Janitors and Custodians
This INFOSHEET provides information to employers on practices to help keep workers safe when working with cleaning chemicals, including green cleaning products.
This Janitorial Pollution Prevention Project, provides factsheets, tools and other information pertinent to safe use of cleaning products.
This fact sheet, provided by California Department of Public Health, addresses how cleaning products can cause or trigger work-related asthma. Employers should make sure the safest products and practices are used in the workplace so that people do not get asthma from work.
This brochure provides information to workers about asthma warning signs and how to avoid getting sick from using cleaning products.
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This information applies to any device that produces carbon monoxide. Examples are heaters, generators, sprayers, pressure washers, drywall equipment, forklifts, and anything else with an internal combustion engine or that burns a petroleum fuel, gas, wood or coal.
What's under your kitchen sink, in your garage, in your bathroom, and on the shelves in your laundry room? Do these household products pose a potential health risk to you and your family?
A 24-hour poison emergency information resource for health care professionals and the public throughout the state of Oregon. For a Poison Emergency, call 1-800-222-1222
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Also see Toxicology and Env. Health Resources