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Hazardous Communication Training

All employees who work with hazardous chemicals must receive training to become knowledgeable about the potential hazards of the chemicals they use and how to properly handle these chemicals. The on-line training session provides general information about working with chemicals. More specific training must be provided by the supervisor or department in which each employee works.

The session will examine the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, how to use the information found in material safety data sheets (MSDSs) and looks at the labels and signs commonly used.

The Hazardous Communication Program, Hazardous Waste Disposal Procedure and Chemical Spill Procedure can be reviewed in the Policy and Procedures section of the website.

 

Who should complete the course?

Mandatory for all employees who work in areas where hazardous chemicals are stored and used.

 

Click here for the on-line Hazard Communication Training.

 

Click here to take the Hazard Communication Quiz.