In its effort to provide useful safety training to manufacturing plants, warehouses, and production facilities, Creative Safety Supply has designed a quick-reference guide that explains the NFPA standards and codes diamonds.
Lake Oswego, OR (PRWEB) June 20, 2012
Material handling and storage can be a very dangerous affair in industrial plants and production facilities. It is very important for workers to know the potential hazards inherent in some of the products used in the manufacturing process, and the National Fire Protection Association's codes printed on materials including: solvents, acids, and poisonous substances are often indecipherable in the field.
With this in mind, industrial supply company, CreativeSafetySupply.com, has released a free NFPA Quick-Reference Guide to help workers easily understand the severity of the materials with which they are working.
This guide can be printed and posted in places where employees can quickly access its easy to follow illustrations of NFPA standard pictograms and explanations of each quadrant of the diamond codes.