ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
“Frontline Stories”: True Stories About the Ways Emergency Response Services Help Users Throughout the Chemical Supply Chain


When we have a chemical incident, like a spill or accidental exposure, our safety depends on the fast availability of emergency response information. What we don’t always think about is that this information depends on the actions of users throughout the chemical supply chain.

For example, manufacturers have a regulatory responsibility to include emergency contact information in Section 1 of a safety data sheet (SDS), which affects the availability of that information to distributors, transporters and end users. And since anyone regardless of their place in the supply chain can be an employer whose workers are potentially exposed to chemicals, they have important choices to make about how to make sure that critical safety information is available in the moment it’s most needed, in addition to and regardless of what information is available in their product SDSs.

This webinar features a panel of emergency response call center veterans who explore the importance of emergency response information starting at the user level, and tracking it backwards up the supply chain. They also share their “frontline stories” – real-life examples of emergency calls they’ve received from users regarding chemical exposure incidents. These stories convey the personal dimension of chemical safety, and the ways that better emergency response support can help users maintain compliance and protect the safety of their end users or workers.

Attendees will learn:

  • An overview of applicable regulations, including OSHA HazCom and Health Canada WHMIS requirements, and DOT and other domestic and global shipping requirements
  • The different responsibilities and considerations for chemical users throughout the supply chain
  • How to develop better situational awareness of chemicals and their hazards in a variety of different environments, including the workplace and even in their own homes
  • The benefits of a 24-hour emergency call center for responding to a variety of chemical exposure incidents, and benefits of professional emergency response services for complying with applicable chemical regulations and protecting their customers or employees

If you're interested in other webinars, check out our Webinars page.

An EHS Today-hosted webinar, sponsored by VelocityEHS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR
“Frontline Stories”: True Stories About the Ways Emergency Response Services Help Users Throughout the Chemical Supply Chain


When we have a chemical incident, like a spill or accidental exposure, our safety depends on the fast availability of emergency response information. What we don’t always think about is that this information depends on the actions of users throughout the chemical supply chain.

For example, manufacturers have a regulatory responsibility to include emergency contact information in Section 1 of a safety data sheet (SDS), which affects the availability of that information to distributors, transporters and end users. And since anyone regardless of their place in the supply chain can be an employer whose workers are potentially exposed to chemicals, they have important choices to make about how to make sure that critical safety information is available in the moment it’s most needed, in addition to and regardless of what information is available in their product SDSs.

This webinar features a panel of emergency response call center veterans who explore the importance of emergency response information starting at the user level, and tracking it backwards up the supply chain. They also share their “frontline stories” – real-life examples of emergency calls they’ve received from users regarding chemical exposure incidents. These stories convey the personal dimension of chemical safety, and the ways that better emergency response support can help users maintain compliance and protect the safety of their end users or workers.

Attendees will learn:

  • An overview of applicable regulations, including OSHA HazCom and Health Canada WHMIS requirements, and DOT and other domestic and global shipping requirements
  • The different responsibilities and considerations for chemical users throughout the supply chain
  • How to develop better situational awareness of chemicals and their hazards in a variety of different environments, including the workplace and even in their own homes
  • The benefits of a 24-hour emergency call center for responding to a variety of chemical exposure incidents, and benefits of professional emergency response services for complying with applicable chemical regulations and protecting their customers or employees

If you're interested in other webinars, check out our Webinars page.


An EHS Today-hosted webinar, sponsored by VelocityEHS