Full course description
All employees who work with or supervise work with anesthetic gases shall complete E-Training prior to using any anesthetic gas. The training shall consist of the following: regulatory limits, health effects of nitrous oxide and halogenated agents, sources of exposure, scavenge systems, anesthetic gas equipment inspections, engineering controls, work practices, administrative controls, liquid agent spills, air monitoring, medical surveillance, and hazard communication. The training shall be conducted upon initial assignment and whenever there is a change in process or procedure. Supervisors are responsible for ensuring employees who work with anesthetic gases and associated equipment have been trained in the proper procedures and use of the equipment.