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GHS HazCom

OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard is intended to help protect workers from hazardous chemicals. Training workers on HazCom practices and procedures is critical to protecting your employees from harm due to exposure to hazardous chemicals.

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$495.00

GHS HazCom "Understanding GHS"

 

OSHA released a list of the 10 most frequently cited safety and health violations for the fiscal year to help build awareness of areas that need to be given more attention. OSHA’s preliminary Top 10 list for 2019 included Hazard Communication which ranked second with 3,671 violations! Training workers on GHS HazCom practices and procedures is critical to protecting your employees from harm due to exposure to hazardous chemicals. "Understanding GHS HazCom" is a 2-video training kit that helps regulated facilities meet the final effective compliance date of June 1, 2016. This kit handles both post-GHS (“Final Version” - 20 minutes) and pre- and post-GHS (“Transition Version” - 23 minutes) hazard communication so employers can show their employees either only the new or both the old and new configurations depending on their individual goals and when the training is conducted. SDSs, hazard, shipping, and workplace labeling is detailed in the program. Available in English or Spanish.

Details are

below.

 

GHS HazCom Shipping Labels Dissected

 

The wall poster 'GHS HazCom Shipping Labels Dissected' graphically explains each element of the new labels: Pictograms: Hazard Statements, Precautionary Statements, Signal Words, Product Identifier, Supplier Information. The poster even illustrates how DOT labels can fit in.

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'GHS HazCom Shipping Labels Dissected'

Size: 22 in. x 17 inches

Price: laminated $24.95  •  paper $12.95

 

 

Click the ▶︎ on the video window to watch

the first few minutes (no log-in required).

For Evaluation Only.

Not for training.

Chapters

1. Introduction
2. The Hazard Communication Rule
3. Hazard Labels
3A. Shipping Labels
3B.  Workplace Labels
4. Safety Data Sheets
5. Summary