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Subject: GHS Webinar part 3 of 3

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Part 3: Implementing Your New Hazard Communication Program
DATE: Thursday, January 12, 2012
TIME: 2:00PM ET / 11:00 AM PT
About this Webinar

OSHA is publishing its overhauled Hazard Communication standard. Now it=92s time to update your program to comply! During the webinar, you=92ll learn about:
=95 IMPORTANT EDITS you need to make to your written hazard communication program
=95 UPDATING your chemical inventory and safety data sheets
=95 HOW TO LABEL your vessels, tanks and containers correctly
=95 EFFECTIVE TRAINING for your workforce

Why do I need Globally Harmonized System Training? 

OSHA is expected to publish its revised 1910.1200 Hazard Communication standard this August or very shortly thereafter. The standard will incorporate most elements of the United Nation=92s Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), and will create a new single, universal format for hazard communication.  This GHS training webinar series will teach you the required new way to manage, handle and ship virtually all potentially hazardous chemicals.

About the Primary Presenter: Tom Campbell, Brady Corporation

Tom Campbell is the Global Safety & Compliance Manager for Brady Corporation, a company that specializes in the education, design and implementation of important safety compliance programs across a variety of industries. Tom is a member of ASHE and VPPPA and has more than 20 years experience educating and developing solutions for industry regulatory compliance, safety and security concerns.

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