In an effort to help organizations fulfill HazCom training requirements, SiteHawk presents the following GHS training resources. The infographic below provides a brief overview and history of the adoption of GHS. This document may be downloaded as a PDF for your use. The embedded video is a preview of a full length instructional session regarding the changes introduced by GHS.
GHS Training Poster
In 2012, OSHA adopted the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) as OSHA HazCom 2012. Changes to HazCom as a result of GHS adoption include hazard classifications, label requirements and SDS requirements. The implementation of these requirements includes a mandate that all SDS documents must be re-authored according to the new regulation. The transition to GHS has become cumbersome for many manufacturers and suppliers and many still struggle with distribution of the new SDS format.
Because the transition to GHS has been misunderstood by many organizations. SiteHawk helps outline the requirements of GHS and the impact of GHS adoption in the infographic below:
GHS Training Video
In an effort to help organizations fulfill education and training requirements, SiteHawk provides an educational video and accompanying testing material to help you educate workers about the requirements of GHS adoption. Here's a preview of the full video:
The complete video and accompanying testing material can be purchased to help fulfill GHS education and training requirements and drive GHS adoption in your organization. For more information, please fill out the form below: