September 13, 2012

A chemical safety plan is essential to mitigate the risks of the many hazardous chemicals that are necessary for student learning programs and custodial maintenance.

You need a program in place to uncover and manage potential chemical dangers, as well as safely utilize and store chemicals.

Join a FREE, interactive 75-minute webcast to learn how to improve safety and protect students, teachers and staff from chemical threats with an effective chemical management plan. You’ll hear industry experts discuss how conducting a thorough chemical inventory and following proper storage procedures can help you identify and minimize chemical hazards.

Developing a Chemical Safety Plan: Tips for Reducing Risk
Thursday, September 27
12:00pm-1:15pm EASTERN
Register Now!

In this webinar, you will learn chemical safety standards and best practices that will help you:

Prepare a written chemical management plan
Conduct and document a chemical inventory
Establish a chemical storage system
Identify and train a chemical coordinator
Recognize and eliminate chemical safety and storage hazards
Create a culture of safety in managing chemicals
Establish preventive maintenance activities to manage chemical safety long-term
Educate administrators, maintenance/custodial staff, teachers and students
Register now for this free webcast:

Presenters are:

Becky Wehrman-Andersen: Owner – Hazardous Materials Consulting
Roger Young: Executive Director – Facility Masters
Justin Turner: Applications Specialist –
Can’t join us on 9/27? Register anyway and receive the webcast recording via email.

Click or copy and paste the below link into your internet browser to register:

This Facility Masters webcast is sponsored by your friends at SchoolDude!

For additional resources on improving chemical safety, PM and the learning environment, visit the Facility Masters Resource Library and the SchoolDude Resource Library.