Creative Safety Supply Releases New OSHA GHS Labeling Training Free Guide

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In an attempt to create an internationally-accepted standardization for labeling and classifying chemicals, The United Nations has enacted a Global Harmonized System (GHS), and this simple free guide is designed to illustrate and explain the symbols within this complex multi-national safety program that will soon be incorporated into OSHA compliance regulations.

New GHS Labeling Guide

GHS Labeling Guide

The sound management of chemicals should include systems through which chemical hazards are identified and communicated to all who are potentially exposed.
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The new free guide from Creative Safety Supply helps to understand GHS, the global harmonization system for the classification and labeling of hazardous liquids, enacted by the UN. It was conceived to be a way to create a unified and understandable way for many different countries to discern hazardous materials despite potential language and other communication barriers through the use of color-coded pictograms, is an extensive program that some may find difficult to understand.

Like the other free training materials offered from the industrial supply company, Creative Safety Supply, this GHS guide is designed to quickly demonstrate the main important points of the GHS by breaking the system down into step-by-step illustrations with the appropriate annotations where applicable. It will quickly help people get "up-to-speed" and educate company employees and material handlers about potential health hazards.

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