OSHA Offers New GHS Wallet Cards

OSHA's Wallet Cards and QuickCards are quick-reference guides to help train and remind workers. They're a nice giveaway so teams have something to take with them.

Wallet Cards are about the size of a business card, you print out a sheet of them like labels. QuickCards are about the size of a litre water bottle, but rectangular in shape; about 4" x 10".

See if any could be of use to your team:
  1. Hazard Communication Wallet Cards — for GHS *
  2. GHS Standard Pictogram Reference QuickCard
  3. Aerial Lifts for Shipyards
  4. Cold Stress 
  5. Combustible Dust: Precautions for Firefighters to Prevent Dust Explosions (new)
  6. Demolition Safety 
  7. Electrical Safety 
  8. Fall Prevention 
  9. Pandemic Influenza: How to Protect Yourself in the Workplace during a Pandemic
  10. Sandbags: Filling, Moving and Placing Sandbags During Flooding Disasters
  11. Tree Trimming and Removal
  12. Working Safely on the Apron or Highline during Marine Terminal Operations 
  13. West Nile Virus
And a thousand more, available here:
List of OSHA Wallet Cards, QuickCards (and one Sticker)

Some you have to order, some you can just print yourself.

* The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is now aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). Once implemented, GHS aims to improve the quality and consistency of hazard information in the workplace, making it safer for workers by providing easily understandable information on appropriate handling and safe use of hazardous chemicals.

The timeline for U.S. GHS deadlines that companies must meet:

Image: sample of GHS Wallet Cards:
Get yours here