Hazard Communication and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) - Other Resources

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Check the Safety Data Sheet (SDS) and/or label for each chemical used by workers to find out which chemicals can possibly cause harm and include those chemicals in your company's required Chemical Hazard Communication Program.

Don't forget about chemicals that are stored and can be spilled or released during emergencies.

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