To protect workers who deal with hazardous materials, OSHA’sGHS – HAZCOM OSHA Global Harmonization Updates has been aligned with the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).
The revised standard involves widespread changes including:
- Specific criteria for classification of health and physical hazards, as well as classification of mixtures
- New requirements for labeling
- 16-section format for safety data sheets
With the deadline for all workers to be trained (December 1st, 2013) quickly approaching, it’s important to get familiar with the new regulations.
This supplement features:
- Final revisions to the HazCom section of Part 1910
- Miscellaneous updates to Parts 1910 for General Industry, 1915 for Maritime, and 1926 for Construction
- RegLogic – a user-friendly approach to formatting regulations
- Additional highlighting to show you exactly what’s changing