Hazard Communication 2012 (Employee Right-to-Know). AEI Safety Training Program 2013. Employee Right-to-Know.
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Obtain a copy of the standard.
Read and understand the requirements.
Used for more severe hazard categories.
A category 1 corrosive which causes serious eye damage would carry the danger signal word.
Used for less severe hazard categories.
A category 3 flammable liquid and vapor would carry the warning signal word.
When are pictograms required?
“Immediate Use” means the hazardous chemical will be under the control of and used only by the person who transfers it from a labeled container and only within the work shift in which it was transferred. Container cannot be left unattended for any length of time.
Remember GHS hazard
class 1 is the greatest hazard.
GHS class 4 is the lesser
class 4 is the greatest hazard.
NFPA/HMIS class 1 is the
If there is no label or I cannot read the label what do I do?
Both labels must identify the chemical name and hazards. Information available via SDS.
Note: On these labels, 4 is greatest hazard!
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