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Symbols and signs which conform to the Globally Harmonised System (GHS; in use world-wide) regulations on labelling of packaged chemicals. All new chemicals of any sort will display one or more of the.. more
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This edition includes some notes on CLEAPSS staffing, the RPA service, the dangers of jequirty beads, pressure cookers, the Home Office project 'Secure Your Chemicals', warnings about some lasers and .. more
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This edition includes an article from the director on the value of CLEAPSS membership, and notes on maintaining the supply of chemicals for school science, water supply to laboratories, the dangers of.. more
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This edition includes a note on the death of the first CLEAPSS director, and other notes on the final CLEAPSS CD, eating and drinking in the laboratory, the dangers of Chinese lanterns, automatic auto.. more
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Advice on the hazard classifications of common chemical solutions, and what to put on labels for laboratory use, now including details on how to re-label old (CHIP4) bottles.
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All-in-one file containing only the 2017 updates to the 2016 Edition Hazcards. See Hazcard Index (GL121) for a summary of the changes made up to 01/11/2017.
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Rick assessment guidance for cyclohexene, dipentene (limonene), ethene (ethylene), ethyne (acetylene), hex-1-ene, oct-1-ene.
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Using chromium metal, chromium salts, chrome alum, chromates and dichromates, safely in practical work.
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Precautions when using or producing hydrogen sulphide, carbon disulphide, and ammonium, sodium, potassium, zinc, copper and iron sulphides in practical activities.
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Risk assessment information for 1,2-diaminoethane and 1,6-diaminohexane.
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