Injury & Illness Prevention Program / Hazard Communication Program
MFASC CONTINUING EDUCATION SERIES
INJURY & ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM / HAZARD COMMUNICATION PROGRAM
INJURY & ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM
This training seminar will cover the requirements CCR Title 8, GISO 3203, that requires every
business in California to have a written Injury & Illness Prevention Program latest changes in
HAZARD COMMUNICATION PROGRAM
On March 26, 2012, OSHA modified the Hazard Communication Standard to align with the United Nations Global Harmonization System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals to increase the quality and consistency of information regarding chemical hazards and the associated protective measures in the workplace.
Workplace Labeling and Other Forms of Warning. Each container of hazardous chemicals in the
workplace shall be labeled, tagged, or marked with the following information:
1. Product identifier;
2. Signal word;
3. Hazard statement;
5. Precautionary statement(s);
6. Manufacturer Information;
MSDS ARE NOW SAFETY DATA SHEETS. Each SAFETY DATA SHEET shall be in English and shall contain at least the following section numbers and headings, and associated information under each heading in the order listed.
WHAT’S NEW WITH PROP 65 WILL BE COVERED TOO
$150 for Member Company and $350 for Nonmember Company.
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