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1 AHCCHM101A Follow Basic Chemical Safety Rules Chemwatch Training

2 Accredited Course – AHCCHM101A Chemwatch is an accredited RTO by ASQA AHCCHM101A accredited by AQF Unit to current Certification; FDF10 – Chemical Handling Supersedes previous Course-RTC1701A Complies with National Competency Standards to Basic Chemical Safety Rules at Workplace Course Duration – Full Day Session 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 2

3 Training Overview Introduction to Chemwatch Training Assessment & Accreditation Unit Description, Skills and Knowledge, Unit Application Learning Objectives and the Session Plan ( Course Outline) Evaluation and Assessment Help and Support Closure 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 3

4 Introduction to Chemwatch Training Course Title Course Code Enrollment Course Outline Documentation Evaluation Database Application Training Feedback Follow Basic Chemical Safety Rules AHCCHM101A Training Registration Form Session Plan (Start: 9:00a.m. End: 4:00p.m.) Handout, User Guide,, Pamphlets Learner Workbook GoldFFX Application – Online Database System Training Feedback Forms (including GoldFFX application) 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 4

5 Assessment and Accreditation Basis of Competency (Assessment Evidence) Learner workbook - must be completed and submitted Answer ALL Questions for Activities Delivery Methodology – open book format, activity sheets, short answer questions, multiple questions, database activities Direct observation Issuance of Statement of Attainment if competent 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 5

6 Unit Description, Skills, Knowledge and Application Unit Application; Basic chemical safety rules Interpretation of safety instructions, i.e handling, storage, use of personal protective equipment, spills or accidents Communication and information sharing Unit Skills and knowledge; Employability skills – such as communication, technology, planning and organizing, self management, team work, etc. 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 6

7 Learning Objectives Core Elements (Units) UNIT 1 Follow Workplace Requirements and Instructions Concerning Chemicals UNIT 2 Recognise Risks Associated with Chemicals UNIT 3 Follow Chemical Handling and Storage Rules 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 7

8 1. Follow Workplace Requirements and Instructions Concerning Chemicals 1.1 Roles and responsibilities of people in the workplace are recognised 1.2 Safety procedures involved in chemical handling and use are recognised and followed as required 1.3 Occupation health and safety (OHS) hazards are identified and reported to the supervisor 1.4 Organisational procedures are followed with regard to chemicals 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 8 Performance Criteria UNIT 1

9 2. Recognise Risks Associated with Chemicals 2.1 Functions of chemicals in the workplace are recognised 2.2 Chemical labels and symbols are recognised and hazards identified 2.3 Chemical storage locations are identified 2.4 Instructions for transport, handling and storage of chemicals are recognised 2.5 Instructions for use, maintenance and storage of personal protective equipment and application are identified and observed 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 9 Performance Criteria UNIT 2

10 3. Follow Chemical Handling and Storage Rules 3.1 Chemical handling and storage instructions on labels are followed 3.2 Safety rules are followed when working in areas where chemicals are stored 3.3 Appropriate personal protective equipment is obtained and used when working in areas where chemicals are stored 3.4 Procedures are followed in the event of an accident or spillage 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 10 Performance Criteria UNIT 3

11 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 11 WHS Act and Regulations WHS require workers who have duty to ensure a safe work environment by employing Due Diligence and Duty of Care; to manage risks by eliminating risks as practicable as possible or minimize risks if it is not reasonably practicable. The responsibility will involve participation, consultation and communication throughout the risk assessment process. Download the CoP here hazardous-chemicals-in-the-workplace Safe Work Australia

12 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 12 Roles and Responsibilities The Code of Practice: WHS Consultation and Coordination detail a practical guide for anyone who has duty of care to achieve the standards as stipulated in the WHS Act. Download the CoP here cooperation-coordination-cop Safe Work Australia

13 WorkSafe Victoria The Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (the Act) is the cornerstone of legislative and administrative measures to improve occupational health and safety in Victoria. Occupational Health and Safety Regulations 2007 are made under the Act. They specify the ways duties imposed by the Act must be performed, or prescribe procedural or administrative matters to support the Act, such as requiring licenses for specific activities, keeping records, or notifying certain matters. Victorian Occupational Health and Safety Compliance Framework Handbook, 2007 Compliance Codes provide practical guidance to duty holders (compliance with the Act)- Codes of Practices Vic Govt supports national harmonization in principle but has not adopted WHS 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 13 Roles and Responsibilities

