This eCourse will provide participants with knowledge and skills necessary to be a competent person related to safety and health programs in industrial coating operations. The course will cover recognizing hazards encountered in industrial coating projects, controlling those exposures, and risk management/insurance. This course will be delivered in 16 units featuring lecture, workshops, quizzes, and a multiple choice assessment.
- Role of the Contractor’s Safety Director or Manager
- Managing Risk
- Commonly Encountered Industrial Coating Occupational Hazards
- Recognizing Impairment
- Real Costs of Accidents
- Effective Disciplinary Action
- Feasibility of Safety Committees
- Pros and Cons of Worker Incentives
- Industry Standards
Each participant will access the course materials and complete the exercises online. The written exam consists of 50 multiple-choice questions. To receive a certificate and CEUs, you must complete each module, workshop, and quiz and attain at least 70% on the exam.
Benefits of attending
After attending this course you will be able to:
- Describe the role of the Safety Director/Manager in industrial coating operations
- Explain the difference between a contractor’s Corporate Safety Manual and a job-specific Safety Plan
- Recognize, evaluate and control hazardous chemicals in industrial coating operations
- Recognize, evaluate and control occupational hazards in industrial coating operations
- Analyze accident reports and the implementation of various prevention methods
- Explain the implementation of a site-specific safety and health plan by the on-site competent person
Who should attend
Attendees of this course should consist of individuals responsible for the development, implementation and/or management of an Industrial Painting Contractor’s Safety and Health Program at both the corporate and site-specific levels. Participants should have a background in Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, Civil Engineering, and/or field work supervision. Experience levels of participants should range from at least 1 year to 10 years. an Society for Quality (ASQ).