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Objective 4.01

Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Hazards Potential events or situations that can cause injury or harm to people, property, or the environment
Solid Any chemical found in a solid form.
Dusts Dusts are tiny particles of solids. You may be exposed to dust from materials that are already in dust form, or from work processes that create dust. Examples: Bags of cement, Glass fibers, Asbestos, or Some herbicides.
Liquid Any chemical found in a liquid form at room temperature. Liquid chemicals may cause poisoning by ingestion, inhalation, or absorption. Examples: Fertilizers, Herbicides, Pesticides, Paints, or Cleaners.
Vapors Vapors are tiny drops of liquid that are suspended in the air. Vapors from some chemicals may irritate the eyes and skin. Examples: Cleaners, Paints, or Pesticides.
Gases Some chemicals are in gas form when they are at room temperature. Other solid or liquid chemicals become gases when they are heated.
Elevations Any situation in which a person may fall or have objects fall on them.
Confined Spaces Any space with limited openings and poor ventilation may cause harm due to toxic gases or lack of oxygen.
Repetitive Motions Work that requires doing the same actions over and over again may cause injury over time.
Weapons Weapons may be misused, causing injury to self and others. Workplaces may be robbed by people using weapons.
OSHA A federal government agency that writes and enforces safety and health standards for businesses.
Accident An unexpected happening that may result in injury, loss, or damage.
Compliance Fulfilling the requirements of the law.
Risk The possibility of loss (failure) or gain (success).
Safety Freedom from danger, risk, or injury.
Created by: robinscl
 

 



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