Hazardous Communication &
Global Harmonized System Training Test

Hazardous Communication & Global Harmonized System Training Test

Are you a doctor or technician?

In order to pass the test and receive a certificate, you must score 100%.

  1. Your department’s Hazard Communication Program is not required to have a written plan.

  2. A skin sensitization is an example of a _________ hazard class.

  3. One pictogram may be used to represent several hazards within a class.

  4. Which signal word on a label represents the more severe hazard?

  5. The 16 sections of the GHS Safety Data Sheets may be listed in any order that the agency issuing the document chooses.

  6. Your facility maintains a Safety Data Sheet for all hazardous chemicals in the workplace.

  7. The GHS System hazard numbering system for labels is different than the NFPA and HMIS system.

  8. Safety Data Sheets have to be available to employees.

  9. Contractors working in your facility have to supply a SDS for chemicals they may be using.

  10. Do all containers that contain chemicals need to be labeled?

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