Do you know what needs to be observed to ensure the legal handling of hazardous substances and the work safety in your company? We would be glad to support you and provide you with a lot of knowledgeable and valuable expert tips on various topics with our practical advice - at a glance!
We provide you with a compact overview of all relevant regulations and provide you with suitable products with which you can fulfill the statutory requirements optimally and economically.
Since its establishment in 1971, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has made strides to keep workers safe. If violations are found during inspections, workplaces will be subject to a recommended or mandatory penalty. Below are the top 10 OSHA violations of 2020:
When you work with highly flammable or otherwise hazardous materials, you have a duty to ensure that they are stored in safe conditions and in compliance with the law. Legislators demand that the strictest fire protection regulations be adhered to to protect people and the environment. Therefore, you should inform yourself at an early stage about the various requirements and define measures that best prevent fire risks.
As more states around the country legalize cannabis, cannabis-related facilities must consider how to be safe and legally compliant. DENIOS wants to help you understand the hazards and the safety measures that should be taken to ensure the safety of your employees and your facility and business.
Our engineers have developed the first warning system of its kind - SpillGuard®. A completely self-sufficient, immediately ready for use and suitable for any spill pallet - even in ATEX Zone 1! Leaked hazardous substances within the spill pallet are reliably detected and reported before they can cause major damage. And installation is easier than ever: Simply place, switch on & be safe!
Food quality and safety are two of the most challenging issues in the current regulatory environment that are of great concern to today's health-conscious consumers. Whether you are testing for contaminants or developing a new production process, we're here to help.
Employers have a responsibility to keep employees safe. Each industry faces its own set of unique safety challenges. Governmental codes and regulations dictate the correct selection of a hazardous material storage solution. All engineered solutions are developed to fit the needs of your industry.
Electrostatics is a well-known everyday phenomenon in many industrial processes. Unfortunately, a dangerous one, because electrostatic discharges can cause explosions. Discover here how electrostatic charges in hazardous areas can be effectively avoided to ensure the safety of our employees and facilities.