Nashville, TN -- SiteHawk, the leading innovator in cloud-based SDS and chemical data management solutions, has announced the latest educational webinar in the GHS Transition Thought Leadership Series, “Real World Impact of GHS on SDS Management, Labels, and HazCom Training Programs”, on May 22, 2012 at 1:30PM CDT.
The webinar will focus on how the GHS has impacted SDS management, labeling, and HazCom training programs. Our experts will address what needs to be in place to remain compliant and limit your organization’s liability through enhanced safety programs.
During the 30-minute presentation, topics will include updates on:
SDS Management – changes in format and what you must do to ensure compliance
New Labeling Standards – what must be included for compliance and a review of potential conflicts between existing labeling methods and new GHS requirement?
Training Programs – what you need to consider when training employees on Hazcom 2012 as the deadline for training your employees on the new label elements and SDS format is quickly approaching.
To join us, please Register Here or, for additional information and resources on the GHS, please visit SiteHawk’s GHS Transition home.
SiteHawk is a leading innovator in cloud-based MSDS and chemical data management solutions offering a complete approach to MSDS management, chemical inventory tracking, and product sustainability initiatives. Organizations in virtually every industry utilize SiteHawk solutions to manage their hazard communication programs, meet regulatory and environmental compliance initiatives, manage chemical inventories and chemical data, publish material safety data sheets, and keep workers safe throughout the organization. With customers spanning the globe, SiteHawk continues to lead the environmental health and safety industry in customer satisfaction with a greater than 98% customer retention rate.
The complete SiteHawk solution portfolio includes software and services for MSDS management, MSDS authoring, chemical inventory management, and environmental regulatory compliance.
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