths continues a steep upward trend with no immediate end in sight. There is still much we don’t know about COVID-19 especially for those who work in the general industry, but researchers at the CDC have provided good...

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What to know about the Coronavirus

Coronaviruses are a common respiratory virus found in most mammals with several different human variants. Coronavirus infections among people are always of public health concern. The risk from these outbreaks depends on characteristics of the virus,...

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Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Training Requirements

Anhydrous Ammonia Safety Training Requirements

Anhydrous ammonia is used as a refrigerant in many industrial facilities, including food processing plants. It’s a highly hazardous chemical gas that is both toxic and flammable. Because of the dangers associated with it, the Occupational Safety and Health...

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What is the Emergency Response Guidebook?

The Emergency Response Guidebook, commonly referred to as the ERG, is primarily used for the initial response involving hazardous materials transported by highway and railway, but also used for materials transported by air, water, or by pipeline. It’s a guide to aid...

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Local HazMat Response and Impact on Training

Local HazMat ResponseIn order to determine what type of HazMat Training your employees need, you need to know what services your local fire department or hazardous materials team can provide. Local HazMat services vary widely depending on the size of the...

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Online vs On-site HazMat Training

Why choose On-Site HazMat Training? When choosing HazMat Spill Response Training for you or your team, you want to make sure you’re not only meeting requirements, but also setting your team up for success should a spill happen at your facility. The most comprehensive,...

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Who Needs HazMat Training?

OSHA and the DOT require different types of training based on the regulations for the transportation, storage, and usage of hazardous materials. The requirements can be confusing. To clarify them, we created a general guide outlining the different types of hazardous...

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