Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication - IN
Globally Harmonized Hazard Communication
Most employers are familiar with OSHA's Chemical Hazard Communication Standard, often referred to as "right to know". One of the problems associated with the original law was container labels and warning symbols differ from country to country. This inconsistency could cause confusion and possible injuries. Another problem with the original law was it didn't require a consistent format for the content of the material safety data sheets (MSDS), the document… Show more
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