Subpart D-Hazard classifications

Subpart D-Hazard classifications - Hazard Classifications...

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Hazard Classifications and Placards/Labels The color coding and distinctive  graphics of a placard or label are  based on the hazard classification  The hazard classifications are  established to group materials  based on their characteristics. There are nine hazard classes
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Hazard Classifications and Placards/Labels Class 1 Explosives Six Divisions 1.1 mass explosion hazard 1.2 projectile hazard 1.3 minor blast/projectile/fire 1.4 minor blast 1.5 insensitive explosives 1.6 very insensitive explosives  
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Hazard Classifications and Placards/Labels Class 2 Gases - Three Divisions 2.1 flammable gases 2.2 non flammable compressed 2.3 poisonous
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Hazard Classifications and Placards/Labels Class 3 Flammable and  Combustible Liquids Gases Flammable  flash point below 141° Combustible  flash point 141°-200°
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Hazard Classifications
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2008 for the course CON 356 taught by Professor Burl during the Spring '08 term at Bradley.

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