new redvector course launch: hydrogen fluoride safety

RedVector is happy to announce the launch of our brand new eLearning course, Hydrogen Fluoride Safety.  This hour-long course is led by Certified Safety Professional Jon Wallace.  Mr. Wallace has authored several courses for RedVector and has over two decades of safety experience.

RedVector Hydrogen Fluoride Safety

Hydrogen Fluoride acid is used throughout industry every day, and in most cases, without ill affect.  However, it’s important to talk about the potential hazards of hydrogen fluoride acid as well as the safe work practices when working with or handling it. This course will introduce and describe the characteristics and uses of hydrogen fluoride, discuss the signs, symptoms, and health effects of hydrogen fluoride, and cover safe work practices and first aid procedures.

By the end of this RedVector course, students will be able to identify the potential hazards of hydrogen fluoride, recall safe work precautions, list employee training requirements, name the proper personal protective equipment, PPE, for hydrogen fluoride, and anticipate first aid measures in the event of a hydrogen fluoride incident.

RedVector is the leader in online education and training, offering over 2000 courses for professionals.  We are excited to offer this newest course and have many other exciting courses launching 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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