HazMat Data – For First Response, Transportation, Storage, and Security
ISBN/ASIN: 9781601191113,9780471273288,1601191111 | 2004 | English | pdf | 1263/1304 pages | 152 Mb
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons | Author: Pohanish, Richard P. | Edition: 2nd Edition
Provides a detailed reference for emergency responders and people who transport chemicals. Considering the events of September 11, this book is especially oriented toward first responder and emergency management personnel. New to this edition is information on chemical warfare (CW) agents and Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD)-nerve gasses, blister agents/vesicants, "blood agents," choking/pulmonary agents, and crowd-control agents (tear gasses, pepper sprays, etc.) that might be used as weapons of terrorism. It clearly explains symptoms of exposure and appropriate treatment for the exposure when available, and describes what to do in an emergency situation. The book also gives the NFPA hazard classifications, as well as chemical hazard class information.
• Interactive Table Table (1280) •Chemical Records Acetal to Zirconium Tetrachloride Acetal to Azinphos-methyl Barium Carbonate to Butyryl Chloride Cacodylic Acid top-cymene 2,4-D to Dursban Endosulfan to Ethyltrichlorosilane Ferric Ammonium Citrate to Furfuryl Alcohol Gallic Acid to Glyoxylic Acid (50% or Less) Heptachlor to Hydroxypropyl Methacrylate Isoamylacetate to Isovaleraldehyde Jet Fuels: JP-1 to Jet Fuels: JP-5 Kepone to Kerosene Lactic Acid to Lithium Hydride Magnesium to Myrcene Nabam to Nonyl Phenol Octane to Oxygen Paraffin to Pyrogallic Acid Quinoline Resorcinol Salicylaldehyde to Sulfuryl Chloride Tabun (GA) to Turpentine Undecanoic Acid to Urea Peroxide Valeraldehyde to VX Waxes: Carnauba to White Spirit m-Xylene too-Xylidine Zectran to Zirconium Tetrachloride Appendices