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Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is Here - What Minnesota Companies Need to Know

Members are asking about training for the new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of chemicals, or GHS. In May, MNOSHA informed federal OSHA of its intent to adopt the revised standard (29 CFR Part 1910.1200) with some exceptions. Part 1910.1200 contains language indicating that ionizing and nonionizing radiation and biological agents are not covered. MNOSHA concurs, but to avoid confusion will not adopt the federal exceptions because they are covered under Minnesota Employee Right-to-Know (ERTK). In addition, while the new 1910.1200 will require retraining, MNOSHA will retain its annual training requirements under Minnesota ERTK for all chemicals, physical agents and infectious agents. Learn what you need to know in our new half-day class.

BONUS: All participants will receive a CD suitable for employee training.
Length: Two and a half hours

CANCL'D Apr 11, 2014
GLOF-2870
Time: 8:30 - 11:00 a.m.
Where: Minnesota Safety Council Resource Center
Instructor: Jan Fedora
Members: $135.00 / $119.00
Nonmembers: $165.00

Faculty

Jan Fedora    
Safety Council Staff
Jan Fedora has worked with the Minnesota Safety Council for over 20 years as an Occupational Safety and Health Consultant. She has also served on the Panel of Advisors, Governor’s Awards Committee, taught at the Minnesota Safety & Health Conference, and conducted training with companies throughout Minnesota on OSHA standards, ergonomics, bloodborne pathogens, management skills, and HR issues, among others. Jan has a business degree from Augsburg College and a Secondary Teaching Certificate from Dakota County Technical College.
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