14 Outlook on specific roles based on instruments for guidance Code of practices – hazardous substances & dangerous goods HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES COP No. 24,2000 [Risk Coding System – Classification of Hazardous Substances] DANGEROUS GOODS STORAGE AND HANDLING COP No. 27, 2000 [ADG 7 Code – Classification of Dangerous Goods] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 14 Roles and Responsibilities WorkSafe Victoria

15 1.1 Roles and Responsibilities at the Workplace Management Employers, Senior Managers Line Managers, Supervisors Employees & workers Other Players – Suppliers, manufacturers, importers, distributors, wholesalers PCBU has Duty of Care of health and Safety through cooperation, coordination, consultation and reporting. Due Diligence to manage risks by eliminating risks as practicable as possible or minimize risks if NOT reasonably practicable. 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 15 Persons Conducting a Business or Undertaking Roles and Responsibilities

16 Roles & Responsibilities Primary Sources of Information Registers Australian Standards Industry Practices Technical references Codes of Practices Guidance Notes Labels Stock lists Inventories & Manifests MSDS NOHSC – designated lists of hazardous substances, HSIS (Hazardous Substances Information system) ADG – Classification of Dangerous Goods Code of Practice for Managing Risks for Hazardous Substances, Storage and Handling of Dangerous Goods Labels Stock lists Inventories & Manifests MSDS NOHSC – designated lists of hazardous substances, HSIS (Hazardous Substances Information system) ADG – Classification of Dangerous Goods Code of Practice for Managing Risks for Hazardous Substances, Storage and Handling of Dangerous Goods 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 16 Roles and Responsibilities

17 Registers, Stock List, Inventories, Manifest, MSDS, Risk Assessments 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 17 MATERIAL LIST REPORT GENERATED FROM GOLDFFX APPLICATION

18 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 18 Registers, Stock List, Inventories, Manifest List, MSDS, Risk Assessments MATERIAL LIST REPORT GENERATED FROM GOLDFFX APPLICATION

19 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 19 Registers, Stock List, Inventories, Manifest List, MSDS, Risk Assessments Generate a batch for various reports Vendor MSDS (Manufacturers, Suppliers MSDS) Gold MSDS (Chewmwatch full MSDS) Mini MSDS (Chemwatch one page MSDS) Access the full guide on how to generate various reports click link here: GoldFFX Guide to Generate Reports

20 Roles & Responsibilities Demonstrate commitment by investing in health & safety OHS policy and training of staff Communication of OHS/WHS responsibilities Identify hazards and risks by inspection, consultations, reviews Application of risk management and control under the WHS regulations i.e. eliminate hazards, substitute hazard with safer ones, engineering controls, use of PPEs, keep records, keep a risk assessment register, etc. Demonstrate commitment by investing in health & safety OHS policy and training of staff Communication of OHS/WHS responsibilities Identify hazards and risks by inspection, consultations, reviews Application of risk management and control under the WHS regulations i.e. eliminate hazards, substitute hazard with safer ones, engineering controls, use of PPEs, keep records, keep a risk assessment register, etc. Management Workers 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 20

21 Activity 1: Identify Roles & Responsibilities Activity 1.1A Identify two main roles and responsibilities of PCBU (managers and workers) to manage risks associated with chemicals used, stored and handled at the workplace. [You may refer to the user manual or the national code of practice for managing hazards and workplace risks at the workplace]. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers. Activity 1.1B Where should you go to find more information on the WHS Act and Regulations in regards to workers and employers responsibilities in the workplace? [You may refer to the user manual or website]. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers. 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 21

22 1.2 Safety Procedures in Chemical Handling Hazardous properties determine the precautions required Chemical Safety principles and guidelines Access to Material Safety Data Sheets ( <5years) – latest versions Container labels – good source of hazard information on instructions e.g. pesticides Safe handling guidance information Consider hygiene and chemical safety to exposure Example: see table on next slide 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 22

