While many companies focus on successful planning, hiring the right employees, and offering competitive services or goods, they should also include workplace safety as a key to success. While most business operators are required by law to carry workers' compensation, they are also obliged to provide their employees with a safe work environment. Here are several tips to achieving that end.
Welders in Texas workplaces may consider the risk of fire to be the most hazardous aspect of their jobs, but the toxic fumes produced by either pressure or fusion welding could be just as dangerous in the long term, according to information from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The fumes produced by welding equipment often contain traces of dangerous metals such as arsenic, lead and beryllium as well as toxic gases like carbon monoxide and hydrogen fluoride.