Hazardous Chemical Information – Labels



Hazardous Chemical Information – Labels

Hazardous Chemical Information – Labels Labels keep us informed all the time. Labels inform our diet decisions, ensure we take the right medicines in the right amounts, and keep us safe at heights and in tight spaces. In the workplace, labels communicate hazards, precautions and exposure treatment for hazardous substances.


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Official DOL OSHA card – shipped within 2 weeks

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OSHA 29 CFR 1926


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is a safety label?

A safety label is a small piece of paper or sticker attached to a product or equipment that provides important information about potential hazards and how to use the product safely.

Why are safety labels important?

Safety labels are important because they help prevent accidents and injuries by providing clear instructions and warnings about potential hazards associated with a product or equipment.

Who should attend a safety labels course?

Anyone who works with or around products or equipment that have safety labels should attend a safety labels course. This includes employees, supervisors, and managers.

What will be covered in a safety labels course?

A safety labels course will cover topics such as understanding different types of safety labels, interpreting and following safety label instructions, and how to properly apply and maintain safety labels.

How long is a safety labels course?

The length of a safety labels course can vary, but it typically ranges from 1-2 hours. However, some courses may be longer depending on the depth and complexity of the material being covered.