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Company Offers Online Hazcom Training

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CompanyBright’s online training course is narrated in video and delivered entirely online in four short segments that total 30 minutes of instruction.

| October 31, 2013

RICHMOND, Va.  — Businesses that have hazardous chemicals in the workplace must train their employees on the GHS HAZCOM standard by Dec. 1, 2013, according to OSHA.

There are many ways employers can comply with the Hazcom training requirement. They can develop their own training using materials on the OSHA website https://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom, purchase ready-made commercial materials for in house instructors to deliver the training live, or use online training systems to deliver and automatically track training for their employees.

An example of an online course is the one by CompanyBright. The course is narrated in video format making it easy for employees to understand. It is delivered entirely online in four short segments that total 30 minutes of instruction. Once an employee completes the video, they take a quiz and, on passing, print out a certificate for documentation. Tracking is automatic, making it easy to see who has or has not completed the course.

More information is available at http://www.companybright.com/hazcom-training
 

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