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Weekly Safety Meeting – Chemical Spill Safety

Weekly Safety Meeting – Chemical Spill Safety

Unplanned release of a chemical can have devastating effects. Skin and eye burns, damage to the lungs, fire and explosion, corrosive damage to materials, pollution of air, soil, and water, and danger to the public are just some of the possible consequences of a chemical spill. Chemical spills can be...

Safety Tip of the Week – Chemical Spill Safety

Safety Tip of the Week – Chemical Spill Safety

Unplanned release of a chemical can have devastating effects. Skin and eye burns, damage to the lungs, fire and explosion, corrosive damage to materials, pollution of air, soil, and water, and danger to the public are just some of the possible consequences of a chemical spill. The time to deal...

Weekly Safety Meeting – Spill Clean Up

Weekly Safety Meeting – Spill Clean Up

Spill Clean Up Unplanned release of a chemical can have devastating effects. Skin and eye burns, damage to the lungs, fire and explosion, corrosive damage to materials, pollution of air, soil, and water, and danger to the public are just some of the possible consequences of a chemical spill. Chemical...

Safety Tip of the Week – Spill Clean Up

Safety Tip of the Week – Spill Clean Up

Spill Clean Up Chemical spills can be in the form of liquids, solids such as pellets, gases, or vapors. They can be flammable (quick to burn or explode), corrosive (damaging to human tissue or other materials), or toxic (poisonous to humans and other living things). The time to deal with...

Safety Tip of the Week – Spill Prevention and Response

Safety Tip of the Week – Spill Prevention and Response

 Spill Prevention and Response Spills in the workplace cause hazards from slips and falls, exposure to the spilled material, and accidental release into the environment. Know the proper storage, handling, use, and spill response for the materials in your workplace. Prevention: Inspect containers regularly for leaks, corrosion, and worn seals....

Weekly Safety Meeting – Spill Prevention and Response

Weekly Safety Meeting – Spill Prevention and Response

Spill Prevention and Response Spills in the workplace cause hazards from slips and falls, exposure to the spilled material, and accidental release into the environment. Know the proper storage, handling, use, and spill response for the materials in your workplace. Read the safety data sheets (SDSs) that explain correct spill...