Mercury occurs naturally in gas-containing formations. Mercury is produced to a greater or less degree during the production of natural gas. It may occur as metallic mercury in all production facilities, specifically in pipes, filters, tanks and glycol units. Mercury may also occur in the sludge from, for example, skimmer tanks. Mercury is harmful to health and the environment. This means: maximum caution and care is called for!
Note: This video is about generally applicable rules. Individual companies may have different, stricter rules. Just ask!
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Action Focus Tools increase awareness - discover hazards
It is of utmost importance that everyone at the workplace is always aware of potential hazards. Download below the easy-to-use Action Focus tools (Poster, Guide, Activity Sheets) and good luck with increasing awareness, discovering potential hazards and creating a safer and healthier workplace.