Tag Archives: Globally Harmonized System

Reminder: The GHS Training Deadline Looms

Much of the “buzz” in the US Regulatory Community this year, at least as regards the area of Hazardous Communication, has been about a three letter acronym that may still be a mystery to many: “GHS.”  What does this acronym stand for, and how will it affect you and your company as it relates to

29 CFR 1910.1200, the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), and the Chemical Industry

When the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) revised the United States Hazard Communication Law (Ref: US 29 CFR 1910.1200) in May of 2012, it set off an avalanche of change in the Environmental, Health, and Safety (EH&S) circles of American industry.  Virtually every manufacturing and service industry will be involved in one aspect or

DGIS VIII Days 3 & 4: Wrap Up & Announcement for DGIS IX in Scottsdale, AZ!

Day 3: Thursday night attendees joined us for Labelmaster Fest in the Grand Ballroom where they visited stations enabling them to learn more about Labelmaster Packaging, Books, Labels & Software Solutions.

DGIS VIII Round Up: Day 2

Day 2 of the Dangerous Goods Instructors Symposium kicked off with Rhonda Jessop presenting “An occupation in search of a profession”.  Attendees are looking forward to hearing from Rob Donald & Leslie Hogan from the Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace as they discuss creating national dangerous goods standards to promote and develop a specialty

Early Highlights from DGIS VIII: Day 1

Title: Trainers and Radioactive Materials: What You Really Need to Know Presenter: Andy Ambrost – Ecology Services Content Overview: This year’s subject specialty is Class 7 Radioactive material.  From consumer commodities to medical equipment, Class 7 can’t be ignored

Labelmaster Webinars to Delve Into GHS Classification of Chemicals

While the first implementation date of the 2012 Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard ─ the employee training deadline on Dec. 1, 2013 – is more than a year away, there remains consternation among safety professionals as to how to understand and meet the new regulations, especially as it relates to the Globally

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