Confused About GHS?
New rules that went into effect Dec. 1, 2013 require your employees to be trained on the Globally Harmonized System chemical labeling requirements and safety data sheet format. Three more GHS phase-in dates will follow before the transition is complete. Grainger has the products, services and resources to help you cut through the confusion and comply with these hazard communication standards.
Webinar: The Time to Comply is Now.
GHS Standard Rule (PDF)
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Grainger's Kelli Baker gives an overview of GHS, what it means, and why training is an important first step.
Listen to Wes Maertz, Certified Safety Professional, talk about GHS and what Grainger can do to help you prepare.
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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
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Non-Sparking Tools to Comply with Hazcom Labeling
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Training & Services
Hazard Communication Program for General Industry
Hazardous Substances Plan for General Industry
Hazard Communication for Construction Program
Hazardous Substances Plan for Construction
Laboratory Safety Program
Policies and Procedures
Hazard Communication Policy
Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) for General Industry
Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) for Construction
Hazard Communications for General Industry
Hazard Communications for Construction
Hazard Communication Program
Hazard Communication: Employee Information and Training
Hazard Communication: General Requirements
Hazard Communication: Labels
Hazard Communication: Material Safety Data Sheets
Hazard Communication: Written Hazard Communication Plan
Hazardous Waste Operations
Online Training Courses
GHS: Understanding Safety Data Sheets?GHS: Understanding the New Labels
Hazard Communication for Construction Employees
Hazard Communication for General Industry Employees
Hazard Communication for Healthcare Employees
Hazard Communication for Laboratory Employees
Hazard Communication for Manufacturing Employees
Hazard Communication for Petroleum Industry
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