Virtual Training - Health, Safety, and Professional Excellence

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Thursday, July 8, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM (CDT)
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Event Details

This 2.5-hour course is designed to teach learners about the responsibilities of employers and workers for safety on the job, how to minimize the risk of illness or infection from job-related exposure, and how to approach the position of portable sanitation professional for maximum success. You will learn how to:

  • Identify and describe the required personal protective equipment for service technicians and when/how it should be worn
  • Outline and explain the proper procedures for materials handling, spill containment, and accident/incident management that may occur on the job
  • Name the infectious diseases that are potential risks for portable sanitation technicians and how to reduce the risk of contracting them
  • Understand the record-keeping protocols that pertain to most portable sanitation operations
  • Give examples of professional demeanor and conduct in a variety of scenarios

For More Information:

Emily Newberg
Emily Newberg
Director of Membership and Credentialing Portable Sanitation Association International (952)854-8300