OSHA and the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) continue to recognize the value of maintaining a collaborative relationship to improve safety and health practices and programs in American workplaces, and commit to continue their work together through an Alliance Program Ambassador relationship.
In recognition of this ongoing commitment, OSHA will continue to foster an active relationship with SCHC by:
- Providing routine communication on OSHA’s enforcement, regulatory, and outreach initiatives;
- Sharing invitations to, and offering opportunities to speak at, OSHA Alliance Program and other agency stakeholder meetings or events, such as outreach and training activities through the National, Regional, or Area Offices, and the National Alliance Program Construction Roundtable and Forum; and
- Engaging in information sharing and technical discussions, as appropriate, including completing special projects of mutual interest that align with agency priorities, as resources allow;
SCHC will continue to foster an active relationship with OSHA by:
- Sharing information with members and stakeholders on OSHA’s National Initiatives (enforcement, regulatory, and outreach), and encouraging their participation in OSHA’s outreach initiatives and rulemaking processes;
- Sharing information with members and stakeholders on occupational safety and health laws and standards, including the rights and responsibilities of workers and employers;
- Encouraging SCHC to build relationships with OSHA’s National, Regional and Area Offices to address health, safety, and whistleblower issues;
- Sharing information with OSHA personnel and industry safety and health professionals regarding SCHC’s good practices or effective approaches through training programs, workshops, seminars, and lectures (or other applicable forums);
- Offering OSHA opportunities to speak, exhibit, or appear at SCHC’s conferences, local meetings, or other events;
Products and Resources
Alliance Program Participant Developed Products
- Acute Dermal Toxicity (PDF).
- Acute Oral Toxicity (PDF).
- Acute Toxicity Inhalation (PDF).
- Aspiration Hazard (PDF).
- Carcinogenicity (PDF).
- Corrosive to Metal (PDF).
- Explosives (PDF).
- Flammable Aerosols (PDF).
- Flammable Gases (PDF).
- Flammable Liquids (PDF).
- Flammable Solids (PDF).
- Germ Cell Mutagenicity (PDF).
- Gases Under Pressure (PDF).
- Labeling - OSHA vs. GHS (PDF).
- Organic Peroxides (PDF).
- Oxidizing Gases (PDF).
- Oxidizing Liquids (PDF).
- Oxidizing Solids (PDF).
- Pictograms (PDF).
- Precautionary Statements (PDF).
- Pyrophoric Materials (PDF).
- Reproductive Toxicity (PDF).
- Respiratory Sensitization (PDF).
- Safety Data Sheet (PDF).
- Simple Asphyxiant (PDF).
- Self-Heating Chemicals (PDF).
- Self-Reacting Chemicals (PDF).
- Skin Corrosion Irritation (PDF).
- Skin Sensitization (PDF).
- What is the GHS? (PDF).
- WorkPlace Labels (PDF).