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Hazard Identification

Employees who work with chemicals must understand the hazard of chemicals, recognize the route of exposure and warning signs. Chemical container labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are good sources for information on chemical hazards. It is important to check the labels and SDS before you handle chemicals and pay attention to posted warning signs to minimize potential exposure to chemical hazards. Detailed description of the requirements is covered in the subsections below.



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