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GHS is already happening. Companies around the world are already deeply involved in compliance. But there is still much to be done before compliance is complete. While there may be slight differences in implementation country to country, basic requirements are the same worldwide.
Classification of Chemicals to HazCom GHS Criteria
Preparation of Labels with HazCom GHS Elements
Preparation of HazCom GHS Format Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Training Employees on New Label Elements and SDS Format
In most jurisdictions the unified GHS approach will be applied to the following products:
• Workplace chemicals
• Consumer chemicals (not in the USA at this time)
• Pesticides (not in the USA at this time)
• Products governed by the transportation of dangerous goods regulations (changes have already been completed in the USA)
The term "HazCom GHS" stands for Globally Harmonized System for classification and labeling of chemicals. It is an international agreement on a system to standardize the way hazardous materials are classified. First of a four-part series on GHS that will also include articles about who is affected, what must be done to comply, and when GHS will start.
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Just about anyone who has searched and shopped for safety cans to store flammables has learned there are two basic designs: Type I, and Type II. Don’t let that puzzle you. The difference is simple and easy to remember: Type I safety cans have a single opening; Type II safety cans have two openings.
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