In Episode 16, we discuss our feature story on hazard communication training and ways to reinforce training on the job. Also: Veteran safety professional Pam Walaski talks about the challenges and opportunities for women in safety.
Washington — OSHA has issued a long-awaited proposed rule that would update its regulations on hazard communication to align with the seventh version of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, the agency announced Feb. 5.
Breathing problems. Itchy skin, rashes and burns. Irritated eyes. For some workers, including maintenance workers, janitors and housekeepers, these symptoms may have a common factor: cleaning products.