Who Should Take This Course?
This Lead Awareness for General Industry course will provide students with general awareness regarding lead, including lead hazards, lead exposure prevention, and OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1025. Students will also learn about lead recognition and uses, how workers are exposed to lead, the health effects of lead exposure, avoidance of lead hazards, and OSHA compliance methods.
The course focuses on the OSHA Standard for General Industry 29 CFR 1910.1025, but the training also applies to the Shipyard Industry which has identical requirements in 29 CFR 1915.1025. This course is not intended for the Construction Industry or workers who may be exposed to lead through site renovation, lead abatement activities, or lead dust sampling.
OSHA regulations require annual lead awareness training. This course can be taken as either Initial or Refresher training.
Designed by Certified Outreach Trainers, this Online Lead course features interactive training, and combines audio and visual elements for maximum retention. The course is available 24/7 and is completed entirely online. A downloadable student manual including the course material is provided for student reference and note-taking. For your convenience, the course can be completed over time, and your progress will be saved to the last section completed. We are so certain you will be satisfied with your experience, that we offer a 100% Money Back Guarantee*.
Once the course is completed, you will immediately be able to download, save or print your Course Completion Certificate which is provided in PDF format. We also offer the option to be mailed a PVC credit card style Wallet ID Card with optional photo, showing training course completion. If selected during enrollment, this ID Card option costs an additional $5.00, and the card will be mailed within 24 hours of course completion.
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The objective of this Lead course is provide students with a general awareness of lead, lead hazards, where lead is commonly found, and lead protection. The requirements for OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1025 will also be introduced.
After completing this course, the student should be able to:
- Describe lead and related definitions
- Explain where lead is commonly used
- Identify how lead exposure occurs
- Understand the health hazards of lead exposure
- Describe methods for lead exposure prevention
- Understand OSHA compliance methods for lead exposure prevention
This Lead Awareness course consists of 3 sections, which are fully narrated and interactive. Quiz questions within each section help the student retain the knowledge needed for the final exam.
||Introduction to Lead
||Methods of Compliance
- The final exam for this course consists of 10 questions, which are randomly compiled from a large pool of possible questions.
- A 70% or better score is needed in order to pass the final exam. If a student does not pass, they may re-review information in the sections as necessary, and retake the test as many times as needed in order to pass.
This course was designed by Certified Outreach Trainers.
Once the course is completed within our Online Training System (OTS), you will immediately be able to download, save or print your Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness H2S Certificate of Course Completion which is provided in PDF format. We also offer the option to be mailed a PVC credit card style Wallet ID Card with optional photo, showing training course completion. If selected during enrollment, this ID Card option costs an additional $5.00, and the card will be mailed within 24 hours of course completion.
For additional information on Lead, please visit OSHA’s webpage which goes into more depth about the OSHA Standards, the health effects of lead, as well as lead exposure and controls.
Please note that this safety course provides valuable Lead Awareness training information which applies to the general population of workers who may be exposed to Lead. This course is not meant to replace company-specific training provided by your employer on equipment use and procedures for your particular work environment. You must be trained by your employer on the hazards, equipment, engineering and administrative controls, safe work practices and emergency plans specific to your role and workplace.
In ALL situations, employers are required to ensure their employees are adequately trained to do their job.