SDS and Label Authoring Registry Preparation Course

Earn 10.5 contact hours​

Presented by

  • Chandra Gioiello, MS, CIH
  • Denese Deeds, CIH
  • Doug Eisner, MS
  • Robert Roy, PhD, DABT
  • Bob Skoglund, PhD, CIH, DABT

Description

This course is designed to assist hazard communication professionals preparing to sit for the AIHA Registry's Competency Assessment for the SDS and Label Authoring Registry.

This eight-part, On Demand series will address both the knowledge and skills portions of the assessment by focusing on the eight rubrics defined as the body of knowledge for SDS and label authoring.

This is not intended to be an introductory course. Rather, participants should have much of the education, training and experience expected by the AIHA Registry. Participants can use this course as a final "tune-up" prior to sitting for the Competency Assessment or as an initial assessment of their knowledge and skills within a comprehensive Assessment preparation strategy.
 
This series is not required in order to take the Registry Program Exam and completion does not guarantee admission into the SDS and Label Authoring registry program.  This course does not have a final exam, but we strongly recommend reviewing the practice questions provided in the SDS & Label Authoring Registry Proficiency Study Guide.
 

 
 
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Rubrics

1 - Math and Science

  • Units of measure and conversions

  • Atoms and molecules

  • Elements and compounds

  • Chemical classes and types

  • Simple mixtures and reaction products

  • Stability and reactivity

2 - GHS ​& Hazard Communication 

  • History and Application of the GHS

  • Understanding the Purple Book

  • Product labels

  • Safety data sheets

  • Comprehensibility

3 - P​hysical Hazards 

  • Explosives

  • Aerosols

  • Flammable gases, liquids & solids

  • Self-reactive substances and mixtures

  • Pyrophoric liquids & solids

  • Self-heating substances and mixtures

  • Oxidizing gases, liquids & solids

  • Corrosive to metal

4 - Health Hazards  

  • Acute toxicity

  • Skin & eye corrosion & irritation

  • Respiratory & skin sensitization

  • Carcinogenicity

  • Reproductive & target organ toxicity

  • Aspiration hazard

5 - Environmental Hazards 

  • Acute aquatic toxicity

  • Chronic aquatic toxicity

  • Hazardous to the ozone layer

  • Accidental releases

  • Disposal methods

6 - Industrial Hygiene and Safety

  • Exposure assessment

  • Exposure limits

  • Engineering controls

  • Personnel protective equipment

  • Firefighting and control

  • Storage and handling

7 - Risk Analysis 

  • Risk assessment

  • Risk management and communication

8 - Associated Regulations and Consensus Standards

  • Global implementation of GHS

  • Chemical control regulations