1 Hazard Communication Right to Know. 2 Hazard Communication What is the Federal law that authorizes Hazard Communication? Hazard Communication 29 CFR.

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<ul><li><p>Hazard CommunicationRight to Know</p></li><li><p>Hazard CommunicationWhat is the Federal law that authorizes Hazard Communication?Hazard Communication 29 CFR 1910.1200</p><p>What is the State law that authorizes Hazard Communication?Michigan Right to Know Law (Part 92) General Industry</p></li><li><p>Hazard CommunicationWhat are the five elements of the Hazard Communication program?1)Chemical List2)Labels3)Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)4)Written Program5)Training</p></li><li><p>Hazard CommunicationWhat must be included on the Chemical List?Hazardous Materials</p><p>What three items must be included on each label?1)Identity2)Hazard Warning3)Name and Address of Manufacture or Distributor</p></li><li><p>Hazard CommunicationState the three requirements for the Written Program:1)Written in English2)Could be unique to your establishment3)Must be accessible to all employeesWhere should the MSDS be located?Available at your work area</p></li><li><p>TrainingWhen does training take place? -Upon initial hire-Before exposure-New Chemical (Type)</p></li><li><p>MSDSWhat are the eight (8) components of a MSDS?1)Chemical product and Company ID 2)Composition and Hazard Ingredients3)Physical Charactersitics4)Fire Hazard5)Reactivity6)Health Hazard7)Safe Handling8)Control Measures</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section 1What are the five (5) items that should be listed under Chemical Product and Company ID?1)Name of Chemmical2)Contact Information3)Emergency Contact4)Date Prepared5)Name of Preparer</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section IIWhat two items should be listed under Composition and Hazard Ingredients?1)Hazard Ingredients2)PELHazardous components exceeding _1_% must be identified.Carcinogens exceeding _.1_% must be identified.What is the definition of PEL? Permissible Exposure Limits (8 hrs. a day-40 hrs. a week)</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section IIIWhat type of information would be found under Physical Characteristics?1)Appearance and Odor2)Boiling Point3)Vapor Pressure4)Specific Gravity5)Melting Point</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section IVWhat information would be found under Fire Hazard?1)Extinguishing Media2)Flash Point3)LFL4)UFL5)Special Fire Fighting Methods</p></li><li><p>NFPA LabelWhat are the sections and colors of the NFPA Label?BlueRedYellowWhite</p></li><li><p>Numbering SystemExplain the severity of the numbers:0-Minimal1-Slight2-Moderate3-Serious4-Extreme</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VWhat two items would be found under Reactivity Data?1)Stability2)Conditions to Avoid</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VIWhat are the five (5) items that would be found under the Health Hazards section?1)Routes of Entry2)Health Hazards3)Carcinogen4)Mutagen5)Teratogen</p></li><li><p>Health HazardsDefine acute: Short term exposure; adverse health effects resulting from brief exposure.</p><p>Define chronic: Long lasting or continuous exposure; long-term adverse health effects resulting from either acute or chronic exposure.</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VIWhat are the four routes of entry of hazardous material into the body?1)Ingestion2)Inhalation3)Injection4)Contact/Absorption</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VI Define carcinogen:suspected cancer causing substance</p><p>Define mutagen:changes the chromosomes of the fetus</p><p>Define teratogen:changes the integrity of the fetus (alcohol,smoking,drugs)</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VIWhat items would be found under the Health Hazards section?1)Signs and Symptoms2)Emergency and First Aid Procedures</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VIIWhat three items would be found under the Safe Handling section?1)Spill Procedures2)Waste Disposal3)Storage</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VIIIncase of an emergency, what steps should be taken?1)Self Protection -Eyewash -Shower2)Barricade3)MSDS4)Report (Reporting procedures for your facility) ?-911</p></li><li><p>MSDS: Section VIIIWhat are the three Control Measures?1)Respiratory Protection2)Ventilation3)Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)</p><p>What items are considered PPE? Safety Glasses, Face Shield, Gloves</p></li></ul>

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