- PKR: ₨448
- EUR: €2
- GBP: £2
- INR: ₹163
- BDT: ৳ 211
- IRR: ﷼84,000
This course includes:
Badge on Completion
Certificate of completion
Lead is commonly used at many construction sites, particularly in demolition, salvage, removal, encapsulating, renovation and cleanup. The hazardous substance can pose a risk to workers if they are not properly protected. Exposure can take place in a number of ways – workers can inhale lead fumes or dust, or even ingest lead through contaminated hands. The hazard can follow the worker home by collecting on skin, clothes, hair, tools and vehicles.
- Use proper personal protective equipment, such as gloves and approved respirators.
- Wash hands and face after work and before eating.
- Never enter eating areas wearing PPE.
- Clothes and shoes worn during lead exposure should not be taken home from work.
- Launder clothing daily using proper cleaning methods.
- Be alert to symptoms of lead exposure, such as severe abdominal pain, headache and loss of motor coordination.
- When working outdoors, stand upwind of any plume.
- Use local exhaust ventilation for enclosed work areas.
- Whenever possible, use lead-free materials and chemicals.
- Use dust-collecting equipment and wet methods to decrease dust.
- Lead Exposure 00:50:00
- Potential for Exposure 00:30:00
- Standard on Lead 01:00:00
- Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) 00:40:00
- Assessing the Exposure Level 00:50:00
- Exposure Results 00:30:00
- Monitoring Requirements 01:00:00
- Written Compliance Programs 00:30:00
- Control Measures to Reduce Exposures 00:40:00
- Engineering Controls 00:20:00
- Housekeeping 00:15:00
- Personal Hygiene as Work Practice Controls 00:35:00
- Medical Surveillance 00:40:00
- Medical Removal 01:00:00
- Recordkeeping 00:30:00
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