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Do not bend over to lift.thC he scene of the accidenimt t.o make sure it is safe. source of information for any hazardous chemrsitcaanSd ing l Lift smoothly and dont twist while lifting.Job Safety and Health o r oChheecckkttahlelicnjounrdieitsi otonyofo uthre s uvipcetrvisor. ufs ethde i nS DthSewwilol h oeflp athoa pzraerdveonutschemical toh y y byives. Are you all right? Do not so re a bmye tap hhe vimic/tihm ier gf yenou stly aund aspecst a bk loaudck ly, 1.Ifi blidn jourr ecda la 9re1a1aifnd bl efierdminlygaips plseyv ere. Al Get medical atITS THE LAW! If its safe, approach the victhimeask, tpmesotnadsnde oiateer cr tly phae vlrl 9ocei1c1te, oim id tr co ts nahlol ye nt boureexrast sethlf iteinf npg .o Reportunderstand the nature and dangers asr slaobceialitnegdawnidth Doounrt oselvf ewrdito ihout. It f a lstraoinaid ings t, goeo ht heelap.vy for you to carComplyRightAll workers have the right to: Employers must: or n osheieblrcfk feo, plrmor baince tg CreahPte pRh. 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Safety Data Sheet configurationafs sgorceiaatteesdtcinofonrcmerant itoonebmDpS,lo inyecleusd iisn gfe iantfuorremda t elow. The informationo a ionBefore You Lift P ible (even if it takes a litle longer). Move anything youRaise a safe against an employee forrkplace free fromvictims condiistance, you or a bystander must phone 91 4.If aind ur may vary from this example. otn t chhee bmeigcianln cinogm opfo tshiteio Sn and first aid measures.1. Check the objectyou plan to lift. Make sure its weight is stable your em inpjluoryye or ro ril lOneSsHs,A w, oitrh roeupto being h HeAa,l tohr 3. If you do not suspect a back or neck injury: t isag noe tf ipromslys iblovee rt ot hper ocvloet hun otrilgbaleuezdei ntoghsotoldps i to irnEplMaSce p ewristohn pnreels asrurrivee.a such as the physic More technical information thaet d aodcdurmesesnets.Itto ipsi cs2.and evenly distributed, that nothing sharp is sticking out, and that Place the victim on a hard surface in a face-up position. If an unresponsiveContinue applying presre etlaatlieadted in afgoraminsatti.on and training on jobrights under the laww, iintchyinojuury o aisinhg O aSs. viacnd g and neck and the other on the hip, turning theSprains and Strains the responsibility oaf l tahned e cmhpelmoyiecaelrpercoepiveirntige sth aep hpaezaarsrd loautesrcinh ethmical to convey theit laisn li Yghotu ern LoifutgWh toa lck tarhrryo aulogh yne.o Iuf r ryoouu tene, med ahkeinlpg s, guetre i it.ts clear, flat andaenpdo srtaifnegt yacwonorcke-rrne lated ludin go rr wr iiltlnes tim ies fntalce dy on tohwe hn, reoall td he victim to a face-up position by placing one1.jury to the ligaments around a joint. Strains involvetn hfeo rinmfoatrmiona ttioon a noynoatnh eSDr eSm isp nlooyte celse awr hoorwcoilnl flicts with co as straight as pos a s to stop to rest. Be sure you have a clearvictim as a unit.Recerdivse,r iknpclalucdei.n g al F yhazardous substances inFR P Ceompoprtly t ow OithS HalAl a aplp wlicoarbkle-r eOlaStHedAstandards.R P o 4.d u Immediately begin chest compressions: o ohe 2.rariyn tso i nav omluvesc inlee o inr jteurndedo pna.rt to avoid further injury. A e na r the m i io nn o d mal na ame of the chemical,ct be handling mthepa cnhye pmoiclicaly.,Icf oannsyu oltf r e,h f Kien T caren ta tro sip oevt terh. Le loooak fd dor plowance. r lesour knees. Keep your fingerst.wkeep yourhospitalizations, amputations and lossesLo y e b .4 i inpjuDo not use thcirculation. After 10-15 minutes, remove the e around the ice;Hazard Communication 16-Section Safety Data Sheet Stand close to the object, with feet shoulderi-tnd kwh yidoteh auer hp ypaaondrut. Fr ws, niremoit jgly ghut cesrt wip tnteihth