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DOE-HDBK-1003-96
APPENDIX B
B.3 Chemicals, Gases and Solvents
Instruction should enable the trainee to perform the following:
Describe the general requirements of the hazards communication program and any related
procedures
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explain the information contained on the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
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locate the MSDS in the work area
Name/list hazardous chemicals and gases
Describe the proper storage of chemicals and gases
Demonstrate the proper handling of chemicals and gases
Describe the proper procedure for transporting chemicals and gases
Explain the hazardous properties of chemicals and gases encountered at the site
Describe the proper disposal methods for chemicals
Explain the reasons for avoiding chemical contamination of systems and components
Explain the precautions associated with each group of chemicals and gases
Demonstrate the proper application and use of chemicals and gases commonly used by the
trainee's craft, including environmental concerns
Demonstrate proper use of special protective equipment and emergency facilities for
chemicals
Explain the reasons for avoiding personal contamination with chemicals and solvents,
including inhalation, ingestion and skin absorption.
B.4 Electrical Safety
Instruction should enable the trainee to perform the following as appropriate to their job function:
Define electrical shock and shock symptoms
Demonstrate the proper response for the discovery of an electrical shock victim
Describe the precautions associated with maintenance activities near energized electrical
equipment
Explain the procedures for discharging stored electrical energy
Explain the procedures for working in or near exposed energized parts
Explain precautions related to electrical lines embedded in earth and structures
B-5


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