Process Safety Management - Initial Training

Process Safety Management - Initial Training$20.00 USDThe major objective of process safety management (PSM) is to prevent unwanted releases of hazardous chemicals, especially into locations that could expose employees and others to serious hazards. Under the PSM standard, OSHA wants to eliminate having untrained workers in the workplace and wants to ensure that everyone who needs training receives it; therefore, you have a two-step process. First, all current employees who are involved in operating a process must receive training. Second, each new employee must be trained before operating a newly-assigned process. Employees must be trained who are involved in operating a process that involves: *A chemical at or above the specified threshold quantities, *Pressure vessels and storage tanks, *Piping systems (including components such as valves), *Relief and vent systems and their associated devices, *Emergency shutdown systems, *Controls, *Pumps, The training should emphasize specific safety and health hazards, procedures, emergency operations that include shutdowns, safe practices applicable to the employee's job tasks, and significant changes in the process.
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Process Safety Management - Initial Training

$20.00 USD

The major objective of process safety management (PSM) is to prevent unwanted releases of hazardous chemicals, especially into locations that could expose employees and others to serious hazards. Under the PSM standard, OSHA wants to eliminate having untrained workers in the workplace and wants to ensure that everyone who needs training receives it; therefore, you have a two-step process. First, all current employees who are involved in operating a process must receive training. Second, each new employee must be trained before operating a newly-assigned process. Employees must be trained who are involved in operating a process that involves: *A chemical at or above the specified threshold quantities, *Pressure vessels and storage tanks, *Piping systems (including components such as valves), *Relief and vent systems and their associated devices, *Emergency shutdown systems, *Controls, *Pumps, The training should emphasize specific safety and health hazards, procedures, emergency operations that include shutdowns, safe practices applicable to the employee's job tasks, and significant changes in the process.

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