For an OSHA inspection: “If training and policy reviews are not documented, then it did not happen.” 

Don't spend extra time managing documents, training logs, and incident reports

Focus on your business and ensure that your documents and training are up-to-date with our Hazard Communication Platform

Why you need a Hazard Communication Program

  • Protect Your Employees
  • Employees Right-to-Know
  • Eliminate Risk of Fines
  • Reduce Liabilities

Some of our Platform Features Include:

SDS Database

From cleaning and roofing chemicals to welding gas and manufacturing additives. 

Incident Reporting

Generate OSHA 300 forms without redundant data entry. Employees can submit reports.

Employee Training

Give employees access to training and ensure all training is logged with completion dates.

Templates

Policy and Procedures

Risk Assessments

Training Modules

Does your workplace have any of the following?

  • Hazardous chemicals or drugs?
  • Job activity with risk?
  • Job activity that requires PPE?
  • Policies or Training employees must follow?

If yes, then OSHA requires a HazCom Program

With HazComReady, employees will have the ability to access workplace SDS, Policies, and Training in their work areas.

Hazard Communication Standard

OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200

“Employers that have hazardous chemicals in their workplaces are required by OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), 29 CFR 1910.1200, to implement a hazard communication program. The program must include labels on containers of hazardous chemicals, safety data sheets (SDSs) for hazardous chemicals, and training for workers. Each employer must also describe in a written program how it will meet the requirements of the HCS in each of these areas.” (OSHA, 2014)