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  1. Hazard Communications Training Right to Know Presented by University Mailing Services 120 Ag North Stillwater, OK 74078 University Mailing Services

  2. Hazard Communications Training Part One • Questions & Answers Part Two • Method Of Instruction • Part Three • Labeling Part Four • UMS Hazardous Chemicals University Mailing Services

  3. Part One • Questions & Answers • Slides 4 - 9 University Mailing Services

  4. Questions & Answers • What is a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)? • What is a Chemical Inventory List? • Why are MSDS’s and CIL’s issued? • Where are University Mailing Services MSDS’ and CIL’s kept? • What is an Employee Exposure Report? • How do I fill out an EER? • What information does a MSDS give? University Mailing Services

  5. Questions & Answers • Why are MSDS’s and CIL’s issued? • This is the method used by the manufacturer of a chemical substance to provide information about the product to the user • What is a Material Safety Data Sheet? • This is the method used by the manufacturer of a chemical substance to provide information about the product to the user • What is a Chemical Inventory List (CIL)? • This is a list of potentially hazardous chemical substances found in a given location. CIL for University Mailing Services includes list of potentially hazardous chemicals used and stored • Where are University Mailing Services MSDS’s and CIL’s kept? • They are kept in a black loose leaf notebook clearly labeled “MSDS”. The notebook is kept in the front office on the supplies desk • What is an Employee Exposure Report (EER)? • This is a report that records the unsafe exposure of any employee to a chemical on the CIL. An exposure is contact with a chemical without required safety equipment • How do I fill out an EER? • Fill in the blanks within 24 hours of the exposure. The EER is retained by the OSU Safety Department for at least 40 years. You may refer to the report during the storage time University Mailing Services

  6. Questions & Answers • What information does a MSDS give? The following answer will be answered in the following format: • Information found on MSDS Sheet e.g. Sample: “Rinse Free Stripper” The following points will follow the above format and the example is specifically for “Rinse Free Stripper” University Mailing Services

  7. Questions & Answers • What information does a MSDS give? • Any Health Hazards (Acute or Chronic Effects) e.g. Rinse Free Stripper may cause skin and eye irritation. Avoid prolonged skin contact and inhalation of mist vapors • Exposure Limits e.g. “Not Established”, “Avoid Prolonged Contact” • First Aid Procedures e.g. “Flush eyes or skin for at least 15 minutes with plenty of water. If irritation persists, call a physician. If swallowed, induce vomiting immediately by giving two glasses of water and sticking finger down throat. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person Cont’d University Mailing Services

  8. Questions & Answers • Material Physical Characteristics e.g. “Clear liquid, mint fragrance and soluble in water” • Fire and Explosion Hazards e.g. Flash point – None Flammable limits – N/A Special Fire Fighting Procedures – None Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards – None • Materials Reactivity Stability e.g. Stability – Stable. Do not mix with acids Hazardous decomposition Products – CO & CO2 Hazardous Polymerization – Will not occur University Mailing Services

  9. Questions & Answers • Personal Protection Requirements e.g. Respiratory Protection – Not requiredVentilation – Good general ventilation Protective Gloves – Chemical resistant Eye Protection – Safety goggles Other Protection Equipment – None necessary • Special Precautions e.g. Precautions to be taken in handling and storage – Nothing special Other precautions – None necessary • Manufacturer’s Name e.g. Spartan Chemical Company, Inc • Emergency Telephone Numbers e.g. (419) 531-5551 University Mailing Services

  10. Part Two • Method Of Instruction • Slides 11 - 12 University Mailing Services

  11. Method of Instruction • When is “Right to Know” training required? • At initial assignment to the job • Whenever new hazards are introduced (Higher hazard level substance) • Annual Review • What must the training cover? • Methods to detect presence of release • Physical and health hazards present • Measures for personal protection • The details of the company plan • Of what must the employee be informed? • The requirements of the “Right to Know” regulations • Any operations in their area where hazardous chemicals are used • The location and availability of the MSDS plan University Mailing Services

  12. Method of Instruction • Four Stages of Program • MSDS acquisition • Marking and labeling system • Employee Training • A written plan on how to meet the law and react to emergencies • Describe Policies and Procedures • Hazard detection • Spill response • Use of protective equipment • What is OSU’s Proposed Training Program format? • Give open book test to determine that training was effective This Training class is your required “Right to Know” Training!!! University Mailing Services

