OSHA has released its final rule occupational exposure to respirable crystalline silica. This silica standard will protect more than 2 million workers who are at risk for exposure to respirable crystalline silica in the workplace, but it will also come at a cost to employers. Here’s a
Last month, we told you about the new Safety Data Sheet (SDS) format required by OSHA’s updated Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), 29 CFR 1910.1200. Now it’s time to fill you in on the second half of the puzzle: a new label design. What changes to the labels can you expe
A significant danger in the workplace today is welding fumes. Welding exposure is so common that up to two percent of the world’s population in industrialized nations have been affected in some way. Exposure to welding fumes can have debilitating effects on the human body for ma
Last month we told you that OSHA has made changes to its Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), 29 CFR 1910.1200, requiring a switch to new straightforward Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and visually driven labels with hazard icons. Now it’s time for us to show you the new format so you
OSHA has revised its Hazardous Communication Standard (HCS) to help protect workers and to ensure that American businesses can remain competitive in the global marketplace. Why did the Hazard Communication Standard change? Previous to the change, OSHA’s Hazard Communication stan
The health of your workforce is a vital constant in today’s working environment. Increasing costs and a constant barrage of changing information can make maintaining a safe and healthy workplace difficult. Hazard assessments of the operations and tasks your workers perform are
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