eBook Rapid guide to hazardous chemicals in the workplace download
by N. Irving Sax
Author: N. Irving Sax
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold (1986)
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Sax, N. Irving (Newton Irving); Lewis, Richard . S. Hazardous substances. New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold.
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Alphabetically listed, each entry covers a specific chemical, standards and recommendations fo. More).
This is one of the most useful small books on hazardous chemicals that I have come across. The coverage is wide: for example, cotton dust and silica are included as well as more straightforward chemicals. For each, details are provided in about 2 inches of page space.
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A Guide to the Most Common Workplace Hazards. Chemical hazards are hazardous substances that can cause harm. They can be very dangerous but might not always be immediately identifiable in the workplace. To complete the first step in any workplace risk assessment, you must identify the hazards in your workplace. For example, when considering who may be at risk, you might not immediately think of hairdressers, florists, cleaners, waiters, bartenders, or nail technicians. Examples of substances that pose a chemical hazard include: Cleaning chemicals.
to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories, Final Rule. Schilt, Alfred A. Perchloric Acid and Perchlorates. The G. Frederick Smith Chemical Company, Columbus, OH: 1979.
data and safety profiles for more than 750 chemicals in the millennium workplace.
This handy, compact, easy-to-use pocket guide to the most frequently encountered hazardous materials is now significantly updated and revised, providing safety managers and workers with critical data and safety profiles for more than 750 chemicals in the millennium workplace. Each entry is carefully selected for its dangerous properties, reflecting current scientific findings as well as regulatory standards and safety and control recommendations.