1 This material was produced under grant SH SH6 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, US Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the US Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the US government. OSHA s Hazard Communication Standard & the Globally Harmonized System Revised! Health Workers Working Healthy District 1199C Training & Upgrading Fund
3 Learning goals: Hazard Communication Standard (HAZCOM) and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) 5 Parts to HAZCOM What Changed in HAZCOM 2012? Understanding and Using Safety Data Sheets Worker Rights and Protections under OSHA
4 1. What is the HAZCOM Standard? HAZCOM is an OSHA regulation that requires employers to protect workers from the hazards of chemical products Covers more than 130 million workers Covers more than 8 million workplaces Sometimes called Right-To-Know Law
5 What is the Globally Harmonized System (GHS)? GHS is the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals Groups hazardous products together into new classifications or categories, according to the type of hazard.
6 Class Discussion What should be included in a Hazard Communication/ Right-to-Know law that provides information to workers about hazardous chemicals?
7 2. Five Parts to HAZCOM 1. Written HAZCOM Plan 2. Understandable HAZCOM Training 3. Understandable Labels and Warning Signs 4. Up-to-date Inventory of Chemicals and Products 5. Detailed Safety Information: Safety Data Sheets
8 What Changed in HAZCOM 2012? Each hazardous product has to be sorted into a hazard category. Each hazardous product has to be labeled according to the TYPE OF HAZARD it presents to workers. Final date for HAZCOM/GHS changes is December 2016 By December 2015, product labels and safety data sheets must be updated New information must include: Pictograms Hazard Statements Precautionary Statements Signal Words All covered later in presentation
9 HAZCOM includes Written HAZCOM Plan Each employer must write a detailed plan describing how the HAZCOM law will be followed Workers have legal right to see and read the Hazard Communication Plan
10 HAZCOM Safety Training Employer Responsibilities: Training on revised HAZCOM rules, labels, SDS formats and pictograms HAZCOM training is still required when employees are first hired HAZCOM training is still required whenever workers get new assignments or tasks: Use a new chemical Do a non-routine job that involves chemical use
11 Up-to-Date Inventory of Chemicals and Products Workplace must be surveyed and each product must be included on a Chemical Inventory list. List includes amount & location of product Revised Yearly Kept Up-to-date!
13 Labels must include: Name of product (what is it?) Warning Pictogram HAZARD type Signal Word Hazard Statement Precautionary Statement Name, address, phone number of manufacturer/ responsible party
14 Updated Labels If new product information comes in, the Label must be updated within SIX MONTHS. New ingredients New hazards New precautions
15 Label examples nametoxiflam (Contains XYZ) signal word WARNING! hazard statement HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED, FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOR precautionary statements Do not taste or swallow. Do not take internally. Wash thoroughly after handling. Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Keep container closed. Use only with adequate ventilation. FIRST AID If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting unless directed to do so by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. Keep out of reach of children manufacturer information My Company, My Street, My Town NJ hour emergency phone number Tel
16 Label must identify product NAME (identity) of the product What is it?
17 Label includes new Hazard Pictograms Special symbols indicate how the product is classified into a specific hazard category Special symbols pictograms match widely used symbols found all over the world ( Globally Harmonized ) Red border, diamond shape
18 Specific Hazard Pictograms District 1199C Training Fund HWWH SH SH6
19 Gas Cylinder Gases Under Pressure May Explode if Heated
20 Corrosion Causes Severe Skin Burns & Eye Damage May be corrosive to metals
21 Exploding Bomb Unstable Explosive Fire, Blast, Projection Hazard Mass explosion hazard Heating may cause explosion
22 Exclamation Mark Harmful if Swallowed Harmful in contact with skin and eyes Harmful if inhaled Causes serious eye irritation May cause respiratory irritation May cause allergic reaction/ Sensitizer
23 Health Hazard May cause allergy, asthma or breathing difficulties if inhaled May cause genetic defects May cause cancer May damage fertility or the unborn child Damages/ targets organs
24 Skull and Crossbones Acute Severe Toxicity Fatal or Toxic if Swallowed Fatal or Toxic in Contact with Skin Fatal or Toxic if Inhaled
25 Flame Extremely Flammable Gas or Aerosol Flammable Solid Catches Fire Spontaneously if Exposed to Air In Contact with Water, Releases Flammable Gas which Ignites Spontaneously
26 Flame Over Circle May Cause or Intensify Fire Oxidizer May Cause Fire or Explosion
27 Environmental Toxin Optional Sign! Poisons Water Kills Plants Kills Life in Rivers, Streams, Ocean
28 REMEMBER: DO NOT use products that were transferred from one container into another one, with a different label DO NOT use products with the wrong label (or no label at all.) You don t know what you are using!
