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Since 1990, OSHA has required facilities engaged in the use of chemicals in a laboratory to develop and implement a written chemical hygiene plan (CHP). Recent regulatory changes to the hazard communication standard, which will require a CHP to address and include the new changes, are key developments EHS managers need to keep up with. In this webinar, you’ll learn a tested approach for crafting an effective CHP and review key relevant OSHA regulations, including the recently revised hazard communication standard.

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