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New Safety Training Program, Flammable Liquids: Know Your Risk, Available in Online, DVD, and Streaming Video from Summit Training Source

February 26, 2014
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Almost every modern manufacturing production process uses flammable liquids, including fuels, solvents, cleaners, paints and adhesives. The possibility of a fire or explosion occurring from flammable liquid use makes these liquids extremely dangerous if not handled and stored properly. To help workers understand the danger and best practices, Summit Training Source has released its newest training program, Flammable Liquids: Know Your Risk, which teaches workers in all industries how to stay safe and prevent accidents when working with or around flammable liquids.

 According to experts, if the vapor from just a single gallon of gasoline ignites, it can have the same explosive force as 20 sticks of dynamite. Being careless around a flammable liquid can have devastating consequences. Summit’s new, engaging and comprehensive training program helps workers to identify how flammable a liquid is and how it should be handled, as well as the regulations for handling and storage of the four different flammable liquid categories. This course covers:

  • Flammable Liquids
  • Flammable Vapors
  • Ignition Sources
  • Best Work Practices

Summit was the first training producer to specialize in safety compliance training and to use adult learning theory with live, onsite footage, backed by personalized customer service. You can trust your training results to the original provider of EH&S safety training.

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