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RCRA Training Required by All Employees

  • OSHA requires inorganic arsenic training whenever employees are exposed to arsenic at or above a certain level. This course explains the possible health effects related to inorganic arsenic and how to reduce and/or eliminate the exposures that can lead to these health effects.

  • Cadmium : Cadmium is an extremely toxic metal commonly found in industrial workplaces, particularly where any ore is being processed or smelted. Due to its low permissible exposure limit (PEL), overexposures may occur even in situations where trace quantities of cadmium are found in the parent ore or smelter dust. Cadmium is used extensively in electroplating, although the nature of the operation does not generally lead to overexposures. Several deaths from acute exposure have occurred among welders who have unsuspectingly welded on cadmium-containing alloys or worked with silver solders. Cadmium is also found in some industrial paints and may represent a hazard when sprayed. Operations involving removal of cadmium paints by scraping or blasting may similarly pose a significant hazard. Cadmium is also present in the manufacture of some types of batteries. Cadmium emits a characteristic brown fume (CdO) upon heating, which is relatively non-irritating, and thus does not alarm the exposed individual.

  • Introduction

    Alcohol & Drug Policy

    Drug & Alcohol Testing

    DOT Reasonable Cause / Suspicion Testing

    Reasonable Suspicion Testing

    Accident Definition

    DOT Alcohol & Drug Testing - Contractors

    DOT's Alcohol & Drug Testing Rules - Comparison

    Alcohol

    Marijuana

    Amphetamines

    Cocaine

    Opiates

    Phencyclidine (PCP)

    Additional Drugs of Which To Be Aware

    Drug Detection Physiology

    Getting Help If There Is An Abuse Problem

    Summary

  • Course deals with the lead standard awareness training.