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Employers have the flexibility to choose the type of hazardous communication system they'd like to use in their workplace, per OSHA. Labeling systems such as the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 704 Hazard Rating and the Hazardous Material Systems (HMIS) are recognized and accepted, multi-color formats for identifying your hazardous chemicals and materials in the workplace. The information supplied on these labels must not be conflicting with the revised Hazard Communication Standards (HCS).

The NFPA Diamond System provides information for the protection of emergency response personnel, assist in planning for effective fire and emergency control operations, including cleanup. The degree of the health, flammability, instability, and special hazards are identified on the diamond. NFPA signs and labels are typically placed outside buildings, on doors and tanks and are visible to emergency responders during a spill.

HMCIS Formats arrange information in an easy to understand format, with chemical information, and personal protective equipment (PPE00). Labels can be applied directly to the container holding hazardous chemicals.

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