Medical waste is one of the most dangerous forms of hazardous waste. That means that it must be handled with extreme caution. When you are responsible for moving, storing, or disposing of medical waste, you must do everything you can… 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
Proper hazardous waste management and disposal procedures are critical to the success of your business. If you are not compliant with the established procedures and guidelines, it can spell trouble for people and the surrounding environment.
While hazardous materials may not be as prevalent in schools as they are elsewhere, there are still plenty of chemicals that have the potential to be dangerous. Knowing where these hazardous chemicals are, and how to maintain compliance is necessary… Read More
Proper disposal of business waste, whether hazardous or not, is a topic that should be approached with care. Not only is adequate disposal necessary for safety reasons, but environmental ones as well. Knowing what your business needs to do to… Read More