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Employer’s Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule  

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publication
F413-012-000



Alt Language(s):
中国的
한국의
Español
Vi?t
 
Employer's Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule (Chinese)

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publication
F413-012-888



Alt Language(s):
Inglés
한국의
Español
Vi?t
 
Employer's Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule (Korean)

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publication
F413-012-777



Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
Español
Vi?t
 
Guía sobre la norma de comunicación de riesgos químicos

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publication
F413-012-999



Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Vi?t
 
Guía sobre la norma de comunicación de riesgos químicos

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publication
F413-012-999



Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Vi?t
 
Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule (Vietnamese)

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publication
F413-012-555



Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Español
 
Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule (Vietnamese)

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publication
F413-012-555



Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Español
 
Safety Standards for Ethylene Oxide WAC 296-855

Ethylene Oxide is a flammable colorless gas that is commonly used to sterilize medical equipment and as a fumigant for certain agricultural products. It is also used as an intermediary in the production of various chemicals such as ethylene glycol, automotive antifreeze, and polyethylene. Exposure is the contact an employee has with ethylene oxide, whether or not protection is provided by respirators or other personal protective equipment (PPE). Exposure can occur through various routes of entry such as inhalation, ingestion, skin contact, or skin absorption.

 



Manual
F414-132-000


 
Workers' Guide to Hazardous Chemicals / Gua del trabajador para el uso de qumicos (English/Spanish)

Brochure: Explains workers' rights under Washington's Hazard Communication rule but does not fulfill an employer's legal obligation to provide information and training to employees.

Includes information for workers about working safety around hazardous chemicals and understanding warning labels.

The Spanish section of this publication is being revised and will be available in the future. / La sección en español de esta publicación está siendo revisada y estará disponible en el futuro.



Publication
F413-014-909


 





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