DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
GENERAL INDUSTRY SAFETY STANDARDS
(By authority conferred on the director of the department of licensing and regulatory
affairs by sections 16 and 21 of 1974 PA 154, MCL 408.1016 and 408.1021, and
Executive Reorganization Order Nos. 1996-2, 2003-1, 2008-4, and 2011-4, MCL
445.2001, 445.2011, 445.2025, and 445.2030)
PART 92. HAZARD COMMUNICATION
R 408.19201 Scope and application.
Rule 9201. (1) These rules establish requirements to ensure that the hazards of all
chemicals produced or imported by chemical manufacturers or importers are evaluated
and that information concerning the hazards is transmitted to affected employers and
communicated to employees. These rules establish requirements to ensure that markings,
placards, and labels required on hazardous materials and explosives, both in
transportation and at stationary facilities, are retained until the materials have been
removed to the extent that the materials do not pose a hazard.
(2) The regulations adopted by R 408.19202 shall apply to all chemical
manufacturers, chemical importers, and employers pursuant to the provisions of
29 C.F.R. §1910.1200.
(3) The regulations adopted by R 408.19203 shall apply to workplaces pursuant to
the provisions of 29 C.F.R. §1910.1201 and 29 C.F.R. §1928.21.
(4) Section 14a(1) of 1974 PA 154, MCL 408.1014a(1) adopted the original federal
standard by reference. In addition, sections 14b to 14l of 1974 PA 154, MCL 408.1014b
to 408.1014l set forth additional requirements for Michigan employers. The regulations
adopted by R 408.19202 will have the force and effect of law, but only to the extent they
are consistent with section 14a(1) of 1974 PA 154, MCL 408.1014a(1). If there is any
inconsistency, section 14a(1) of 1974 PA 154, MCL 408.1014a(1), will control.
History: 1995 AACS; 2014 AACS.
R 408.19202 Hazard communication; adoption by reference.
Rule 9202. (1) The federal occupational safety and health administration (OSHA)
regulations on hazard communication that have been promulgated by the United States
department of labor and codified at 29 C.F.R. §1910.1200, “Hazard Communication”
February 8, 2013, is adopted by reference in these rules.
(2) The adopted federal regulations shall have the same force and effect as a rule
promulgated under 1974 PA 154, MCL 408.1001 to 408.1094.