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Free Webinar - Managing Chemicals Refresher

For those organisations who are uncertain about their ability to manage chemicals, especially dangerous goods, in their workplace.

The focus of the webinar will be to inform the attendees the following. 

  • A summary of OHS Regulations 2017, Part 4.1 Hazardous Substances and the recently issued Hazardous Substances Compliance Code

  • Dangerous Goods issues that we can learn from.

  • ADG Code Edition 7.6 changes a quick look at the impact on businesses

  • Status of GHS across Australian jurisdictions

  • What should business be doing?

Webinar Details:

  • The Webinar will run for 1 hour.

AEST:

Date:          Tuesday 20th November

Times:       10:00am - 11:00am

                     2:00pm - 3:00pm

About the presenters

Ian Good has 30 years' experience in managing chemicals in technical, marketing and product management roles. He is one of HAZCON's principal consultants and covers all areas of OHS, with a keen interest in chemical safety. Ian's insights, delivered in his typically engaging style, should assist you to manage your chemical obligations. 

How to Book:

Book Here or email us: training@hazcon.com.au; your contact details and what session you would like to attend.

  • Bookings are essential as limited spaces are available to allow for questions.
  • Bookings close on Thursday 15th November.
  • Once your booking is confirmed, you will be sent details on how to join the session as well as interact with the presenter.

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