Pace Logo

Hazard Communication

Effectively Manage Your Workplace Hazard Communication Program

Ensure your workplace safety procedures meet Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) and Globally Harmonized System (GHS) requirements. Whether your needs range from strategic hazard communication programming to more tactical support, such as SDS authoring services, we customize our approach to address the specific challenges you face.

Effectively managing and communicating the identities and hazards of chemicals used in your facility requires thorough planning, label design, and training. Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) are essential for workplace and transport safety and are mandated by federal regulations. The information on your SDSs needs to be accurate and complete to ensure compliance with local, national, and international requirements.

Ready To Get Started?
Or Call: 612.656.1175

Regulatory Compliance Services

Hazard communication requirements vary between companies, which is why we adapt our approach to best suit your needs. Whether the support you seek is on a one time or ongoing basis, we design solutions fit for your purpose.

Ad Hoc Consulting

Our highly qualified regulatory compliance consultants excel at understanding the challenges you face and providing the information you need to make informed decisions. Let our team of SDS authors support you using our GHS authoring system to create GHS compliant labels and safety data sheets. With expertise in both domestic and international product regulations, we help you navigate the ever-evolving regulatory industry.

Regulatory Staffing

We go beyond scientific recruitment to hand-pick an elite team for your project, manage their day-to-day activities, and continually support your science. By providing ongoing assistance, our services help overcome turnover constraints, resolve workload backlogs, ensure quality assurance, and recruit qualified talent to meet pivotal milestones.

Process Outsourcing

Our team relieves your planning, training, and maintenance to take on and manage your hazard communication program, allowing your staff to focus more on core regulatory activities. We provide reliable compliance with minimal inputs.

EPA PFAS Regulations - TSCA Section 8(A)(7)

On October 11, 2023, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) published a Final Rule for the reporting and recordkeeping requirements for per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) under the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Section 8(a)(7). In this whitepaper, our resident expert, Steven Ernst, Senior Regulatory Consultant, covers everything you need to know about navigating these EPA PFAS reporting and recordkeeping requirements.

Ready To Get Started?
Or Call: 612.656.1175

Raw Materials Data Management

Our team helps you to achieve efficiency with raw material data management by collecting, validating, and entering your raw material data. We also focus on database population, acquisition integration and dossier preparation for customer data requests.

Proven Expertise

Our flexible service options are designed to fit your needs. Check out the three example case studies below to see how we can adapt to meet your company’s goals, no matter the size or development stage.

Efficient Vendor Management In A Chemical Company

Bringing A Product To Market In A Start-up Company

Reactive Regulatory Program In A Global Company

Achieve OSHA Compliance

OSHA’s Proposed HazCom Implementation of GHS Revision 7

The OSHA Directorate of Standards and Guidance has been working since 2016 to update the HCS to reflect newer revisions of GHS. In February 2021, OSHA issued a proposed rulemaking to update the HCS to align with the 7th Revision of the GHS, with the incorporation of some elements of the 8th Revision. Download our whitepaper to learn more.

What Manufacturers & Suppliers Need to Know About WHMIS GHS Revision 7 Updates

In December 2020, Health Canada recommended amending the HPR to bring it into alignment with the 7th Revision of the GHS. While the update has some variances, it largely mirrors the changes suggested by the United States in its parallel effort to update the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS; Docket No. OSHA-2019-0001). Read our blog to learn more.

How We Work

What The Proposed Rule Changes To OSHA Hazard Communication Standard May Mean To Your Operations

OSHA proposed modifications to the HCS earlier this year to align with Revision 7 of the GHS. In turn, many professionals have sought clarity about these changes and what it means to their operations.

Integrated Professional Services

When your team needs additional support, we are ready to jump in to meet demand. Our diverse range of expertise allows us to aid in a variety of projects and programs.