29 Signal Words Indicate Level of Danger DANGER Severe Hazard WARNING Hazardous, but not as severe
30 Hazard Statements: How the product can hurt you Toxic if swallowed Fatal if swallowed Fatal in contact with skin Harmful in contact with skin Causes severe burns and eye damage Causes skin irritation May cause genetic defects May cause allergic skin reaction
31 Precautionary Statements: HOW to protect yourself when using the product: Contaminated work clothes must not be worn out of the workplace Do not get in eyes, on skin or on clothing Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product Wear protective gloves/clothing Wear eye and face protection Do not breathe dust, fume, gas, mist, vapors, spray
32 Manufacturer Contact Information Who made the product? Manufacturer Importer Responsible Organization or People Name and Address must be Current & Accurate 24 Hour Phone number must work!
33 New! Detailed Safety Information on the Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
34 Safety Data Sheet MSDS now called SDS There STILL has to be an SDS (and a label) for every single product on the Chemical Inventory List.
35 **Safety Data Sheets must ALWAYS be available to you for the whole time you are at work, on every shift, in every department and area. **Safety Data Sheets must be stored in an obvious & easy to reach location at work **These requirements have not changed since the HAZCOM law was promulgated
36 What s changed on the new Safety Data Sheets? SDS now have 16 sections 12 of them are mandatory Sections have to be in specific order SDS information must match the product label and provide more detail
37 16 Sections of the SDS Section 1: Product and Company Information Section 2: Hazards Section 3: Ingredients Section 4: FIRST AID Section 5: Fire Fighting Section 6: What to Do for Accidental Spills
38 Sections of the SDS Section 7: Safe Handling & Storage Section 8: PPE Personal Protective Equipment and Exposure Controls Section 9: Physical and Chemical Properties Section 10: Stability and Reactivity Section 11: Toxicology (how the product can make you sick) Sections 12-15: non-mandatory Section 16: Date that the SDS was written or last revised
39 Sections of the SDS: Non-Mandatory Sections do not have to be included on the SDS sheet. They are optional. Section 12: Ecological Information How product harms the environment Section 13: Disposal Considerations How product can be thrown out safely Section 14: Transport Information Safety precautions to take when shipping Section 15: Regulatory Information Other relevant laws about this product
40 USING Safety Data Sheets Section 1 Identification Product Name, Common Names Manufacturer Contact Information Emergency 24 hour phone number Recommended use of chemical What is it used for? What does it do?
41 Section 2: Identifying Hazards Pictograms (symbols of hazard class) Signal Words Hazard and Precautionary Statements (just like on labels!) Tells Workers How They Could Be Hurt
42 Section 3: Composition, Ingredients Chemical names and synonyms CAS numbers Chemical Abstract Numbers Registry of chemical and short safety information for every chemical substance known
43 Section 4: First Aid Measures What to do if the product injures you Organized by routes of exposure Inhalation, Ingestion, Skin or Eye Contact Most important symptoms and side effects to look for Signs of acute or chronic exposure Immediate medical care recommendations Emergency Response Actions
44 Section 7: Handling and Storage } How to handle the chemical safely } Information about incompatibility What NOT to mix it with
45 Section 8: Exposure Controls and Personal Protective Equipment OSHA PELS Chemical Permissible Exposure Limits Engineering controls to minimize exposures Personal Protective Equipment Remember! If the SDS recommends Personal Protective Equipment, you have the right to request and use it!
46 Section 9 Physical and Chemical Properties What the chemical looks and smells like Physical information about the chemical Flammable - at what temperature it will burn? Volatile how quickly is it absorbed into the air, becoming a gas or mist? Melting point Flash point
47 Section 11: Toxicology Includes information about: How ingredients can damage your health How ingredients can injure different body systems and target organs Legal and recommended exposure limits how much exposure is safe
48 Not all chemicals are equally hazardous Longer exposure time? more hazardous Stronger concentration? more hazardous
49 SDS Exercise: Diversey Floor Stripper Answer these questions together: Section 2: Why are there three pictograms in this section, and why are two of them the same? There are two pictograms (corrosive and respiratory irritation) for the undiluted product. There is one pictogram (corrosive) for the product that is diluted with water when mixed.
