OSHA has revised its Hazard Communication Standard to align with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). OSHA estimates that over 5 million workplaces employing approximately 43 million workers in the United States will be affected by the revised standard.
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Industrial end users – from manufacturing, plants, operations and maintenance managers to janitorial and sanitation supervisors to environmental health and safety (EHS) compliance officers – must now ask if their chemical labels are GHS compliant.
When an emergency incident happens at your facility, will you know where to go for valuable information? Understanding how to use the Emergency Response Guidebook before an incident happens is the key.