HazCom 2012

/Tag:HazCom 2012
25 04, 2018

Do You Have a Hazard Communication Plan?

By |April 25th, 2018|GHS, GHS Guides, GHS Labeling, GHS Regulations, HazCom, OSHA, SDS software|0 Comments

According to OSHA, maintaining a written hazard communication plan is absolutely critical to workplace safety. This requirement was the second-most commonly cited safety regulation of 2017. Is your company among those out of compliance?  What [...]

30 07, 2015

HCS 2012 Inspection Procedures – 6 Key Points

By |July 30th, 2015|Chemical Regulation, Industry News, OSHA, Safety|0 Comments

OSHA published their long-awaited compliance directive “Inspection Procedures for the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS 2012)” last week. The goal of the instruction is to establish policies and procedures which ensure uniform enforcement of HCS 2012. [...]

11 05, 2015

HazCom: Right to Know vs. Right to Understand

By |May 11th, 2015|GHS Regulations, OSHA|0 Comments

Since it’s conception 22 years ago, the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS or HazCom) has increased the availability of chemical information in workplaces. Additionally, the legislation has dramatically improved the safety and health of workers [...]

20 04, 2015

‘Good Faith’ Extensions to OSHA’s June 1 GHS Deadline

By |April 20th, 2015|GHS Regulations, Industry News, MSDS to SDS Conversion, OSHA|0 Comments

The content of a memorandum published by OSHA in February contains critical information for any corporation who has encountered seemingly insurmountable hurdles on the path to GHS compliance. • WHO: Applies to manufacturers, distributors, importers, and [...]

13 02, 2015

Do All Chemicals Require a GHS-compliant SDS?

By |February 13th, 2015|Chemical Regulation, GHS Regulations, MSDS to SDS Conversion, SDS software|1 Comment

According to HazCom 2012, employers are only required to have SDS's readily accessible for hazardous chemicals. For non-hazardous chemicals, OSHA does not require employers to maintain SDSs. A chemical is considered as non-hazardous only if [...]