HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION:
May cause irritation of mouth, throat and digestive tract. Large doses may cause drowsiness and may lead to
unconsciousness. Aspiration (liquid into lungs) of vomited material hazardous. Can cause severe, even fatal
May cause slight to moderate eye irritation. This can result in a stinging sensation, watering of the eyes and
inflammation of the eyelids.
May be slightly irritating to sensitive skins. Prolonged contact may result in itching and redness of the skin.
Poisoning or skin suffocation may occur from constant immersion in grease.
Prolonged or repeated contact may cause dermatitis.
Do Not induce vomiting due to risk of the material entering the lungs.
Do Not give anything to drink to victim that is unconscious or losing consciousness. Thoroughly rinse victims
mouth with water. Give one or two cups of water to drink to dilute material in the stomach. If vomiting
occurs naturally, lean the victim forward to reduce the risk of material entering the lungs(aspiration). Repeat
administration of water.
Flush with copious water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation persists seek medical aid.
Wash with soap and warm water. Remove contaminated clothing and wash before re-use.
FIRST AID FACILITIES:
Soap, warm water and eye wash required near worksite.
ADVICE TO DOCTOR:
Because of the risk of aspiration, gastric lavage should only be undertaken after endotracheal intubation.
PRECAUTIONS FOR USE:
This material is safe handling.
Always wash hands before smoking, eating, drinking or using the toilet. The use of additional protective clothing should be readily available.
1. Neoprene or Nitrile rubber gloves
Non-Flammable unless heated above flashpoint.
Environmentally friendly material, non-toxic, slow biodegradation.
SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION:
STORAGE AND TRANSPORT:
AS 1678 EPG - TRANSPORT: Not Applicable
Store away from strong oxidising agents, i.e. of Class 5.1 or 5.2.
Keep drum closed when not in use. Avoid contamination with materials not suitable for food use. Not defined
as a dangerous Good by the Australian Code for the transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail.
SPILLS AND DISPOSAL:
Shovel into containers of any nature, Extremely Sticky substance. Cover spillage area with earth or sand. For
large spills notify Emergency Services.
Less than 100 litres. Shovel / Scrape away excess into containers and label. Coat affected are with earth or
Take up with vacuum track or shovel away. Absorb total affected area with sand or earth. Place in a suitable
container seal and label. Follow the disposal requirements of the State Environmental Protection Authority.
Do Not flush into drains or sewers.
FIRE & EXPLOSION HAZARD:
Non Hazardous material
Fire and Explosion Hazard only if heated above Flashpoint.
Extinguish Fire with CO2, Dry Chemical or Foam.
Reactivity Data: Carbon Monoxide and Dioxide and Smoke.
None Known at time of printing.
CHEMICAL EMERGENCIES: 1 300 65 81 81
Outside Australia: 61 2 9153 8587
TECHNICAL ADVICE: 1 300 65 81 81
Outside Australia: 61 2 9153 8587
Date Reviewed: 2/2/1998
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