Introduction|Safety Data Sheets and Container Labels|Toxins, Corrosives, and Irritants|Flammables, Combustibles, and Gases|Carcinogens and Radiation|Exposure Situations|Personal Protective Equipment and Storage|Spills and Clean-up|Review
Building and construction sites must be carefully managed to mitigate the risk of personal injury. In addition to the potential for physical strain and equipment misuse, potentially hazardous chemicals also exist in your working environments. OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard mandates all employees must be made aware of the hazardous chemicals in their workplace and be provided with certain details including chemical labeling and training about their rights. This Video On Demand training helps you fulfill your employee training requirements by presenting a complete view of HazCom standards in a program designed to be consistent with OSHA guidelines. A trainer’s guide to enhance your on-site employee training efforts also accompanies this comprehensive video course.