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  1. Safety Through Design
    hazard analysis and risk assessments early in design, acceptable levels, facility, hardware, equipment, tools, materials, layout, and configuration
  2. Severity
    The extent of harm or damage that could result from.
  3. Prevention Through Design
    Occupational health and safety needs in design and redesign, prevent, minimize risk, construction, manufacturing, ....
  4. Hierarchy Of Controls
    Controlling exposures to occupational hazards is the fundamental method of protecting workers. Traditionally, a hierarchy of controls has been used as a means of determining how to implement feasible and effective controls. One representation of this hierarchy can be summarized as follows:

    • Elimination
    • Substitution
    • Engineering controls
    • Administrative controls
    • Personal protective equipment
  5. Electrostatic Presipitator
    a particulate collection device that removes particles from a flowing gas (such as air) using the force of an induced electrostatic charge. Electrostatic precipitators are highly efficient filtration devices that minimally impede the flow of gases through the device, and can easily remove fine particulate matter such as dust and smoke from the air stream.
  6. Class E Helmet
    are intended to reduce the force of impact of falling objects and to reduce the danger of contact with exposed high-voltage electrical conductors. Sample shells are proof-tested at 20,000 volts.
  7. Class G Helmet
    are intended to reduce the force of impact of falling objects and to reduce the danger of contact with exposed low-voltage electrical conductors. For certification, sample shells are proof-tested at 2,200 volts of electrical charge.
  8. Class C Helmet
    are intended to reduce the force of impact of falling objects, but offer no electrical protection.
  9. Irritants
    chemicals that will irritate various tissues causing redness, rashes, swelling, coughing, or even hemorrhagging.
  10. Senisitizer
  11. Mutagens
    cause alterations in the genes of a person
  12. Teratogens
    causes damage or death to a developing fetus
  13. Visible Spectrum
    The visible spectrum is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum that is visible to (can be detected by) the human eye.
  14. Visible Light
    . Electromagnetic radiation in this range of wavelengths is called visible light or simply light. A typical human eye will respond to wavelengths from about 390 to 750 nm
  15. Hepatotoxins
    is a toxic chemical substance which damages the liver.
  16. Nephrotoxins
    is a poisonous effect of some substances, both toxic chemicals and medication, on the kidneys.
  17. Hematoxin
    are toxin s that destroy red blood cell s
  18. Lacrimators
    Chemicals that cause instant tearing
  19. Additive Effect
    An effect in which two substances or actions used in combination produce a total effect the same as the sum of the individual effects.
  20. Synergistic Effect
    It is not uncommon for the effect of two chemicals on an organism to be greater than the effect of each chemical individually, or the sum of the individual effects. The presence of one chemical enhances the effects of the second. This is called a synergistic effect or synergy, and the chemicals are sometimes described as showing synergism.
  21. Potentiation
    The action of a substance, at a dose that does not itself have an adverse action, in enhancing the effect of another substance
  22. Antagonism
    where the involvement of multiple agents reduces their overall effect
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2011-10-22 04:21:11
Safety ASP CSP

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