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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 Plans Crucial in Preventing Employee Exposure

Several workplace chemical exposures have prompted OSHA to remind companies of proper respirator and ventilation policies. After an incident in New York, individuals urge OSHA to create a notification system for local first responders, fire departments, and others of the chemicals companies work with and any prior violations so as to prepare them for future chemical emergencies.

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Hazard Alert Aims to Protect Workers from Silica Exposure

OSHA and the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health issued a hazard alert about protecting workers from significant crystalline silica exposure.

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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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