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ClickSafety OSHA HazCom Advanced Online Training Course

5 New OSHA HazCom Courses! Updated with GHS!

Apr 18, 2014

5 New OSHA HazCom Courses! Updated with GHS!

ClickSafety has released 5 NEW Hazard Communication (HazCom) courses that fully incorporate OSHA's 2012 GHS Revisions to the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS).

This newly revised Hazard Communication Standard curriculum, which consists of 5 HazCom courses, including two in Spanish, that ClickSafety has developed to incorporate OSHA's latest updates to the HCS, including the new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) that ALL WORKERS should already have been trained on by December, 2013.

Awareness courses are 25-minutes. Advanced courses are 60-minutes.


Frequently Asked Questions:

Q. I work in an office. Do I need to take HazCom training? Which course should I take?

A. The appropriate course for you would be the “Hazard Communication Awareness” course, which is intended for employees with only limited exposure or potential exposure to hazardous chemicals and substances.

Q. I recently took the GHS course. Do I now have to take the new HazCom course?

A. No, if your exposure has not changed and you have previously taken compliant HazCom training. However, GHS training is not sufficient to cover HazCom, so you would need HazCom training if you haven’t already completed it.

Q. I completed the old HazCom training last year. Do I need to take the new HazCom course or can I just take the GHS course instead?

A. You should be able to take one of the GHS courses. If you took an awareness course, take the “Globally Harmonized System: The Basics” course if your exposure has not changed. If you took the advanced course, then you should take the “Introduction to Globally Harmonized System” course. Or, if you prefer, you can take one of the new Hazard Communication courses at the appropriate level.

Q. I am not sure which Hazard Communication course I should take. How do I decide?

A. If you have only limited exposure or potential exposure to hazardous chemicals and substances you can take the Hazard Communication Awareness course. If you routinely work with and/or are otherwise exposed to hazardous chemicals you should take the Hazard Communication Advanced course. If you are a supervisor or manager overseeing employees with routine exposure or that may otherwise be exposed to hazardous chemicals in the workplace, you probably should take both the advanced course and the supervisor/manager course.

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