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Dec. 15 - OSHA Fall Agenda Only to List Significant Items (GHS)

Posted Date: 
Saturday, December 15, 2007

An article on Occupational Hazards disscusses OSHA and GHS. It says in part:

In the new agenda, OSHA said the agency would submit a complete peer review of economic analysis on OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard by November 2007, but evidently this action has been delayed. The issue of implementing a Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) has been of importance to both large global companies and to OSHA, as it admitted, “U.S. manufacturers, employers and employees will be at a disadvantage in the event that our system of hazard communication is not compliant with the GHS.”

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