|Grantee Name: International Union of Operating Engineers||Grant Number: 46C6-HT16||Grant Year: 2005|
The grantee developed training that addresses a wide range of hazards that may be encountered by workers, supervisors, and employers involved in disaster response and clean-up activities. Topics include air monitoring, mold awareness, radiation hazards, HAZWOPER, and respiratory protection. Training materials consist of PowerPoint presentations and a lesson plan.
|Disaster Orientation Training|
|4-Hour Disaster Orientation||114 slides||PPT*||13.2 MB|
|Air Monitoring||35 slides||PPT*||306 KB|
|Asbestos Awareness||61 slides||PPT*||360 KB|
|Bloodborne Pathogens||34 slides||PPT*||662 KB|
|Confined Space||41 slides||PPT*||3.9 MB|
|Crane Safety||56 slides||PPT*||10.6 MB|
|Electrical||73 slides||PPT*||3.0 MB|
|Excavations||43 slides||PPT*||3.7 MB|
|Government Regulations||43 slides||PPT*||707 KB|
|Hazard Communication||26 slides||PPT*||281 KB|
|Hazard Control||40 slides||PPT*||2.0 MB|
|HAZWOPER Decontamination||49 slides||PPT*||3.7 MB|
|HAZWOPER Emergency Response||40 slides||PPT*||442 KB|
|HAZWOPER Incident Command||25 slides||PPT*||203 KB|
|HAZWOPER Medical Surveillance||29 slides||PPT*||569 KB|
|Heat & Cold Stress||34 slides||PPT*||191 KB|
|Lead Abatement||52 slides||PPT*||300 KB|
|Materials Handling||54 slides||PPT*||502 KB|
|Mold Awareness||48 slides||PPT*||7.3 MB|
|Personal Protective Equipment||158 slides||PPT*||3.5 MB|
|Radiation Basics||44 slides||PPT*||443 KB|
|Respiratory Protection||94 slides||PPT*||249 KB|
|Scaffold Safety||55 slides||PPT*||7.9 MB|
|Signs, Signals, Barricades||11 slides||PPT*||1.6 MB|
|Stairways & Ladders||35 slides||PPT*||234 KB|
|Tool Safety||42 slides||PPT*||813 KB|
|Toxicology||15 slides||PPT*||186 KB|
|Understanding MSDS||56 slides||PPT*||306 KB|
|4-Hour Disaster Orientation Lesson Plan||2 pages||PDF*||58 KB|
|Confined Space Flow Chart||1 page||PDF*||17 KB|
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