Content related to ‘msds’
Facilities Management Expert Kevin Folsom explains how and why the OSHA reporting requirements changed.
Many facility managers are turning to solutions with a low environmental impact to achieve HazCom Standard compliance including the electronic management of MSDSs.
To smoke or not to smoke? That is the question. How should facility managers draw the line with electronic cigarettes? Folsom examines this issue. From the July 2013 issue.
OSHA’s HazCom 2012 Standard revises how certain substances should be labeled. From the May 2013 issue.
The final rule on the standard was issued on March 26, 2012 and became effective on May 25, 2012.
Employee protection is a serious issue with no leeway for error. Find out how well you did on the quiz.
How many wrong answers are permissible? In the workplace: zero. Employee protection is a serious issue with no leeway for error. For answers to the quiz, check back on 5/2/12.
It doesn’t take all that much effort for the proactive facility manager to benefit from—rather than panic at the thought of—an OSHA inspection.
Any plant that extracts or refines metals like iron, lead, nickel, or tin will face multiple OSHA inspections, writes LeClairRyan Attorney Joseph P. Paranac, Jr.
MSDS management is the most important aspect of this life safety issue.