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Terry Cirone
VP, Safety
TerryCirone@isri.org
(202) 662-8500

Hazard recognition is an important element in the reduction of risk in your business. Learning to recognize and correct hazards helps to create safer workplaces.

Hazard Recognition in Recycling Training Course

SafetyStandDownAtlasISRI developed a day-long training course on hazard recognition in recycling to address ways to see or recognize hazards before they become incidents. This training will focus on high-risk areas found in the recycling industry. This comprehensive training course is includes:

  • how to do a PPE hazard assessment;
  • how to recognize the hazards of and safely work around mobile equipment;
  • the importance of proper PPE and an understanding of the importance of the control of hazardous energy (LOTO);
  • good housekeeping practices;
  • recognizing fire hazards; and
  • hazard communication programs.

Workers receiving this training will benefit by obtaining a greater awareness of hazards and how to recognize them on their job site. In addition, they will learn how to create a PPE hazard assessment and how to prevent injury through hazard recognition. Employers will benefit by a lower prevalence of job-related injury, allowing for a more productive workforce.

This training is being offered regionally to both ISRI and non-ISRI members. It is offered free-of-charge thanks to the generosity of an OSHA Susan Harwood Grant. All levels of scrap recycling company employees are encouraged to attend.

Schedule your training today by contacting Elly Torabian.

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This material was produced under grant number SH-29653-SH6 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.

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Testimonials

" Great class! This should be required attendance for all recycling facility managers and supervisors."

" The best safety course I have attended to date."

" I appreciated the presentation and group ideas for things we can implement at our facility. "

" Participants seemed to enjoy and stay interactive throughout the course. "

" The course is a thorough training and good for all operations personnel and safety managers."