Hazard Communication (GHS)

Year after year, Hazard Communication remains on of the top cited OSHA regulations.

PROGRAM OVERVIEW:

Hazard Communication can sometimes be a difficult topic to train on, but this training program takes a fresh and entertaining approach to convey practical information that every employee should know before working with chemicals.  Hazard Communication: GHS

YOUR EMPLOYEES WILL LEARN:

·         How to Identify the Chemicals They are Working With

·         How to Read Labels on Chemical Containers, Including Instructions for Interpreting the Coloring and Numbering System

·         How to Read a Safety Data Sheet, Including the New 16-part ANSI MSDS

·         Hazard Classification System, Including FACTOR System (Flammable and Corrosive, Toxic or Reactive)

·         Proper Precautionary Measures, Including Information on the Use of Personal Protective Equipment

·         Proper Storage of Chemicals

·         Emergency Procedures

 

PROGRAM CONTENTS:

·         Explanation of the OSHA Standard

·         Step-by-step Instructions for How to Develop Your Hazard Communication Program

·         Code of Federal Regulations

·         OSHA Requirements

Chemical Inventory

Sample SDS Request Letter

Hazardous Material Review

NFPA Color-Code Warning System

Hazard Communication Training Record

Hazard Communication (12 Students)

Hazard Communication can sometimes be a difficult topic to train on, but this training program takes a fresh and entertaining approach to convey practical information that every employee should know before working with chemicals.  Hazard Communi..

$595.00 Ex Tax: $595.00

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