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2013 academy chemical managemenet - march 13 handouts

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2013 academy chemical managemenet - march 13 handouts

  1. 1. Slide 1 ® ___________________________________ Chemical Management Update ___________________________________ Hazard Communication and Chemical Hygiene Academy for Lab Safety Excellence ___________________________________ Webinar on 3/13/2013 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 2 ___________________________________ Objectives • Identify the eight pictograms required by ___________________________________ OSHA and the GHS • Describe the proper storage of chemicals ___________________________________ • Discuss the new SDS sections and their use ___________________________________ 2 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 3 ___________________________________ Polling Question • Have you completed your OSHA Mandatory ___________________________________ Training on the new GHS chemical labeling? ___________________________________ 1. Yes 2. No ___________________________________ 3 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  2. 2. Slide 4 ___________________________________ Chemical Management • Regulations by: ___________________________________ – OSHA ___________________________________ – CAP – EPA/DEQ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 5 ___________________________________ OSHA • 29 CFR 1910.1200 – Haz-Com-1987 ___________________________________ • Revised in 2012 to include the globally harmonizing system (GHS) – worldwide uniform classification of chemicals ___________________________________ • 29 CFR 1910.1450 – Chemical Hygiene Standard - 1990 • Supersedes Hazard Communication of 1987 – for laboratories only ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 6 ___________________________________ CAP • Written Chemical Hygiene Plan – Updated Annually ___________________________________ – SOPs • Environmental Monitoring • Employee Education ___________________________________ • Engineering Controls • Work Practice Controls • PPE ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  3. 3. Slide 7 ___________________________________ CAP • Chemical Inventory – Carcinogen List ___________________________________ • Safety Data Sheets (SDS) – for each hazardous chemical • Proper labeling of chemicals ___________________________________ – Transfer Containers • Medical Exam for Overexposure • Documentation ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 8 ___________________________________ Engineering Controls • Removes the hazard from the ___________________________________ workplace – Example: Hoods with proper ventilation ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 9 ___________________________________ Work Practice Controls • Provides a procedure to protect the employee from the hazard ___________________________________ – Example: When pouring chemicals, work under a hood and use goggles, a cover gown and ___________________________________ gloves ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  4. 4. Slide 10 ___________________________________ Chemical Storage • Do NOT store alphabetically by ___________________________________ name • Incompatibility Chart ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 11 ___________________________________ Chemical Storage Chemicals should be stored as follows: 1. Inorganic acids 2. Organic acids ___________________________________ 3. Oxidizing acids 4. Inorganic bases 5. Flammable and combustible liquids 6. Gases ___________________________________ 7. Organic peroxides 8. Oxidizers 9. Reactives (eg: water or exploding materials) 10.Toxic and environmentally hazardous chemicals ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 12 ___________________________________ Chemical Storage ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  5. 5. Slide 13 ___________________________________ Chemical Inventory • Performed Annually – Electronic Form ___________________________________ • Exempt Chemicals – In kit form – Less than 1% of a hazardous chemical ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 14 ___________________________________ Chemical Waste • Pouring chemicals down the drain or evaporating in a fume hood is not always ___________________________________ a good idea (even when the provider recommends this action). – Always check local regulations and sewage treatment plant for capacity before disposing of anything down the drain. – If your waste water is not treated, check with ___________________________________ EPA. • Removal by outside firm • Neutralizing ___________________________________ • Recycling ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 15 ___________________________________ Polling Question • Do you keep paper copies of MSDS or do ___________________________________ you use an electronic maintenance system? 1. Paper ___________________________________ 2. Electronic 3. Neither ___________________________________ 15 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  6. 6. Slide 16 ___________________________________ Safety Data Sheets (SDS) Section 1. Identification Section 2. Section 3. Section 4. Hazard(s) identification Composition/information on ingredients First-Aid measures ___________________________________ Section 5. Fire-fighting measures Section 6. Accidental release measures Section 7. Handling and storage Section 8. Section 9. Section 10. Exposure controls/personal protection Physical and chemical properties Stability and reactivity ___________________________________ Section 11. Toxicological information Section 12. Ecological information Section 13. Disposal considerations Section 14. Transport information Section 15. Section 16. Regulatory information Other information, including date of ___________________________________ preparation or last revision ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 17 ___________________________________ SDS • Update Annually ___________________________________ – Store old ones for 30 years in employee or student medical record if injury or accident – May need catalog number of ___________________________________ chemical to obtain – online – in binders ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 18 ___________________________________ Health Hazard Pictogram • The pictogram is ___________________________________ the upper torso with a starburst center • Identifies a health hazard such as ___________________________________ carcinogens, mutagens, reproductive toxicity and target ___________________________________ organ toxicity ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  7. 7. Slide 19 ___________________________________ Fire Pictogram • The pictogram is a flame and identifies ___________________________________ chemicals that can ignite • Includes flammables, pyrophorics, ___________________________________ flammable gases, self- heating, self-reactives and organic peroxides ___________________________________ 19 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 20 ___________________________________ Irritant Pictogram • The pictogram is ___________________________________ an exclamation mark and identifies irritants • Includes skin ___________________________________ sensitizers, narcotic effects and respiratory tract irritants ___________________________________ 20 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 21 ___________________________________ Gas Pictogram • The pictogram ___________________________________ is a gas cylinder • Represents ___________________________________ gases under pressure ___________________________________ 21 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  8. 