Employees will encounter dangerous materials at work, and often a lack of knowledge is the root cause of accidents. With Hazard Communication For Non–Industrial Employees, your employees will be aware of hazards, familiar with common office pollutants, and able to understand labels and material safety data sheets of hazardous chemicals.
Know The Hazards
Office-Related Illness and Injury
Labeling and Other Forms of Warning
OSHA requires that workers have a “right to know” what they are working with in regard to hazardous materials in chemicals. In a non-industrial workplace, this concept is often overlooked. Hazard Communication For Non–Industrial Employees takes a look at the hazardous materials and chemicals present in the average, non-industrial work environment.
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