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ADDITIONAL TRAINING may be required based on where you will be working and the type of work you will be conducting. This will be determined by BNL Safety Staff. Examples and explanations of other possible training requirements and a description of the target audiences are below:
  • Hazard Communication: Required for anyone generating any quantity of hazardous waste--or any chemical that could cause harm to human health or the environment. Examples include solvents; oil w/metal shavings; oil mixed with solvents; strong bases; ignitable, flammable and toxic materials; dangerous metals (lead, mercury, zinc cadmium); carcinogens; irritants; and corrosives.
  • Basic Electrical Safety: Required for non-electrical workers who may work with, or come in contact with, de-energized, electrically powered devices. Required for anyone performing work where there is a potential for electrical injury.
  • Electrical Safety 1: Required for electrical workers who work On or Near exposed energized parts (NFPA 70E Risk Hazard Category 1 or higher). If Electrical Safety 1 is required, you will also be required to take- Adult Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation- (CPR Training TQ-ADULTCPR) Classroom training - Click here to register

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