You may have noticed some changes with the hazardous chemicals being delivered by FedEx or UPS recently, The United States department of Labor has adopted the United Nations' Globally Harmonized System for Classification of Hazardous Chemicals. This changes the way hazardous chemicals are classified, chemical labeling, safety data sheets, and employee training. Dental practices are required to comply with either the current standard, the new standard, or both during the transition. The transition is expected to be finalized in 2016 and employers are required to provide training regarding GHS by December, 31st 2013. Our professionals are prepared to provide your team with the necessary training, as well as, ensure your compliance with GHS. Our app is loaded with resources to support you and your team in eliminating areas of liability regarding OSHA rules and regulations and promote a safe and healthful work environment. IIt is the only resource available that GUARANTEES you compliance. Call today!
Jon Harris has been coaching and consulting small businesses for more than a decade. His expertise in legal and environmental compliance comes from years of experience assessing liability, developing and implementing action plans to eliminate those liabilities, and pioneering best practices to prevent reoccurrences. He is bringing his corporate experience to small business to foster a new approach to managing liability.