Comunicación de Riesgos
Este curso describe el programa de comunicación de peligros. Los temas incluyen: Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), los inventarios de productos químicos, etiquetado, y la protección National Fire Protection Association sistema cartel.
Después de completar este curso, deberá poder enumerar los elementos de un programa de comunicación de riesgos, cuya finalidad es proteger a los trabajadores del riesgo de exposición a sustancias químicas.
Al final del curso, un examen pondrá a prueba su aprendizaje.
This course describes the hazard communication program. Topics include: Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS); chemical inventories; labeling; and The National Fire Protection Association placard system. Translated into Spanish.
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