Crude Petroleum and Sweet Crude, generally known as Crude oil, is inflammable and highly volatile that can cause instant fire at workplace if not handled properly. On health part, these hazardous substances if get into our body at trachea or lungs, it can cause severe lung disorder leading to death.
This online safety course on Crude Oil Hazard has been made to follow the guidelines set forth by OSHA in training workers against such hazards at workplaces. OSHA has regulatory obligations on employers to follow safety standards to provide congenial and safe work atmosphere for all workers.
Federal regulations specify that industries handling crude oil must comply with the OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.1200 regulations which indicate Hazard Communication for Crude oil.
Our online training course on crude oil hazard safety has been made to satisfy the regulations laid down by OSHA’s Hazard Communication (HazCom) standard 29 CFR § 1910.1200. The training covers safety standards, types of chemical hazards, hazard control measures and risk management practices followed to protect workers.
Who Must Take this Course?
According to OSHA 29 CFR § 1910.1200 Appendix E: All workers who may face the risk of exposure to hazardous chemicals, such as crude oil, at workplaces must be provided proper information and training before assigning works to ensure that they follow prescribed norms and safely handle work responsibilities.
People who are associated with oil spill cleanup activities, workplace supervisors and managers, helpers and attendants, technicians and engineers can take up this course to enhance their safety knowledge and avoid becoming indisposed.
Our OSHA Crude Oil Hazards Training course has been formulated to have case studies, easy to understand content, graphical and audio explanations and practice questions to clear the final exam.
All successful candidates will get a hard copy of completion certificate along with a wallet card for their future use.
Continuing education credits?
Every successful candidate is entitled to have 0.1 CEUs (or 1 CMEs) certification after the end of the training period.
- what crude oil is and what products are made from it,
- potential ways to be exposed,
- oil spills,
- routes of entry,
- health effects, and
- controls, including:
- engineering/technological solutions
- Hazard Communication
- work practices and training
- Personal Protective Equipment