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Hazard communication

Rules

Div 2, General Industry, Sub Z

1910.1200 Hazard Communication

Div 3, Construction, Sub D

Occupational Health and Environmental Controls

Div 4, Agriculture, Sub Z

Chemical/Toxins


Interpretations | Program Directives | Alerts

Interpretations

Train Workers in a Manner They Understand 5/4/10

Providing MSDS sheets while working with dietary supplements 8/25/09

MSDS for Metals 10/31/08

Compressed Air Pipe Labelling 9/25/06

H2S Exposure 4/7/03

Electronic access to MSDS's 5/21/99

MSDS for waste oils 10/15/98

Labeling Field Requirements 8/24/98

MSDS Requirements for aerosol paint cans 8/24/98

Storing all MSDSs in one place 6/30/98

Hazardous Chemicals in Paint 6/16/98

Retail distributors selling hazardous chemicals 6/16/98

Storing MSDSs electronically 3/6/98

Documentation of training 4/14/97

Applicability to drugs 3/21/97

Labeling requirements 1/16/97

Chemicals requiring a MSDS 7/30/96

Amount of time for a new business to comply with the OSHA Rules 11/18/92

HazComm: Employer Responsibility 10/23/91


Program Directives

Citations: Paperwork and Written Program Violations 1/25/12

Hazard Communication 8/25/05

Local Emphasis Program (LEP): Formaldehyde Exposures in Hair Salons 10/5/10

Worker Inspection Criteria: Temporary Service Providers and Leasing Companies 1/7/14


Fact Sheets/Hazard Alerts/Technical Notes

Hazard Alert: Preventing adverse health effects from exposure to beryllium in dental laboratories Federal OSHA 5/14/02

Hazard Alert: Lime sulfur reacts to form deadly hydrogen sulfide gas 4/8/13

Fact Sheet: Wood dust 5/15/06

Fact Sheet: What is a material safety data sheet (MSDS)? 2/25/08

Fact Sheet: Isocyanates 12/28/11

Fact Sheet: Hazard Communication Standard's label requirements 1/14/14

Fact Sheet: Hazard Communication and the Globally Harmonized System 2/27/13

Datos rápidos para trabajadores sobre hojas de seguridad
Quick facts for employees about safety data sheets
4/11/13


Checklists and Fill-in Forms

Chemical exposures checklist

Employee training record example (English) form

Employee training record example (Spanish) form

Hazard communication checklist

Hazard Communication Plan (English) form

Hazard Communication Plan (Spanish) form

Hazard Communication training form example (English) form

Hazard Communication training form example (Spanish) form

Infection control checklist

Piping systems: identification checklist

Work environment: general checklist


 

Publications | Education | Related | Video

Publications

Form and document samples 1/10/12

GHS-aligned Hazard Communication Standard guidebook 5/2/13

Globally Harmonized System Pictograms Card 8/28/14

Nail salons: How to be safe at work 1/31/08

Occupational safety for the death care industry 9/23/14

Preventing Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories 10/30/09

Warning labels and stickers 7/31/06

Pictogramas del Sistema Armonizado Globalmente 8/28/14

Nail salons: How to be safe at work, Vietnamese language 5/16/08


Education and training

Online Courses / Current Workshops

All Class Materials

Hazard communication Class Materials

Hazard Communication Program - Aligned with GHS Workbook

Hazard Communication Program - Aligned with GHS Instructor Guide


PESO: Bilingual training for employers with Hispanic workers

Additional training resources

GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets interactive training - produced by SAIF

GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets quick reference Spanish - produced by Oregon OSHA

GHS Labels and Safety Data Sheets quick reference - produced by Oregon OSHA


Tools and resources

Field Inspection Reference Manual (FIRM) Word doc

Field Inspection Reference Manual (FIRM) PDF


Video/DVD Library

Look for Hazard communication videos on our Resource Center Website

Streaming or download video


Related information

Hazard Communication Aligned with the Globally Harmonized System - Federal OSHA


 

See also