GHS-type labels and Laboratory Chemicals

GHS-type labels and Laboratory Chemicals

I get the question at just about every workshop and just recently got it again a few weeks ago. “Do I have to put GHS-type labels on all of my in-use chemicals – even the 10 mL dropper bottles? So, in the spirit of “It’s better to be reminded than...
In Research- Sometimes Things Just Go Sideways

In Research- Sometimes Things Just Go Sideways

Sometimes things just go sideways I was working with a client conducting cutting-edge research recently when they experienced something completely unexpected.  A slight over-pressure in a glass reaction vessel caused one of the ground glass joints to unseat...
Leverage Your Leadership Style in EHS Leadership

Leverage Your Leadership Style in EHS Leadership

This is Part Six in Midwest Chemical Safety’s series on Leadership in Environmental Health and Safety. Catch up on the series in sequential order here: Part One: Leaders- Not Managers in EHS Leadership Part Two: Giving Information in EHS Leadership Part Three:...
Problem Solving in EHS Leadership

Problem Solving in EHS Leadership

This is Part Five in Midwest Chemical Safety’s series on Leadership in Environmental Health and Safety. Catch up on the series in sequential order here: Part One: Leaders- Not Managers In EHS Leadership Part Two: Giving Information in EHS Leadership Part Three:...
Group Representation In EHS Leadership

Group Representation In EHS Leadership

This is Part Four in Midwest Chemical Safety’s series on Leadership in Environmental Health and Safety. Catch up on the series in sequential order here: Part One: Leaders- Not Managers in EHS Leadership Part Two: Giving Information in EHS Leadership Part Three:...