As a part of Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires pictograms on labels to alert users of the chemical hazards to which they may be exposed. Pictograms are for different purposes such as for labeling containers, workplace hazard warnings, transporting dangerous goods etc. These pictograms are one of the key elements to labeling containers under the GHS.
In this session, expert speaker Mark Kozak will discuss in detail each of the 9 GHS pictograms and the mandatory text required on labels and Safety Data Sheets for each pictogram. This program is intended for those already familiar with GHS and looking for a more detailed discussion of the pictograms and their requirements. Mark will provide a detailed PowerPoint presentation with several online resources you can use for further information.
Who Should Attend
Mark Kozak has been formulating products and bringing ideas to market since 1995 in various positions in the HI&I and consumer products marketplace. Mark has formulated products for use in the automotive, restaurant, industrial, institutional, plumbing, and building maintenance industries. Mark's education includes... More info