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Remove the victim to a place with fresh air and keep him/her at rest. Consult a doctor as necessary.
Wash off with soap and plenty of water. If symptoms develop, consult a doctor as necessary.
Immediately irrigate eyes with clean running water for at least 15 minutes and get medical treatment.
Rinse mouth with water and give one or two glass/es of water or milk.
Get medical treatment immediately. If the victim is unconscious, do not give anything by mouth.
Protection of first-aiders:
First-aiders must wear appropriate personal protections such as rubber gloves and goggles.
Fire-extinguishing powder and water spray.
Prohibited extinguishing media:
Avoid inhalation of combustion gas in fire-fighting operations since it contains hazardous gasses such as hydrogen bromide and carbon monoxide.
Specific methods of firefighting:
Remove all possible ignition sources and extinguish the fire with proper extinguishing agent. Extinguish the fire from the windward side as much as possible.
Evacuate people other than authorized personnel to a safe area. Sprinkle over the surrounding equipment to cool down. Prevent products/other chemicals from being discharged into a river and sewers due to the extinguishing water and such.
Protection of firefighters:
Wear proper protections (e.g. gloves, goggles and masks) in fire-fighting operations since combustion gas contains hazardous gasses such as hydrogen
bromide (HBr) and carbon monoxide (CO).
Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency measures:
Make sure to wear appropriate protections such as gloves, goggles, and masks. In case of massive spill, evacuate people to a safe area. Be assured to ventilate as necessary.
Do not directly discharge the material into a river and sewers without wastewater treatment.
Methods for cleaning up:
Collect powder leakage with an electronic vacuum cleaner (void cleaner) or a broom. Eliminate the leakage while preventing the scatter of powder dust. For impalpable powder, use static electricity-proof equipment.
Prevention of secondary hazards:
Remove all ignition sources and prepare extinguishing agent. Be careful because the floor surface can be slippery and may be a cause of a slip and fall accident if you leave the floor wet with the material. Do not walk on the contaminated surface unnecessarily. Use safe equipment which does not generate sparks.
Provide an emergency eyewash and a quick drench shower in the immediate work area.
Wear a dust respirator to avoid inhaling powder dust. Carry out local exhaust ventilation as necessary.
Precautions for safe handling:
Avoid dust formation. Provide adequate ventilation at work areas. Wear appropriate protections such as glasses and gloves. After handling the material,
wash your hands and face thoroughly and gargle.
Adequate storage condition:
Keep containers tightly sealed and store them in a well-ventilated indoor place. Be cautious of water and rain soakage. When storing the material with use of paper bags, handle very carefully to avoid ripped paper. No multi-stage loading.
Safe packaging materials:
Use original container.
Install local exhaust ventilation device if vapor, fume, mist, or dust generates.
Use static electricity-proof equipment.
Japan Society for Occupational Health: (The 2012 Edition): Not established.
ACGIH: (The 2009 Edition) Not established.
Personal protective equipment
Dust protective mask if necessary.
Impervious (chemical-/oil-proof) protective gloves.
Safety glasses with side shield. (goggle type if necessary)
Skin and body protection:
Antistatic finish long-sleeve clothing.
Specific hygiene measures:
Wash your hands and face thoroughly and gargle after handling the material.
Stable under normal handling conditions.
Conditions to avoid:
Pyrolyzed under high temperature at or above 260 ℃.
Hazardous decomposition products:
Hydrogen bromide -- generated by pyrolysis.
The product should be incinerated in permitted facilities in accordance with applicable local/regional/national/international regulations. For low-concentration wastewater of the product, apply the appropriate disposal method based on its density. Dispose of container in accordance with local/regional/national/international regulations.
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