New ECATTS & ESOHTN Training Courses Available!

We are excited to share that we have added 10 new courses to our ECATTS & ESOHTN training library!

Below are the newest courses and brief descriptions:

1. AEROSPACE NESHAP—EIELSON AFB:  This training series consists of six courses and is a familiarization with the air pollution regulation known as “Aerospace NESHAP” (National Emission Standard for Hazardous Air Pollutants). Training is targeted towards managers, operators, paint supervisors, and anyone else whose daily functions might be affected by NESHAP regulations.

2. ASBESTOS AWARENESS—KIRTLAND AFB:  Targeted towards all employees who are potentially exposed to asbestos in the work area, this training helps fulfill the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1001, OSHA’s Asbestos Standard. Topics covered include definitions and descriptions of asbestos, common uses, routes of exposure, health hazards, signs and symptoms of exposure, preventative measures for exposure, supervisor responsibilities, and employee responsibilities.

3. BENZENE AWARENESS—KIRTLAND AFB:  Targeted towards all employees who are potentially exposed to benzene in the work place, this training helps fulfill the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1028, OSHA’s Benzene Standard. Topics include the definitions and descriptions of benzene, common uses, routes of exposure, health hazards, signs and symptoms of exposure, preventative measures for exposure, and supervisor and employee responsibilities.

4. CADMIUM AWARENESS—KIRTLAND AFB:  Targeting those who are potentially exposed to cadmium in the work place, this training helps fulfill the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1027, OSHA’s Cadmium Standard. Topics include definitions and descriptions of cadmium, common uses, routes of exposure, health hazards, signs and symptoms of exposure, preventative measures for exposure, and supervisor and employee responsibilities.

5. CHROMIUM VI AWARENESS—KIRTLAND AFB:  This training helps fulfill the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1026, OSHA’s Chromium VI Standard. Designed for employees who are potentially exposed to Chromium VI in the work place, this course covers the definitions and descriptions of Chromium VI, common uses, routes of exposure, health hazards, signs and symptoms of exposure, preventative measures for exposure, and supervisor and employee responsibilities.

6. EESOH–MIS–HAZARDOUS MATERIALS—KADENA AB:  This course provides training and demonstrations on using the EESOH-MIS system. Details include managing HAZMAT inventories, searching for MSDSs and creating and updating Process Authorization records. EESOH-MIS replaces the AF-EMIS HAZMAT tracking system and is accessed via the Air Force Portal. Training is targeted towards anyone who uses the EESOH-MIS system.

7. FILTERING FACE PIECE DEVICES—MAXWELL AFB:  This course covers the limitations of “dust masks” or Filtering Face Piece Devices (FFPD). Targeting those who use dust masks, this training covers the importance of device limitation training when choosing to wear them.

8. FORMALDEHYDE AWARENESS—KIRTLAND AFB:  This course targets all those potentially exposed to formaldehyde in the work area and helps fulfill the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1048, OSHA’s Formaldehyde Standard. Details of the course include the definitions and descriptions of formaldehyde, common uses, routes of exposure, health hazards, signs and symptoms of exposure, preventative measures for exposure, supervisor responsibilities, and employee responsibilities.

9. LEAD AWARENESS—KIRTLAND AFB:  Designed for those who are potentially exposed to lead in the work field, this training helps fulfill the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1025, OSHA’s Lead Standard. Topics covered include the definitions and descriptions of lead, common uses, routes of exposure, health hazards, signs and symptoms of exposure, preventative measures for exposure, and supervisor and employee responsibilities.

10. METHYLENE CHLORIDE AWARENESS—KIRTLAND AFB:  This training helps fulfill the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1052, OSHA’s Methylene Chloride Standard. Details include the definitions and descriptions of Methylene Chloride, common uses, routes of exposure, health hazards, signs and symptoms of exposure, preventative measures for exposure, supervisor responsibilities, and employee responsibilities. This course is targeted towards all employees who are potentially exposed to Methylene Chloride in the work area.

For more information on any of our training courses, visit ecatts.com, or our online training catalogue at http://www.ecatts.com/websitePDFs/2012CourseCatalog.pdf.

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