This program is available for 30 points per seat. A seat is one person assigned to one course. Click here to purchase, or learn more about Training Points.
- Helps you comply with the initial and refresher training requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and applicable GHS requirements
- Topics covered by HazCom: What You Need To Know include:
- Hazard classification and categories
- Chemical inventory
- Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and the new GHS-specified 16-section format
- GHS-style labels
- Employee training requirements
- HazCom written program
- Best practices for safely handling chemicals
- Available in English, Spanish, and Canadian French
- Intended Audience: All employees who have an exposure or a potential for exposure to hazardous chemicals; it’s targeted at employees who need a general overview of the Hazard Communication standard’s requirements
- Length: Approximately 90 minutes
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After completing this course, students will understand:
- The dangers of working with hazardous chemicals.
- The reasons why OSHA developed the Hazard Communication Standard, and how HazCom helps prevent accidents and injuries caused by hazardous chemical exposure.
- The background information on the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and why OSHA adopted the GHS standards.
- OSHA's definition of a hazardous chemical and the physical and health hazard classes and categories.
- The five employer requirements mandated by the HazCom Standard: chemical inventory, safety data sheets, labeling, employee information and training, and a written HazCom program.
- What a chemical inventory is and how this list of chemical information helps protect employees.
- The purpose of safety data sheets and the GHS-specified 16-section format, as well as the information that must be included in each section.
- The six required label elements, including the nine pictograms.
To ensure full course functionality, your computer will need to meet or exceed the following requirements:
- Windows XP operating system, or later
- 128 MB of RAM
- Speakers or headphones
- Video card and monitor capable of a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
- Internet Explorer 8.0 and higher for PC / Mozilla Firefox 3.6 and higher for PC / Google Chrome 17 and higher for PC. If using a Mac desktop or laptop, Safari, Chrome and Firefox typically work, however it is advised you install the latest version of Flash. We do NOT support iPad/iPhone/Android-based tablets and devices at this time.
- Pop-up blockers must be disabled
- Flash Player 10, however the latest version is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED
- Cookies must be allowed
- Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or higher
- Broadband or company-provided Internet connection
J. J. Keller's Training On Demand
Our Interactive Online training programs are purchased using Training Points so you can get as much or as little training as you need. The Training Points you purchase can be used for any course on J. J. Keller's Training On Demand.
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- Easy purchasing and planning for the training you need
- 24/7 access to all our interactive online and streamlining video programs
- Hundreds of training titles to choose from
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- Lower cost per student the more Training Points you purchase
- One year window from date of purchase to use your Training Points
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