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Washington, DC – OSHA announced a new initiative for hazard communication, consisting of compliance assistance and enforcement components. It is aimed at improving the quality of hazard communication and helping employers and employees comply with the Hazard Communication Standard. The HazComm Standard, adopted 20 years ago, regulates some 650,000 hazardous chemical products and more than 30 million American workers. A fact sheet, available on OSHA’s website, provides more details on the initiative. See

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