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d. Always wear properly sized gloves.
3. Skin Protection
a. Lab coat. For hazardous chemicals that are toxic by skin contact/
absorption, additional protective clothing (i.e., oversleeves) is
appropriate where chemical contact w/ body/ skin is foreseeable.
i. Fully extend sleeves to the wrists.
ii. Buttoned at all times.
iii. If significant risk of fire exists, a flame-resistant lab coat
with a higher flammability resistance rating should be
worn, if possible.
iv. Rubber aprons when large quantities are handled (e.g.,
b. Close-toed, closed-heeled shoes.
c. Covered legs.
4. Hygiene Measures
Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. Wash hands before breaks
and immediately after handling the product.
Additional PPE may be required if procedures or processes present
additional risk. E) Maps and Emergency Evacuation GENERAL PROCEDURES:
The following are some general instructions for actions to take in case of an emergency:
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