Society for Chemical Hazard Communication

 Professional Development Training

Hazard Communication Auditing

PDF Brochure — Available September 25, 2017

Description

Recent years have seen a proliferation of hazardous chemical regulations, from the Globally Harmonized System to REACH-like registration laws to chemical content restrictions.  This increase in regulations is coupled with an increase in customer, consumer, and activist awareness of and demands for safe management of chemicals, creating much more public visibility of your company’s performance in hazard communication.  In this environment, there is a strong need to ensure that your hazard communication compliance programs are effective across all geographies in which you do business.

This presentation will introduce the value proposition for auditing your global GHS program.  It will provide a framework for conducting product hazard communication audits – from pre-audit preparation to after the audit.  Attendees will learn about the practical challenges of conducting GHS audits across multiple jurisdictions, as well as solutions to those challenges. 

Following this course, attendees at the workshop will be able to:

  • Articulate the business case for conducting hazard communication audits
  • Determine the appropriate scope for their company’s hazard communication auditing program
  • Prepare for and conduct a hazard communication audit
  • Obtain resources to assist in hazard communication auditing
The course will include presentation information, case studies, and exercises to assist attendees to internalize the material.
 

Intended Audience

1)    Hazard communication professionals looking to build or improve a hazard communication
       audit program at their company.

2)    Hazard communication service professionals looking to add or grow hazard communication
       auditing services in their portfolio.

Course Instructor

Cheri Kedrowski

Ms. Kedrowski is a Sr. Compliance Assurance and Regulatory Affairs Manager for 3M Company in St. Paul, Minnesota.  She has over twenty years work experience implementing and managing environmental, health, and safety compliance programs for manufacturing and product development.  For the past ten years, she has led the development of new tools to measure compliance with global product regulations and corporate product stewardship standards.  These tools include audits, self-assessments, and scorecards that measure hazard communication performance.

Course Instructor

Maryann Sanders

 Ms. Sanders is a Senior Regulatory Compliance Specialist at Haley & Aldrich with more than 20 years of product regulatory experience. Her expertise includes human health toxicology, industrial hygiene, microbiology and regulatory affairs. She has audited against a variety of US and global product stewardship regulations not only to assess regulatory compliance, but to assess and integrate new businesses during corporate mergers and acquisitions. She is professionally certified by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene.

 

Course Fee

$275.00 - Members
$365.00 - Nonmembers

Course Schedule
(subject to change)

Monday, September 25, 2017

12:30 - 1:00 Registration
1:00 - 2:10

Business case for hazard communication auditing

Audit scope
2:10 - 2:25 Break
2:25 - 3:35

Preparing for your hazard communication audit

Conducting a hazard communication audit
3:35 - 3:50 Break
3:50 - 5:00

After the audit

Hazard communication audit resources

 

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