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  • Is it Ever Safe to Use Plastic Drums/Containers in Hazardous Areas? (.pdf)
    been a proliferation of new and low cost plastic portable containers. Containers ranging in size from 1 litre bottles, to 220 litre drums and 1000 litre IBCs have. provided the supply chains of the hazardous process industries with a diverse range of material. packaging options. While some packaging
  • Ground-Penetrating Radar Detects Hard-To-Find Hazardous Waste
    COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Geophysicists at Ohio State University have found a new application for ground penetrating radar: detecting subsurface liquid hazardous waste. By changing the antenna configuration within a standard ground penetrating radar (GPR) device, they were able to detect deposits
  • Controlling Static Electricity When Handling IBC's in Potentially Hazardous Atmospheres (.pdf)
    and combustible material. NG ETTG 18 v2 26-09-08.cdr. l. e. r. t. i. c. A Controlling Static Hazards when handling IBCs. r. e. t. u in potentially hazardous atmospheres. a. e. F. Introduction. The accumulation of charges is now a potential ignition hazard. as surplus charges are available to discharge to objects
  • Material Handling Solutions (.pdf)
    . All HydraForce products meet requirements limiting the use of hazardous materials as indentifi ed in OSHA Standard 1910.1200(g). Disclaimer: Nothing in this document constitutes an implied warranty of merchantability, or of fi tness for a particular purpose. The information contained in this document
  • Socket-Adapter Systems: A Practical Test Alternative (.pdf)
    ) and Restric- es over traditional clamshell test sockets. duction, but can’t fit anything more into tion of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in miniaturized circuitry applications. In. that space, because the components are directives means that sockets must be particular, the large size of older sockets
    and Judgment in Risk Assessment, Report by the Committee on Risk Assessment of Hazardous Air Pollutants, Board on Environmental Studies and Toxicology, Commission on Life Sciences, and National Research Council, Washington, DC, National Academy Press, 1994. 4. Loomis TA, Essentials of Toxicity
  • Occupational & Safety Health Standards
    occurs in a laboratory. 1910.1450(a)(3)(ii)Laboratory uses of hazardous chemicals which provide no potential for employee exposure. Examples of such conditions might include: 1910.1450(a)(3)(ii)(A)Procedures using chemically-impregnated test media such as Dip-and-Read tests where a reagent strip
  • Medical Device Link .
    EU Directives on Hazardous Materials Could Impact Medical Electronics Production Electronics Outsourcing: Making the Connection Electrical appliances and electronic equipment sold in Europe will have to comply with new EU directives aimed at eliminating hazardous waste. Two directives of great

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