National Jewish Health - SH-22304-11

Hazard Communication

Grantee Name: National Jewish Health Grant Number: SH-22304-11 Grant Year: 2011

The grantee worked with the Flavor and Extract Manufacturing Association to provide hazard communication training to hard-to-reach workers in the flavoring industry in California, Illinois, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. The training topic was respiratory hazards caused by exposures to flavoring chemicals. Training materials include PowerPoint presentations in English and Spanish.

Recognition and Control of Respiratory Hazards in the Flavoring Industry

Title Language Length Format File Size
Recognition and Control of Respiratory Hazards in the Flavoring Industry
Recognition and Control of Respiratory Hazards in the Flavoring Industry
English
62 slides
PPTX 7.03 MB
Reconocimiento y Control de los Riesgos Respiratorios en la Industria de los Saborizantes
Spanish
26 slides
PPTX 1.52 MB
Actividades de Capacitación
Spanish
63 slides
PPTX 9.87 MB

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