Duration: 1 Hour
Event Type: On Demand Webinar
With the globally harmonized system for hazard communication (GHS) implementation, all material safety data sheets (MSDS) need to be updated to safety data sheets (SDS) to be compliant under the HazCom 2012 guidelines. Even with guidance provided by the United Nations and OSHA, old material safety data sheets still exist, and up-to-date safety data sheets have oversights that do not follow the new guidelines. Safety data sheets that are not updated or inaccurate can have both costly and hazardous repercussions to the environment, businesses and workforce.
This webinar delivered by SafeTec, a Health & Safety Institute company, highlights the best practices to ensure your safety data sheets are compliant and follow the HazCom 2012 guidelines.
During webinar, you’ll learn more on:
- HazCom 2012 guidelines
- Best practices to ensure your safety data sheets are compliant
- Frequent mistakes that occur on safety data sheets
- Common questions that arise
Erin Ryan, Safety Data Sheet Author, SafeTec
Erin has worked within the EH&S industry for more than 13 years, having spent time in SDS authoring and chemical management for two leading chemical manufacturers, as well as having served in an outsourced authoring capacity for one of the world's largest authoring enterprises. With global SDS authoring experience, Erin has supported businesses of all sizes. She is an expert in GHS assessments and SDS/label preparation to the Purple Book standard, and is well-versed in international hazard communication and EH&S regulations across a myriad of industries.