Grab These Inspiring Safety Motto Start “I Will” To Motivate People

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Are you familiar with this famous safety motto, “Safety starts with me”? This motto brings an important safety message. This means that safety should start from a “will” or from your own motivation.

It also means that someone who writes or reads this sentence shows a determination to do something, strong motivation, and courage as well as a probability of success.

Regardless of any safety motto or safety slogan topic you choose (lab safety slogans, industrial safety slogans, construction safety slogans, etc), try to use the safety motto start “I will” to grow internal motivation. [Continue reading…]

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The Reason Why You Must Have Wearable Carbon Monoxide Detector

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According to cdc.gov, during 2010-2015 there are 2,242 deaths caused by unintentional carbon monoxide poisoning.

The highest point in each year was in the winter season. OSHA released a warning to employers about this hazardous gas during the winter season.

Carbon monoxide poisoning can happen where ever you go: workplace, office, home, hotel, school, camping, in a car, and so on. [Continue reading…]

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Tips on How to Control Hazards of Static Electricity in the Chemical Industry

Talking about the hazards of static electricity in the chemical industry is like re-open my memory when I was facing such kind of incidents in the plant several years ago.

The accident happened when metallic-powder catalyst charging was being done from a wagon into a catalyst feeder with poor earth grounding and incomplete flammable gas substitution.

Static electric sparks were created and ignited flammable gas inside the catalyst feeder immediately. A fire occurred. [Continue reading…]

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Hazard Controls Hierarchy – How to Control Hazards Effectively

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The hazard control hierarchy provides a clear way on how to control hazards in the workplace effectively.

There are many kinds of safety hazards in the workplace; chemical hazards, biological hazards, ergonomic hazards, physical hazards, radiation hazards, and environmental hazards.

An accident may happen if these hazards are not controlled effectively.

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21 Chemical Plant Workplace Safety Topics for Meetings

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Do you usually have difficulty in getting safety meeting ideas? If you are facing this problem, this post hopefully can help you solve the problem.

The solution is to have a list of various workplace safety topics for meetings.

Talking the same topic in safety meetings will not only make you lose meeting members’ attention but it will also result in a poor-participation meeting.

In addition, having very limited workplace safety topics for meeting is also a problem. [Continue reading…]

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44 Important Safety Precautions Inside the Laboratory

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Having a good understanding of safety precautions inside the laboratory is a very first step to keep laboratory safety.

If you ignore these safety precautions, then you will end with an unexpected injury or accident.

So, always make sure that you already understand and implement all of these safety precautions inside the laboratory.

Do not forget to remind other workers with safety slogans for the laboratory. They are effective and simple to use. [Continue reading…]

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10 Hazards of Ammonia That You Have to Know Right Now

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Hazards of ammonia are harmful to your safety and health. Beware of this chemical; while you are using it, on the road, warehouse, or any other places where you find this chemical.

Actually, ammonia is a very useful chemical. According to Potashcorp.com, the world’s ammonia consumption is increasing from year to year.

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Despite its usefulness, however, ammonia can potentially endanger your safety and health. [Continue reading…]

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Here Are The 11 Powerful Pre Loss Control Inspection Checklists

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Loss control inspection checklists are an important guideline for preparing a successful loss control survey. Make sure you have it before facing the loss control inspection.

A loss control inspection or loss control survey is performed in a timely manner. Based on my experiences, the schedule is between 2-3 years. But, it will also depend on the insurance company policy.

Because the schedule is not so frequent, this causes most of you to forget to make enough preparation. As a result, you will not get the maximum benefits from the loss control survey.

That’s a problem. Avoid this from happening.
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The Unexpected Plant Shutdown Safety Checklist

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Plant shutdown is an example of non-routine activities and one of the most dangerous operation periods for a chemical plant. The bad news is that, as reported by tcetoday.com, around 70% of the major accidents occur during non-routine operations.

Because of this risk, you have to focus on safety during plant shut down more than during normal plant operation.

Especially, when you face an unexpected shutdown.

Take more care against unexpected shutdowns rather than a planned shutdown. It is because you have no plan at all and there may be hazards that you have never thought about.

That’s why you need a checklist to avoid forgetting important safety considerations during the plant shut down.

A plant shutdown safety checklist will help you focus on safety better while carrying out the plant shutdown activities safely.

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Drum Spill Containment Pallet – Things You Should Know

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To meet spill containment regulation, you have to prevent hazardous liquid spills from drums from happening. One of the most common ways to do this is by using a drum spill containment pallet, as a secondary spill containment.

This method is effective enough for preventing hazardous liquid spill into the soil and water as long as you select proper capacity and design.

So that is why in this post I write complete information regarding drum spill containment pallet to help you select the proper design.

I will begin this post with the spill containment pallet requirements. Let’s move on. [Continue reading…]

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