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New Hazard Communication and Global Harmonized System

   

OSHA Record Keeping


Day 1 - Thursday, September 20th, 2012, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM CDT

Course Description:

OSHA has had a Hazard Communication regulation in place since 1986. This standard is typically among the top 5 violations cited by OSHA Inspectors when they visit a workplace. In 2012 Congress enacted sweeping changes to the Hazard Communication Standard, including incorporation of the Globally Harmonized system of Chemical classification. This new standard affects all segments of industry, whether they use, manufacture, or distribute chemicals.

This seminar will explain the requirements of the new Hazard Communication Standard and compare the old requirements with the new requirements. Examples of how the new requirements will be implemented, along with a time line for implementation will be presented. Attendees will be able to explore the requirements of the updated regulation and determine how to best apply it in their business.

Who will Benefit:
  • Manufactures and Shippers
  • Safety Directors
  • HR Personnel
  • Managers
  • Personnel Responsible for preparing SDS sheets
  • Chemical users

   
Day 2 - Friday, September 21st, 2012, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM CDT

Course Description:

Whether one likes it or not, OSHA plays an important role in the day to day activities of most businesses. Employers wish to comply with OSHA to provide a safe workplace for their employees. They also want to avoid fines and the problems that come about as a result of those fines. It is not always easy to understand the intricacies of some OSHA regulations, such as the updated OSHA Injury and Illness reporting requirements.

During this seminar we will cover the requirements of the regulation, highlight the changes and explain how to better understand the requirements of the regulation so as to avoid fines and penalties. We will also provide practical examples and hands on activities so that attendees can apply the lessons of the seminar to real life situations.

Who will Benefit:
  • Safety Managers
  • HR Personnel
  • Managers
  • Worker Compensation Professionals
  • Company Executives




New Hazard Communication and Global Harmonized System

   

OSHA Record Keeping


Day 1 - Thursday, September 20th, 2012, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM CDT

Course Outline:
  • Introduction of participants by participants and Goals
  • Description of Globally Harmonized System
  • Advantages of changing to GHS
  • Comparison of old and new Hazcom Regulation
  • Techniques for hazard communication
  • Written Hazard Communication Plan
  • Definitions that have been added, deleted, modified in the new Hazcom standard
  • Meaning of Hazard Classification and how classifications are determined
  • Bridging Principles
  • Review of new SDS format - 0.5 hour
  • Participant  hands on exercise

   
Day 2 - Friday, September 21st, 2012, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM CDT

Course Outline:
  • Introduction of participants by participants and Goals
  • Introduction and background of Record Keeping Regulation
  • Review of the Regulation, 29 CFR 1910.1200, Hazard Communication
  • Differences of OSHA reporting Requirements and  Worker's Comp reporting
  • Reporting Requirements: When to report and how
  • What is Medical Removal? How is it determined?
  • How to determine if the injury is work related?
  • Filling out Injury and illness forms, including the annual summary
  • Tracking injuries, illnesses and lost work time
  • Calculating injury and illness rates
  • Case Studies by participants - Case studies looking a various scenarios that need to be determined as to whether they classify as workplace injuries and how lost time may be affected




Meet Your Instructor

Dr. Kenneth S. Weinberg
B.A., M.SC. Ph.D.

Kenneth S. Weinberg, B.A., M.SC. Ph.D. has over thirty years of experience in health and safety. He has been an independent consultant for more than ten of those thirty years. He has also worked as the Director of Safety at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, as well as an Industrial Hygienist for the VA Medical Centers of Brockton and West Roxbury. Dr. Weinberg has been a speaker at many conferences, has taught college courses in his fields of expertise and has written several books, most notable “The Hospital Safety Director’s Handbook”. Dr. Weinberg brings with him years of practical experience in dealing with OSHA and regulatory issues.




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