Global Harmonization: The New Face of HazCom

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  • Seminar updated on 3/26/02 to reflect OSHA decisions.
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  • I’ve given this seminar 10 or 12 times, but will have to update it a bit with the following: (Differences between UN and OSHA)

    Red Borders required on pictograms (New color printers needed, no blank red diamonds allowed for pre-printed labels)

    Pyrophoric Gases and Simple Asphyxiates are included (No ranking, but signal words and precautionary statements)

    Train employees by 12/1/13 and new labels/SDS by 6/1/15. No variance on dates for mixtures

    Carcinogenicity includes NTP on top of IRAC

    Unclassified Hazards must be listed in Section 2 (whatever those are)

    NFPA ignored on the 1-5 vs 4-1. GHS rankings on Tank labels, etc. Fun time for firefighters.

    Combustible Dust is listed but OSHA doesn’t answer the question – what is a combustible dust, a Kst of what, etc
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  • Oh no, another set of regulatory abbreviations. Whatever are we going to do ?http://api.ning.com/files/1mJKAKuVLVy2ZAziwX3xaUG0jZwJpOYx0SjVeXpx9xSDbSrw1tI0Tk-hdycFZn9xbPxjQKBLi-pgmkFyx-ajjqBMAgV8ndpz/MJsaywhat.jpg
  • Right to Know was a performance standard, while GHS is a very detail prescriptive standard.
  • Yup this is the full name of it…
  • .. Thank goodness we have an abbreviation for it – like we needed another.
  • Consider fire….
  • ..its been called fire for a really long time.http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/archive/a/ae/20090914131038!Diorama,_cavemen_-_National_Museum_of_Mongolian_History.jpg
  • We’ve all had a personal encounter with fire at some point, likely around the age of 2 to 4.http://www.powereco2.co.uk/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderpictures/webassets/flame.JPG
  • But it is a big world out there…http://api.ning.com/files/WddyMIU9EtkxQVQmoraPcemuW9-TExXzIuqcAZFEW6w_/Open_Your_Eyes_by_vhm_alex.jpg
  • …with over 6000 different ways to say fire.http://www.accelgen.com/images/worldmap.PNG
  • How for anyone that’s seen my Presentation Design seminar, you know Pictures work better than just words when convening a message.
  • But combine pictures with 6000 different ways of saying things, and you can see we might have a problem.
  • But is it really a big deal ? Afterall we’ve been doing it this way for 25 years, why change. Not like you’ve never heard that at your facility, hmm.http://www.austinkleon.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/04/04-21-08_2138.jpg
  • In 2009 in the US alone we made $690 billion in chemicals and $154 billion of that exported - $150 billion was importedhttp://www.allbusiness.com/trade-development/international-trade-exports-imports-by/14343818-1.htmlhttp://www.fpgb.co.uk/_borders/cargo_ship.jpg
  • This is huge deal for companies spread around the world. In the recent past, they had to have a system for almost every country they operated in. Or hire a freight forwarder to make sure all paperwork and labeling was right.http://files.blog-city.com/files/A05/141484/p/f/earth_3d.jpg
  • And no surprise we have a lot of stuff coming in too. What’s wrong with this picture – that’s right no OSHA Right to Know Labeling.
  • Thank goodness the freight forwarder stapled some info the side.
  • It took 17 years from when this was a gleam in the eye of the United Nations to us talking about GHS today.
  • Yeah, it really is called the Purple Book. GHS – Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals – which I tend to shorten to Global Harmonization or GHS.http://tinyurl.com/ye6skk3
  • The purple book is broken down in 4 main parts and lots of appendixes.Part 1 – the guts of the GHS, Parts 2 to 4 – Classification – the assigning of hazards to chemicals. Appendix 3 will likely be one that you also use.
