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EOS 022: Health and Safety in the Arts

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Duration:
1 Hour
Course Purpose:
The purpose of this course is to provide necessary safety training to ensure that University employees and students who are instructing or involved in any discipline of fine arts understand that they have both a need and a right to know about the hazards and identities of the chemicals to which they are exposed and the necessary protective measures to prevent injury or illness.
Who Should Attend:
Required one-time for all University employees who are instructing or involved in any discipline of the arts.
Topics Covered:
  • Hazard communication/Right-to-Know regulation
  • Chemical labeling and labeling systems
  • Respiratory protection
  • Creating Art Safety - A Six Step Process Video
  • Art hazards
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Material safety data sheet (MSDS) meaning and use
  • Working safely in the arts
  • Housekeeping/cleanup
NEW! EH&S On-lineTraining!
EH&S is now offering this training class on-line through the Blackboard e-Education platform. Taking the class on-line provides the same "credit" that you get when you attend the "live" classroom version. The on-line version can also be used to review the course material after you have taken the live class, or to take the annual refresher class, when required. Instructions on enrolling are here: http://www.stonybrook.edu/ehs/training/
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