Inventorying your current stocks of chemicals is more important than many companies realize. Laboratories conducting critical research also can’t afford to run low on their supplies, which is why checking and double-checking what materials you have on hand is essential.
Regardless of your line of work, it’s likely that your business has a number of potentially dangerous chemicals stored on the premises. Not all chemicals are inherently harmful, but most can be when used incorrectly or in massive quantities. If… Read More
Creating a safe work environment should be one of your highest priorities. OSHA has outlined a standard called the Laboratory Standard, which is intended to protect lab workers from exposure to toxic chemicals. If your company doesn’t have a Chemical… Read More
Personal protective equipment, or PPE, is essential for human safety in a facility that handles hazardous materials and hazardous waste. PPE can range anywhere from reflective vests that increase visibility, to full cover-alls with a built-in air filtration system. Not… Read More
A flood can cause catastrophic damage. When you add hazardous materials to the equation, the risk goes up significantly. With all of the rain we’ve had recently, much of the East Coast has been dealing with flooding. Unfortunately, heavy rains… Read More
There are so many hazardous material safety regulations that need to be followed, and it seems like they are always changing. All of it can easily become overwhelming if you’re not careful. Since there are so many regulations, one or… Read More