Safety

HSE & Regulatory Affairs / Safety

Safety is an important part of any business as it entails protecting your work force.  The goals of the Health, Safety and Environmental department of the International Manganese Institute also include fostering a safe and healthy working environment for its members. The Institute sees occupational safety as an important financial, legal and moral, aspect of any business.  All organisations have a duty of care to ensure that employees and any other persons who may be affected by the companies undertaking remain safe at all times. With this in mind, the IMnI covers this aspect of its HSE policy under the continuous improvement umbrella relying on knowledge-sharing and best practices initiatives.

Overview

Overview

Safety is normally driven by laws and regulations which happen to vary vastly in different parts of the world. The...

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Factsheets

Factsheets

The IMnI’s Fact Sheet series is a tool created to communicate complex scientific concepts and research in simple reader-friendly summaries,...

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Material Safety Information

Material Safety Information

The information sheets concern hazards and aim to increase safety through appropriate classification and labelling of manganese-based substances produced by...

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