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This is high quality, high detail, GHS Course – 4 Hours – from the CPWR –
http://www.cpwr.com. Those people are fantastic. This is the PowerPoint, Instructor Manual, and Student Manual.
Click Links Below for Documents:
GHS Haz Com – PowerPoint
GHS Haz Com Instructor Manual – 4 Hour Course
GHS Haz Com Student Manual
Free wallet card from OSHA on GHS – to be handed out after training. Card has a QR Code that can be scanned for additional information.
: Click Here for Card GHS Wallet Card
Below are training requirements, QuickCards for label, SDS’s, and pictorgrams. Both English and Spanish – and from OSHA, so these are free to use, print, etc.:
Click below for documents:
GHS Training Requirements
QuickCard – Chemical Labels Spanish
QuickCard – Chemical Labels
QuickCard – Data Sheet Spanish
QuickCard – Pictograms
QuickCard – Pictograms Spanish
GHS Wallet Card – Great card that can be issued after training – there is a QR code that will open a link for additional information.
Special thanks to commenter Seth, who alerted me to this app. Completely free, that has 1910 and 1926. I currently do not know if this is available for Android.
The app downloads the regs (about 32 meg), so it can be used without a connection.
Note – it has worked on my iPhone 5 but there are issues on my iPad. I will update if I learn anything. Also, if anyone knows if this is on Android, let me know and I will update this post.
Thanks again Seth:
Here is the app link:
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Most of us have seen this, but they have upgraded their search features to drill down to specific items for specific exposures. Easier to find what is needed:
Excavation, Eyes, Fall Prevention, Falls, GHS, Hazard Communication, Heat, Ladders, PPE, Safety Programs, Silica, Training Materials, Trenching |