NCOC will start with in-person instruction as planned on Thursday, September 10th.

OAOC will re-open with in-person instruction starting on Monday, September 21st. Click here to read the 'Reopening Letter Update - September 15, 2020'


Hazard Communication and Right-to-Know

GHS Logo
Legislation and/or Regulation:
The OSHA Hazard Communication Standard deals with chemical safety and requires employers to inventory chemicals, provide training to staff, make safety data sheets available, ensure proper labeling, address contractors and non-routine tasks. The NYS Right-to-Know Law requires annual re-training and signs to be posted in the workplace.

What the SRM Service can do to help:
Training and Workshops:
  • Right-to-Know/Hazard Communication Workshops
    • We provide information and training to your staff on safe use of chemical products in the workplace.
  • Assistance with chemical inventory and safety data sheets.
  • Development and maintenance of the written Hazard Communication Program.
Right to know station
View text-based website