Indoor Air Quality Safety Training Videos
This training program on “Indoor Air Quality" discuss the health hazards that are associated with contaminated indoor air, the most common contaminants and where they come from, and what employees can do to help keep the air in their workplace clean and healthy.
This training video program on "Silica Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments" explain the hazards that are associated with silica dust, reviews the OSHA standards for industry and construction, and shows employees what they can do to protect themselves from silica dust on the job.
Indoor Air Quality - Most people are aware that outdoor air pollution can damage their health, but may not know that indoor air pollution can also have significant harmful effects. US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) studies of human exposure to air pollutants indicates that indoor levels of many pollutants may be 25 times and occasionally more than 100 times higher than outdoor levels.
Respiratory Training - Your organization will provide specific training, but this program is designed to give you some information about personal protection under adverse or hazardous conditions. We all know that chemicals and hazardous materials may have an adverse affect upon your health, but the effect may not show up for years later after repeated or long term exposure.
Most of us are familiar with large oil spills, hazardous waste, and materials and certainly we understand the need for clean air. This is perhaps EPAís major problem to solve. Clean air is easy to talk about, but difficult to control or make cleaner. Understanding the problem can go a long way in educating people about air quality and why itís so important. The Clean Air Act is the comprehensive Federal law that regulates air emissions from area, stationary, and mobile sources.