TWEET. ... Spill /Leak Procedures: Small Spills: Absorb spill with inert material (sand or earth) and place in chemical waste container. Remove contaminated clothing and shoes. If you feel unwell, get medical attention. Flush contaminated skin with plenty of water. Use with caution in individuals with diabetes and/or severe hypertension. After cleaning, Page 3 of 7. Page 2 of 7 2 2 Ingestion: DO NOT induce vomiting. Clean up all spills immediately. If signs/symptoms persist, get medical attention. The incident happened when less than an ounce of formocresol, a chemical containing formaldehyde and used in root canals, spilled in the office. SHARE. P312: Call a POISON CENTER or doctor/physician if you feel unwell. Hydrochloric acid can cause a severe chemical burn if it comes into contact with your skin. OREGON CITY -- Ambulances rushed 10 victims to hospitals today after a hazardous-material spill forced the evacuation of a public health clinic. Page 2of 8 Label Elements: Signal Word: WARNING! Skin irritation (rabbit): non-irritant (primary irritation index = 0.0) Primary Routes of Entry Skin Contact X Eye Contact X Inhalation Ingestion Effects of overexposure: Based on the available animal toxicity information, it is anticipated that this material will cause mild or no skin or eye irrita- tion upon direct or prolonged contact. Do not breathe dust or vapors. Avoid use in individuals with hypersensitivities to amide-type anesthetics. Wear rubber gloves/eye protection as necessary. Environmental hazard - contain spillage. Store in tightly closed containers. If ea to do, remove contact lenses. P304+340: IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. GHS Response Phrases: Please refer to Section 7 for Storage and Section 13 for Disposal information. Spill/Leak Clean-up Procedures and Equipment: Absorb with liquid binding material (sand, vermiculite, diatomite, acid binders, universal binders or sawdust). Skin: None Known Inhalation: No hazard in normal industrial use. 7. P391: Collect spillage. Immediately call a POISON CENTER or physician. IF ON SKIN (or hair): Take off immediately all contaminated clothing. CAUTION : Advise personnel in area. Evacuation Procedures: Not Applicable Special Instructions: Not Applicable Reporting Requirements: Not Applicable 7. Keep away … P302+352: IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. Seek medical attention as soon as possible. Moderate hazard. Continue rinsing. Minor Spills Remove all ignition sources. Formaldehyde will pass into tissues such as mucous membranes rapidly, but uptake into skin is poor. Repeated or prolonged skin contact with formaldehyde may cause an allergic reaction in some people. Close-up of a skin burn caused by accidental contact with formocresol (tricresol and formalin), a chemical applied to the tooth pulp during root canal dentistry. Get medical attention if y pto occur. A motor could be an ignition source and could cause flammable gases or vapors in the spill area to burn or explode. Skin Irritation Category 2 Acute Toxicity Category 4(H302) Skin Sensitization Category 1 None None EU Classification (67/548/EEC as amended): Irritant (Xi), Harmful (Xn) EU Risk (R) and Safety (S) Phrases: R22, R38, R43, S24, S37, S28 Refer to Section 16 for the full text of the EU Classifications and R Phrases. 7. Wash contaminated clothing before reuse. Page 1 of 7. P333+313: If skin irritation or rash occurs, seek medical advice/attention. Skin Immediately remove contaminated clothing and wash exposed skin thoroughly with soap and water for at least 15 minutes. 6.3. These Pathogen Safety Data Sheets, regulated under Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) legislation, are produced for personnel working in the life sciences as quick safety reference material relating to infectious micro-organisms. For large spill, or spills in confined spaces, provide mechanical ventilation to disperse or exhaust vapors, in accordance with good industrial hygiene practice. Continue rinsing. Irritating to eyes and skin HSNO Classification of Mixture 6.3A, 6.4A 4. Here's what you need to do if you get hydrochloric acid on your skin. Do not ingest. Continue rinsing. P305+351+338: IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. If signs/symptoms develop, get medical attention. If eye irritation persists: Get medical attention. Immediately call a POISON CENTER or physician. Duration: 03:10 12/3/2020. Label elements Classification according to Directive 1999/45/EC Hazard pictogram(s) : Xn Harmful R&S statement(s) : R22: Harmful if swallowed. Get immediate medical attention. SAFETY DATA SHEET according to Regulation (EC) No. Eye Contact: Flush with large amounts of water. P501 Dispose of contents and container as instructed in Section 13. Warning! Chemical spill at dentist’s office. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. SAFETY DATA SHEET according to Regulation (EC) No. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Skin Corrosion, Category 1B Physical : Metal Corrosion, Category 1 2.2. For temperature, if you spill it on yourself you can blister your skin or if you eat it while it's too hot you can burn the inside of your mouth or throat. Carcinogenicity: This material is not known to have carcinogenic properties. Avoid direct or prolonged contact with skin. Get medical attention if symptoms occur. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious or convulsing person. HANDLING AND STORAGE Precautions for safe handling Handling Handle in accordance with good industrial hygiene and safety practice. Once within tissues, formaldehyde will react directly with proteins and nucleic acids. To put this into the context of formocresol, tricresol is said to decrease the solubility and diffusion properties of formaldehyde, thus reducing movement out of the root canal . wash spill site after material pick up is complete. Follow good hygiene practices. Ingestion Give 3 or more glasses of milk or water to drink. Spill: 1-800-424-9300 (United States) 2. 7.0 Handling and Storage 7.1 Handling For intraoral use only by trained dental professionals. Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Classifications: Specific Target Organ Toxicity: Category 1B (Skin) Carcinogenicity: Not Applicable Specific Target Organ Toxicity: Category 1 (Eye) Dermal: Category4 (Acute Toxicity) Oral: Category 4 (Acute Toxicity) Flammable Liquids Category 3 Signal Word (EPA): DANGER Signal Word (OSHA): WARNING Hazard Statements: … May cause skin and/or eye irritation Causes central nervous system effects such as drowsiness, confusion, excitability and nervousness. Use personal protection equipment. Use protective equipment appropriate for surrounding materials. EMAIL. Major Spills Environmental hazard - contain spillage. Ensure adequate ventilation. This case is reported because of the rarity of such lesions and the paucity of information concerning them in the dental literature. Jennifer Lopez Finally Spills Her J.Lo Glow Skincare Secrets. Scoop up bulk material and place in a labeledplastic or metal container. Get medical assistance. Remove contact lenses if easy to do. SHARE. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. A motor could be an ignition source and could cause flammable gases or vapors in the spill area to burn or explode. Skin irritation 2 H315 H315; EUH066 2.1.2 Classification per Directive 67/548/EEC Irritant (Xi) (powder only) ;R36/38 ... Wash area of spill with soap and water. Handling and Storage Handling: Do not get in eyes. Control personal contact with the substance, by using protective equipment. Miles, Jr., Director, Directorate of Compliance Programs March 25, 1998 concerning regulations affecting embalming using formaldehyde Do not allow spill to enter drains, sewers or water courses. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and clothing. 4.2. Continue rinsing. Skin Contact: Wash with soap and water. Avoid breathing vapors or mists. Skin contact can cause irritation of the skin and allergic contact dermatitis These disorders can occur at levels well below those encountered by most formaldehyde workers Excerpted from an OSHA Interpretation Letter to Mr. Ryan Hopper from Mr. John B. P362 Take off contaminated clothing and wash before reuse. 7.2 Storage Keep container closed. Skin Absorption Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure: Wash affected skin areas thoroughly with soap and water. Soak up with inert absorbent material. as skin infections of appendages, treatment with antibiotics can be lengthy. SHARE. Vision impairment and enlargement of li ver may occur from methanol component. Inhalation Remove from exposure and get medical attention. Eugenol, U.S.P. Control and Prevention Control of mycobacteriosis in cul- ture settings is extremely difficult once an epizootic has occurred. Skin Protection Wear suitable protective clothing as protection against splashing or contamination. Pick up and transfer to properly labeled containers. Keep cool. First Aid Measures Eyes: Immediately flush eyes with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes holding eyelids apart to ensure flushing of the entire eye surface. Page 2 of 9 Safety Data Sheet according to 1907/2006/EC (REACH), 1272/2008/EC (CLP), 29CFR1910/1200 and GHS Rev. Acts as a depressant on the cardiovascular system. Rinse skin with water or shower. Eye contact Any material that conta ts the e yshould be wa hed out immediately ith ater. For large spill, or spills in confined spaces, provide mechanical ventilation to disperse or exhaust vapors, in accordance with good industrial hygiene practice. Get medical attention if symptoms persist. It is used in pressed-wood products, such as particleboard, plywood, and fiberboard; glues and adhesives; permanent-press fabrics; paper product coatings; and certain insulation materials. Consult a physician if irritation . Water spill : Do not allow to enter sewers or drains that may lead to waterways. CAS 50-00-0 108-39-4 106-44-5 56-81-5 FORMOCRESOL formaldehyde, formalin (suspected human carcinogen by iarc; m-cresol *96-2* p-cresol *96-2* glycerine, 1,2,3,-trihydroxypropane, glycerol, anhydrous msds toxicity property Root canal dentistry involves drilling, cleaning, disinfecting and filling the root canal of a tooth. Do not smoke, eat or drink while using. Get medical attention. Skin and Eye Contact Health Risks and Symptoms of Exposure: In case of eye contact, flush with large amounts of water for at least 15 minutes. If Swallowed: Rinse mouth. Warning! Store in an area that is dry, well-ventilated, cool. Large Spills: Absorb spill with in ert material (sand or earth) and place in chemical waste container. Methods and material for containment and cleaning up Small spill : Wipe up small amounts with chemical resistant or damp rag which is washed with large amounts of water after each use. Formocresol skin burn in dentistry. Wash clothing before reuse. Storage: Keep out of direct sunlight. Formaldehyde is a suspected carcinogen (positive animal i nhalatio n studies). If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep airway clear. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Dike far ahead of liquid spill for later disposal. In most cases, eradication or depopula-tion of infected animals followed by disinfection of the culture system is the only acceptable means. P332+P313 If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice/attention. IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Do not get on skin or in eyes. If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical attention. Skin contact Wa sh off with arm ater and oap. Sixteen people were in need of hospital treatment following a hazardous chemical spill in a dentist’s office in Georgetown, USA. P362+364: Take off contaminated clothing and wash it before reuse. GHS Storage and Disposal Phrases: Multi-region format. Storage :Store in a well-ventilated place. The presented case is of a chemical burn due to formocresol, presenting with moderate pain and burning sensation with respect to a patch of darkly discolored skin. Clean shoes thoroughly before reuse. Formaldehyde is a colorless, flammable, strong-smelling chemical that is used in building materials and to produce many household products.