SafetyAppendix

SafetyAppendix - Contact Reactivity CASRN Fire Chemical...

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Chemical CAS RN Health Fire Reactivity Contact Personal  Protective  Equipment Standard  Operating  Procedure Table 1. Summary of chemical hazards and mitigations. Numerical codes used to  indicate the extent of the hazard are: 0 = no known hazard, 1 = slight, 2 = moderate, 3 =  severe, and 4 = extreme. Abbreviations used for personal protective equipment are: G =  H = vented hood. Abbreviations used for types of gloves are: R = rubber, PVC =  Polyvinyl chloride, BV = butyl viton, Nit = nitrile, Neo = neoprene.  For Standard  Operating Procedure "yes" indicates that it was provided by research director.  References are given for other sources of SOP.
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Equipment Hazard Personal  Protective  Equipment Standard  Operating  Procedure Table 2. Summary of physical hazards and mitigations. Abbreviations used 
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