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Application by dipping or pouring, open handling of hot or warm chemical formulations (≥ 40°C), cleaning and waste   - 024

Training programme - duration approx. 75 minutes

In this web-based training (self-learning programme) we teach the following topics:

Module 1 - Basic Training

  • What are diisocyanates?
  • Product labels and safety data sheets
  • Operating instructions
  • Hazards when handling diisocyanates
  • Chemistry of the diisocyanates
  • How you can be exposed
  • Smell is not a reliable indicator of danger
  • Sensitisation
  • Ventilation
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Hygiene
  • Risks and applications
  • Behaviour and safety
  • Emergency measures
  • Change management
  • Disposal of packaging
  • Assessment of safety instructions
  • National regulations and codes

Module 2 - Dipping or pouring

  • Specific risks: Diving and casting
  • Safety culture
  • Do's and Don'ts Examples
  • Maintenance and repair
  • Change Management

Module 3 - Handling hot or warm chemical formulations (≥ 40°C)

  • Introduction
  • Risks in relation to the application
  • Local venting
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Cross-contamination
  • Safe behaviour in the workplace
  • Emergency measures
  • Regular assessment of safety instructions
  • Maintenance and repair
  • Change Management

Module 4 - Cleaning and waste

  • Introduction
  • Special risks: Spraying outside a spray booth
  • Personal protective equipment for cleaning
  • Typical situations for cleaning
  • Removal of spilled liquids
  • Typical situations for waste
  • Emergency measures
  • First aid in case of contact with diisocyanates
  • Decontamination of drums and IBCs
  • Risks in relation to the process

This self-study programme concludes with a quiz. After you have viewed all modules in full and passed the quiz, you will receive a certificate to download as a PDF and print out.

Note: Please ensure you view all modules in full to access the quiz.

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