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Right-to-Know Tailgate

Right-to-Know Tailgate


Introduction:  You work with chemicals in your job every day. Do you know the names of the chemicals stored without looking at the labels? Do you know how to handle and store them safely without risking potentially dangerous exposure? What would happen to you if you were overexposed to these chemicals? Any worker who doesn’t know the answers to these questions is at risk of serious harm. That’s why the hazard communication standard – also known as the “Right to Know” law – was established by OSHA. It required employers to provide their employees with detailed information and training on the chemicals they work with.


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Category: Chemical and Hazardous Materials

Language: English

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