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|Statement||by J. G. Michalovic ... [et al.]|
|Series||Environmental protection technology series ; EPA-600/2-78-145|
|Contributions||Michalovic, J. G, Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory (Cincinnati, Ohio)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 21 p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
Gelling agents, also known as solidifiers, are chemicals that react with oil to form rubber-like solids. With small spills, these chemicals can be applied by hand and left to mix on their own. For treating larger spills, the chemicals are applied to the oil, then mixed in by the force of high-pressure water streams. • If you feel you have been exposed to any hazardous material, report to MIT Medical for an evaluation. • Report the emergency ( or ) and contact the Industrial Hygiene Office (3- ) for cleanup assistance- • If spilled material is flammable, turn off ignition and heat sources if it can be done Size: 78KB. Weighing Hazardous Powders in the Laboratory The weighing of powders is a routine task in research laboratories. While there are many methods of performing this task the best approach is usually dictated by the hazards associated with the material, its physical properties, and. o Very hazardous material o Hazardous conditions (e.g. explosion, fire, radiation, toxicity, etc) Wear appropriate personal protective equipment. Wash your hands before leaving the laboratory. SPILL HANDLING PROCEDURES Basics a) Worker injury (if any) must be taken care of FIRST, and spill .
Journal of Hazardous Materials, 1 (/76) Elsevier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands A REVIEW OF THE U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY'S RESEARCH PROGRAM ON THE PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIAL SPILLS JOHN E BRUGGER and IRA WILDER US Environmental . SPILLS MANAGEMENT: HAZMAT, hazardous materials and items HAZMAT is an abbreviation for “hazardous materials”—substances in quantities or forms that may pose a reasonable risk to health, property, or the environment. HAZMATs include such substances as toxic chemicals, fuels, nuclear waste products, and biological, chemical, and radiological agents. HAZMATs may be . Call EH&S Hazardous Materials Response: Call () during business hours. After hours, call Campus Police at () (HELP). Follow the Emergency Guide's instructions for major chemical spills: Avoid breathing vapors. Quickly identify the spilled material if you can do so safely. STAY CLEAR OF ALL SPILLS, VAPORS. FUMES AND SMOKE. As a hazmat worker who may be exposed to a hazardous material in the event of an incident/accident, you must know how to use the NAERG. The guide is divided into color-coded parts: Yellow pages: list hazardous materials by ID number Blue pages: list hazardous materials alphabetically.
The invention concerns a gelling material (10) for gelling aqueous fluids, medical wastes containing aqueous fluids, body fluids collected by suction in body fluid suction equipment. The gelling material (10) comprises a water-absorbent composed of a water-absorbing resin (3) in the form of powders or granules, the water-absorbent being wrapped in water-disintegrating paper (1) or a water. Any drug spill during patient treatment should be documented in the Safety Reporting System. About these instructions and when they should be used: These instructions are provided with hazardous drugs spill kits so that, whenever possible, spills of LIQUID hazardous drugs can be handled by employees in the area of the spill. If you have not been trained to use a particulate respirator, DO NOT attempt to clean up a spill of dry chemotherapy or other powdered hazardous drugs yourself. Instead: Alert nearby persons about the spill. Clear the area. Call to initiate OESO Chemical Spill Response. Place warning signs on the door to the room where the spill occurred. for responding to a hazardous material spill • Employees will receive department-specific spill management training about the hazardous products or chemicals used in that department/unit • Training for managing spills of hazardous drugs, as defined by JHS Administrative Policy #, is provided/available for.