Container labeling is a critical part of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, and one that trips up a lot of safety teams. We’ve got some best practices for you.
Employees have the right to know what chemicals they could be exposed to and their potential hazards. That’s the reason for OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, and why Safety Data Sheets are important.
Compliance with the Hazard Communication Standard is not a one-shot deal. You’ll need to determine who’s responsible for both the initial and ongoing activities needed for compliance. We’re here to help you get this process rolling.
The Tier II reporting deadline is coming up on March 1st - are you ready? If you store hazardous chemicals on-site, you'll need to comply.