When dealing with hazardous waste, you need to be as cautious as possible. This doesn’t only apply to your technicians who are responsible for handling the waste, either. Making sure that the HAZMAT container is actually empty is just as… Read More
When you’re handling hazardous materials, it is essential that you know exactly what you are dealing with and the risks involved. By definition, hazardous materials are extremely dangerous, but there are nine different classes of hazardous materials that tell us… Read More
Working with universal waste can be extremely dangerous. You never know what you’re handling, which means that ensuring that everything is properly labeled becomes even more important. Here is more information about labels for universal waste.
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
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) mandates that those who work with dangerous and hazardous materials are familiar with the various dangers and know how to handle them safely. Unfortunately, there’s really no way to make sure every employee… Read More
Hazardous waste isn’t always what you think it is. Sometimes, your workers will encounter biohazardous materials in the course of their work. Handling these materials requires additional training. For quality biohazardous waste training, you can trust the professionals at AEG… Read More