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DENIOS Magazine: Specialist Information about our Main Sectors
In the DENIOS Magazine you'll find free specialist information about all the areas which are important for your business. Get in-depth information in our detailed online guides, try using our practical checklists, read exciting case studies and much more!
Hazmat Storage Expertise
Here you will find everything on the subject of hazardous materials storage. What should be considered when storing hazardous substances with collection trays? What is important in terms of fire and water protection? And which legal regulations on the storage of hazardous substances should you know?
Here you will find everything on the subject of hazardous materials handling: How can hazardous materials be safely transported, filled or handled? What is needed for professional leakage management? And what safety precautions are required for explosion protection?
Here you will find everything on the subject of work safety: How can accident risks be effectively reduced in the company? Which first aid measures should you know about? And how do you enable your employees to work safely and ergonomically?
Risk assessment plays a central role in occupational safety and health and in the handling of hazardous substances. Only recently, the BAuA extensively revised its GBU manual. Now TRGS 510, one of the most important technical rules for hazardous substances, has been revised - it emphasises the importance of risk assessment, especially in ambiguous situations. Use this occasion to review your current risk assessments. At DENIOS you will find a wide range of knowledge on the subject as well as suitable products for your protective measures.
Risk assessment involving hazardous substances
Anyone who handles, uses or "only" stores hazardous substances cannot avoid it: the risk assessment. For 25 years it has been the central element in occupational health and safety. In our FAQs we have put together the answers to the most frequently asked questions on the subject of "Risk assessment for hazardous substances".
Storing lithium-ion batteries often presents companies with a dilemma. So far there are no legal regulations that could be used as a guide. It is therefore up to the companies themselves to define and implement suitable measures. Our infographic shows you suitable safety measures for different battery performance classes and 5 safety rules that you should absolutely observe.
Currently in focus: Safe Handling of Lithium Batteries
The safe handling of lithium energy storage systems is currently a hotly debated topic in the entire safety industry. As a pioneer in the market, DENIOS not only offers a comprehensive product range, but also the appropriate knowledge.
As a supplier and manufacturer of the largest range of collection spill pallets in Europe, we are experts when it comes to storing hazardous substances with collecting trays. In the DENIOS magazine you will find a lot of interesting information and useful practical tips about the collection tray.
Successfully Managing Leakages
When handling hazardous substances that are hazardous to water and the environment, drip losses and leaks can occur in everyday operations. Therefore, you must act preventively and be prepared for emergencies. We provide you with our well-founded knowledge in this regard.
In the current situation, companies must implement extensive infection control measures. The aim is to reduce the risk of infection with SARS-CoV-2 in the workplace as much as possible. Here you will find knowledge on the topic.
Safely storing and dispensing disinfectants and sanitisers
The majority of disinfectants are flammable liquids due to their ingredients. These must be stored in accordance with fire protection regulations and to ensure water protection. DENIOS offers the right solutions - so that your company's infection control concept is also on the safe side in terms of hazardous substances legislation.
Many substances harbour explosion hazards. For example, the vapours of flammable liquids such as paints or solvents - but also whirled-up combustible dusts. Regardless of whether processing, transport, sampling or storage: employees and systems must be optimally protected in hazardous areas. At DENIOS you will find the right solutions and expertise for beginners and advanced users.