Bell Ringers. 1. 2. 3. 8/27/13. 4. 5. 8/28/13. Watch the safety rap video and record all of the safety procedures that you can identify. Bell Ringer 8/29. If a laboratory fire erupts the first thing you should do is?By donagh
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Unit 1 Lessons 4-6 -Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures -Solids, Liquids and Gases -Change of State. Substances. Elements: Pure substance in its simplest form can’t be broken down physically or chemically Examples: Hydrogen, Oxygen, Gold. Pure Substances:
Hazardous Substances. Chemical Safety. Labelling. Product Name. ACME CLEANER. SI 4286. Chemical Reg. No. Hazard Classification. Risk Phrase. Safety Phrase. Supplier & Contact No. Hazard Warnings. Employee Duties - COSHH. Follow safe systems of work Use safety controls Use PPE
Volatile Substances. Volatile Substances. Commonly referred to as ‘inhalants’, ‘solvents’, ‘solvent based products’ Common terms include ‘chroming’, ‘huffing’, ‘sniffing’, ‘bagging’
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES. HSNO Flammable Classes 3 and 4. Flammable Liquids - Class 3. 3.1 Liquids category A, B, C, & D 3.2 Liquid Desensitised explosive category A, B, & C. Class 3.1 Flammable Liquids. Class 3.1A - very high hazard
TOXIC SUBSTANCES. ENSC 202 Stephanie DiBetitto , Josh Fontaine, and Rebecca Zeyzus. LCB’s Proposed Toxic Substance Problems. 3 Subcategories of Toxic Substances. Heavy Metals Organochlorines : PCBs, dioxin, DDT Others: VOCs, PAHs, phthalates
Pure Substances. A sample of matter that has definite _______ and ________ properties. Atoms. Elements. Compounds. Molecules. Elements. ____________that cannot be separated into simpler substance by physical or chemical means. Compounds.
Hazardous Substances. Purpose of Presentation. This is a guide to the management of hazardous substances in DECS worksites. It includes advice about: responsibilities of managers and employees purchasing safety information (ChemWatch and MSDSs) risk assessment and control options labelling
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES. HSNO Class 6 Toxics. Class 6 - Toxicity. 6.1 Acutely toxic 6.3 Skin irritant 6.4 Eye irritant 6.5 Sensitisation 6.6 Mutagen 6.7 Carcinogen 6.8 Reproductive 6.9 Target organ/system. Toxicity. Acute toxicity thresholds
Hazardous Substances. Employer’s Responsibility. Every employer has a duty to ensure that their employees and others are not exposed to risks to their health because they must use or come in contact with hazardous substances. What is a Hazardous substance?. Any substance likely to cause harm
Psychoactive Substances. Student Interests/Questions. General Organization. About Forms Availability Effects Overdose Withdrawal Tolerance Dependence. Methamphetamine. About Methamphetamine. Stimulant Limited medical use: narcolepsy, weight control DEA: Schedule II drug.