The hazards of the chemicals your employees use are the same, but the container labels are about to undergo a significant change.OSHA’s final HazCom rule incorporates elements of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This means that all containers of hazardous materials arriving at or leaving your facility will have to be labeled with OSHA’s version of the GHS label. This highly focused webcast will discuss OSHA’s labeling requirements under the HazCom standard, including:
- The required label elements;
- How the elements are determined;
- The GHS “harmonized” elements;
- How workplace labeling systems are affected;
- What effect the HazCom standard has on DOT and consumer product labeling; and,
- The labeling training requirements under the standard.
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