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Safety Concerns And Safer Selection Of Chemicals

Cleaning employees work with a number of cleaning products every day. They are vulnerable to a variety of dangers due to the chemicals contained in the products they use. Short term effects or injuries that cleaning workers experience include:

  • Eye irritation and burns
  • Skin irritations
  • Breathing problems due to chemical fumes
  • Frostbite from cold aerosol temperatures
  • Poisoning – certain chemicals are extremely toxic to humans and can lead to a wide range of health problems including short term illnesses and long term injury or even death
  • Nausea from the ingestion of harmful chemicals or from the side effects of chemical sensitivity or allergies


Long-term effects from chemicals can include the following:
  • Cancer
  • Respiratory ailments
  • Chemical sensitivities
  • Allergies
  • Reproductive problems

The typical types of injuries sustained by cleaning workers are: eye irritation and/or burns; skin irritation and/or burns; and breathing problems caused by chemical fumes.
Costs for a chemical injury can be significant. A typical injury that requires medical treatment averages 18 hours of lost employee time. By the time you add medical costs, worker and supervisor time, the average claim due to a chemical exposure incident can cost your company thousands of dollars. And that does not even include the increases you may see in your workers compensation rates.