National Jewish Health - SH-23540-12

Nail Salon Industry Hazards

Grantee Name: National Jewish Health Grant Number: SH-23540-12 Grant Year: 2012

The grantee provided training on hazard communication and ergonomics to workers in the hair and nail salon industries in Colorado. Training topics include exposure recognition, health effects, and exposure control for chemical, ergonomic, and infectious disease hazards. Training materials include PowerPoint presentations, tests and handouts in English.

Hazard Awareness, Identification, Recognition, and Control for Cosmetologists

Title Language Length Format File Size
Hazard Awareness, Identification, Recognition, and Control for Cosmetologists
Hazard Awareness, Identification, Recognition, and Control for Cosmetologists
English
108 slides
PPTX 4.10 MB
Hazard Awareness, Identification, Recognition, and Control for Cosmetologists
English
108 slides
PPT 5.38 MB
Quiz Bowl
English
31 slides
PPTX 827.97 KB
Quiz Bowl
English
31 slides
PPT 1.48 MB
Activity Instructions
English
2 pages
PDF 195.75 KB
Post Test
English
2 slides
PDF 223.98 KB
Post Test Key
English
2 pages
PDF 418.42 KB
Trainee Handout
English
2 pages
PDF 295.55 KB
Training Instructions
English
2 pages
PDF 220.45 KB

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