ye hredoa.und hazar wesot an OSHA inspection of yourfatalities within 8 hours, and al inpatientliht ne fi 3.Elevate the inthjuer eindj uarreedaaarbeoav.e W trhaep l eavne el loasf ttihce b haendaragt. folowaendu pfarecctuisreelry. .The SDS is provided to protect employees, and should beWhen Picking UpRoeuqrkuplace if you believe there are unsafe orof an eye within 24 hours. th cate the middle of the breastbone by drawing an imaginary bep plcayr eicefu lt no ot to cut ofat lrienste at sweo tnd ten the hhhee nn plandipas aplce terse o. Phe hlvaece trelael ophpe hf tedh. See setl oreaf ocoighnd hntee hn yaand ond jour aun tsrt bmosp oe, l owfPromote on-the-job safety unohealthy conditions. OSHA wil P larnogvuidaeg er eaqnudi rveodc atrbauilnainryg t htoe ya lcl awno urknedresrksptlaancdein aloocuk er hlbandowss a. Using the heels of both hands, fi sw t ice ing persists. If sweling and Section 1Identification Section 9Physical and Chemical Properties of the object (neoehr as be opebpnrjet aocpt cnd trialte losige tihfteto yinn yg poouor buir snotsdt) woy amg yamoch moour kthulsny. Kceleeess a, nep ys yot boouu sy br btaeandcrt tk sino ltg oraifitgv. eh r ftrom your waisname condential. You hOaSvHe Ath oen r iygohut rt bo ehhaavlef. and lean over so your shoulders armre ily pun lisnh se atbraoivge ht six.hRoeuarpspl ayfte icer t hfoer i n1j5u-r2y0.mCoinnutitenuse e tvoe raypplopanyien i ce ocor3ntw ttionouh4e o tuipmearss tsf o4 ar8 tdhhaeoyufairrsss,tLet ye gp y sh your body up slowly and srepresentative contactyoo and hesnh, ke ccheeehs opeisnn tt g long as swel ention. erosu. Bor lur kerigns pug tpaarrttiicciippaattee) ( ion an OS chwer hsn at. Rpeplres ooaxsn te pimhare vteesly 2 isicutrie comncs chmehs bupleest atet nlt ay bo moll tetiwmere teesn puh. Aan 2l sek medical at ill include information about the physical How to Carry Safelyr have yHoAurirnesppreecsteionnt aatnivde . Po rosmt iOl neSnHtlAydcisitpaltaiyon tsh isa tp oosr tneer ainrtthhee w polarce of to return to its normal position completely after each compres Burns ly until pain subsides. oef t encplieedrf a, i uncn SDselsu. T,d ring aehe c shaacpteH, mal properties of the chemical. The followingand always raise or lower objects by bendin. Counut tsh hhe nard aumnd berion. is semcutepy contact nttifiendrs tse,h ase nsn, pdm the mhoen ce naoy bntuame tctb heie bnr afonrramd nad tionmelting poi s twnilsoatidn, fg ias a mce thae sjor cpoat yusoe ouvf ie cnhjuorys. 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Do not break blisters if they form. em abmel oe, cf todhe nae chemme oical ar cos sde npeucmifibed ber ey txache tly asanatd c c eri v Watch where you are going and take small steps. Do not twist your body while holding a heavy object,dy n ,retaliated against for using your rights.af y 2. Ge foumnd oe, tn tradhe nae ler/importer. Section 10Stability and Reactivity away from the botSeep laonyye rO. SHA citations issued to yoursized employers, withoudtcciotantsiounlt aotri on1o biliotu ay tro pe nroot tvidre raineesd icun Ce bPrR oeatr ahs, sre unkip scotempfs 5 aortabnld 6 ae witnh yd our3. Cover wound with clean dry bandage. manufactur This section requires that potentially hazardous chemicalLift Helpersem R morkplac of your medical rkepclaocrdes, ,a tneds tsn throroguragh mOs SinH eAv-esruyp sptoarttee. 5.ntio 1 o move or EMSChhairrda-cDteegrirzeeedBbyu hrnasving whitish or chared appearance. Section 2Hazard(s) Identification reoacndtiitoions bns te ido aveonidtifi, iencd. 