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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
Environmental Health & Safety

EHS Trends Impacting Your Business

The environmental, health, and safety (EHS) sector is always rapidly evolving to meet the changing regulatory demands, mitigate new workplace risks, and maximize compliance. What was standard procedure last month could become obsolete if you’re not paying close attention and keeping up. If you want to stay competitive as an…
Anna Kasson
GHSSDS Authoring

What Online SDS Authoring Software Is Right For Your Company?

OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard is designed to protect against chemical-source injuries and illnesses by ensuring that employers and workers are provided with sufficient information to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control chemical hazards and take appropriate protective measures. This information is provided through safety data sheets, labels, and employee training. But…
Anna Kasson
Compliance & Regulatory NewsHazardous Compliance ExplainedProduct StewardshipSDS Authoring

Compounding and Manufacturing Hand Sanitizer During COVID-19

By Veronica Marrero, Regulatory Compliance Specialist If you are like many of our customers, you may be trying to navigate a new world of manufacturing hand sanitizers or other disinfectant products. Many businesses can modify day-to-day operations to produce these in demand products such as breweries, distilleries, coatings manufacturers and…
Alex Milan