Stress OCCURRENCE DISRUPTION and the NEED FOR EXTERNAL ASSISTANCE. 3125 Category 5 is for chemicals which are of relatively low acute toxicity but which under certain circumstances may pose a hazard to vulnerable populations.
Specific target organ toxicity single exposure 38.
What are the 3 classifications of hazards. A flammable liquid is a liquid having a flash point of not more than 60 C 140 F or any material in a liquid phase with a flash point at or above 378 C 100 F that is intentionally heated and offered for transportation or transported at. Eye damage irritation. 122 rows Hazardous to the aquatic environment acute hazard.
Physical hazards for example flammability health hazards for example toxicity and carcinogenicity and environmental hazards for example hazardous to the aquatic environment. Microbiological hazards include bacteria yeasts moulds and viruses. Health Hazards Physical Hazards and Environmental Hazards.
Respiratory skin sensitisation. Health hazards present dangers to human health ie. The Classification of Disasters is in fact a classification of hazards.
GHS organizes the hazard characteristics of chemicals based on hazard classes specific physical health or environmental effects such as flammability acute toxicity aquatic toxicity which are sub-divided into numerical hazard categories based on the. This is one of the many definitions. These arent required by OSHA.
Subcategories are identified with a number and a letter eg 1A and 1B. Biological – bacteria viruses insects plants birds animals and humans etc chemical – depends on the physical chemical and toxic properties of the chemical ergonomic – repetitive movements improper set up of workstation etc. This can include environmental degradation pollution and accidentsTechnological or man-made hazards complex emergenciesconflicts famine displaced populations.
Specific target organ toxicity repeated exposure 39. For those explosives being kept as packaged for carriage and that have been classified there will generally be a direct correlation between the UN hazard division HD assigned them on. Some hazard classes have only one category eg corrosive to metals others may have two categories eg carcinogenicity cancer or three categories eg oxidizing liquids.
3124 Category 1 the highest toxicity category has cut-off values see Table 311 currently used primarily by the transport sector for classification for packing groups. The classification process assigns categories to hazardous chemicals basedon agreed hazard classification criteria. 312 Classification criteria for substances 3121 Substances can be allocated to one of five hazard categories based on acute toxicity by the oral dermal or inhalation route according to the numeric cut-off criteria as shown in the table below.
A common way to classify hazards is by category. Classification of hazards Present and discuss. Breathing or vision while physical hazards cause damage to the body like skin corrosion.
GHS uses three hazard classes. There are four types of hazards that you need to consider. Classification of Natural or physical and Man-made or.
Disaster Definition Present and discuss.