Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Management Course

Chemical, Biological, Nuclear and Radiological Emergency Management Course



    The importance of training courses is not only limited to professional life, as most of us think but training courses aim to transfer knowledge and practical experiences that enrich the skills of individuals and enhance their self-confidence, which contributes to the preparation of cadres which in turn contributes to the development and progress of institutions. Therefore, Strategic Vision Training Center aims to enhance the skills and experiences of individuals through the strongest training programs to keep pace with every development in the labor market.


A hazardous substance is defined according to the US Environmental Safety and Health Agency (OSHA) as any chemical that has a health or physical hazard. The general definition by the US Occupational Safety and Health Agency includes not only original materials, but paints, detergents, inks, dyes, and other commonly used materials. Manufacturers and importers of chemicals must determine whether the substances they produce or package meet the definition of a hazardous chemical. Hazardous materials are used or handled by companies during their production processes, and most of these materials when used in manufacturing or are disposed of contribute to the spread of pollutants. These substances pose an effective threat to the safety and health of employees, and for that a group of different internationally known symbols have been used to denote and briefly refer to the dangerous substance.

It is known that the electromagnetic waves and the various particles emitted from radioactive sources have direct and indirect effects on the cells of living organisms, and thus causing various changes in them in the event of human exposure to radiation that can lead to exposure to many negative results that may lead to his life. Radiation risks arise from external exposure to radiation emitted from its various sources as well as internal exposure as a result of the entry of radioactive isotopes into the body through the digestive and respiratory organs. In order to avoid radiation risks and protect workers in this field, it is necessary to be familiar with and abide by the instructions related to radiation protection. The occupational health specialist uses environmental measurements and analytical methods to determine the extent to which workers are exposed to work risks, and then they use various control methods to control these risks and prevent workers from being exposed to their risks. We will explain here the nature of the biological hazards. There are other sources of pollution. Viruses and germs that can be transmitted through infection from patients, contaminated tools, contaminated food, and a contaminated place

  • Occupational safety
  • Occupational safety objectives
  • Results of work in the occupational health and safety system.
  • The most important occupational diseases
  • Occupational carcinogens
  • Work injuries and occupational disease.
  • Effects of injury or occupational disease
  • OSHA Risk Prevention Program
  • Risks of the human element
  • Chemical Hazards
  • Natural Hazards
  • Engineering Hazards

Who should attend?

  • Workers in industrial companies
  • Workers in chemical laboratories
  • Industrial Safety Supervisors
  • Workers in radiology departments
  • Reactor workers
  • Those interested in the prevention of chemical, biological and radiological accidents

Course content:

Occupational Safety and Health:

  • Safety, Health and Environment
  • Environmental Engineering
  • Organization and distribution of responsibilities
  • Occupational safety goals
  • Occupational Safety Strategies
  • OSHA program for the prevention of chemical, biological and radiological hazards
  • Prepare for emergencies and various contingency plans
  • Investigating accidents and work injuries and preparing their reports and statistics
  • Examination of different work sites using inspection forms for occupational safety and health (inspection)
  • Personal protective equipment - selection - examination and storage
  • First aid and medical services
  • Program for the delivery of information on hazardous materials
  • Environmental protection and industrial waste disposal

Safety in the use and handling of chemicals:

  • Chemical hazards to health
  • How work site chemicals can enter our bodies
  • Allergic reactions
  • What is toxicity - acute toxicity
  • Methods of exposure and limit values:
  • Common chemical groups that cause a health hazard.
  • How to reduce the risk of chemicals
  • Safe storage, conditions and design of warehouses

Safe work procedures from chemical accidents:

  • Hazards of working in chemical laboratories
  • Safe working procedures
  • Reducing exposure
  • Individual protective equipment
  • Oversight and methods of informing about the danger
  • Training in dealing with chemicals
  • Instructions for working on the warehouse floor
  • Individual protective equipment

Safety from radiation accidents:

  • How do radiations arise?
  • The health risks of radiation
  • Types of radiation
  • Radiation protection methods
  • Units of measurement of radiation
  • Safety procedures in laboratories
  • Safe Dosages
  • Safety procedures from radiation hazards

Processes for dealing with physical and biological hazards and accidents:

  • Temperature and its relation to humidity and air velocity.
  • Hazards of light
  • Dealing with noise hazards
  • Atmospheric pressure
  • Vibrations
  • Microbes, germs and viruses
  • Processes for dealing with biological hazards
  • Biosafety