Online Hazard Communication Courses

Train your employees on the importance of the Hazard Communication standard and how to recognize common hazards in the workplace with respect to chemicals.
 

Hazard Communication (US)
This course will introduce learners to everything from the content of the HazCom Standard to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) to how to use Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels to prepare for hazards or react to exposures.

Hazard Communication for Construction - Parts 1 & 2
Take these courses to learn about written program, label and safety data sheet requirements. Knowing what to expect and how to find safety information could prevent you from being hurt. This course is ideal for all construction workers.

Hazard Communication - Safety Data Sheets 
Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) explain the necessary information to keep you safe around hazardous substances. This course explains SDSs to managers and front-line workers in industries and environments that require the use
of hazardous substances.
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Hazard Communication - Labels (US)
Labels inform our diet decisions, they ensure we take the right medicines in the right amounts, and they keep us safe at heights and in tight spaces. The purpose of the GHS is to increase the quality and consistency of information provided to workers, employers and chemical users by adopting a standardized approach to hazard classification, labels and Safety Data Sheets.
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Hazard Communication Awareness
Workers are near hazardous chemical products every day.  
This course will introduce learners
to the HazCom Standard as well as demonstrate how Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels help workers to prepare for hazards and react to exposures.
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Hazard Communication - Pictograms
Hazards are universal and languages are not. This mini-module covers pictograms and the hazards associated with them, as encountered on labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs).