CRSP Element 5

CRSP-Flash Cards-5

Chemical hazards Chemical hazards are mainly caused by the characteristics of chemical substances that may cause explosions, fires, or corrosions; or emit poisonous gases or mini particles. Often, chemical substances react negatively when exposed to, or mixed with, other materials or chemical substances. For instance, asbestos particles are usually dispersed in the atmosphere when moved. …

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CRSP PDF Handouts-P2Safety-5

Conservation of Energy & Biochemistry Carcinogens, Mutagens, Teratogens and Reproductive Toxins LD50 & LC50 Manual Handling Work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSDs) & Ergonomics Occupational Exposures Assessment in the Workplace Indoor Air Quality Assessment & Air Pollution Principles of Radioactivity, Non and Ionizing Radiation Radiation Hazards and Controls Chemical Hazards & Occupational Exposure Limits

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