Safe chemical Hazards


Safe chemical Hazards Physical Hazardous materials: 1.Liquid 2.Solid 3.Gas 4.Vapor Symptoms of Possible overexposure: 1.Eye discomfort 2.Breathing difficulty 3.Vomiting 4.Headache How to handle: 1.Use cautions 2.Always follow procedures 3.Read all labels 4.Keep yourself & work area clean 5.Plan ahead Contact US Green … [Read more...]

How to be safe when you enter into a confined space!


Safety and security of workers are compromised when employers fail to recognize the risk perceptions existed in a particular work environment and take adequate preventive measures to avoid accidents and injuries. In the conventional work places such as factories or offices, safety needs of every worker can be met by addressing all possible … [Read more...]

Role of Disaster Management Experts in Securing Workplaces

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Every workplace should be prepared adequately to prevent potential disasters, dangers and accidents or reduce its impact when it strikes unexpectedly. Disaster management system should be an important functionality of the occupational health and safety team in any industrial environment who are there to formulate strategies and introduce various … [Read more...]

Tutelage on O2 Cylinder Storage Circumspection

The principal gases used in the industries far and wide are nitrogen, oxygen, carbon dioxide, argon, hydrogen, helium and acetylene with the nomenclature of industrial gases which are often called as specialty chemicals too. To the greatest extent, gaseous substances are compressed in gas canisters, cylinders, tube trailers etc. However few gases … [Read more...]

Confined Space Entry


Confined space attributes to any place, including any vessel, tank, container, pit, bund, chamber, cellar, silos, hulls and storage bins, hoppers, vaults, and sewers or any other similar space which, by virtue of its enclosed nature, creates conditions that give rise to a likelihood of an accident, harm or injury of such a nature as to require … [Read more...]

How to use fire extinguisher

how to use fire extinguisher

What is fire extinguisher? Fire extinguisher prevents the chemical reactions involving heat, fuel, and oxygen (combustion), thus extinguishing the fire. Types of extinguishers: Water extinguishers: Spread the jet of water at the hot materials. Don’t use at electrical equipment’s. Foam extinguishers: It is Suitable for liquid fires like … [Read more...]

Risk Assessment


Identifying and assessing occupational risks and finding suitable ways to create hazard-free work environment for all is the critical part of workplace safety management. A workplace complying with all required safety measures to handle any type of hazard and health risk always report less number of incidents and accidents compared to others which … [Read more...]

5 things you need to know about NEBOSH


Students and professionals aiming for a successful career in safety and health industry automatically choose the National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) course as the certification gives them recognition all over the world across a large spectrum of industries. Let’s find out why should delegates do this course and … [Read more...]

Occupational Spine Injuries and Deterrence of Back Pain


Spine Tune is the Fine Tune for your Better Life! Our spine system is a column of 26 bones -24 separate vertebrae interspaced with cartilage, and the additionally the sacrum and coccyx. The vertebrae are Cervical (7 vertebrae in the neck), Thoracic (12 vertebrae in the chest) or Lumbar (5 vertebrae in the lower back), and between the vertebrae … [Read more...]

Hand Protection


Keep an eye peeled to armor your hands; you can’t even peel a banana without your thumb! The hand is one of the most complex parts of your body- the movement of the tendons, bones, tissues and nerves allow you to grip and do an array of complex jobs. Unfortunately, hand injuries account for approximately 45 percent off all workplace accidents. … [Read more...]


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