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HazCom, the GHS & You – E1515E (14 min.)

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1
Which statements on container labels explain the required measures for the safe handling of a chemical or mixture?
2
Which physical hazard pictogram is also known as the oxidizer pictogram?
3
A Safety Data Sheet is maintained for every hazardous chemical used onsite.
4
What is the only pictogram that can be used to represent either a physical or health hazard?
5
Which pictogram can be used to indicate that a chemical is damaging to the ozone layer?
6
Which signal word is used to represent the more severe hazards?
7
Which pictogram is also known as the irritant pictogram?
8
The written Hazard Communication Program is only available for management to review.
9
The GHS was developed by_______________.
10
Workers should make the container label their first resource for information about a chemical or substance.