Eliminating Exposure To Hazardous Materials At The Workplace

There may be plenty of employees and other personnel present in the workplace, so you have to ensure that you make sure your buildings are generally safe and healthy. You don’t want to ever to expose them to occupational illnesses/injuries, accidental falls, indoor air quality problems, exposure to hazardous materials and more.

 

Prevention is the best option for these hazards. That’s why we’ll show you eliminate your employees’ exposure to hazardous materials at the workplace. Pay attention.

 

  • Do the following things to hazardous materials: identify it, isolate it, remove it or manage it.

 

  • Use specific sampling techniques for hazardous substances in each phase of the project. We’re talking about planning, design, construction and maintenance.

 

  • Occupant operations and ventilation/drainage systems materials need to be carefully considered.

 

  • Ensure that adequate space has been provided for hazardous material storage storage compartments.

 

  • Always segregate hazardous materials to avoid compatibility.

 

  • Use IPM (integrated pest management) concepts and requirements into the design and construction of your facility.

 

  • Require the use of IPM to be performed by only the qualified personnel throughout each phase of construction and after the completion of the facility.

 

 

A safe work place is crucial and ensuring that you have the right safety procedures and policies for things such as working at heights, first aid CPR, confined space entry, as well as things like WHMIS-GHS can create a great work environment that is safe and productive. Since Advanced Consulting and Training Ltd.’s founding, their diverse team of certified health and safety professionals have taken great pride in their ability to deliver prompt, cost-effective and relevant workplace health and safety solutions. As a MOL approved, TSSA accredited, and WSIB approved provider, we look forward to discussing how ACT can help with your company’s safety requirements. Contact us today.

 

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