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13 Hazardous to our Health Hazardous Substances
Solvents 5 Lubricants
Heath Safety Hazard and/or Hazard 9
MSDS Book 13 M S D S
Lubricants Greases Lubricating Oils Hydraulic Fluids Cutting Oils Lubricants 13
Safety Hazards Combustible Lubricants 5
Lubricants Headache Dizziness Nausea Health Hazards Acute Inhalation Skin Eyes Ingestion 24
Work Practices Storage Ventilation Wear PPE Disposal Wash hands. Lubricants 11
First Aid Inhalation Lubricants Eyes 15
Solvents Solvents 5
.Solvents Paint removers Cleaners Degreasing agents Solvents 13
.Solvents Evaporate easily May Break down Solvents 12
. Safety Hazards Solvents Flammable Combustible 4 3 4
.Acute Solvents 24 Dizziness Loss of Balance Unconsciousness Inhalation Skin Eyes Ingestion
. Inhalation Chronic Solvents 10 Ingestion Nerve Liver Kidney Nerve Liver Kidney
. Storage Identification PPE Transferring Work Practices Solvents 19
. Ventilation Solvents 18 Clean Up –Hands Skin Contact -Trash
. Solvents First Aid 27 Get Fresh Air Flush with Water Inhaled If Ingested Drink water
. Fire or Explosion Solvents 11 Activate Alarm Call Security/Fire Department Notify Management
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