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First-aid measures

General instructions

If health problems occur or if you suspect that your health may have been affected, contact your physician and provide the information stated on this safety data sheet. It is necessary to maintain vital functions until a physician arrives (i.e. check heartbeat, ensure artificial respiration, heart massage). If the affected person has lost consciousness or if you believe that he/she may lose consciousness, transport the person to a healthcare provider in a stabilised position, lying on his/her side.

When inhaled

Move the victim to fresh air, keep him or her in absolute repose, oxygen inhalation. Half seated position, prevent person from losing heat. Transport to doctor.

SYMPTOMS AND EFFECTS: headache, giddiness, nausea, irritation of air passages, eyes

In case of contact with skin

Wash the affected area thoroughly with water and soap for 10-15 minutes.

SYMPTOMS AND EFFECTS: possible irritation, dermatitis, burning, itching, oedema

In case of contact with eyes

Wash the eye with plenty of water or physiological solution for 10-15 minutes from inner to outer eye corner.

If the afflicted person is wearing contact lenses, they must be removed immediately. Promptly call for professional medical help.

SYMPTOMS AND EFFECTS: irritation, lacrimation, burning, pain, photophobia.

When swallowed

Have the victim drink approx. 2 dl of water and promptly call for professional medical help. After possible ingestion, administer activated charcoal (approx. 15g/250 ml water). Do not induce vomiting.

SYMPTOMS AND EFFECTS: possible irritation, burning of oesophageal or gastrointestinal tract

Fire-fighting measures

Suitable extinguishing media

Powder or snow fire extinguisher. In the case of a large-scale fire, use heavy foam with polar foam maker, or a split water stream.

Extinguishing media which should not be used for safety reasons

Direct water stream

Special exposure hazards from the substance or preparation itself, combustion products, resulting gases

When the substance burns, it produces toxic products. Mixtures of the steam of the substance with the air are explosive.

Special protective equipment for fire-fighters

When fighting the fire in a dangerous zone, you must use an isolation breathing apparatus and a protective suit against heat radiation.

Further data:

Temperature class: T1

Explosive group: IIA

Fire class A (for dust)

Accidental release measures

Personal precautions

Seal the accident site. When managing the emergency, use the personal emergency equipment. Remove or switch off all sources of ignition. Avoid generation of dust. Ensure supply of fresh air in enclosed room.

Environmental precautions

Prevent the substance from leaking into the sewerage system, ground and surface water or into the soil.

Recommended methods for cleaning and pollution discharge

Collect spilled substance and incinerate everything including contaminated soil at the appropriate facility.

The contaminated material must be handled as a waste.

Handling and storage


Avoid formation of dust or possible vapours (sublimate when processing) at workplace and atmosphere – ensure sufficient ventilation and exhaust. Use personal protective equipment.

Avoid leakage or spillage of the product during handling operations. Avoid contact with open fire, sparks or hot surfaces.


Ensure sufficient ventilation of the storage area. Use protective equipment. Store only in enclosed packages. Store in dry area. Avoid exposure to weather conditions.

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Marine transport (UN RTDG/IMDG)

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Exposure controls / personal protection

Occupational exposure controls

Collective protection measures

Plant-wide and local ventilation, effective exhaust system, automation, hermetic sealing.

Individual protection measures

The staff must wear personal protection equipment (PPE) to protect their eyes, hands and skin. This equipment must be suitable for the nature of the activities they perform. Wherever the technical means do not enable adherence to exposure limits determined for the work environment or ensuring that inhaling the substance does not affect a person’s health, the staff must also use suitable protection of the respiratory system. If the staff is to use this equipment continuously while working, it is necessary to include safety breaks, if required by the nature of the PPE. All the PPE must be kept in good condition. Any polluted or damaged equipment must be replaced immediately. All PPEs and RMMs has to be in line with dedicated Exposure Scenario (Endpoint 13.1)


· Respiratory protection: In case of short-time exposure or low concentration, use the half-mask or full mask respirator with filter protecting against organic vapours (P3), in case of high concentrations and long-term exposure in emergency situations use selfcontained breathing apparatus.

· Eye protection: Protective goggles (tight)

· Hand protection: Protective gloves (the type of glove material - rubber latex or nitrile, thickness of active layer >0,1mm and breakthrough times >480minutes). Wear chemically resistant gloves (tested to EN374) in combination with specific activity training.

· Skin protection: protective suit and footwear, unprotected skin must be treated with a protective lotion before beginning work.

· General safety and hygienic measures: Follow the rules of personal hygiene. Do not eat, drink or smoke while working! Wash your hands as well as any uncovered parts of your body well with water and soap, or treat them with suitable reparation lotion.

Environmental exposure controls

Follow the valid legal regulations governing the protection of the air and water.

Stability and reactivity

Conditions under which the product is stable

Conventional physical and chemical conditions

Conditions to avoid

High temperature, formation of explosive mixtures of substance vapours with air. Contact with open flame, hot surfaces, and sparks.

Material to avoid

Strong oxidising agents, strong acids.

Hazardous decomposition products

Toxic vapour generation in case of fire.

Disposal considerations

Methods of substance disposal

The substance must be handled in compliance with the valid legal regulations governing the disposal of waste as well as with other environmental regulations. Leaked product must be handled and then handed over to a person authorised to handle hazardous waste. It is recommended to dispose of this substance by making it a material that can be further used for energy generation purposes. Contact the producer for any additional information.

Recommended classification of the waste under Decree No. 381/2001 Coll.: 07 01 08*, 07 01 99*, 16 05 08*

Disposal methods for contaminated packaging

Proceed in the same manner as when disposing of the product: use the bags and paper sacks as singlepurpose packing.

Recommended classification of the packaging waste under Decree No. 381/2001 Coll.: 15 01 10*

Legal regulations governing the disposal and handling of waste

The Czech Republic

Act No. 185/2001 Coll. on waste amending certain other acts, as amended, including delegated legislation (e.g. Decree No. 381/2001 Coll. determining the Catalogue of Waste)

The European Union

EP and Council Directive 2006/12/ES on waste

Council Directive 1991/689/EHS on hazardous waste