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- Be a leader
- Chemical and other health hazards
- Hazard communication/GHS
- Chemicals and materials
- Biological and physical
- Indoor air quality
- Noise/hearing protection
- Operational hazards
- Respiratory Protection
- Promote health
- Plan for emergencies
- Industry-specific topics
- Young workers
- Video library
- SAIF posters and forms
The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) provides a common, consistent criteria for classifying and labeling chemicals in the workplace. Learn how GHS impacts employers, and how to train workers to recognize and protect themselves.
Visit the Oregon OSHA website to learn more about hazard communication, including:
For information on pesticides and other chemicals in agriculture, see our agriculture and farm safety page.
Hazard communication (OSHA)
This site contains numerous resources and links to information on safety data sheets (SDS), labeling, and pictograms.
Hazard communication training (Center for Construction Research and Training)
This eight-section training provides an overview of the HazCom standard and includes basic instruction on workplace chemical hazards.
DVD (no streaming available)
GHS – Hazard communication and the global harmonizing system |
HAZMAT-12 (English) HAZMAT-13 (Spanish)
| The Globally Harmonized System, or GHS, helps employers improve the qu … Read more
Hazard communication: Your safety net |
| If your employees are working with chemicals, then hazard communicatio … Read more
Hazcom: In Sync With GHS |
16 minutes | The chemicals your employees work with every day can cause a multitude … Read more
Chemical Safety |
8 minutes | This program covers chemical hazards at home and work, and complements … Read more