Kushner Plating School Adds Globally Harmonized System Labeling And Safety Data Sheet Training

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Effective this year, the Hazard Communication Standard for all facilities with hazardous materials must comply with employee training on the new GHS labeling and safety data sheets.

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The Kushner Electroplating School says that all English language seminar programs both live and on-line web based versions have been updated with new content supporting the Globally Harmonized System Labeling and Safety Data Sheet information.

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Effective this year, the Hazard Communication Standard for all facilities with hazardous materials must comply with employee training on the new GHS labeling and safety data sheets.



The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard was revised in 2013 and although importers and manufacturers of hazardous chemicals are not required to update all labeling of hazardous material until June 1, 2015, every owner/operator of industries using those hazardous materials is required to train employees about the new label changes as of this year, 2014.



“Attending one of our live seminars or completing the on-line version of Electroplating Know-How Basics web training program will provide our clients with the information necessary to comply with the new GHS regulations," said William Sepp, Program Director.



Kushner’s Spanish language seminars have also been updated with the new GHS information and the release of an on-line Spanish training program will be available shortly.



To learn more about Kushner’s GHS programming go to www.platingschool.com/KES/School/GHS.aspx