OSHA'S HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATIONS STANDARDS


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OSHA'S HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATIONS STANDARDS
OSHA'S HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATIONS STANDARDSIn 1983, the first regulation requiring employers to advise employees of potentially hazardous materials in the work place was established. This standard, the Hazardous Communications Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200), was established by OSHA and has since been expanded to include almost all employers. The law requires that all employees and their supervisors be informed about the known hazards associated with the chemicals with which they work, regardless of the quantity of the chemicals involved in the operation. These requirements are part of the various right-to-know regulations. As part of these right-to-know regulations, employers are required to post a notice similar to that shown in
Citation
Michael J. Kroes; Ronald Sterkenburg: Aircraft Maintenance & Repair, Seventh Edition. OSHA'S HAZARDOUS COMMUNICATIONS STANDARDS, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export