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Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

Publication
F413-012-000

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中国的
한국의
Español
Việt
 
Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers (Vietnamese)
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

Publication
F413-012-555

Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Español
 
Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers (Korean)
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

Publication
F413-012-777

Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
Español
Việt
 
Chemical Hazard Communication: Helpful information for employers (Chinese)
Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.

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F413-012-888

Alt Language(s):
Inglés
한국의
Español
Việt
 
Workers' Guide to Hazardous Chemicals: Understanding the Right-to-Know Law-English/Spanish (Gua del trabajador para el uso de qumicos peligrosos: Comprendiendo la Ley del derecho a saber)
Pamphlet/booklet: Explains Washington's chemical hazard communication standard, which requires employers to inform their employees about hazardous chemicals in the workplace and to train them in their proper use.

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F413-014-909
 
Safety Standards for Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals

The purpose this of section, Chapter 296-67 WAC, Process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals, contains requirements for preventing or minimizing the consequences of catastrophic releases of toxic, reactive, flammable, or explosive chemicals. These releases may result in toxic, fire, or explosion hazards.



Manual
F414-090-000
 
Comunicación sobre Peligros Químicos: Información Útil para los Empleadores

Book: Provides employers a checklist on the requirements of the chemical hazard communication rule. Contains an extensive question-and-answer section and information on starting an employee-training program.



Publication
F413-012-999

Alt Language(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Việt
 
Safety Standards for Possession, Handling, and Use of Explosives WAC 296-52

Explosives mean any chemical compound or mechanical mixture commonly intended or used for the purpose of producing an explosion.



Manual
F414-038-000
 
Safety Standards Lockout/Tagout WAC 296-803

Lockout/Tagout applies to the service and maintenance of machines and equipment, including piping systems, if employees could be injured by the unexpected energization or start up of the machine or equipment or release of stored energy. Energy sources include mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, or other energy, including gravity. Machines and equipment include those that produce high intensity electromagnetic fields.



Manual
F414-124-000
 
Safety Standards for Ethylene Oxide WAC 296-855

Ethylene Oxide is a flammable colorless gas that is commonly used to sterilize medical equipment and as a fumigant for certain agricultural products. It is also used as an intermediary in the production of various chemicals such as ethylene glycol, automotive antifreeze, and polyethylene. Exposure is the contact an employee has with ethylene oxide, whether or not protection is provided by respirators or other personal protective equipment (PPE). Exposure can occur through various routes of entry such as inhalation, ingestion, skin contact, or skin absorption.

 



Manual
F414-132-000
 
Chapter 296-901 WAC - Global Harmonized System for Hazard Communication

Chapter 296-901 WAC, GHS is the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. The GHS is a system for standardizing and harmonizing the classification and labeling of chemicals.



Manual
F414-155-000
 
Worker and Community Right-to-Know Program
Fact sheet: Provides an overview of the Worker and Community Right-to-Know (RTK) Program authorized by legislation in 1986. Explains the RTK fees, education on hazardous substances that the fees support, who pays the fees and how they are calculated.

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F413-075-000
 
2014 Workplace Safety and Health Calendar: Top 12 Hazards that Cause Injuries and Deaths

Calendar: Features real Washington State businesses and employees handling typical workplace hazards and spotlighting the top 12 hazards that cause injuries and deaths. It includes suggested weekly safety and health tips for different hazards, including slips trips and falls, struck by falling objects, burns and more.



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F417-248-000
 





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