The GHS standard course is a must for any organization with hazardous materials on premises.
OSHA’s recently released Hazard Communication Standard updates the 25-year-old regulation by incorporating the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, a system many stakeholders suggest will make it easier to classify and communicate hazards.
- Determining if hazardous chemicals are present in your workplace
- Steps for setting up an effective hazard communication program
- Guidelines for labeling hazardous materials/chemicals
- Promoting responsibility for initial and ongoing hazard communication activities
- OSHA Hazard Communication 1910.11200 Subpart Z
- GHS deadlines and the Safety Data Sheet System
- Persons responsible for OSHA compliance
- Human resources staff
- Safety managers
- Loss control managers
- Safety committee members
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