Everyday, we come in contact with potentially hazardous chemicals. Because serious accidents have occurred as the result of improper use of these chemicals, OSHA has implemented the Hazard Communication Standard. The purpose of this law is to inform employees, employers and the general public about chemical hazards in the workplace. This course covers the six major categories of the Hazard Communication Standard: Hazard Determination, Chemical Labeling, Material Safety Data Sheets, Employee Training, The Company Written Program, and the Availability of Manufacturer Trade Secrets.
- Easy-to-use AdminTool Box allows administrators control over course assignment, completion tracking, and follow-up - making training implementation efficient
- Plain language used to educate workers and ensure understanding
- Interactive quizzes conclude each section to test your workers' knowledge and understanding
Recommended Browsers: Internet Explorer 6.0 or later, Safari, and Firefox. Due to flash content we do not support 64-bit browsers at this time.
Screen Resolution: Minimum suggested: 800x600, Recommended: 1024x768 or greater. The course requires no system software, storage, or IT resources
Audio Requirements: Computers with current audio/sound capability, speakers or headphones
Employees receive system requirement information when their course notification and reminder e-mails are sent