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13 and Other Fuels GASOLINE Compressed Gases
or Safety Hazard Heath Hazard 9
Toxicity Acute Chronic 20
Gasoline and Other Fuels 18 Gasoline Carbon Monoxide
Acute Health Hazards Inhalation Headache Dizziness Loss of Coordination Possible Suffocation Gasoline and Other Fuels 15
Acute Health Hazards Gasoline and Other Fuels 19 EYES Pain Swelling INGESTION Internal Damage DEATHDEATH
Chronic Hazards 9 Skin Absorption GEE Whiz! That burns! Gasoline and Other Fuels
Safety Hazards 9 Gasoline
Work Practices 14 Smoke or Weld Pump or Siphon by Mouth Skin Contact Gasoline and Other Fuels
Spills or Leaks Gasoline and Other Fuels 21 Report Spills I IMMEDIATELY No sparks or flame
Colorless or Odorless Compressed Gases 24 Different Densities –Lighter/Heavier than air HEAVIERHEAVIER LIGHTERLIGHTER
Categories Compressed Gases 6
Health Hazards Suffocation Compressed Gases 20 Varying
Safety Hazards Compressed Gases 11
Work Practices Compressed Gases 18
Cylinder Storage Compressed Gases 19
Leaks Compressed Gases 11
Hazardous Substances Cleaning Agents or 1 1 Heath Hazard Safety Hazard.
Hazard Communications Hazardous Substances Skin Eyes Splashing, Fogging, Dusts, From our hands.
13 Hazardous to our Health Hazardous Substances Solvents 5 Lubricants.
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Harmful Effects and Emergency Response Poisoned: harm to internal organs Injuries: harm due to external irritants Hazard is the risk of harmful effects.
Hazard Communication Healthcare Workers. © Business & Legal Reports, Inc Session Objectives You will be able to: Understand chemical hazards Interpret.
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