  • The basic intent of GHS is to standardize how we classify the hazards of chemicals and how we show that hazard via Symbols, Labels and Safety Data Sheets.http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3a/LED_traffic_light_on_red.jpg
  • In most countries Red means Stop and Green Means Go, this has worked pretty well for something that basically isn’t written down in most countries.http://sheepsheadbayjournal.files.wordpress.com/2008/11/dscn0159.jpg
  • But because like most things, Traffic Light Design is a performance standard, so you can get variations.http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/60/Traffic_Light_German_Complex_With_Bicycles.JPG
  • Everyone, and I do mean everyone – OSHA is in the front with the incorporation of GHS into Right To Know. EPA seems to primarily focused on Pesticides at the moment, and the Customer Product Safety Commission is still studying it. On the other hand DOT has been keeping up with International Transport Regulations pretty well.
  • Oh and you didn’t think you were getting off easily did you. Almost every person in the US will feel the impact of GHS over the next 2 to 5 years.http://www.elftown.com/stuff/Hand_pointing_at_you..jpg?jpg=y
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  • Physical Hazards, Health Hazards and Environmental Hazardshttp://www.dfas.mil/careers/benefits/healthbenefits/healthben.jpghttp://www.all4naturalhealth.com/image-files/health-basics-and-foundation.jpghttp://www.leaps.ms/nature%20programs,%20environmental%20education,%20Tennessee%20frogs%20and%20toads%20information_files/44ktest.jpghttp://www.rtpi.org.uk/download/545/Yourbusiness-and-the-environment.jpg
  • explosives flammable gases flammable aerosols oxidizing gases gases under pressure flammable liquids flammable solids self-reactive substances and mixtures pyrophoric liquids pyrophoric solids self-heating substances and mixtures substances and mixtures which, in contact with water, emit flammable gases oxidizing liquids oxidizing solids organic peroxideshttp://www.ebennet.be/files/wallpapers/fire_bg.jpg
  • And that’s just the US….
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  • acute toxicity skin corrosion/irritation serious eye damage/eye irritation respiratory or skin sensitization germ cell mutagenicity carcinogenicity reproductive toxicity specific target organ toxicity - single exposure specific target organ toxicity - repeated exposure, and aspiration hazard
  • ANSI Z129.1 CCCR Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations (Canada)FIFRA Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide ActCPSC Consumer Product Safety Commission
  • hazardous to the aquatic environment (acute and chronic) hazardous to the ozone layer
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  • Non-Bulk Combustible will need a label now
  • “Danger” or “Warning”Used to emphasize hazard and discriminate between levels of hazardhttp://lh6.ggpht.com/_0bbgaFJ9F2I/SL3aBjsK7PI/AAAAAAAAGcA/s6kLGw1PBe4/IMG_3123.JPG
  • Flammable Liquids Cat 1 – Extremely flammable liquid and vaporCat 2 – Highly flammable liquid and vaporCat 3 – Flammable liquid and vaporCat 4 – Combustible liquidOral hazardCat 1 – Fatal if swallowedCat 2 – Fatal if swallowedCat 3 – Toxic if swallowedCat 4 – Harmful if swallowedCat 5 – May be harmful is swallowed
  • http://graphics8.nytimes.com/images/2008/04/20/magazine/20build-600.jpg
  • http://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/ghs.html
  • http://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/ghs.html
  • http://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/ghs.html
  • http://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/ghs.html
  • http://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/ghs.html
  • http://www.osha.gov/dsg/hazcom/ghs.html
  • Flammable Liquids Cat 1 – Extremely flammable liquid and vaporCat 2 – Highly flammable liquid and vaporCat 3 – Flammable liquid and vaporCat 4 – Combustible liquidOral hazardCat 1 – Fatal if swallowedCat 2 – Fatal if swallowedCat 3 – Toxic if swallowedCat 4 – Harmful if swallowedCat 5 – May be harmful is swallowed
  • Every hazard statement has a code
  • First Aid, Other Languages, etc
  • Every hazard statement has a code
  • First Aid, Other Languages, etc
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  • But estimation methods will be very conservative, making some mixtures appear to be more hazardous then they really are.Bridging and estimation methods are listed for each Health Hazard in Chp 3
  • But estimation methods will be very conservative, making some mixtures appear to be more hazardous then they really are.Bridging and estimation methods are listed for each Health Hazard in Chp 3
  • But estimation methods will be very conservative, making some mixtures appear to be more hazardous then they really are.Bridging and estimation methods are listed for each Health Hazard in Chp 3
  • Applies to health hazards, 1 to 6 of these options may be available depending on the hazard.
