Cleaning Safety

Cleaning Safety

Workers who perform cleaning tasks are subject to a variety of hazards, including electrical hazards, sprains and strains, hazardous chemicals, burns, scalds and cuts, and slips, trips, and falls. To ensure employee safety, employers should recognize the conditions under which these hazards are created and maintained, and should take steps to minimize the risk of injury posed by these hazards. 

This section covers the following topics:

  • Electrical Hazard Prevention
  • Sprain & Strain Prevention
  • Chemical Hazard Prevention
  • Slip, Trip & Fall Prevention
  • Burn Prevention
  • Cut Prevention 

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