Hazard Communication Program
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All employers who use or store any hazardous chemicals in the workplace must comply with OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). This regulation, which has regularly topped OSHA’s list of the most frequently cited standards, requires covered employers to implement and maintain a written Hazard Communication Program (1910.1200(e)). The written program must address employee training on chemical hazards, a list of hazardous chemicals, instructions on how to obtain and store chemical safety data sheets, and an explanation of how chemical labels and other forms of warning will be used in the workplace. Failure to comply with OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard can result in fines up to $7,000 per violation. Maximum fines for noncompliance will be increasing by up to 80% on or before Aug. 1, 2016.
By the final compliance deadline of June 1, 2016, all covered employers must update their written hazard communication programs to reflect the U.N’s globally harmonized system (GHS) of chemical labeling and identification. This employer deadline represents the final implementation of OSHA’s revised standard, which took effect in May 2012. Prior to the final June 2016 deadline, employers, chemical manufacturers, and chemical distributors had to comply with other compliance deadlines pertaining to labeling, safety data sheets, and employee training.
To help employers ensure compliance with hazard communication requirements and OSHA’s final rule implementing GHS, Personnel Concepts has revised its all-in-one Hazard Communication Program for 2016. This comprehensive program (revised in March 2016 to reflect the latest guidance from OSHA) is designed to help you comply with the final June 1, 2016, GHS deadline for employers. It includes a CD-ROM with fill-in-the-blank forms and a customizable written plan, a complete reference manual for the program administrator, and a HazCom Right-To-Know Poster that reflects the GHS revisions to OSHA’s standard.
Who Needs It
All businesses with one or more employees on payroll that use or store hazardous chemicals must comply with OSHA’shazard communication standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). Covered employers must revise their existing written hazard communication programs by the final GHS compliance deadline of June 1, 2016. Most businesses in the U.S. are covered by the standard, and employers who are uncertain of whether they are covered can demonstrate good-faith compliance by implementing a basic written program that reflects the latestregulatory changes.
Compliance with OSHA’s Standard
Our revised 2016 Hazard Communication Program will help you comply with the standard’s mandatory written program requirements, including required revisions before the final GHS compliance deadline on June 1, 2016. This comprehensive program includes a customizable written plan on CD-ROM that is designed to meet the revised requirements of 1910.1200(e), and includes both printed and electronic training materials to meet notification and training mandates.
OSHA’s hazard communication standard is typically one of the agency’s top five most frequently cited regulations, meaning that employers have an increased likelihood of being fined for a hazard communication violation during an inspection as compared to other OSHA standards. Implementing our program, poster, and CD-ROM can protect your business from fines up to $7,000 per violation.
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If you are not completely satisfied with our Hazard Communication Program, you can return it within 30 days for a full refund, less shipping and handling.
Our comprehensive 2016 Hazard Communication Programincludes the following critical tools and information:
- A 100+ page reference manual that includes detailed implementation procedures, an overview of the new final rule, FAQs on OSHA's standard, a sample written program, employee training materials, and instructions for meeting the final GHS compliance deadline of June 1, 2016.
- A CD-ROM featuring electronic fill-in-the-blank compliance materials, including a customizable written plan to meet requirements, printable electronic forms and the complete text of OSHA's standard
- A laminated HazCom Right-to-Know Poster to meet employee notification requirements under OSHA's hazard communication standard and the final GHS rule.
- Online access to downloadable versions of the fill-in-the-blank forms, policies and checklists.