Despite years of training on Hazard Communication, employees often ignore the hazards of chemicals in the workplace. CLMI’s new video program takes a fresh approach to this topic and gives practical information on the use of chemicals to answer the following four questions:
The program also covers new information on the new Global Harmonization labeling system.
- What am I working with?
- Can it hurt me?
- How do I protect myself?
- What do I do if something goes wrong?
Your Employees Will Learn:
- DVD (15 minutes, closed captioned, available in English and Spanish)
- Administrative Materials
- 5 Employee Handbooks
- Software Templates
- Overhead Templates in Microsoft® Word and PowerPoint
- How to identify the chemicals they are working with
- How to read labels on chemical containers, including instructions for interpreting the coloring and numbering system
- How to read a material safety data sheet, including the new 16-Part ANSI MSDS
- Hazard classification system, including FACTOR system (flammable and corrosive, toxic or reactive)
- Proper precautionary measures, including information on the use of personal protective equipment
- Proper storage of chemicals
- Emergency procedures
- Explanation of the OSHA Standard
- Step-by-Step Instructions for How to Develop Your Hazard Communication Program
- Code of Federal Regulations
- OSHA Requirements
- Written Program Development
- Hazard Communication Written Program
- Recordkeeping Forms