Hazardous Material

Understand your responsibility. Workers have a Right-to-Know (RTK) what hazardous materials they are working around, and how to manage them properly. From identification to the disposal of hazardous materials, we have updated guides, articles, products and supplies to keep you in the know.


HazCom Training Materials

The HazCom 2012 deadline has passed! Are your chemical labels and SDS sheets compliant? There’s been a lot of confusion regarding OSHA’s standards, how GHS is incorporated, and what a compliant label looks like.

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HazCom 2012, SDS, and RTK

Natural Structures is in the business of creating fun. The Baker City, Oregon design and manufacturing company has built custom water slides shaped like alligators and stainless steel slides – including one used inside Google headquarters – since 1976.

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Articles & Tutorials

  • From MSDS to SDS

    OSHA’s HazCom 2012 chemical safety standard requires companies to maintain a Safety Data Sheet (SDS). That sounds similar to the old Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), so what’s the difference?

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  • Hazardous Waste Symbols

    Hazardous waste symbols are used to visually communicate hazardous materials. Hazardous waste symbols are not specific to hazardous waste and are used on various types of labels.

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Visual learners will enjoy a wide variety of short industry videos and webinars.

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