Byron T. Bernard
Master of Cannabis (double-certified) - Director, The Cannabis Industry
About the course
Eye and face protection must be provided whenever necessary to protect against chemical, environmental, and radiological hazards or mechanical irritants. Ensuring your safety and the safety of those around you includes conducting a workplace hazard assessment and adequate training for all workers who require eye and face protection.
After our Eye Safety training, you will understand the basics of eye protection on the job, be able to identify the potential work activities that can cause eye injury, and know-how to prevent those injuries. You will also learn about the use, maintenance, and inspection of protective eye-wear as well as proper first aid for eye emergencies in the workplace.
You will discover the risks and hazards.
You will explore how to protect yourself from accidents.
You will learn how to identify risk and manage safety.
You will master emergency procedures.
Eye Safety Workplace.
Workplace Eye Injuries Are Very Common
Video: Interactive Training
Resource: eBook Guide
Assessment: Quiz Activity
Display: Digital Certificate