Hazard Communication Compliance Made Easy With Electronic Access to Safety Data Sheets

June 29, 2018

For mechanical construction and service employers the most challenging part of compliance with OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard is making a current Safety Data Sheet (SDS), for every chemical substance that workers could be exposed to, readily accessible to them at all times. Electronic access to current, mechanical industry-specific SDSs is made easy with SDS BinderWorks.

The hazard communication management system makes it simple to comply with other hazard communication compliance requirements as well, such as establishing a written hazard communication program and meeting chemical substance labeling requirements. To learn what SDS BinderWorks can do for you, watch the video.

If you like what you see, take advantage of the 5% discount for MCAA and MSCA members. To establish service or learn more about the hazard communication management system, contact SDS BinderWorks, Inc.

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