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# Standard Interpretations
1 2009 - 10/06/2009 - Using the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) to Comply with OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard.
2 2009 - 05/19/2009 - Application of OSHA PEL for nitric oxide as 8-hr TWA to pregnant employees.
3 2001 - 01/11/2001 - Labeling requirements under the HAZCOM and Laboratory standards;use of safe needle devices.
4 1999 - 10/20/1999 - Using "stick-on" labels to meet the requirements of 1910.1200.
5 1999 - 04/05/1999 - Hazard communication requirements for diatomaceous earth.
6 1995 - 11/27/1995 - OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard.
7 1993 - 04/01/1993 - Meeting labeling requirements of hazard communication standard for slag wool.
8 1991 - 02/11/1991 - Label requirements for crystalline silica
9 1990 - 11/09/1990 - Container labeling requirements under the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard
10 1990 - 03/20/1990 - HCS on Hazard warnings required on product labels
11 1990 - 01/22/1990 - Hazard Communication Standard.
12 1989 - 12/04/1989 - Carcinogen labeling requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard.
13 1989 - 07/26/1989 - Labeling requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard.
14 1989 - 07/11/1989 - Clarification of the label requirements of the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS).
15 1989 - 02/16/1989 - Labelling requirements for chemicals transported to another plant of the same company under the HCS.
16 1988 - 11/10/1988 - Lift trucks or other machines found in the workplace are not containers for labeling requirements of the HCS.
17 1988 - 06/27/1988 - Overwarning on Hazard Labels
18 1987 - 10/26/1987 - Labeling and MSDSs for a stump router cutter head which has carbide tips on the cutter teeth.
19 1987 - 08/07/1987 - Cancer warning labels for formaldehyde and products containing formaldehyde.
20 1987 - 06/11/1987 - HMIS for meeting labeling requirements of the HCS.
21 1987 - 05/21/1987 - HMIS use in meeting the in-plant labeling requirements of the HCS.
22 1987 - 05/04/1987 - Evaluation of labeling system which was designed to meet the requirements of the HCS.
23 1986 - 09/09/1986 - Labeling of Formaldehyde-Containing Products Under the Hazard Communication Standard
24 1986 - 08/13/1986 - Explanation of HCS labeling requirements to the National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers.
25 1986 - 08/11/1986 - Labeling requirements for bulk shipments of metallic scrap under the HCS.

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