Nitrogen Safety Awareness – New RedVector Course Launch

RedVector is at it again with another new course titled Nitrogen Safety Awareness!

Nitrogen is used daily in the workplace without incident. However, serious incidents including fatalities can occur when nitrogen is present in a work environment, such as a confined space, and employees enter without awareness of the potential hazard. This RedVector course will teach you how to recognize hazards and take corrective action to protect yourself and others.

Nitrogen Safety Awareness eLearning Course RedVector

RedVector has teamed up with Certified Safety Professional Jon Wallace to produce this one-hour, mobile-ready eLearning course.  Mr. Wallace has worked with RedVector on several courses in the past and has other exciting topics in the works.  Jon Wallace has over two decades of safety experience and is nationally recognized in the area of occupational safety.

By the end of this course, students will be able to identify the characteristics of nitrogen, list the potential hazards of nitrogen, detect a nitrogen enriched atmosphere, and demonstrate proper handling/storage practices for nitrogen cylinders.

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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