With its realistic and relevant presentation, Safe Chemical Handling for Lifeguards and Pool Operators will educate and prepare your staff to implement safe chemical handling practices at your aquatic facility. The only chemical safety training program specific to the aquatic industry, Safe Chemical Handling for Lifeguards and Pool Operators gives your staff the information they require regarding the hazards of chemical exposure, detecting the presence of harmful chemicals, and protecting themselves from harm. Safe chemical handling practices covered include storage and labeling of chemicals, how to read material safety data sheets, action steps for safe cleanup of small spills, and procedures to follow during a large spill emergency.
Ideal for group training sessions or new employee orientation, Safe Chemical Handling for Lifeguards and Pool Operators assists you in coordinating and standardizing training and information within your own facility and across multisite pool workplaces. This complete compliance kit provides everything you need in order to perform annual OSHA training:
- An informative 12-minute training DVD that appeals to today’s lifeguards and pool operators
- A training facilitator script to assist you in conducting effective training sessions
- Reproducible student handouts containing important right-to-know hazard communication information
- A quiz to confirm knowledge of hazard safety
- Certificate template and training record forms to document training compliance
- A compliance checklist and template to assist you in customizing your OSHA Hazard Communication Plan
- Reproducible posters, forms, and sources for material safety data sheets and personal protective equipment to help you monitor your compliance to OSHA regulations
Also included with the DVD is a pocket-sized Safe Chemical Handling for Lifeguards and Pool Operators book. This handy guide for poolside reference reinforces concepts presented in the training program. The handbook also presents four actual case studies in which lifeguards or pool operators mishandled chemicals.