Methanol Institute's Commitment to Safety
As the global trade association for the methanol industry, product stewardship is Job #1 for the Methanol Institute. Whether working with a wastewater treatment plant operator in the United States, a biodiesel plant manager in Germany, a tanker truck driver at a chemical distribution warehouse in Algeria, or a shipping terminal manager in China, the organization is committed to promoting the safe handling of methanol in order to protect your health and that of your co-workers, your workplace, the environment, and your community.
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The Methanol Institute, working with industry leaders, technology partners and customers has created the Methanol Safe Handling Manual to address both common and technical questions related to methanol handling, storage and transport. To serve the global methanol community, this document is also translated into multiple languages.
Links to these versions of the manual can be found in the resource section below.
Looking for more specific safety information? Below are various technical bulletins on safely loading and unloading methanol, transporting methanol, and storing methanol.
This Crisis Communication Guidebook has been developed to assist companies that produce, handle or use methanol to be prepared to react in
the event of an unforeseen incident