Petroleum Technician - ER06

Provider: Alaska West Training Center
Length: 3 Days
Cost: $500
Cost Unit: Cost of the entire program


Places: Fairbanks

This course is part of our Hazardous Materials Specialist series intended to address the specific chemical, physical, physiological effects of exposure to petroleum products. First aid, sources and levels of exposure, audible and visual signals, air monitoring, levels of personal protective equipment, respiratory fit testing, contingency planning and shipping requirements will be covered. Special emphasis will be on highway cargo tank response and recovery techniques

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