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"GHS in the New Year: Five Resolutions for Success"

Jan 2015

Featured: OHS Magazine

Author: Kraig Haberer

Happy 2015! The arrival of the New Year means that we are just six months away from the deadline in which all safety data sheets (SDSs) and labels must comply with the new HazCom 2012 standards.

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"8 Tips to Get a Grip on Your Chemical Inventory"

Jul 2015

Author: Kimberly Williams, Inventory Services Manager

An accurate chemical inventory is the foundation for your overall chemical management initiatives and GHS compliance.

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"Chemical Reaction: How GHS Impacts Workplace Safety"

Sep 2015

Featured: Engineered Wood Journal

Author: Kim Stier, Chief Industry and Innovation Officer

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Hazard Communication (HazCom) violations are ranked among the 10 most frequently cited workplace violations.

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So, You’ve Moved Your Safety Data Sheets Into a Web-based SDS Management System…Now What?

Dec 2016

Author: SiteHawk

Categories: Chemical Management, OSHA Compliance, SDS Management

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Once you’ve implemented a cloud-based SDS management system such as SiteHawk Communicator, you have more than a secure and safe repository for safety data sheets. SiteHawk opens the door to endless possibilities for leveraging your chemical data. Newly implemented clients commonly have questions related to their responsibilities for compliance now that they have an online…

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OSHA Begins Rule-Making Process In November Meeting

Nov 2016

Author: SiteHawk

Categories: OSHA Compliance

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OSHA is beginning the rule-making process to update the Hazard Communication Standard (HazCom 2012 or OSHA 2012). On October 28, OSHA signaled that the process to revise these regulations has begun by publishing a meeting notice in the Federal Register for an informal discussion on hazard communication rule-making. This meeting is to be held on…

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