50 SDS Exercise: Diversey Floor Stripper Answer these questions together: Section 2 and Section 4: What parts of your body are most at risk when using diluted floor stripper? What should you do if you get exposed? Your eyes and skin are most at risk. The diluted product causes skin irritation and serious eye damage. You need to rinse your eyes out for at least 15 minutes if exposed. You need to rinse your skin; and remove and change clothing. Don t wear exposed clothing again until it has been laundered.
51 SDS Exercise: Diversey Floor Stripper Answer these questions together: Section 8: What PPE must you wear when working with diluted floor stripper? Chemical splash goggles Chemical resistant gloves
52 SDS Exercise: Diversey Floor Stripper Answer these questions together: Section 9: What does this product smell like? Cherry Almond Solvent
53 What should you do if you react badly to a chemical or product? Eyes or Skin? FLUSH with lots of clean water CHECK THE LABEL or SDS SHEET! GET MEDICAL ASSISTANCE: TAKE a copy of the SDS or the label with you when you go see a healthcare provider REPORT YOUR PROBLEM to your supervisor, and/or to someone in Human Resources GET MEDICAL DOCUMENTATION: GET a note from your healthcare provider to document that you have an allergy or sensitivity to the product or to a specific ingredient OTHER RESOURCES: If you have an Occupational Health Dept. or Safety Office, let them know about your sensitivity to the product or ingredient.
54 Use a Different Product to Get Your Work Done Once you medically document that you react badly to a chemical, you should not work with that particular chemical any more. Request a different product to use that you are not allergic or sensitive to. Request better engineering controls, and more protective & effective PPE Document and keep copies of all your requests!
55 Steps to Solving Workplace Safety Problems 1. Know how to describe the problem 2. Research who is affected by the problem 3. Get strategic advice & help: 1. Knowledgeable people at work 2. People who care about the outcome 4. Choose your goals carefully 5. Work with others who can help 1. Coworkers? Union? Safety Department? Supervisors?
56 OSHA AS A RESOURCE
57 What Does OSHA Coverage Mean? Right to a Safe Workplace Workplace Inspections with Employee Participation (Union or Rep) Enforcement of Safety Regulations Hazard Information Access to Employer Records (HAZCOM) Protection from Being Fired or Discriminated Against for Filing Complaints
58 (5) FIVE Ways to Communicate with OSHA 1. an Interactive ONLINE Form 2. Call OSHA 3. In-Person Visit 4. Fax a Complaint 5. Mail a Letter
59 How To Contact OSHA OSHA Philadelphia Area Office Wanamaker Building 100 Penn Square East, 12 th floor Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (215) PHONE (215) FAX Toll-free number: OSHA (6742) TTY OSHA KEEPS INFORMATION CONFIDENTIAL
60 OSHA Contact Information Occupational Safety & Health Administration How to file a complaint with OSHA Online Complaint form: Download a form and mail or fax it to them: In English: In Spanish: OSHA KEEPS INFORMATION CONFIDENTIAL.
61 OSHA RIGHTS & Whistleblower Protections OSHA laws give workers the right to: Participate in safety and health activities, Report work related injuries or illnesses Report safety violations You cannot be punished for taking part in these activities on or off work!
62 Retaliation is against the law: No Adverse Actions for Safety Activities Firing or laying off Blacklisting Demoting Denying overtime or promotion Denial of benefits Disciplining Failure to hire or rehire Intimidation Making threats Reassignment affecting prospects for promotion Reducing pay or hours
63 OSHA Complaints: Whistleblower Time Line OSHA LAW Under Section 11(c) of the OSH Act, employees are protected from retaliation when they file a safety complaint or participate in a safety inspection. TO BE PROTECTED If employees experience retaliation, they must file a complaint with OSHA within 30 days. If employees win a complaint case, they could be entitled to back pay and compensation for damages If employees lose a complaint case, they have 15 days to appeal the decision.
64 What we Learned: 1. Hazard Communication 2012 Standard (HAZCOM) and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) 2. Five Parts to HAZCOM 3. What s New in HAZCOM Using Safety Data Sheets 5. Worker Rights, Protections and OSHA
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