Sky Climber Tech Training – Quiz
Online Training: 02-HazCom
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1. GHS is a set of guidelines for ensuring the safe production, transport, handling, use and disposal of hazardous materials.

2. Is GHS a global law?

3. The GHS was developed by the United Nations.

4. SDS sheets will replace MSDS.

5. GHS is meant to be a logical and comprehensive approach to Defining health, physical and environmental hazards of chemicals (although environmental hazards are outside OSHA’s jurisdiction).

6. Information on the hazards of a material is found on the label under the "Hazards Statements" heading, and in Section 2 – "Hazard Identification" of the SDS.

7. The SDS uses the exact same format to present chemical information as the MSDS.

8. Small portable containers do not have to be labeled if the chemicals inside are transferred from a labeled container and are available for use by anyone in your workplace.

9. The single word "Warning" means the hazard is "Less Serious"

10. The most noticeable changes brought by GHS for most organizations will be changes to safety labels, safety data sheets, and chemical classification.