Online Course » Reactive Chemicals

Course Description:
Chemical reactions can be extremely hazardous if they are not thoroughly understood and controlled. When intentional or unintentional reactions get out of control, they can result in fires, explosions, or releases of toxic fumes or gases. This session shows how to safely manage reactive chemicals to prevent accidents.
Hours:
0.50
Certificates:
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