The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) is a set of standards implemented by the UN focused on the classification and labeling of chemicals and other hazardous materials. Since 2012, OSHA has updated the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) to align with the GHS standards. This system is meant to standardize and harmonize, ultimately keeping workers safe. The following are…Continue
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Welding fumes are toxic fumes which have different compositions depending on the materials that are being welded. This is why most of them contain harmful contaminants that can harm the lungs when inhaled. Limited exposure can still lead to debilitating health effects such as:
Natural disasters happen ever year. Being able to protect your family and your home inside your house is critical to surviving storm season. Use this guide below to help create a safer environment in your home for you and your family.
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Everyone knows there are certain best practices when lifting a heavy object. For example, you should always lift with your legs, not your back. The same principle applies to situations in which heavy hauling necessitates the use of rigging to lift especially heavy objects. There are numerous guidelines and best practices that OSHA recommends to help ensure that all heavy lifting takes place under the safest conditions. Failing to follow these guidelines and rules can create unsafe conditions…Continue
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Rapid prototyping (RP) is the practice followed to quickly create physical parts to use for testing the look, fit, and/or functionality of a design. Traditional manufacturing processes can take weeks or months to set up, not to mention cost thousands of dollars. That is why the process is so important. It not only saves time, but reduces cost in most cases.
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Personal protective equipment (PPE) is required in a variety of different workspaces: facilities, medical labs, and even office jobs. Construction sites are filled with serious and sometimes deadly hazards. Employers are almost always required to provide PPE for those working on the site, and so it’s crucial to provide equipment that best suits your environment. Carefully assess the present risks and identify the needs of your work site. Is there constantly forklift traffic? Is there risk of…Continue
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It is essential to protect your business from crime, with both cybercrime and white collar crime very real threats to your company. When looking to protect your business and staff from the threat of crime, there is a lot to consider.
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The mining industry is rife with dangers many of which cause serious health concerns for miners. These include:
Blasting and drilling operations dislodge debris in the form of dust particles that are small enough to be inhaled. With persistent exposure, this can cause…Continue
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