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Employees who handle hazardous chemicals must have the proper safety training.

Protect Yourself with HazCom GHS Training

Employees who handle toxic materials must understand the risks involved. In fact, former U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis went so far as to declare exposure to hazardous chemicals "one of the most serious threats facing American workers today."

OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, together with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), is designed to improve workplace safety by requiring employers adhere to certain common safety guidelines. The HazCom Standard ensures consistency in labeling, storing, cleaning and transporting potentially dangerous chemicals.

We offer array of online training courses to educate workers on HazCom and GHS policies. In addition to helping you comply with OSHA, these courses help you avoid potentially life-threatening accidents involving hazardous chemicals.

Course Listing by Topic: Safety: Hazard Communication

Title Format Product ID
Cal/OSHA Hazard Communication apsfchco_vod
DOT HazMat: General Awareness/Familiarization evisdhga_vod
DOT HazMat: Security Awareness evisdhgs_vod
GHS Container Labels marcgcla1_vod
GHS Container Labels In Construction Environments marcgclc1_vod
GHS Safety Data Sheets marcgsds1_vod
GHS Safety Data Sheets in Construction Environments marcgsdc1_vod
Hazard Communication apsfhcom_vod
Hazard Communication and GHS: What's Wrong With This Picture? apichcgw_vod
Hazard Communication and The Global Harmonizing System erishcgh_vod
Hazard Communication In Auto Service Environments marcrkasg1_vod
Hazard Communication In Cleaning And Maintenance Environments marcrkcmg1_vod
Hazard Communication In Construction Environments marcrkbcg1_vod
Hazard Communication In Healthcare Environments marcrkhcg1_vod
Hazard Communication In Hospitality Environments marcrkhig1_vod
Hazard Communication In Industrial Environments marcrkifg1_vod
Hazard Communication Program: To The Point ttpchcpr_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS (The Globally Harmonized System) marcighs_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS (The Globally Harmonized System) in Construction marcighc_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS: Container Labeling (Pictograms) marcighs_m06_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS: Container Labeling (Text Elements) marcighs_m05_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS: Hazard Classification marcighs_m03_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS: Information and Training marcighs_m07_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS: The Safety Data Sheet marcighs_m04_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS: What is the Globally Harmonized System? marcighs_m01_vod
Hazard Communication: Introduction to GHS: Why Did OSHA Adopt the GHS? marcighs_m02_vod
Hazard Communication: The GHS and You erishcgy_vod
Hazard Communication: The GHS and You - Concise Version erishcgyc_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels marclabl1_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels: DOT Hazard Class Labels: Part I marclabl1_m03_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels: DOT Hazard Class Labels: Part II marclabl1_m04_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels: GHS Labels marclabl1_m02_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels: Hazardous Waste Labels marclabl1_m07_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels: HMIS Labels marclabl1_m05_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels: Regulatory Labeling Requirements marclabl1_m01_vod
Hazardous Materials Labels: The NFPA System marclabl1_m06_vod
HAZWOPER: Safety Data Sheets in HAZWOPER Environments marchsds_vod
Laboratory Safety: GHS Safety Data Sheets in Laboratories marcgsdl_vod
OSHA General Industry: Hazard Communications oshahazc_vod
Understanding GHS HazCom - Version 1B (HazCom Full Course: Old & New Rules) evisghs1b_vod
Understanding GHS HazCom - Version 2 (HazCom Full Course: New Rules) evisghs2_vod
WHMIS and The Global Harmonizing System Employee Training eriswghs_vod