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WHMIS After GHS For Employers
Presenter:  Sandy Bello, Technical Specialist, CCOHS
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Product Description

Employers, what does GHS mean to you? This webinar provides a quick overview of GHS as it relates to WHMIS, identifies what's new, what's changed, what's stayed the same and important timelines. Learn about pictograms, signal words, hazard statements and precautionary statements. Get ready!

This webinar was presented on May 9, 2013, as part of North American Occupational Safety and Health Week 2013.

About the Presenter

Sandy Bello is a Technical Specialist CCOHS. Currently, she is the project leader for the RTECS database and the CHEMpendium database collection.

Since joining CCOHS in 1985, Sandy has been involved in various activities including writing chemical hazard profiles, answering inquiries, and database content development. Sandy has participated in several collaborative projects both as a writer and researcher including: Live Safe! Work Smart! - A collaborative effort between CCOHS, and the Ontario Ministries of Labour and Education; development and updating of health and safety resource websites for the Ontario WSIB and the Northwest Territories and Nunavut WCB and development of an Orientation e-Learning tool for the Saskatchewan WCB and Ministry of Labour. She is also involved in the production of CCOHS e-learning courses and publications.

Sandy received an Honours B.A. from McMaster University and a Diploma in Energy Systems Engineering from Mohawk College.

Length: 40 minutes

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System Requirements

You must have Windows Media 9.0 or higher to view the recorded webinar. You do not need a microphone or a telephone to listen to this webinar - just listen to the presentation through your computer's speakers or headphones.

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