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Show employees what information SDS must include to comply with OSHA and GHS requirements.
OSHA Notice Safety Sign: SDS And The Written Hazardous Communication Program For This Work Place Is Located In Foreman's Office
Provide a distinct location for workers to find crucial safety information in a job area.
Prevent harm by reminding employees and guests that hazardous materials are present.
Bilingual OSHA Notice Safety Sign: SDS And The Written Hazardous Communication Program For This Workplace Is Located In Foreman's Office
Emphasize the importance and location of two key documents in a hazardous workplace.
Inform workers that poison exists in the work area and refer them to the SDS.
Warn employees that hazardous materials are present and should be handled with caution.
Protect your SDS documents and carry them along with you with comfort and ease.
In order to keep all employees safe, warn of the potential hazardous materials in use.
A quick reference to the NFPA hazard classification codes along with storage for SDS.
Bilingual Right-To Know centers make it easier to accommodate all workers.
Keep job site documents neat, organized, and easy to find for personnel and workers.
Make workers feel safe by allowing them to retrieve Safety Data Sheets when requested.
Give employees the opportunity to obtain SDS by clearly labeling the location they are in.
Mark where safety data sheets and other important documents are located.
Sturdy all-aluminum center board has a lower pocket to hold and store the SDS binder.
Designate a specific location for job site safety documents and keep them protected.
Keep workers informed of the importance of staying safe and where SDS are located.
Alert workers to the availability of Safety Data Sheets in two languages.
Give employees and visitors the opportunity to fill out safety data sheets when requested.