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The first e-learning module has been launched by INTERPOL,which would aid law enforcement officers identify and prevent illegal trading in hazardous chemicals and wastes.
This toolkit walks employers and workers step-by-step through information, methods, tools and guidance to either eliminate hazardous chemicals or make informed substitution decisions in the workplace by finding a safer chemical, material, product or process.
Lucero said that babies of mothers exposed to hazardous chemicals are born "pre-polluted" as indicated by studies that showed nearly 300 contaminants in the umbilical cord blood of newborns.
The authors (both of the German chemical company, BASF) provide technical and regulatory guidance concerning the workplace handling and use of hazardous chemicals in the European Union.
POLICE are warning people to be on the lookout for a huge 45-gallon drum of hazardous chemicals stolen from the back of a lorry.
1) LAUSD staff members pull items from a trash bin at District 1 headquarters next to Birmingham High School in Lake Balboa that contained brand new teaching materials, new stopwatches and some hazardous chemicals destined for the Sunshine Canyon Landfill in Granada Hills.
April 25 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Thirty-one rail transportation customers of Norfolk Southern Corporation safely handled a combined total of more than 115,000 carloads of hazardous chemicals in 2005, earning the Thoroughbred Chemical Safety Award.
The report, A Present for Life: hazardous chemicals in cord blood, from WWF-UK and Greenpeace, says babies are being exposed to these chemicals at the most vulnerable point in their development and calls for urgent action.