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Hazardous Substances Cleaning Agents
or 1 1 Heath Hazard Safety Hazard
Skin Absorption Eyes Inhalation Ingestion
Skin Absorption Splashing, Exposure to another person who has contacted the material.. Skin Absorption Substances can wick through our clothing onto our skin
Ingestion Direct Secondary
Ingestion can occur hand to mouth.
Toxicity Acute Chronic
MSDS Cleaning Agents Hazard Type Handling Exposure
Is it Hazardous ? Label
Domestic Industrial Cleaning Agents
Disinfectants. Floor Cleaners Deodorizers Abrasives Caustics Solvents Cleaning Agents Detergents
Cleaning Agents Health Hazards Acute Inhalation Skin Eyes Ingestion.
Health Hazards Acute Eyes Cleaning Agents Ingestion.
Chronic Inhalation Cleaning Agents Kidney and liver damage.
Safety Hazards Fire Explosion. Cleaning Agents Flammable
Prevention Cleaning Agents Identifiable Mixing hazards Chlorine Bleach & Ammonia
Prevention Cleaning Agents Ventilation Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Wash hands
Prevention Cleaning Agents Flammable Heat and Sparks Disposal
First Aid Inhalation Skin Cleaning Agents
First Aid Eyes Cleaning Agents Ingestion
Safe Work Practices Safe Storage Cleaning Agents Containers
Cleaning Agents BE SAFE, NOT SORRY! THE END
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