(PRWEB) February 20, 2013
5S Today, the industry leading workplace organization provider, is offering a free guide to aid businesses implement the Occupational Safety & Health Administration’s (OSHA) new chemical labeling regulations. These new regulations originate from the United Nation’s Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), a universal system for the classification and labeling of chemicals. OSHA recently adopted this system and mandated all employees be trained for it by December 1, 2013. 5S Today’s free labeling guide provides business owners an overview of the GHS labeling guidelines and pictograms in order to help this organizational transition.
“We researched these new regulations thoroughly and worked hard to design a guide that makes this labeling simple for businesses,” said a representative for 5S Today. “Because there could be some confusion with the new guidelines, we recommend businesses complete their GHS training as soon as possible and pick up our free GHS Safety Guide on our site to get started. The guide takes the guesswork out of the newer updates and Pictograms that have been introduced.” OSHA predicts these universal chemical labeling guidelines will increase worker safety, enhance workplace efficiency, and reduce trade barriers around the world.
5S Today has oriented their entire business model around improving workplace efficiency and worker safety. Their products—including floor marking tools, pipe markers, and floor tape—are all designed to organize the workplace to reduce costs and increase competitiveness.
About 5S Today
5S Today is an industry leader in workplace organization. From their supplies—floor marking tools, floor tape, pipe markers, and more—to their safety videos, 5S Today began with the principle that a better organized workplace is a more profitable one. The five pillars of the 5S organization system are sort, set in order, shine, standardize, and sustain. 5S Today offers both products and a philosophy to improve every business’ workplace organization. For more detail please visit, http://www.5stoday.com.