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LEHDER Is Now Part of The Montrose Environmental Group - MySDS to the RESCUE
We at MySDS are here to assist you. If you used to have your Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) managed by Lehder now part of Montrose Environmental we can HELP!
The Safety Huddle Series! MySDS and My Peace of Mind
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High Pressure Injection Injuries
High Pressure Injection Injuries. Am I or My Employees at Risk? What You Need to Know. [WARNING: This post contains graphic images that may be disturbing
MySDS & Green Lights Support March of Dimes
March of Dimes Sudbury gets $1.85M to help people with disabilities find work. Federal funding boosts Accessible Biz Connections program
WHMIS 2015 Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
WHMIS, the acronym for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System is often misspelled.
3 Ways to Bring Work Safety Home this Halloween
When you think of Halloween, what is one colour that comes to mind? Orange.
The image in this pictogram shows a tube spilling liquid onto a hand (right) and a piece of metal (left).
Dry Ice: A Deadly Party Favour
Dry ice can be the perfect addition to a Halloween party, creating an eerie fog across a spooky Halloween display.
Dust that can kill: Is it in your workplace?
When it comes to health and safety in the workplace there's one common and deadly problem hiding in the corners of industries across the world: Combustible
Personal Protective Equipment: Are you covered?
Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE as it is often referred to, is more than just a suggestion, it’s the law
The Dangers of Flaming Cocktails: SHOT, Drop and Roll?
With another holiday season starting to consume much of our time, it is important to both remember and practice the safe procedures for the recreational ac
When Cleaning Kills
A tragic event that occurred in a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant in Burlington, Massachusetts is a grave reminder of the importance in knowing what hazardou
4 Ways to Your Family's Safety This Fall
As we wave goodbye to the final days of summer and start warming up to the idea of shorter nights, changing leaves and upcoming holidays
Chemical Inventory & Safety Audit: What You Need to Know
Setting up and managing a Chemical Inventory can be a difficult task, even when you think you have done your research or have prepared yourself with a spre
Chemicals & Lost-time Injury
Chemicals in the workplace can cause a variety of problems if they are handled incorrectly, from chemical burns, allergic reactions, inhalation and more.
Everyday Chemicals: How Bad Could it Be?
With the ever-changing world of technology and science research continuing to inform us of new hazards and new ways to prevent or deter said hazards it can
How to be compliant: Chemical Labeling
Are you overwhelmed by WHMIS and GHS policies and procedures? Are you worried you wouldn’t pass an OHS inspection if the Ministry of Labour (MOL) paid you
Keeping Mom and Baby Safe in the Workplace
Aside from the usual controversies that breastfeeding mothers are already faced with in the workplace, there are some potentially more dangerous hazards th
Our MySDS logo: What's all the buzz about?
A simple shape that holds a lot of meaning. A honeycomb shape, or hexagon, can often be spotte
Potential Hazard in the Workplace: AMMONIA
exposure to high levels of ammonia in air may be irritating to a person’s skin, eyes, throat, and lungs and cause coughing and burns
The Dark Side of Metal Work: Are You Protected?
Every employee faces potential hazards in their workplace, some come with obvious warning signs, while others creep their way in, causing damage after prol
Video: The Best Safety Training Tool
Health and Safety training is often met with a lack of excitement from staff and employers alike.
What Have We Learned? - Arsenic
It is of no surprise that advancements continue to be made in various aspects of everyday life, thanks to research and studies alike we continue to learn m
What Have We Learned? - Asbestos
Asbestos “is a term that refers to six naturally occurring silicate minerals. All are composed of long and thin fibrous crystals; each fiber being
What Have We Learned? - Lead
Lead is a heavy metal that is silvery grey in colour. It is known for it’s relatively low melting point, ductility (ability to be stretched without being d
Keeping Northern Ontario Construction Companies Safe
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November 11th, Remembrance Day (originally Armistice Day)
Is Your Company Compliant?
The changes to the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) are significant
4 Tips for a Less Toxic Holiday
With the holidays quickly approaching it can be easy for us to get caught up in the whirlwind of holiday festivities..