Online Course » Working Safely with Corrosives

Course Description:
Corrosives are hazardous materials that can cause serious health problems if you fail to take proper precautions. All corrosives share a common chemical property—they degrade other materials due to their aggressive nature. To prevent accidents and injuries, this training session shows employees know how to work safely with corrosives.
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0.50
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