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MSHA Part 46

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Do you have questions about MSHA, what it means for you, and how it impacts your workplace safety training regimen? Read on to find out everything you need to know, plus a few tips for implementing Part 46 guidelines.

The Difference Between MSHA Part 46 and Part 48

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If you're looking for more information on MSHA guidelines, workplace safety, and little details that will make all the difference in your training courses, you've come to the right place. Today we're taking a closer look at MSHA Parts 46 and 48, helping you understand what they are, what they mean, and how to work them into any complete workplace safety training regimen.

Chemical Container Labeling

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The Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) describes chemical labels as information provided through a group of written, printed, or graphic appropriate elements concerning a hazardous chemical. These should be that placed on the immediate container of a hazardous chemical. The Hazard Communication Standard also is now known as the Right to Understand Standard, requires chemical manufacturers, importers, or distributors to ensure that each container of hazardous chemicals is labeled, tagged, or marked. Employers also have a responsibility for labeling and ensuring employees are trained on hazardous chemicals.  

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