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Development of performance criteria for protective clothing used against carcinogenic liquids

Arthur D. Little, Inc.

Development of performance criteria for protective clothing used against carcinogenic liquids

by Arthur D. Little, Inc.

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Published by National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health in Cincinnati .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Gerard C. Coletta [et al.].
SeriesNIOSH no.79-106
ContributionsColetta, Gerard C., National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14138989M

A Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) is required under the U.S. OSHA Hazard Communication Standard. Most developed countries have similar regulations and requirements. The MSDS is a detailed informational document prepared by the manufacturer or importer of a hazardous chemical. It describes the physical and chemical properties of the product. Sodium arsenite is an inoganic sodium salt with formula with formula NaAsO2. It has a role as an insecticide, an antibacterial agent, a herbicide, a rodenticide, a carcinogenic agent, an antineoplastic agent and an antifungal agent. It is an arsenic molecular entity and an inorganic sodium salt. Sodium arsenite, aqueous solution appears as an.

  All fibres used in medical applications must be non-toxic, non- allergenic, non-carcinogenic, and be able to be sterilized without imparting any change in the physical or chemical characteristics. Commonly used natural fibres are Cotton and Silk but also included are the regenerated cellulosic fibres (Viscose rayon); these are widely used in. Wear closed-toe shoes and long pants or other clothing that covers the legs when in a laboratory where hazardous chemicals are used. Additional protective clothing should be used when there is significant potential for skin-contact exposure to chemicals. The protective characteristics of this clothing must be matched to the hazard.

(ii) Criteria that the employer will use to determine and implement control measures to reduce employee exposure to hazardous chemicals including engineering controls, the use of personal protective equipment and hygiene practices; particular attention shall be given to the selection of control measures for chemicals that are known to be. Protective clothing. Protective clothing such as a fully fastened laboratory coat and disposable gloves should be worn to prevent contact of carcinogenic chemicals with the skin. Care should be exercised in the proper selection of gloves. Although a glove may be resistant to a pure carcinogen it may be permeable to the carrier solvent.


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