Washington – Large facilities that store and sell chemicals may no longer be exempt from OSHA’s Process Safety Management Standard, the agency announced July 22 in a revised interpretation of its rules.
Washington – OSHA has adopted a chemical concentration test similar to that of the Environmental Protection Agency to determine whether a chemical is at or above the threshold quantity listed under the Process Safety Management Standard.
Washington – The Chemical Facility Safety and Security Working Group on June 9 published an update on actions taken to comply with a 2013 Executive Order on improving chemical facility safety and security.
Washington – OSHA is not doing enough to protect nail-salon workers from frequent exposures to toxic chemicals that may lead to respiratory problems, skin disorders, miscarriages and other serious health complications, according to a pair of lawmakers.
The GHS Labels App makes it simpler to align with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. Users can easily set up and maintain a chemical database by importing Safety Data Sheet content for any chemical.