Safety Services Company
January 16th 2009
If plastic weren’t invented, we would be stuck with buying wooden furniture, stone figurines, glass mugs and all other heavier and more expensive materials on the market. While being useful and indispensable in many areas of our lives, plastic is one of the most hazardous materials in the manufacturing industry. To prevent illnesses and injuries caused by this pouring and molding plastics, workers must apply the following safety measures:
Safety Tips on Working with Hot or Molten Plastic
Safety Measures in Working with Concrete
OSHA Announces Top 10 Most Cited Violations
Proper Management of Hazardous Chemicals: Plan and Training for Workers
MSDS in Your Hazard Communication Program: Your Guard against Hazardous Chemicals
PPE and How It Can Save Your Life – Part 1
Creating Emergency Action Plans for Your Workplace
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