Determining which set of rules apply to your shipments, and when, can be a challenge. OSHA's recent adoption of GHS standards includes changes in material classification and labeling that can be confusing for shippers. Hazmat employees must be familiar with the similarities and differences between the DOT and OSHA regulations in order to prevent rejected shipments, incidents in transit, and fines as high as $79,976 per day, per violation. This webinar will show you how the new GHS rules will impact your U.S. DOT hazmat shipping responsibilities. Learn the critical differences between the DOT’s Hazardous Materials Regulations and OSHA’s HazCom rules, so you can successfully identify potential conflicts and ensure your packages are in full compliance with both sets of rules. Registration Pricing: Interested in training a large group? Check out our Group Training options.Training Topics: GHS’s impact on international standards (e.g., ICAO, IMDG, UN Model Regulations) GHS’s impact on U.S. regulations (e.g., U.S. DOT HMR, OSHA HazCom) Identifying GHS hazards that have been incorporated into DOT and OSHA regulations Differences between DOT and OSHA hazard definitions and nomenclature DOT or OSHA hazards that are not included in the GHS Package/container marking and labeling requirements under DOT and OSHA When dual labeling of a package for both DOT and OSHA is required What shipping managers need to know and do for effective interaction with product container labeling decision makers Who Should Attend: Those responsible for hazmat shipping compliance who must have a clear understanding of the differences between the new GHS and existing DOT hazard communications and who must be able to recognize which rules (OSHA, DOT, or both) apply to their containers or packages.