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  1. Conducting business in an environmentally friendly way is becoming increasingly important for consumers. Environmental safety refers to practices that create a safe workplace and that have as little impact as possible on the world at large. As a company owner or manager, finding ways to avoid environmental hazards with your business is not just a sound ethical choice. Many prospective clients appreciate a company that shows care and consideration for the environment. Some of your customers may be happy to reward your efforts with regular orders or requests for your services. Here are just a few ways to avoid creating environmental hazards with your business. Use Appropriate Storage and Labels Some businesses have to deal with dangerous, toxic chemicals in their daily operations. There are already guidelines in place that you can use to educate workers about the potential dangers of the chemicals you might use or move. Proper labels on storage tanks are a basic yet essential part of the regulations here. It is also important to make sure that any employees that need to handle these things will have access to the appropriate protective gear. Consider a Specialist Agency As a company owner or manager, you probably familiarized yourself with standard safety regulations for your industry when you were getting the business up and running. However, you might not be aware of all the technical details that go into environmental safety in the workplace. Think about using an outside source or environmental safety company like Element Building Sciences to help you. They can assist your workers in the testing of materials, proper health and safety training, or preparations for a disaster. Don’t Forget Unseen Issues Not every potential problem that could pose a threat is obvious. If workers need to spend long hours around extreme heat, cold, or loud noises, there is potential for damage without coming into contact with anything dangerous. Many workers find out over time that some of these conditions have caused great harm. This often results in worker’s injuries that require large payouts in compensation. Check for less visible threats to protect yourself and your employees. Guard Against Personal Hazards Personal hazards can be similar to some of the unseen ones. However, there is a greater focus on manual labor that could directly affect a worker as part of his or her job. A heavy load that isn’t labeled properly or tools that malfunction could cause serious personal injuries that make a workplace environment unsafe. These are some of the most common workplace hazards, and proper training is a big part of avoiding them. The prevention of environmental hazards inside and out of a workplace is becoming a more crucial step in the success of any company today. In addition to helping you gain loyal customers and repeat business, it’s also a requirement by law. Using some of these tips, you can comply with OSHA standards and create a safe, welcoming workplace for your employees.