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These programs explain how employees can work safely with chemicals by understanding the key elements of your organization's Hazard Communication program.  Routes of entry, chemical manufacturer labels, NFPA and HMIS labels, MSDS sheets and written communication programs are all discussed.

What's Wrong with This Picture? GHS & HAZCOM
Product Code: WWP

There are an estimated 880,000 hazardous chemicals used in the workplace. Hundreds of new ones are introduced every year. This tremendous volume places over 40 million workers in situations of potential exposure to one or more chemical hazards.
Hazard Communication, the GHS & You
Product Code: HCGY

This program features four real-life scenarios that underscore the importance of being able to quickly obtain health, safety and hazard information related to hazardous chemicals and substances in the workplace.
A safety trainer describing the new OSHA HazCom standard called the Global Harmonizing System or GHS
The Global Harmonization System
Product Code: GHS

OSHA has modified the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to adopt GHS!  Implementing the Globally Harmonized System, or GHS, helps ensure improved quality and consistency in the classification and labeling of all chemicals, which in turn improves an employee's ability to quickly understand critical safety information.
Overview Safety Training Video on HAZCOM
2021 Overview Series: Hazard Communication
Product Code: OVHC

Topics include the Global Harmonizing System, signal words, hazard and precautionary statements and pictograms that represent physical and health hazards.
Dealing with HAZMAT Spills
Product Code: HZMT

If spills of hazardous materials occur in the wrong place at the wrong time, the result can be a disaster. However, the worst-case scenarios can be prevented when employees understand how to respond correctly if a HAZMAT spill occurs.
Example of Material Safety Data Sheets or MSDS, a key component of the Hazard Communication Program
Hazard Communication Training for Employees
Product Code: HZCTE

This program explains how employees can work safely with chemicals by understanding the key elements of your organization's Hazard Communication Program.
The ghost of a worker who recently died when he was overcome by a hazardous chemical spill
Hazard Communication: Behind the Scenes
Product Code: HZCBS

The host of this entertaining program is the ghost of a worker who recently perished when he was overcome by a chemical he accidentally spilled. He has returned to the workplace on a mission to help other employees work safely with hazardous substances.
A lack of hazard communication training leads to the injury of industrial workers in this example
High Impact: Hazard Communication Training
Product Code: HZCH

Filled with re-creations of actual accidents from OSHA files, this film has proven to be a highly effective training tool through its scared-straight, graphic nature.
A manager training an employee on their Hazard Communication Program and the Right to Know law
Hazard Communication: Right To Know
Product Code: HZCRK

Hazardous substances in the workplace can cause injuries ranging from slight skin irritations to cancer to birth defects. The key to working safely with these chemicals is having all pertinent information about their hazards readily available.
Examples of the MSDS, PPE, GHS pictograms and hazardous chemical containers to familiarize workers
HAZCOM: Employee Training
Product Code: HZC

This program discusses the key points contained in the employee training section of the Hazard Communications Standard. The viewer will learn the safe work procedures for handling hazardous materials.
CAL / OSHA: Hazard Communication
Product Code: COHC

Hazardous chemicals can be found in most workplaces across a variety of industries and protecting workers from exposure can prevent injuries and illnesses. You must be trained and know what each chemical in your place of work does and how it can affect you should you come in contact with them even if you do not come in contact with them on a daily basis.