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2 HAZARD COMMUNICATION REQUIREMENTS Site Specific Written Program Chemical Inventory MSDSs/SDSs Labeling Non-routine Tasks Contractors Training

3 Product ID Signal word Hazard statement(s) Pictograms Precautionary statements Product & supplier identification Labels filename -3

4 Safety Data Sheets (SDS) Section 1- Identification Section 2- Hazard(s) Identification Section 3- Composition/Information Ingredients Section 4- First-Aid Measures Section5- Fire-Fighting Measures Section 6- Accidental Release Measures Section 7- Handling and Storage Section 8-Exposure Controls/Personal Protective Equipment Section 9- Physical and Chemical Properties Section 10- Stability and Reactivity Section 11- Toxicological Information Section 12- Ecological Information (non-mandatory) Section 13- Disposal Considerations (non-mandatory) Section 14- Transportation Information (non-mandatory) Section 15- Regulatory Information (non-mandatory) Section 16- Other Information

5 Other Standard Revisions …as a Result of GHS Adoption

6 Revisions CategoryCriteria NFPA 30/Old OSHA FP <23°C (73°F)BP 35°C (95°F)IA 2FP <23°C (73°F)BP >35°C (95°F)IB 3 FP 23°C (73°F) 60°C (140°F) N/AIC, II 4 FP >60°C (140°F) 93°C (200°F) N/AIIIA - 93°C (200°F) N/AIIIB

7 Revisions (b)(2)(iv)(g) Flame arresters or venting devices required in paragraph (B)(2)(iv)(f) of this section may be omitted for Category 2 flammable liquids & Category 3 flammable liquids with flashpoint below 100° F (37.8° C) where conditions such that use may, in case of obstruction, results in tank damage.

8 Revisions (c)(9)(i) All metal parts of spray booths, exhaust ducts, & piping systems conveying flammable liquids or liquids with flashpoint 200°F (93°C) or aerated solids shall be properly electrically grounded in effective & permanent manner (e) Flammable liquids & liquids with flashpoint >200°F (93°C)

9 Revisions (e)(4) Transferring liquids. Except as provided in paragraph (e)(5) of this section, withdrawal of flammable liquids & liquids with flashpoint >200°F (93°C) from containers having capacity >60 gal shall be by approved pumps. Withdrawal of flammable liquids or liquids with flashpoint >200°F (93°C) from containers & filling of containers…

10 Revisions (e)(6)(iv) Piping systems conveying flammable liquids or liquids with flashpoint >200°F (93°C) shall be of steel… (e)(8) Pump relief. If flammable liquids or liquids with flashpoint >200°F (93°C) are supplied to spray nozzles by positive displacement pumps, pump discharge line shall be provided with approved relief valve…

11 Revisions (e)(9) Grounding. Whenever flammable liquids or liquids with flashpoint >200°F (93°C) are transferred from one container to another, both containers shall be effectively bonded & grounded…

12 Revisions (a)(1)(ii) Process which involves Category 1 flammable gas (defined in (c)) or flammable liquid with flashpoint below 100° F (37.8° C) onsite in one location, in quantity of 10,000 pounds ( kg)

13 Revisions (a)(3) Health Hazard includes chemicals classified in accordance with , as posing one of the following hazardous effects: acute toxicity; skin corrosion or irritation; serious eye damage or eye irritation; respiratory or skin sensitization; germ cell mutagenicity; carcinogenicity; reproductive toxicity; specific target organ toxicity; aspiration toxicity or simple asphyxiant

14 Revisions Definitions (c)(2) You must ensure that any exhaust air re-circulated from dipping or coating operation using flammable liquids or liquids with flashpoints >200°F (93°C) is:

15 Revisions (c)(1)(iv): minor language updates to assure compliance with Hazcom

16 Effective Completion Date Requirement(s)Who 12/1/13Train employees on new label elements & SDS format Employers 6/1/15 12/1/15 Compliance with all modified provisions of this final rule, except: Distributors may ship products labeled by manufacturers under old system until 12/1/15 Chemical manufacturers, importers, distributors & employers 6/1/16Update alternative workplace labeling & hazcom program as necessary, & provide additional employee training for newly identified physical or health hazards Employers Transition PeriodMay comply with either (final standard), current standard, or both Chemical manufacturers, importers, distributors & employers


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