NIOSH's HazCom Writer provides individuals responsible for writing a MSHA HazCom written program with software to aid in writing their HazCom program and for identifying hazardous chemicals on site. MSHA�s HazCom rule (30 CFR Part 47) requires all mines to determine which chemicals are hazardous, write a Hazard Communication Program, label all containers containing hazardous chemicals, keep MSDs' s for all hazardous chemicals, provide HazCom training to employees, and to make the HazCom information available to employees.
HazCom Helper is a downloadable program that will assist safety officers or mine administrators in writing a HazCom written program.
Download the HazCom Writer software (HazComWriter 3.1.3).
For more information email: OMSHR@cdc.gov.