Harboring Dangerous Goods On Business Premises
Are you harboring dangerous goods on your business premises? if you are not entirely aware of this important fact, what are you doing about it? Are you aware that you could be liable for civil lawsuits or municipal, city or industry-related fines, even a jail term all of which could be quite costly to both your business and your longstanding reputation. And if you are well aware of such circumstances, how are you handling your dangerous goods packaging procedures and requirements?
You might be thinking that you are doing a swell job. But in this day and age surely, it is hardly enough. Go one step further by contracting in the professional work being carried out by risk management experts specializing in the dangerous goods or packaging, or both, lines. They will inspect your goods and premises. They will have a fine look at your manufacturing processes. Assuming that all is good and very little change is required, they can then proceed to the business of harnessing your new range of packaging materials and processes.
The emphasis being given all the way has always been about upholding and even improving your health and safety standards in the production space as well as that for your customers. But the designers and manufacturers of packaging materials and processes have surely not forgotten your marketing requirements. This, however, is an interest concept in the context of this industrial letter. A well-packaged deal is bound to attract attention.
That, perhaps, was always going to be the design intention. But what if the attraction fell into the wrong hands? It so often does in this day and age. Fortunately, you hardly notice this now that border and port control and checkpoints have been strengthened.