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§  878.  Employee  education  and  training.  1.  Every employer shall  institute an education and  training  program  for  employees  routinely  exposed to toxic substances.    2.  The education and training program shall commence prior to initial  assignment  and  shall  be  repeated  at  least   annually   thereafter.  Additional  instruction  must  be  provided  whenever  the potential for  exposure to toxic substances is altered.    3. The education and training program shall include, but  may  not  be  limited to, the following:    (a)  the  location  of  toxic  substances to which the employee may be  exposed;    (b) the properties of toxic  substances  to  which  employees  may  be  exposed;    (c) the name or names of the toxic substance, including the generic or  chemical name;    (d) the trade name of the chemical and any other commonly used name;    (e) the acute and chronic effects of exposure at hazardous levels;    (f) the symptoms of effects of exposure at hazardous levels;    (g)  the  potential for flammability, explosion and reactivity of such  substance;    (h) appropriate emergency treatment;    (i) proper  conditions  for  safe  use  and  exposure  to  such  toxic  substance;    (j)  procedures  for  cleanup  of  leaks  and  spills  of  such  toxic  substance.

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Statutes > New-york > Lab > Article-28 > 878

§  878.  Employee  education  and  training.  1.  Every employer shall  institute an education and  training  program  for  employees  routinely  exposed to toxic substances.    2.  The education and training program shall commence prior to initial  assignment  and  shall  be  repeated  at  least   annually   thereafter.  Additional  instruction  must  be  provided  whenever  the potential for  exposure to toxic substances is altered.    3. The education and training program shall include, but  may  not  be  limited to, the following:    (a)  the  location  of  toxic  substances to which the employee may be  exposed;    (b) the properties of toxic  substances  to  which  employees  may  be  exposed;    (c) the name or names of the toxic substance, including the generic or  chemical name;    (d) the trade name of the chemical and any other commonly used name;    (e) the acute and chronic effects of exposure at hazardous levels;    (f) the symptoms of effects of exposure at hazardous levels;    (g)  the  potential for flammability, explosion and reactivity of such  substance;    (h) appropriate emergency treatment;    (i) proper  conditions  for  safe  use  and  exposure  to  such  toxic  substance;    (j)  procedures  for  cleanup  of  leaks  and  spills  of  such  toxic  substance.

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Statutes > New-york > Lab > Article-28 > 878

§  878.  Employee  education  and  training.  1.  Every employer shall  institute an education and  training  program  for  employees  routinely  exposed to toxic substances.    2.  The education and training program shall commence prior to initial  assignment  and  shall  be  repeated  at  least   annually   thereafter.  Additional  instruction  must  be  provided  whenever  the potential for  exposure to toxic substances is altered.    3. The education and training program shall include, but  may  not  be  limited to, the following:    (a)  the  location  of  toxic  substances to which the employee may be  exposed;    (b) the properties of toxic  substances  to  which  employees  may  be  exposed;    (c) the name or names of the toxic substance, including the generic or  chemical name;    (d) the trade name of the chemical and any other commonly used name;    (e) the acute and chronic effects of exposure at hazardous levels;    (f) the symptoms of effects of exposure at hazardous levels;    (g)  the  potential for flammability, explosion and reactivity of such  substance;    (h) appropriate emergency treatment;    (i) proper  conditions  for  safe  use  and  exposure  to  such  toxic  substance;    (j)  procedures  for  cleanup  of  leaks  and  spills  of  such  toxic  substance.

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