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  • Hazchem 1: Sulfuric Acid & Hydrochloric Acid

Video ID:  591      Date:  2005      Minutes:  27     

Teaches fundamental lessons about identifying corrosive acids and the properties which make them hazardous to humans and the environment. Tells which industries are the largest users of corrosives and discusses some of their most common applications. Describes safe handling and storage of these chemicals, proper loading and off-loading procedures during transportation, and the use of protective clothing. Responders are taught to identify the hazardous material involved, to isolate the area and to assess the dangers before taking aggressive action to control the incident. Includes a self correcting test. Additional materials & PowerPoint on DVD-ROM.Teaches fundamental lessons about identifying corrosives, the hazards of these acids, occupancies where these acids are found, reactivity problems, the danger of water, neutralization operations, emergency medical treatment, decontamination, and environmental concerns.

Subjects Covered:  Chemical Safety, Emergency Response, Firefighter Training     

Formats Available:  DVD Format     

Closed Captioning/Subtitles:  No     

Languages Available:  English     

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