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Lead Poisoning Awareness

Description: Lead is a highly toxic metal that is still used in the workplace in many industries. Exposure to lead can cause serious health effects, so it’s important that you understand what they are and how you can avoid them. In addition, you have certain rights and your employer has certain responsibilities with regard to potential lead exposure that you need to be aware of. This training is designed to provide you with the information you need to protect yourself from overexposure lead in your place of work.

Objectives: Common uses and sources of lead Health hazards of lead OSHA’s permissible exposure limit (PEL) and action level for lead Requirements the employer must meet to monitor exposure to lead The protective measures the employer is required to put in place Hygiene practices employees must follow Personal rights and employer’s responsibilities regarding medical surveillance, medical removal protection and recordkeeping The action employees must take if overexposed to lead

Duration: 48 min

Language: English

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Categories: OSHA Essentials

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