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We use thousands of chemical products throughout our lives, at home and at work, but most of us would not be able to distinguish safe products from hazardous ones without information and training. That's what hazard communication is about.
OSHA's hazard communication rules - general industry, construction, and agriculture - require employers to train their employees to recognize chemical hazards and to take the necessary precautions to protect themselves.
Oregon OSHA's guide to the GHS-aligned Hazard Communication Standard
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