  • http://www.wallpapersonly.net/view/signs-of-danger-and-nuclear-threat-1280x1024.html
  • Speed of Decomposition affects the chronic calc. NOEC = No Observable Effect Concentration. On Chronic – need to make sure to use the same critters.
  • http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_9_SEQmeRfHU/Swa9r0hiVsI/AAAAAAAAADY/uMTujig9nuE/s1600/algae-1.jpghttp://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e2/Rainbow_trout_FWS_1.jpgOn Chronic – need to make sure to use the same critters.
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  • 1.4.10.5.1 Where a DOT pictogram appears on a label, a GHS pictogram for the same hazard should not appear.
  • 1.4.10.5.1 Where a DOT pictogram appears on a label, a GHS pictogram for the same hazard should not appear.
  • GHS talks about containers inside other containers, and what level of labeling is needed.
  • http://www.powerfullatinas.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/03/girl-with-magnifying-glass.jpg
  • And that still may not be it, consider other languages, volume or amount in container, barcodes, etc
  • 1.4.10.5.5.1 GHS gives some guidance on this, but basically is leaving it up to the local governing agencies to decide what is enough for in-house containers and samples.
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  • Identification of the substance or mixture and of the supplierGHS product identifier. Other means of identification. Recommended use of the chemical and restrictions on use. Supplier's details (including name, address, phone number, etc.). Emergency phone number.
  • 2. Hazards identificationGHS classification of the substance/mixture and any national or regional information. GHS label elements, including precautionary statements. (Hazard symbols may be provided as a graphical reproduction of the symbols in black and white or the name of the symbol, e.g., flame, skull and crossbones.) Other hazards which do not result in classification (e.g., dust explosion hazard) or are not covered by the GHS. http://mi9.com/datawallpapers/data/1/16/1216372161/first-aid_1920x1200.jpg
  • Might get to section 3 now around page 5 maybe.http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_Gb4NmAd9gS8/TBWbaqHsJqI/AAAAAAAABDI/VXwTtCUzOJ8/s1600/street_signs.jpg
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  • 3. Composition/information on ingredientsSubstance Chemical identity. Common name, synonyms, etc. CAS number, EC number, etc. Impurities and stabilizing additives which are themselves classified and which contribute to the classification of the substance. Mixture The chemical identity and concentration or concentration ranges of all ingredients which are hazardous within the meaning of the GHS and are present above their cutoff levels. NOTE: For information on ingredients, the competent authority rules for CBI take priority over the rules for product identification.
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  • 4. First aid measures Description of necessary measures, subdivided according to the different routes of exposure, i.e., inhalation, skin and eye contact, and ingestion. Most important symptoms/effects, acute and delayed. Indication of immediate medical attention and special treatment needed, if necessary.
