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Nail salons: How to be safe at work

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Did you know that there are about 14,500 certified nail technicians working in Oregon? This rapidly growing profession provides services such as manicures, applying artificial nails, and pedicures. Many technicians may not know that prolonged exposure to chemicals in nail polish, polish removers, and nail hardeners can harm them if they don't use them properly.
* Winner of Portland Metro Chapter PRSA 2008 Award of Excellence *

4783e brochure

Nail salons: How to be safe at work, Vietnamese language

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Did you know that there are about 14,500 certified nail technicians working in Oregon? This rapidly growing profession provides services such as manicures, applying artificial nails, and pedicures. Many technicians may not know that prolonged exposure to chemicals in nail polish, polish removers, and nail hardeners can harm them if they don't use them properly.

4783v brochure

Oregon OSHA's guide to the GHS-aligned Hazard Communication Standard

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Includes an overview of Oregon OSHA's hazard communication rules and helps employers develop a hazard communication program.

4960 guidebook

Preventing Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories

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Describes the requirements of Oregon OSHA's standard on exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratories.

2274 guidebook|web only

 

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