Hazard Communication and GHS, IASP USA
OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HAZCOM) was first adopted in 1983 in the United States with limited scope (48 FR 53280; November 25, 1983). In 1987, the scope was expanded to cover all industries where employees are potentially exposed to hazardous chemicals (52 FR 31852; August 24, 1987).
OSHA revised it's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to align with the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) and published it in the Federal Register in March 2012 (77 FR 17574). In this course, participants learn why the new standard[ GHS] is important and what are the changes.
Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:
Understand OSHA’s hazard communication standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200.
Understand the new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS)
Classify Hazardous Chemicals
Label Hazardous Chemicals Properly
Work Safely With Chemicals
Protect and Guide their Colleagues
Medical Lab Technicians
Environmental Engineers & Scientists
Globally Harmonized System overview: Our course discusses why OSHA adopted GHS and compares HAZCOM 1994 requirements to the new version.
Labeling hazardous chemicals: It’s critical to understand the GHS labeling and pictogram requirements. You’ll also discover what chemicals need labeling and how to label them correctly.
Identities of these hazardous chemicals, associated health and safety hazards, and appropriate protective measures.
There is no final exam
Attendance is required only to pass the course
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Upon successful completion of the course, participants will receive:
Hazard Communication and GHS Certificate from International Association of Safety Professionals, North Carolina-USA.
Hazardous Materials Certificate from Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE.
Chemical Safety Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE.
Hazardous Chemicals Labelling Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE.
Working Safely Certificate from Al Danah Institute for Environmental Health and Safety, Abu Dhabi- UAE.
Ms. Michela is an expert in field of Occupational Health and Safety. In the last five years, she delivered various trainings to frontline teams and senior managers and helped them meet and exceed the required regulatory, corporate, and accreditation requirements related to Health & Safety, Quality & Environment.
She is a Technical Member of IOSH and Associate Member of IEMA.
She worked for the largest companies in the world including Twickenham Stadium and Wimbledon Tennis Club in UK.
Mr. Ayman is Health and Safety Specialist. He delivered +10000 hours- health and safety training successfully in UAE and Middle East.
Mr. Ayman is a bilingual trainer. He speaks English and Arabic Fluently.
His teaching style makes him one of the best Health and Safety Trainers in the Middle East.
He was rated 10/10 by our previously registered students and clients.
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This course is accredited internationally by IACET- International Association of Continuing Education and Training.
This course is accredited in United Arab Emirates by National Qualifications Authority (NQA) and the Vocational Education and Training Awards Council (VETAC) Via ACTVET.
This course is accredited internationally by American National Accreditation Board, ANSI.
Benefits of ANSI, IACET & ACTVET Accreditation
Finding a job
Even in the most uncertain economic conditions, employees who have completed continuing education credits will likely improve their marketability as a professional. Since continuing education programs provide specific career-related training, employers recognize the value of CEUs and are more likely to hire candidates that have been accredited over non-accredited candidates.
Professionals who decide to continue their education are establishing a commitment to their profession that will likely have them re-evaluate their strengths and weaknesses and look honestly at where they are and where they’d like to be. Employees who pursue continuing education credits may enhance their self-image in the process as they have a positive effect on how employers and other professionals perceive them.
Holders of the internationally accredited certificate have an upper hand when they apply for a job.
Hazard Communication and GHS Course is recognized globally.
WHAT our students SAY
“informative course and excellent conductors. I received great material to go over later.”
—Maitha Al Mazroui, Chemical Engineer