Acrylonitrile FAQs

Course Overview
Acrylonitrile safety is the primary concern of this introductory online ClickSafety course. This online safety course covers the properties and routes of exposure of Acrylonitrile and includes the safety requirements and OSHA standards associated with Acrylonitrile.

Intended Audience
This Acrylonitrile safety training is designed for industrial workers who may be exposed to or set policy for Acrylonitrile exposure.

General Industry Workers
General Industry Supervisors
General Industry Managers
Learning Objectives
Acrylonitrile courses encourage workplace safety by making the worker aware of its hazards and effects. Most exposure to Acrylonitrile occurs on the job, when it could be breathed into the lungs, so it is important that the worker learns how to respond to exposure.

Course Topics
Introduction to Acrylonitrile
Properties and Exposure
Safety Requirements
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Federal OSHA
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)
Permissible Exposure Levels (PEL)
Features and Benefits
ClickSafety’s online Acrylonitrile course teaches you OSHA standards, exposure limits and exposure controls related to Acrylonitrile. The course explains the difference between acute and chronic exposure, as well as:

Properties of Acrylonitrile
Primary Uses of Acrylonitrile
Primary Route of Exposure to Acrylonitrile