Workers who are exposed to these chemicals have both a right and a need to know about and understand the hazards of the chemicals they use, as well as recommended protective measures. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates that over 40 million workers in more than five million workplaces are affected by the Hazard Communication Standard.
Join us for a comprehensive overview of the six steps for developing and implementing an effective hazard control program and the impact that global harmonization has had on the process. It is time to take control of hazard communication.
Sally J. Smart has more than 25 years of applied environmental, health and safety experience. She is currently a Technical Safety Specialist for W. W. Grainger, Inc. Prior to joining Grainger, Sally was the Director of Quality, Regulations and Safety for two chemical manufacturers and compressed gas packagers. She is a Board Certified Safety Professional® (CSP), OSHA – 30 hour trained for both Construction and General Industry, an OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer for General Industry and MSHA Part 46 and Part 48 5000-23 certified.