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13.6 “Health Hazards”
Business Training Systems (1994) (Kept in Training office)
Basic health hazard concepts are described and illustrated with graphics and demonstrations that enhance the training experience.
13.7 “The MSDS: Information You Can Use”
Business Training Systems (1994) (Kept in Training office)
Describes how MSDSs are obtained and the types of information they provide. Pays particular attention to their use in emergency/hazardous response situations.
13.8 “Physical Hazards”
Business Training Systems (1994) (Kept in Training office)
A variety of physical hazards and terms commonly found on MSDSs are defined using engaging graphics and demonstrations including: flammability, flash point, UEL, LEL, vapor pressure, vapor density, percent volatility, explosives, organic peroxides, oxidizers, and reactivity.
13.9 “Safe Chemical Handling, Part I”
ITI (1984)
Covers various aspects of the hazard communication standard including: • Types of physical and health hazards
• How to determine if a chemical is a hazard
13.10 “Safe Chemical Handling, Part II”
ITI (1984)
Covers, in great depth, all the aspects of the Material Safety Data Sheet. Oriented toward industrial workers rather than lab workers.

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