Hazard Communication (HazCom) training is nationally-required training in any US company. It describes worker and employer responsibilities with respect to hazards in the workplace. This is a 75-screen title with pictures of workplaces and examples of hazard communication. It includes: The standard requirements regarding availability of information in Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) and on labels, and the key information found in both, as well as written hazard communication plan, hazcom training requirements, labels and labeling secondary containers, warning signs, dangers of enclosed areas, and signal words. The information on labels depicts the types of labels available now and the new Global Harmonization System icons (see picture below) that is found increasingly in new labels, a process that began in the US in 2007.
- Languages: English, Spanish
- Education requirements: 0 years (spoken text option on all screens) using 9BUTTON (see evidence of education requirements in publications or cTRAIN description)