¿Qué es un químico peligroso según OSHA?

La Administración de Salud y Seguridad Ocupacional (OSHA) define una sustancia química peligrosa como “cualquier sustancia química clasificada como un peligro físico o un peligro para la salud, un asfixiante simple, polvo combustible, gas pirofórico o peligro no clasificado de otra manera”.

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