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Safety Guidelines

Cement additives materials safety


Your Safety Guide

We are committed to ensuring that our cement additives are handled, stored, and used in a safe and responsible manner.

That’s why we’ve introduced our smart friend Mr. JEOM, dedicated to guiding you through all the essential safety practices for handling our cement products.

Cement additives materials safety

Handling and Carrying Materials

Always handle our cement additives with care. Use appropriate tools and equipment to avoid spills and accidental contact.

Wear gloves at all times when handling cement additives to protect your skin from direct contact. Depending on the specific material, additional PPE such as safety goggles, masks, and protective clothing may also be required.

Health and Safety Precautions

Our cement additives are not intended for consumption. Do not drink or ingest these materials under any circumstances. If accidental ingestion occurs, seek medical attention immediately.

Do not dispose of cement additives in nature. Improper disposal can harm the environment. Always follow local regulations for the disposal of industrial materials.

Storage Method

Store cement additives in a cool, dry place to maintain their quality and effectiveness. Avoid exposure to moisture and extreme temperatures, which can degrade the material.

Keep all additives in their original, tightly sealed containers when not in use. This helps prevent contamination, accidental spills, and unauthorized access.

Ensure all containers are clearly labeled with the contents and relevant safety information. Keep Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) or Safety Data Sheets (SDS) accessible for reference.

Cement additives storage safety