It is commonly said that one drop of oil can contaminate up to 1,000 liters of water. Contamination of waters threatens a fine or even imprisonment. But what should be done to prevent this from happening?
As more states around the country legalize cannabis recreationally and medicinally, cannabis-related facilities must consider how to be safe and legally compliant. These hazards include egress, carbon dioxide enrichment, and cannabis extraction processes. Extraction processes vary, but can include the use of explosive materials.
Charging lithium batteries: Do you know your duty of care?
Find out which duties of care are critical for you to observe when charging lithium batteries in order to increase safety in your business and avoid unnecessary complications in the event of an insurance claim.
The 7 biggest mistakes when emptying spill pallets
It is not uncommon for liquids to leak and this can happen at any time. But what then? How does the liquid get out of the tray? This is not as trivial as it sounds: when emptying drip pans, serious mistakes can happen. Here you can find out what you should never do under any circumstances - and how to do it correctly.
Safely storing and dispensing disinfectants and sanitisers
The majority of disinfectants are flammable liquids due to their ingredients. These must be stored in accordance with fire protection regulations and to ensure water protection. DENIOS offers the right solutions - so that your company's infection control concept is also on the safe side in terms of hazardous substances legislation.
Handling lithium batteries involves considerable risk and danger. DENIOS gives you tried and tested safe solutions for storing, charging, transporting and testing lithium ion batteries. You can reduce your risk, protect your premises and create a safer working environment using the highest standard protection, built to meet international standards.
Storing highly flammable substances - 8 important checks
When storing flammable substances on your site it is important to ensure you have them secured and in a safe location. This includes having the proper safety precautions in place.
The dangerous substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations 2002 (DSEAR) require risks from the indoor storage of dangerous substances to be controlled by elimination or by reducing the quantities of such substances in the workplace to a minimum.
Do you use lithium-ion batteries in your business? If you do it is important to ensure that you store them safely. The correct storage means better protection from thermal runaway, fire, and toxic gas emissions. Your storage should maintain a constant temperature, protect against moisture, offer safe charging, and protect against mechanical damage.
Due to their design, lithium batteries harbour an increased risk potential - the associated fire risks can affect any commercial enterprise. In this article, we take an in-depth look at the potential dangers of handling lithium energy storage devices.
In order to be able to assess the dangers posed by lithium energy storage devices, knowledge of how they work can be very helpful. In this article you will learn more about how a lithium battery works and the chemical properties that create a potential risk.
How to correctly plan a Hazardous Material Storage
When planning a hazardous materials warehouse, a lot can go wrong, which under certain circumstances not only causes additional costs but also safety deficiencies. We have put together a few of the most important questions you should ask yourself when planning a hazardous materials warehouse.
The perfect safety cabinet: 3 questions you should ask yourself before buying
With the large selection of different safety cabinets, it is not so easy to find the right product for your own application. We tell you which questions you should ask yourself in order to be able to select the suitable model.