Getting Your Haz Com Program Ready for GHS – What you will and won’t need to change and when.
What happened with OSHA in 2013 and what to expect in 2014.
Now that GHS training is done, what are the next steps in complying with GHS rules?
Furnish your workers with the right information for complying with new GHS training requirements.
GHS is the biggest thing to happen to Hazcom since Hazcom itself. But if you’re an employer, the transition should prove more than manageable.
What GHS training you must provide, who you must provide it to and when you must provide it.
Just providing GHS training isn’t enough; you must verify workers actually understand it.
Are you doing enough to protect your workers from chemical injuries and illnesses?
How to comply with Hazcom, GHS and other OSHA chemical safety requirements.
The 4 hazmat communication documents required by the DOT to transport hazardous materials.
What is GHS and why should you care? To put it simply, GHS is a standardized system of classifying and labeling hazardous materials. This groundbreaking effort will have major implications on the safety, welfare, and the environment for the entire world working with chemicals.