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  • What is the difference between labels on packaging and job site requirements? 

    OSHA’s Global Harmonization Standard (GHS) covers global hazardous material warnings on packaging. RCS is covered within the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (2012), which is a job site regulation. The key difference between GHS and the new RCS regulation is that contractors are responsible for jobsite conditions, regardless of manufacturer packaging and/or SDS literature.