TPC offers safety training on recent regulation changes in order to deliver up-to-date and relevant content to its clients," said Andrew Kauser. “GHS is an essential training topic because it standardizes the way industry communicates on a global scale.
Buffalo Grove, Illinois (PRWEB) September 25, 2012
TPC Training Systems adopts a complete GHS training series, further enhancing its extensive safety-training library. This new series will standardize the way chemical safety information is recorded, anywhere in the world.
The standard contains criteria for the classification of health, physical and environmental hazards. It also specifies which information should be included on the labels of hazardous chemicals. Employees who study the GHS series will be able to classify and label chemicals at any plant, which is a valuable skill.
“TPC offers safety training on recent regulation changes in order to deliver up-to-date and relevant content to its clients," said Andrew Kauser, President, TPC Training Systems. “GHS is an essential training topic because it standardizes the way industry communicates on a global scale.”
TPC’s GHS training materials were created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's newly adopted GHS regulations. The following topics are currently available as booklets, video/DVD format, and in interactive CD-ROM.
GHS safety training topics include:
- Container labeling
- Regulatory compliance
- Safety data sheets
For additional information about the Globally Harmonized System of Hazard Communication and TPC Training Systems visit http://www.tpctraining.com. You can also contact us at 800-837-8872.
About TPC Training Systems: TPC Training Systems is a division of Telemedia, Inc. a privately held company, with headquarters in Buffalo Grove, IL. A leader in industrial skills and safety training, TPC offers a variety of products and services to support clients’ technical and safety skills development needs. TPC’s self-study manuals, eLearning programs, and instructor-led training classes have been used at more than 40,000 client sites globally to train over 3.5 million skilled workers.
Contact: Evan McKenzie, Marketing Assistant, 847-808-4000