Joint US and Mexico Efforts to Ensure Safe and Healthful Working Conditions for Workers from Mexico and other Latin American Countries.
Letter of Agreement [PDF*]
OSHA Signed Alliances with Consulate General of Mexico:
Letters of Arrangement (LOA) between DOL/OSHA and Countries in Latin America:
OSHA Alliances with Consulates in Central America:
OSHA Alliances with Consulates in South America:
Joint US and European Union Cooperation on Workplace Safety and Health
European Agency for Safety and Health at Work
OSHA Offers International Travel Guidance to Help Business Travelers Avoid Health Risks
[News Release] April 17, 2002
There are a number of countries around the world that have developed standards requiring transmittal of information to users or handlers of chemicals. While similar to requirements in the United States, the variations result in different labels and material safety data sheets for the same chemicals.
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