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Chemicals and OSHA - Not a Toxic Combination (CHM650T)

Presented by: Kristi A. Davidson
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Event Description
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Understand the New OSHA Regulations and the New Hazard Communication Standards For Manufacturing and Handling of Hazardous Chemicals.

OSHA a.k.a. the Occupational Safety & Health Administration has adopted hundreds of pages of regulations mandating a host of requirements, many of which relate to the safe manufacturing and handling of hazardous chemicals. In 2012, in order to align the United States with the Globally Harmonized Systems of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) recommended for international implementation, OSHA adopted changes to its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS). The new HCS places increased demands on manufacturers, distributors, importers and anyone who uses hazardous chemicals in the work place. Recognizing these increased demands and the effort it will take to implement them, the new HCS requirements call for several "phase in" periods, with the second phase taking effect June, 2015. The prior HCS gave workers the "right to know," while the new HCS gives workers the "right to understand." To facilitate worker understanding, company executives and trainers must delve deep into the new requirements, identifying the areas where the "old ways" are no longer acceptable to regulators and additional resources are required.

This program by speaker Kristi A. Davidson will help chemical manufacturers, distributors and importers as well as companies and individuals who use or are exposed to chemicals in the workplace understand the OSHA regulations, with particular emphasis on the new HCS.

Session Highlights:

During this program, participants will:

  • Examine OSHA regulations directed at the distribution and use of hazardous chemicals;
  • Explore the changes to hazard classifications;
  • Study the new label and pictogram requirements mandated by the HCS;
  • Investigate the Safety Data Sheet format (replaced MSDS);
  • Consider ways to develop and deploy effective Hazard Communication Programs; and
  • Learn about recording and reporting obligations.

Tips and Takeaways:

Don't reinvent the wheel! At the end of this program you will have expanded knowledge, tools and resources to:

  • Revise your labels and warnings;
  • Create a conforming SDS;
  • Improve your Hazard Communication Program;
  • Track workplace incidents; and
  • Be on track toward establishing a compliant work place.

Who Should Attend

  • Chemical manufacturers
  • Chemical distributors and importers
  • Chemical plant owners/managers
  • Companies whose workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals
  • HR personnel
  • Compliance & Safety Officers
  • Directors of Risk Management
  • General Managers
  • Operations Managers
  • Continuous Improvement Managers
  • In-house counsels
  • Regulatory affairs personnel
About Our Speaker(s)

Kristi Davidson | Legal Regulatory SpeakerKristi A. Davidson
Kristi Davidson is a trusted legal advisor who has been partnering with companies for more than 15 years to manage their legal and business risks, to find and seize profitable opportunities, to comply with government regulations, and to improve operational efficiencies.  Kristi counsels companies on brand protection, ... More info

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