The SCHC has an ongoing mission to:

  • Promote the improvement of chemical hazard communication and product stewardship;
  • Educate SCHC members on chemical hazard communication and stewardship of chemicals;
  • Provide a forum for exchange of ideas and experiences;
  • Enhance the awareness of members and the general public of new developments in chemical hazard communication and stewardship of chemicals; and
  • Provide guidance or technical expertise to a private group, legislative body, or governmental entity.

The Benefits of Membership

Your membership in SCHC will help us continue to promote improvement of hazard communication for chemicals. We need and want your support and presence to provide opportunities through our conference and meetings, to exchange ideas and new developments. We welcome your membership in SCHC.

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SCHC NEW Webinar!

"GHS Safety Data Sheets - Roadmap to managing variances in key geographies" - Thursday, May 25, 2017 - 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. (ET)
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This 90 minute webinar will use the US Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) as a foundation, and highlight variances between Classification expectations and Safety Data Sheet requirements in the United States alongside requirements of major trading partners who have completed, or are in the process of, implementation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling (GHS). 
This webinar is intended for individuals/companies:
-          Preparing SDS for US and non-US geographies
-          Reviewing vendor SDS for raw materials procurement
-          Exporting materials between the United States, Canada and/or Europe

Distance Training

Multi-Modal Transportation Classification Training
Distance Learning Series - June 13, 15, 19, and 20, 2017 (1-5p ET)

This distance learning course covers DOT, IATA/ICAO (air transport) and the IMDG Code (ocean transport).  The course combines lectures with problem-solving and practical workshops.  The curriculum focuses on the principles and practices of classifying, marking and labeling hazardous materials/dangerous goods.  The successful completion of this 4-part multi-modal training series will meet the requirements for initial and recurrent training under the DOT, IATA/ICAO and the IMDG Code for individuals involved in the classification of hazardous materials/dangerous goods.  While the main emphasis of the course will be classification, additional topics covered will be packaging, marking, labeling and placarding of hazardous materials shipments. This course is specifically designed for the hazard communicator.


NEW! Feb. 24, 2017 -
Hazcom Training for Schools Presentation Bundle!


Hazard Communication Training Presentation Script
Hazard Communication Training Course Quiz
HazCom Training for Schools - Powerpoint




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