Hazard Communication Quiz Q & A
The purpose of the hazard communication standard is to :
OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard is also called :
Employees should never remove or deface labels.
In regards to hazard communication, employees are responsible for :
MSDS sheets should be secured in a locked cabinet during operating hours.
MSDSs are words, pictures or symbols in combination appearing on a label conveying physical and health hazards.
All chemicals in the workplace need to be evaluate prior to being handled or stored.
The Hazard Communication Standard requires employers to develop an inventory of all hazardous chemicals used, handled or stored within a facility.
First responders when responding to fires, spills, etc sometimes use MSDS sheets.
The red section of the HMIS label indicates the rating for health related hazards.
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