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HCP. OSHA Hazard Communication Standard Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the General Industry OTI 501. MSDS. LABEL. General Industry Hazard Communication . _____________________________________. 29 CFR 1910.1200. (e)(1) (h) (h)(1) (g)(1) (f)(5)(i). – Written HCP

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HCP

OSHA Hazard CommunicationStandardOccupational Safety and Health Standards for theGeneral IndustryOTI 501

MSDS

LABEL

general industry hazard communication
General IndustryHazard Communication
  • _____________________________________

29 CFR 1910.1200

violations cited fy 2000
(e)(1)

(h)

(h)(1)

(g)(1)

(f)(5)(i)

– Written HCP

– Employee Training

– Employee Training

– Material Safety Data Sheets

– Labeling

Violations Cited - FY 2000

4

cpl 2 2 38d
CPL 2-2.38D

CPL

2-2.38D

3/30/98

  • March 30, 1998
  • Inspection Procedures for the Hazard Communication Standard
contents
CONTENTS
  • (a) Purpose
  • (b) Scope and application
  • (c) Definitions
  • (d) Hazard determination
  • (e) Written program
  • (f) Labeling
  • (g) Material safety data sheets (MSDSs)
contents6
CONTENTS
  • (h) Training
  • (i) Trade secrets
  • Appendix A - Health Hazard Definitions
  • Appendix B - Hazard Determination
  • Appendix C - Information Sources
  • Appendix D -“Trade Secret”
  • Appendix E - Guidelines for Employers
a purpose
(a) Purpose
  • To insure that the hazards of all chemical produced in or imported into the U.S. are evaluated
  • Hazards transmitted to
    • employers
    • employees
b scope and application
(b) Scope and Application
  • Applies to any chemical which is known to be present in the workplace
    • employee may be exposed
    • actual or potential exposure
    • consumer products
    • laboratory coverage
    • sealed containers
who s covered
Who’s Covered
  • Chemical manufactures
  • Importers and distributors
  • Employers that use chemicals

use means to package, handle, react, or transfer.

c definitions
(c) Definitions

?

  • Chemical - any element, chemical compound, or mixture of elements and/or compounds
  • Hazardous chemical - any chemical which is a physical or health hazard
basic program elements
Basic Program Elements
  • (d) Hazard Determination
  • (e) Written Program
  • (f) Labeling
  • (g) MSDSs
  • (h) Employee Training

HCP

d hazard determination
(d) Hazard Determination
  • Required for
    • chemical manufacturers
    • importers
  • Procedures must be
    • written
    • available upon request (5 working days)
    • Appendix C - Information Sources
d hazard determination13
(d) Hazard Determination
  • Accuracy and adequacy of information on labels and MSDSs
  • Do not have to address each chemical listed individually
  • Must include
    • physical hazards
    • health hazards
e written hazard communication program
(e) Written Hazard Communication Program
  • Required for all employers and

multi-employer worksites

    • when potential for exposure exists
      • for employees
      • for employers
  • Review prior to implementation

HCP

e written hazard communication program18
(e) Written Hazard Communication Program
  • (f) Labeling
  • (g) Material safety data sheets (MSDSs)
  • (h) Training
  • List of hazardous chemicals
  • Non-routine tasks
  • Multi-employer worksites

HCP

e written hazard communication program19
(e) Written Hazard Communication Program
  • Labeling
    • designated person
      • in-plant containers
      • shipped containers
    • description of labeling system
    • written alternatives to labeling of in-plant containers
    • Procedures to review

HCP

e written hazard communication program20
(e) Written Hazard Communication Program
  • MSDSs
    • designated person to obtain MSDSs
    • maintenance of MSDSs
      • notebooks, electronic, back-up system, access
    • procedures to follow to obtain MSDSs
    • procedures for updating MSDS
      • chemical manufacturers and importers

HCP

e written hazard communication program21
(e) Written Hazard Communication Program
  • Training
    • designated person
    • when to train
    • who to train
    • hazards introduced by other employers

HCP

e written hazard communication program22
(e) Written Hazard Communication Program
  • Other topics
    • list of hazardous chemicals
    • non-routine tasks
    • unlabeled pipes
    • multi-employer worksites
      • MSDS access
    • availability of written program
f labeling
(f) Labeling

