Globally Harmonized System

Describes and illustrates new system for chemicals labels


The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) training describes the labeling convention used in Europe and now being introduced in the US.  It is described in a 129-screen title that includes information, examples and movies at companies where the labeling is being used. The second topic describes labels and hazard descriptions related to the corrosion pictogram.  You are guided by Industrial Hygienist Dede Montgomery.

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This training has not been tested in a setting that allows an evaluation of what or how much is learned from this training, but it employs the educational principles used in other cTRAIN projects.

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