Lend a hand to emergency responders
One of the biggest ways that the NFPA improves workplace safety is by offering standard labeling that will let responders know what type of hazards are in the area. With fire hazards being one of the biggest hazards to workplace safety, companies that comply with NFPA standards are easier to protect for emergency responders, which can further improve safety. By following the codes and standards developed by the NFPA, workers and first responders can easily navigate the emergency safely and efficiently.
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Free NFPA Resources & Related Articles
GHS E-Book Free Guide
This guide provides useful information regarding the Globally Harmonized System of Classification (GHS) and Labeling of Chemicals, from labeling requirements to the standards adoption timeline.
HazCom E-BookFree Guide
This Hazard Communication guide explains the recent updates to OSHA’s HazCom standard, which now aligns with GHS. Find out what your chemical labels should look like, what information is required on labels, and methods for creating labels for your business.
Arc Flash Labeling E-Book Free Guide
An introduction to arc flash and how to correctly label your energized equipment. Along with clear labeling guidelines, it also provides insight into NFPA 70E standards and minimal label requirements.