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Right-To-Know
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RTK Wallet Cards
»
Ideal employee training tool.
Distribute these double-sided
handy NFPA reference wallet
cards to employees following
training.
• Fits most wallet pockets 2 1/8" x 3 3/8"
• Unrippable vinyl
• 25/pack
NFPA Labels
»
Chemical and human body
hazard information label.
NFP20: Fill in diamond & check off which
protective equipment will be exposed to
the hazardous chemical.
NFP21: Write in the NFPA hazard codes in the
diamond and check off appropriate human
body hazard.
Custom RTK Tank & Vessel Signs
»
Mark tanks and vessels with vital hazardous
chemical data and emergency response information.
• Information meets OSHA requirements
• Choose from two standard layouts
• Sizes available in fiberglass 20" x 14" & 14" x 10"
• See Custom Tank & Vessel order form next page
• Call for pricing
Hazardous Materials
Classification Sign
»
Explains NFPA hazard identification
coding system.
• Available three sizes
• Available in durable rigid plastic,
pressure sensitive vinyl or
aluminum
PS 11 x 8
HMC8P
PS 14 x 10
HMC14P
RP 3 1/2 x 2 1/2 HMC3R
RP 11 x 8
HMC8R
RP 14 x 10
HMC14R
AL 14 x 10
HMC14A
Format 1
HMC2AP
Back
Front
Format 2
FIRE HAZARD
Flash Points
4-Below73 F
3-Below100 F
2-Below200 F
1-Above 200 F
0-Will not burn
HEALTHHAZARD
4-Deadly
3-ExtremelyHazardous
2-Hazardous
1-SlightlyHazardous
0-Normal Material
SPECIFICHAZARD
Oxidizer OXY
Acid ACID
Alkali ALK
Corrosive COR
UseNOWATER W
RadiationHazard
INSTABILITYHAZARD
4-MayDetonate
3-MayDetonatewith
Heat or Shock
2-Violent Chemical Change
1-Not Stable if Heated
0-Stable
INSTABILITY
HAZARD
FIRE
HAZARD
HEALTH
HAZARD
SPECIFIC
HAZARD
HEALTH HAZARD
INSTABILITY HAZARD
FIRE HAZARD
SPECIFIC HAZARD
NFPA DIAMOND
NEW COLOR BAR
RATING EXPLANATION GUIDE
INSTABILITY
HEALTH FLAMMABLE
Recommended Protection Susceptibility to Burning
Susceptibility to
Energy Releases
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
0
1
1
0
0
Special full protective
suit and breathing
apparatus must be worn
No precautions necessary
Breathing apparatus
may be worn
Breathing apparatus
with full face mask
should be worn
Full protective suit and
breathing apparatus
should be worn
Very Flammable
Ignites under normal
temperature conditions
Will not ignite
Ignites when preheated
Ignites with moderate
heating
Not stable if heated
use precautions
Violent chemical
change but does
not detonate
Normally stable
May detonate with
shock and heat
May detonate under
normal conditions
Safety
Glasses
Gloves
Full
Suit
Boots
Splash
Goggles
Face
Shield
Dust
Respirator
Vapor
Respirator
Other:
Oxidizer....... OXY
Acid................. ACID
Alkali..................ALK
Corrosive .............COR
Use NOWATER............. W
Radiation Hazard............
HEALTH HAZARD
SPECIFIC HAZARD
FIRE HAZARD
(FLASH POINT)
4. Below 73 F
3. Below 100 F
2. Below 200 F
1. Above 200 F
0. Will Not Burn
4. Deadly
3. Extreme Danger
2. Hazardous
1. Slightly
Hazardous
O. Normal
Material
INSTABILITY HAZARD
4. May Detonate
3. Shock and heat
May Detonate
2. Violent Chemical
Change
1. Unstable if Heated
0. Stable
Chemical Name:
INHALATION
INGESTION
SKIN ABSORPTION
SKIN OR EYE CONTACT
ROUTE OF ENTRY
IRRITANT
NO HEALTH HAZARD
TOXIC
CORROSIVE
SENSITIZER
HIGHLY TOXIC
REPRODUCTIVE TOXIC
CARCINOGEN
HEALTH HAZARDS
NO PHYSICAL HAZARDS
COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID
COMPRESSED GAS
OXIDIZER
FLAMMABLE GAS
FLAMMABLE LIQUID/SOLID
PYROPHORIC
ORGANIC PEROXIDE
WATER REACTIVE
UNSTABLE (REACTIVE)
PHYSICAL HAZARDS
LUNGS
HEART
KIDNEY
EYES
SKIN
PROSTATE
BLOOD
LIVER
CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM
MUCOUS MEMBRANES
AUTONOMIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
BLOOD
MUTAGEN
TERATOGEN
TARGET ORGANS & EFFECTS
CHEMICAL NAME
FIRE HAZARD
HEALTH HAZARD
INSTABILITY
4. Deadly
3. Extreme Danger
2. Hazardous
1. Slightly
Hazardous
0. Normal
(FLASH POINT)
4. Below 73°F
3. Below 100°F
2. Below 200°F
1. Above 200°F
0. Will Not Burn
Oxidizer....... OXY
Acid................. ACID
Alkali..................ALK
Corrosive .............COR
Use NOWATER............. W
Radiation Hazard............
SPECIFIC HAZARD
CHECK OFF APPROPRIATE BOXES
4. May Detonate
3. Shock and heat
May Detonate
2. Violent Chemical
Change
1. Unstable if Heated
0. Stable
4
0
0
3
2
1
W
HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
CLASSIFICATION
FIRE HAZARD
Flash Points
4-Below 73 F
3-Below 100 F
2-Below 200 F
1-Above 200 F
0-Will not burn
HEALTH HAZARD
4-Deadly
3-Extreme
danger
2-Hazardous
1-Slightly
hazardous
0-Normal
material
SPECIFIC
HAZARD
Oxidizer OXY
Acid ACID
Alkali ALK
Corrosive COR
Use NOWATER W
Radiation Hazard
INSTABILITY
4-May detonate
3-Shock and heat
may detonate
2-Violent chemical
change
1-Unstable if
heated
0-Stable
Part No.
1 - 5
6+
HMC2AP
$74.76 $63.55
P/S Vinyl 3 x 5 NFP20AP
5/PK
P/S Vinyl 5 x 7 NFP20P
Each
P/S Vinyl 3 x 5 NFP21AP
5/PK
P/S Vinyl 5 x 7 NFP21P
Each
Part No.
Qty
1 - 5
6+
3" x 5"
5/pk $16.54 $14.91
5” x 7” each $9.34 $8.91
PS
Pressure
Sensitive Vinyl
RP
.050
Rigid Plastic
AL
.040
Aluminum
Size
1 - 5
6+
1 - 5
6+
1 - 5
6+
3 1/2” x 2 1/2"
-
-
$3.55 $3.02
-
-
11” x 8”
$13.45 $11.43 $19.13 $16.33
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-
14” x 10”
$18.46 $15.76 $27.02 $22.97 $30.18 $25.63