Handling OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standards

If a chemical has a warning label on it, you need to be very careful about how it is used and disposed of, especially in health care clinics, where solvents, cleaning products, mercury containing substances, and a host of toxic chemicals are used routinely. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has guidelines for handling most of the chemicals used in health care settings.

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