Ammonia is a commonly used product in industry that produces fertilizers, explosives , plastics and pharmaceuticals. Consumers use it as a household cleaner, a refrigerant, a cleaning and bleaching agent
Most of the ammonia in the environment comes from the natural breakdown of manure and dead plants and animals. It has a bad reputation for being a hazardous product, but is an essential element to plant, animal, and human life. In fact, it is a source of much needed nitrogen for plants and animals. The purpose of this course is to discuss these managable hazards of Ammonia including the means to protect yourself against them.
- Identification and Properties of Ammonia
- Handling and Storage of this chemical
- WHMIS Labeling and Classification
- Health and Safety Hazards
- Protecting Yourself from exposure
- Emergencies with Ammonia
About 30 minutes online
A mark of 80% must be achieved to receive a certificate of completion. You can try twice to pass to achieve certification
A certificate of completion will be available to download and print, A mark of 80% must be achieved. successfully achieved.
Computer Mode: This course will allow playback on most internet capable devices. This includes those with standard web browsing capabilities. Users can operate it with most smart phones and tablets with Android and Windows operating systems. Examples are Apple’s iTouch, iPad, and iPhone.