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Benter's HazMat

Hazardous Materials

TermDefinition
biohazard can cause infections or disease of living organisms ex: micro organisms such as bacteria & viruses
corrosive liquids that chemically wear away at solid materials ex: bleach
explosive materials that cause sudden release of pressure, gas, or heat when exposed to a change in pressure or temperature ex: TNT
flammable liquids that can catch on fire when exposed to a spark, flame, or heat source ex: gasoline, paints
flammable solid materials that ignite in the presence of oxygen or when exposed to water or humidity ex: magnesium metal
gas gases stored under pressure that are flammable, toxic or explosive ex: propane
oxidizer materials that chemically cause other materials to burn ex: hair bleach, laundry bleach, certain pool chemicals
radioactive materials that release nuclear energy that causes damage to living organisms ex: uranium ore, radon
toxic materials that are poisonous if inhaled, ingested or absorbed through the skin ex: insecticides, household cleaners
Created by: Benter's