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The Hazard Communication Standard (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200) was established to provide employees with information about the hazardous materials they produce, handle, store, and use in the workplace. To facilitate compliance with this regulatory requirement and educate our employees on workplace chemical hazards, the Corporate HSE Department has developed an online HAZCOM training. This training is mandatory for all employees working with chemicals (not including office supplies and consumer chemicals) and employees who could be potentially exposed to chemicals.


Please note that the HAZCOM standard has recently been updated to align with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).  The current training edition addressed the changes. For more information please visit the relevant US OSHA webpage.


In order to pass, you will need to review all training materials and answer correctly 80% of the quiz questions at the end of the training. Safety Department will issue your HAZCOM certificate upon completion of the training and passing of the quiz. The result will be recorded in our online database automatically. You will have an option to review your answers and correct answers.


Please enter your email address in the User ID field and forward the auto email generated at the end of the quiz to your safety coordinator!



HAZCOM 2013 Training


HAZCOM 2013 Training Presentation (MS PowerPoint)

HAZCOM 2013 Quiz

In addition, site-specific training is required on safe handling, toxic effects, and exposure prevention/control techniques for workplace hazardous substances (as specified in the training package presented).  At least annual refresher is required on site-specific portion of this training. Chemical-specific training should be provided each time a new chemical is introduced.

HAZCOM Compliance Checklist for Management and HSE Coordinators Review

  1. Obtain a copy of the standard.
  2. Read and understand the HAZCOM requirements.
  3. Assign responsibility for HAZCOM tasks.
  4. Prepare an inventory of chemicals.
  5. Ensure containers are labeled. 
  6. Obtain SDS for each chemical.
  7. Prepare written program.
  8. Made SDSs available to workers.
  9. Conduct training of workers. 
  10. Establish procedures to maintain current program.
  11. Establish procedures to evaluate effectiveness.    



This page was last edited on 05/03/2013