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    SECTION 6 - Health Hazard Data

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Route

of

Entry:

Inhalation,

Skin,

and

Ingestion

Effects of Overexposure: Based upon independent OSHA approved testing laboratory results, this oil contains less than the maximum of

polynuclear aromatic compounds which require

a potentially carcinogenic

label. Eye Contact:

Based on essentially similar product

considered practically non-irritating to the Skin Contact: Based on essentially similar product

testing, product is eyes. testing, product is

considered sl contact may l or Folliculit Inhalation: The inh oil mist may upper respira Ingestion: Based on no more than

ightly irritating to the skin; prolonged and repeated ead to various skin disorders such as Dermatitis, oil acne is. alation of vapors (generated at high temperatures only) or cause a mild irritation of the mucous membranes of the tory tract.

essentially similar product testing, product is considered slightly toxic if swallowed.

Emergency and First

Eyes:

Flush

with

w

Skin: Wash

with so

Inhalation:

Remove

Ingestion:

Do not

Aid Procedures: ater; obtain medical attention. ap and water. person to open fresh air, obtain medical attention. induce vomiting (aspiration hazard), obtain medical

attention.

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    SECTION 7 - Precautions For Safe Handling and Use

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    Steps to be taken if material is released or spilled:

Shut off leak

source

and contain spill.

Eliminate sources of ignition.

This material

will

float on top of water.

Prevent material from entering sewers or

waterways. Absorbent material and pads can be used. Waste Disposal Method: Destroy by incineration. Other Precautions: Combustible liquid.

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    SECTION 8 - Control Measures

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    Respiratory Protection:

Air respirator if exposure exceeds limit.

Ventilation:

Adequate

Protective Gloves:

Impermeable gloves.

Eye Protection:

Goggles

Hygienic

Practices:

Use

good

personal

hygiene

practices.

Wash

hands

with

soap before eating, drinking, smoking or use of toilet facilities. Oil soaked clothing should be promptly removed and laundered before reuse. discard oil soaked leather goods.

Updated:

July

5,

2000

MSDS - Warren 303 2

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