Five Steps to HazCom Compliance

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OSHA requires employers who handle hazardous chemicals to develop, maintain and regularly update their workplace HazCom program in order to keep workers safe. With GHS changes now in full effect, it’s important to ensure you're on top of your HazCom requirements and prepare your business for future updates.

OSHA requires employers who handle hazardous chemicals to develop, maintain and regularly update their workplace HazCom program. 5 Steps to HazCom Compliance provides a brief explanation of each step employers must take to ensure they meet OSHA HazCom requirements, including:

  • The Written HazCom Plan
  • Workplace Chemical Inventory
  • Chemical Container Labeling
  • SDS Library & Right-to-Know Access
  • Employee Training

Don’t wait for an OSHA inspection before you take action! Get a jump on compliance with our infographic today!

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Five Steps to HazCom Compliance

Print it out. Hang it up. Put it to Work!


OSHA requires employers who handle hazardous chemicals to develop, maintain and regularly update their workplace HazCom program in order to keep workers safe. With GHS changes now in full effect, it’s important to ensure you're on top of your HazCom requirements and prepare your business for future updates.

OSHA requires employers who handle hazardous chemicals to develop, maintain and regularly update their workplace HazCom program. 5 Steps to HazCom Compliance provides a brief explanation of each step employers must take to ensure they meet OSHA HazCom requirements, including:

  • The Written HazCom Plan
  • Workplace Chemical Inventory
  • Chemical Container Labeling
  • SDS Library & Right-to-Know Access
  • Employee Training

Don’t wait for an OSHA inspection before you take action! Get a jump on compliance with our infographic today!

Five Steps to HazCom Compliance