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  • 2016 Emergency Response Guidebook- A guide to aid first responders in quickly identifying the specific or generic hazards of the material(s) involved in the incident, and protecting themselves and the general public during the initial response phase of the incident. Items in the book include: Safety precautions * Who to call for assistance in United States, Canada and Mexico. * How to use the Guidebook during an incident involving dangerous goods. * Hazardous Classification System.

    Sections are color coded providing a ready reference for hazardous incidents to allow for identifying the hazard; public safety measurements to take; and, emergency response actions and first aid. Softcover.
    (Added: 2000-02-29 Rating: 4.33) Rate It
  • Emergency Responder's Guide to Railroad Incidents- TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK This guide on railroad emergencies addresses hazards, safe operating procedures, and resources that responders can apply to incidents involving rail operations. Text reviews tank cars, top products transported by railroads, information on locomotives, basics of rail operations and pre-emergency planning for working with rail carriers. The book is packaged with a companion CD containing an electronic book and hotlinks to case studies and important Web sites. (Added: 2008-09-11 Rating: 10.00) Rate It
  • Hawley's Condensed Chemical Dictionary - 15 th Ed.- Those who are first to respond to chemical accidents will find this handbook an invaluable assistant in their work. This unique publication is not a dictionary in the usual sense of an assemblage of brief definitions, but rather a compendium of technical data and descriptive information covering many thousands of chemicals as to meet the needs of those who have only minutes to devote to any given topic. Three distinct types of information are presented; 1) descriptions of chemicals, raw materials, processes and equipment; 2) expanded definitions of chemical entities, phenomena, and terminology; and 3) descriptions or identifications of a wide range of trademarked products used in the chemical industries. A Periodic Table of Elements, a Temperature Conversion Table and a list of Elements and Symbols is included. Hardcover. (Added: 2000-02-29 Rating: 0.00) Rate It
  • Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference- Contains immediate access to information on the hazardous properties of over 5,630 chemical entries. For each entry the following data are provided when available: DIPM number, hazard rating, entry name; CAS number; DOT number; molecular formula; molecular weight; a description of the material and its physical properties; and synonyms. The Consensus Reports section contains, where available, NTP Fifth Annual Report on Carcinogens, IARC reviews, NTP Carcinogens Testing Program results, EPA Extremely Hazardous Substances List, the EPA Genetic Toxicology Program, and the Community right-To-Know-List. It also contains OSHA permissible exposure levels, ACGIH, Threshold Limit Values, MAK values, NIOSH recommended exposure levels, and DOT classifications. Each entry concludes with a safety profile that discusses the toxic and other hazards of the entry. Hardcover. (Added: 2000-02-29 Rating: 0.00) Rate It

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