Employers have a legal responsibility to communicate the toxic and hazardous chemicals workers are exposed to during their job duties. This is a clear mandate from the Worker Protection Standard, but exactly how companies comply can be confusing. Various standards or hybrid approaches are still quite common as companies attempt to use their legacy systems and somehow comply with updated GHS guidelines. The good news is that with a bit of help the Hazard Communication system is designed to be simple – and to clearly communicate hazardous chemicals to your teams in an easily understandable way. Participants in our Hazard Communications Training will be able to understand their existing system, identify specifically what needs to be updated in terms of their SDS, secondary container labeling and periodic reviews.