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Match the pictogram to the hazard

November 20, 2013

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By Dec. 1, employers are required to have trained workers on chemical Safety Data Sheets and labels as part of OSHA’s updated Hazard Communication Standard. Both new SDSs and labels will feature pictograms, and workers must know what hazards these pictograms represent. Can you match the pictograms below with the corresponding hazards?

Go to page 2 for the answers.

Source: OSHA and the Connecticut Division of Occupational Safety and Health

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