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$299.95
V234
2012
2907-DVD-E
15 min

Recently, OSHA changed its Hazard Communication Standard to align with the Global Harmonization System put forth by the United Nations. GHS was developed to insure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of chemicals throughout the world. While employees may have been given an overview of what changes GHS will bring, this program is designed to train them on the detailed specifics of what those changes are. It shows employers how to comply with the GHS requirements, without having to change your entire Hazcom program, and trains employees as to their roles and responsibilities under the revised Hazcom Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200).

Recently, OSHA changed its Hazard Communication Standard to align with the Global Harmonization System put forth by the United Nations. GHS was developed to insure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of chemicals throughout the world. While employees may have been given an overview of what changes GHS will bring, this program is designed to train them on the detailed specifics of what those changes are. It shows employers how to comply with the GHS requirements, without having to change your entire Hazcom program, and trains employees as to their roles and responsibilities under the revised Hazcom Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200).

Topics covered also include:
  • The Importance Of The New Hazard Classification System
  • What GHS Labeling and Markings Are Telling You
  • How To Read A Safety Data Sheet
Kit Includes:
The Hazard Communication Answer Book, the most comprehensive overview of OSHA's Hazcom Standard available. Comes with an editable Hazard Communication Plan on CD.
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