OSHA has released two new compliance assistance tools to help employers meet requirements of the agency’s revised Hazard Communication Standard. OSHA’s new fact sheet explains the training that employers must conduct by Dec. 1, 2013, on the new safety date sheet format.
A new OSHA brief explains the revised chemical labeling rules. Find these tools and more at OSHA’s Hazard Communication page.
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