Compressed Air Safety
On its own, air is not necessarily dangerous. However, when you compress it, it creates hazards like noise, flying objects and static electricity. Take this course to review the hazards associated with compressed air and what you can do to avoid them. This course is ideal for people who use pneumatic tools or supervise those who do.
Recall the hazards associated with compressed air; Know what precautions to take to prevent injuries when working with compressed air
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