Sudden Safety Consultants
Sudden Safety Consultants

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Sudden Safety Consultants

2473 Frederick Douglas Blvd

(btwn 132nd & 133rd Streets)

New York, NY  10027

 

PHONE:  (646) 797-9481

EMAIL:   SuddenSafety2@aol.com

FAX:      (866) 277-9342

 

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GLOBALLY HARMONIZED SYSTEM (GHS)

NEW HAZARD COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS

 

This class contains the minimum required topics for GHS training that must be completed by December 1, 2013. Each class is 4 hours to ensure employees understand the new label and SDS formats. Students who shall receive an immediate Wallet Card for trainees to proudly display upon completion of the course. Trainees MUST attend all 4 hours in order to receive a Completion Certificate. Group sessions available.

 

Course Duration:    4 Hours



Prerequisite:           Valid I.D.

 

Current Fee:           $75 per person

 

Available in English and Spanish. Sudden Safety Consultants cannot be responsible for any participant who does not have full reading and comprehension of the language of the course. A valid government issued picture ID that matches the name on the Registration Form is required. All courses must be paid online or in person in advance of training.

 

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In 2003, the United Nations (UN) adopted the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). The GHS includes criteria for the classification of health, physical and environmental hazards, as well as specifying what information should be included on labels of hazardous chemicals as well as safety data sheets. The United States was an active participant in the development of the GHS, and is a member of the UN body established to maintain and coordinate implementation of the system.

 

This training is needed now since workers are already beginning to see the new labels and SDSs on the chemicals in their workplace.

 

We also cover the following OSHA General Requirements per:

Housekeeping - Subpart C

General Industry 1917.15

Construction Industry 1926.25

Personal Protective Equipment

General Industry – Subpart I

Construction Industry – Subpart F

 

 

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