Dangerous goods guide to initial emergency response, 1986
Minister of Supply and Services Canada, 1986 - Technology & Engineering - 132 pages
24 pages matching vessels may explode in this book
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Report of the Governor's Commission on the Storage and Use of Hazardous and ...
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Chart of Placards and Labels Used in Canada Inside Front Cover
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25 Waste Type acetate Aid Remove Aluminum Ammonium and/or corrosive gases anhydrous arsenite artificial respiration attending medical staff aware of identity basements or confined Boron trifluoride bromide Calcium Calcium hypochlorite Carbon chloride Chloropicrin consider initial evacuation Cool containing vessels cyclohexane Dichlorodifluoromethane difficult Remove contaminated ELIMINATE all ignition Ensure that attending entry into waterways ether Ethylene oxide Explosion eyes with running flammable flooding quantities FURTHER ASSISTANCE CALL Hydrogen hydroperoxide identity of produces inhibited isocyanate Keep unnecessary Keep upwind ketone liquefied lsolate hazard area Magnesium mercaptan Mercuric Methyl mixtures Obtain immediate medical Organic peroxides oxide oxygen if breathing peroxide 23 pesticides Phenyl Phosphorus poisonous and/or corrosive Potassium protective clothing pyrophoric refrigerated liquid Remove contaminated clothing Remove to fresh respiration if victim Runoff may pollute SCBA Sodium solid 26 solution 26 Spill or Leak staff are aware tert-Butyl toxic venting safety devices vessels may explode water spray Wear SCBA Zinc zinc chloride Zirconium