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Title: Hazard Communication / GHS


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Hazard Communication / GHS
Presented By The Sustainable Workplace Alliance
David A. Casavant, CFM LEED AP
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  • Hazard Communication Standard
  • Adopted in 1983
  • Covers 43 Million Workers
  • 5 Million American Workplaces
  • Over 880,000 Chemicals
  • Went into effect May 25, 2012
  • Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
  • of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals

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Whats Included in HAZCOM / GHS?
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  1. Written Plan
  2. Training
  3. Labels
  4. MSDS / SDS
  5. Chemical Inventory

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OSHAs Roll-Out Schedule
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GHS Labeling Requirements Primary Container
Product/Chemical Identifier
Precautionary Information
Signal Word
Hazard Statement(s)
Pictogram(s)
Supplier Info
Figure 2
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Figure 3
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Secondary Containers
Product identifier (name) and  words, pictures,
symbols, or combination thereof, which provide at
least general information regarding the hazards
of the chemicals 
AKA Portable Container / Workplace Labels
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GHS Labeling Requirements Workplace Container
Product/Chemical Identifier
Pictogram(s)
Acetone Danger Highly Flammable
Causes severe eye irritation
Figure 4
general information regarding the hazards of the
chemicals 
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Product/Chemical Identifier
Acetone Highly Flammable Causes
severe eye irritation
general information regarding the hazards of the
chemicals 
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Product/Chemical Identifier
Pictogram(s)
Acetone
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Correct or Incorrect?
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Correct or Incorrect?
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Correct or Incorrect?
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Correct or Incorrect?
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Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS)
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1. Identification 2. Hazard(s) Identification 3.
Composition / Ingredient Information 4. First Aid
Measures 5. Fire-Fighting Measures 6. Accidental
Release Measures 7. Handling and Storage 8.
Exposure Control / Personal Protection 9.
Physical Chemical Properties 10. Stability
Reactivity 11. Toxicological Information 12.
Ecological Information 13. Disposal
Considerations 14. Transport Information 15.
Regulatory Information 16. Other Information
Figure 1
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3M Epoxy Adhesive DP-100Section 4 First Aid
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Avantor AcetoneSection 4 First Aid
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3M Epoxy Adhesive DP-100 Section 7 Handling
and Storage
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3M Epoxy Adhesive DP-100 Section 8 Personal
Protective Equipment
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  • Chemical List
  • Chemical Name
  • Where Used
  • Where Used
  • Retained for at least thirty (30) years.

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David A. Casavant, CFM LEED AP david_at_sustainablewp
.org www.the-OSHA-Advisor.com
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