|Grantee Name: New Jersey Work Environment Council||Grant Number: SH-17813-08||Grant Year: 2008|
The grantee presented a series of Process Safety Management (PSM) training courses for employees, members of safety and health committees, and union and management officials from New Jersey facilities covered by OSHA’s PSM standard. Training materials include a PSM booklet, compliance checklist, and curriculum.
|Preventing Chemical Accidents|
|1. Introduction to Process Safety Management||66 pages||DOC*||1.0 MB|
|2. Introduction to Process Hazard Analysis||30 pages||DOC*||711 KB|
|3. Developing an Effective Hot Work Program||25 pages||DOC*||708 KB|
|4. Mechanical Integrity: Preventing Maintenance Breakdowns||34 pages||DOC*||1.1 MB|
|5. Understanding MSDS's & Assessing Chemical Hazards||46 pages||DOC*||3.3 KB|
|6. Electrical Hazards: Safe Lockout/Tagout Procedures||28 pages||DOC*||1.3 MB|
|7. Systems of Safety||32 pages||DOC*||773 KB|
|8. Managing Process Changes||24 pages||DOC*||756 KB|
|9. Hazard Mapping||24 pages||DOC*||1.1 MB|
|10. Employee Participation||16 pages||DOC*||848 KB|
|11. Effective Safety and Health Committees||80 pages||DOC*||11.4 MB|
|12. Understanding New Jersey's Inherently Safer Technology Rule||24 pages||DOC*||735 KB|
|Process Safety Management versus Toxic Catastrophe Prevention Act||9 pages||DOC*||94 KB|
|Compliance Checklist||7 pages||PDF*||58 KB|
|PSM Booklet||10 pages||PDF*||872 KB|
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