GHS Training Employee Pack
Your Employees Need GHS Training NOW!
OSHA requires that training for employees on the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals must take place by the December 2013 deadline in order to be in compliance.
Why start GHS training NOW?
Many companies are already seeing GHS-formatted chemical labels and SDSs (formerly MSDSs) in the workplace. Having employees up-to-speed on how to read these labels and SDSs is the best thing you can do to protect your employees' safety and their "right to know", as well as stay compliant.
Plus, the required training deadline will be here before you know it!
Give employees hands-on tools to ensure their understanding and reinforce training
Our GHS Training Employee Pack is a collection of tools that explains how and why GHS was developed, how to read the new chemical labels, teach them about the new pictograms and introduce the new Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) that replace MSDSs.
With each employee pack, you will receive:
3 Pocket-sized Guides covering an "Introduction to GHS", "GHS Chemical Labels and Pictograms" and "Safety Data Sheets" with detailed information that employees need to know and keep with them.
3 Quiz Cards to test employees on the GHS information presented in the pocket guides and ensure their understanding of these changes to the HazCom standard. The quiz cards also serve as documentation that employee testing has taken place.
1 Wallet Card for each employee to carry with them to reference the new pictogram images. The reverse side provides an area to write emergency contact info in the event an employee does not know what material(s) they’re about to work with. Each wallet card includes a hole punch to make placing it on a lanyard a snap!
Minimum order quantity: 5 employee packs. Order 1 pack per employee. Smaller quantities and additional discount pricing available. Call 1-800-CLEMENT (253-6368) for details.
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