Keeping on top of your work facilities’ hazard communication compliance program can go a long way in terms of avoiding some harsh monetary fines and potential brand identity issues. Read on for more information about proper hazcom labeling so you can stay off of OSHA’s most wanted list.
HCL Labels, Inc. offers the largest online library of hazard communication labels to outfit your entire work facility! Our hazcom label library consists of over 50,000 labels and variations. We produce GHS chemical, department of transportation (DOT), ANSI, NFPA, waste, lab, & workplace safety labels, signs, and tags. Let HCL Labels, Inc. out fit your… Continue reading The Largest Online Library of HazCom Labels-Out Fit Your Entire Facility Today!
HCL will dive into the FMCSA 49 CFR subpart E Part 172 about labeling and marking regulations when shipping hazardous materials. The Department of Transportation (DOT) has set forth a series of strict shipping and marking regulations that transporters must comply with. To put it simply, any person that is transporting hazardous materials must ensure… Continue reading Department of Transportation (DOT) Labeling Regulations
May 2017 is national electrical safety month, and HCL wants to remind our customers how to prevent electrical accidents at home. Electricity is a force we have all grown to depend on. It runs through our homes, our workplace, and even our pockets. There are some things to look out for at home in order… Continue reading Electrical Safety Tips: Home Environment
The Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) has declared May 2017 as National Electrical Safety Month. We at HCL Labels want to encourage not just environmental health and safety, but best practices that will keep you, our hardworking customer, safe from house, school, or workplace related hazards. That’s why HCL Labels will promote the theme laid… Continue reading May 2017 is National Electrical Safety Month