April 18, 2011
SMG SAFETY ADVISOR: Spill Response: The Four Critical Steps
Whether chemicals are added as part of a production process, used to clean or lubricate equipment, or exist as the byproduct of some other action, they can pose a hazard to workers. If something goes wrong and a chemical is spilled, appropriate action must be taken immediately to prevent injury to workers and others, and to minimize the potential damage to other materials and facilities. The safety experts at Safety Management Group have outlined the four critical steps for spill response and also offer advice on planning for chemical spills. Read more here or browse Chemical Safety signs and labels at ComplianceSigns.com.
Posted by David Anderson