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OSHA HAZARD COMMUNICATION 2013. GHS: A WORLDWIDE SYSTEM FOR HAZARD COMMUNICATION. Goals & Objectives. Define what Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) is and its purpose. Explain the Global Harmonized System and how it effects HAZCOM. Review the four major components of HAZCOM. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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<ul><li><p>OSHA HAZARD COMMUNICATION 2013 GHS: A WORLDWIDE SYSTEM FOR HAZARD COMMUNICATION</p></li><li><p>Goals &amp; Objectives</p><p>Define what Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) is and its purpose.</p><p>Explain the Global Harmonized System and how it effects HAZCOM.</p><p>Review the four major components of HAZCOM.</p><p>Learn the new Pictograms &amp; understand Safety Data Sheets</p></li><li><p>Why Hazard Communication and Chemical SafetyChemicals are all around us every day.Chemicals can be:Corrosive.Reactive.Flammable. Explosive.Oxidizing.Inert.</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Why Hazard Communication &amp; Chemical SafetyIn many cases, the chemicals you may be dealing with at work are no more dangerous than those you use at home.</p><p>However, in the workplace:Exposure likely more oftenConcentrations likely higherLonger duration of exposure</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Purpose of the Hazard Communication Standard</p><p>To inform employees about hazardous chemicals they work with</p><p>Information provided through:Information on Chemical LabelsSafety Data SheetsTraining on Hazard CommunicationWritten HAZCOM Program</p><p>It is your Right to Know</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Four Major Parts</p><p>Written HAZCOM Program</p><p>Container Labeling Requirements</p><p>Safety Data Sheets</p><p>Employee Training</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Global Harmonized System is :</p><p>Standardizing chemical classifying and labeling on a global scale. </p><p>Internationally Comprehensible. </p><p>Provides consistent and simplified communications. </p><p>Improved labeling provides greater hazard awareness.</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>GHS IMPLEMENTATION DATES</p></li><li><p>Key Elements of Written HAZCOM ProgramChemical inventory list of all chemicals used in the workplace. Updated when new chemicals are obtained. </p><p>Obtaining Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for all chemicals within our inventory. </p><p>Method for ensuring all chemicals are labeled. </p><p>Employee training requirements. A COPY OF THE COMPANY WRITTEN HAZCOM PROGRAM IS AVAILABLE FOR YOU TO REVIEW IN OUR OFFICE</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Container LabelingNew labeling system being implemented over next few years </p><p>GHS Compliant</p><p>Pictograms are a key component you must learn</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Primary vs. Secondary LabelsPrimary Labels come from manufacturer.</p><p>GHS now mandates how these primary labels must appear.</p><p>Secondary Labels used when roofer places chemical into a smaller secondary container.</p><p>Examples include:gasoline cansspray bottles filled with membrane cleanerbucket full of paintEtc.</p><p>Secondary Labels must provide the same level of information to employees as primary labels. Best practice is to replicate the shipping primary labels.</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>There are six major primary label elements:Signal WordsHazard StatementsPrecautionary StatementsProduct IdentificationSupplier/Manufacturer IdentificationSymbols called Pictograms</p><p>Internationally Recognized Pictograms</p><p>MAJOR CHANGES IN HAZCOM 2012Primary Container Labeling</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Labels: Signal WordUsed to indicate the severity of the hazard and alert employees to the potential hazard.</p><p>Only 2 signal words will appear:DANGER(more severe hazard)WARNING (less severe hazard)</p><p>Not all labels will have a signal word. Some chemicals are not hazardous enough to require that a signal word appear on the label.</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Labels: Hazard StatementThere are specific hazard statements that must appear on the label based on the chemical hazard classification.</p><p>Examples:Flammable liquid and vaporCauses skin irritationMay cause cancer</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Label: Precautionary StatementsMeasures that should be taken to protect against hazardous exposures, or improper storage or handling of a chemical.Examples:Wear safety gogglesWear neoprene glovesWash with soap and waterStore in a well ventilated placeWear respiratory protection</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Label: IdentificationManufacturer &amp; Product identification</p><p>All six required label elements on new GHS compliant label. </p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Labels: PictogramsThere are 9 pictograms. Health Hazards Physical HazardsEnvironmental Hazards</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Labeling - Pictograms</p><p>Flame