New RedVector Industrial Course: Vinyl Chloride: Safe Handling & Storage

RedVector is happy to announce the launch of a brand new mobile-ready eLearning course!

RedVector eLearning Vinyl Chloride Safe Handling and StorageThis RedVector course will review the information required to safely handle vinyl chloride, a flammable chlorinated organic liquid that can exist as an odorless gas or pressurized liquid and is classed as a potential human carcinogen. Training will cover a variety of topics, including the production of vinyl chloride and its use in the poly vinyl chloride manufacturing process, applicable regulatory requirements, the physical and chemical properties of vinyl chloride, safe handling practices, potential exposure mechanisms, symptoms of exposure, the use of personal protective equipment, and the requirements for storage, handling, and transportation of vinyl chloride.

By the end of this RedVector course led by Jerry Steward, the current Chemical Safety Manager at the Baton Rouge Campus of Louisiana State University, students will be able to describe the dangers of vinyl chloride, identify how exposure to vinyl chloride can affect health, describe who is at risk to exposure, and explain how to reduce exposure to vinyl chloride.

RedVector is excited about the launch of this mobile-ready industrial course and has several other new courses coming soon. Be sure to follow our blog and check us out on Facebook and Twitter to stay up-to-speed on all the latest eLearning news and course launches!

For more information about this or other RedVector courses, contact our client support department today.

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