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The Ultimate Guide to Hazard Communication

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What You Need to Know About Hazard Communication
What You Need to Know About Hazard Communication


No one knows exactly how many chemicals are present in U.S. workplaces, but the estimates are staggering. So, it’s no surprise that OSHA’s standard on hazard communication (1910.1200) is among the most frequently cited by the agency each fiscal year, costing companies that violate the standard millions of dollars in fines, legal fees and lost time each year. The good news is most of the citations (and the risk to workers) are avoidable.

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  • An overview of the HazCom standard’s requirements
  • Six key steps to hazard communication
  • A checklist for hazard communication compliance

 

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