23 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 23 CLEANING AGENTPOSSIBLE HAZARDSSAFETY MEASURES Ammonia Can cause severe eye and lung irritation. If mixed with bleach, can form poisonous chlorine gas. Use in a well ventilated area. Do not mix with bleach. Wear eye protection. Bleach Can produce a poisonous gas if mixed with other cleaners. Never mix with toilet cleaners or ammonia. Wear gloves and eye protection. Toilet/Drain Cleaners Can cause serious burns. Wear gloves and avoid skin contact. Never mix with bleach. Protect eyes from possible splashes. Cleaning Fluids, Degreasers May cause skin and eye irritations. May contain solvents that can cause headaches, painful cough, dizziness, and liver or kidney damage. Avoid direct contact. Only use in well-ventilated areas. Follow label directions carefully. Aerosol Sprays Can irritate nasal passages if inhaled. Can cause eye irritation. Follow label directions carefully. Use in well ventilated area. Floor Waxes & Furniture Polish Can irritate skin and nasal passages.Use in well ventilated area. Avoid skin contact. COMPATIBILITY – can these products mix? AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training

24 Activity 1.2 : Determine Safety Procedures in Chemical Handling In your work related procedure, you are using the product Acetone manufactured by 3M, can you demonstrate how you would identify the safety procedures in chemical handling and usage of this organic solvent. [You may refer to the user manual] Refer to the A ppendix for the (M)SDS or conduct a search for the vendor (M)SDS using the Chemwatch application tool]. Fill in the Learner s Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 24 Roles and Responsibilities

25 1.3 OHS/WHS Hazards are identified and reported to Supervisor Management of Chemicals in Australia Hazards Identification Criteria and the (M)SDS Hazards Reporting Record Keeping and the Manifest Register Risk Assessment & Risk Control Hierarchy Introduction to AgVet and Industrial Chemicals [Answer ALL Activities in the Learner Workbook] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 25 National Profiling of Chemicals – 4 Key Schemes o Agriculture o Industry o Pharmaceuticals o Food National Profiling of Chemicals – 4 Key Schemes o Agriculture o Industry o Pharmaceuticals o Food

26 Responsibilities Licensing of commercial pests control operators, aerial spray operators Investigation of, and poisoning of wild life Compliance - violations monitoring Quality assurance schemes APVMA -National registration and authority for AgVet chemicals 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 26 Independent Statutory body developing national policy for WHS (does not enforce laws) Commonwealth, States and Territories regulate and enforce WHS in jurisdictions ACT, QLD, NSW, NT, SA, Tasmania, Victoria, WA NICNAS -National regulator for notification and assessment of industrial chemicals SAFEWORK -National Agency for WHS policy and compensation Management Body Management of Chemicals in Australia

27 Commonwealth, States and Territories Regulate and Enforce WHS in Jurisdictions 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 27

28 Chemical Hazards Identification & (M)SDS Occupational Health and Safety Act Superseded by WHS Act 2011 Uses Risk Code System for Classification of Hazardous Substances Australian Dangerous Goods Code 7 Workplace Health and Safety Act 2011 Uses the GHS System Australian Dangerous Goods Code 7 OHS/NOHSC Criteria & ADG Code (Road & Rail) 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 28 WHS/GHS System & ADG Code (Road & Rail) Legislative Instruments Types of Hazards o Physical e.g., flammable liquids - acetone o Health e.g., carcinogens -benzene o Environmental e.g., formaldehyde Types of Hazards o Physical e.g., flammable liquids - acetone o Health e.g., carcinogens -benzene o Environmental e.g., formaldehyde 2016/ Transition Dangerous Goods Class Example o DGC 3 e.g., flammable liquid - acetone o DGC 3 e.g., carcinogens -benzene o DGC 8 e.g., corrosive liquid - formaldehyde Dangerous Goods Class Example o DGC 3 e.g., flammable liquid - acetone o DGC 3 e.g., carcinogens -benzene o DGC 8 e.g., corrosive liquid - formaldehyde

