Globally Harmonized System

In one of the most significant rulemaking efforts in over a decade, OSHA has finalized a rule revising its hazard communication standard to align it with the United Nations’ Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). The rule will affect over 5 million business establishments across the country. Over 40 million employees will need

OSHA has published its long awaited update to its Hazard Communication standard to align the standard with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals.  Click here to go to OSHA’s webpage on the topic, which includes links to the final rule and other guidance material.

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Just weeks after announcing that it would be initiating the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act (SBREFA) process for its IIPP rule, the Agency recently announced that there would be an additional delay in starting the process.  IIPP has the potential to be the most significant OSHA rulemaking in over a decade, potentially requiring all employers to implement

OSHA’s Hazard Communication/Globally Harmonized System proposed rule has been cleared by the Office of Management and Budget, paving the way for the agency to publish it for public comment. The proposed rule has been in the works for several years and the Obama Administration has made finalizing it a priority. If finalized, the proposed rule could significantly