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OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard

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The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard was designed to increase workplace safety in the presence of hazardous chemicals. From the largest health care organizations to the smallest dental practices and veterinary clinics, when there are hazardous chemicals in the workplace with the possibility of employee exposure, a robust hazard communication program is a vital employer responsibility.

Business and organizational growth may affect the types and volume of hazardous chemicals your employees may be exposed to in their workplace. Hazard Communication training is required after these changes take place and as new employees are brought on. This white paper is intended to help you stay fluent in hazard communication, ready for change and on top of your OSHA compliance efforts.   

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