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Print it Out. Hang it Up. Check it Off. Keeping up with OSHA’s HazCom Standard can be a full-time job these days. With the GHS phase-in period over and the final deadline in effect, employers should waste no time getting their HazCom Programs in order and fully compliant with the new GHS requirements. Download our GHS / HCS Compliance Checklist to make sure you're meeting all obligations now that GHS is in effect.
35 Pages of Expert Advice Download our GHS FAQ White Paper for expert answers to GHS and HazCom 2012 related questions from the company that ASSE, VPPPA, and NSC trust to help educate their members on OSHA's revised HazCom Standard.
Workplace labels and New Shipped Labels FAQs Our handy label infographic is the perfect way to get a jump on label compliance for your facility. We've taken the most frequently asked questions about labels from our popular GHS Webinar Series and fashioned it into a small poster for your workplace.
OSHA's Vision for Injury & Illness Prevention I2P2 is OSHS’s priority initiative to create a standard compelling employers to find and fix hazards in their workplaces. The main objective behind I2P2 is to educate our country’s employers about moving beyond reactive compliance to embrace workplace safety and to strive for a Zero-Incident culture.
Sharing is Preparing When it Comes to Chemical Safety The Plan1 First Responder Share Service is available at no extra cost to MSDSonline customers with an HQ or HQ RegXR Account. It allows you to share real-time hazardous chemical information directly with first responders. Share with fire, police, EMT, hospital personnel before an incident occurs and they'll be able to access chemical inventories and SDSs via the cloud.
Was that incident Recordable or Reportable?
Do you question exactly when EHS professionals need to report incidents to OSHA (and within how many hours), and also if certain incidents need to be recorded? To help safety professionals navigate through this sometimes difficult process, we’ve created this free downloadable OSHA Record Keeping Cheat Sheet.
The Financial Impact of Workplace Accidents
In addition to fines and penalties, workplace accidents can result in man hours lost, low worker productivity, and low morale. Yet even modest investments in worker safety and education can reap a sixfold return!
Five Steps to HazCom Compliance
It’s important to get ahead of the eight-ball on HazCom regulations. Our infographic covers every step you need to take to keep your workers safe and your facility compliant.
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