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What is WHMIS? Workplace Hazardous Material Information System Row 1, Col 1

What is WHMIS? Workplace Hazardous Material Information System Row 1, Col 1

What are hazardous materials? Materials that can hurt you on the job. 1, 2

What are hazardous materials? Materials that can hurt you on the job. 1, 2

What are the 3 main elements of WHMIS? Labels, material safety data sheets and

What are the 3 main elements of WHMIS? Labels, material safety data sheets and worker training. 1, 3

What is the symbol for compressed gas? 1, 4

What is the symbol for compressed gas? 1, 4

What is the symbol for bio-hazardous infectious materials? 2, 1

What is the symbol for bio-hazardous infectious materials? 2, 1

What is the symbol for corrosive materials? 2, 2

What is the symbol for corrosive materials? 2, 2

What are 3 pieces of information on a supplier label? 1. Hazard symbols 2.

What are 3 pieces of information on a supplier label? 1. Hazard symbols 2. Statement “Refer to the MSDS” 3. Supplier name. 2, 3

What is a supplier label? 2, 4

What is a supplier label? 2, 4

What does MSDS stand for? Material Safety Data Sheet. 3, 1

What does MSDS stand for? Material Safety Data Sheet. 3, 1

What section on MSDS gives information on health effects? Toxicological health hazard properties. 3,

What section on MSDS gives information on health effects? Toxicological health hazard properties. 3, 2

How long are MSDS valid for? 3 years. 3, 3

How long are MSDS valid for? 3 years. 3, 3

Section on MSDS that tells what the material contain? Hazardous Components. 3, 4

Section on MSDS that tells what the material contain? Hazardous Components. 3, 4

What is the minimum amount of information required on an MSDS? 9 sections. 4,

What is the minimum amount of information required on an MSDS? 9 sections. 4, 1

Control at the worker? Personal Protective Equipment. 4, 2

Control at the worker? Personal Protective Equipment. 4, 2

What is control at the source? Completely eliminating a hazard. 4, 3

What is control at the source? Completely eliminating a hazard. 4, 3

What is a barrier between a hazard and a worker? Control along the path.

What is a barrier between a hazard and a worker? Control along the path. 4, 4

What are 3 main categories of hazardous materials? Biological, chemical and physical. 5, 1

What are 3 main categories of hazardous materials? Biological, chemical and physical. 5, 1

Routes of entry in the body? Injection Inhalation Absorption Ingestion. 5, 2

Routes of entry in the body? Injection Inhalation Absorption Ingestion. 5, 2

Which organ filters harmful toxins from the blood ? Kidney. 5, 4

Which organ filters harmful toxins from the blood ? Kidney. 5, 4

What is the consumer symbol for poisonous materials? 5, 3

What is the consumer symbol for poisonous materials? 5, 3

What is the Consumer symbol for Pressurized Container (explosion hazard)? 5, 4

What is the Consumer symbol for Pressurized Container (explosion hazard)? 5, 4

What are the requirements for quick skin-bonding adhesives? Stored in a child-resistant container or

What are the requirements for quick skin-bonding adhesives? Stored in a child-resistant container or enclosed in a child-resistant outer package and do not have a symbol 5, 1

What is a laboratory sample? a sample of a controlled product that is intended

What is a laboratory sample? a sample of a controlled product that is intended solely for testing in the laboratory for the purpose of routine analysis and research and development. 5, 2

When can a laboratory label be used instead of a supplier label? • the

When can a laboratory label be used instead of a supplier label? • the sample originates from a laboratory supply house • the sample is intended for use in the laboratory • the sample is less than 10 kg. 5, 4