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Formaldehyde Hazard Communication Training Fall 2020 is a Course

Formaldehyde Hazard Communication Training Fall 2020

Jun 1 - Jan 1, 2021

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Course Introduction

This training applies to all occupational exposures to formaldehyde - formaldehyde gas, its solutions, and materials that release formaldehyde. This training is required for all employees exposed to formaldehyde at or above 0.1 parts per million (ppm) as identified by IUEHS.  All Indiana University faculty and staff who have exposure to formaldehyde should take this training.

Learning Outcomes

After completing the module, you will be able to:

  • Know and understand the hazards associated with occupational exposure to formaldehyde
  • Signs and symptoms of formaldehyde exposure
  • How to limit and/or reduce potential for exposure.

Module Topics Include

  • Authority and responsibilities
  • Chemical Properties of Formaldehyde
  • Use of Formaldehyde
  • Potential Routes of Exposure
  • Potential Effects
  • OSHA Exposure Limits: Exposure Monitoring
  • Limiting Exposure
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Regulatory Areas
  • Emergency Equipment Requirements
  • Labeling Requirements
  • Chemical Spill Response
  • Formaldehyde Waste Disposal
  • Reporting Signs and Symptoms
  • Medical Surveillance Program
  • Training and Recordkeeping

Course Creator 

IU Environmental Health and Safety

 
Length: 30 minutes

 
Department: 
IU Environmental Health and Safety

 
Credit: Certificate

 
Audience: For all IU faculty and staff who have exposure to formaldehyde.

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