If your small business isn't in compliance with OSHA's Hazard Communications Standard the turn of the year marks the perfect time to get compliant.
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First adopted in the U.S. in 1983, the Hazard Communication standard is meant to protect workers who work with or around hazardous chemicals. While some employers may view the HazCom standard as a hassle, it protects employers just as much as it does employees, according to Msds Catalog Service LLC.
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