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  • Hazard Communication

    (HC2T015-F7T) This course covers training required by OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, which requires that hazardous materials used at the work site are identified, labeled, handled, used, and disposed of properly. The instruction is intended to help prevent or minimize employee exposures to harmful materials and minimize accidental ...

    By Interactive Occupational Training based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA). from OSHA Training line

  • Hazard Communications Training

    This course will provide employees with information and training on hazardous materials in their work area. This training will cover categories of hazards (e.g., flammability, carcinogenicity) as well as protective measures and specific procedures the employer has implemented for employee safety. Employees will be trained in the employers hazard ...

    By FRG Corporation based in Monroe, MICHIGAN (USA). from Lead Training Training line

  • Hazard Communication Training

    Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. CLMI’s new video program takes a fresh approach to this topic and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the following six questions: What am I working with?. Can it hurt me?. How do I protect myself?. ...

    By CLMI Safety Training based in Eugene, MINNESOTA (USA). from Hazard Communication (HazCom) Training line

  • Hazard Communication Training Course

    This course is provided to give Water/Wastewater employees information on the Hazard Communication Program requirements in OSHA regulation 29CFR1910.1200. As with other OSHA regulations the hazard communication program is a requirement for workplaces with greater than ten employees. OSHA regulations may not apply directly to your water/wastewater ...

    By 360water, Inc. based in Columbus, OHIO (USA). from Safety Training line

  • Hazard Communication, the GHS & You

    This brand new training program features four real-life scenarios that underscore the importance of being able to quickly obtain health, safety and hazard information related to hazardous chemicals and substances in the workplace. As mandated by OSHA, chemical safety data must be conveyed through the use of the standard communication elements ...

    By ERI Safety Videos based in Lexington, SOUTH CAROLINA (USA).

  • Hazard Communication Programs/Training

    ERAtech can develop OSHA HazCom programs and provide training in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.1200. Hazardous chemicals in the workplace can pose a risk to employees. Through an effective HazCom Program, employees can become aware of the risks associated with these chemicals. HazCom Training can be accomplished for most businesses within 4 hours. ...

    By ERAtech Environmental, Inc. based in Dayton, OHIO (USA).

  • MSDS and Hazard Communication Safety Training

    Handling potentially harmful materials is a necessary evil in many workplace settings. This MSDS and Hazard Communication Safety Video will help keep your employees just a little safer on the job. This video covers the basics of handling harmful chemicals, goes over the labeling of these materials, and it teaches about material safety data sheets ...

    By SafetyVideos.com based in La Mesa, CALIFORNIA (USA). from General Industry and Manufacturing Training line

  • Hazard Communication - New GHS Standards

    This course covers OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HAZCOM), 29 CRF 1910.1200, which requires that hazardous materials used at the work site are identified, labeled, handled, used, and disposed of properly. Topics include chemical states, employer and employee responsibilities, company goals, and federal agencies that regulate workplace ...

    By FirstNet Learning, Inc. based in Denver, COLORADO (USA). from Hazard Communication Training line

  • Hazard Communication & the GHS Employee Training

    With the implementation of the Global Harmonizing System, OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard is now in line with international standards regarding hazardous chemicals. Implementing the Global Harmonizing System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an ...

    By CLMI Safety Training based in Eugene, MINNESOTA (USA). from Hazard Communication (HazCom) Training line

  • DEMO - Hazard Communications-Online Training

    Hazardous materials (chemical products) are used in practically every workplace. There are approximately 600,000 chemical products in the world today. Hundreds of new chemicals are introduced every year. These numbers place 32 million workers in situations of potential exposure to one or more chemical hazards everyday. Some of these chemical ...

    By Compliance Solutions based in Denver, COLORADO (USA). from Demos Training line

  • Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) Training Online

    Hazardous materials (chemical products) are used in practically every workplace. The HazCom standard from OSHA  covers over 43 million workers who produce or handle hazardous chemicals in more than five million workplaces across the country. Some of these chemical products pose little danger to you, while others are deadly. Modern ...

    By Compliance Solutions based in Denver, COLORADO (USA). from General Safety and Construction Online Courses Training line

  • Managing OSHA and Community Hazard Communication

    This one-day course introduces the concept of chemical hazards, especially with respect to employee exposures on the job. Using a variety of hands-on exercises the trainee will learn how to interpret the physical, chemical, safety, and health information in a material safety data sheet (MSDS) and in standard references such as the NIOSH Pocket ...

    By Environmental Management Institute, Inc. based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA). from Regulatory Compliance Training line

  • Hazard Communication (HazCom) Training Course

    To protect these workers exposed to hazardous chemicals in all industrial sectors, the Federal Government established the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom) 1910.1200, also known as the 'right to know' law. This standard is based on a simple concept: that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and the identities of the ...

    By Eduwhere based in Chapel Hill, NORTH CAROLINA (USA). from Safety Courses Training line

  • 2-Hour Hazard Communication Program

    The purpose of this section is to ensure that the hazards of all chemicals produced or imported are classified, and that information concerning the classified hazards is transmitted to employers and employees. The requirements of this section are intended to be consistent with the provisions of the United Nations Globally Harmonized System of ...

    By New Environment, Inc. based in Brookfield, OHIO (USA).

  • Hazard Communication: The Road to Safety (Online Course)

    Don't let your safety mechanisms break down. Keep the workflow smooth and comply with this frequently-cited standard - OHSA 1910.1200 through this informative program. OSHA regulations are strict and, if violated, can be costly. The road to safety and compliance starts with this program, which offers vital information to help your employees ...

    By Dupont Sustainable Solutions based in Virginia Beach, VIRGINIA (USA). from Online Courses Training line

  • OSHA Hazard Communication Training Aligned with GHS

    Our OSHA Hazard Communication Training Aligned with GHS course is intended for workers who are exposed to hazardous chemicals at the workplace, as well as workers involved in the shipment, importation, and manufacture of hazardous materials. As part of 'Employee's Right to Know,' all employees who may be exposed to hazardous chemicals ...

    By Safety Unlimited, Inc. based in Simi Valley, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Online Training Course Catalog Training line

  • Hazardous Communications & Regulations Safety and Management Course

    This course will help water and wastewater operators, maintenance, laboratory, and distribution crews identify marking, labeling, and placarding, classify hazard classes, properly receive chemicals, distinguish shipping papers and manifests, proper incident reporting, and handle safety issues dealing with hazardous chemicals.

  • Hazard Communication For Pulp & Paper (Online Course)

    Making pulp and paper involves a lot of deadly chemicals. Make sure employees know how to handle them and avoid potential hazards. If your employees in the pulp and paper industry work with chemicals, they need hazard communication methods to protect them at work. This program will keep workers up-to-date with information on the dangerous ...

    By Dupont Sustainable Solutions based in Virginia Beach, VIRGINIA (USA). from Online Courses Training line

  • Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) for Supervisors Online Course

    Hazardous materials (chemical products) are used in practically every workplace. The HazCom standard from OSHA covers over 43 million workers who produce or handle hazardous chemicals in more than five million workplaces across the country. Some of these chemical products pose little danger to you, while others are deadly. Modern manufacturing ...

    By Compliance Solutions based in Denver, COLORADO (USA). from HAZWOPER and Emergency Response Courses Training line

  • Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Classification and Hazard Communication

    In today's global business environment, regulatory differences between countries can be a serious cause of extra work, delays and costs.

    By The Compliance Center (ICC) based in Niagara Falls, NEW YORK (USA).

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