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By now you should have completed the
“Hazard Communication: Right to Understand
(GHS)” online training.
If not cli...
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Baltimore County Public Schools is in the
process of adhering to the new system.
An inventory will be sent in Decemb...
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I am the Site Chemical Supervisor (SCS).
I am the point person for the information.
The inventory will be completed...
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Major departments with chemicals:
Art, Custodial staff, Food services, Health
services, Science.
Individual people/d...
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A checklist/inventory will be provided.
Any chemicals that exist in the building that
aren’t on the checklist/invento...
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Aerosols, air fresheners, plug-ins, home
cleaning chemicals, etc are not to be brought in
and/or used at school.
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All Safety Data Sheets (SDS) should be kept in
the Health services binder in the Health suite.
To acquire a SDS i...
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Secondary containers are the main area of focus
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Many don’t have appropriate labels or SDSs

Primary containers sh...
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Inventory will be sent to me in Excel by
12/1/13.
I will disseminate ASAP.
Inventory is to be completed and sen...
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Any questions?
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Hazardous chemical inventory training

  1. 1.    By now you should have completed the “Hazard Communication: Right to Understand (GHS)” online training. If not click here. This was done to fulfill an OSHA requirement to educate the U.S. workforce regarding a new globally harmonized system (GHS) for classification and labeling of chemicals.
  2. 2.   Baltimore County Public Schools is in the process of adhering to the new system. An inventory will be sent in December to be completed by March.
  3. 3.    I am the Site Chemical Supervisor (SCS). I am the point person for the information. The inventory will be completed by appropriate personnel and then given to me to submit to the Chemical Safety Coordinator (CSC).
  4. 4.   Major departments with chemicals: Art, Custodial staff, Food services, Health services, Science. Individual people/departments need to inventory their own chemicals.
  5. 5.   A checklist/inventory will be provided. Any chemicals that exist in the building that aren’t on the checklist/inventory will need to thought of with the following questions:   Why do we have it? Do we need it?
  6. 6.  Aerosols, air fresheners, plug-ins, home cleaning chemicals, etc are not to be brought in and/or used at school.
  7. 7.    All Safety Data Sheets (SDS) should be kept in the Health services binder in the Health suite. To acquire a SDS if one isn’t provided, Google the manufacturer, product name, and SDS. Do not remove any SDS from the binder, only add new ones.
  8. 8.  Secondary containers are the main area of focus   Many don’t have appropriate labels or SDSs Primary containers should already be appropriately labeled and have a SDS
  9. 9.     Inventory will be sent to me in Excel by 12/1/13. I will disseminate ASAP. Inventory is to be completed and sent back to me before 3/30/14. I must submit the completed inventory by 3/31/14.
  10. 10.  Any questions?

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