LABEL

  • Must include
    • identity of the hazardous chemical
    • hazard warning
      • physical and/or health
    • name and address of chemical manufacturer, importer, or responsible party
      • if shipped
f labeling24
(f) Labeling

LABEL

  • Labeling Exception:
    • Portable Containers
      • Portable containers which are intended on for immediate use by the employee who performs the transfer of hazardous chemical from a labeled container are EXEMPT from labeling requirements.
f labeling26
(f) Labeling

LABEL

  • Minimally labels must include
    • identity of the hazardous chemical
    • hazard warning
    • name and address of chemical manufacturer, importer, or responsible party
f labeling28
(f) Labeling

LABEL

  • Stationary containers
    • identity of the hazardous chemical
    • hazard warning
      • physical and/or health
f labeling31
(f) Labeling

LABEL

  • Legible
  • Prominently displayed
  • English
    • additional languages
  • Cross referenced with
    • MSDS
    • hazardous chemical inventory list
f labeling32
(f) Labeling

LABEL

  • Alternate labeling
  • Effectiveness
    • Appendix A (effective labeling)
    • hazardous effects
      • target organs
  • Evaluate in-plant labeling systems
    • training
    • MSDS procedures
g material safety data sheets
(g) Material Safety Data Sheets

MSDS

  • Chemical manufacturers and importers
    • develop or obtain MSDSs
    • Review a representative number
      • Appendixes C and D
g material safety data sheets35
(g) Material Safety Data Sheets

MSDS

  • MSDSs or each hazardous chemical
  • Are each of the 12 elements addressed?
  • Are all sections completed?
  • Missing MSDSs/labels
  • Multi-employer worksites
  • Referral procedures
material safety data sheets
Material Safety Data Sheets

MSDS

  • Applicable ANSI Documents (212) 642-4900
    • Material Safety Data Sheets (1993)
      • ANSI/SAE AMS 2825A
      • $ 24.00 + S&H
    • Preparation of MSDSs (1993)
      • Z 400.1
      • $ 75.00 + S&H
h training
(h) Training
  • Required for all employees
    • exposed to hazardous chemicals
    • potential for exposure to hazardous chemicals
  • Substance specific training requirements take precedence
h training39
(h) Training
  • Review training program with management
  • Provided
    • for new employees
    • upon initial assignment
  • Frequency
  • Training records
  • Contract training
things all employees should know about their hcp
Things all employees should know about their HCP
  • Labeling requirements
  • Type of labeling system
  • Location(s) or operation(s) utilizing hazardous chemicals
things all employees should know about their hcp41
Things all employees should know about their HCP
  • Physical and health hazards of chemicals
  • Methods/observations used to detect presence or release
things all employees should know about their hcp42
Things all employees should know about their HCP
  • What’s in the drum or bag?
  • What is the safest way to handle the material?
  • What if it spills, leaks, or ignites?
things all employees should know about their hcp43
Things all employees should know about their HCP
  • Protective measures
  • Location of the written HCP
  • Name of designated hazard communication coordinator
  • Location of MSDSs and how to obtain a copy
i trade secrets
(i) Trade Secrets

MSDS

CONFIDENTIAL

  • Emergencies
  • Non-emergencies
    • written request
    • exposure levels
exempt
Exempt
  • Hazardous waste
  • Consumer products
  • Articles
    • tables, upholstery,tires, adhesive tape, etc.
exempt47
Exempt
  • Wood and wood products
    • not wood dust
    • not with chemical additives
  • PNOR
    • particulates not otherwise regulated
checklist for compliance
Checklist for Compliance

Obtain a copy of the rule.

Read and understood the requirements.

Assigned responsibility for tasks.

Prepared an inventory of chemicals.

checklist for compliance49
Checklist for Compliance

Ensured containers are labeled.

Obtained MSDS for each chemical.

Prepared written program.

Made MSDSs available to workers.

checklist for compliance50
Checklist for Compliance

Conduct training of workers.

Established procedures to maintain

current program.

Established procedures to evaluate

effectiveness.