The first method of training that one will implement involves a Hazardous Communication training course. The purpose of this method is to inform all employees of the hazards and the characteristics of workplace chemicals they may be exposed to. The second method is to implement a written hazards communication program to ensure that all employers obtain the information they need to inform and train their employees in accordance with the safety standards. Third, one will use a specific method on chemical labeling. This method will require that all containers within the company be labeled, tagged, or marked with the identity of hazardous chemicals. Containers must show appropriate hazards warnings to ensure employee safety. The hazard warnings may be labeled in various forms, for example; word, pictures, or symbol regarding hazards of chemicals in the container. The label must also be legible, written or design for both, English as well as other languages. Finally, one would implement an appropriate material safety data sheet. This method is extremely important because it is a form of detailed information reported by the manufacturer or importer of a chemical that describes the routes of exposure, physical and chemical properties, and health hazards, an...
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..., one has discussed issues concerning Occupational Safety and Health guidelines as it relates to the health and safety of employees employed in the Eastern State Marine Company boatyard. One has also discussed various methods that can be used to train different sections on the safety requirements, described the potential records and documentation pertaining to the particular chemical, its use, handling, storage, and the workers involved, and in addition, one has discussed what coordination one believe is required by the Human Resource Department. In this case study, one believes that, the HR department should consider implementing training programs in compliance with the OSHA Hazard Communication standard (Title 29 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 1910.1200). This method may encourage employers to take better safety precautions in the workplace (Goetsch, 2010).
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