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HAZCOM - Safety Plans, Videos & Training

We recommend the following OSHA safety plans, videos, and training programs to help make your company compliant with the required OSHA Government standards for Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) in the workplace.

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  1. Benzene Written Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance

    Benzene Written Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance

    Regular Price: $149.95

    Special Price: $99.00

  2. Carcinogen Safety Online Training for OSHA Compliance
  3. Complete OSHA Safety Training Program Library - Includes 79 Editable Courses
  4. Dealing with Hazardous Spills Video

    Dealing with Hazardous Spills Video

    Regular Price: $274.80

    Special Price: $229.00

  5. Flammable and Combustible Liquids Written Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance
  6. GHS Construction Compliance Package

    GHS Construction Compliance Package

    Regular Price: $687.00

    Special Price: $595.00

  7. GHS Container Labeling in Construction Video

    GHS Container Labeling in Construction Video

    Regular Price: $269.00

    Special Price: $229.00

  8. GHS Container Labeling Video

    GHS Container Labeling Video

    Regular Price: $269.00

    Special Price: $229.00

  9. GHS Hazard Communication Written Safety Plan for OSHA Compliance
  10. GHS Regulatory Compliance Package

    GHS Regulatory Compliance Package

    Regular Price: $807.00

    Special Price: $595.00

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About HAZCOM (Hazard Communication) Safety Training for OSHA and NIOSH Compliance

Hazard Communication - OSHA Standards 29 CFR 1910.1200 This Osha requirement is designed to protect the worker from the many forms of hazardous chemicals we come into contact with across the spectrum of industry. It established requirements for manufacturers and producers foreign or domestic to make sure that the hazards are communicated to those who would come in contact with them in any capacity. The new updated standard includes "GHS" or Global Harmonized System, ensure a more uniform identification of the types of chemical, and the danger they present. The employer must make the OSHA written plan available to employees, and must provide training. Annual training is not mandated but is up to the emplyer to keep his employees up to date and retrain when conditions or chemicals in use are changed. This also includes training them to understand SDS "Safety Data Sheets"