HazCom: What You Need To Know with GHS - DVD Training

Helps you comply with HazCom training requirements and GHS provisions.
370DVD (19065)

  • 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
  • Addresses the revised standard, and how the changes will help protect employees when they work with chemical hazards
  • Assist you with all required HazCom training including:
    • Written Hazard Communication Plan
    • Chemical inventory and what it can tell you
    • Provisons of the HazCom Standard
    • How to read a Safety Data Sheet
    • What GHS-style container labels are telling you
  • Ready-to-use training program includes several components
  • Closed-captioned for the hearing impaired

  • (1) 20-Minute Video - Combines engaging video and editing technology with expertise from industry professionals at all levels.
  • (1) Instructor's Guide - Product Code: 19067 (568-H) - Provides HazCom/GHS information and talking points to help you develop meaningful training sessions.
  • (1) HazCom Made Easier Handbook - Product Code: 17846 (460-H) - Gives employees critical HazCom and GHS info to better ensure safety around hazardous chemicals.
  • (1) Globally Harmonized System Pictograms Poster - Product Code: 17845 (201-WSI-L) - Full-color poster identifies and illustrates the nine GHS pictograms.
  • (11) Globally Harmonized System Wallet Cards - Product Code: 19015 (583-WC) - Includes the nine GHS pictograms and a GHS label example for easy reference.
  • (1) Trainer's Tools CD-ROM (not sold separately) - Includes PowerPoint® presentations, quizzes and answer keys, learning activities and handouts, clip art, posters, a training log, certificate of completion, and sample written HazCom plan. The minimum computer system requirements for the Trainer Tools CD-ROM are Office 2000, with Word, and Internet Explorer version 5.5.

  • Play Program - Plays entire main program (Running time: 20 minutes).
  • Chapter Selections - Allows easy access to specific subtopics for more focused training.
    • Introduction - Introduces the program and the topics 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, as well as 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 GHS-style label elements, including the nine pictogram symbols; 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.
    • Commentary – Offers additional interviews by industry professionals. (running time: 8 minutes)
    • What's Wrong With This Picture? – Presents HazCom training scenarios intended to help sharpen employees hazard perception skills. (running time: 9 minutes)
    • Quiz – 10 interactive questions; offers correct/incorrect remediation to reinforce effectiveness of training. (running time: 10 minutes)
    • Note to the Trainers – Gives introduction to the training program and topic for trainers. (Running time: 5 minutes)
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