This 5-hour, online course contains 16 core content modules with downloadable job aids, learning activities, and knowledge check questions throughout each module. This eCourse will cover methods of managing risk, commonly encountered coating occupational hazards, impairment monitoring, handling workplace accidents and effective disciplinary action, types of insurance and determining the Experience Modifier Rate (EMR) as well as preparing a job hazard analysis (JHA).
Learn from home or on the road with this fully responsive and on-demand course which allows the layout and content to automatically adjust and adapt to any device or screen size (i.e. mobile, desktop, laptop or tablet).
- 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
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.
It is recommended that participants have a background in at least one of the following areas:
- Health and Safety
- Industrial Hygiene
- Civil Engineering
- Field Work Supervision
To receive a training Certificate of Completion and professional development hours (PDHs) students must successfully complete the entire course, including all workshops and knowledge checks.