Right to Know and the Globally Harmonized System

Classification and Labeling of Chemicals and its impact on Auto Dealerships

Since 1985 OSHA/MIOSHA has required all employers to comply with the Right to Know Law. These requirements are aimed at harmonizing the hazard communication systems from around the globe to provide uniformity of identification of hazardous chemicals and appropriate warnings to end users.

This seminar will detail what the globally harmonized system is, the five basic elements of the system and how they affect dealerships. Templates for required communication pieces, as well as safety data sheets are included in course materials.