Chemical Hazards/Hazard Communication:Training Materials

The Materials provided training on the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) under the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to workers and employers located in rural Pennsylvania. The learning objectives of this training include understanding the GHS hazard classification and labeling system and applying the hazard classification and labeling system within the HCS. An instructional kit was prepared for this training in both English and Spanish.

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Chemical Hazards/Hazard Communication

Title Length Format File Size
Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) and the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)
OSHA Fact Sheet Your Rights as a Whistleblower
3 Pages
PDF
246.58 KB
Section 1 – HAZCOM GHS Overview Presentation
126 Slides
PPTX
2.98 MB
Section 2 – Hazard Classification and Proper Labeling Handout
8 Pages
PDF
1.44 MB
Section 2 – Hazard Classification and Proper Labeling Handout Slides
8 Slides
PPTX
1.51 MB
Section 3-1 – GHS Excercise Sheet
1 Page
PDF
438.43 KB
Section 3-2 – GHS Exercise Sheet – Solution Key
1 Page
PDF
452.93 KB
Section 3 – Hazardous Material Labeling Exercise
1 Page
PDF
429.4 KB
Section 4 – Appendix C to HazCom
31 Pages
PDF
3.18 MB
Section 5 – Side by Side Comparison
39 Pages
PDF
781.82 KB
Section 6-1 – Level 2 Evaluation Learning Assessment
2 Pages
PDF
638.49 KB
Section 6-2 – Level 2 Evaluation Learning Assessment – Solution Key
2 Pages
PDF
315.56 KB
Comunicación de peligros (HAZCOM) y el Sistema Globalmente Armonizado de Clasificación y Etiquetado de Productos Químicos (SGA)
Communicacion de Peligros
129 Slides
PPTX
3.22 MB
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DISCLAIMER: This material was produced under grant number SH-24928-SH3 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U. S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U. S. Government. The U.S. Government does not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information, apparatus, product, or process disclosed.

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION: This material is the copyrighted property of Pennsylvania Technical Asst. Program. By federal regulation, OSHA reserves a license to use and disseminate such material for the purpose of promoting safety and health in the workplace. The Pennsylvania Technical Asst. Program hereby authorizes employers and workplace safety and health professionals to use this material, distributed by or through OSHA, in their workplaces or practices in accordance with the guidance contained in the material.

To this end, permission is granted to use such copyrighted material solely for non-commercial, instructional, personal, or scholarly purposes. The material may be used and incorporated into other workplace safety and health programs on the condition that no fee may be charged for the subsequent use of the material. Use of the material for any other purpose, particularly commercial use, without the prior, express written permission of the copyright owner/s is prohibited. Furthermore, any modification to the material is prohibited without the prior, express written permission of the copyright owners.

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