September 2017

Working with Chemicals with an Asphyxiation Hazard
There are many gases widely used commercially that contain an asphyxiation hazard. Good practices and awareness of hazards minimize the risk of asphyxiation.  These chemicals  can be encountered in many work situations, such as mechanical shops, swimming pools, water processing, confined spaces, well servicing, oil & gas operations, maintenance operations, or anytime there is a break of containment.  

Review our video presentation here or in msdsBinders to learn more.

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BLOG: Transportation of Dangerous Goods & Chemical Handling 

This month we look at how chemical handling and your Transportation of Dangerous Goods program need to be aligned. Learn More

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