An operator was adding a raw material from many drums. All the drums were black with white ends and had blue & white labels. After adding ~20 drums, the operator noticed a drum that had a different name on it. Same black and white drum, same blue and white label....
Publication of the second (2nd) version of the Technical Guidelines for the Environmental Emergency Regulations, 2019
As you may be aware, Environment and Climate Change Canada’s new Environmental Emergency Regulations, 2019 (the Regulations) came into force on August 24, 2019, replacing the previous version of the Environmental Emergency (E2) Regulations (2011). This email is to...
Do you think that you do not have to worry about potential reactive chemistry incidents because your workplace has no intentional chemical reactions? Don’t be fooled – reactive chemistry incidents can happen almost anywhere. Here are two examples. On November 7,...
RIGOROUS, RESPONSIBLE AND CONCERTED MANAGEMENT OF RISKS RELATED TO DANGEROUS SUBSTANCES
- Risk analysis, evaluation and control
- Preparation of an emergency response plan
- Risk communication
- Creation of a Joint Municipal/Industry Committee (JMIC)
- Reference values for effect thresholds for land use planning