Hazard Communication Program - AMEREVENT

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VIEW UPDATES ONLINE AT: HTTP://SAFETY.AMEREVENT.COMHazard Communication Program1. PURPOSEIn order to comply with 29 CFR 1910.1200 Hazard Communication, the following writtenHazard Communication Program has been established for this company. Under this program,you will be informed about the contents of the Hazard Communication Standard, thehazardous properties of chemicals with which you work, safe handling procedures, andmeasures you can take to protect yourself from these chemicals. You also will be informed ofthe hazards associated with non-routine tasks, such as cleaning in confined spaces, and thehazards associated with chemicals in unlabeled pipes.2. GENERAL PROGRAM MANAGEMENT1. ResponsibilityThe Inside Supervisor of the Warehouse shall be the Safety Officer and is responsible forthis program. He/she will review and update the program, as necessary. Updated copies ofthe written program may be obtained online anytime from http://safety.amerevent.com.2. Program Review and UpdateIn order to have an effective Hazard Communication Program, the program should bereevaluated on a quarterly basis. The Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) will be renewedevery three years in order to assure that all chemicals at this company are under theprogram. Training and review of the program also will be done under these circumstances:1. Before new employees being work requiring use of any listed material.2. Before new chemicals or hazardous materials are introduced into work areas.METHODS OF COMPLIANCEList of Hazardous Chemicals The Safety Officer will make a list of all hazardous chemicals andrelated work practices used in the facility, and will update the list as necessary. Our list ofchemicals identifies all of the chemicals used in the work areas. A separate list is available foreach work area and is posted there. Each list also identifies the corresponding MSDS for eachchemical. A master list of these chemicals will be maintained by, and is available from theSafety Officer. (Appendix A)a. Container LabelingThe supervisor in each section will verify that all containers received for use will:1. Be clearly labeled as to the contents;2. Note the appropriate hazard warning; and3. List the name and address of the manufacturer.The Safety Officer will refer to the corresponding MSDS to assist in verifying labelinformation. Containers that are shipped from the plant will be checked by the supervisorof shipping and receiving to make sure all containers are properly labeled.The Safety Officer will ensure that all secondary containers are labeled with either anextra copy of the original manufacturer's label or with generic labels. For help withlabeling, please see our Safety Officer. The Safety Officer will review the companylabeling system quarterly and update as required.b.Material Safety Data SheetsThe Safety Officer will be responsible for obtaining and maintaining the data sheet systemfor the company. The Safety Officer will review incoming Material Safety Data Sheets fornew health or safety information. He/she will see that any new information is passed onto the affected employees.Copies of MSDS's for all hazardous chemicals to which employees of this company may beexposed will be kept online and viewable anytime http://safety.amerevent.com at thewarehouse manager’s desk. A hard copy booklet will also be available there.