29 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 29 HAZARDS COMMUNICATION (GHS) HAZARD TYPE SPECIFIC HAZARD HAZARD COMMUNICATION STATEMENTS PICTOGRAMS WORKPLACE HAZARD PHYSICAL Explosives, Flammable Gases, Flammable Aerosols, Oxidizing Solids, Gases and Liquids, Gases under Pressure, Flammable Liquid, Flammable Solid, Self Reactive Substances, Pyrophoric Liquid, Pyrophoric Solid, Self- Heating Substances, Organic Peroxides, Corrosives to Metals. Hazard Communication system for Labelling, Placarding and Safety Data Sheets Signal Words GHS utilizes the words DANGER and WARNING as signal words to indicate the relative level of severity of hazard. DANGER – used for the more severe or significant hazard Hazard Statements Hazard statements are assigned to a class and category depending on hazard nature/degree of hazard (H- Codes) Precautionary Statements Phrases (and/or pictograms) that describe recommended measures to minimize or prevent adverse effects from exposure to a hazardous substance (P Codes) Explosives Flame Flame Over Circle Gas Cylinder Corrosion HEALTH Acute Toxicity, Skin Corrosion, Skin Irritation, Serious Eye Damage, Eye Irritation, Respiratory Sensitizer, skin Sensitizer, Germ Cell Mutagenicity, Carcinogenicity, Reproductive Toxicity, specific Target Organ Toxicity, Aspiration Hazard. Skull and Bones Corrosion Exclamation Mark Health Hazard ENVIRONMENT Acute Aquatic Toxicity, Chronic Aquatic Toxicity. Environment

30 (Material) Safety Data Sheets 16 Sections NOT more than 5 years Reviews required if legislative changes applicable Imported Products MUST have a localised (M)SDS Labels Product Identifier/Name, Ingredients Manufacture Details Hazard pictograms Expiry date Label Elements – signal words, hazard & precautionary statements, risks & PPEs Pipework and pipelines, e.g., signal adjacent, markings 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 30 HAZARDS COMMUNICATION (GHS) Chemical Register MUST be always updated

31 HAZARDS COMMUNICATION - LABEL WHS Regulations apply specific duties to correct labelling of hazardous chemicals Duties: Manufacturers /suppliers provide correctly labelled chemical Correct labelling required for chemicals used, handle or stored at workplace in accordance with Schedule 9 (WHS) – see link Schedule 9 PCBU to ensure correct labelling if chemical is manufactured at workplace, transferred or decanted from original container These duties do not apply if the chemical is immediately used after being put into container and the container is adequately cleaned 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 31

32 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 32 Hazard Pictogram (GHS) & ADG Code Hazard Pictograms GHS HazardDangerous Goods class labels (pictograms) Dangerous goods classes Explosives Self-reactive Organic peroxides Explosive Flammables Self-reactives Pyrophorics Self-heating Emits flammable gas in contact with water Organic peroxides Flammability (Liquid, Solid or Gas) Pyrophoric, Emits Flammable Gas Organic Peroxide Oxidisers Oxidiser Oxidising gas Gases under pressure Non-toxic non- flammable gas, flammable gas, oxidising gas, toxic gas

33 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 33 Hazard Pictogram (GHS) & ADG Code Acute toxicity Acute Toxic gas Hazard Pictograms GHS HazardDangerous Goods class labels (pictograms)Dangerous goods classes Acute toxicity Skin irritants Eye irritants Skin sensitisers No equivalent Carcinogens Respiratory sensitisers Reproductive toxicants Target organ toxicants Germ cell mutagens No equivalent Eye corrosion Skin corrosion Corrosive to metal Corrosive to metals

34 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 34 Hazard Pictogram (GHS) & ADG Code Hazard Pictograms GHS HazardDangerous Goods class labels (pictograms)Dangerous goods classes Aquatic toxicity. Not covered within the scope of workplace hazardous chemicals requirements Environmental hazard No equivalent hazard pictogram Miscellaneous dangerous goods Not covered within the scope of workplace hazardous chemicals requirements Infectious Not covered within the scope of workplace hazardous chemicals requirements Radioactive

35 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 35 Example 1: Flammosol label containing the full set of workplace labelling information Label Format

36 OHS/WHS Management System involves; Organisational Structure inclusiveness of OHS/WHS Strategic Planning Organisational Practices and Procedures Identification of resources Standard and Safe Operating Procedures Emergency Preparedness in case of Fire, Accidents, Spills, etc Incident and Hazard Reporting Risk Assessment and Management of Risks 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training Organisational Procedures are Followed with Regards to Chemicals

