Aug 15, 2022
CPI 245 - Environmental Health, & Safety in Chemical Process IndustryCredits: 3
Requires that the student has already earned a technical associate, bachelor or greater degree; military experience; over 8000 hours industrial experience; or a journeyman's card. Reviews the environmental health and safety procedures and standards in the chemical process industry.
Prerequisite(s): Instructor permission required
Lecture Hours: 30 Lab Hours: 15
Meets MTA Requirement: None
Outcomes and Objectives
- Identify organizational definitions and structure.
- List organizational definitions and structure.
- OSHA as an organization and resource.
- Environmental Health & Safety fundamentals.
- RCRA and EPA
- Understand industry standards and safety culture within industry.
- Describe industry standards and safety culture as it applies to the following:
- First Responder Training.
- Hazardous Communication within shipping, plant operations, MSDS awareness and interpretation, and NFPA and engineering standards.
- confined space.
- Lock Out/Tag Out
- Hot work.
- Flammable and comobustible liquids.
- Electrical safety.
- Fire extinguishers and fire codes.
- Dust explosion safety and prevention.
- Risk assessmetn.
- Safety committees.
- Explain issues pertaining to process operators.
- Complete individual training modules pertaining to process operators.
- Respirators and inhalation hazards.
- Personal protection equipment
- Hand and power tool safety.
- Eye and face protection.
- Back safety.
- Fall protection.
- Ladder safety.
- Powered industrial trucks.
- Coping with shiftwork.
- Nitrogen safety and awareness.
- Apply practical application of safety and environmental practices.
- Perform Lock Out/Tag Out exercises.
- Demonstrate vessel entry/confined space.
- Demonstrate proper use of electrical equipment.
- Apply knowledge of hand tool use.
- Demonstrate proper donning of Personal protection equipment donning and equipment care.
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