Are your chemical labels compliant with the Globally Harmonized System? The OSHA-mandated system for classifying and labeling chemicals impacts companies that produce, ship or use hazardous chemicals. As of June 1, 2016, workplaces must be GHS-compliant and update labels on chemical and secondary containers as needed to avoid fines.
To ensure your chemical container labels comply with OSHA, Avery makes it easy to create and print your own chemical labels with UltraDuty Labels, FREE GHS software and templates, and your existing desktop printer.
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WCA – The Workers’ Compensation Association of New Mexico serves the workers’ compensation community of New Mexico by promoting educational meetings, seminars and conferences. Further, through various fundraisers, we provide higher education scholarships for the children of New Mexico workers who, through a work-related incident, became permanent or catastrophically injured or died.
NCCI – NCCI analyzes industry trends, prepares workers compensation insurance rate recommendations, determines the cost of proposed legislation, and provides a variety of services and tools to maintain a healthy workers compensation system.
New Mexico Department of Insurance – The mission of the Division of Insurance is to provide convenient access to consumers to reliable insurance products which are underwritten by dependable and financially sound companies. We strive to ensure that these companies have a proven history of fair and reasonable rates and are represented by trustworthy and qualified agents. We are committed to consumer protection and fraud prosecution and deterrence.