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  • What is the hospitals hazard communication program?

  • What type of chemicals do you use regularly?

  • Demonstrate how to locate a SDS.<br>

  • If you are exposed to a chemical what action would you take?

  • Are chemicals properly stored? (Observation)

  • Are chemicals properly labeled? (Observation)

  • Are secondary containers labeled with product name, hazard label and manufacturer? (observation)

  • Is waste disposed of properly? (Observation)

  • Gas cylinders are secured, capped, away from heat source, and tar orated safely. (Observation)

  • What is the emergency number for this location?

  • Where is the nearest eye wash station or full body station?

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