MSDS Sheets

Hazard Communication

As a requirement for OSHA under the Hazard Communication Standards, employers are responsible for informing employees of exposure to chemicals and hazardous materials in the workplace.

According to the OSHA 3084 – Chemical Hazard Communication, employers are responsible to:    

  • Identify and list hazardous chemicals in their workplaces

  • Obtain MSDSs and labels for each hazardous chemical

  • Develop and implement a written hazard communication program

  • Communicate hazard information to employees

If you need assistance with compiling or updating your MSDS sheets or a written program, please contact the Workers’ Compensation department at StaffScapes at 303-466-7864.