WRSC Program: Globalized Harmonized System for Hazard Communications
Western Reserve Safety Council
Topic: Globalized Harmonized System for Hazard CommunicationsSpeaker: Glenn Miller, Compliance Technologies
In todays' presentation you will learn:
- Who needs HazCom/GHS Training and why?
- Where does HazCom rate on OSHA list of Most Cited Violations?
- Do you know what the GHS pictograms mean? Do your employees?
- What changes are proposed in HazCom/GHS?
- Measuring success – Is Having a HazCom/ GHS program doing its best job at your facility?
Mr. Miller provides a broad range of consulting services with over 35 years of experience in the chemical industry. He specializes in training, HazCom programs, dangerous goods handling and labeling (GHS, HMIS and NFPA), transportation compliance (DOT/IATA and IMDG), site audits, global regulatory compliance (REACH, TSCA), and Process Safety Management.
Prior to joining CTI in 2013, Mr. Miller was the Materials/ EHS Director and then the Logistics/ EHS Director for 14 years for Research Organics dba SAFC Cleveland. During his tenure, he established their air permits, water discharge compliance, hazardous and universal waste management programs, RCRA and Emergency Response Team training, chemical site security plan, Safety Committee/OSHA training and global transportation compliance programs.
Mr. Miller currently holds certifications in OSHA 40-hour Hazardous Waste Health and Safety Operations, Dangerous Goods Transportation, RCRA, DOT, IATA, IMDG, GHS and CVI (Department of Homeland Security). He also maintains his EHS knowledge by attendance at relevant courses in REACH, Process Safety Management, auditing procedures, risk assessment, and on changes in EPA, OSHA and transportation compliance regulations.