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Employer’s Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule  

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publicación
F413-012-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
中国的
한국의
Español
Việt
 
Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule (Vietnamese)

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publicación
F413-012-555

Otro(s) idioma(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Español
 
Employer's Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule (Korean)

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publicación
F413-012-777

Otro(s) idioma(s):
中国的
Inglés
Español
Việt
 
Employer's Guide to the Hazard Communication Rule (Chinese)

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publicación
F413-012-888

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Inglés
한국의
Español
Việt
 
Workers' Guide to Hazardous Chemicals / Gua del trabajador para el uso de qumicos (English/Spanish)

Brochure: Explains workers' rights under Washington's Hazard Communication rule but does not fulfill an employer's legal obligation to provide information and training to employees.

Includes information for workers about working safety around hazardous chemicals and understanding warning labels.

The Spanish section of this publication is being revised and will be available in the future. / La sección en español de esta publicación está siendo revisada y estará disponible en el futuro.



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F413-014-909
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-67 - 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
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-843, Hazardous Waste Operations

Rules for hazardous waste sites and operations.



Manual
F414-120-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-901 - 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
 
Q&A: Hazard Communication Standard

Fact sheet: Provides information about changes to OSHA'S Federal Hazard Communication Standard, which triggers the need for changes to Washington State's standard. Rulemaking is under way in 2013. The changes are intended to improve comprehension of hazard information found in product labels to more effectively prevent injuries, illnesses and fatalities.



Publicación
F417-242-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Q&A: Hazard Communication Standard - Spanish (P&R:Comunicación sobre los Riesgos Químicos)

Fact sheet: Provides information about changes to OSHA'S Federal Hazard Communication Standard, which triggers the need for changes to Washington State's standard. Rulemaking is under way in 2013. The changes are intended to improve comprehension of hazard information found in product labels to more effectively prevent injuries, illnesses and fatalities.



Publicación
F417-242-999

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Inglés
 
Washington State Top 25 Hazardous Industries

Booklet: Provides a summary of occupational injury and illness data, including safety and health violations cited, by the top 25 hazardous industries for the five-year period 2006 to 2010.



Publicación
F417-243-000
 
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.



Publicación
F417-248-000
 
Hazard Documentation Worksheet
Hazard Documentation Worksheet for use by L&I compliance staff to describe, measure and comment on workplace hazards.

Formulario
F418-031-000
 
Alleged Safety Or Health Hazards (DOSH Complaint Form)

Employees use this form to report work place conditions which jeopardize workers safety and health.



Formulario
F418-052-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Alleged Safety Or Health Hazards (DOSH Complaint Form) Spanish - Presuntos Riesgos de Salud y Seguridad (Formulario de Queja de DOSH)

Employees use this complaint form to report work place conditions which jeopardize workers safety and health.



Formulario
F418-052-999

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Inglés
 
Guía Sobre La Norma de Comunicación de Riesgos Químicos

Booklet: Washington State's new Hazard Communication rule became effective April 15, 2013. It is intended to improve understanding of hazard information found on product labels. The booklet includes training requirements, a Q&A about who is covered, pictograms, descriptions of hazards and everything employers need to know and do to be in compliance.

The changes are based on the International Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS).



Publicación
F413-012-999

Otro(s) idioma(s):
中国的
Inglés
한국의
Việt
 
Working Safely with Asbestos in Brake and Clutch Linings
Pamphlet/booklet: Reviews the health hazards of asbestos exposure, use of asbestos in brake and clutch linings, employer's responsibilities, how employees can protect themselves, employee rights, and where to get help with waste management.

Cartel
F413-049-000
 
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.

Publicación
F413-075-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-45  -  Electrical Workers

Safety Standards for Electrical Workers, 296-45 WAC, consist of the requirements for safeguarding employees against electrical hazards in their workplace; requirements for electric equipment and wiring in locations classified as hazardous.



Manual
F414-032-000
 
Safety Standards for Fire Fighters WAC 296-305

The rules of this chapter shall apply with respect to any and all activities, operations and equipment of employers and employees involved in providing fire protection services, fire fighters and their work places, including the fire combat scene.

Firefighters are rescuers extensively trained in firefighting, primarily to extinguish hazardous fires that threaten property and civilian or natural populations and to rescue people from dangerous situations, like collapsed or burning buildings.



Manual
F414-036-000
 
Administrative Rules - Chapter 296-27, 350 & 360 WAC & RCW 49.17

These WAC and RCW rules explain the record keepkeeping responsibilities of businesses such as medical providers, employers who handle biohazards, etc.



