Common Name: )
DOT Number: ) same as front page
CAS Number: )
DOT Emergency Guide Code: This number is found in the DOT Emergency Response Guidebook which categorizes DOT numbers into groups of chemicals having similar fire and explosion hazards. The guide highlights specific actions that need to be taken by emergency responders in emergency situations.
|Hazard Rating||NJ DHSS||NFPA|
|This box contains hazard ratings (from 0 to 4) assigned by
the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services or
the National Fire Protection Association.
It also states important fire and safety information about
the substance, i.e., whether it produces poisonous gases.
This section includes important information for anyone who is responsible for firefighting activities. This section does not provide evacuation information.
SPILLS AND EMERGENCIES:
This section lists the steps to be taken in the case of a spill or leak. Disposal of the substance as a hazardous waste is also discussed.
HANDLING AND STORAGE:
(May also be found on this page)
This section lists first aid for:
The New Jersey Poison Information number - 1-800-962-1253 is also listed.
When applicable, this section lists vapor pressure, flash point, and water solubility.
OTHER COMMONLY USED NAMES:
This section includes the scientific chemical name of the substance, and other names (called synonyms) that are commonly used for this substance. If you have any questions about identifying a chemical by its name, call the NJDHSS RTK lnfoline at (609) 984-2202.
NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SENIOR SERVICES
Right to Know Program
PO Box 368
Trenton, NJ 08625-0368