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This course reviews guidelines categorizing pharmaceutical waste, maintaining and updating an inventory of pharmaceutical waste streams, managing waste storage sites and disposing of waste material. The guidelines provide suggestions on how to manage your program. Pharmaceutical waste that meet the requirements delineated in 40 CFR 261.33(e) (P list) or 40 CFR 261.33(f) (U list), or exhibits a characteristic of hazardous as defined in the 40 CFR 261 must be managed and disposed of in accordance to Federal, State, and local regulations.   Read More

This course is required annually for employees to reinforce the "Right-to-Know" laws. Topics include how to identify and create a hazardous communication plan, the use of Safety Data Sheets (formerly MSDS), the Global Harmonized Standard (GHS), and the safe use, storage and disposal of hazardous material and chemicals.   Read More

In this course the participant will learn the basics of how to identify, segregate, clean-up of minor and major spills, and the disposal of hazardous waste and universal waste at the work site location. This begins with a solid foundation on the principles of identifying universal and hazardous waste, the amount of waste that a first responder can safely handle for minor spills and general disposal, and the proper documentation and packaging that is required.   Read More

The importance of hand washing and sanitizing is the number one priority for preventing the spread of infectious diseases. Statistical facts regarding hand hygiene are reviewed along with tips on encouraging staff to increase compliance, because the health and lives of others are literally held within their hands.   Read More

This informative module provides a comprehensive overview of fire prevention responsibilities, reporting of potential fire hazards, types of fire extinguishers, and what to do in the event of fire. Fire Safety training is required for all staff in healthcare facilities.   Read More

Individuals who prepare, handle, or ship hazardous materials are mandated by Federal law to participate in a DOT training program. This DOT training course provides a comprehensive understanding of the guidelines set forth by the Department of Transportation regarding the handling of hazardous materials. The Department of Transportation, Environmental Protection Agency, and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration are presented in an easy to understand format to make compliance easy and effective. The course is organized into the following ten chapters: Chapter 1: Course Introduction Chapter 2: Hazardous Materials Table Chapter 3: Shipping Papers Chapter 4: Marking and Labeling Chapter 5: Placarding Chapter 6: Packaging Chapter 7: Carrier Requirements (Highway) Chapter 8: Carrier Requirements (Air) Chapter 9: Carrier Requirements (Rail) Chapter 10: Carrier Requirements (Sea)   Read More

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