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2 Durham Technical Community College Hazard Communication Annual Training Requirement Your Right to Know Note: if a web-link does not seem to work, click it a second time.

3 Five Stages of the Program (Material) Safety Data Sheets MSDSs and SDSs (Material) Safety Data Sheets MSDSs and SDSs Labeling and Marking Systems Labeling and Marking Systems Employee Training Employee Training Written Plan Written Plan Chemical Inventory List Chemical Inventory List

4 Durham Technical Community College Hazard Communication (Material) Safety Data Sheets

5 Hazard Communication ( Material) Safety Data Sheets Company Information Company Information Hazardous Ingredients Hazardous Ingredients Physical Data Physical Data Fire and Explosion Data Fire and Explosion Data Health Hazard Data Health Hazard Data Reactivity Data Reactivity Data Spill & Leak Procedures Spill & Leak Procedures Special Protection Information Special Protection Information Special Precautions Special Precautions Safety Data Sheets are replacing MSDSs after 2013.

6 ( Material) Safety Data Sheets: Your Rights 1. Your employer must have an MSDS or SDS for every hazardous substance you use as part of your job. They are online at /faculty/safety/

7 Finding (M)SDS Information Online

8 MSDS & SDS on If you are in a Chemistry Lab, click the Chemistry link

9 Searching for (M)SDS Information 1. Type Ctrl-f for search- box (will appear on top or bottom of window) 2. Type part of the name or CAS# - the first hit will be highlighted 3. Press the Enter-key to go to the next match 4. Click the link for (M)SDS

10 Hazards: (M)SDS SDS has the Hazards in Section 2. SDS has the Hazards in Section 2. MSDS has the Hazards in Section 3. MSDS has the Hazards in Section 3. CLICK to View Actual Sheets

11 Every SDS Has These Sections Section 1, Identification Section 1, Identification Section 2, Hazard(s) Section 2, Hazard(s) Section 3, Composition/ingredients Section 3, Composition/ingredients Section 4, First-aid & symptoms/effects Section 4, First-aid & symptoms/effects Section 5, Fire-fighting measures Section 5, Fire-fighting measures Section 6, Accidental release measures Section 6, Accidental release measures Section 7, Handling and storage Section 7, Handling and storage Section 8, Exposure controls & PPE. Section 8, Exposure controls & PPE.

12 Every SDS Has These Sections Section 9, Physical and chemical properties Section 9, Physical and chemical properties Section 10, Stability and reactivity. Section 10, Stability and reactivity. Section 11, Toxicological information Section 11, Toxicological information Section 12, Ecological information Section 12, Ecological information Section 13, Disposal considerations Section 13, Disposal considerations Section 14, Transport information Section 14, Transport information Section 15, Regulatory information Section 15, Regulatory information Section 16, Other information Section 16, Other information

13 (Material) Safety Data Sheets: Your Rights 2. These MSDS or SDS must be available to you the entire time you are in the workplace. At DTCC (M)SDS sheets are available on-line and sometimes as a printed copy with the chemicals being used.

14 (Material) Safety Data Sheets: Your Rights 3. If you request to see a copy of an MSDS/SDS for a product you use, and your supervisor cannot provide it after one working day, you may refuse to use that product or work in an area where it is being used. Note: Most (M)SDS are Online

15 (Material) Safety Data Sheets: Your Rights 4. If you request your own personal copy of an MSDS/SDS, your employer has 15 days to provide it. Ask your supervisor or the Safety Officer. Safety Officer Safety Officer Note: Online copies are printable

16 Durham Technical Community College Hazard Communication Labeling and Marking Systems

17 NFPA Diamonds NFPA Diamonds HMIS Labels HMIS Labels GHS Labels and Pictograms GHS Labels and Pictograms Uniform Laboratory Hazard Signage System Uniform Laboratory Hazard Signage System

18 Labeling and Marking Systems NFPA Diamonds Color coded, numerical rating system Color coded, numerical rating system Will be located near main entrances, fire alarm panels, or on outside entrance doors Will be located near main entrances, fire alarm panels, or on outside entrance doors Provide at-a-glance hazard information Provide at-a-glance hazard information

