Upcoming Webinars Help Ease Concerns Around Complex Hazardous Chemical Compliance Tasks

While the phase-in period for OSHA's first alignment with GHS might be over, your obligations are not. Getting and staying compliant with HazCom is vitally important, especially given its top ranking on OSHA’s most frequently cited standards list and the Agency’s continued penalty increases. And with OSHA currently planning to revise the HazCom standard to align with Revision 7 of the GHS, you may need to be prepared for new changes to come. All of this proves it’s more important than ever to understand the nuances of HazCom compliance and best practices to keep your workers safe.

Still need help? VelocityEHS will host two upcoming webinars aimed at educating safety professionals on the latest issues and trends in chemical compliance. Each live webinar – hosted by EHS experts –offers information and advice on a variety of topics to help reduce risk in the workplace and stay in compliance with evolving regulations.

GHS/HazCom: Maintaining Compliance and Preparing for Future Changes
Tuesday, August 13, 2019 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (ET)

During this webinar we’ll help bring you up to speed with important HazCom topics including:

  • Changes to OSHA's HazCom standard following the first alignment with GHS
  • HazCom requirements for shipped labels, SDSs, and workplace container labeling systems
  • Recent and ongoing regulatory activity surrounding the standard, including proposed future alignments with GHS Revision 7
  • Best practices for ensuring compliance

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OSHA's Lab Standard: How to Create an Effective Chemical Hygiene Plan
Tuesday, August 27, 2019 from 11:00 am - 12:00 pm (ET)

This webinar will discuss the applicability of the Lab Standard and the fine points of both creating and implementing a written Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP). We'll also discuss the nuances of complying with both the HazCom and Lab Standards, and special challenges for laboratories, such as labeling very small workplace containers like test tubes and vials. You'll leave this webinar with a better understanding of:

  • The applicability of the lab standard
  • CHP requirements
  • Safety best practices for the lab
  • Training and employee monitoring/industrial hygiene considerations
  • HazCom/GHS adoption
  • Label and safety data sheet requirements and challenges

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If you can’t attend the live webinars, make sure to visit the MSDSonline Webinar Page to view our free on-demand course options.

 Let VelocityEHS Help!

Our MSDSonline Chemical Management solutions streamline enterprisewide hazard determination, employee Right-to-Know access, labeling, safe chemical handling, and more through a variety of products and service options to make adopting and adhering to GHS changes faster and easier. Our award-winning MSDSonline HQ and HQ RegXR Accounts provide 24/7 access to the industry’s largest database of SDSs, employee Right-to-Know compliance via multi-language site-specific search interface, and feature built-in GHS workplace labeling capabilities, including workplace label integrations with Brady, Avery and Graphic Products DuraLabel printers. Other GHS/HazCom solutions include the SDS/Chemical Management Mobile App, On-Demand Training Courses, SDS Authoring, Regulatory Consulting Services, and on-demand compliance education via the Enviro and Safety Tool Kits.

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