|The Coronavirus pandemic is creating issues with usage of supplies and materials. Employees may accidentally mix incompatible chemicals creating health hazards to themselves and others.|
The chart on the right lists the incompatible chemicals and the hazardous conditions they can produce. Please educate your employees by reviewing this memo.
A general rule is not to mix bleach with anything but water. Dealerships often do not store bleach but if someone does order, ensure you regulate the use. Always have employees using cleaning supplies in the right PPE as listed on the SDS for the cleaning material and an eye wash nearby. Lastly, the blending of chemical must be done by experienced senior staff.
Should you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at 562-716-6100. Your local poison control center is also a good resource if you need help in an emergency.
Poison Control Hotline 800-222-1222 or
DISCLAIMER: The contents of this newsletter are merely for informational purposes only and are not to be considered as legal advice. Employers must consult their lawyer for legal matters and EPA/OSHA consultants for matters related to Environmental, Health & Safety. The article was authored by Sam Celly of Celly Services, Inc. who has been helping automobile dealers comply with EPA and OSHA regulations since 1987. Sam received his BE (1984) and MS (1986) in Chemical Engineering, followed by a J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law (1997). Our newsletters can be accessed at www.epaoshablog.com. Your comments/questions are always welcome. Please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.