The Right-to-Know refers to workers’ rights to information about chemicals in their workplaces. The federal law that provides these rights is the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). Private-sector employers must provide chemical information to their workers under the OSHA standard.
In addition to providing HazCom training your employer will have a HazCom program that identifies Five elements on how they plan to keep the most valuable asses which is their employees safe.
What are the five key elements in the OSHA Hazcom standard:
This Hazard Communication (HazCom) training program is designed to provide workers, supervisors and managers that routinely or periodically work with hazardous chemicals the required training and information to ensure their safety and the safety of others when handling chemicals. This training is applicable to Employers and Employees in nearly all places of employment, including Construction, General Industry, Manufacturing, Service and Transportation.
Any personnel who are employed with companies that manufacture, distribute, transport hazardous materials or use in the workplace.
Certification & Revalidation
Successful candidates will receive a certificate upon completion. A written exam is administered to evaluate student retention of information. Revalidation is required as per industry demand
Held at the Houston Training Center or on customers site.
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