Be Safety Aware
These are just some of the basic questions that if you answered yes to, means that you are mandated by law to have a HAZCOM program in place and to follow it. Not having one could have costly consequences.
Many small service companies are totally unaware that this is required by OSHA and other agencies. As a result, many are getting fined everyday, sometimes totaling tens of thousands — or more, of dollars.
SafeandCompliant.net was started to help you meet your required regulations set forth by OSHA. Gathering and organizing all this information can be a daunting task. But, not if you are a Safe and Compliant Company. We’ve done most of the work for you. We provide our full members with a custom written Safety/IIPP and HAZCOM manual, required safety posters, safety meetings resources, an MSDS database for all chemicals you use, and more.
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