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Avoidance of direct contact with materials Automation, closed system Efficient ventilation Protective gloves Barrier cream Skin care program
Soap, detergent, cleaning agent without allergen & irritant Water, shower Soft towel Emollient & moisturising cream
Gloves materials Rubber materials Natural rubber Chloprene rubber (Neoprene) Fluorocarbon rubber (Viton) Nitrile rubber
Gloves materials Plastic polymer materials Polyethylene PVC polyurethane
Wrong believe: gloves provide complete protection from all chemicals
Is a glove suitable as protection? Last way for control of exposure Nature of hazard Which chemical Physical hazard → Double gloves Abrasion Cut T Material of glove
Ways of failure of gloves 1. Misuse Choosing the wrong glove Not removing correctly Improper storage of glove
Reuse gloves 1. Wash the gloved hands before removing 2. Technique of removing
Donning Pickup each glove by holding the part of glove, immediately below the cuff Not less than 3cm of cuff remain unsoiled
storage of glove Interior surface of glove should be expose to air
Ways of failure of gloves 2. Physical damage 3. Degradation 4. Permeation (breakthrough time)
Which glove? 1. hazard 2. potential for skin contact 3. nature of contact intermittent/ constant 4. Physical characteristics of chemical Volatile mixture
Which glove? 5. Physical damage to glove 6. Temperature 7. Requirements of task 8. Training 9. Size 10. cost
Which glove? 11. Effects on skin of wearing gloves Hyper hydration Irritation Sensitization Cream Cotton glove
Effective glove selection Manager Introduce new hazards Supervision Consequence of failure
Glove Selection. Breakthrough Time - time after application on the exterior that it takes to detect a chemical on the interior of a glove rate at which.
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