Hydrogen peroxide is a dangerous liquid with strong oxidizing characteristic. You have to handle it with care. Otherwise, you will get injured as what has happened to a student who unwittingly made explosive from hydrogen peroxide recently at University of Bristol. That’s why you must to understand hydrogen peroxide safety tips very well.
As you might already know that beside as a strong oxidizer, hydrogen peroxide is also an irritant and toxic chemical.
You have to handle this hazardous chemical with care and follow the safe handling procedure. This starts from good preservation or storing, handling, usage and also disposal.
Do you know how to handle hydrogen peroxide safely? Continue reading
Are you a new worker who use step ladder in your daily jobs? Or do you want to improve safety of step ladder operation? If your answer are yes for both questions, then you should read the step ladder safety tips that I write in this post.
Step ladder safety is very important topic. That’s why you have to understand this topic very well.
Before we dive into the tips, let’s first see some important facts about the importance of step ladder safety. According to the statistics data from Centers for Diseases Control and Prevention that in the last 10 years 43% of fatal falls involved ladder use.
In addition, in 2011 there were 113 fatalities in work-related ladder fall injuries. Continue reading
Did you know that there are 20,000 forklift-related injuries annually in the United States? And do you usually work in an area where forklift is running? If yes, then you must read this article, 10 Easy to Follow Forklift Safety Tips for Pedestrians, to be safe.
Before going to the tips, lets talk first about the forklift pedestrian accident statistics. National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health reported that there are 100 deaths every year caused by forklift strikes. 36% of that victims are pedestrians.
In addition, there are 20,000 injuries every year caused by forklift in the United States. It equals to 10% of all industrial accidents. Continue reading