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Globally Harmonized System Compliance

Your employees are trained.
Now what?

You’ve made it past the December 1, 2013, deadline, and your employees can now read and interpret the new chemical labels and SDSs. That’s great. So what happens next? In 2015, more deadlines are coming. And that means 2014 is the year to get ready.

Important Dates -Globally Harmonized System
Still Need Training?
Meet the Experts

Meet Kelli Baker, Grainger Safety Specialist. In this video, Kelli gives an overview of GHS, what it means, and why training is an important first step.

Watch Meet the Expert Video - Meet Kelli Baker

Meet the Experts

Listen to Wes Maertz, Certified Safety Professional, talk about GHS and what Grainger can do to help you prepare.

Watch Meet the Expert Video - Listen to Wes Maertz

What you need for GHS Compliance

Let us help you prepare your facility for GHS with training materials, identification products and services that will help keep your hazard communication program up–to–date and compliant with the new rules.

Training Materials & Kits

Training from some of the most respected safety training brands in the industry.


Identification Products


Non-Sparking Tools to Comply with Hazcom Labeling

Online Services

Grainger Online SafetyManagerSM

These online training tools can help you meet the 2013 GHS training requirement (online or in the classroom). You’ll get access to new Safety Data Sheets, updated HAZCOM written programs, general HAZCOM training and more.

GHS Hazard Communication Online Training Service

This online training course can help you meet OSHA’s December. 1, 2013 training requirement deadline for training your employees on the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) label elements and updated safety data sheet (SDS) formats.

GHS Hazard Communication Online Training Service

MSDS/SDS Complete

Get on-demand access to a suite of tools that help you to build and maintain a complaint, electronic SDS library.

MSDS/SDS Complete

Learn More

Get even more details about GHS and the products you can use to improve your hazard communication program.