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4th October 2011 @ 03:48
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WORKBOOK AND PAGE REFERENCE:
EXPERIMENT (inc formula):


Assess Risk Class for each reagent, process and product as per sections 4.3 & 4.4 of the safety handbook.  Reaction Class is then the highest
risk class attributed to any individual reagent, process or product. Appropriate Reaction Label(s) must be generated for and physically
accompany each process (except class 0).   

Risk Rating: How likely is the hazard to hurt or injure someone and how severely? Use one abbreviation from each group: HL = Highly Likely; L =
Likely; U = Unlikely; HU = Highly Unlikely AND XS = Extremely Severe; S = Severe; M = Moderate; Sl = Slight


ReagentsQuantityRisk phrases and disposalRisk ClassRisk Rating
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ProcessesQuantityRisk phrases and disposalRisk ClassRisk Rating
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Products/Intermediates:QuantityRisk phrases and disposalRisk ClassRisk Rating
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Equipment

HAZARD CONTROL AND SPECIAL STORAGE/WASTE DISPOSAL MEASURES:  

Floor Safety Officer's signature (for class 4 reactions)
Supervisor's name
Supervisor's (or designate's) signature:
Date:



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