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Proper Labeling Chemical Containers – Hazcom Regulatory Compliance

OSHA requires every original chemical container to have a primary shipping label from the manufacturer with a few exceptions: Drugs for patient care, consumer chemicals, and pesticides, including disinfectants and dental unit waterline cleaners, are not subject to the labeling…

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Hazcom Deadlines for Manufacturers Looming – Dental Regulation

In 2013, OSHA revised its Hazard Communication (Hazcom) Standard to align with the United Nation’s Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). Affecting mostly chemical manufacturers, distributors, and importers, the major changes to the Hazcom Standard require…

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OSHA Dental Compliance – Written Plans

Do you know OSHA requires dental offices to have written OSHA safety plans in place that specify how various hazards in the office will be controlled to protect employees? Employers, including dental offices, must have these customized written plans onsite…

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Some California dentists must post Proposition 65 warning signs – OSHA Compliance

California dentists with ten or more employees (on payroll) must post notice sign(s) for visitors to their dental office, notifying them of listed chemicals in the office. California’s Proposition 65, also known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement…

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