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Are You Using Bulk 55 Gallon Drums Of Brake Cleaner? 

Dealers
To save on costs, many service departments are purchasing flammable liquids such as brake cleaner, lacquer thinner, gasoline, and other flammable liquids in bulk 55-gallon drums.  While this may make economic sense, you may have to spend a bit more upfront to comply with flammable liquid storage regulations.  
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OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard: What it is and How to Protect Your Company

EHS
What is OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard? Why are HCS violations so common? How can you avoid one? Find the answers and more in this KPA article.
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Is Your Hazard Communication OSHA-Ready? Find Out If Your Program Stacks Up

EHS
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.
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94% of Hazard Communication Programs Fall Short—How About Yours?

EHS
KPA launched the Hazard Communication Program Grader to assess if organizations were complying with a key OSHA rule. Here’s what we’ve learned.
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Are Your New Cleaning Chemicals in Your SDS Library?

EHS
Your Safety Data Sheet library needs to be updated whenever new chemicals are introduced. That includes any cleaning products you’re using to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
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Pop Quiz: Chemical Spills and Leaks

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Do you know how to effectively prevent spills, leaks, and other forms of toxic chemical exposure? Find out by taking KPA’s Chemical Spills and Leaks Pop Quiz.
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Buffalo Wild Wings Is Now 0–2 in Preventing Fatal Chemical Exposures

EHS
A death at a Buffalo Wild Wings demonstrates the importance of hazard communication training—and the tragic cost of repeating EHS mistakes.
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Is Your Hazard Communication Program Up to Snuff?

EHS
The people at OSHA care about communication so much, in fact, that they’ve developed a Hazard Communication Standard. The HCS requires organizations to adopt a hazard communication program, and applies to all employers with hazardous chemicals in their workplaces.
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