Hazard Communication Test
_________________ is required to classify chemical hazards, label containers for shipping, and prepare safety data sheets (SDSs).
Chemicals can cause injuries due to:
To safely detect the presence or release of hazardous chemicals:
A chemical can have both physical and health hazards.
Flammable liquids and gases under pressure are examples of:
A health hazard effect that usually happens after a brief exposure is called:
Chemical exposures can be reduced or eliminated through the use of:
Personal protective equipment (PPE):
All employees are expected to clean up a spill or release of an unknown chemical.
All employees are expected to know how to evacuate to a safe place in case of an emergency.
Emergency eye wash and shower equipment:
OSHA does not require the employer to have a written hazard communication program if employees only handle chemicals in sealed containers that are not opened under normal conditions of use (such as cargo handling, warehousing, or retail sales).
A written hazard communication program includes:
Labels for shipped containers do not need to include:
Flame, exploding bomb, and exclamation mark are examples of:
The precautionary statement on a label:
Signs, placards, batch tickets, or printed operating procedures can be used in place of labels on:
An employee would want to check the SDS to:
OSHA requires SDSs to include information on all of the following except:
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