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Techletter, a training newsletter for service professionals, has been offering its subscribers OSHA training modules in each of its biweekly issues. Now, nonsubscribers can also receive this training at Techletter.com.

| October 31, 2013

Have you fulfilled your mandatory OSHA training requirements? December 1 is the date by which pest control technicians must have received training on OSHA’s revised Hazard Communication Standard.

Techletter, the training newsletter for pest control technicians, has been offering its subscribers OSHA training modules in each of its biweekly issues. Now, nonsubscribers can also receive this training at Techletter.com.

Publisher Pinto & Associates has placed 10 training pages, an introduction, and a final exam on its website, Techletter.com. At the bottom of the home page, click on OSHA HCS Training Modules. For more on OSHA’s training requirements, visit http://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/index.html.
 

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