Basic Rules For The Safe Handling Of Hazardous Materials

| September 19, 2017

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For hazardous waste generators, understanding the basics for the safe handling of hazardous materials can keep your employees from catastrophic injury and your facility free from accidents and the fines that accompany them. Because numerous injuries can result from improperly handling and storing materials, workers should also be aware of accidents that may result from the unsafe or improper handling of equipment as well as from improper work practices. able to recognize the methods for eliminating the occurrence of such accidents. Employers and employees should examine their workplaces to detect any unsafe or unhealthful conditions, practices, or equipment and take corrective action. We’ve created a list of basic rules for you to evaluate your current work environment and discuss at your next safety meeting to ensure that your employees know how to handle materials safely.

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