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    How to Work Safely with H2S

    Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) is a naturally occurring chemical compound that is familiar to workers in the oil and gas sector, wastewater processors, and operators of certain...

    By: Daniel Clark | Safety and Quality Management System Specialist

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    How to Stay Safe from Welding Fumes and Gases

    Open flames, sparks, and high heat may be some of the most visible hazards in the welding process, but welding also comes with respiratory hazards that need to be taken...

    By: Karoly Ban Matei | HR and Safety Manager

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    HAZMAT

    6 Common Workplace Chemicals (And How to Handle Them Safely)

    Nearly every workplace stocks and makes use of chemicals, from the cleaning solutions kept under the washroom sink to the products used in industrial processes.What...

    By: Daniel Clark | Safety and Quality Management System Specialist

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    Toxic Heavy Metals and Occupational Cancer Risks

    Heavy metals are still in prevalent use across the United States. For that reason, industrial workers and employers need to be well informed about the negative health...

    By: Jonathan Sharp

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    6 Jobs That Call for Disposable Clothing

    Maintaining, inspecting, and extending the life of your personal protective equipment (PPE) is a hot topic. But despite all this talk about prolonging the usable life of...

    By: Scott Laxton | PPE Industry Veteran

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    HAZMAT

    How to Prepare for Chemical Spills in the Workplace

    When working with hazardous chemicals, preparation is key. The old mitigation strategy of "just throw some sawdust on it" doesn't cut it - although spill...

    By: Daniel Clark | Safety and Quality Management System Specialist

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