Your business needs to be prepared for anything so that it can survive even the most unexpected disaster. Though terrorism may not seem likely, it is still a viable threat that you must consider, particularly if your manufacturing facility is in or near a large city. You also must consider more tangible, common risks, such as criminal activity or natural disasters. To protect your company against such threats that could strike at any time, it is important that you have effective security preparation and disaster response plans.
This infographic gives an overview of the sections in a Hazard Communication Program. Having a Hazard Communication Program in place is extremely important and required by the Occupational Safety & Health Act (OSHA), it is also called Workers' Right To Know.