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Waxing a industrial floor in a water plant?
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Waxing a industrial floor in a water plant?To me this is a no brainer..  Its not a commercial retail area..  Its a chilled water plant where the floors get covered with water and mud when we open and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Kolder Jul 14, 2013.

 

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Waxing a industrial floor in a water plant?

Waxing a industrial floor in a water plant?To me this is a no brainer..  Its not a commercial retail area..  Its a chilled water plant where the floors get covered with water and mud when we open and service the pumps and chillers.  Im talking about 3000 ton chillers with a 16" pipe size..I know this isn't safe but cant find any osha guide lines stating no wax on a wet process industrial floor.Anyone guide me to this info?ThanksSee More
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Where do you live (city, state, country)?
Iowa City, Iowa
What industry do you work in?
industrial
What is your job title?
Chiller water tech
What company do you work for or associate with?
U of I
Do you currently use or recommend Personal Protective Equipment?
Yes
How did you find our online community?
Google.
Concerned with occupational hazards.
What best describes the role you play in the purchase of safety products?
Other
If Other above, please explain.
Im provided all ppe. But only after requesting it.

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At 6:15pm on June 6, 2013, kwamenimo said…

Good day,

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At 6:34pm on April 1, 2013, Ken Oswald said…
Hi
Welcome to the safety community. I hope you find it is a tremendous network full of information through our blogs, forums and groups. I am the chair of the ergonomics group and invite you to join. Again welcome

Ken O
 
 
 

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