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All employees must be training in two new elements of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard by December 31, 2013: new labeling elements and the new standardized SDS (formerly MSDS) format. Read on for training resources you can use. Read More
April 30, 2013 | Regulations
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This rather unorthodox question arose at a recent 49 CFR training class. But, not by a participant – by the instructor, Gene Sanders, a certified dangerous goods instructor. Had Gene lost his mind? Had he poured something “funny” in his morning coffee? Read More
April 08, 2013 | Regulations
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If you manufacture or import chemicals, you know that OSHA has adopted the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) into the Hazard Communication Standard, and you must make several changes to comply with HazCom 2012. What you may not know is that there may be packaging changes needed! Read More
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The shipping of dangerous goods (or hazardous materials, I’ll use the terms interchangeably) is highly regulated. Whether you’re shipping dangerous goods by air, sea, or ground, it doesn’t have to be a risky proposition. With careful attention to these five factors, you should be able to select the right packaging to meet your needs. Let's begin! Step #1 is to review the nature of the materials being shipped. Read More
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