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Hazard Communication Manual

  • September 2005
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This indispensable, FREE, 93-page manual was developed to help EASA service centers navigate the difficult terrain of the Federal OSHA Hazard Communication Standard. More specifically, it will help you collect and file Material Safety Data Sheets, train your employees, and document your training as required. Included are a summary of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, a compliance checklist, a suggested hazard communication program, hints on how to develop a written training program, and a primer on how to read Material Safety Data Sheets. The manual also contains a glossary and samples of various OSHA forms and letters.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction to Hazard Communication
    • Why was this standard put into effect?
    • How will this be done?
    • What should we be doing?
    • How can EASA service centers get this done?
    • Suppose we choose not to do anything?
    • Where can I get further information?
  • Section I: Summary Outline
    • Hazard communication
    • Hazard communication compliance checklist
  • Section II: Suggested Written Program
  • Section III: Hints on Developing Written Training
  • Section IV: How To Read & Understand MSDSs
  • Section V: MSDS Glossary
  • Section VI: Attachments
    • OSHA (Standard 1910.1200)
    • Checmical hazard communication
    • Voluntary training guidelines
    • Substance survey
    • Letters to manufacturers & suppliers
    • Letter re MSDSs to Seller
    • Followup letter re MSDSs to Seller
    • Chemical substance training record

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