Chemical Storage and Handling

Learn how we can minimise the chances of hazardous chemical exposure and learn what to do in the case of an emergency.

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About this course

Being exposed to chemicals in the workplace can have health implications and so minimising those risks is essential. The Chemical Storage and Handling course covers how toxic chemicals can enter our body and how we can prevent this from happening.


After you have completed this course you will be able to minimise the chances of hazardous chemical exposure and identify the key safety information from a Safety Data Sheet.


For an immersive and detailed training solution on chemical storage and handling, look no further than this three part course.

What you'll learn with "Chemical Storage and Handling" course

  • Working Safely with Chemicals
  • Understanding Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Requirements
  • Safe Storage
  • Safe Transportation

"Chemical Storage and Handling" Content

  • Working Safely with Chemicals

    Learn how we can minimise the chances of hazardous chemical exposure and learn what to do in the case of an emergency.

    Lesson Excerpts

    • Always read the Safety Data Sheet before using any new chemical or process. It contains important safety information. We'll cover how to read and understand the SDS in a following lesson.

      Always read the Safety Data Sheet before using any new chemical or process. It contains important safety information. We'll cover how to read and understand the SDS in a following lesson.
    • Always wear the personal protective equipment as specified on the Safety Data Sheet

    • Preparing for Emergencies: Check in with your Site Manager to if you don't know where these are located.

  • Understanding Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Requirements

    Learn how to identify key safety key information from an SDS

    Lesson Excerpts

    • Always read the SDS! The SDS is split into 16 sections. The first eight sections contain general information and the last eight sections contain more technical and scientific information.

      Always read the SDS! The SDS is split into 16 sections. The first eight sections contain general information and the last eight sections contain more technical and scientific information.
    • All of these answers are correct. The Hazards Identification provides important information about working safety with this chemical.

      All of these answers are correct. The Hazards Identification provides important information about working safety with this chemical.
    • A Safety Data Sheet is split into # sections.

  • Safe Storage & Transportation

    Learn why it's important to keep chemicals safely stored away.

    Lesson Excerpts

    • Improper storage of chemicals

      Improper storage of chemicals
    • What's wrong with the way these chemicals are stored? Submit your response on the next slide...

      What's wrong with the way these chemicals are stored? Submit your response on the next slide...
    • Chemical storage areas and cabinets must be inspected and cleaned out every # months.

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