Over CircleFlame</p><p>Flame</p><p>Exploding Bomb</p><p>OxidizersFlammables Self-reactives Pyrophoric Self-heating Emits flammable gas Organic peroxides Explosives Self-reactive Organic peroxides</p></li><li><p>Labeling - Pictograms</p><p>Skull and Crossbones</p><p>Corrosion</p><p>Gas Cylinder</p><p>Acute toxicity (severe)Skin corrosion; burnsEye damageCorrosive to metalsGases under pressure</p></li><li><p>Labeling - Pictograms</p><p>Health Hazard</p><p>Exclamation Mark</p><p>Environmental</p><p>Carcinogen Respiratory Sensitizer Reproductive Toxicity Target organ toxicity Mutagenicity Aspiration toxicityIrritant Dermal sensitizer Acute toxicity (harmful) Narcotic effects Respiratory tract irritation Environmental toxicity</p></li><li><p>Sample Primary LabelItems in blue required GHS elements. </p><p>Sample Primary Label</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Unacceptable Secondary Labeling</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Acceptable Secondary Labeling Procedures. Minimize use of secondary containers, use primary.</p><p>Secondary label must effectively relay same information as primary. Best practice is to duplicate labels for products you often move into secondary containers. (one method is quicklable.com)</p><p>No label required if kept in full control of roofer and used in same shift.www.quicklabel.com</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety Data Sheets (SDS)Previously known as Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)</p><p>GHS new term is SDS. </p><p>Prior MSDSs had very little standardized format which led to confusion. </p><p>All SDSs will have a consistent 16 section format with consistent terminology </p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety Data Sheets (SDS)You will receive specific training on the chemicals you work with through safety meetings, tool box talks, and on the job by your foreman. </p><p>Safety Data Sheets are always available. </p><p>Ask your foreman should you wish to review them. </p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) SDSs contain all 16 Sections in specific order:</p><p>Section 1 - Identification:Product IDManufacturer name, address, phone numberEmergency phoneRecommended useRestrictions on use</p><p>Section 2 - Hazard identification:All hazardsRequired label elements</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) Section 3 - Composition:Chemical name, synonymsCAS numberPercentage of ingredientsTrade secret claims</p><p>Section 4 - First aid:Required treatment for each route of exposureAcute (immediate) symptoms, effectsImmediate, special treatments</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) Section 5 - Fire fighting:Extinguishing techniquesExtinguishing equipmentHazardous combustion productsEquipment, precautions for firefighters </p><p>Section 6 - Accidental release:Personal precautionsProtective equipmentEmergency proceduresContainment and cleanup methods</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) Section 7 - Handling, storage:Safe handlingSafe storageIncompatible materials </p><p>Section 8 - Exposure control, Personal protection:Permissible exposure limits (PELs)Threshold limit values (TLVs), other exposure limitsEngineering controlsPersonal protective equipment (PPE)</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) Section 9 - Physical, chemical properties:Chemical appearanceOdor, odor thresholdPhysical properties (pH, flash point, flammability limits, vapor pressure and density, auto-ignition temp., decomposition temp., viscosity, etc.)</p><p>Section 10 - Stability, reactivityConditions to avoidIncompatible materialsHazardous decomposition products</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) Section 11 - Toxicological information:Routes of exposureImmediate, chronic effectsToxicity dataCarcinogenicity </p><p>Section 12 - Ecological information (non-mandatory):Eco toxicityBiodegradability</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) Section 13 - Disposal considerations (non-mandatory):Waste descriptionWaste handling, disposal</p><p>Section 14 - Transport information (non-mandatory)DOT shipping name, hazard class, packing groupUN number</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Safety data sheet (SDS) Section 15 - Regulatory information (non-mandatory):Product-specific safety, health, environmental regulations </p><p>Section 16 - Other information:Date of SDSs preparation or last revision</p><p>Overview</p><p>What is Global Harmonized System (GHS)</p><p>Written Program</p><p>Container LabelingSignal WordsHazard StatementPrecautionary StatementIdentificationsPictogramsSample LabelSecondary Labeling</p><p>Safety Data Sheets16 ElementsKey Terms &amp; definitions</p><p>Summary</p></li><li><p>Key Terms &amp; Definitions Flashpoint: The lowest temp. at which a liquid produces enough vapor to ignite.</p><p>Flammable: Any substance easily ignited and quick burning including liquids with a flashpoint under 100 degrees Fahrenheit. </p><p>Toxic: Any substance (alone or via chemical reaction) able to cause harm/injury to the body thr...</p></li></ul>

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