8. Slide 22 ___________________________________ Corrosive Pictogram • The pictogram is ___________________________________ two test tubes pouring chemicals onto an object and skin ___________________________________ • Represents corrosive chemicals ___________________________________ 22 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 23 ___________________________________ Explosives Pictogram • The pictogram is ___________________________________ an exploding bomb • Represents explosives of all ___________________________________ kinds such as self- reactives and organic peroxides ___________________________________ 23 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 24 ___________________________________ Oxidizer Pictogram • The pictogram is a ___________________________________ flame over a circle • Represents oxidizers ___________________________________ ___________________________________ 24 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  9. 9. Slide 25 ___________________________________ Acute Toxicity Pictogram • The pictogram is a ___________________________________ skull and crossbones • Represents acute ___________________________________ toxicity that is fatal or toxic ___________________________________ 25 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 26 ___________________________________ Environmental Hazard Pictogram • Pictogram is for ___________________________________ environmental hazards and is not covered by OSHA but may be ___________________________________ covered by other agencies in the future ___________________________________ 26 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 27 ___________________________________ Chemical Labeling • National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) • Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS) ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  10. 10. Slide 28 ___________________________________ Chemical Labeling NFPA HMIS ___________________________________ • 4 Extreme • 4 Severe • 3 High • 3 Serious • 2 Moderate • 2 Moderate ___________________________________ • 1 Slight • 1 Slight • 0 Insignificant • 0 Minimal ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 29 Flammable and ___________________________________ Combustible Liquids • Limit Quantities ___________________________________ – Up to 1 Gal./100 Sq. Ft. of Lab Space • No Ignition Sources in the Area • Large quantities in storage cabinets ___________________________________ – Self closing doors – Ventilated vs. Non-ventilated – Comply with NFPA 91 ___________________________________ – Check with local Fire Marshall ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 30 ___________________________________ Carcinogens • Formaldehyde – used in preservation of animals and tissue ___________________________________ – Class A fume hood – Face velocity of 125 fpm – Exhausted through charcoal filters ___________________________________ • OSHA-required annual training • Exposure monitoring ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  11. 11. Slide 31 ___________________________________ Environmental Sampling ___________________________________ • Initial sampling • Repeat when change in – Method ___________________________________ – Location – Air handling ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 32 ___________________________________ Polling Question • Do you have usable respirators with up to ___________________________________ date cartridges for chemical spill clean up, and are staff fit-tested and trained to use them? 1. Yes ___________________________________ 2. No 3. Not Sure ___________________________________ 32 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 33 ___________________________________ Chemical Spills • Liquids – Contain the spill ___________________________________ – Use neutralizing agent or absorbent – Mop up and flush with lots of water • Solids ___________________________________ – Sweep and place into solid- waste container – Use vacuum cleaner with HEPA ___________________________________ filter ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  12. 12. Slide 34 ___________________________________ Chemical Spills ___________________________________ • Spill Team • Housekeeping • Technical Staff ___________________________________ – Use spill kit • Located near chemical storage cabinets – Wear appropriate PPE ___________________________________ • Gown, gloves, goggles ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 35 ___________________________________ Administrative Requirements • Chemical Hygiene Officer ___________________________________ – Administrative duties • CHO must be in someone’s job description – Task Assessment ___________________________________ • Safety Committee – Safety Audit – Discuss Safety Issues ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 36 ___________________________________ Emergency Eyewash • Eyewash Station – Must be single hand use or foot ___________________________________ operated – Provides 15 minute flush of tepid water • American National Standards Institute – ___________________________________ ANSI Z358.1 2009 requirement since 2004 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  13. 13. Slide 37 ___________________________________ Emergency Eyewash – Check weekly • Run for 1 to 3 minutes ___________________________________ • Disinfect eyepiece covers with 10% bleach ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 38 ___________________________________ Emergency Shower • Safety Showers ___________________________________ – Check weekly (ANSI guideline) ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 39 ___________________________________ Spill Cleanup • Liquids – Confine or contain the spill – Small quantities of inorganic acids or bases - ___________________________________ use neutralizing agent – Small quantities of other materials – absorb with towels or spill pillows – Large quantities of inorganic acids or basis – ___________________________________ flush with large amounts of water – Mop up spill – Vacuum the area – If spill is volatile – let it evaporate ___________________________________ 39 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  14. 14. Slide 40 ___________________________________ Spill Cleanup • Solids – Sweep into dust pan and place in solid waste container ___________________________________ – Use vacuum with HEPA filter ___________________________________ ___________________________________ 40 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 41 ___________________________________ Who Cleans Up The Spill? • You ___________________________________ • Housekeeping • Haz-Mat Team ___________________________________ ___________________________________ 41 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 42 ___________________________________ Spill Clean-Up • S = Secure the area ___________________________________ • P = Protect yourself (use PPE) • I = Inspect the spill • L = Lay down a barrier ___________________________________ • L = Lay down absorbent • E = Extract the mess • D = Dispose of waste properly ___________________________________ 42 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________
  15. 15. Slide 43 ___________________________________ Waste Disposal • Drain ___________________________________ – Contact Local Sewer District • Landfill • Incineration ___________________________________ ___________________________________ 43 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 44 ___________________________________ Chemical Effectiveness • Reviewed annually ___________________________________ – Document the review – Substitutes for hazardous chemicals – Lab Pak for unused or outdated chemicals ___________________________________ ___________________________________ 44 ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________Slide 45 ___________________________________ Now it is your turn to ___________________________________ Ask the Expert For more information go to: ___________________________________ www.safetylady.com ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________ ___________________________________

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