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10 Common Dangerous Substance

Every year, about 80,000 people die from cancer in the EU due to exposure to carcinogens at the workplace. By increasing awareness of hazardous substances, many accidents and illnesses can be avoided...

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11 Tips for Effective Workplace Housekeeping

To some people, the word “housekeeping” calls to mind cleaning floors and surfaces, removing dust, and organizing clutter.

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7 Sections in a SDS

Download an easy-to-read guide to The 7 most important sections in a Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

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8 Best Practices to Improve Construction Site Safety

Construction work is one of the most dangerous professions. And work on the job site is where most accidents occur. Employers do need to mitigate safety hazards to construction workers, but workers need to keep in mind a lot of precautions themselves when working in such hazardous conditions.

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9 Steps to a Successful Safety Culture

It’s the set of values that management and the workforce use to determine how they act at work. 9 steps safety managers can take to make safety a greater value to management and to front-line employees and to build a stronger safety culture.

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Are you REACH ready?

The final countdown for REACH is looming. Make sure you are aware of your obligations. For more information contact ECHA for support on this pressing topic.

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Become an EcoOnline Partner, You’re in Safe Hands

Our software not only helps your clients achieve compliance – but also empower staff to create a lasting safety culture. The EcoOnline platform gives access to a complete user-friendly set of tools to plan manager and implement health and safety best practices.

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Best Practice For Authoring COSHH Assessments

One of the cornerstones of a good COSHH management program, is deciding who in the organisation will be responsible for authoring the assessments. Below we have detailed 4 different options for deciding this and outlined the pros & cons of each.

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Chemdoc App

EHS Managers are typically on the move within sites, across departments and often across multiple site locations. Being able to manage chemical safety on the go wherever your location is a must. In addition, all staff either in the office or out in the field need key chemical information with them at all times to ensure they are empowered to make safe choices in relation to chemical safety.

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Chemdoc Reporting

We take key information off the Safety Data Sheets and add it to our database. We pull information from Section 2 and add it to the database, (i.e. full GHS classification pictograms, hazard and precautionary statements) Full list of ingredient substances from section 3...

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