My husband was just splashed by a bottle of bleach which one of your employees dropped. The bleach splashed on his back covering his head upper torso and lower torso.
He had to run in the bathroom to wash his face because his ears and face were burning. There were no paper towels available in the bathroom. When he came out his clothes had been bleached on the back back and he smelled like bleach. At your service counter the lack of concern on the part of your employee amazed me.She asked if he wanted to fill out an incident report.
Furthermore she asked if he want it to just report or have someone call him. In the meantime he is standing there itching and burning. When I asked if they could provide shirt to changed right away she emphatically responded she could not do that. Her demeanor and behavior, no clue on how to handle such a situation considering that Menards handles so many chemicals, leads me to believe there is a serious lack of training.
Tell me, should I have called 911 to have my husband treated or should I call Osha and report the fact that no adequate hazmat handling is implemented in your store. My husband at this moment is in the bathroom showering to get the bleach off, the clothes are no good but most of all, the potential for a serious injury was mishandled by your employee. Luckily for us we live around the corner. If he is still burning later on today I will encourage him to seek medical attention.
In addition this makes me very apprehensive about coming in to a Menards store due to safety concerns.