This Sulfuric and Hydrochloric Acid safety video teaches fundamental lessons about identifying corrosive acids and the properties that make them hazardous to humans and the environment. The video describes safe handling and storage of these chemicals, proper loading and off-loading procedures during transportation, and proper use of personal protective equipment and clothing. The program also covers steps to take in the event of an uncontrolled spill, leak, or fire, including identifying the hazardous material involved, isolating the area, and assessing the dangers before taking action to control the accident. This safety training video discusses how the reactivity of acids will affect materials used to seal leaking containers, and what protective clothing and other personal protective equipment to use. Other topics covered include:|
* Emergency medical operations
* Diking to control spills
* Neutralization to control spills
* Vapor control
* Decontamination of persons and equipment following an acid spill or incident
* Runoff water control
Hydrochloric and Sulfuric Acids have a destructive and irreversible effect on human tissue. This program provides important safety information for workers who use, store or transport sulfuric or hydrochloric acid, as well as for emergency response personnel who might respond to an incident involving corrosives. Give your affected employees the safety training they need with this important safety video.
Runtime is 26 minutes and the video is available in DVD or VHS.