Did you know that one of the most commonly cited OSHA Hazard Communication inspection violations is “lack of, or an incomplete, written program”? When planning your OSHA HazCom 2012 Compliance actions, don’t overlook reviewing and updating your written Hazard Communication program.
We can help.
ChemADVISOR is pleased to announce the availability of a service to review and update your written Hazard Communication program.
The written Hazard Communication program is considered a blueprint of your workplace specific program reflecting your current Hazard Communication compliance process and includes items such as:
- Who is responsible within your organization for implementation of different aspects of the Hazard Communication requirements
- How the requirements for labels, SDS and training are being met
- Type of in plant labeling system used
- How the hazards of non-routine tasks are addressed
- How Hazard Communication is handled in a multi-employer workplace
- List of OSHA hazardous known to be present in the workplace
Contact ChemADVISOR to assist you in all your HazCom 2012 needs!