Hazardous Material Handling certificate Course

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Hazardous material handling (HAZMAT) is a course that has been designed to introduce and effectively educate participants on how to properly deal with all the materials or substances that pose a danger to life, property, or the environment if improperly stored, shipped or handled. Working environment includes a number of hazardous materials, and in order to minimize the risk of hazardous materials, personnel should know how to recognize the presence of hazardous material, and understand the requirements of transporting HAZMAT materials as per the international and local standards. A recognized international standard is the (Department of Transportation) DOT. The (National Fire Protection Association) NFPA is another recognized international standard. The course will also cover the proper procedures on how to properly store the hazard-ous materials and further extract the information from the Safety Data Sheet (SDS). The course will also highlight methods and procedures on how to control a spill in case of occurrence and proper steps in evacuation and emergency response.We are glad to welcome you to the website of PRIT Private Limited.Professional Revolutionary Institute of Technology Private Limited is approved and accredited by the numerous International & national Diploma, Qualification & Certification awarding bodies.We are the Pioneer organization which is issuing Same Certificate/Diploma in five languages English, French, Chinese, Arabic & Urdu.(This is only applicable on PRIT Qualifications).International and Other organization’s certificates will be in English.A good thing is that anyone can apply for admission from any part of the world.

Course Outline:
• Introduction
• Recognize hazardous materials
• Personnel assessments in analyzing incidents and accidents
• Facility and transportation marking.
• UN Hazard classes
• DOT Hazard classes & divisions.
• NFPA 704 system
• Container shapes and storing chemicals
• Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
• Shipping papers & safety data sheet (SDS).
• Emergency response.
• Spill response
• Protective actions.
• Using spill kits