Want to Simplify the Process of HazCom Compliance? Start Here!

August 15, 2018

To comply with OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, your company must establish a safety program to protect workers who may be exposed to chemical substances. MCAA’s Model Hazard Communication Program can be quickly tailored to create your program.

Making sure that current Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are readily accessible to workers at all times is easy with electronic access to SDS BinderWorks.

If you have any questions about these resources, or about other occupational safety and health issues, please contact Pete Chaney.

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