However, as a result of poor selection and careless use of portable heaters, injuries and damaging fires occur every year. If improperly used, temporary heating equipment can lead to burns, fires, explosion, carbon monoxide poisoning, and the creation of oxygen deficient atmospheres.
When toxic substances come in contact with the eye, it is imperative that you wash them out of your eye right away. Acids and alkali can cause significant damage to the eye—and even blindness—if they are left on the eye too long because they change the pH level of the eye(s) to intole
Glutaraldehyde is widely used as a disinfectant for a variety of heat-sensitive instruments, such as endoscopes, bronchoscopes, and dialysis equipment. Health care employees may be exposed to glutaraldehyde in its uses as a hardener in x-ray development and as a tissue fixative in hi
How common are work-related eye injuries? 2000 eye injuries occur every day at work in the US. Construction workers have one of the highest eye injury rates. Particles of dust, metal, wood, slag, drywall, cement etc. are the most common source of eye injury to carpenters. Even “minor”