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Free Guide to Hazardous Material Labeling
Using RTK Labels & the NFPA Diamond

NFPA Diamond labels were designed to inform emergency responders, but have also been used to satisfy OSHA's "Right-to-Know" regulations. HazCom 2012 is now the requirement.

Hazardous Material Labeling - Free NFPA Guide

Emergency responders will continue to be trained to read the NFPA label, yet these labels will no longer fulfill OSHA’s requirements.

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  • Use it as a desk reference or hang it on the wall in a noticeable spot. Your employees will be able to quickly and easily understand RTK labels.
  • Understand how to create RTK Labels and the NFPA Diamond.
  • Quick and easy reference for desks or bulletin boards.
  • Keep your workplace safe and up to date.