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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 7

Hazard Communications & GHS/SDS for the Workplace

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS training video.

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 8

Hazard Communications & the Globally Harmonized System

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that  is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

 

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 10

Formaldehyde Awareness

Breathe easy with a better understanding of working safely around Formaldehyde. This course provides information on the history and production of formaldehyde as well as its uses, sources, exposure regulations, the types of formaldehyde, and the effects of exposure to formaldehyde gas.
Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1048: Formaldehyde

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 11

Hazardous Materials and Flammables Safety

This program will focus on safety when working with hazardous materials and flammables. It will provide information on the types of hazardous materials and the environment in which they can be used and stored safely. Employees working with hazardous and flammable materials and who deal with Fire triangles – UEL, LEL, Flashpoints, etc. –  will gain much from this program.

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 12

Flammables and Combustibles

Hair spray, spray paint, gasoline and cleaning solvents are both flammables and/or combustibles. Misuse of these items cause fires and health hazards. This program discusses the types of flammable and combustibles with an emphasis on safety. Plus, how to store, use, handle, proper labeling and disposal of flammable and/or combustible materials.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 13

Hazardous Material Spill Cleanup

Hazardous material can endanger your health or life and of others. Plans and preparations, along with practiced response to spills, should be done in advance of an emergency. This program will cover kinds of hazardous materials and how to handle spills and clean up safely. Different types of cleanup procedures as well as emergency actions to be taken when a leak / chemical spill occurs are covered in this training program.

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 14

Shipping of Hazardous Material

Shipping of hazardous materials is a big responsibility. There have been many disasters and lives lost due to improper shipping of hazardous materials. The goal of this program is awareness of hazardous materials and the proper shipping procedures. Designed to meet training requirements involving the shipment of hazardous materials. An excellent basic course for shippers of hazardous materials.

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 15

HAZWOPER NFPA Hazardous Material Labeling ID

The National Fire Protection Association (N.F.P.A.) system is used for identifying hazardous material containers. The N.F.P.A. method of labeling is designed to aid firefighters. It allows them to quickly identify hazards. This program explains the coding of the N.F.P.A. system. Defines and stresses the importance of understanding NFPA signs and placards.

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 16

Environmental Regulations of Chemical Materials

Most companies that deal with hazardous chemicals have many ingredients – emergency response plans, safety planning and medical plans. These plans require a strong commitment from top management. This program discusses the ingredients of a chemical safety program.

Overview of basic risk management program for companies using hazardous chemicals. Reviews regulations relating to hazardous chemicals.

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 17

Chemical Safety

This program is designed to help the viewer understand more about chemicals and chemical safety. Topics include types of chemicals, how chemicals enter the body, basic safety tips.

Educates employees who use, handle, store and dispose of chemicals in the workplace. Meets the general requirements for employees who use small amounts of chemicals on a daily basis. (

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 18

Indoor Air Quality

Most people are aware that outdoor air pollution fan damage their health, but may not know that indoor air pollution can also have harmful effects. Indoor levels of many pollutants may be 25 times and occasionally more than 100 times higher than outdoor levels. This program discusses health issues and cost of indoor air pollution. Explains how employees and management can improve indoor air quality.

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 19

Asbestos Awareness

Dispel some of the common myths about asbestos by educating your team about Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) and how to work safely around them. This course describes the most common types of asbestos as well as the hazards asbestos may present. It provides an overview of the history of asbestos use, exposure limits, detection, prevention, and regulation.

It also covers some of the potential effects of long-term exposure including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma.

Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1001: Asbestos

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 20

Asbestos Building Inspection

Asbestos is derived from a Greek adjective meaning inextinguishable. It was referred to as the miracle fiber. However, asbestos is a severe health hazard. It is no longer wise, economical or healthy to use asbestos. This program is a brief overview of the many concerns of asbestos identification and removal. For Building Inspectors – various techniques involved in asbestos inspections. (Producer: Digital 2000)

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 21

Asbestos Safety Awareness

This video explains what asbestos is, where it is found and what everyone can do to reduce their exposure to this cancer causing substance. Since asbestos can be found at work, home, schools and many other structures, it is especially important for all of your employees to be trained about this hazardous material.

This short program shows that although asbestos can be found in many older structures, you can still avoid exposure.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 8

Hazard Communications & GHS

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 23

How to Comply with the New GHS Hazcom Program

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 24

Fire Prevention and Chemical Training (5-Minute)

Topics included are fire prevention techniques, flammable chemical safety and the proper way to store compressed gas cylinders. The Program is intended to assist employers to comply with OSHA training requirements. Fire prevention and proper response is extremely important and should be taken seriously by everyone in the workplace.

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package deal 5 safety training videos

Package Deal—5 Safety Training Videos

The perfect starter kit for your company’s safety video library!

