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Watch: GHS Compliance and HazCom Changes - Whose Responsibility is it?

Posted by Alex Chamberlain

Alex Chamberlain is a writer for ERA Environmental Management Solutions.

When OSHA made the decision to adopt the GHS guidelines for chemical hazard communication standards (deadline: June 1, 2015) it rolled out a series of changes to MSDSs and product labels.

Watch this short slide show presentation to learn more about what changes to expect, how to start meeting your compliance obligations, and what actions are your responsibility versus which are are requirements of your supply chain. 

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  2. Watch: Will the GHS put Your Business at Risk?
  3. OSHA HCS 2015: The Consequnces of Noncompliance
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Do you have a question about the material in this Slideshare presentation or want to learn more about your GHS compliance obligations? Ask our GHS compliance expert Fulvio De Santis: email fulvio.desantis@era-ehs.com.  Or leave a comment in the comment section and ERA will respond as soon as possible.
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