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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

Hazard Communication: It's a Two-Edge Sword

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.

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HAZCOM for Healthcare: A GHS Overview

This training program will provide caregivers with a solid understanding of OSHA's recently revised Hazard Communication Standard while fully explaining the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).

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GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets

OSHA is requiring that employees are trained by December 1, 2013 on the new GHS label elements and safety data sheets format to facilitate recognition and understanding. Make sure your staff remains focused and informed with this training.

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Slips, Trips, & Falls: Avoiding Injury in Your Workplace

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.

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MSDS for Healthcare: Read it Before You Need It

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.

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Hazard Communication: You Need to Know

This training program, which complies with OSHA 1910.1200, teaches your healthcare workers how to identify hazardous chemicals, how to assess areas where they may exist, and what to do if exposed.

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