HAZARD COMMUNICATION PROGRAM

A hazard communication program allows your organization to meet OSHA’s right-to-know standard. Employers are required to inform, train, and prepare their employees to work around hazardous chemicals or drugs in the workplace. 

There are 8 main steps to becoming compliant with OSHA Hazard Communication requirements.

HAZARD COMMUNICATION STEPS

STEP 1. Identify Responsible Staff

STEP 2. Implement Written Hazard Communication Program

STEP 3. Ensure Hazardous Material Containers are Labeled

STEP 4. Maintain Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

STEP 5. Inform and Train Employees

STEP 6. Document and Evaluate your Program

STEP 7. Provide Employee Access to Policy, Procedures, and Training

STEP 8. Provide Employee Access to Safety Data Sheets (SDS)

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How we can help?

Creating policies and procedures can be very time consuming. Instead of starting from scratch, we have dozens of templates to choose from to help you create new policies, procedures, assessments, and training modules. Simply add and delete information to make the template specific to your organization.

TEMPLATES

We provide templates from job specific training modules to fire safety programs

EMPLOYEE COMMUNICATION

Our platform allows employers to easily disseminate policies, SDSs, and training

SDS DATABASE

Use our database to create department specific SDS folders