Below is a list of posters that employers may potentially be required to display:
Job Safety and Health Protection
Equal Employment Opportunity
Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)-Minimum Wage
Employee Right for Workers with Disabilities/Special Minimum Wage Poster
Family & Medical Leave
Federal Construction Contracts (Davis-Bacon)
Employee Polygraph Protection
Migrant & Seasons Agricultural Workers
Federal Contractor Posters
Not all businesses are required to display all posters. The
DOL FirstStep Poster Advisor is a resource that walks employers through a series of questions to help them determine
which posters they are required to display.
State labor laws vary. Visit
DOL for more guidance on what posters you are required to display.
Safety Data Sheets and OSHA's Standard
Many American workers will come in contact with chemicals such as cleaning chemicals, paints, solvents, and pesticides
in the workplace.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) defines a hazardous chemical as any chemical that is classified
as a physical hazard or a health hazard, a simple asphyxiant, combustible dust, pyrophoric gas, or hazard not otherwise
classified. Exposure to hazardous chemicals can be dangerous to the health and physical well being of workers.
OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200 requires chemical manufacturers and importers to evaluate the
hazard of chemicals they produce or import, and to provide information about them through labels on shipped containers
and more detailed information sheets called
Safety Data Sheets (SDS).
Employer Requirements on SDS
OSHA requires employers who use chemicals to obtain labels and SDS from their suppliers.
Workers are trained on program elements, hazards, protective measures, etc.
HD Supply keeps you informed and in compliance with OSHA's standard. We provide
SDS which can be downloaded and printed out to help you comply with hazard communication standards.
Secondary Container Labels
HD Supply provides
secondary container labels to help you remain in compliance. When chemicals, such as cleaning chemicals, are transferred
to secondary bottles, the bottles must have an identification label. OSHA's standard states the identity of the chemical
and appropriate hazard warnings must be shown on the label.
We offer free labels for secondary containers.
Globally Harmonized System for Hazard Communication
NOTE: This information is a summary interpretation and was prepared as general reference material only. This summary is
not authoritative as laws can be amended over time. For specific compliance requirements and updates, please refer to
the actual code language and the statute or legal counsel.