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Ke eTpr yy otuordbiavcidke s ltarargigeh lwoaitdhsrineitnof osrecevedra tlo sems aalndlernoonnessk. id soles.the ies zjuarrdy sa nind t ihl 2.ve any skin near or at the site of the burn. ahips sroperictatioe wn darning information as Section 11Toxicological Information t, knes bent and lean in the direction of the movement. Let your legs and body weight do the work.This poster is available free from OSHA. and begin rescue breathing: en a 4 Do onsost iblreemo, eyl ecovaldte w aante inrj ourr emed adrmic aotrio lne gt oa bthoev ebu trhne. level of the victims heart. symbol and precautionary statement from the label of ahis syemctpiotn doms aescsrisobces tiatlloehwd we ping information may be adotentxial aposduvre terso te hhee calthh eemfrfieecsal acsts edn : d Wear safety shoesing gloves to protect your hands and get the chemical.Open the airway by placing one hand on the victims forehead and theIf op not appl ction 3Composition/Informationitnd s ith eW roperly fitContact OSHA. We can help.(hticehtaeimd tr hs nialtnd u-ocshe sths ift method). Maintaining the oe tith yhpe vueliv rway, genutl n aloiiw cortih tghtingC.h eSmeeicka mel Budiccteald a aidr eoarwcaitlhl 9 l1ow1 a-psr esosounr ea sw paotesrs iblande. remove contaminated clothing,ao nd a gredients. ins ifoenrsmgtriatoedni, soien onktin asn t. Thnhd ee le fiokytd ts ae conoxd alnitcacoloso chrtg), sical chaymonpic etormacfs rfetceelrits fatstiercod tsm s, do telhhaoe yret- d bertte pr ogsreip c. lothing that could get in the way.nder the victims chin and gently tilt the victims head backrns ongredient ing ely routes of exposure (inhalation,a eaaend s in lh. E ut a rsti, c 1.Flush af This section includes information on chemical ingredients pnhd iysimcalm, cedhiateme eical af Avoid loatch gnd co mmnoy tn rnaadme se eacnrde t csynlaoimnysm. Ist w, CiAll iSnc nulumde tberh e candh permoipcoal nartionm h reuasrcd avuee br ts shre moehaotwh snu. Ghth woiuvld be dou terered iwao ftn oing ane se, swith the OSHA Safety Poster.seal, or use a mo a iz im t 3. Aepiplngyccaleraenfu ld nreosts tinog s tporea thdecoarenat.amination on victim, yourself or others. of in and long-term expecnosure. a et i hn ha e thed ineit: do tathe a lu d th Try to load and unload at waist height. bout desecpu) be bhoruerleaad cth baueste twehee cn ehaecsh rt to rescisuee b. Mraeake sth. Turhe yis pdnd f y or lifgtehr ttheahe fiderds. Wt reastccuh te bhe vreaitcht, pimes crfohrm test. Ihf ie ht deaod tes nilto-ct chin lleaifrt agly riase in revaekne a rts yoeu fgurlaor (m gnoet a t Section 4First-Aid Measures Section 12Ecological Information ngTwo-Person Lifting gbefore gi GHS HAZARD COMMUNICATION LABELING This section describes the first-aid measures that should beThis section provides information to evalulatss r, aelenad ey iancsvale uat Foe swavsiitrre treat t pract oti rair tse ahae bme ht thee sst reiageme thstu. Dlts iiemesn a tig. Knaewte oeop t-pnhee pe lrsooen larsd aoifn tt, bt to shoe sth pay wame lerhseon tenvs seo mol whohuivlld be ce. Le aaifrt aryindnall aving the second rescue breath. taken if the chemekidcin) aal i. It ins id rncnhaleeluqudeirds ie, id tmngpreeoatsrttmead onet snr mt.ymapkteos cmso/enftacfect tsen onm et c pn a s. T and move smoothly together. Unload at the same time.that makes the chest rise, because it is important to with the eye or s env onmenenmtal it. I nmacsscif ts e che ihendnmlfioing scral imatpf iiilt ioo mn mnd/oor tve ferrroem sstrioal ilThis poster supports HazCom1-800-321-OSHA (6742)TTY 1-877-889-5627www.osha.gov Do not try more than two times to give a rescue breath R b e OeSqHuAir ehmase nutpsd faotre dla btheelint r g(acute and delay prp s s quipmentfrom toxicity testots pnd oteentrifal fhoerr amor a sedd oveun arsbe esqutafncatfeice tc ats (e.g., ozone layerAVOID SLIPS, TRIPS & FALLS abbingcontinue chest compressions. io enws a un pu wso rnheteis ansuce tnd tue hio soofahlaigzanr dwoituhstchhee GmloicbaallslySection 5Fire-Fighting Measures organisms, the p Attention-grto g6. After delivery of two rescue breaths: It also d ocn prho e c deprleotuniondsw patoeter antial).Thois s eretcieetiss orif t be viduheiets iambnle eicfoal armxtatningd hioun ooisw thn ting to dhe fieechnal wre aiquinth id ees ancxpidnlod ensivtse . 