3213 Liberty Square Prkwy

Turlock, CA 95380

209-648-0295

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PRINCIPALS AND PRACTICES OF WORKPLACE SAFETY JANUARY 2022
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OUR MISSION

At Craig Safety Group, our commitment to excellence is reflected in the quality of our services. Our mission is to ensure you are always first and that we exceed your expectations in meeting every Business, Risk, Workers Compensation, Environmental, Health & Safety need. To us, you are more than a customer......you are a Business Partner!

OUR SERVICES

SITE SAFETY

We provide on-site safety to help guide and teach your employees how to maintain a safe work environment at all times.

SAFETY TRAINING

We offer a wide variety of safety training seminars: Confined Space Entry First Aid, CPR Fall Protection and much more!

OUR FEATURED VIDEO

Efficient health and safety at workplace not only ensures that employees are happy and productive, but can also help to reduce both the human and business costs of injuries and unnecessary lawsuits.

SAFETY TIPS AND TOPICS

Explore Craig Safety Group’s safety tips and topics to stay in the loop on everything important for you company’s safety and well being!  

First Aid For Chemical Burns

Chemical burns can come from many different types of
substances we encounter every day. Daily work exposes us to
some common ones such as gasoline, cleaners, paint thinners,
and acids. Handling these chemicals on a regular basis can
create dangerous habits where we “forget” about the potential
dangers these chemicals have. Every chemical has the potential
to cause burns upon contact and can lead to shock and
infection.

SO WHAT CAN WE DO?

First, we can wear the proper personal protective equipment
such as gloves, goggles, or an apron to eliminate or reduce
potential chemical exposures. Proper handling of chemicals can
be found on their respective safety data sheets (SDS).  Call 911 and seek immediate care when the chemical burn is
deep, covers an area greater than three inches in diameter, or
covers any of the following areas: hands, feet, groin, head, or
neck.