HazCom: What You Need To Know with GHS - Pay Per View Training Program (06688)
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HazCom: What You Need To Know with GHS - Pay Per View Training Program

Helps you comply with HazCom training requirements and GHS provisions. Read more.

$65.00 to $85.00
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Note: When ordering Pay Per View Training, you will be provided a link to access the Basic or Premium program you purchased. You will have 72 hour access to the program starting from the time you click the link.


  • Pay Per View format allows trainers to conduct effective, affordable training wherever they have Internet access
  • Available as Basic and Premium programs - Premium Programs include everything the Basic program does, plus numerous extras (see "Components" tab for details)
  • Includes 3 days of access to the video plus downloadable Trainer's/Instructor's Guide, quizzes and answer keys, a training log and supplemental video content
  • Helps you comply with the training requirements of the HazCom Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and the GHS provisions
  • Employers must train employees on the new label elements and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) format effective December 1, 2013
  • Available in English and Spanish
  • Length: Approximately 41 minutes

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Specification

Specification
Product Code Description Program Type Language Format Copyright Date
26129
Basic Program - English
Basic
English
Pay Per View
2012
26130
Basic Program - Spanish
Basic
Spanish
Pay Per View
2012
41351
Premium Program - English
Premium
English
Pay Per View
2012
41353
Premium Program - Spanish
Premium
Spanish
Pay Per View
2012

More Info

Pay Per View BASIC Program includes:

  • 41-Minute Video - Combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels
    • Introduction
      • Introduces the program and what topics will be covered.
    • HazCom Standard
      • Discusses the dangers of working with hazardous chemicals.
      • Covers the reasons why OSHA developed the Hazard Communication Standard, and how HazCom helps prevent accidents and injuries caused by hazardous chemical exposure.
    • Globally Harmonized System
      • Provides background information on the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and why OSHA adopted the GHS standards in 2012 for classifying and labeling chemicals.
    • Hazardous Chemical Classifications
      • Explains OSHA’s definition of a hazardous chemical, and the physical and health hazard classes and categories.
    • Employer Requirements
      • Addresses the five employer requirements mandated by the HazCom Standard: chemical inventory, safety data sheets, labeling, employee information and training, and a written HazCom program.
    • Chemical Inventory
      • Discusses what the chemical inventory is and how this list of chemical information helps protect employees.
    • Safety Data Sheets
      • Goes over 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.
      • Discusses the benefits of a standardized safety data sheet format.
    • Labeling
      • Addresses the six required label elements, including the nine pictograms.
      • Goes over re-labeling requirements, what employees should do if they find a container without a label (or an illegible label), and how chemicals that are created from a process are labeled (employer must put up warning signs or posters).
    • Information and Training
      • Provides awareness of the employee training requirements that employers must comply with.
    • Written Program
      • Provides awareness of the Written Program requirement, and how employers must document, in detail, their plans for protecting employees from chemical hazards.
      • Goes over a number of best practices employees can use to stay safe when working around chemicals, such as wearing eye and face protection, knowing where eyewash stations are located, not eating or drinking around chemicals, etc.
    • Conclusion
      • Summarizes the training information in the program, and encourages trainees to work safely by complying with the company HazCom program.
  • Other videos:
    * COMMENTARY (running time: 7 minutes)
    * WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE (running time: 9 minutes)
    * NOTE TO TRAINERS (running time: 5 minutes)

Components

Basic Program includes access to:

  • Video - Main Program
  • Video - Commentary
  • Video - Note to Trainers
  • Video - What's Wrong with this Picture?
  • Trainer's Guide
  • Quizzes (with Answer Keys) (2)
  • Learning Activity (1)
  • Images (3)
  • Poster (1)

Program with Premium Content includes access to everything the Basic program has, plus the following:

  • Powerpoint® Presentations (2)
  • Learning Activities (4)
  • Sample Written Hazcom Program
  • Images (12)
  • Posters (2)

System Req.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Windows XP with Service Pack 2, Vista or Windows 7
  • Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher; or Firefox 3 or higher; or Chrome 7 or higher
  • Adobe Flash 8 or higher (Ensure other applications like Quicktime, iTunes, Real Player, or Windows Media Player aren't set as the default streaming application, as this might affect the video player.)
  • 1.2 GHz processor
  • 512 MB RAM

Broadband Connection to the Internet

  • Make sure you have a broadband connection to the Internet, not a dial-up connection. Check to see that no other devices or software in your system are using up bandwidth. We recommend at least a 3.0-Mbps connection speed for high-quality video and at least 1 Mbps for uninterrupted basic-quality video.

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