[*] The Hazard Communication Training Program

[*] Some of the toughest challenges facing American industry today involve the urgent need for hazardous materials safety and health training. OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.1200 Hazard Communication Standard has established comprehensive guidelines to protect all employees who work with chemical materials.

The Standard requires that workers who are routinely exposed to a chemical must be informed of the hazards associated with the material, the precautions for safe use of the material, and the procedures to be followed in the event of an emergency. The OSHA legislation now covers as many as 32 million workers at more than 3.5 million worksites nationwide.

In response to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, Interactive Media Communications, Inc. has developed the Hazard Communication Training Program.

[*]Course Outline:

This VHS-videotape training program includes a VHS videotape and covers the following material (Item # 3600-1):


Lesson 1: Recognizing Chemical Hazards

Lesson 2: Evaluating the Chemicals You Use

[*] Like the CD-ROM, IMC's VHS videotape version of the Hazard Communication Training Program contains the same engaging dramatizations of real-life scenarios with live action video and audio, high quality graphics and animation.

The accompanying Study Guide (Item # 3041) contains practice questions and exercises to test the learner's understanding of the material presented throughout the course, as well as additional reference material.

This VHS videotape product is normally sold in NTSC format. Contact IMC for PAL format.

IMC's Hazard Communication Training Program Won First Prize in the Industrial Training Category at the Chicago Film Festival

For more information, please contact:

Interactive Media Communications, Inc.
Email: imc@safetysite.com

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