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.
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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