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This class focuses on communication methods about hazardous workplace substances. Effective hazard communication increases employee awareness and safety. Education, labeling, data collection, testing, and other communication methods detail the dangers of specific chemicals and offer methods of protection from physical and health hazards. OSHA requires that employers establish a written hazard communication program to communicate employee responsibilities, standard implementation, chemical hazards, and safety measures. Hazard communication programs must include a chemical inventory, specific labeling, Safety Data Sheets for each individual chemical, and training.

After completing this class, users will be able to describe OSHA regulations regarding hazardous materials, Safety Data Sheets, and how these regulations impact daily workplace operations. Understanding these regulations is critical in maintaining workplace safety and efficient operation.

  • Difficulty: Beginner

  • Format: Online

  • Number of Lessons: 22

  • Language: English

  • 30 Day Access from Date of Purchase

SDS and Hazard Communication 151

SKU: 160045
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