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All Articles Written By: Rathi Niyogi

1.   Types of Spill Containment Equipment by Rathi Niyogi
    When evaluating your spill containment equipment needs, you will find there are a wide variety of spill containment tools that are available for various applications. Let's start by looking at some typical spill containment applications.
    Distributed: 2010-12-23 10:15:00 | Word Count: 492 | Page Views: 5822 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.20
2.   Developing A Facility Response Plan To Comply With the EPA by Rathi Niyogi
    The EPA has been very proactive in requiring businesses, both large and small, to adhere to standards that prevent pollution activities through oil and chemical spills. The Oil Pollution Act is one example of resulting legislation that has come from Washington, D.C., and it requires businesses to file a Facility Response Plan (FRP) with the EPA.
    Distributed: 2010-12-21 11:15:00 | Word Count: 428 | Page Views: 6110 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.20
3.   Create A Chemical Spill Response Plan by Rathi Niyogi
    While following all appropriate precautions significantly reduces the chance of a chemical spill, it is mandatory that any facility that uses chemicals or chemical agents in the course of production has a Chemical Spill Response Plan in place.
    Distributed: 2010-12-16 10:15:00 | Word Count: 515 | Page Views: 6527 | Votes: 8 | Rating: 1.13
4.   Developing A Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan by Rathi Niyogi
    If you operate a facility with above-ground oil storage capacity greater than 1,320 gallons using storage tanks, drums, containers, or utilize equipment that contains oil in excess of this amount, the EPA requires your facility to maintain a Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plan (SPCC).
    Distributed: 2010-12-14 10:30:00 | Word Count: 435 | Page Views: 5827 | Votes: 6 | Rating: 1.00
5.   Maintaining Adequate Spill Containment Systems In The Workplace by Rathi Niyogi
    A work area spill of toxic or hazardous agents can be a scary state for all concerned. The natural impulse for nearly all people when they recognize a discharge happening is to do their best to intervene and try to rectify the problem themselves. Unfortunately, this is nearly always the incorrect course of action...
    Distributed: 2010-12-09 10:15:00 | Word Count: 543 | Page Views: 6036 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.20
6.   Bloodborne Pathogens For Nonhealthcare Settings by Rathi Niyogi
    Hospitals and health care facilities have a great deal of practice at handling incidents where employees may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. However, if you're not working in a health care setting, chances are your employees aren't as experienced in bloodborne pathogen incidents. Here are some tips to help prevent exposure incidents at your facility:
    Distributed: 2010-11-11 11:15:00 | Word Count: 287 | Page Views: 5709 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.20
7.   Chemical Protective Garments - Tyvek by Rathi Niyogi
    Over time, you'll see a number of blogs here on chemical protective garments - mostly because there's a lot to say about them. This particular article is about Tyvek garments.
    Distributed: 2010-11-09 10:00:00 | Word Count: 306 | Page Views: 5004 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.80
8.   Choosing Rainwear by Rathi Niyogi
    Rainwear does more than simply keep out rain or snow, it protects from wind, cold, and chemical splashes. Your choice of rainwear depends on the expected weather, the expected temperatures, your planned activities, and your budget. Rainwear materials and designs greatly affect the performance you can expect. There are three major types of rainwear:
    Distributed: 2010-11-04 10:15:00 | Word Count: 741 | Page Views: 5681 | Votes: 3 | Rating: 0.67
9.   The ANSI Standard - Operation and Maintenance by Rathi Niyogi
    OSHA regulations set out where eyewash stations should be and when they are required; they do not provide operating requirements. However, some state-level health and safety regulations specifically incorporate the ANSI standard and so make the provisions of the standard a regulatory requirement.
    Distributed: 2010-11-02 10:15:00 | Word Count: 672 | Page Views: 5166 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.20
10.   Confined Space Rescue Teams - In-House or Outside? by Rathi Niyogi
    When you have permit-required confined spaces at your facility, you are required to establish procedures for how a worker is rescued from the space in the event of an injury or accident. Basically, there are two options for rescue: use in-house personnel to rescue the worker by entering the confined space and use outside emergency personnel to rescue workers. Learn more...
    Distributed: 2010-10-28 10:00:00 | Word Count: 707 | Page Views: 6195 | Votes: 5 | Rating: 0.80
11.   Working Safely With Solvents by Rathi Niyogi
    Solvents are commonly found in many workplaces. They are used so often that workers forget that they can be very dangerous when not handled appropriate. Loosely defined, a solvent is a substance, usually a liquid, that is used to dissolve another substance. Solvents can pose a number of health risks as a result of skin contact with the solvents or from inhalation of vapors from the solvent. Also, improperly handled or stored solvents can present risks of fire and explosion.
    Distributed: 2009-07-22 10:24:00 | Word Count: 670 | Page Views: 5055 | Votes: 15 | Rating: 1.53
12.   Disposable Particulate Respirators by Rathi Niyogi
    Disposable particulate respirators come in a variety styles and are meant to protect workers from nonhazardous contaminants in the workplace. These types of respirators are one category of air-purifying respirator.
    Distributed: 2009-07-15 10:36:00 | Word Count: 709 | Page Views: 5224 | Votes: 19 | Rating: 2.21
13.   Chemical Protective Glove Materials by Rathi Niyogi
    Chemical protective gloves come in a variety of materials. Unfortunately, no one material will work for all situations, so it's important to know what the materials are and their uses and limitations. What follows is a summary of chemical protective glove materials.
    Distributed: 2009-07-08 12:12:00 | Word Count: 724 | Page Views: 4627 | Votes: 20 | Rating: 2.20

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