37 Activity 1.4 : Organisational Procedures are Followed with Regards Chemicals Is your hazard reporting following the organisational procedures? If YES, what is the scope of the procedure? If NO, identify one in your own organisation or use the provided example for ease of reference. [ Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 37

38 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 38 Confined Space A confined space is determined by the structure and a specific set of circumstances. The same structure may or may not be a confined space depending on the circumstances when the space is entered. Entry to a confined space is considered to have occurred when a persons head or upper body enters the space. A space may become a confined space if work that is to be carried out in the space would generate harmful concentrations of airborne contaminants. Activity 1.4 Safe Operating Procedure in Confined Space Company A has hired services to re-paint in a confined space. The work is being conducted in a confined space and the work environment in this space contains harmful atmosphere. The safe operating procedure for this space requires that A safe atmosphere can be achieved within the confined space using methods such as cleaning, purging and ventilation. Assume that the atmosphere has been cleared of contaminants. Determine what is cold be missing in this picture. Organisational Procedures are followed with regards to chemicals

39 2.1 Functions of chemicals in the workplace are recognised 2.2 Chemical labels and symbols are recognised and hazards identified 2.3 Chemical storage locations are identified 2.4 Instructions for transport, handling and storage of chemicals are recognised 2.5 Instructions for use, maintenance and storage of personal protective equipment and application are identified and observed [Answer ALL Activities in the Learner Workbook] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training Recognise Risks Associated with Chemicals

40 2.1 Functions of chemicals in the workplace are recognised Generally, MSDS [ Section 1 ]states intended use of the product. Take note that some chemicals may be; Corrosives Flammables Solvents - organic, chlorinated Explosives Laboratory agents Toxic substances Sensitisers 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 40

41 2.1 Functions of chemicals in the workplace are recognised – Hierarchy Control Eliminate the hazard : Eliminate the dangerous substance or process or replace it by a less dangerous one. Put distance or shielding between the substance and the worker : Prevent the dangers associated with the chemical from reaching the worker Ventilation : Provide general and local ventilation to remove or reduce the concentration of airborne contaminants such as fumes, gases, vapours and mists. Protect the worker : Provide personal protection to the worker to prevent physical contact with the chemical. These principles are discussed in detail below. 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 41 The use of PPE as a sole risk control or even PPE and Administrative Controls is a STOP (not acceptable) Engineering controls including isolation may be acceptable but must be used with caution Elimination and Substitution are the control options of choice and must be considered

42 Please give two examples of Corrosive materials. [You may refer to the user manual or by using the Chemwatch application tool]. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers. Please explain the term Flashpoint. [You may refer to the users manual. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers. 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 42 Activity 2.1 : Functions of chemicals in the workplace are recognised – Hierarchy Control

43 NOHSC/ADG Signal Word: Hazardous/Non Product Name Chemical Name Risk Phrases Safety Phrases First Aid Procedures Manufacturer Details MSDS Reference ADG Hazchem signs where applicable 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training Chemical labels and symbols are recognised and hazards identified

44 GHS Labelling Signal Word: Danger or Warning Hazard Statements as per hazard class and category Ingredient constituent Manufacturer Details Pictograms and Symbols where applicable 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 44

45 2.2 Chemical labels and symbols are recognised and hazards identified AgVet Chemicals ( herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, vaccines, antibiotics, vitamins, etc) Product Registration Product Labelling Availability in AgVet APVMA Registers Illegal to import unregistered product or active constituent 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 45 AgVet Label Format

46 Activity 2.2 : Chemical labels and symbols are recognised and hazards identified WHS regulations require that containers of chemicals must be labelled appropriately. Identify one hazard stipulated in a Label for the chemical Acetone. [You may refer to the users manual or Chemwatch Application Tool. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] What is its Dangerous Goods Class (DGC) and what does this mean? [You may refer to the users manual or Chemwatch Application Tool. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] Should this chemical be kept away from an open flame and if so, why? [You may refer to the users manual or Chemwatch Application Tool. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 46

47 2.3 Chemical Storage Locations Identified Property Plan of PCBU MUST have a MANIFEST based on SITE MAP Chemwatch Application provides DBMS to create Site Map Manifest Register contains; Product trade name Ingredient (active constituent) Poison Schedule DG Classification Batch number Date of Manufacture(DOM) Quantity Stored Manifest Register contains; Product trade name Ingredient (active constituent) Poison Schedule DG Classification Batch number Date of Manufacture(DOM) Quantity Stored 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 47 AREA SECTION LOCATION

