chemicals hazards

How to prevent chemical hazards in the workplace ? Chemicals are an ubiquitous part of the modern workplace, with applications ranging from paints, sprays, inks, toners, and adhesives to an array of materials used in cleaning and maintenance, such as detergents and oils. While these substances are essential for various industrial processes, they also pose potential risks to the health and safety of employees. Any chemical, in gas, liquid, or solid form, that has the…

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workplace fire safety

Introduction to workplace fire safety Fire safety is a paramount concern in any workplace, as it directly affects the well-being of employees and the continuity of business operations. By adopting the right behaviors and procedures and taking responsibility for fire prevention, companies can ensure a safe working environment and avoid potential penalties for non-compliance with fire safety regulations. In this article, we will explore essential fire safety tips provided by our experienced EHS consultants to…

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Engaging Staff in EHS Engaging staff in the area of EHS is no mean feat, as I am sure any seasoned EHS Manager would tell you. It’s a tough challenge for sure and an area that you will need to keep coming back to and in some cases, reinvent the wheel. To be fair, it’s a big part of the role of an EHS Manager and if done well, can ensure that your company is…

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5 Tips for Organizing Your Safety Meetings How productive are your monthly safety meetings? Are they just a tick-the-box exercise and you get nothing done? Your safety committee can be a fantastic tool for your Health and Safety Toolbox. Here are five tips to make sure you are getting the very best out of your team. 1. Define the purpose of the Safety Committee Bring it back to basics and decide what the actual purpose…

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Evaluating the effectiveness of your Safety Training? GEMMA COLLINS DOYLE EHS Consultant EazySAFE Safety training is a critical part of your overall safety program. It is an investment and like any investment, you want to know how it preforms, what you can do to improve it and if it needs changes. That is why it is so important to evaluate how effective your safety training is. An effective safety training program requires continuous evaluation and…

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