This in-person, instructor-led OSHA course covers the basic elements of OSHA’s Hazard Communication (often referred to as HazCom) Standard as found in 29 CFR 1910.1200. This course is intended to familiarize the student with the basics of the recent revisions to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), including the 2012 revisions incorporating the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
CORE instructors are degreed and credentialed health and safety professionals with hands-on experience in all aspects of safety management serving large-scale construction, hospital renovation, manufacturing, industrial, demolition projects, and more. Our trainings can be held on a project site, at your office, or any location of your choice, and we are staffed to meet your training needs quickly to help you meet deadlines.
Why Take This Course?
Our experienced instructors tailor approaches to your organization’s needs and offer a high-caliber educational experience through interactive tools and innovative exercises. Our onsite courses move quickly and give attendees relevant, practical knowledge applicable to their area of expertise.
This course is intended for employees in all industries with limited exposure to hazardous chemicals and substances.
The On-Site OSHA Training Difference
While online training is a convenient option, instructor-led OSHA safety training offers benefits that will produce a greater long-term payoff, including:
- Knowledge Retention – When it comes to knowledge retention, nothing beats instructor-led training. The classroom provides a focused environment for learning that encourages participation and discussion.
- Personalized Learning – Experienced instructors tailor approaches and answer specific questions during the course of the training. Students also receive immediate feedback. If a particular section is confusing, too fast or too slow, the trainer can adjust the teaching plan to accommodate real-time feedback.
- Peer Learning – In a classroom setting, attendees can gain insight from others’ questions and learn from their peers as well as the instructor. This is also a great networking opportunity to meet and learn from others in a similar field or trade.
- Intro to Hazard Communication
- Background and Definitions
- Incorporation of GHS
- Hazardous Chemicals and Classification Basics
- Hazard Communication Responsibilities
- Manufacturers, Distributors, Suppliers, Importers
- Importance of Hazardous Chemical Inventory
- Hazard Communication Written Program
- Material Safety Data Sheets and Safety Data Sheets
- Information and Training
- Hazard Communication Checklist