This training aims to equip individuals with the necessary understanding and measures to effectively manage silica-related risks in the workplace.

More specifically, it will provide participants with comprehensive knowledge about silica, including its definition, sources, and routes of entry into the body. It will cover the potential health effects, diseases associated with exposure, and contributing factors. Participants will also learn about the Threshold Limit Value (TLV) for silica, the silica code of practice, air monitoring techniques, hazard controls, and the importance of medical surveillance in ensuring their safety and health. (Formerly Marathon Gold)

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Languages : English (US)
Duration : 45 min.
Owner name: Calibre Mining (Formerly Marathon Gold)
This training is intended for employees and workers who must perform work where activities, such as crushing and grinding, drilling, hauling, and sweeping, can potentially cause silica to become airborne and contribute to exposure.
- To explain the properties and sources of silica and evaluate the pathways through which it can enter the human body. - To list the engineering and administrative controls used to mitigate the risks related to silica. - To apply all the work and hygiene practices. - To use the appropriate respirator based on silica concentration and Threshold Limit Values (TLV). - To describe Calibre Mining Medical Surveillance program.
Online learning (e-learning). This training includes: - Videos; - Gamification; - Interactive content; - Narration; - And much more!

Internet connection, speakers or computer headset required. Training duration is a general guideline and may vary from one person to another.