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This training session is designed to help janitorial workers, or building cleaners, understand more about the hazards they face at work and how to work safely around them. Janitorial workers face hazards from chemicals, bloodborne pathogens, slips and falls, lifting heavy objects, and even substances such as mold and mildew, asbestos, and lead.

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