OSHA Finalizes GHS Rule, Training Deadline 12/01/13
OSHA’s goal in adopting certain provisions of the GHS into its HazCom Standard is to give employees the “Right to Understand” the materials they work with, by creating a uniform system for classifying hazardous chemicals and providing information on the hazards to employees in the workplace through labels and Safety Data Sheets.
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