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Safety Labels and Their Importance On Jobsites

Workers must be extremely careful when they are working on jobsites where hazardous materials are present. This is particularly true for construction workers, painters, substance handlers, and maintenance laborers. These groups expose themselves to toxic chemicals and hazardous materials daily. Biohazard labels and warnings are appropriately placed on every toxic chemical container. Their environment is a bit unsafe, but they maneuver around the danger just to get the job done. As a new employee, a person is always careful and cautious while they work. Over time, this same employee starts to lose the healthy fear that kept them safe. arrow rightRead More

How To Protect Your Employees From Biohazards

When you run a business that can potentially expose your staff members to biohazards, it is your responsibility to make sure that you do whatever possible to limit the exposure of your workers to these hazards. Not only are there legal requirements you must abide by, but there are also best practices that can help reduce your firm's liability. The methods that should be taken to protect employees from biohazards, outside of common practices such as handwashing, are based on the infectious agents that staff members are likely to come into contact with. There are online resources available at ICC Compliance Center, which may provide you with more information. arrow rightRead More

Recognizing the Threat: Biohazard Labels

Biohazards, or biological hazards, are any biological substance that can pose a threat to human health. This includes medical waste, infected animal remains, microorganisms produced in labs, and organic acids or proteins which may cause infection. When such materials are shipped for examination or disposal, Canadian law requires that the containers be affixed with Biohazard Labels. arrow rightRead More

Understanding Biohazard Labels

Biohazard Labels serve a purpose that is similar to chemical labels in that they provide a warning to the people who are handling either the product itself or the container that there is an actual or potential hazard associated with it. Chemical labels warn of some type of health hazard such as toxicity or corrosion. They may also provide warnings of flammability or instability, or any combination of the three. That way, users can take the right precautions to keep themselves safe. This may include the use of personal protective equipment. arrow rightRead More

All About Biohazard Labels

Almost everyone has seen Biohazard Labels on an item at some point, but few people are aware of the real meaning behind the symbol. These labels have been around for decades, and they are used as a warning sign for materials that could harm the health of a living organism. Here is everything you should know about the biohazard symbol. arrow rightRead More