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Regulatory Compliance » Right to Know Hospitality Industry
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The Importance of Right-To-Know


It would be hard to imagine life without chemicals. We come into contact with products that are produced using chemicals continuously throughout our day:
  • The switch we use to turn on the lights.
  • Our health and grooming aids.
  • The clothes we put on.
  • The dishes we eat and drink from.
  • The transportation we use, and the fuels we use to run it as well.

Life is constantly made easier and better through the use of chemicals.

But chemicals can also be potentially hazardous. Some hazards are severe. In most cases we don't want to be exposed to them at all. Other hazards are easily controlled with only normal personal hygiene and workplace precautions. Many hazards fall in between these two extremes.

We recognize that some chemicals that we use here can be potentially hazardous.

And we have tried to limit their use and use the safest chemicals available where ever possible. But some potentially hazardous chemicals must be used to do the things that our facility does and provide jobs for all of us. We feel that to make sure we know how to use these chemicals safely, we must understand the laws that affect their use and know how to control the chemicals themselves.

The Course you are going to take today will give you a good overview of chemicals, their hazards and how to deal with them, as well as how to use chemicals more safely.


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