Chemical safety and identification of chemical hazardous areas
The attached file contains basic chemical safety training and provides you with sufficient information on how to identify chemical hazardous areas. Therefore individuals who will transfer chemical hazards to the facility or engage in hazardous chemical work must also complete their expanded chemical safety training
The term “chemical hazard” includes both chemical substances and mixtures that are hazardous when they are as a chemical product or in any other state. Other conditions may be exhaust fumes or other air pollutants, or any hazard in or to a material, plant or technical device. Substances that are not classified as dangerous according to international law do not require special explanations and instructions except in certain circumstances. For example, aluminum is a non-hazardous material by nature, but when acid leaks on aluminum foil, hydrogen gas is generated, which poses a risk of fire and fire.