Hazards are anything that can cause harm and every place of work has them. Understanding the hazards at your work can help you manage risks and keep workers safe and healthy.
This information will help you identify the hazards at your work and the steps you can take to reduce or remove risks for yourself and your workers.
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There is a range of hazards associated with the storing and handling pool chemicals in the retail sector.
Exposure to Lyngbya majuscula (lyngbya), a naturally occurring, toxic, blue-green algae, can cause severe irritation to the eyes, skin, respiratory system or gastrointestinal system.
Hazardous chemicals; environment; material
Special events are often attended by many people and may be located in densely-populated areas so it is essential to manage risks from hazardous chemicals.
Working with soil and surface water, especially after high rainfall, can expose workers to melioidosis.
Plant, equipment and vehicle
You must manage the risk of collision and injuries when vehicles and powered mobile machinery and equipment operate in the same area as pedestrians.