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On January 31, 2006, an explosion caused by a runaway chemical reaction rocked the Synthron facility in Morganton, North Carolina. One worker was fatally burned, and 14 others were injured (two seriously). The explosion destroyed the facility and damaged structures in the nearby community. Incident investigation revealed that Synthron had minimal safety information on its chemical processes, and personnel were poorly prepared to recognize dangers from an uncontrolled chemical reaction. Process Safety Management (PSM) is aimed at preventing highly hazardous chemicals from being released, and effective training is needed to ensure the safe operation of oftentimes complex operations. In this interactive online video course, industry expert Jon Wallace discusses the elements of the PSM Training requirement, including initial training, refresher training, and training documentation. A solid understanding of the details of this requirement will help ensure employers are in compliance with OSHA PSM regulations.
• Describe the importance of training as part of the overall PSM program
• List the OSHA 1910119 training requirements
• Identify how to incorporate effective training into your overall PSM program
• Measure compliance with PSM training requirements
• Internet Access - Users will need a computer or device with a web browser and an internet connection.
• System - Runs on desktop computers and tablets. Microsoft Windows 7, 8 and 10 and MAC OS. Apple Tablets running IOS 11.
• Browser - Runs on Edge, Chrome, Firefox and Safari, no plug-ins required
• Minimum browser size - 1024x672
• Audio – Requires speaker or headphones.
• Notes - Not suitable for smartphones
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