Greenville, NC (PRWEB) October 28, 2013
The new HazCom GHS guidelines require businesses, where hazardous chemical compounds are present, to train their employees on changes the Globally Harmonized System introduces. Some businesses may not realize that they must comply with the new HazCom GHS. To help answer some common questions, LBA University has published another in a series of information articles. “The Countdown is On for Compliance with the New OSHA GHS Standard” is available at: http://www.lbagroup.com/blog/ghs-deadline-approaches/.
“The new HazCom GHS standard requires businesses, where hazardous chemical compounds are present to train their employees on changes the Globally Harmonized System introduced and it must be completed by Dec. 1, 2013,” said LBA University course director Bryan Dixon.
Companies storing, using or handling chemicals must provide workers with OSHA compliant HazCom GHS training before Dec. 1, 2013. These chemicals can include consumer grade adhesives, paints and cleaning supplies, just to name a few. Employers must train employees on the new label elements, which include pictograms, hazard statements, precautionary statements, signal words and the new SDS format.
For more information on the OSHA HazCom GHS requirements associated with the Dec. 1, 2013 deadline and compliant training opportunities offered by LBA University, call or email Bryan Dixon at: 252-757-0279, bryan.dixon(at)lbagroup(dot)com.
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LBA Group, Inc. has 50 years of experience in providing RF asset solutions and risk management for industrial and telecommunications infrastructure assets. The company is comprised of LBA University, Inc., providing on-site and online professional training; the technology consultancy, Lawrence Behr Associates, Inc.; and LBA Technology, Inc., a leading manufacturer and integrator of radio frequency systems, lightning protection, and EMC equipment for broadcast, industrial, and government users worldwide. The companies are based in Greenville, N.C., USA.