SDSpro Advisor Newsletter

Winter Weather Hazard Precautions

In addition to cold stress, there are other winter weather related hazards that workers may be exposed to when performing tasks such as driving in the snow, removing snow from rooftops, and working near downed or damaged power lines. Winter Driving Although employers...

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Workplace Stress

Stress can be harmful to our health and increase mental health challenges. Mental health challenges can include clinical mental illness and substance use disorders as well as other emotions like stress, grief, feeling sad and anxious, where these feelings are...

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Hurricanes: know your risk, get prepared, stay informed!

Hurricanes are a form of tropical cyclones that are capable of causing devastating damage to communities. Hurricanes are storm systems with circulating air and sustained wind speeds of 74 miles per hour or higher. The strongest hurricanes can have wind speeds...

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Consumer Product Labeling Requirements – Canada

In Canada, a consumer is considered to be anyone from the general public who has access to a product that is advertised, imported or sold in Canada. Products sold via retail to a consumer must comply with Canada consumer label requirements as per CCCR, 2001...

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Consumer Product Labeling Requirements – Mexico

All products intended for retail sale in Mexico must be labeled in Spanish prior to being imported into Mexico. Norma Oficial Mexicana (NOM) is the name of each of a series of official, compulsory standards and regulations for diverse activities in Mexico. Products...

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Consumer Product Labeling Requirements – USA

Manufacturers that make their products available to the general public for purchase at USA retail or online outlets must comply with United States labeling regulations as outlined by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), even if the intended use is as an...

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