PREVENTING EXPOSURES TO WORKPLACE CHEMICALS WEBINAR
When: Monday, October 19 @ 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm
REGISTER HERE
Co-Sponsored by PhilaPOSH and WEC

Employers must protect their workers from exposure to hazardous chemicals used for cleaning and disinfection. Employers should be aware that common sanitizers and sterilizers could contain hazardous chemicals. Where workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, employers must comply with OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard (in general industry, 29 CFR 1910.1200), Personal Protective Equipment standards (in general industry 29 CFR 1910 Subpart I) and other applicable OSHA chemical standards. Employers have a responsibility under OSHA’s HazCom Standard to educate and train employees about the chemicals they work with and how to protect themselves from any potential hazards.

Join us for a virtual workshop as we discuss: OSHA’s HazCom standard Assessing chemical hazards and understanding safety data sheets Who Should Attend? Labor/Management health and safety committee members and professionals, supervisors, risk managers, union representatives, employers including small employers, workers who work with chemicals, workers in high hazard industries such as healthcare and chemical plants. Participants are limited – register by October 18, 2020. Please use form below.  Questions? Contact Cecelia Leto, Project Director, WEC at (609) 882-6100 ext. 308 or email: cgilliganleto@njwec.org.

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