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​This Hazard Communication training program covers the Oregon OSHA Hazard Communication Rule as it has been aligned with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Categorization of Chemicals.

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Module content

  • Why you should be concerned about the hazard communication rule
  • What are the Hazard Communication and Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)
  • Who hazard communication applies to
  • When you have to comply
  • How you comply
  • The process of classification and categorization that results in the asignment of labels and signal works
  • The development of safety data sheets
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  • What they are
  • Parts of a pictogram
  • Health hazard pictograms
  • Physical hazard pictograms
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  • The elements of labels
  • Labeling containers
  • Labeling pipes
  • HazCom and NFPA 704
  • HazCom​ and HMIS®
  • ​What are safety data sheets (SDS)
  • How to obtain safety data sheets
  • What you need to do with your safety data sheets
  • The required format and information for a safety data sheet
  • ​Requirements for training employees about chemical hazards
  • The topics the training must cover
  • Who can deliver the training
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  • Who needs a written hazard communication program
  • The seven parts of the written hazard communication program
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Resources

Hazard communication topic page

​Hazard Communication Aligned with the Globally Harmonized System​ Federal OSHA​​​​​


Continuing Education

This​​ course has been approved for CEUs.
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