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By Mckaypress | Last updated: May 28, 2021
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Do you know what is hazardous? Hazardous is when you are exposed to severe or dangerous risks, such as the perilous occupation of hazardous waste disposal. This quiz can help clear things up. You should know what types of materials are exempt from the Hazard Communication Labeling Requirements, the difference between a severe hazard and a moderate hazard, and a physical hazard. Take this quiz and look at how much you understand about hazard communication.
Questions and Answers
McKay will rely upon the information detailed in the Material Safety Data Sheets of materials purchased from the manufacturers and/or vendors for hazard information.
What types of materials are exempt from the Hazard Communication Labeling Requirements?
All of the above
What information is required on container labels?
Chemical Name, date it was manufacturered, and address of the manufacturer.
Identity of the hazardous chemical, name and address of the manufacturer, and hazard warnings.
Identity of the hazardous chemical, date it was manufactured, and hazardous warnings.
What color distinguishes the Health Hazard rating section on the hazard diamond?
If the hazard rating is at a level 2 what does that mean?
It is a severe hazard
It is a moderate hazard
It is a minimal hazard
McKay has certain labeling responsibilities which may include relabeling a container with a worn label.
When hazardous materials are transferred from original containers to secondary containers, each secondary container is labeled, tagged, or clearly marked to identify the container contents, appropriate hazard warnings, and recommended personal protective equipment, using National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) labeling.
Who is McKay's MSDS coordinator?
The department team leaders
All personnel who are exposed to chemical hazards in their jobs will be trained at the time of their initial assignment, and whenever circumstances in the workplace change involving the addition of a new hazard, or a new hazardous chemical.
What is a physical hazard?
A hazard that will be damaging to your health.
A hazard that will threaten your physical safety.
A hazard that will be detrimental to your long term health.
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Key ComponentsThe most important component of the entire Right-To-Know program is the employee training and information program. The Right-To-Know Act of 1988 (29 CFR 1910.1200) requires that this training be given at the time of initial assignment and whenever a new hazard is introduced into the workplace. The following elements are key components of this training:
The nature of hazards posed by chemicals in the workplace
Instruction on work practices, personal protective equipment, and any special procedures to be followed in an emergency
Measures that employees can take to protect themselves from chemical hazards
What material safety data sheets (MSDS) are and how to use them
An explanation of the institution's RTK/ Hazard Communication policy, including information on labeling chemicals
The requirements of the RTK law
What Products are NOT Covered?
What is a Hazardous Chemical?
Any chemical which can do harm to your body
The damage to you body is depandant on your length of exposure. On an MSDS sheet, you will find the PEL or Permissable Exposure Limit. This maximum level that you can be exposed to a given substance
Some chemicals have an acute effect, which means that a person will typically have an immediate reaction to the substance
Other chemicals have a chronic effect that occur are long term or multiple exposure. The overall effect to the body may not manifest it self for week,months or even years.
What Products are NOT Covered?
Chemicals being transported in state as part of a shipment in interstate or intrastate commerce.
Chemicals covered by the Federal Atomic Energy Act and the Federal Resource Conservation and Recovery Act.
Alcoholic beverages and articles intended for personal consumption.
Consumer products that are used in the workplace in the same manner as normal consumer use.
Note: Products used in routine cleaning and painting operations are covered.
An example of a material that is excluded from the Right-to-Know Law is?