Revised OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)
Summary: The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has adopted criteria from the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for classifying and communicating chemical hazards to workers. For companies to be compliant, chemicals made or imported must be reevaluated and new labels and safety data sheets (SDSs) must be created. Visit the OSHA website for more information.

The Schedule

  • Distributors Must Ship Products with New GHS Labels - December 1, 2015

  • SDSs:
    Brulin SDSs have been revised to meet the GHS standard - 16-section ANSI format. Customers will receive the new SDSs as they order product. SDSs are also available on the product pages of this website in English and Spanish.

    Labels: Product labels have also been revised to the GHS standard. View this video to see the label changes:

    Brulin would like to assure our customers that this OSHA required SDS and label transition has not changed Brulin's formulas, nor has it compromised the effectiveness of our products. Instead, you can rest assured that our formulas are GHS complaint and have been through a stringent review process to ensure accuracy. Here are a few resources to help you sort through the regulation:
    GHS vs. HMIS, GHS Pictogram Cheat Sheet