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8 HazCom Mistakes You May be Making … And How to Fix Them!


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2/17/22 12:00 pm to 2/17/22 1:00 pm CST

Event Description

OSHA’s standard on hazard communication (1910.1200) is one of the agency’s most frequently cited standards, and it’s easy to see why. With this multifaceted standard, mistakes can be made in so many ways. First, the standard applies differently depending on whether you’re an employer, chemical manufacturer, importer or distributor. And it gets more detailed from there. You must identify hazardous chemicals that employees are exposed to in the workplace, ensure proper labeling and accompanying Safety Data Sheets, make SDSs accessible to employees, and inform and train employees on how to protect themselves from the hazards of the chemicals they work with.

During this webinar, we’ll look at:

  • Eight common mistakes you may be making
  • Addressing issues we hear about every day, including secondary container labeling
  • What to do about mixtures
  • Who needs training
  • What exceptions apply
  • And much more

A Q&A session will follow the event, so bring your questions.


Rachel KrubsackRachel Krubsack, Editor – EHS, J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.

Rachel contributes to a variety of workplace and environmental safety-related products and services. She writes a monthly newsletter on OSHA safety training, answers questions from subscribers and contributes content for other publications, including Safety Management Suite. Rachel’s topics of expertise include hazard communication, hearing conservation, training requirements, bloodborne pathogens and emergency action plans.

Derick PlowdenDerick Plowden, Editor – EHS, J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.

Derick is an editor for J. J. Keller’s content and consulting services. He writes for the monthly newsletter HazSafety Training Advisor, responds to customer questions and contributes content for several publications. Derick specializes in topics such as construction regulations, ergonomics, hazard communication, personal protective equipment and injury/illness recordkeeping.


Barry BottinoBarry Bottino, Associate Editor, Safety+Health magazine

Barry covers worker safety for Safety+Health.



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