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This comprehensive Globally Harmonized System Training course is designed for all industries that have employees exposed to hazardous chemicals. This training is relevant to many trades and types of personnel that encounter chemicals in their workplaces.
Your low group rate (5 or more) is only $39 per person!
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You are liable for fines if workers are untrained when OSHA visits – and HazCom violation fines
in 2013 averaged $6,000! Don’t wait another day, sign your employees up to train online now!
OSHA estimates that more than 32 million workers are exposed to 650,000 hazardous chemical products in more than 3 million American workplaces. This exposure is a serious problem for employers and their employees.
In order to ensure that employers and employees know the identities and hazards of chemicals in their workplaces, OSHA requires that a HazCom hazard communication program be established in accord with its Hazard Communication Standard or “HCS”.
The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals or “GHS” is a new international approach to chemical hazard communication, providing agreed criteria for classification of chemical hazards, and a standardized approach to label elements and safety data sheets.
OSHA has recently revised its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to align with the new Globally Harmonized System (GHS). To address the training requirements for this change in OSHA standards, LBA University has developed a convenient and comprehensive online worker learning tool which explains the Globally Harmonized System and related HazCom hazard communications requirements.
Included bonus training in “Considerations for Working around Chemicals” highlights important information aimed to help protect your workers, while training them on upcoming changes. LBAU includes this bonus training in one single on-line course to save you money and worker time!
HazCom GHS Training
LBA University has created the HazCom GHS training course to provide a high quality learning experience. The course content is supported by the skilled LBA University training staff. Bryan Dixon is course director. He is an OSHA-certified safety instructor with two decades of industrial, construction and fire safety training experience.
All LBAU on-line courses are designed as full-featured interactive professional learning experiences. Students can log on and off anytime and proceed at their convenience. If they do not finish it in one sitting, they can log back on and pick up where they left off within 30 days. To help the student with content clarification or understanding, LBA University course instructor access is available by email.
Pre-tests and content recycling at the end of course modules ensure mastery and retention even for personnel unfamiliar with the Hazard Communication Standard environment. Course completion enables one to take a comprehensive HazCom GHS Training test.
On successful completion of course content and exam, each worker is awarded a personal Certificate of Completion valid for one year. This printable certificate (also e-mail accessible) is automatically generated. Student completion is also reported to the designated administrator.
Course Administrator & Sign Up
Your course administrator can purchase any number of log-ins, based on the number of personnel you wish to train. Your administrator has access to reporting of student performance and certification status. Each student is given individual web access to the system. Training availability is 24/7 through internet-connected computer, tablet, or smartphone; providing the administrator flexibility in scheduling the worker’s training time.Certification often may be completed in less than one hour!
Your low group rate is just $39 per person for this professional level training. An individual rate of $49 is available for fewer than five enrollees.*