MSDS's will be available to all employees in their work areas for review during each workshift. If MSDS's are not available or new chemicals in use do not have MSDS's, immediatelycontact the Safety Officer.To ensure Material Safety Data Sheet information is current, replacement data sheets willbe requested upon notification of a change in the product, or reason to believe a changehas been made. Communication from our Purchasing Department is required each time anew or substitute chemical product is brought into the facility. In such cases, a MaterialSafety Data Sheet will immediately be requested from the supplier/manufacturer. Torequest a copy of material safety data sheet, which is not currently on file, two (2)letters will be sent to the supplier at a two-week interval. (See Appendix B)c. Employee Training and InformationThe Safety Officer is responsible for the employee training program. He/she will ensurethat all elements specified below are carried out.Prior to starting work, each new employee of this company will attend a health and safetyorientation and will receive information and training on the following:1. An overview of the requirements contained in the Hazard Communication Standard;2. Chemicals present in their workplace operations;3. Location and availability of our written hazard program;4. Physical and health effects of the hazardous chemicals;5. Methods and observation techniques used to determine the presence or release ofhazardous chemicals in the work area;6. How to lessen or prevent exposure to these chemicals through usage of control/workpractices and personal protective equipment;7. Steps the company has taken to lessen or prevent exposure to these chemicals;8. How to read labels and review MSDS's to obtain appropriate hazard information; and9. Location of MSDS file and hazardous chemical list.After attending the training class, each employee will sign a form to verify that theyattended the training, received the written material, and understood this company'spolicies on Hazard Communication. (Appendix C) Prior to a new chemical hazard beingintroduced into any section of this company, each employee of that section will be giveninformation as outlined above. The Safety Officer is responsible for ensuring that MSDS onthe new chemical(s) are available.d. Hazardous Non-Routine TasksAny maintenance or other infrequent work shall be reviewed by the Safety Officer forpotential exposure to hazardous chemicals or other safety problems (e.g., cleaning tanks,entering confined spaces, etc.). A written procedure shall be agreed on, detailingappropriate actions and safeguards for the control of exposure to any hazardouschemicals. This procedure shall be used whenever the work is to be performed. Permitsshall be required for working on energized systems, and valve closures. Appropriate lockout and tag-out procedures shall be followed. (See Facility's Lock-out Tag-out Policy).The written procedure will include:1. Specific chemical hazards;2. Personal protective equipment or safety measures the employee should use; and3. Measures the company has taken to lessen the hazards including ventilation,respirators, presence of other employees, emergency procedures and etc.a. Informing ContractorsIt is the responsibility of the Safety Officer to provide contractors and employees thefollowing information:1. Hazardous chemicals to which they may be exposed to while on the job site; and

2. Precautions the employees may take to lessen the possibility of exposure by usage ofprotective measures.The Safety Officer will be responsible for contacting each contractor before work isstarted in the company to gather and disseminate any information concerning chemicalhazards that the contractor is bringing to our workplace.

Appendix AACTIVE LINKS–CLICK LINK-CHEMICAL INVENTORYTRADE NAMEBLEACH, CLOROXBLEACH, GREAT VALUEBLEACH, TOUGH GUY ULTRACARPETCLEANER, CLRCLEANER, COMETCLEANER, FAST ORANGE HAND CLEANERCLEANER, KRUD KUTTERCLEANER, LA TOTALLY AWESOME CLEANERCLEANER, SIMPLE GREENCLEANER, TOUGH GUY LEMON WAX & POLISHDEODOR, ODOBAN FOGGINGDEODOR, ODOBAN ORIGINALFIRE, EXTINGUISHERPAINT, BEHR 8300PAINT, FLEX SEAL LIQUIDPAINT, FLEX SEAL SPRAYPAINT, GOLD METALLLICPAINT, GOO GONEPAINT, GOOF OFFPAINT, KILZPAINT, KLEAN STRIP PAINT THINNERPAINT, KRYLON IRON GUARDPAINT, KRYLON TOUGH COAT QUICK DRYPAINT, POLYURETHANE (GENERIC)PAINT, RUSTOLEUM 1500PAINT, RUSTOLEUM 4200PAINT, RUSTOLEUM 5200PAINT, RUSTOLEUM 7400PAINT, RUSTOLEUM HEAT RESISTANCE SYSTEMPAINT, SPRAY (GENERIC)PAINT, TOUGH GUY GRAFFITI & PAINT REMOVERPAINT, WOOD STAIN (GENERIC)PETROL, ANTIFREEZEPETROL, ASPHALT PATCHPETROL, ASPHALT SEALER & DAMPPROOFERPETROL, ATF (SUPER TECH)PETROL, BRAKE FLUIDPETROL, HD DIESEL ENGINE OIL (VALVOLINE)PETROL, GASOLINEHAZARDOUS CHEMICALBLEACHBLEACHBLEACHCARPETCLEANING CHEMICALSCLEANING CHEMICALSCLEANING CHEMICALSCLEANING CHEMICALSCLEANING CHEMICALSCLEANING CHEMICALSCLEANING CHEMICALSDEODORIZING CHEMDEODORIZING CHEMFIRE NTPAINTPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSCAS ULTIPLEMULTIPLEMULTIPLEMULTIPLEMSDS DSMSDSMSDSMSDS