48 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 48 PCBU Name: Chemwatch Pty, Ltd Location of Storage : Chemical Storage Shed 1227 Glen Huntly Rd, Glen Huntly, VIC 3163 Date: 30/03/2013 Product Trade Name Active Constituent (ml/L, g/Kg) Poison Schedule Packing Group UN Number DGClassNumber Supplier DOM Expiry (d/m/yy) Batch Number Quantity Stored (L, Kg) Maximum Amount any one time) MB4 dimethylami ne mcpa, dimethylamine salt, , 340; dicamba, dimethylamine salt, , 80% S5N/A None MB4 1/1/2015 (not exact date) 20125L50L Ammonia 100%S6ll Chemwatc h 1/1/2015 (not exact date) 2845L Amicide Selective Weedkiller 2,4- dichlorophenoxyacetic acid diethanolamine, , 50% water, , 50% S5N/A None MB4 1/1/2015 (not exact date) 40310L25L Dangerous Goods Licence: YES NO If Yes: Licence No: _____________ Poison Schedule: Signal Heading Packing Groups: Max Qty before Placarding Unscheduled Keep out of reach of children l = Great Danger 50kg/L S4 Prescription animal remedy ll = Medium danger 250 kg/L for DG Class S5 Caution lll =Minor Danger 1000 kg/L 6.1, 8 S6 Poison (for Dangerous Goods in Location) S7 Dangerous Poison (M)SDS Available: Yes/No = Y/N (for hazardous chemical) Manifest Register

49 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 49 Hazard Classification in GoldFFX Risk Codes (NOHSC/EU)and Hazard Codes (GHS) Risk Codes (NOHSC/EU) Hazard Codes (GHS)

50 DG Classification Information in GoldFFX HAZCHEM - Placarding in GoldFFX

51 Activity 2.3 : Chemical Storage Locations Identified What is the Packing Group for the chemical Acetone? [You may refer to the users manual on the (M)SDS for Acetone or use the Chemwatch Application Tool. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] What does this Packing Group indicate for this material during storage? [You may refer to the users manual. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] What is the importance of the Manifest ? [You may refer to the users manual. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 51

52 2.4 Transport, Handling and Storage Instructions Identified ADG Code 7 provides classification of articles or materials for the purposes of storage and transportation ( Road & Rail) for DGC 1-9 and combustibles The AS19490 specifies the criteria for storage and handling of flammable and combustible liquids Placards and labels are used to identify dangerous goods stored on site premises (based on Schedule 1,2 (NOHSC/ADG) and Schedule 11,22 (WHS) MSDS provides detailed information in Section 7 for handling and storage requirements of dangerous goods, e.g., compatibility in terms of segregation, fire separation and/or prohibition Instructions for transportation of dangerous goods is detailed in Section 14 of the MSDS [ UN Number, DGC Class, Packing Group, Hazchem Code, etc.] Click here for more information on (M)SDS Format and Structure MSDS Structure 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 52 Heavy Duty 250 Litre Bulk Storage Cabinet

53 Activity 2.4 Transport, Handling and Storage Instructions Identified What are the transport instructions required for the material Petrol ? [You may refer to the users manual on the (M)SDS for petrol or use the Chemwatch Application Tool. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] Provide a storage and handling requirement for Petrol. [You may refer to the users manual on the (M)SDS for petrol or use the Chemwatch Application Tool. Fill in the Leaners workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 53 5 Litre Fuel Container

54 Instructions on Use Maintenance and Storage of PPEs 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 54

55 2.5 Instructions on Use Maintenance and Storage of PPEs Read label for PPE requirements on APVMA Approved Label Read label for PPE requirements on MSDS Section 8 of an MSDS provides Safe Handling and use of recommended PPE Care, clean-up and maintenance of PPEs stipulated in Australian standards Follow instruction of Care on the Purchase Card PPEs range from Gloves, Boots, Overalls, Respirator, Goggles, Glasses, Safe Shields, etc. Disposal of PPEs (AUS/NZL Standards) [If uncertain, contact Manufacturer] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 55