  • 5. Firefighting measuresSuitable (and unsuitable) extinguishing media. Specific hazards arising from the chemical (e.g., nature of any hazardous combustion products). Special protective equipment and precautions for firefighters. http://www.archives.gov/research/ww2/photos/images/ww2-86.jpg
  • Accidental release measuresPersonal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures. Environmental precautions. Methods and materials for containment and cleaning up. http://www.macwallpapers.eu/bulkupload/Wide//Widescreen/Widescreen%20Emergency%20Fire%20Buttons.jpg
  • 7. Handling and storagePrecautions for safe handling. Conditions for safe storage, including any incompatibilities. http://www.gangipizza.com/images/BuffaloWings.jpg
  • 8. Exposure controls/personal protection.Control parameters, e.g., occupational exposure limit values or biological limit values. Appropriate engineering controls. Individual protection measures, such as personal protective equipment. http://img.directindustry.com/images_di/photo-g/butyl-gloves-336397.jpg
  • 9. Physical and chemical propertiesAppearance (physical state, color, etc.). Odor. Odor threshold. pH.melting point/freezing point. initial boiling point and boiling range. flash point. evaporation rate. flammability (solid, gas). upper/lower flammability or explosive limits. vapor pressure. vapor density. relative density. solubility(ies). partition coefficient: n-octanol/water. autoignition temperature. decomposition temperature. http://gtresearchnews.gatech.edu/images/biorefinery62.jpg
  • 10. Stability and reactivityChemical stability. Possibility of hazardous reactions. Conditions to avoid (e.g., static discharge, shock or vibration). Incompatible materials. Hazardous decomposition products. http://www.easychem.com.au/_/rsrc/1256114551562/the-acidic-environment/titration.jpg
  • 11. Toxicological informationConcise but complete and comprehensible description of the various toxicological (health) effects and the available data used to identify those effects, including: information on the likely routes of exposure (inhalation, ingestion, skin and eye contact); Symptoms related to the physical, chemical and toxicological characteristics; Delayed and immediate effects and also chronic effects from short- and long-term exposure; Numerical measures of toxicity (such as acute toxicity estimates). http://ec.europa.eu/dgs/jrc/site_images/hi-res_10110.jpg
  • 12. Ecological informationEcotoxicity (aquatic and terrestrial, where available). Persistence and degradability. Bioaccumulative potential. Mobility in soil. Other adverse effects. http://www.dsd.gov.hk/EN/images/floodpreventionupload/ecological_enhancement_work05.jpg
  • 13. Disposal considerationsDescription of waste residues and information on their safe handling and methods of disposal, including the disposal of any contaminated packaging. http://www.oceanicenviro.com.au/images/sites_7398_IMGP2927.jpeg
  • 14. Transport informationUN Number. UN Proper shipping name. Transport Hazard class(es). Packing group, if applicable. Marine pollutant (Yes/No). Special precautions which a user needs to be aware of or needs to comply with in connection with transport or conveyance either within or outside their premises. http://www.dbschenker.com.br/english/images/servico_terrestre.jpg
  • 15. Regulatory informationSafety, health and environmental regulations specific for the product in question. http://www.gp.org/greenpages-blog/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/CrystalRiverPlant-Timesphoto.jpg
  • 16. Other information including information on preparation and revision of the SDS
  • My son at 1 year. Already thinking about how to get out of the crib. 
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  • In 2 years – Train employees, within 3 years be in compliancehttp://www.ci.yuma.az.us/Images/General/ss-1003945-futureSign.jpg
  • http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_DnY6gU4eclg/S2nQpdClp9I/AAAAAAAAAL0/lJQ2lfAfX1w/s400/can_of_worms_ahead.jpg
  • Combustible Dust, Simple Asphyxiateshttp://www.csb.gov/assets/news/image/CSB2.JPG
  • EU also dropped these in their CLP regulation. Canada likely to follow suit.http://www.thegamerslab.com/blog_img/football-plays.jpg
  • http://tinsleyfire.com/images/nfpa_kd4d.jpg
  • So just when you thought it was safe, more stuff will be cominghttp://msnbcmedia.msn.com/j/MSNBC/Components/Slideshows/_production/twip_090528_/twip_090528_02.ss_full.jpg
  • http://www.visualparadox.com/images/no_linking_allowed/crystalball1600.jpg
  • REACH = Registration, Evaluation, Authorization and Restriction of Chemicals – define risksCLP = Classification, Labeling and Packaging (EU way of implementing GHS) – defines hazardsControl banding – using risks and hazards – define the control – move from Exposure Assessments to Exposure Controlshttp://www.euroesprit.org/content/delta2/EU%20Flag.gif
  • GHS will be implemented via RTK, EPA Regs, DOT Regs and FSHA for Consumer productsSCA – Safe Chemical Act, proposed on 4/15/10 by Sen. Lautenberg – upgrade to TSCA – make TSCA like REACHhttp://1.bp.blogspot.com/_zEiIfzsxjzw/TC-ghZFeSyI/AAAAAAAABlU/JlremYSRzac/s1600/US+Flag.jpg
  • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3a/LED_traffic_light_on_red.jpg
  • http://www.csb.gov/assets/Investigation/original/http___www_csb_gov_completed_investigations_docs_Barton_Case_Study_-_9_18.jpgBarton Solvents Flammable Liquid Explosion and FireLocation: Des Moines, IA October 29, 2007 Accident Type: Chemical Distribution - Fire and Explosion Company Name: Barton Solvents
  • http://mysteriousandmisplaced.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/02/zombies.jpgSo if I have zombies coming to my town….
