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Right-to-Know/Hazard Communications

The Washington State Legislature enacted the Worker and Community Right-to-Know Act in 1984 to help people understand the potential dangers fo the hazardous chemicals they work and live near. The law’s purpose is to protect the safety and health of people at work and at home.

Please watch the OSHA Hazard Communication video below, complete the Hazard Communication training, and take the Right-to-Know/Hazard Communications quiz.

Additional Resources:

OSHA Hazard Communication Video

You have now completed the New Employee Orientation Training. However, you may also be required to take additional Safety Training before working in the field (orchards, greenhouses, or on the TFREC grounds). If you do need the additional training, proceed to the Safety Training section of this website.

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