Appendix AACTIVE LINKS–CLICK LINK-CHEMICAL INVENTORYTRADE NAMEPETROL, GEAR OIL 75W90PETROL, GEAR OIL 80W90PETROL, GEAR OIL GL-5 80W90PETROL, HYDRAULIC OILPETROL, LIQUID TAPE WHITEPETROL, MOTOR OIL, 10W30PETROL, MOTOR OIL, 5W30 SYNPETROL, NANOLUB GE-S4100 OIL ADDITIVEPETROL, NAPTHAPETROL, PB PENETRATING OILPETROL, POWER STEERING FLUIDPETROL, STA-BIL FUEL STABILIZERPOISON, ORTHO INSECT KILLERPROPANESILICA, SANDSILICA, SAND-PLAYSILICA, SAND-TUBESEALANT, DAP WELDWOOD CONTACT CEMENTSEALANT, K-FLEX 320SEALANT, NEW GENERATION EPOXY PATCHSEALANT, RTVSEALANT, WELD-ON 711SOAP, BORAXSOAP, GAIN DETERGENTSOAP, SUN DETERGENTSOAP, TIDE DETERGENTSOAP, TOUGH GUY DETERGENTSOAP, TSPHAZARDOUS CHEMICALPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPETROLEUM PRODUCTSPOISONPROPANESILICASILICASILICASEALANT & ADHESIVESEALANT & ADHESIVESEALANT & ADHESIVESEALANT & ADHESIVESEALANT & ADHESIVESOAP PRODUCTSSOAP PRODUCTSSOAP PRODUCTSSOAP PRODUCTSSOAP PRODUCTSSOAP PRODUCTSCAS PLEMULTIPLEMULTIPLEMULTIPLEMULTIPLEMSDS MSDSMSDSMSDSMSDS

Appendix BLetter Requesting an MSDSDear :The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (29CFR 1910.1200) requires employers to be provided Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for allhazardous substances used in their facility, and to make these MSDS's available to employeespotentially exposed to these hazardous substances.Therefore, we request a copy of the MSDS for your product listed as Stock Number .We did not receive an MSDS with the initial shipment of the we received from youon . We also request any additional information, supplemental MSDS's, or any otherrelevant data that your company or supplier has concerning the safety and health aspects of thisproduct.Please consider this letter as a standing request to your company for any information concerningthe safety and health aspects if using this product that may become known in the future.The MSDS and any other relevant information should be sent to us within days. Delays inreceiving the MSDS information may prevent use of your product. Please send the requestedinformation to . Please be advised that if we do not receive the MSDSon the above chemical by (date), we may have to notify OSHA of our inability to obtain thisinformation. It is our intent to comply with all provisions of the Hazard Communication Standard(1910.1200) and the MSDS's are integral to this effort.Your cooperation is greatly appreciated. Thank you for your timely response to this request. If youhave any questions concerning this matter, please contact our phone center at 314-255-2882.Sincerely,American Event Group, Inc.

Appendix C1 (A)HAZARD COMMUNICATION TRAINING CERTIFICATIONI , , received Hazard Communication Training as describedwithin the Hazard Communication Program. The training was conducted on: .Employee SignatureCompany ID #Work AreaI hereby certify that the above named employee has been provided with Hazard CommunicationTraining on: .Instructor's SignatureSCAN AND EMAIL COMPLETED COPY TO: EMPLOYMENT@AMEREVENT.COM. KEEP ORIGINAL IN LOCAL FILE.Appendix C2 (B)HAZARD COMMUNICATION TRAINING CERTIFICATIONI , , received Hazard Communication Training as describedwithin the Hazard Communication Program. The training was conducted on: .Employee SignatureCompany ID #Work AreaI hereby certify that the above named employee has been provided with Hazard CommunicationTraining on: .Instructor's SignatureSCAN AND EMAIL COMPLETED COPY TO: EMPLOYMENT@AMEREVENT.COM. KEEP ORIGINAL IN LOCAL FILE.

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