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Gasoline MSDS

My own story below will show you why many companies do not have gasoline MSDS, whereas in fact gasoline is extremely flammable liquid that will easily be ignited when there is an ignition source.

Beside gasoline is an extremely flammable liquid, it could also affect workers’ health due to gasoline contains other chemicals, such as benzene, toluene and certain quantities of chemical additives. Benzene is carcinogenic chemical.

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10 Top Reasons Why We Implement OHSAS 18001

ohsas-18001-certificationI remembered when my company finally decided to be certified by Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series (OHSAS) 18001 in year 2004. Actually there were some reasons that forced the Board of Directors took this step. I believe the reasons can be considered by other companies, which are willing to adopt OHSAS 18001 as their health and safety management system.

Here are the top ten reasons why implementing OHSAS 18001 would give companies more value and benefits.

  1. Meeting customer’s requirements, especially the customers which have been implementing OHSAS 18001
  2. Attract more companies to deal with the company
  3. Fulfill stakeholder’s satisfaction.
  4. Ensure the company to meet legal and regulations on occupational health and safety
  5. Improve the quality of workplaces
  6. Improve company’s health and safety performance
  7. Prevent company to pay unnecessary expenditures
  8. Enhance company’s image
  9. Enhance company’s commitment to continuous improvement on health and safety matter in the workplaces.
  10. Maintain company’s business survival

If your company is now considering adopting OHSAS 18001, take action now. These reasons are more than just enough.

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