GHS is a United Nations effort to help the world consistently identify and handle hazardous chemicals to protect people and the environment across borders.
New equipment combines video surveillance from cameras with other data that is already being collected to provide insight into an operation.
In December 2013, a big change is coming to the way warning and hazard labels and related materials are displayed on scores of different products including professional cleaning products.
Since the inception of the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in the 1970s, workplace fatalities have dropped by more than 65 percent, and job-related injuries and illnesses have been reduced by over 67 percent, yet these numbers could decline significantly by taking simple precautions.
Regardless of the excuses or rebuttals, the long and short of it is that we must train for safety.
Some building owners and managers are cognizant of the initial impression the façade of their facility provides, but many fail to focus beyond cleaning windows and repairing bricks and mortar.