19 Labeling and Marking Systems NFPA Diamonds Blue = Health Blue = Health Red = Flammability Red = Flammability Yellow = Instability Yellow = Instability White = Special hazard information White = Special hazard information

20 Labeling and Marking Systems NFPA Diamonds 4= Deadly Hazard 4= Deadly Hazard 3= Severe Hazard 3= Severe Hazard 2= Moderate Hazard 2= Moderate Hazard 1= Slight Hazard 1= Slight Hazard 0= No Hazard 0= No Hazard

21 Labeling and Marking Systems HMIS Labels Designed to go on individual containers of products that dont have the manufacturers labels Designed to go on individual containers of products that dont have the manufacturers labels Uses the same color code/numerical rating system as the NFPA diamonds Uses the same color code/numerical rating system as the NFPA diamonds 301

22 Labeling Containers You should never have any unattended, unlabeled hazardous chemical containers in your workplace! You should never have any unattended, unlabeled hazardous chemical containers in your workplace! Never use food containers for storage of hazardous chemicals! Never use food containers for storage of hazardous chemicals! Help with an unlabeled container: talk to your supervisor or the Safety Officer. Help with an unlabeled container: talk to your supervisor or the Safety Officer.Safety OfficerSafety Officer

23 The Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for Hazard Classification and Labeling Replaces our current system Replaces our current system Old labels gradually replaced Old labels gradually replaced Old NFPA Diamonds on bottles replaced by Pictograms Old NFPA Diamonds on bottles replaced by Pictograms Old NFPA 0-4 rating replaced by GHS category 5-1 Old NFPA 0-4 rating replaced by GHS category 5-1 MSDSs replaced by SDSs MSDSs replaced by SDSs

24 NFPA compared to GHS Ratings OldNew 4 = severe 3 = serious 2 = Moderate 1 = Slight 0 = Minimal NFPAGHS Category 1 severe hazard Category 2 serious hazard Category 3 moderate hazard Category 4 slight hazard Category 5 minimal hazard NOTE: 4 is severe in NFPA but corresponds to Category 1 in GHS Big numbers bad in NFPA but Little numbers are bad in GHS.

25 Pictograms Signify Hazards - Know These - ! Explosives, Self-reactives Flammables, Pyrophoric, Organic peroxides Oxidizers Corrosive, Eye damage Poison, Highly toxic, Fatal Systemic Effects: Carcinogen, Mutagen, Reproductive toxicity, Respiratory sensitizer, Target organ toxicity, Aspiration toxin Irritant, Skin sensitizer, Low toxicity, Narcotic effects Aquatic toxicity Gases under pressure

26 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Explosives, Self-reactives CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

27 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Flammable CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

28 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Pressurized Gasses CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

29 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Irritant CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

30 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Systemic or Organ toxic CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

31 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Corrosives CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

32 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Poisons CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

33 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Oxidizers CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

34 (1)(2)(3) (4)(5)(6) (7)(8)(9) ! A.Explosives, Self-reactive B.Gases under pressure C.Aquatic toxicity D.Corrosive E.Oxidizers F.Poison, Highly toxic G.Organ toxicity; Carcinogen H.Flammable I.Irritant; Skin sensitizer Environmental or Aquatic Toxin CLICK answer in box above IDENTIFY The Circled Pictogram

35 GHS labels use SIGNAL Words, HAZARD Statements and PICTOGRAMS Signal Words Signal Words Hazard Statements Hazard Statements Pictograms (for hazard category 1 & 2) Pictograms (for hazard category 1 & 2) Instructions Instructions The 2 Signal Words are: Warning or Danger

36 YouTube video on GHS labels Watch this video for more information on GHS Labels GHS HazCom Training Video GHS HazCom Training Video Click this link

37 Labeling and Marking Systems Uniform Laboratory Signage Located on laboratory and chemical storage area doors Located on laboratory and chemical storage area doors Pictographs depict worst hazards present in lab or area Pictographs depict worst hazards present in lab or area

