Understanding Hazard Communication Labeling

An OSHA Requirement

By Staff Reporters

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The Hazard Communication Standard

The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard requires proper labeling of all chemicals present in the workplace. Labels are usually provided on chemicals that are found in a healthcare practice, but when a substance is transferred from its original container to a different container, a label must be affixed to the secondary container to inform any employee who uses it of the contents and their potential risks.

Assessment

The Standard also requires education for employees regarding any chemical present in the workplace to which they may be exposed under normal conditions of use or in a foreseeable emergency.

Conclusion

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Become a Paparazzi for the ME-P

Photo-Journalism from the Man / Woman in the Street

By Staff Reporters

Have you ever accidentally run into a “mover and shaker” of the healthcare industrial complex – a “big shot” in the financial services space – or maybe even an expert in the medical management or health information technology ecosystem?

How about the rarest academic celebrity of them all … a federal politician!

If so, the ME-Post has a Mission for You

As a Medical Executive-Post advocate, your position as “everyman-everywhere” is just what we’re looking for. Why? We’ve begun gathering intelligence on those high-profile thought-leaders attending national conferences, regional meetings, or guest seminars, etc.

Be our “Eyes and Ears”

We need your eyes and ears. So we’re asking for your help. If you spot public domain Big Game – anywhere in the world – snap their picture and send it to us. Be polite, be respectful and tell em’ you’re from the ME-P. We will post if appropriate, with complimentary name, title and byline recognition.

Assessment

Maybe that familiar-looking man behind you in line for the men’s room will turn out to be Barack H. Obama or Howard Dean, MD. 

Think: Gawker Stalker meets C-SPAN.

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