Weatherization Basics
Lead Safe Weatherization
Environmental Hazards

Environmental Hazards Overview

Hazard Communications Overview

Respiratory Hazards: Asbestos

Respiratory Hazards: Fiberglass

Respiratory Hazards: Radon

Mold and Moisture

Personal Protective Equipment for Environmental Hazards
Job Safety for Weatherization
Essential Customer Service
Construction Basics
Building Performance Institute Inc.

Hazard Communications Overview

Hazard Communication standards require all employers to provide information to their employees about the hazardous substances to which they may be exposed. In this lesson, Susan Raterman, CIH, explains the basic procedures required by a hazard communications program, including the correct way to interpret warning labels and read Material Safety Data Sheets.

At the conclusion of this lesson, students will be able to:

  • Identify materials that are considered to be hazardous
  • Read a product label and learn about the materials weatherization workers will be handling
  • Read a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) and understand how to better work with a hazardous material

(If you are an employer) Create a safe and compliant workplace for weatherization workers

Watch our example videos for this lesson by clicking on the link(s) below:
Hazard Communications Overview

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