  • http://atomicgator.files.wordpress.com/2010/07/flamethrower1.jpgAnd I break out my trusty flamethower…
  • http://www.toasterwaffles.com/wallpaper/1920x1200/zombies-may-be-flammable.jpgI don’t want to have to be guessing which ones are flammable…
  • http://mute.rigent.com/pics/zombieSept09_20.jpgSo thank goodness, under GHS, all our zombies will come marked and labeled.
  • The endhttp://api.ning.com/files/1mJKAKuVLVy2ZAziwX3xaUG0jZwJpOYx0SjVeXpx9xSDbSrw1tI0Tk-hdycFZn9xbPxjQKBLi-pgmkFyx-ajjqBMAgV8ndpz/MJsaywhat.jpg
  • Global Harmonization: The New Face of HazCom

    1. 1. GlobalHuh! Harmonization: The New Face of HazCom DonWeatherbee
    2. 2. Globally Harmonized System ofClassification and Labeling of Chemicals
    3. 3. Globally Harmonized System ofClassification and Labeling of Chemicals
    4. 4. “Fire” since it was invented
    5. 5. We all know whatit is, of course
    6. 6. Big World Out There
    7. 7. огоньFire feu आग el incendio moto Bushfires 6000 different ways
    8. 8. Pictures >> Words
    9. 9. Flammable Liquid Labeling
    10. 10. $170 Billion in 2010(Chemicals exported)
    11. 11. So How We 4th Ed Get Here 3rd Ed GHS GHS 2011 2nd Ed GHS 2010 GHS into 2009 RTK 1st Ed 2007 GHSDevelop GHS 2006 RTK to Public 2005 HearingsGHS match 2003 GHS GHS 1993 ANPR EU matches UN
    12. 12. aka “The Purple Book”
    13. 13. 1. Introduction2. Physical Hazards3. Health Hazards4. Environmental HazardsAnnexes1. Allocation of Label Elements2. Classification / Labeling Tables3. Hazard and Precautionary Statements4. SDS Guidance5. Consumer Product Labeling6. Testing Methodology7. Label Arrangement Examples8. Classification Examples9. Aquatic Hazards Guidance10. Metals in Aquatic Guidance
    14. 14. Standardize ClassificationsSafety DataSheets Symbols & Labels
    15. 15. We’veStandardized Before Going Strong since 1920s
    16. 16. Who’sImpacted ?
    17. 17. Oh, yeah - YOU
    18. 18. ClassificationsSafety Data Part 1Sheets Symbols & Labels
    19. 19. Part 2 - Physical HazardsExplosives PyrophoricFlammables (all) Self-ReactiveAerosols Self-HeatingCorrosives Water-ReactiveOxidizers Pressurized Gases
    20. 20. US – Flammability - Liquids OSHA RTK Flammable Flammable CombustibleFlash Point °C Highly ANSI 10 41 Flammable 60.5Combustible93 FlamFlashEPA °C Point Ignitable (D001) 10 41 60.5 93 HighlyFlash Point °C CPSC 10 Flam Combustible 41 60.5 93 FlamFlash Point °C DOT 10 Flammable 41 60.5Combustible93Flash Point °C 10 41 60.5 93
    21. 21. Too Easy to Screw Up
    22. 22. GHS – Flammability - Liquids Extremely Flammable BP < 35 GHS Flammable Combustible Highly Flammable BP > 35Flash Point °C 23 60 93 Part 2, Chap 2.6
    23. 23. GHS – Flammability - Liquids 1 GHS 3 4 2Flash Point °C 23 60 93 Part 2, Chap 2.6
    24. 24. Part 3 - Health HazardsToxicity Carcinogenicity- Acute Mutagenicity- Reproductive Aspiration- Target Organ Sensitization
    25. 25. US – Oral Health HazardsOSHA RTK Highly Toxic Toxic ANSILD50 mg/kg Highly Toxic 50 Toxic 500 Harmful2000 5000LD50 mg/kg EPA Toxic I 50 Toxic II 500 Toxic III 2000 5000LD50 mg/kg CPSC Highly Toxic 50 Toxic 500 2000 5000LD50 mg/kg DOT PG I / PG II 50 PG III 500 2000 5000LD50 mg/kg 50 500 2000 5000
    26. 26. GHS – Oral Health Hazards GHS 1 2 3 4 5LD50 mg/kg 5 50 300 2000 5000 Part 3, Chap 3.1
    27. 27. Part 4 -Environmental Hazards
