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First-aid measures

First aid general principles - Important information
In case of doubt or in the presence of symptoms contact a physician, and show him/her the material safety data sheet. In case of severe symptoms, call your local health care emergency number. Call a poison control center in order to receive toxicological advice for the clinical management of poisoning. Do not administer anything by mouth to an unconscious person.

First aid general principles - Inhalation
In the case of respiratory symptoms (cough, dyspnea, wheezing, asthma) move the person to fresh air, place in a semi-seated position, and administer oxygen. Provide artificial respiration if the person is not breathing.

First aid general principles - Skin contact
Remove contaminated clothing. Flush the skin with copious amounts of water (and soap, if possible) for at least 15 minutes. Consult a physician if there are symptoms of skin irritation and/or pain.

First aid general principles - Eye contact
Remove contact lenses. Flush the eyes, kept open, with copious amounts of running room temperature water for at least 15 minutes. Consult a physician, especially if there are symptoms of eye irritation (pain, swelling, lacrimation and/or photophobia).

First aid general principles - Ingestion
Do not administer anything by mouth unless advised to do so by a poison control center. Do not induce emesis. Rinse the mouth and consult a physician.

Fire-fighting measures

General information
Move all people away and stay upwind of the fire. Do not enter closed rooms without adequate protection.

Suitable extinguishing media
No special extinguishing media is advisable for this substance. Use standard extinguishing media. In the choice of extinguishing media, consider the other materials involved in the fire.

Extinguishing media which shall not be used for safety reasons
None.

Exposure hazards arising from the substance itself, combustion products, resulting gases
In the case of fire, irritant or toxic fumes (including nitrogen oxides) may develop from the substance and from the other materials involved in the fire.

Protective equipment for fire-fighters
No special equipment for this substance is needed. Use standard fire-fighters equipment.

Accidental release measures

In case of spills, minimize dust/fog formation and do not allow the substance entering drains or watercourses. Remove the substance and send it for correct disposal.

Personal Protection:
Particulate filter respirator adapted to the airborne concentration of the substance.

Environmental precautions
Sweep spilled substance into containers; if appropriate, moisten first to prevent dusting. Carefully collect remainder, then remove to safe place and send it for correct disposal.

Handling and storage

Take the necessary measures to avoid human and environmental exposure. Do not inhale dust or fogs. Avoid skin contact. Keep well closed in a cool place. Store in original containers or other appropriately labelled, suitable containers in an environment away from heat sources, drains and watercourses. Handling and storage may be done to environmental temperature.

Transport information

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Exposure controls / personal protection

The substance has to be manufactured, handled and used in accordance with Exposure Scenarios discussed in Chapter 9 of the Chemical Safety Report, where technical measures, organisational measures and measures related to personal protection are detailed.

Stability and reactivity

STABILITY: The substance is stable
REACTIVITY: The substance does not react explosively.

Disposal considerations

Disposal has to be done according to local and national laws.