Do you know what needs to be observed to ensure the legal handling of hazardous substances and the work safety in your company? We would be glad to support you and provide you with a lot of knowledgeable and valuable expert tips on various topics with our practical advice - at a glance!
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As a result of the on-going COVID-19 crisis, companies across the UK are implementing cleaning, handwashing and hygiene procedures. These important measures help to prevent the spread of coronavirus among employees, but create new hazards in the workplace.
Slips and trips are the most common cause of injury at work, as well as the number one reason why workers require time off from work. For these reasons, we've put together 5 measures for effectively reducing the risk of slips and trips in the workplace.
Every year in the UK, thousands of people injure their eyes while at work - but experts believe that with the right equipment this could have been avoided in 90% of cases. Read through our FAQ on everything you need to know about emergency showers and eyewash stations.
Read through our new online guide – where you will find useful tips from our experts on how to safely handle on-site hazardous materials. We've included a useful FAQ section, and a comprehensive checklist for the successful management of hazardous substances.
Which rules have to be included? Which substances should be stored? Do certain storage temperatures in the media have to be adhered to? What are the operational conditions? Experience has shown that many things can go wrong during planning, which may cause additional costs as well as safety risks. Here are some of the most important questions that should be asked when planning a room system.
The risk of explosion is present in many sectors where hazardous substances are handled on a daily basis. These include flammable liquids such as paints or solvents as well as their vapours - but also flammable dusts. Whether processing, transporting or storing, the right measures must be taken to protect employees and equipment. Here you will find out what you need to know about the risks of explosion and how to protect your facilities and employees against them.
Electrostatics is a well-known everyday phenomenon in many industrial processes. Unfortunately, a dangerous one, because electrostatic discharges can cause explosions. Discover here how electrostatic charges in hazardous areas can be effectively avoided to ensure the safety of your employees and facilities.
With suitable access restrictions in place you not only ensure that external interference (such as theft or tampering) is made more difficult, but you also prevent employees who have not received appropriate training from gaining access to hazardous substances or sensitive work areas. Learn more today.