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GHS Course

GHS: The GHS is an acronym for The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. The GHS is a system for standardizing and harmonizing the classification and labeling of chemicals.

Visited 83 times
$12.95
65542

Hazard Communication: GHS and Your Right to Know on Campus (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to recognize hazardous chemicals, understand the risks they pose, interpret the information on chemical labels, understand safety data sheets, protect yourself from physical and health hazards, and respond to emergencies. Duration: 24 minutes.

Visited 197 times
$23.00
65259

Hazard Communication - GHS and Your Right to Know (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: Recognize hazardous chemicals; Understand the risks they pose; Interpret the information on chemical labels; Understand safety data sheets; Protect yourself from physical and health hazards; and Respond to emergencies. Duration: 31 minutes

Visited 224 times
$23.00
65181

Hazard Communication and GHS - What Supervisors Need to Know (HTML 5) Course

By December 2013, employers must train their employees how to read and interpret the new safety data sheets (SDSs). Until then, a phase-in period is acceptable to OSHA,during which employers will not be required to maintain two sets of MSDSs and SDSs for compliance purposes. Employers are allowed choose to comply with the HazCom standard for MSDSs; the revised HazCom standard for SDSs; or both during phase-in. The main objective of this session is to describe the purpose of GHS revisions to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand the GHS revisions to HazCom and how they affect our workplace, recognize the revised chemical labels and safety data sheets, or SDSs, and train employees to read and interpret GHS-compliant labels and SDSs. Duration: 22 min.

Visited 251 times
$23.00
65179

Hazard Communication and GHS - What Employees Need to Know (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: Recognize hazardous chemicals; Understand the risks they pose; Interpret the information on chemical labels; Understand safety data sheets, or SDSs; Protect yourself from physical and health hazards; and Respond to emergencies. Duration: 29 Minutes.

Visited 207 times
$23.00
65133

Understanding Chemical Labels Under GHS (HTML 5) Course

By December 1, 2013, employers must train their employees how to read and interpret the new safety data sheets (SDSs). Many employers will go through a phase-in period where both MSDSs and SDSs will be present in the workplace. This situation is acceptable to OSHA, and employers will not be required to maintain two sets of MSDSs and SDSs for compliance purposes. During the training phase-in period, employers are allowed choose to comply with the HazCom standard for MSDSs; the revised HazCom standard for SDSs; or both. Chemical labeling is the first step in the process of using chemicals safely. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) chemical labeling requirements are part of its Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom), which is designed to ensure that you can identify and understand hazardous chemical substances in the workplace. HazCom, including chemical labeling, has been aligned with the Globally Harmonized System for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This training session focuses on the GHS chemical label. Duration: 17 min.

Visited 219 times
$23.00
31272

Understanding Chemical Labels Under GHS Course

By December 1, 2013, employers must train their employees how to read and interpret the new safety data sheets (SDSs). Many employers will go through a phase-in period where both MSDSs and SDSs will be present in the workplace. This situation is acceptable to OSHA, and employers will not be required to maintain two sets of MSDSs and SDSs for compliance purposes. During the training phase-in period, employers are allowed choose to comply with the HazCom standard for MSDSs; the revised HazCom standard for SDSs; or both. Chemical labeling is the first step in the process of using chemicals safely. Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) chemical labeling requirements are part of its Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom), which is designed to ensure that you can identify and understand hazardous chemical substances in the workplace. HazCom, including chemical labeling, has been aligned with the Globally Harmonized System for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This training session focuses on the GHS chemical label. Duration: 17 min.

Visited 1,257 times
$23.00
31256

Hazard Communication and GHS - Your Right to Know Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: Recognize hazardous chemicals; Understand the risks they pose; Interpret the information on chemical labels; Understand safety data sheets; Protect yourself from physical and health hazards; and Respond to emergencies. Duration: 31 minutes

Visited 1,216 times
$23.00
31254

Hazard Communication and GHS - What Employees Need to Know Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: Recognize hazardous chemicals; Understand the risks they pose; Interpret the information on chemical labels; Understand safety data sheets, or SDSs; Protect yourself from physical and health hazards; and Respond to emergencies. Duration: 29 Minutes.

Visited 1,622 times
$23.00
31249

Comunicación de Riesgos y GHS: ¿Qué empleados necesitan saber (Hazard Communication and GHS: What Employees Need to Know) Course

El principal objetivo de esta sesión es que le enseñe acerca de la comunicación de riesgos. Cuando la sesión ha terminado, usted debería ser capaz de: Reconocer los productos químicos peligrosos; Conocer los riesgos que plantean; Interpretar la información en las etiquetas de productos químicos; Comprender las fichas de seguridad, o SDSS; Protéjase contra los peligros físicos y de salud, y la respuesta a situaciones de emergencia. Duración: 28 minutos

Visited 1,897 times
$23.00
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Hazard Communication and GHS - What Supervisors Need to Know Course

By December 2013, employers must train their employees how to read and interpret the new safety data sheets (SDSs). Until then, a phase-in period is acceptable to OSHA,during which employers will not be required to maintain two sets of MSDSs and SDSs for compliance purposes. Employers are allowed choose to comply with the HazCom standard for MSDSs; the revised HazCom standard for SDSs; or both during phase-in. The main objective of this session is to describe the purpose of GHS revisions to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand the GHS revisions to HazCom and how they affect our workplace, recognize the revised chemical labels and safety data sheets, or SDSs, and train employees to read and interpret GHS-compliant labels and SDSs. Duration: 22 min.

Visited 815 times
$23.00