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Understand the differences between the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) and HazCom 2012. Meet OSHA chemical labeling requirements by following HazCom 2012. Gain clarity on GHS when you reference our online resources and solutions for chemical labeling and Safety Data Sheets (SDS).


UN Revises GHS to Clarify Language

A UN panel has made an update to its Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. To help employers figure out what needs to be done when it comes to chemical safety and communication, the United Nations has been a steady and helpful companion for more than a decade.

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Canada Aligns to GHS

OSHA announced a continued partnership with Health Canada to align U.S. and Canadian regulatory approaches to labeling and classification requirements for workplace chemicals. The goal of the partnership is to implement a unified system allowing the use of one label and one Safety Data Sheet (SDS) that would be acceptable in both countries.

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Articles & Tutorials

  • Understanding the SDS

    Chemical safety is complex, but the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) is the perfect starting point. Understanding the SDS is key to an effective safety program.

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  • Free OSHA GHS Training

    GHS labels are more complex than the old RTK labels and training is critical as well as being required by OSHA.

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  • GHS Purple Book

    The GHS Purple Book provides information for governments concerning Globally Harmonized System (GHS) regulations.

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