- What is Chemical Asphyxiation?
- What is an example of an asphyxiant hazard?
- What type of hazard is a chemical that displaces oxygen in the ambient atmosphere?
- What type of hazard is pyrophoric?
- Which pictogram represents an acutely toxic chemical?
- What is a hazard code?
- What is sequence signal example?
- What are signal words for compare and contrast?
What is Chemical Asphyxiation?
An agent that prevents the delivery of oxygen from the bloodstream to cells, or that disables the biochemistry of cellular respiration even in the presence of adequate oxygen levels in the blood. Chemical asphyxiants include agents such as carbon monoxide and cyanide.
What is an example of an asphyxiant hazard?
Potential Hazards An asphyxiant is a gas or vapor that can cause unconsciousness or death by suffocation (asphyxiation). Asphyxiants with no other health effects may be referred to as simple asphyxiants. Examples of simple asphyxiants include nitrogen, argon, helium, methane, propane, and carbon dioxide.
What type of hazard is a chemical that displaces oxygen in the ambient atmosphere?
What type of hazard is pyrophoric?
Definition and Hazards Pyrophoric materials are substances that ignite instantly upon exposure to oxygen. They can also be water-reactive, where heat and hydrogen (a flammable gas) are produced.
Which pictogram represents an acutely toxic chemical?
The exclamation mark pictogram is used for the following classes and categories: Acute toxicity – Oral, Dermal, Inhalation (Category 4) Skin corrosion/irritation – Skin irritation (Category 2) Serious eye damage/eye irritation – Eye irritation (Category 2 and 2A)
What is a hazard code?
Hazard statements are assigned a unique numerical code which can be used as a handy reference when translating labels and Safety Data Sheets written in other languages. The codes are not a substitute for writing out the entire text of the statement.
What is sequence signal example?
‘ ‘First’ and ‘today’ are great examples of sequence words found at the beginning of a story. These words are signals that tell you a story is starting. ‘Then’, ‘later’, ‘after’ and ‘suddenly’ are sequence words that might be found in the middle of a story.
What are signal words for compare and contrast?
Comparison and Contrast Words These are words that are used to point out similarities and differences between two items. Comparison words include words like likewise, equally, just as and many more. For Example: Political will is important in fighting corruption, equally adherence to the rule of law promotes integrity.