Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference, 4th Edition

Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference, 4th Edition by Richard J. Lewis Sr. epub pdf fb2

Title: Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference, 4th Edition
Author: Richard J. Lewis Sr.
ISBN10: 0471287792
ISBN13: 978-0471287797
Publisher: Wiley; 4 edition (November 18, 1996)
Language: English
Subcategory: Engineering
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Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference, 4th Edition by Richard J. Lewis Sr.

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Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference, Fourth Edition, Richard J. Lewis, Sr. For industrial hygienists, chemists, toxicologists, safety professionals, and emergency response personnel, Richard Lewis?s quick reference has become standard equipment?a convenient, authoritative resource offering fast, reliable answers to urgent questions about hazardous chemical substances. The fourth edition is the most informative and insightful Desk Reference yet. Meticulously compiled and revised, it provides the most current and useful data available on more than 6,000 compounds commonly used in industry, manufacturing, laboratories, and the workplace. Created from the database established for the new Sax?s Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials, 9th Edition, Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference presents expanded Essential Safety Profiles for each chemical, assessing its hazardous potential as a poison, irritant, corrosive, explosive, or carcinogen. Each entry in the Fourth Edition offers A 1-to-3 hazard rating quickly indentifying danger levels All synonyms for each chemical, including alternative chemical names, common generic names, foreign names, and codes used as parts of trademarks CAS, NIOSH, and POT numbers for conclusive chemical indentification Chemical/physical property summaries focused to facilitate safe handling and storage of substances Standards and recommendations from OSHA, ACGIH, DFG MAK, NIOSH REL, DOT and other agencies to insure safety and regulatory compliance Consensus reports from Who and other international bodies, providing additional insights and information Hazardous Chemicals Desk Reference will benefit anyone who works with and/or evaluates drugs, food additive preservatives, ores, pesticides, dyes, detergents, lubricants, soaps, plastics, and other potentially harmful substances. By providing summaries (rather than encyclopedic reviews) and by organizing information in easy-to-access formats, it is perfectly suited for quick review or for use on-site, where unforeseen situations necessitate fast, accurate responses.