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Industrial Coating Application (ICA) Module 1: Safety Codes, Practices & Standards

Product Number: ICA_Mod1
$375.00
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Course Description:

Learn general safety guidelines, whether you're working in the field or shop environments in the coatings industry. Get familiarized with recognized safe work practices based on industry standards.

Length: 18 hours

Exam: Upon successful completion of the end of module assessment, students will receive a printable certificate of completion and 18 PDHs.

L1: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & Hearing Conservation

  • Identify common types of PPE and recognize common hazards that require the use of PPE
  • Describe the relationship between decibel level, time, and hearing loss
  • Differentiate between engineering controls and PPE

L2: Fall Protection

  • Identify components of a fall arrest system
  • Explain criteria for using, inspecting, and replacing fall protection equipment

L3: Working from Scaffolds and Ladders

  • Identify guidelines for selecting, inspecting, and using ladders and scaffolds
  • Describe potential hazards and recognize best practices for minimizing or avoiding hazards when working on scaffolds and ladders

L4: Aerial Lifts

  • Identify the types of aerial lifts and the safety requirements for each type
  • Describe the steps and criteria for a prestart inspection
  • Recognize potential hazards and safe practices related to the use and operation of aerial lifts

L5 Confined Space and Ventilation

  • Identify hazards found naturally in confined space and those created by surface preparation and coating applications
  • Recall the following terms: negative and positive pressure, air changes, and deadspots
  • Describe the role and responsibilities of the entry attendant

L6: Lock Out Tag Out

  • Describe the purpose and procedures of lock out/tag out and recognize potential energy sources

L7: HAZCOM and Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

  • Define the components of a hazard communication plan
  • Explain the purpose of Safety Data Sheets and describe each of the 16 sections within
  • Recognize HAZCOM pictograms and identify the components of product labels

L8: Electrical Grounding Requirements and Working with Hand and Power Tools

  • State general hazards associated with the use of tools and the safety practices which protect against them
  • Explain the importance of electrical grounding and the proper use of extension cords

L9: Selection and Use of Respiratory Protection

  • Recognize conditions the necessitate the use of respirators and the criteria for selection
  • Identify classes of respirations along with their advantages and limitations
  • Describe the requirements for respirator use, maintenance, and care

L10: Avoiding Heat and Cold Related Injury

  • Define heat stress, heat stroke, hypothermia, and frostbite, and symptoms for each
  • Determine a course of action for heat and cold related injuries

L11: Surface Prep and Application Safety

  • Identify potentials hazards associated with abrasive blasting, high pressure lines, paint injection injury, worn lines, and improperly connect equipment and the safety practices which protect against them

L12: Heavy Metals and Environmental Waste Minimization

  • Identify heavy metals that are hazardous, methods of waste minimization, and components of a containment system
  • Define hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams and VOCs and the potential sources

Note: Online courses are only available to NACE Members and registered customers.  If you purchase an online course, please log-in using your NACE profile to ensure your purchase and NACE Login are linked.  If you are not currently a member or registered customer, NACE International will automatically create a profile for you.  Details of your registration and instructions to view your online course will be sent to you after purchase.

Course Description:

Learn general safety guidelines, whether you're working in the field or shop environments in the coatings industry. Get familiarized with recognized safe work practices based on industry standards.

Length: 18 hours

Exam: Upon successful completion of the end of module assessment, students will receive a printable certificate of completion and 18 PDHs.

L1: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) & Hearing Conservation

  • Identify common types of PPE and recognize common hazards that require the use of PPE
  • Describe the relationship between decibel level, time, and hearing loss
  • Differentiate between engineering controls and PPE

L2: Fall Protection

  • Identify components of a fall arrest system
  • Explain criteria for using, inspecting, and replacing fall protection equipment

L3: Working from Scaffolds and Ladders

  • Identify guidelines for selecting, inspecting, and using ladders and scaffolds
  • Describe potential hazards and recognize best practices for minimizing or avoiding hazards when working on scaffolds and ladders

L4: Aerial Lifts

  • Identify the types of aerial lifts and the safety requirements for each type
  • Describe the steps and criteria for a prestart inspection
  • Recognize potential hazards and safe practices related to the use and operation of aerial lifts

L5 Confined Space and Ventilation

  • Identify hazards found naturally in confined space and those created by surface preparation and coating applications
  • Recall the following terms: negative and positive pressure, air changes, and deadspots
  • Describe the role and responsibilities of the entry attendant

L6: Lock Out Tag Out

  • Describe the purpose and procedures of lock out/tag out and recognize potential energy sources

L7: HAZCOM and Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

  • Define the components of a hazard communication plan
  • Explain the purpose of Safety Data Sheets and describe each of the 16 sections within
  • Recognize HAZCOM pictograms and identify the components of product labels

L8: Electrical Grounding Requirements and Working with Hand and Power Tools

  • State general hazards associated with the use of tools and the safety practices which protect against them
  • Explain the importance of electrical grounding and the proper use of extension cords

L9: Selection and Use of Respiratory Protection

  • Recognize conditions the necessitate the use of respirators and the criteria for selection
  • Identify classes of respirations along with their advantages and limitations
  • Describe the requirements for respirator use, maintenance, and care

L10: Avoiding Heat and Cold Related Injury

  • Define heat stress, heat stroke, hypothermia, and frostbite, and symptoms for each
  • Determine a course of action for heat and cold related injuries

L11: Surface Prep and Application Safety

  • Identify potentials hazards associated with abrasive blasting, high pressure lines, paint injection injury, worn lines, and improperly connect equipment and the safety practices which protect against them

L12: Heavy Metals and Environmental Waste Minimization

  • Identify heavy metals that are hazardous, methods of waste minimization, and components of a containment system
  • Define hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams and VOCs and the potential sources
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