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COVID-19: Mask Use and OSHA’s Role

By Mary Jones, Manager of Implementation & Delivery, and Veronica Marrero, Regulatory Compliance Specialist The Data COVID-19 appears to primarily be spread through respiratory droplets and aerosols. In non-medical or occupational environments, both the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO) recommend wearing cloth masks…
Anna Kasson

SDS & Jurisdictions: What You Need to Know

Hazard and compliance regulations can get complicated – fast. Here’s what we mean: While there is a Globally Harmonized System (GHS), not everyone uses it when authoring SDSs. Some jurisdictions have their own regulations, and others pick and choose aspects from GHS to incorporate into their respective systems. See? Below,…
Anna Kasson
Compliance & Regulatory NewsOSHA

Prop 65 Exemption for Out-of-State Manufacturers

By Veronica Marrero, Regulatory Compliance Specialist Proposition 65 Overview Proposition 65 requires companies doing business in the state of California, including those shipping products into California, to provide clear and reasonable warnings for products that can significantly expose the public to listed chemicals. These listed chemicals, maintained by the State…
Anna Kasson
Environmental Health & SafetyOSHA

3 Key Elements of Hazard Communication Enforcement

When working with hazardous chemicals, employees must have the proper information and training regarding handling the chemicals, protecting themselves against risk, and understanding any outstanding safety concerns. It’s no wonder that OSHA’s Hazard Communications Standards (HCS, otherwise known as HazCom) is the second-most cited federal workplace safety and health standard,…
Anna Kasson