Tips & Tricks

We share our best tips for a simpler everyday life. Here you will find useful tips and guides for developing your work and chemical safety and managing your chemical inventory.

Simple Risk Assessment in Five Steps

Risk identification and assessment are the starting point for the safe use of chemicals and the preventive work of damage to the workplace. However, risk assessment is often perceived as challenging and time-consuming.

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Office Worker Ergonomics

Many people find themselves using a computer for a large part of the day. Poor workplace design and layout can contribute to workplace injuries and illness while correct chair height, adequate equipment spacing and good desk posture can help you stay comfortable...

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Scaffold Safety

This means working on scaffolding that has been erected by trained professionals under the supervision of a competent person and that the scaffold has been properly inspected before use. It is also important that each worker is equipped with proper protective equipment and have been thoroughly trained in safe work practices when working on scaffolding.

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How To use a Fire Extinguisher

This free workplace safety poster reminds workers to the P.A.S.S. method when using a fire extinguisher. P.A.S.S. stands for pull, aim, squeeze, and sweep. A full explanation of P.A.S.S can be seen in the poster itself...

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Personal Protective Equipement (PPE)

It is designed to protect an employee against hazards including impact, temperature, harmful chemicals, dust, and others.

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Substitution

Substitution means replacement. In other words, when speaking about the substitution of chemicals, it is about replacing substances and products that are harmful to humans and the environment, with less harmful alternatives.

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Manual Materials Handling

Display this poster filled with practical tips to help remind workers of how to lift and handle materials properly and safely in the workplace.

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How to handle an exposure scenario

Hazardous substances registered under REACH (>10 tonnes/y) require extended safety data sheets including exposure scenarios. When you receive a safety data sheet containing a REACH registration number and an exposure scenario, your business is subject to new obligations...

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Know your safety signs

Safety signs must be used whenever a hazard or danger can not be avoided adequately or reduced in another way. Before installing safety signs an employer should examine whether the hazard can be avoided or reduced by collective precautions (precautions that protect everybody) or safer ways of doing the work...

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Slips Trips Falls (Poster)

Slips, trips & falls are one of the most common causes of injuries at work and many result in serious injuries. These accidents could be avoided by raising awareness of how to prevent slips, trips and falls...

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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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Coshh Management Tips

Download an easy-to-read guide to 5 Tips for running a successful COSHH Management System

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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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Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Management Tips

Download an easy-to-read guide to the 10 Top Tips to Safety Data Sheet (SDS) Management

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