Decontamination procedures for working with Oil Based Drilling Fluids
While performing certain operations on a drilling rig, you may encounter drilling fluids and vapours that may contaminate or pass through your protective gear. It is important to follow decontamination procedures to reduce the risk of the chemical being absorbed into your body or unknowingly spreading the hazard to other people. Review our video presentation to learn more. This video has been developed for our CHAMP clients to complement job site training and their Exposure Control Plan developed within the system. Contact a Chemscape Representative for details on CHAMP and Exposure Control Plans.
Chemscape office moving to downtown Calgary
We want to notify our customers and friends about our office move effective June 26th. Our new address will be Suite 320, 715 - 5th Avenue SW, Calgary, Alberta T2P 2X6. Our phone number will not change. The new office space will accommodate our growth and have a training room located closer to many of our customers.
Looking for some training on msdsBinders?
Join us for a 30-minute msdsBinders training session on the basics of the system June 29, 2017 at 11:00am MST. Attend training at your desktop; an internet connection is all that is required.
Contact us to reserve a spot.
Blog: Getting started on eliminating chemicals or ingredients
Banning, prohibiting or restricting a chemical or ingredient is the first control for managing the health hazards of a chemical in the workplace. Elimination can prevent injuries, illness, loss or adverse effect on the environment.
Read more on how to get started.
We would be happy to help with any product or Health & Safety concern. Our personalized service sets us apart. Chemscape provides this newsletter to our valued clients with resources that can be used in health and safety meetings.
For more information contact your Chemscape representative, or call us Toll-Free: 1-855-720-MSDS (6737) or email@example.com.