HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS TRAINING
HazCom information is something you hope your employees never need. But it is always better to read it before you need it.
hazard communication training
This short but to the point training can be used as an introduction or a refresher on the basic fundamentals of working with hazardous chemicals and materials in the workplace. It explains that safety with hazardous materials begins and ends with identifying potential hazards before they develop.
Managing the RISK of hazardous mateirals in your workplace can be a daunting responsibility. Utilize this training program to help your healtchare workers be informed, understand the various types of hazardous chemicals, and know what to do in case of exposure.
MARCOM's HAZWOPER: Exposure Monitoring and Medical Surveillance Program assists facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120), and also shows employees various types of exposure monitoring equipment and techniques, and to explain medical surveillance and how it is used to evaluate the health of anyone who regularly works around hazardous materials.
Created specifically to assist auto service facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, these products also address the major education and training requirements in these "chemical hazard" laws.
The intent of this regulatory compliance program is to introduce employees to Hazard Communication regulations and provide in-depth training on the various types of chemicals found in cleaning and maintenance environments.
This new compliance training will review what the Globally Harmonized System is all about, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS.
An in-depth new release, this compliance training will cover the Globally Harmonized System, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS. This program is specifically constructed for those who must work in a construction environment.
Guessing the safest way to work with or around a chemical can be very dangerous. If you don't know how to handle a substance properly, you could end up with chemical burns, breathing problems, fires or even explosions. Instead of guessing, employees should use the Safety Data Sheet, or SDS.
Teach your workers that safety starts with recognizing and controlling hazards. This training uses hazard scenarios to point out the direct, indirect and root causes of accidents. By learning to control the potentially hazardous energy in a situation, workers can protect themselves and co-workers.
Utility workers face exposure to hazards daily and must know how to recognize the potential threats they may encounter. This training presents hazard scenarios specific to utility workers to illustrate the three root causes of accidents.
Review the six types of information contained on a GHS label, and the differences between GHS labels and other types of chemical hazard labels.
Covers the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that's contained in each section and how SDS's are different from Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
This program is designed to provide important information about safe work practices when working with hazardous chemicals. Using real-life scenarios, this interactive training provides an effective, unorthodox approach to hazard communication in the workplace.
If you work around chemicals in the pulp and paper industry, hazard communication provides information about the protection you need to work safely. This new program makes it clear why you need to be up-to-date on current information about the chemicals you work with at the plant.
Be sure your employees are well-informed about the hazards of various chemicals in the workplace.This new look at hazard communication will familiarize workers with physical and health hazards, how exposure can occur, exposure limits, and material safety data sheets.
Give your employees the essential information about the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. With this DVD, teach them how GHS differs from the Hazard Communication Standard.
Used correctly, chemicals are an important part of the work we do, but we often don't give these chemicals a second thought until a tragic accident occurs. Present an easy to follow, step-by-step approach to developing a hazard communication program.
Slips, trips and falls can directly result in lost work days, loss of income, broken bones, back problems, disability or even death. This program covers potential fall hazards found in the average healthcare workplace.
Provide your employees with helpful information they need for optimum safety when working around chemical hazards in your facility. This award-winning program makes a perfect supplement to your MSDS safety training program.
Teach your healthcare employees how to decipher a Material Safety Data Sheet with this informative training program. It explores the different types of hazardous chemicals, details each section of an MSDS, and explains hazard prevention and personal protection.