Industrial processes that involve chromium can result in worker exposure to toxic hexavalent chromium Cr(VI). Many workers in a variety of occupations are potentially exposed to Cr(VI) in the United States. Workplace exposures occur mainly in the following areas: Welding and other types of “hot work” on stainless steel and other metals that contain chromium; use of pigments, spray paints and coatings; and operating chrome plating baths. OSHA’s hexavalent chromium standard requires training for affected workers. Let Fox Valley Safety present this complex topic to your team!