Chemical Information

  • Hazard ID

  • Corrosive to metals and can cause severe skin burns and eye damage.

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  • Toxic to aquatic life with lasting effects

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  • Explosives may explode in fire/heat together with risk of projectiles.

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  • Flammable gasses, aerosols, liquid, vapours and solids.

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  • Severe Health hazards and may cause repiratory issues, dizziness and skin/reactions. Can be harmful if swallowed/inhaled or contact with skin.

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  • Compressed gasses may explode if heated with projectile/fire risk. Refrigerated gasses may cause cold burns/injuries.

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  • Health hazards and may cause repiratory issues, dizziness and skin/reactions. Can be harmful if swallowed/inhaled or contact with skin.

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  • Toxic/Fatal if swallowed, inhaled and contact with skin

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  • Oxiders may cause or intensify fire and can explode.

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H Codes

  • H codes (Physical Hazards)

  • H Codes (Health Hazards)

  • H Codes (Environmental Hazards)

Control Measures:

  • General - For your safety and the safety of others, whilst using/applying/mixing this chemical "No Naked Flames, Smoking, Food/Drink and Mobile Phones"

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  • Basic Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) must be worn in accordance with local site rules.

  • Hearing Protection

  • Specify Type/ Grade

  • Task / Hazard Controlled

  • Eye Protection

  • Specify Type/ Grade

  • Task / Hazard Controlled

  • Respiratory Protection

  • Specify Type/ Grade

  • Task / Hazard Controlled

  • Hand Protection

  • Specify Type/ Grade

  • Task / Hazard Controlled

  • Protective coveralls/ clothing

  • Specify Type/ Grade

  • Task / Hazard Controlled

  • Procedure (How are you going to use this product)

First Aid

  • Skin Contact

  • Ingestion

  • Allow a volume of water to drink

  • Inhalation

  • If mouth-to-mouth is required ensure this is safe to do so, First Aider to be mindful of being affected themselves of the chemical product effecting the patient.

  • Eyes

Fire Fighting

  • DO NOT ATTEMPT TO TACKLE A FIRE UNLESS TRAINED TO DO SO

  • Fire Fighting Media

  • Fire fighting considerations.

Environmental Precautions

  • Product should be stored and used in a manner with considerations that prevent the accidental release into drains and sewerage system together with other water courses, soaked into land and confined area. Be aware of vapours drifting into occupied and populated areas (on or off site).

General:

  • What is the storage requirements?

  • Enter maximum allowed storage temperature (Degrees).

  • Is there adequate storage location for this material?

  • What temperature should this material be stored at?

  • Is an adequate temperature controlled area available?

Clean up Procedures / Accidental Release Measures:

  • Environmental Spill Drills should be performed at least every 6 months and documented on QSHE 127 Emergency Procedure Drill form.

  • Clean up Procedures / Accidental Release Measures:

  • Clothing/Work wear.

Risk Evaluation.

  • Application Method

  • Amount used

  • Exposure Time (Frequency)

  • Exposure Time

  • Who is Exposed

  • Using the score from the risk evaluation, enter the appropriate "Task Hazard Level"

  • Task Hazard Level

Sign Off

  • Assessor's Name and Signature

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