Hazard Communication: It`s Your Right to Know

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Available in Spanish



22 minutes



Available in Spanish

When working in the presence of hazardous substances, employees have the right to know what hazardous materials they are around and what their particular hazards are. This is usually accomplished through hazard communication training and MSDS training. A range of relevant hazard communication information is covered in this film including what your `Right to Know` is as an employee, an overview of the different categories of hazardous substances, the labels hazardous materials need to display, proper hazardous chemical storage procedures, how to remain in compliance with OSHA hazard communication standard 29 CFR 1910.1200 and an excellent introduction to OSHA safety standards in approved labeling requirements, including: MSDS, NFPA and HMIS labeling formats.