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MI Releases Updated 5th Edition Methanol Safe Handling Manual

The Methanol Institute is committed to promoting the safe handling of methanol across the global distribution chain

Our goal is to always provide the most up-to-date methanol safety information to our members and the general public.”
— Gregory Dolan, CEO
WASHINGTON, DC, USA, March 30, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ -- The Methanol Institute (MI), the trade association for the global methanol industry, is proud to introduce a new and updated 5th Edition of our Methanol Safe Handling Manual, as well as updates to our suite of technical bulletins. The Methanol Safe Handling Manual provides an overview of critical methanol safety information, including methanol health and fire risks, and how to mitigate them through proper safe handling procedures. This important document provides critical information not just for methanol production facility personnel, but anyone who may come in contact with methanol across the global distribution chain..

MI’s member companies as well as additional outside organizations were critical partners in the production of this vital safety resource.

This newly updated 5th Edition Methanol Manual, in conjunction with last year's update of MI’s Methanol Safe Handling Video, means that MI has completely revamped our safe handling materials over the past two years. "Our goal is to always provide the most up-to-date methanol safety information to our members and the general public. Product stewardship is job #1" said MI CEO Gregory Dolan.

The new 263-page Methanol Safe Handing Manual is available on our website at www.methanol.org/safe-handling/ and the companion Methanol Safe Handling Video is available on our website and on MI’s YouTube page at www.youtube.com/user/MethanolInstitute

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