56 Activity 2.5 : Instructions on Use Maintenance and Storage of PPEs Identify each type of the control icon below to their corresponding description [You may refer to the users manual. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers. [Enter the number representing the appropriate icon in the Activity Answer Table] What is the required personal protective equipment required for benzene? What is the Emergency Code for this product ( HAZCHEM Code ) and what does it mean? What is the Poison Schedule of this product and what does this mean? 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 56 Type of PPE1 Gloves2 Overalls3 Respirator4 Goggles Match each PPE number above against each PPE icon

57 3. Chemical Handling & Storage Instructions General Guidelines on; Fume Hood Use Spill Prevention and Planning Spill Response Chemical Storage and Compatibility Secure Storage Facility Only permitted Entry Placarding of site and stores 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 57 DG Class Diamond Class DescriptionExamples DGC 1 Explosives Gelignite, Fireworks DGC 2.1 Flammable Gases Acetylene, Hydrogen DGC 2.2 Non- Flammable, Non Toxic Gases Nitrogen, Carbon Dioxide DGC 2.3 Toxic Gases Chlorine (gas), Ammonia DGC 3 Flammable LiquidsAcetone, Ethanol DGC 4.1 Flammable SolidsSulphur DGC 4.2 Spontaneously Combustible White Phosphorus, Activated Carbon DGC 4.3 Dangerous when wet Sodium metal, Calcium Carbide DGC 5.1 DGC 5.2 Oxidizing substancesSodium Peroxide Organic peroxides Methyl Ethyl Ketone DGC 6.1 DGC 6.2 Toxic substancesSodium Cyanide Infectious substancesClinical Waste DGC 7 RadioactiveTritium DGC 8 CorrosivesNitric acid DGC 9 MiscellaneousAsbestos, dry ice

58 Examples of Incompatible Materials 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 58 CHEMICAL INCOMPATIBILITY Acetic acid Chromic acid, nitric acid, hydroxyl compounds, ethylene glycol, perchloric acid, peroxides, permanganates AcetyleneChlorine, bromine, copper, fluorine, silver, mercury AcetoneConcentrated nitric and sulphuric acid mixtures Alkali metalsWater, carbon tetrachloride or other chlorinated hydrocarbons, carbon dioxide, halogens AmmoniaMercury, chlorine, calcium hypochlorite, iodine, bromine, hydrofluoric acid ChloratesAmmonium salts, acids, powdered metals, sulphur, finely divided organic or combustible materials Chlorine Ammonia, acetylene, butadiene, butane, methane, propane (or other petroleum gases), hydrogen, sodium carbide, benzene, finely divided metals, turpentine CyanideAcids FluorineMost other chemicals NitratesSulphuric acid OxygenOils, grease, hydrogen, flammable liquids, solids, or gases Perchloric acidAcetic anhydride, bismuth and its alloys, alcohol, paper, wood, grease, oils, SodiumCarbon tetrachloride, carbon dioxide, water SulphidesAcids

59 Segregation Tool 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 59 Class of goods SR Combustible liquids 2.1 ABS1 S2 S4S5S2S4S1 CS2 2.2 BABS1S2 S4S5BS4BS1CS2 2.2 SR 5.1 S1 BB S2 S4S5S2S4CS1CS2 2.3 S1 IS2 S4S5S2S4CS1CS2 3 AS3S4S5S2S4S3BBB 4.1 S2 AS4S5S2S4S3BBS2 4.2 S4 AS5S4 BB 4.3 S5 A G 5.1 S2B S4S5DS4CS3C 5.2 S4 S5S4ECES4CES4 6.1 S1BCCS3 S4S5CCEAHBS3 8 S1 BBBS5S3S4HFCS3 9 CCCCBBBGCCEBCAB Combustible Liquids S2 B S4S5S3S4S3 BA

