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The chemicals or substances contained in this revision include all substances for which the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) has recommended exposure limits (RELs) and those with permissible exposure limits (PELs) as found in the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) General Industry Air Contaminants Standard (.1000).In 1974, NIOSH (which is responsible for recommending health and safety standards) joined OSHA (whose jurisdictions include promulgation and enforcement activities) in developing a series of occupational health standards for substances with existing PELs.

GHS label (d) Product identifier (iii) 1.4.10.5.3.1 Precedence for the allocation of symbols 1.4.10.5.3.3 Precedence for allocation of hazard statements 1.4.10.5.4.1 Location of GHS information on the label 1.4.10.5.4.2 Supplemental information: option &location 1.4.10.5.4.3 Use of color outside pictograms 1.4.10.5.5 Special labeling arrangements 1.4.10.5.5.1 Workplace labeling 1.4.10.5.5.2 Consumer product labeling based on the likelihood of injury 1.4.10.5.5.3 Tactile warnings 1.5.2 Criteria for determining whether an SDS should be produced 1.5.3.1.2 Alternate cut-offs & MSDS 1.5.3.1.3 Acute/aquatic toxicity/ based on components at 1% 1.5.3.1.4 Building blocks/MSDS 1.5.3.3.1 Additional information on MSDS Table1.5.2 SDS Section 2.: graphics/pictograms Table1.5.2 SDS Section 3. Other information 2.6.2 Classification/hazard categories 2.6.1 Table NOTE 1: Gas oils, diesel and light heating oils NOTE 3: Viscous flammable liquids such as paints, enamels, lacquers, varnishes, adhesives and polishes 2.6.3 Hazard Communication 3.4.3.3 Skin Sensitizer Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 1) 3.4.3.3 Respiratory Sensitizer Classification criteria for mixtures (liquid/solid): MSDS/labels (note 3) 3.4.3.3 Respiratory Sensitizer Classification criteria for mixtures (gaseous): MSDS/labels (note 5) 3.4.4 Hazard Communication 3.6.2.1 Route specific classification 3.6.2.6 One positive study 3.6.3.1 Test data for mixtures 3.6.3.3 Carcinogen Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 1) 3.6.4 Hazard Communication 3.7.2.3.1 One positive study 3.7.3.1 Test data for mixtures 3.7.3.3 Category 1 reproductive toxicant Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 1) 3.7.3.3 Category 2 Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 3) 3.7.4 Hazard Communication 3.8.2.1 Classification/hazard categories/building blocks 3.8.2.10.4 Saturated vapor concentration 3.8.2 Category 1 target organ/systemic toxicant Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 1) 3.8.2 Category 1 target organ/systemic toxicant Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 3) 3.8.2 Category 2 target organ/systemic toxicant Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 4) 3.8.4 Hazard Communication 3.9.2.1 Classification/hazard categories/building blocks 3.9.2.10.4 Saturated vapor concentration 3.9.3 Category 1 target organ/systemic toxicant Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 1) 3.9.3 Category 1 target organ/systemic toxicant Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 3) 3.9.3 Category 2 target organ/systemic toxicant Classification criteria for mixtures: MSDS/labels (note 4) 3.9.4 Hazard Communication The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is not in itself a regulation or a model regulation.The is updated periodically to reflect new data regarding the toxicity of various substances and any changes in exposure standards or recommendations.The data were collected from a variety of sources, including NIOSH policy documents such as criteria documents and Current Intelligence Bulletins (CIBs), and recognized references in the fields of industrial hygiene, occupational medicine, toxicology, and analytical chemistry.Safety Smart Compliance Newsletter August 2017 In this issue, receive a Fall Hazard Assessment Checklist, this month’s safety talks and much more!FEATURED ARTICLES Hook Up When You Work At Heights Not just anyone can work at heights.

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