Sponsored by Fisher Scientific. Gain practical guidance on regulatory requirements and best practices for administering an effective hazard communication program based on OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) to help protect your people and stay compliant.
What You Will Learn
- Gain deeper understanding of the essential elements of a written hazard communication program
- Discuss labels, safety data sheets (SDSs) and compliance regulations
- Review requirements for employee training and continued education
Michael Dupree, Senior Safety Specialist, Thermo Fisher Scientific
Michael Dupree has more than 28 years of experience in hazard communication across various industries, bio/pharma and academic sectors. He has extensive experience in conducting safety and hazard assessments and training to help organizations improve safety. Dupree has been a member of various ASSP chapters throughout his career, and he is OSHA 30 certified and a member of the National Safety Council.
Paul Koenig, Enterprise Account Manager, Brady Corporation
Paul Koenig has more than a decade of practical and site-level experience in the safety industry and has worked for Brady for more than seven years. He is OSHA 30 certified and serves as a subject matter expert for OSHA 1910.17 and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 70E. In his work, he focuses on general hazard communication and awareness in the manufacturing, healthcare, public utilities, and food and beverage industries. Koenig has conducted hundreds of training and instructional sessions to help organizations achieve their goals of keeping their employees and facilities safe and compliant.