GHS Transition

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.

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Now that GHS training is done, what are the next steps in complying with GHS rules?

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Furnish your workers with the right information for complying with new GHS training requirements.

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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.

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What GHS training you must provide, who you must provide it to and when you must provide it.

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Just providing GHS training isn’t enough; you must verify workers actually understand it.

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Are you doing enough to protect your workers from chemical injuries and illnesses?

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How to comply with Hazcom, GHS and other OSHA chemical safety requirements.

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The 4 hazmat communication documents required by the DOT to transport hazardous materials.

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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.

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