OSHA HazCom Rule Update: New OSHA Enforcement Actions You Need to Know
Recording Price: $199.00
(Includes Proprietary Materials)
In 2015 OSHA has released new instructions to inspectors on how they are to enforce the updated Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) for the Classification and Labeling of chemicals. HazCom is a top-cited OSHA standards and impacts all industries OSHA regulates. In this 60-minute webinar you will learn:
Where OSHA Inspectors are focusing enforcement action now
Training requirements for employees on the new standard
Critical changes to the MSDS format and labeling requirements
Tips for keeping your HazCom program compliant with the new standard
OSHA's New Enforcement Action of New HCS Requirements
Training & retraining required on the new labeling and SDS
Who's responsible for revising labels and SDS to the new format?
Key errors that trigger a citation and what inspectors will do
Compliance Guidelines for the Revised Hazard Communication Standard
How to read standard labels and Safety Data Sheet
Understanding new formats, pictograms & signal words
What you can do to keep your HCS program up to date
Understanding the Global Harmonized Standard (GHS)
Why US Companies are now required to use the GHS
How the GHS has changed HCS requirements
Employers new obligations under the GHS
Live Question & Answer Session - Have your specific HCS questions answered!
About The Speaker
Adele L. Abrams, Esq., CSMP is nationally recognized as a leading authority on occupational safety and health legal issues. She is an attorney who represents employers in OSHA litigation nationwide and is also a Certified Mine Safety Professional.
Ms. Abrams is a frequent author on safety, health and legal compliance issues, including writing columns in "Aggregates Manager" and "Pallet Central" magazines, articles in "Professional Safety" and "Compliance," writing for ASSE publications and co-authoring several books including the widely reviewed "Construction Safety Management and Engineering".
Ms. Abrams is a regular presenter at prestigious safety conferences like the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), where she specializes in providing real-world solutions to real-world problems.
OSHA released the final Hazard Communication Standard in 2012, and now in 2015 OSHA is telling inspectors where to concentrate enforcement actions. In this program you will learn specifically what inspectors are looking for, and steps you can take to ensure your facility is in compliance.