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EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO SULFURIC ACID SPILLS TRAINING

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This PowerPoint presentation discusses the information needed to respond to a sulfuric acid spill. This includes chemistry, exposures signs & symptoms, basic treatment, PPE, regulatory information. Meets OSHA, EPA, & NFPA requirements where applicable. Presentation is over 25 slides in length. Estimated classroom time is 1 hour.

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EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO SULFURIC ACID SPILLS TRAINING

  1. 1. PREVIEW OF EMERGENCY RESPONSE TO SULFURIC ACID SPILLS POWERPOINT TRAINING PRESENTATION
  2. 2. GOALS To understand the safe response to a Sulfuric Acid spill or leak
  3. 3. PROPERITIES Colorless to brown oily liquid with no odor
  4. 4. HEALTH HAZARDS Signs & symptoms of exposure Respiratory Coughing Chest Pain Sneezing Rhinitis Dyspnea Bronchospasm Asphyxia Chemical Pneumonitis Acute Pulmonary Fibrosis Reactive Airway Disease Syndrome (RADS) Acute Pulmonary Edema Upper Airway Obstruction
  5. 5. TREATMENT Advanced Life Support Respiratory If indicated insert advanced airway with positive pressure ventilation Treat for pulmonary edema For bronchospasm five beta agonist Monitor & treat cardiac arrhythmia's Start TKO IV solution
  6. 6. MARKINGS 1830 0 2 4 3 0 2
  7. 7. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT Fire Sulfuric Acid does not burn Structural Fire Fighting Clothing provides only limited protection when fighting fires where Sulfuric Acid may be involved Leak/Spill Splash & Acid hesitant PPE must be used
  8. 8. MONITORING Photo courtesy USCG Use standard acid monitoring protocols
  9. 9. CONFINED SPACES Entry into confined spaces that may contain sulfuric acid is considered by OSHA a permit required confined space entry
  10. 10. To purchase this presentation go to www.bravetraining.com Or tap the above link

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