–Basic Employee Safety Responsibilities: Safety Orientation
–Manual Material Safe Lifting and Back Injury Prevention
–Fire Extinguisher Training and Fire Prevention
–Hazard Communications Training for the Workplace
–Forklifts and Powered Industrial Truck Training

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GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 7

Hazard Communications & GHS/SDS for the Workplace

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS training video.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 8

Hazard Communications & the Globally Harmonized System

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that  is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

 

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 10

Formaldehyde Awareness

Breathe easy with a better understanding of working safely around Formaldehyde. This course provides information on the history and production of formaldehyde as well as its uses, sources, exposure regulations, the types of formaldehyde, and the effects of exposure to formaldehyde gas.
Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1048: Formaldehyde

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 11

Hazardous Materials and Flammables Safety

This program will focus on safety when working with hazardous materials and flammables. It will provide information on the types of hazardous materials and the environment in which they can be used and stored safely. Employees working with hazardous and flammable materials and who deal with Fire triangles – UEL, LEL, Flashpoints, etc. –  will gain much from this program.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 12

Flammables and Combustibles

Hair spray, spray paint, gasoline and cleaning solvents are both flammables and/or combustibles. Misuse of these items cause fires and health hazards. This program discusses the types of flammable and combustibles with an emphasis on safety. Plus, how to store, use, handle, proper labeling and disposal of flammable and/or combustible materials.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 13

Hazardous Material Spill Cleanup

Hazardous material can endanger your health or life and of others. Plans and preparations, along with practiced response to spills, should be done in advance of an emergency. This program will cover kinds of hazardous materials and how to handle spills and clean up safely. Different types of cleanup procedures as well as emergency actions to be taken when a leak / chemical spill occurs are covered in this training program.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 14

Shipping of Hazardous Material

Shipping of hazardous materials is a big responsibility. There have been many disasters and lives lost due to improper shipping of hazardous materials. The goal of this program is awareness of hazardous materials and the proper shipping procedures. Designed to meet training requirements involving the shipment of hazardous materials. An excellent basic course for shippers of hazardous materials.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 15

HAZWOPER NFPA Hazardous Material Labeling ID

The National Fire Protection Association (N.F.P.A.) system is used for identifying hazardous material containers. The N.F.P.A. method of labeling is designed to aid firefighters. It allows them to quickly identify hazards. This program explains the coding of the N.F.P.A. system. Defines and stresses the importance of understanding NFPA signs and placards.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 16

Environmental Regulations of Chemical Materials

Most companies that deal with hazardous chemicals have many ingredients – emergency response plans, safety planning and medical plans. These plans require a strong commitment from top management. This program discusses the ingredients of a chemical safety program.

Overview of basic risk management program for companies using hazardous chemicals. Reviews regulations relating to hazardous chemicals.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 17

Chemical Safety

This program is designed to help the viewer understand more about chemicals and chemical safety. Topics include types of chemicals, how chemicals enter the body, basic safety tips.

Educates employees who use, handle, store and dispose of chemicals in the workplace. Meets the general requirements for employees who use small amounts of chemicals on a daily basis. (

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 18

Indoor Air Quality

Most people are aware that outdoor air pollution fan damage their health, but may not know that indoor air pollution can also have harmful effects. Indoor levels of many pollutants may be 25 times and occasionally more than 100 times higher than outdoor levels. This program discusses health issues and cost of indoor air pollution. Explains how employees and management can improve indoor air quality.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 19

Asbestos Awareness

Dispel some of the common myths about asbestos by educating your team about Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) and how to work safely around them. This course describes the most common types of asbestos as well as the hazards asbestos may present. It provides an overview of the history of asbestos use, exposure limits, detection, prevention, and regulation.

It also covers some of the potential effects of long-term exposure including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma.

Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1001: Asbestos

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 20

Asbestos Building Inspection

Asbestos is derived from a Greek adjective meaning inextinguishable. It was referred to as the miracle fiber. However, asbestos is a severe health hazard. It is no longer wise, economical or healthy to use asbestos. This program is a brief overview of the many concerns of asbestos identification and removal. For Building Inspectors – various techniques involved in asbestos inspections. (Producer: Digital 2000)

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 21

Asbestos Safety Awareness

This video explains what asbestos is, where it is found and what everyone can do to reduce their exposure to this cancer causing substance. Since asbestos can be found at work, home, schools and many other structures, it is especially important for all of your employees to be trained about this hazardous material.

This short program shows that although asbestos can be found in many older structures, you can still avoid exposure.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 8

Hazard Communications & GHS

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 23

How to Comply with the New GHS Hazcom Program

Chemicals are a big part of everyday life, both at home and in the workplace. We all use cleaners, detergents, solvents, pesticides and many other chemicals on a daily basis. We put gasoline and oil in our vehicles, and sunscreen on our skin. Chemicals are present in cosmetics, shampoo, and even the some of the food we eat. It has never been more important to communicate the dangers of chemicals in the workplace than today and that is why we created this MSDS/SDS training video.

Learn More or Order »
GHS / Chemicals / HazCom 24

Fire Prevention and Chemical Training (5-Minute)

Topics included are fire prevention techniques, flammable chemical safety and the proper way to store compressed gas cylinders. The Program is intended to assist employers to comply with OSHA training requirements. Fire prevention and proper response is extremely important and should be taken seriously by everyone in the workplace.

Learn More or Order »
package deal 5 safety training videos

Package Deal—5 Safety Training Videos

The perfect starter kit for your company’s safety video library!

–Basic Employee Safety Responsibilities: Safety Orientation
–Manual Material Safe Lifting and Back Injury Prevention
–Fire Extinguisher Training and Fire Prevention
–Hazard Communications Training for the Workplace
–Forklifts and Powered Industrial Truck Training

Learn More or Order »