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In the context of the workplace GHS stand for:
Global Health and Safety
Globally Harmonized System
Guidance Health Settings
Geneva Harmony Settlement
The GHS standardizes the way chemical hazards are classified so that workplace chemical hazard communication will be the same all over the world
True
False
The 3 main types of hazards covered by the GHS are:
Safety, Health and Environment
Toxic, Flammable and Physical
Combustible Dusts, Health and Oxidizing
Physical, Health and Environmental
Gaseous, Liquid and Solid
Important information on the hazards, protective measures and safe use of a material can be found on the container label.
True
False
More detailed information on the hazards, protective measures and safe use of a material can be found in the SDS.
True
False
In the GHS, the letters SDS stand for:
Safe Directives and Standards
Safe Disposal and Storage
Secure Disposal and Storage
Safety Data Sheet
Safety Directive Sheet
The two “Signal Words” used in the GHS are:
Caution and Warning
Danger and Caution
Danger and Attention!
Beware and Avoid!
Danger and Warning
The signal word “Warning” means the hazard is “Less Serious”.
True
False
Information on personal protective equipment (PPE) that must be used when handling a material is found on the label under the heading “Hazard Statements” and on the SDS in Section 13.
True
False
Information on the hazards of a material is found on the label under the “Hazards Statements” heading and in Section 2 (Hazard Identification) of the SDS.
True
False
Corrosive Products......
Help a fire to burn by providing it with more oxygen.
Can eat through steel or aluminum and cause spills or severe burns.
Cause wood to decay from prolonged contact.
Usually catch fire without an ignition source.
You found a container of a hazardous product at work, but the label is missing. What should you do?
Ignore it and walk away.
Smell it to see what the product is.
Work with the product anyway.
Go get your supervisor, identify the product together and replace the label.