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Portable Containers In HazCom 2012

Portable Containers In HazCom 2012

Portable containers for hazardous chemicals in the workplace can have NO labeling in only two situations, according to OSHA’s HazCom 2012 standard. In less than three minutes, Dan Clark explains how a worker may transfer a hazardous chemical from an HCS 2012-labeled container to a container with no warning labels whatsoever. Seems

Dan Clark | February 11, 2016 | Podcast, Portable Containers | Facility Marking, GHS, Hazcom, Labeling, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety


5 Safety Data Sheet Questions For OSHA

5 Safety Data Sheet Questions For OSHA

Safety data sheet compliance is hard when suppliers don’t update. Hear OSHA experts answer five important questions on SDSs required in Hazard Communication. The SCHC OSHA Alliance hosted OSHA’s Lana Nieves and Sven Rundman of The Directorate of Enforcement Programs in a webcast to explain what importers and manufacturers need to do

Dan Clark | September 15, 2015 | Podcast, Safety Data Sheet | GHS, Hazcom, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety


7 HazCom Label Questions For OSHA

7 HazCom Label Questions For OSHA

Hazcom label rules are confusing. Get chemical labeling answers direct from OSHA on their Hazard Communication Standard, HCS, implemented June 1st. Hear important information about pictograms, labeling bulk shipping containers, refillable containers, secondary containers and more. In this podcast, we bring you highlights about HazCom labeling from a webcast presented by the

Dan Clark | September 10, 2015 | HazCom Label, Podcast | Facility Marking, GHS, Hazcom, Labeling, NFPA, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety



4 Steps to Flammable Liquids Safety

4 Steps to Flammable Liquids Safety

Flammable liquids safety can change quickly when workplace temperatures rise. Listen for four ways to avoid flashpoint fires and explosions. Find out the difference between flammable and inflammable. Hear about volatile liquid chemicals, and how their vapors can ignite at a certain flashpoint. In this podcast, Dan Clark warns of four major

Dan Clark | April 21, 2015 | Flammable Liquids, Podcast | Facility Marking, Fire Safety, GHS, Hazcom, Labeling, NFPA, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Safety Signs, Workplace Safety



OSHA Finally Embraces GHS

OSHA Finally Embraces GHS

The deadline for OSHA’s new HazCom labeling standards, based on GHS, is June 1st, 2015. Are you compliant? OSHA has new requirements for labeling chemicals. In this podcast, HazCom industry expert Chuck Paulausky details these new standards, based on the Globally Harmonized System, GHS. Most manufacturers already comply with the new labeling

Dan Clark | December 12, 2014 | GHS Labeling, HazCom Labeling, Podcast | Facility Marking, GHS, Hazcom, Labeling, OSHA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety



Ammonia Hazards

Ammonia Hazards

Ammonia hazards are more common than you think. Many companies use this dangerous substance for refrigeration, and workers need to know the risks. In this podcast, we describe anhydrous ammonia, and how it’s used in breweries, cold storage warehouses, processing milk, cheese and meat. Ammonia hazards include its high flammability, and toxicity

Dan Clark | September 4, 2014 | Ammonia, Podcast | Ammonia Pipe Marking, Facility Marking, Hazcom, NFPA, Pipe marking, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety


NFPA Labels – Reading The Fire Diamond

NFPA Labels – Reading The Fire Diamond

NFPA labels help workers identify hazardous materials. In this podcast, employees can learn how to read the NFPA label, the “Fire Diamond,” to stay safe. The diamond shaped NFPA label has four color quadrants, each designated with a hazard range or symbols. Listen as we review the NFPA label details in less

Dan Clark | August 4, 2014 | Fire Diamond, NFPA Labels, Podcast | Facility Marking, Fire Safety, Hazcom, Labeling, NFPA, Regulations & Compliance, Safety, Workplace Safety