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The information babcrko iknejunr yb?o nOer st,h caot nlecuasnsiniogn osv 0a nddis eavbleinng d weaotrhk?p lItacse t riunjeu. rSielisp se,a tcrihp sy eaanrdFITS YOUR RIGHT TO KNOW wil be required to havechevmehnice etal s onr pvmiirliolsn, lenmimizeaenks o tt. 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O statements, the productemergency procedures or the types of equipment that may T If t hipnhtemere aenndetr, td fe ahoenr ty wy shpoilel bse rcial pe pesrporeovcidnautseibd hle fiones norr se. Tehiping t y du message stand out SMany FalAll workers have the right to: y ork- Employers must: a rkplace free fromor n W .i.a. ect our employees. The personal safety and health of each employee are of primary importance. l.roe o . . . . n . . . . . . . . . . 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UNDERSTANDING AN SDS af Seercstoionna 8lPr oEtxepcotisounre Controls/f t le Eirxp ize end xpal. imhf t T o, sLEARN em O LIFT SAFELYKeep one hand free for support or to break a falFace the ladder when climbing up and down.vidaeediy acaln.ng wMake sure it is safe to a Employees e v im cheemrSiaainfeintgymDautsatSbhee pertsov (iSdDeSd)troe aedmilypl Labels must contain the fol el Donal p at ot n i tivils e rl ima ds o as hoes oe p tionAOd urion Falls Even Occur on Solid Ground From: If ypp s are requ qui This section will include any other important information $ 90 Item #Job Safety and Health o 2. the victim: t All e r . e . c . te mp . . lo . o h a . ch th . c . ired t . Telephone .contact: . e l . . d Chy If ecu o a k ru rs trB ehl l e b f e i a r c e go jqu e n u iv r i i d ir g e e isti a t e oe q y hits, every second counts! Remain calm and rf n l ac t e r t . r l r l L haezaanrs bdouy whs chiecmh a ricale. 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There are eightWORKPLACE SAFETY RULESBend your kneesnot your b Stumbling over or hoist materiahls ue tp wop riuth a rngs oof apen. at kesu previous version.Ith eisi ry oreuprr erisgehnt.t aTtoiv perse svhenaltl,hdaevteec tth ea nrdig htrte oatfaocccceuspsa t(eioxnaaml idnisee aansde, c eompyp)l otoy eeexsp aonsdu re Re Use protect a ic n eess o woo ip o k u ph rea s c u veic hamz isctio yckSupplier Identification mandatory OSHA pict hogr m p mde a b d ath rs of a hazardous chemical tolinganu is n Let your legs power your lifting. loose pant cuf e flr Dt t me tr onecly gk iansjupriyn. 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Recheck theoga e a ee on a lbelo reques, masks, gloves, hair nets, etc. Before You Lift on oaid tu sliprpneirnyg s suhrafraplcey w. hen you walk If an acmedical assistance, you or a bystandeEMERGENCY INFORMA bandage firmly over the cloth or gauze to hold it in place with pressure. or h haaznarddlinougs.chemical or improper storagemore severe hazards, while warning iseeS safety glas c e tcy soin ua r sp mef tme esspoo aws enr opt atnoe bll, ovcaklv easis,e les, exits,2.Clean up spils, drips and leaks immediately. accidetnimets, st, nheo my doa thtear hppeonw h.Place the victim on a hard surface i Use this reference information for emergency situations. Safety Supervisor:hr ethsesu prreo, twecratipv ea n elasticHazard Statements Safety Data fribom Supplemental Info o m ca p e ti ll s n e re t f t he oan mpositio ree- m n lw. Theinfo me s bme aonr rvis oudte loperly instructed3. 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