OSHA holds manufacturers responsible for creating, maintaining, and regularly updating an approach to HazCom that will keep workers safe and satisfy all regulations and requirements. With the deadlines behind us, and the new GHS changes in full effect, it’s important to get ahead of the eight-ball on HazCom requirements.
Remember: HazCom violations are now the second-most cited type of OSHA violation, and have been since 2012.
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