All of our resources can be customized to fit the needs, experience and culture of your organization. Here are a couple examples of projects either underway or already completed with other clients.
Site Chlorosilane Handling training
JAG Safety Consulting LLC has developed a training program for employees handling chlorosilanes. It has been designed to include product specific training for the employees handling and working near the material. Typical agenda items include:
Typical storage and transportation containers and their characteristics
Chlorosilane Chemistry basics, and the hazards associated with the potential chemical reactions
Reviewing typical types and detection of chlorosilane emergencies
Vapor cloud formation and mitigation
Spill and Fire response guidelines
Post emergency clean-up and Neutralization
General response and handling Personal Protective Equipment
The course drives to build a healthy respect for the hazards while developing a knowledge of proper handling and response.
This is typically run as a 1 day on site training program. Typical class sizes are up to 20 employees before additional offerings would be required. Typical attendees include operators, maintenance crews, engineering staff, leadership/management, on-site emergency responders.
Third Party Emergency Response Basics
This training is aimed at providing education to outside emergency responders. It covers much of the same general information as the Site Training, however, tailored to the needs and responsibilities of the outside responders.
The goal of this training is to introduce the hazards of the chlorosilane chemistry to these organizations. Then review the recommended response procedures and highlight the concerns with typical fire fighting methodologies. Driving to build a healthy respect for the hazards while developing a knowledge of proper handling and response. There will be a significant discussion around appropriate fire/HAZMAT tools and procedures for chlorosilane response.
Additional time may be spent with the third party organization to review or develop joint emergency procedures, facilitate further learning and even organize/facilitate joint training sessions and "drills".
This is typically a 2 hour training program. Typical class sizes are up to 20 attendees before additional offerings would be required. Typical attendees include Local Fire and HAZMAT Departments, LEPC members, community officials, other agencies such as the EPA.
The review of projects in the design phase can help projects engineer in the key safety features and emergency response capabilities to improve the safety of the process long term. We share and provide recommendations based on industry best practices we have utilized and observed for 30 + years.