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Policy Statement

Marywood University has developed a Written Hazard Communication Program in compliance with OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 29CFR 1910.1200(e). This program details the steps taken by the University to ensure that the hazards of all chemicals purchased and distributed by the University have been evaluated and communicated to all employees.

Marywood University complies with the Pennsylvania Worker and Community Right To Know Program, which requires employers to tell their employees, the community, and certain public agencies about hazardous substances in the workplace.


Training is provided for affected employees.

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07/01/91 - Reaffirmed with publication of Faculty Manual and Personnel Manual