Identify and protect against dangerous goods
10 January 2019
Some 38% of European enterprises report potentially dangerous chemical or biological goods in their workplaces according to EU-OSHA.
Exposure to these can lead to both acute and long term diseases and injuries, including respiratory and skin diseases, organ failure, occupational cancers, poisoning and suffocation.
To decrease the risk of exposure, Brady proposes a number of reliable and highly visible safety identification solutions:
GHS/CLP labels: easily communicate risks associated with dangerous substances to avoid accidents and increase compliance with EU legislation.
Pipe markers: identify what flows through plant pipes to inform coworkers and avoid risky behaviour
Safety signs: a simple safety sign can prevent costly workplace accidents if it is clearly visible, draws attention and is easy to understand.
Services: contact us for an on-site visit or audit to easily select solution types that fit your needs.
Brady offers even more solutions to help manage dangerous goods, including transport signs, visual tagging, floor marking, spill control and Lockout/Tagout.