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OSHA’s Hazard Communication Safety Standards Employers are Required to Follow In The Workplace.

OSHA established standards to protect workers against hazardous chemical exposure on the jobsite. If an employer fails to follow these safety regulations, it is foreseeable that an employee or others could inhale hazardous material or come into physical bodily contact with the chemicals themselves.

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