    28. 28. 4.1 Effects Aquatic
    29. 29. 4.2 Effects Ozone
    30. 30. ClassificationsSafety DataSheets Symbols & Labels
    31. 31. GHSSymbols Bad for World Bad for People Warning
    32. 32. GHS – Flammability - Liquids 1 GHS 3 4 2Flash Point °C 23 60 93
    33. 33. GHS – Oral Health Hazards GHS 1 2 3 4 5LD50 mg/kg 5 50 300 2000 5000
    34. 34. Signal WordsDanger
    35. 35. GHS - Flammability - Liquids 1 GHS 3 4 2Flash Point °C 23 60 93 Danger Warning
    36. 36. GHS – Oral Health Hazards GHS 1 2 3 4 5LD50 mg/kg 5 50 300 2000 5000 Danger Warning
    37. 37. GHS - Flammability - Liquids Extremely Flammable Flammable Liquid or VaporLiquid or Vapor 1 GHS 3 4 2 Flash Point °C 23 60 93 Highly Flammable Combustible Liquid or Vapor Liquid or Vapor
    38. 38. GHS – Oral Health Hazards Fatal if Harmful if swallowed swallowed GHS 1 2 3 4 5LD50 mg/kg 5 50 300 2000 5000 Toxic if May be swallowed harmful if swallowed
    39. 39. Let’s A Label1.4.10.5.2
    40. 40. (d) XyleneProduct ID
    41. 41. (d) Xylene (c)Symbols
    42. 42. (d) Xylene (c) (a) WarningSignalWords
    43. 43. (d) Xylene (c) (a) Warning Flammable Liquid or Vapor (b) H226 HazardStatements
    44. 44. Xylene Warning Flammable Liquid or Vapor H226Annex 3,Section 2
    45. 45. (d) Xylene (c) (a) Warning Flammable Liquid or Vapor (b) XYZ Inc 123 ABC St, Here, NJ 07105 (e)Supplier 973-555-5555
    46. 46. Prevention Response StorageAnnex 3, DisposalSection 2
    47. 47. P210 – Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. – No SmokingP240 – Ground/Bondcontainer andreceiving equipment
    48. 48. Xylene Xylene, Ethyl Benzene , Toluene Warning Flammable Liquid or Vapor Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. – No Smoking Ground/Bond container and receiving equipment1.4.10.5.2 XYZ Inc, 123 ABC St, Here, NJ 07105 973-555-5555 (d) ii
    49. 49. Xylene Warning Flammable Liquid or VaporLiability Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. – No Smoking Ground/Bond container and receiving equipmentFirst Aid Store locked up, Dispose of contents / containers in accordance with local regulations IF ON SKIN: Rinse with water/shower IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with waterDuty to IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a Poison Center or doctor / physician. Do not induce vomiting. See SDS for more information Warn XYZ Inc, 123 ABC St, Here, NJ 07105 973-555-5555
    50. 50. CommercialGrade Xylene Component % Xylene 80 Ethyl Benzene 19 Toluene 1
    51. 51. Xylene Xylene, Ethyl Benzene , Toluene Warning Flammable Liquid or Vapor P210 – Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hot surfaces. – No Smoking P240 – Ground/Bond container and receiving equipment Store locked up, Dispose of contents / containers in accordance with local regulations IF ON SKIN: Rinse with water/shower IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water IF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a Poison Center or doctor / physician. Do not induce vomiting.1.4.10.5.2 See SDS for more information XYZ Inc, 123 ABC St, Here, NJ 07105 973-555-5555 (d) ii
