Hazard communication. It may sound about as exciting as aquarium filtration, but it can save your fishies’—I mean your employees’—lives, as well as millions of dollars in regulatory and legal fees.
And yet too many organizations fail to do it correctly, as the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s most recent annual list of the most frequently cited standards indicates. Hazard Communication was the #2 most common violation in 2019, with 3,671 reported cases.
Don’t let your people or your organization become statistics in 2020. It’s time to see whether your hazard communication protocols meet OSHA’s standards.
We’ve developed a quick tool you can use to see how your program stacks up. When you’re finished, you’ll get a program grade based on your answers.
How did you do? However you scored, KPA’s compliance experts are available to confidentially discuss your results and help you implement a better hazard communication program using our EHS software, award-winning training, and expert consulting. Talk to us.