60 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 60 Segregation Class Segregation Guidance Notes S1 Segregate these goods by 3m or more in a well-ventilated area. For liquid dangerous goods the distance is measured from the edge of the spill catchment area. See supplementary notes 6 and 7. S2 Segregate by 5 m or more. If one of the dangerous goods is a liquid, measure the distance from the edge of the spill catchment area. Liquid dangerous goods should be located within a separate spill catchment area. See supplementary notes 6 and 7. S3 Segregate by 3 m or more for PG III goods and 5m or more for PG II, PG I goods or where the goods may react dangerously. If both are solids then a minimum of 1m separation may be used. Where one of the goods is a liquid the distance is measured from the edge of the spill catchment area. See supplementary notes 6 and 7. S4 Segregation preferred by the use of fire-rated partitioned areas. Consider use of separate detached building for organic peroxides and for highly pyrophoric class 4.2 goods. S5Segregation of class 4.3 preferred by use of a separate, detached building without water based fire suppression system. Chemical Handling & Storage Instructions

61 Activity 3.1 : Chemical Handling & Storage Instructions are followed The following materials are classified as Dangerous Goods. Match each material to their corresponding DGC diamond. [You may refer to the users manual or use the Chemwatch Application Manifest. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 61 Dangerous GoodsHydrochloric AcidTNTAcetone Match DG material to correct diamond

62 3.2 Safety Rules are followed when working in Areas where Chemicals are Stored Storage facilities must be secured and placards applied where required Safety warning signs placed in visible areas and markers available for work sites e.g. confined spaces, road markings, piping works, etc Ignition sources visibly marked Emergency signs and evacuation signs clearly visible for workers and visitors Fume hood safety instructions observed Spill prevention and response measures articulated in safe operating procedures Chemical storage and compatibility rules followed Generally, MSDS reference to applicable section followed 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 62

63 Activity 3.2 Safety Rules are followed when working in Areas where Chemicals are Stored List two guidelines to following when using a fume hood. [You may refer to the users manual for the list of fume hood guidelines. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] Refer to the Safe Operating Procedure for a Fume Hood –Laboratory Click here to open document Safe Operating Procedure 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 63 Laboratory Fume Hood Laboratory Fume Hoods serve to control exposure to toxic, offensive or flammable vapours, gases and aerosols. The laboratory fume hood is a type of local exhaust ventilation system

64 Types of PPEs 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 64 Type of PPEWhat are they? Caution…! Clothing Long sleeved shirt, long trousers made of water repellent material. Overalls, waterproof apron, rain coat, rain suit can be used when mixing or pouring concentrates. Overalls do not provide adequate protection against spills and splashes Gloves Elbow length, unlined water proof gloves. Only use gloves approved for the chemical or product as some rubber products can be reactive with solvents and dissolve. Read the label or (M)SDS Shoes/Boots Boots must be made of rubber. Trouser bottoms must be worn outside of boots. Leather, canvas or cloth boots must not be worn when handling chemicals due their absorbency Goggles/Face Shields Tight fitting and non-fogging goggles or full face shield must be worn to avoid eyes contamination or if theres a possibility of a splash. Avoid eye contact Take caution when using dusts, powder or toxic spray Glasses Wear glasses to avoid eye contact. Contact lenses can trap material beneath, hence increasing the risk of poisoning Respirators Select the respirator that is solely designed for its intended use Understand the limitations of the respirator type Always use manufacturers instructions on use and maintenance. Three types of respirators: 1.Negative pressure purifying 2.Supplied-air 3.Self contained

65 3.3 Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment is obtained and used where chemical are stored Before undertaking any task working with chemicals, ALWAYS READ THE LABEL or MSDS Determine hazards and specific PPE requirements [if any] [Section 8 of an MSDS (Exposure Controls) provides details regarding PPE requirements] Types of PPEs for working with hazardous chemicals o Clothing o Gloves o Shoes/Boots o Goggles/Face shields o Glasses o Respirators 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 65

66 Activity 3.3 Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment is obtained and used where chemical are stored Name one type of respirator out of the three types. [You may refer to the users manual. Fill in the Leaners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 66

67 Activity 3.4 Procedures are followed in the event of an accident or spill Identify the type of control (PPE) you would use in the event of a benzene spill on a laboratory floor. What actions would you undertaken to alleviate the situation? [You may refer to the users manual or refer to (M)SDS using the Chemwatch Application. Fill in the Learners Workbook provided by the trainer with your answers] 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 67

68 Evaluation and Feedback Submit your Learner Workbook to the trainer Fill in the Feedback Form and submit it to the trainer. THANK YOU!!! You have been great participants 6/3/2014 AHCCHM101A - Follow Basic Safety Rules - Chemwatch Training 68


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