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Hazard Communication

  • DC14 Apprenticeship Program 1101 North Taft Avenue Berkeley, IL, 60163 United States (map)

Length of Course: 1 days / 8 hours (10 credits)

The Hazard Communication standard gives workers the right to understand about the chemical hazards on their job and ways to protect themselves. The Hazard Communication standard is now enhanced with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, better known as the GHS. This standardization will reduce confusion in the workplace, help prevent injuries and illnesses, and ultimately, save lives. This hazard communication course is in Sync with GHS, and designed to satisfy the general training requirements of OSHA’s hazard communication standard 29CFR1910.1200.

Topics Covered Include:

  • Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) Overview

  • Review of Common Health Effects

  • Chemical Overview

  • Measurement and Exposure Limits

  • Other Ways of Communicating Hazards

  • Controlling Hazards

  • Emergencies and First Aid


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Earlier Event: December 14
Later Event: December 17
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