News Flash:  A new method is under study to regenerate lost heart muscle tissue due to heart-attacks.  This utilizes a scaffold on Carbon Nanotubes.  Combined with STEM cells, new heart muscle can be grown.  See the article "A Nanotube Patch to Help Heal the Heart"

Hazardous Materials I and II Learning Module

This safety module includes the Hazardous Materials I and II Learning Modules.

These modules provide some of the content information needed to safely work with and around hazardous materials. Hazardous Materials (HazMat) I provides information on the federal regulations for HazMat training and
discusses the characteristics of chemicals that create physical hazards such as explosions and violent reactions.

Hazardous Materials II covers the characteristics of chemicals that are considered health hazards. It also covers how chemicals can enter the body and what one can do to prevent toxic exposure. Both of these units should
be studied prior to working in a MEMS fabrication facility.

The Participant Guides are available to the general public.  The Instructor Guides and supporting presentations are available to registered users.

Documents

Order by : Name | Date | Hits [ Descendent ]

Hazardous Materials Participant Guide Hazardous Materials Participant Guide

hot!
Date added: 02/11/2010
Date modified: 01/07/2014
Filesize: 1.88 MB
Downloads: 1601

Hazardous Materials I and II Learning Module - Participant (student) Guide

This unit provides some of the content information needed to safely work with and around hazardous materials. Hazardous Materials (HazMat) I provides information on the federal regulations for HazMat training and discusses the characteristics of chemicals that create physical hazards such as explosions and violent reactions.

Hazardous Materials II covers the characteristics of chemicals that are considered health hazards. It also covers how chemicals can enter the body and what one can do to prevent toxic exposure. Both of these units should be studied prior to working in a MEMS fabrication facility.

Latest revision: July 2011

Footer

Copyright © 2014 SCME. All Rights Reserved.
Joomla! is Free Software released under the GNU General Public License.