38 Labeling and Marking Systems Uniform Laboratory Signage Always check with the appropriate personnel (lab manager, Safety Officer, etc.) before performing work or maintenance in a laboratory! Always check with the appropriate personnel (lab manager, Safety Officer, etc.) before performing work or maintenance in a laboratory!Safety OfficerSafety Officer

39 Durham Technical Community College Hazard Communication Employee Training

40 Hazard Communication Employee Training Training is required: Training is required: Within the first 30 days of employment Within the first 30 days of employment Whenever new hazards are introduced Whenever new hazards are introduced Annually Annually

41 Hazard Communication Employee Training The training must cover: The training must cover: Requirements of regulations Requirements of regulations Location and availability of (M)SDSs Location and availability of (M)SDSs Hazardous chemicals used in your workplace Hazardous chemicals used in your workplace Physical and health hazards Physical and health hazards Measures for personal protection Measures for personal protection Details and location of the written plan Details and location of the written plan

42 Hazard Communication Employee Training Safety is 1 st YOUR responsibility. Safety is 1 st YOUR responsibility. This presentation provides general safety Right-To-Know training. This presentation provides general safety Right-To-Know training. Your Supervisor or Instructor is responsible for their employee or students specific safety orientation. Your Supervisor or Instructor is responsible for their employee or students specific safety orientation. The DTCC Safety Officer may also be consulted with questions or concerns. The DTCC Safety Officer may also be consulted with questions or concerns.Safety OfficerSafety Officer

43 Personal Protective Equipment Examples Eyewear (Safety Glasses, Goggles, Face-Shields) Eyewear (Safety Glasses, Goggles, Face-Shields) Gloves (Hot-Cold, Electrical, Chemical) Gloves (Hot-Cold, Electrical, Chemical) Aprons, Lab Coats Aprons, Lab Coats Hearing Protection Hearing Protection Breathing (Respirators, Dust, Self-Contained BA) Breathing (Respirators, Dust, Self-Contained BA) Safety Shoes Safety Shoes Hard Hats Hard Hats

44 Durham Technical Community College Hazard Communication The Written Plan

45 Hazard Communication The Written Plan You have a right to possess your own copy of DTCCs written hazard communications plan available online at: HealthandSafetyManual.pdf HealthandSafetyManual.pdf Click this link for the printable document

46 Hazard Communication The Written Plan If you are exposed to a hazardous substance at work, you should report it at once to your supervisor.

47 Hazard Communication Chemical Inventory List Federal law requires an inventory of all chemicals on the DTCC campuses, and that it be updated annually. The Chemical Inventory List is available at: Click this link for the page with the Excel inventory

48 Emergency Response If an emergency occurs in your area, have someone contact CAMPUS POLICE/SECURITY at x5555 or (919) FIRE: Evacuate to outside locations posted on Evacuation Signage*. Use extinguisher if trained. FIRE: Evacuate to outside locations posted on Evacuation Signage*. Use extinguisher if trained. SPILL: Evacuate area. Clean-up only if trained. SPILL: Evacuate area. Clean-up only if trained. EXPOSURE: rinse for 15 minutes with water. EXPOSURE: rinse for 15 minutes with water. WEATHER: Move to Weather Shelter Rooms posted on Evacuation Signage*. WEATHER: Move to Weather Shelter Rooms posted on Evacuation Signage*. SECURITY ISSUE: FLEE if safe - lock door and HIDE if not - FIGHT if necessary. SECURITY ISSUE: FLEE if safe - lock door and HIDE if not - FIGHT if necessary. *Posters are being installed in buildings now

49 Durham Technical Community College Hazard Communication BE SAFE, NOT SORRY! TO COMPLETE YOUR TRAINING GO TO THE NEXT SLIDE FOR A TEST OF YOUR KNOWLEDGE

50 TAKE THIS BRIEF TEST Use this button if you want to restart the test 10 Questions

51 Question 1: click the correct response 1. What is the purpose of an (M)SDS? It protects you from illegal or hazardous form of the substance It protects you from illegal or hazardous form of the substance It describes the hazards and properties of substances It describes the hazards and properties of substances It contains all the information available about a substance It contains all the information available about a substance It tests your knowledge about a chemical or substance. It tests your knowledge about a chemical or substance.

