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29 CFR 1910.1200
HazCom and Right-to-Know Requirements
OSHA estimates show that more than 32 million workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals in their workplace. Because of this, OSHA requires employers to establish a Hazard Communication Program that addresses the hazards that employees face, and to provide training on proper handling of and protection from the hazards they may be exposed to.
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