How the new GHS classification and labeling will affect your plant

Overview:

This special report explains what GHS is, how OSHA is addressing it, why it makes facilities and employees safer and what the new labeling symbols are.

The globally harmonized system (GHS) of classification and labeling chemicals grew out of a 1992 United Nations environmental conference and was formalized in 2003. The GHS aims to harmonize the way nations classify and label their hazardous chemicals across the globe. This special report explains what GHS is, how OSHA is addressing it, why it makes facilities and employees safer and what the new labeling symbols are. The report also provides step-by-step guidance for bringing your organization in compliance with the new system.

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