Category: Regulations & Compliance

A Review of OSHA’s Fatal Four: Electrical Hazards

The Occupational Health and Safety Administration recognizes four common workplace safety hazards that can easily become fatal if the right precautions aren’t in place ahead of time. In the first entry of this four-part series, we’ll examine electrical hazards – one of OSHA’s “Fatal Four” and a hazard that can strike anytime, often without warning. READ MORE

What’s in the bottle?

Do you have GHS secondary container confusion? A secondary container by definition is defined as any container being used beyond the original manufacturer’s bottle that the chemical was shipped in. This may include, but is not limited to: portable or working containers, such as spray bottles, jugs, jars, flasks, beakers or small storage bottles in immediate use. READ MORE