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10 Chemical Safety Training Courses

We’ve gathered 10 chemical safety training courses that tackle the necessary knowledge in chemical risk assessment and safety handling. These courses enable the employees to take precautionary steps to prevent accidents and know what to do in emergencies.

Chemical Safety Training Courses
Last published: 7th May 2024
Chemical Safety Training - SC Training (formerly EdApp)'s Chemical Storage and Handling

1. Chemical Storage and Handling

To ensure that the employees aren’t exposed to hazardous chemicals, proper storage and handling is a must. SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Chemical Storage and Handling course will guide you through different safe storage techniques and the transport of chemicals. It highlights how to minimize the chances of exposure to toxic chemicals and what to do in an emergency. This course also introduces a safety data sheet, which includes the proper procedures when working with substances.

With only 3 microlessons, it is a quick and effective way to train your team. The course is hosted by SC Training (formerly EdApp), a mobile learning platform that enables learners to take their courses on the go. Courses are flexible meaning you can complete them anytime at your own pace.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Certificate: Available (Proof of learning)

Scope: Safe storage and transportation, Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Requirements

Created By SC Training (formerly EdApp)

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Chemical Safety Training - SC Training (formerly EdApp)'s Toxic Chemicals

2. Toxic Chemicals

Working with toxic chemicals sounds daunting – especially when you don’t know much about it. But, with SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Toxic Chemicals course, your employee’s apprehension will fade once they’re aware of the compounds they’re dealing with. This course will help you understand the types of toxins and what level of exposure will cause different responses. It also discusses the different types of  PPE recommended for hazardous chemicals. To add to that, workplace exposure standards are also explained to raise awareness for the safety of the employees. This course has four lessons with short refresher quizzes at the end.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Certificate: Available (Proof of learning)

Scope: Dose-response relationship, types of toxins, routes of exposure, workplace exposure standards

Created by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

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Chemical Safety Training - Hazardous Chemical Safety Training

3. Hazardous Chemical Safety Training

The Hazardous Chemical Safety Training by Safetyhub contains lessons about how chemicals enter our body, their dose and hazards. Additionally, physical hazards such as fire, explosions, and environmental pollution are included in this course. You will also learn the proper storage and handling methods of chemicals to avoid accidents. This course has a safety training video and an assessment at the end of the lessons. They also offer a facilitator's guide that contains a video transcript, exercises, and a multiple-choice assessment questionnaire.

Cost: Free trial

Certificate: Available

Scope: Dose and hazards, fire & explosion, environmental pollution, storage

Created by Safetyhub

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Chemical Safety Training - Laboratory Safety

4. Laboratory Safety

eSafety’s Laboratory Safety course outlines the hazards of harmful chemicals and their proper handling to avoid accidents. The course content includes chemical risks in the laboratory, physical hazards, chemical routes of entry, PPE, ventilation, storage, and emergency procedures. It will take you 30 minutes to finish the entire course.

Cost: Paid (get a free quote for your organization)

Certificate: Not Available

Scope: Chemical hazards, health hazards, chemical routes of entry, hazard communication, protecting clothing and equipment, storage & waste, chemical spills, emergency procedures

Created by eSafety

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Chemical Safety Training - SC Training (formerly EdApp)'s Hazard Communication

5. Hazard Communication

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s Hazard Communication course by Max Lukins has everything you need to know about chemical hazards, whether it is a physical or health hazard. This course will walk you through the different danger signs you may see on a label and their meanings. When labels are understood, the chances of accidents decrease, making it safer for the employees. 

SC Training (formerly EdApp)’s engaging courses are completely editable so trainers can customize the content according to their needs. In-app branding is also available to give the course templates a personal touch.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Certificate: Available (Proof of learning)

Scope: Basics of hazard communication

Created by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

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Chemical Safety Training - Chemical Safety

6. Chemical Safety

The University of British Columbia’s Chemical Safety course revolves around the legislative guidelines of workplace hazardous materials and the transportation of dangerous goods regulations. To ensure employee safety, best practices such as handling, storage, emergency procedures, and general safety are included. This course has six modules with a 15-minute duration and a quiz at the end. 

Cost: Paid enrollment

Certificate: Available

Scope: Legislative guidelines, general safety, storage, handling, emergency procedures

Created by UBC

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Chemical Safety Training - Chemical Safety; Process Safety Management

7. Chemical Safety; Process Safety Management

Alison’s Process Safety Management course contains several case studies about historical industrial disasters such as the Flixborough disaster, Chernobyl nuclear disaster, and Bhopal gas tragedy. Through these past incidents, the course discusses nuclear radiation and safety when it comes to events like earthquakes. Process safety management and personal protective equipment are mentioned in the lessons as necessary measures for safety procedure compliance. There are 3 modules in this course with 15 lessons that can be accomplished in 4-5 hours.

Cost: Free

Certificate: Available

Scope: Case studies, nuclear radiation, safety

Created by Alison

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Chemical Safety Training - Cleaning Chemicals

8. Cleaning Chemicals

Working with chemicals is not only limited to laboratories. It’s also found in general labor, such as in cleaning. Every industry with physical sites has its maintenance staff handle cleaning chemicals daily and TPC’s Cleaning Chemicals course is a good guide to training your employees. It will guide you through the proper use of cleaning chemicals such as solvents, soaps, disinfectants, and detergents. This course has 5 lessons that you can take online.

Cost: $57 USD

Certificate: Available

Scope: Chemical safety, cleaning agents, disinfectants

Created by TPC

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Chemical Safety Training - Hazard Communication

9. Hazard Communication

Hazard Communication by eSafety covers the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s regulations on hazard awareness involving chemicals. The course mainly discusses hazard classification, labeling, and the datasheets for safety procedures when handling chemicals. This course is divided into 2 parts, the first part being the general information about chemical hazards, and the second being the solutions and safety measures. It will take you 50 minutes in total to complete the course.

Cost: Paid (get a free quote for your organization)

Certificate: Available

Scope: Hazard classification, health hazard, labeling, safety data sheets, handling & storage

Created by eSafety

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Chemical Safety Training - SC Training (formerly EdApp)'s Globally Harmonized System

10. Globally Harmonized System

Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals is a standardized approach to hazard communication and classifying hazards. It is recognized by the United Nations and is adopted by international organizations to use in their official safety measures. This course also tackles the components of the safety data sheet (SDS), which is an inspection instrument. There are 4 lessons in this course that you can complete anytime. A Rapid Refresh quiz is also included in each lesson to assess and reinforce the learner’s knowledge.

Cost: Free (up to 10 users)

Certificate: Available (Proof of learning)

Scope: Application & implementation, hazard classification, hazard communication

Created by SC Training (formerly EdApp)

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Ensure the safety of your team with chemical safety training

Different industries require handling chemicals at different hazard levels. With improper handling, employees may accidentally ingest or come in contact with toxic chemicals that can compromise their health and safety. If an accident occurs, operations may be disrupted to take care of the injured employee. You will also need to thoroughly clean the site to mitigate any risk of another accident. To avoid this, managers and supervisors must ensure proper training is given to employees. This is for them to know the proper equipment and techniques to prevent accidents and how to respond properly in emergency situations.

And the best part? Your team can complete courses anytime, anywhere, on any device.

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