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OSHA’s Written Hazcom Program: Are You in Compliance?

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OSHA’s Written Hazcom Program: Are You in Compliance?
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Ensure chemical safety in your workplace by understanding the requirements of OSHA’s standard on hazard communication (1910.1200). From cleaning fluids and paints to pharmaceuticals and pesticides, workers have a right to know about the chemicals they may encounter on the job and how to protect themselves from potential hazards. Download this free white paper and get expert guidance on establishing a written hazcom program and what it must address, including Safety Data Sheets, label compliance and other essential topics.

 

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