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MMS Hazard Classes

Hazard Classes

Biohazard Can cause infection or disease in living things. Examples: Tools used for medical treatment (like needles for shots), bacteria, viruses
Corrosive Liquids that chemically wear away at solid materials Examples: bleach, acid, oven cleaner
Explosive Materials that release gas, heat, or pressure quickly when exposed to change in temperature Examples: TNT, gas stored under pressure
Flammable Liquids that catch on fire when near or in flame, sparks, or a heat source Examples: Gasoline, paint thinner, ethanol
Flammable Solid A SOLID material that ignites when oxygen is present or when exposed to water or humidity Examples: Magnesium metal, moth balls
Oxidizer (reactive) Materials that react chemically and cause other materials to burn Examples: Hair bleach, laundry bleach
Radioactive Materials that release nuclear energy that can damage living things Examples: Radon, Uranium, nuclear fuel
Toxic Materials that are poisonous if inhaled, eaten, swallowed, or absorbed through the skin Examples: Brake fluid, household cleaners, insecticides
Created by: cvanwyk