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Hazardous Communication (Global Harmonization)


$135 Per Person
8:30 a.m. – Noon

OSHA  requires employers to have a written hazard communication plan and to provide employees with “right to Know” training about hazardous chemicals at least upon hire. Topics include:

determining chemical hazards; use of Labels and MSDSs; written policy and documentation requirements and preventive strategies using PPE and emergency procedures.



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