52 Hazard Communication ( Material) Safety Data Sheets Company Information Company Information Hazardous Ingredients Hazardous Ingredients Physical Data Physical Data Fire and Explosion Data Fire and Explosion Data Health Hazard Data Health Hazard Data Safety Data Sheets are replacing MSDSs after Back INCORRECT – REVIEW & TRY AGAIN

53 Question 1: CORRECT! 1. What is the purpose of an (M)SDS? It describes the hazards and properties of substances Next

54 ! Explosives, Self-reactives Question 2: click the correct PICTOGRAM

55 Pictograms Signify Hazards ! Explosives, Self-reactives Flammables, Pyrophoric, Organic peroxides Oxidizers Corrosive, Eye damage Poison, Highly toxic, Fatal Systemic Effects: Carcinogen, Mutagen, Reproductive toxicity, Respiratory sensitizer, Target organ toxicity, Aspiration toxin Irritant, Skin sensitizer, Low toxicity, Narcotic effects Aquatic toxicity Gases under pressure Back INCORRECT – REVIEW & TRY AGAIN

56 Explosives, Self-reactives Next Question 2: CORRECT!

57 ! Corrosive! Question 3: click the correct PICTOGRAM

58 Corrosive! Next Question 3: CORRECT!

59 ! Poison! Question 4: click the correct PICTOGRAM

60 Poison! Next Question 4: CORRECT!

61 ! Flammable! Question 5: click the correct PICTOGRAM

62 Flammable Next Question 5: CORRECT!

63 ! Irritant or Harmful if Swallowed Question 6: click the correct PICTOGRAM

64 Irritant or Harmful if Swallowed Next Question 6: CORRECT! !

65 ! Oxidizer! Question 7: click the correct PICTOGRAM

66 Oxidizer! Next Question 7: CORRECT!

67 ! Water Toxicity Question 8: click the correct PICTOGRAM

68 Water or Aquatic Toxicity Next Question 8: CORRECT!

69 Find the DTCC Safety Data Sheet for "o-Cresol" Open a new web page window: (<-click) Open a new web page window: (<-click) under QuickLinks click Emergency & Safety Information under QuickLinks click Emergency & Safety Information click Chemical Safety Data page click Chemical Safety Data page click Chemistry and Biology section click Chemistry and Biology section Click the DTCC-SDS for "o-Cresol (scroll or type Ctrl-F to search by name) Click the DTCC-SDS for "o-Cresol (scroll or type Ctrl-F to search by name) After opening the SDS click the Next btn. After opening the SDS click the Next btn. next

70 Question 9: using the information on the SDS, click the correct answer 9. What is the SIGNAL WORD for o-Cresol? Caution Danger Warning There is no signal word for this substance There is no signal word for this substance

71 Hazards: (M)SDS Back INCORRECT – REVIEW & TRY AGAIN Pictograms & Signal Word Look for the Hazards in Section 2. Look for the Hazards in Section 2. Note: this is not the SDS for the substance you are looking up.

72 Question 9: CORRECT! 9. The SIGNAL WORD for o-Cresol is: NextDanger

73 Question 10: using the information on the SDS, click the correct answer 10. What are the PICTOGRAMS for o-Cresol? There are no PICTOGRAMS for this substance There are no PICTOGRAMS for this substance !

74 Hazards: (M)SDS Back INCORRECT – REVIEW & TRY AGAIN Pictograms & Signal Word Look for the Hazards in Section 2. Look for the Hazards in Section 2. Note: this is not the SDS for the substance you are looking up.

75 Question 10: CORRECT! 10. The PICTOGRAMS for o-Cresol are: Next

76 Almost done. Record this training session by clicking the link below and entering your info: Durham Technical Community College Hazard Communication Annual Training Requirement After completing the survey, press the Esc-key to exit. Trouble with a link? – Try clicking it twice.


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