    52. 52. Xylene Xylene (1330-20-7), Ethyl Benzene (100-41-4), Toluene (108-88-3) Warning Flammable Liquid or VaporP210 – Keep away from heat/sparks/open flames/hotsurfaces. – No SmokingP240 – Ground/Bond container and receivingequipmentStore locked up, Dispose of contents / containers inaccordance with local regulationsIF ON SKIN: Rinse with water/showerIF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with waterIF SWALLOWED: Immediately call a Poison Center ordoctor / physician. Do not induce vomiting. See SDS for more information XYZ Inc, 123 ABC St, Here, NJ 07105 973-555-5555
    53. 53. ClassificationsSafety Data Part 2Sheets Symbols & Labels
    54. 54. MixtureProperties
    55. 55. MixtureProperties
    56. 56. MixtureProperties
    57. 57. Interpolation Concentration Batchingwithin one Toxic of Highly ToxicCategory Mixtures Aerosol Substantially Form Similar MixturesDilution Bridging
    58. 58. Hazard Xylene Ethyl Toluene BenzeneFlammable Liquid 3 2 2
    59. 59. Acute Toxicity - Oral GHS 1 2 3 4 5LD50 mg/kg 5 50 300 2000 5000 Xylene 2840 Ethyl Benzene 3500 Toluene 4800
    60. 60. Too ManyNumbersIncoming
    61. 61. Hazard Xylene Ethyl Benzene TolueneAcute Toxicity (Oral) 5 5 5Acute Toxicity(Inhalation – Vapors) 4 4 4Acute Toxicity (Dermal) 4 4 4Skin corrosion / Irritation 2 3 2Serious Eye Damage /Irritation 2A 2B 2AAspiration 2 1 1
    62. 62. Hazard Xylene Ethyl Benzene TolueneSpecific Target Organ Toxicity Single Exposure 1 2 1 (Central Nervous System) Single Exposure (Respiratory Irritation) 3 3 3 Repeated Exposure (Central Nervous System) 1 2 1Carcinogenicity 2Toxicity for Reproduction 2
    63. 63. Hazard Xylene Ethyl Toluene BenzeneAcute Aquatic Toxicity 2 1 3Chronic Aquatic Toxicity * 2 3 3 Algae (NOEC mg/l) 0.44 3.3 10
    64. 64. Chronic Aquatic ToxicityNeed the same critters
    65. 65. Hazard CategoryFlammable Liquid 3Acute Toxicity (Oral) 5Acute Toxicity (Inhalation – Vapors) 4Acute Toxicity (Dermal) 4Skin corrosion / irritation 2Serious Eye Damage / Eye Irritation 2Specific Target Organ Toxicity - Single 1Exposure (Central Nervous System)Single Exposure (Respiratory Irritation) 3Repeated Exposure (Central Nervous System) 1Carcinogenicity 2Toxicity for Reproduction 2Aspiration 1Acute Aquatic Toxicity 2Chronic Aquatic Toxicity 3
    66. 66. Xylene FlammableLiquid or Vapor
    67. 67. Xylene Causes damage toSuspected of causing cancer central nervous system, respiratory systemSuspected of damaging through repeatedfertility or the unborn child exposures May be fatal ifCauses damage to swallowed and enterscentral nervous system airways
    68. 68. Xylene Cause serious eye Harmful if Inhaled irritation Causes skin irritationMay be harmful if swallowed Toxic to Aquatic LifeMay cause drowsiness Harmful to aquatic lifeor dizziness with long lasting effects
    69. 69. WarningDanger WarningWarning
    70. 70. Danger1.4.10.5.3.2
    71. 71. Seemslike a lotof “stuff” 13 HazardStatements just for Xylene
    72. 72. On 55 Gallon Drum… … no problem
    73. 73. DOT vs. GHS 1.4.10.5.1
    74. 74. Just to read the label
    75. 75. Workplace Labeling 1.4.10.5.5.1
    76. 76. ClassificationsSafety DataSheets Symbols & Labels
    77. 77. SDS required when> 0.1 % >1.0 %Cat 1 Mutagens Cat 2 Mutagens,Carcinogens All Other HazardsReproductive ToxinsSensitizers
