NFPA 704: Brief Introduction and Comparison with US GHS

  •   3 Jan 2017
  •    Nadine He
    $99

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    Registration:

    DateLanguageTime
    (GMT+8, China Standard Time)
    Registration
    Jan 12, 2016Chinese10:00-11:00Concluded, materials available
    Japanese14:00-15:00Concluded, materials available
    English22:00-23:00Concluded, materials available

     

    Background:

    NFPA 704 is a standard for the identification of the hazards of materials for emergency response maintained by the NFPA (National Fire Protection Association). It provides a simple system for the recognition of hazards by using a 4-section diamond with each quadrant being blue, red, yellow and white, respectively.  The meanings of each color are as follows: blue represents health hazards, red represents flammability, yellow represents reactivity and white provides information about special precautions.  Within each quadrant (except the white) is a number from 0 to 4 indicating the degree of risk associated with the material. The higher the number, the higher the risk. As a voluntary label, NFPA 704 labels provides an immediate sense of potential hazards to workers at workplace, such as production facilities, warehouses, storage tanks, and storage sheds.

    The US has fully implemented revised HCS since June 1st 2016. Employers are now required to be in full compliance, including classification of chemicals, completion of SDS/Label and training of employees.  HCS and NFPA 704 labels both focus on safety at workplace, yet they are quite different from one another. Reach24h hereby offers you briefing on NFPA 704 and comparison with HCS labels to give you a better understanding. 

     

    Contents:

    • 1) Introduction of NFPA 704 and classification criteria
    • 2) Comparison of NFPA 704 and GHS labels
    • 3) Preparation of a NFPA 704 label 

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    Speaker:

    Chinese + English session:

    Mr. Jamie Cao

    Regulatory compliance specialist

    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Mr. Cao, master in Chemistry, has been working on being compliant with regulations such as EU CLP and China GHS. As a regulatory compliance expert, he has extensive experience on SDS/labels compilation, Hazchem registration and related trainings to our clients. 

     

    Japanese session:

    Ms. Gloria Chen

    Regulatory compliance specialist

    REACH24H Consulting Group

    Ms. Gloria Chen is a regulatory compliance specialist focusing on Japanese market. She is skilled at compliance works regarding China new chemical notification, US GHS, Taiwan TCSCA&OSHA, K-REACH, Japan CSCL, etc. 

     

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