<ul><li>Identify the chemical properties, uses, and primary hazards associated with common oxidizers
including concentrated nitric acid.</li><li>Identify important occupational exposure limits (OELs) associated with at least 3 common oxidizers.</li><li>Identify PSM requirements that would be useful for preventing or minimizing the consequences of a significant oxidizer related incident.</li><li>Using the OSHA Standard and your own experience, justify and validate the importance of the PSM standard to your facility (if it stores and processes highly hazardous materials) or a facility that may impact your community or a near-by community. Examples might include a water treatment facility that utilizes liquefied chlorine gas, a coal fired power plant that utilizes liquefied chlorine gas for water treatment, a food processing plant with a large ammonia refrigeration system, a fertilizer manufacturing or storage facility, a chemical manufacturing facility, etc..</li></ul>
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