Manual
F414-037-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-24 - General Safety and Health

The rules in this chapter are designed to protect the safety and health of employees by creating a healthy work environment by establishing requirements to control safety hazards in the workplace.



Manual
F414-040-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-62, General Occup Health

The rules in this chapter are designed to protect the health of employees and help to create a healthy workplace by establishing requirements to control health hazards. Requirements for chemical hazard communication programs, workplace lighting levels and exposure records are in chapter 296-800 WAC, the safety and health core rules.



Manual
F414-042-000
 
Safety Standards for Confined Spaces WAC 296-809

This chapter applies to all confined spaces and provides requirements to protect employees from the hazards of entering and working in confined spaces.



Manual
F414-068-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-835, Dip Tanks

The requirements for guarding against the hazards of dip tanks.



Manual
F414-109-000
 
Safety Standards for WAC 296-841, Airborne Contaminants

Applies to any workplace with potential or actual employee exposure to respiratory hazards



Manual
F414-118-000
 
Safety and Health Discrimination Complaint

Use this form to file a complaint when you feel you've been discriminated against or discharged for reporting a workplace safety hazard.



Formulario
F416-011-000

Otro(s) idioma(s):
Español
 
Lumber Handling in Sawmills

Book: Developed by mill workers, mill managers and L&I, this manual describes the risks of musculoskeletal injury in lumber-handling jobs. Identifies controls to reduce hazards,increase efficiency and reduce injuries.



Manual
F417-196-000
 
Jorge's New Job: Cholinesterase Testing in Washington State - Spanish Un Nuevo Trabajo para Jorge(English/Spanish)

Pamphlet/booklet: Uses a story format with dialogue and photographs to explain the hazards of cholinesterase-inhibiting pesticides, the state's monitoring program and the importance of using proper safety equipment when working with pesticides.



Publicación
F417-213-909
 
Q&A: Stay of Abatement Date

Fact sheet: Explains how an employer requests a "stay of abatement date." Effective July 1, 2012, an employer must fix a hazard cited in a workplace inspection during appeal unless he or she has requested and been granted a stay of abatement date.



Publicación
F417-235-000
 
Workplace Safety and Health Pocket Guide

Pocket guide: Provides links to online information, including safety and health consultations, how to develop a safety program, reporting hazards and injuries, other safety training, and information for teen workers.



Publicación
F417-241-000
 
Agency Requested Inspection
Used by non-L&I agencies and jurisdictional authorities to request an inspection on an electrical hazard.

Formulario
F500-025-000
 
Electrical Work on Residential Property: What You Should Know Before Work Begins
Fact Sheet: Explains to property owners the importance of electrical permits, inspections and approvals. An electrical permit is required for most new, remodel and maintenance electrical work.

Publicación
F500-078-000
 
Electrical Work on Commercial Property: What You Should Know Before Work Begins
Fact Sheet: Explains to commercial property owners the importance of electrical permits, inspections and approvals. An electrical permit is required for most new, remodel and maintenance electrical work.

Publicación
F500-109-000
 
Questions and Answers about Electrical Safety
Fact Sheet: Answers questions about training and certification/licensing requirements for those who perform electrical installations, and electrical work that requires a permit and inspection.

Publicación
F500-110-000
 
Electrical Safety Tips for Your Home: Protect Your Family and Your Property
Pamphlet/Booklet: Provides information to help consumers properly handle electrical equipment and appliances, know the required permits and inspections for electrical work, and verify licenses and certifications before having electrical work performed.

Publicación
F500-115-000
 
Safety Steps for Supervisors and Employees in Restaurants
Fact Sheet: A useful summary of the responsibilities both employers and employees share for a safe workplace. This can be shared with new employees during their initial orientation.

Publicación
F700-139-000
 
Restaurant Employee Safety Orientation Checklist
Fact Sheet: Download this checklist to help with the safety orientation of new restaurant employees.

Publicación
F700-140-000
 
WISHA Occupational Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens - Chapter 296-823 WAC

Pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans.



Manual
F414-073-000
 
Nail Gun Safety: A Guide for Construction Contractors

Booklet: Gives information needed to prevent nail gun injuries for construction employers.



Publicación
F417-232-000
 
Employing teens under 18 in food service? - L&I’s fact sheet of permitted and prohibited work activities for youth ages 14 to 17 in food service

Fact sheet: Explains permitted and prohibited work activities for youth ages 14 to 17 in food service. Includes rules for driving, student-learner exemptions and work hours.



Publicación
F700-167-000
 





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