Civil, Environmental, Mechanical
E - 1145 - Safety Concerns in Coating and Painting Operations
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E – 1145 – Safety Concerns in Coating and Painting Operations
Intended Audience: civil, construction, structural, nuclear, and mechanical engineers
PDH UNITS: 2
1 STUDENTS ENROLLED
Explore how to identify and overcome the safety and health issues arising when workers are engaged in coating, painting, and surface preparation operations.
Learn from Dr. Rossow the best practices for worker safety during renovation and maintenance projects involving coating and painting in this online course. The course materials are based on the 10th chapter of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manual EM1110-2-3400, “Engineering and Design – Painting: New Construction and Maintenance”, which was released in April 1995.
At the conclusion of this course, you’ll be able to identify and discuss:
- Hazardous materials handling
- Abrasive blast-cleaning equipment
- Spray equipment
- Welding and cutting of coated steel
- Respiratory protection for toxic chemical control
- Confined space entry
- Storage of flammable liquids, work in confined spaces
- Toxic effects from exposure to chemicals in coating materials
- Ignition sources such as welding
- Production of toxic airborne contaminants through cutting operations
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