Safety and health newsletter for the Oregon construction industry

December 19, 2013

 

Interactive hazard communication training on labels and safety data sheets available in Spanish

GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets quick reference Spanish

The official Dec. 1, 2013, deadline for training your employees about the new globally harmonized labels and safety data sheets has passed, but you can still train them or give them a refresher. Oregon OSHA has two quick-reference apps to help employees understand the requirements: one in English and one in Spanish.

You'll find them under Hazard Communication on Oregon OSHA's "A-Z topics" webpage.

GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets quick reference English
GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets quick reference Spanish

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