    78. 78. 1. ID of Chemical and Supplier 2. Hazards identification 3. Composition/information on ingredients 4. First aid measures 5. Firefighting measures Very 6. Accidental release measures 7. Handling and storagesimilar 8. Exposure controls/personal protection 9. Physical and chemical propertiesto ANSI 10. Stability and reactivity 11. Toxicological information 12. Ecological information 13. Disposal considerations 14. Transport information Table 15. Regulatory information 16. Other information - preparation or revisions 1.5.2
    79. 79. 1. ID of Chemical and Supplier 2. Hazards identification 3. Composition/information on ingredients 4. First aid measures 5. Firefighting measures Very 6. Accidental release measures 7. Handling and storagesimilar 8. Exposure controls/personal protection 9. Physical and chemical propertiesto ANSI 10. Stability and reactivity 11. Toxicological information 12. Ecological information 13. Disposal considerations 14. Transport information Table 15. Regulatory information 16. Other information - preparation or revisions 1.5.2
    80. 80. 1. Substance ID & Supplier
    81. 81. 2. Hazard ID DangerPlus all of the hazard andprecautionary statements
    82. 82. Plus allof…. ?? Who decides which ones ?
    83. 83. Probablythese guys!
    84. 84. 3. Composition80% Xylene (1330-20-7)19% Ethyl Benzene (100-41-4)1% Toluene (108-88-3)
    85. 85. TradeSecrets Chemical ID and % composition Must prove it
    86. 86. 4. First AidRoutes of entryAcute / Chronic symptoms
    87. 87. 5. Firefighting LEL, etc. not here Decomposition Products
    88. 88. 6. Accidental Release Measures
    89. 89. 7. Handling & Storage
    90. 90. 8. Controls & PPE TLVs, PELs
    91. 91. 9. Physicaland Chemical Properties
    92. 92. 10. Stability& Reactivity
    93. 93. 11. Toxicological
    94. 94. 12. Ecological Bioaccumulate Mobility, Persistence
    95. 95. 13. Disposal
    96. 96. 14. TransportUN NumberProper Shipping Name
    97. 97. 15. Regulatory SARA Title III State Regs
    98. 98. 16.OtherStuff
    99. 99. OK, I’m ready todeal with GHS,let me at it!
    100. 100. Effects on UsersEmployeeTraining SDSs LabelsModify Plan
    101. 101. Unlabeled ?Stop it atthe dock
    102. 102. Effects onTransporters Employee Training
    103. 103. Not muchfor them to do… so boring
    104. 104. Effects onProducers Employee Training Hazard Classification SDS & Labeling
    105. 105. No NEWTestingNeeded
    106. 106. Effects onConsumersNew LabelsNew Symbols
    107. 107. Will consumers run away ?
    108. 108. It’s here….issued 3/26/12
    109. 109. Train Employees by 12/1/13SDS / Labels by 6/1/15
    110. 110. Mixtures noextensions
    111. 111. OSHA Added Simple AsphyxiatesPyrophoric Gases No rankings, but signal words and precautionary statements
    112. 112. OSHA Added Unclassified HazardsCombustible Dust Classifications ??
    113. 113. OSHA Picked orSigh, a color printer needed
    114. 114. Oh and… …no blank red diamonds
    115. 115. 0 to 45 to 1
    116. 116. Environmental StuffNote to Self – OSHAWon’t do
    117. 117. Workingtogether ?
    118. 118. Just when you thought it wassafe…. more stuff will be coming…
    119. 119. 5 – 10years
    120. 120. CLP REACH Control BandingFrom Exposure Assessments to Exposure Controls
    121. 121. GHS SCA Control Banding
    122. 122. Standardize ClassificationsSafety DataSheets Symbols & Labels
    123. 123. Flammable Liquids
    124. 124. Nap Globaltime Harmonization: The New Face of HazCom DonWeatherbee

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