Good Day's Work

Handling Pharmaceuticals


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Course Content Summary

Even the most experienced farm employees can encounter new and unforeseen challenges with regard to the storage, handling and disposal of pharmaceuticals and other toxic substances—particularly because new products are being developed and introduced every year.

Good Day’s Work offers several training sessions on this topic, starting with this overview class that expands the student’s fundamental knowledge of exposure risks, along with best practices as they relate to everything from jobsite preparedness to accident response.

This class combines content that is highly practical, both in the field and in your record books, as you strive to keep your people safe and your agribusiness OSHA compliant.

Who Should Take This Course?

For optimum OSHA compliance:

  • All  employees within your operation who handle or supervise a handler of pharmaceuticals should take this course annually.
  • Employees who could be called on to assist in the event of an accident exposure

What You Will Learn

Training Video Outline


Understanding safety hazards

Exposure Risks

Safety Data (SDS) Sheet Review

Personal Protection Equipment

-Handling prep
-Cleanup & disposal
-Accident Response

Content Recap


5-Question Test

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Course Quick-Look

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  • Duration: Approximately 17 minutes
  • OSHA standard: General Duty Clause 5 (a) (1)
  • OSHA-compliance status: Specialized Training Course | Recommended for all employees within your operation who handle, or supervise employees that handle, pharmaceuticals. Annual training recommended.
  • Downloadable content: Yes

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