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Chemical Handling

Chemical Handling Hazards Course Objective:

The Chemical Handling Hazards course aims to provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary for safe and effective handling of hazardous chemicals in the workplace. The course focuses on understanding the properties of chemicals, implementing proper handling procedures, and mitigating risks to ensure a safe working environment.

Who Should Attend?

Chemical Handling Hazards course is essential for individuals who work with or around hazardous chemicals, including:

    Laboratory Technicians

    Chemical Plant Workers

    Manufacturing Personnel

    Maintenance Workers

    Warehouse and Logistics Staff

    Health and Safety Officers

    Emergency Responders


There are no specific prerequisites for this course. However, participants are expected to have a basic understanding of workplace safety practices.

Topics Covered:

Introduction to Health & Safety

Basic terminologies in Health and Safety

Introduction to the Hazard Communication Program

Introductory Video

Hazard Identification/Evaluation

Labels and Other Forms of Warning

Safety Data sheets/Global Harmonization System

Employee Information and Training

Chemical/Biological Agents and Routes of Chemical Entry

Medical Emergency and Non-Emergency Situations


    Section I: Introduction to Health & Safety

    Section II: Basic terminologies in Health and Safety

    Section III: International Legislation and Standards

    • ANSI Z390.1
    • API RP 49
    • API RP 55

    Section IV: H2S Formation

    Section V: H2S Locations

    Section VI: Properties and Characteristics

    Section VII: Exposure Limits

    Section VIII: Work Procedures and Practices

    Section IX: Contingency Plans and Detection Equipment

    Section X: Personal Protective Equipment

    Section XI:

    • Breathing Apparatus(SCBA)
    • Air Purifying Respirators
    • Supplied Air Respirator
    • Closed Circuit SCBA
    • Limitations
    • Storage

    Section XII:

    • Emergency Response
    • Inhalation Exposure
    • Dermal/Eye Exposure

    Section XIII:

    • Well site Safety
    • Planning
    • Daily Checking/Monitoring
    • Special Precautions


Participants who successfully complete the course and assessments will receive a certification indicating their proficiency in safe chemical handling. This certification demonstrates the participant’s ability to handle hazardous chemicals responsibly and contribute to a safer workplace.

Upcoming Batch / Course Calendar:

Course Name Course Duration New Batch Start Dates
Chemical Handling 3 Hours As Per The Requirements

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