  13. Part Three • Labeling • Slides 14 - 19 University Mailing Services

  14. Labeling • What is the OSU (HMIS) System for labeling hazardous materials? • It is a rectangular label attached to the substance or to the storage area immediately adjacent to the materials. It gives six facts about the subject. It tells you what your exposure risk is and what precautions you should take University Mailing Services

  15. Labeling • What is the OSU (NFPA) System for labeling hazardous materials and where is it used? • This is the diamond sign at the entrance to a building used to tell emergency crews such as police and fire what hazardous substance may be encountered. • The diamond has four colors. The chart indicates what the hazard level is. The highest risk level of any substance in the building is indicated on the sign University Mailing Services

  16. Labeling • Risk levels • Health • Flammability • Reactivity University Mailing Services

  17. Labeling University Mailing Services

  18. Labeling University Mailing Services

  19. Labeling University Mailing Services

  20. Part Four • UMS Hazardous Chemicals • Slides 21- 26 University Mailing Services

  21. Shineline Floor Prep • CAS # 7664-38-2 • Label Reads H2; R0; F0; Gloves and Goggles • Health Hazard Data • Primary Routes of Entry • Inhalation • Skin Contact • Ingestion • Effects of Exposure • Inhalation – Not stated • Skin Contact – Corrosive to skin and eyes • Ingestion - May be fatal University Mailing Services

  22. UMS Hazardous Chemicals • First Aid and Emergency Procedures • Eye Contact: Wash with water for 15 minutes. See Physician • Skin Contact: Flood with water and soap. Cover with moist magnesia or Baking Soda • Ingestion: Call physician immediately. Drink teaspoon or more of milk of magnesia or a cup of soapy water. Follow with milk or raw eggs • Spill or Leak procedures – Flush into sanitary sewer • Special protection information • Use only with good ventilation • Wear acid resistant gloves and goggles • Do not freeze • Fire hazard - None University Mailing Services

  23. UMS Hazardous Chemicals • Steriphene II Brand Disinfectant Deodrants • CAS Registry No. Ethanol 64-17-5, Propane 74-98-6, Isobutane 75-28-5 • Label Reads H0; F2; R0; Gloves and Goggles • Health Hazard Data • Eyes: In case of contact, flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes. Remove contact lenses if any. Call a physician • Skin: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. In case of prolonged skin contact, wash with soap and water University Mailing Services

  24. UMS Hazardous Chemicals • Effects of Overexposure • Causes eye and skin irritation • Spill or Leak procedures – Flush into sanitary sewer • Waste Disposal method • Do not incinerate or puncture aerosol container. Dispose of in accordance • Special Protection Information – None required • Precautions, Handling and Sorting • Flammable! Contents under pressure. Do not use near fire, sparks or flame. Do not store where temperatures could exceed 120F University Mailing Services

  25. UMS Hazardous Chemicals • Super Spray Buff • CAS Registry # Odorless Mineral: 64741-65-7 • CAS Registry # Diethylene glycol monoethyl ether: 111-90-0 • Shipping Instructions: Buffing, polishing compounds, liquids, n.o.s. • Label Reads H1; F0; R0; Gloves and Goggles • Health Hazard Data • Eyes: In case of contact, flush eyes with water for at least 15 minutes. Remove contact lenses if any. Call physician • Skin: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists, call physician • Ingestion: If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting, call a physician immediately University Mailing Services

  26. UMS Hazardous Chemicals • Effects of Overexposure • Causes eye and skin irritation. Avoid excessive breathing of vapors/mist • Spill or Leak procedures • Recover free liquid. Add oil adsorbent material to spill area. Advise authorities if product enters sewers or waterways • Waste Disposal method • Assure conformity with applicable disposal regulation. Dispose of absorbed material at an approved waster disposal site or facility • Special Protection Information • Safety Goggles. No gloves required • Precautions, Handling and Sorting • Keep from freezing. Do not store above 130F temperatures University Mailing Services

  27. Hazard Communications Training Thank You!!! You may take the Right to Know test now!!! University Mailing Services