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Assessment Index

for TFL ( )

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Facility Work Area Sub Area Assessment Id Risk Rating Hazard

Level

Material

Code

IMC Tradename Keyword Supplier CCS SDS Last Review SDS Date

ENGIE Transport for London 3134791 LOW MEDIUM 279 SHELL COMMERCIAL

DIESEL

ENGIE Transport for London 3147778 LOW LOW 920 BOSS GASTITE

JOINTING COMPOUND

Fuel (Diesel) SHELL UK OIL

PRODUCTS

LIMITED

Jointing Compound THE BSS GROUP

LTD

Yes Yes 26/05/2017 16/02/2016

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 26/10/2016

ENGIE Transport for London 3134811 LOW LOW 1149 OXYGEN,

Gas BOC Yes Yes 26/05/2017 12/06/2017

COMPRESSED

ENGIE Transport for London 3138125 HIGH MEDIUM 1151 NITROGEN,

cryogenic material BOC Yes Yes 06/06/2018 07/09/2016

REFRIGERATED, LIQUID

(8348)

ENGIE Transport for London 3134959 MEDIUM MEDIUM 1153 PROPANE INSTRUMENT Gas BOC GASES Yes Yes 26/05/2017 16/05/2018

GRADE N2.5

ENGIE Transport for London 3138111 MEDIUM HIGH 1671 TRADITIONAL

CRAFTSMAN’S FLUX

ENGIE Transport for London 3134843 LOW MEDIUM 1789 ACETYLENE,

DISSOLVED

ENGIE Transport for London 3134935 MEDIUM MEDIUM 1985 RIDGID WATER

WASHABLE THREAD

CUTTING OIL

Flux

PEGLER

YORKSHIRE

GROUP LTD

Yes Yes 05/04/2017

Gas BOC Yes Yes 26/05/2017 01/02/2016

Cutting Fluid

RIDGE TOOL

COMPANY

Yes Yes 26/05/2017 27/03/2008

ENGIE Transport for London 3147788 LOW LOW 4387 INSTANT NAILS (INST) Adhesive EVERBUILD Yes Yes 11/06/2017 02/02/2015

BUILDING

PRODUCTS

ENGIE Transport for London 3147770 HIGH MEDIUM 8851 1,1,1,2-

TETRAFLUOROETHANE

,

Refrigerant BOC Yes Yes 23/07/2018 08/10/2015

ENGIE Transport for London 3147820 LOW MEDIUM 8943 (AEROSOL) WHITE

GREASE

Grease (Aerosol) AUTOSMART

INTERNATIONAL

LTD

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 24/09/2015

Sealant FERNOX Yes Yes 11/06/2017 21/04/2009

ENGIE Transport for London 3147777 LOW LOW 10842 JET BLUE - JOINTING

COMPOUND

ENGIE Transport for London 3147818 HIGH HIGH 11182 ENVIROCOIL Cleaner ADVANCED

ENGINEERING LTD.

Yes Yes 23/07/2018 24/02/2017

ENGIE Transport for London 3147807 HIGH LOW 11183 READY TO USE

CONDENSER CLEANER

ENGIE Transport for London 3147797 LOW MEDIUM 12823 DESOLV IT

Degreaser

CONTRACTORS

SOLVENT & DEGREASE

Cleaner

ADVANCED

ENGINEERING

LIMITED

MYKAL

INDUSTRIES LTD

Yes Yes 23/07/2018 24/11/2010

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 12/11/2012

ENGIE Transport for London 3402168 LOW LOW 15351 NULLIFIRE M703 / FS703 Sealant (Silicone) TREMCO ILLBRUCK Yes Yes 06/10/2017 23/02/2017

LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3134877 LOW MEDIUM 16686 NITROGEN,

COMPRESSED.

Gas BOC GASES Yes Yes 26/05/2017 19/02/2016

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ENGIE Transport for London 3147815 LOW LOW 16811 BELT DRESSING Anti slip ROCOL Yes Yes 11/06/2017 02/02/2016

SPRAY.

ENGIE Transport for London 3147795 LOW MEDIUM 18272 RAWL R - KEM Filler RAWLPLUG Yes Yes 11/06/2017 07/09/2000

COMPANY LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3138179 LOW MEDIUM 23258 CHLORODIFLUOROMET Refrigerant BOC GASES Yes Yes 01/06/2017 09/05/2011

HANE (R 22)

ENGIE Transport for London 3402152 HIGH LOW 23824 PROMASEAL FIRE Sealant

PROMAT UK Yes Yes 06/10/2017 01/07/2016

COMPOUND

LIMITED

ENGIE Transport for London 3134901 MEDIUM MEDIUM 24219 CH2F2 38,1110 %;C2HF5 Refrigerant Gas BOC Yes Yes 26/05/2017 15/03/2016

17,9557 %;C2H2F4 4

ENGIE Transport for London 3147768 MEDIUM MEDIUM 29234 R408A Refrigerant BOC LTD Yes Yes 11/06/2017 15/08/2003

ENGIE Transport for London 3147769 MEDIUM LOW 39465 N-BUTANE Liquefied Gas BOC GASES Yes Yes 11/06/2017 CHIP SDS

31/8/00

ENGIE Transport for London 3147785 LOW LOW 44527 INVERTIBLE AIR

DUSTER

Cleaner

RS COMPONENTS

LIMITED

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 01/11/2010

ENGIE Transport for London 3147762 LOW LOW 47409 IDENDEN PROTECTIVE

SEALER ET-10

Sealant BOSTIK LIMITED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 08/2014

ENGIE Transport for London 3147845 MEDIUM MEDIUM 50584 GENERIC EXPOSURE Bio-Hazard NOT APPLICABLE Yes Yes 11/06/2017 Derived

TO LEPTOSPIROSIS

ENGIE Transport for London 3167237 HIGH HIGH 52364 CLASS 3

Microbiology VARIOUS Yes Yes 18/07/2018 Derived

MICROBIOLOGICAL

HAZARDS

ENGIE Transport for London 3147808 HIGH HIGH 53238 CONDENCIDE Cleaner (Alkali) ADVANCED

ENGINEERING LTD.

Yes Yes 23/07/2018 23/01/2015

ENGIE Transport for London 3147776 LOW MEDIUM 57653 AC-90 MULTIPURPOSE

LUBRICANT,

Lubricant (Aerosol) ACTION CAN LTD Yes Yes 11/06/2017 25/04/2014

ENGIE Transport for London 3147794 LOW LOW 59603 CONTAX OXIDE Grease (Sealant)

INHIBITING COMPOUND

CTA

W J FURSE & CO

LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3147771 LOW MEDIUM 62064 SUPERSEAL Sealant (Solvent) EVANS VANODINE

INTERNATIONAL

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 09/11/2009

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 01/06/2015

ENGIE Transport for London 3147809 MEDIUM MEDIUM 63079 3M VHB SURFACE Cleaner (Solvent) 3M UNITED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 21/10/2014

CLEANER.

KINGDOM PLC

ENGIE Transport for London 3147803 LOW MEDIUM 63856 VICTAULIC LUBRICANT Lubricant VICTAULIC Yes Yes 11/06/2017 04/2017

SYSTEMS LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3147766 HIGH MEDIUM 68702 C2H2F4 3,8264 %;C2HF5 Refrigerant BOC No Yes 23/07/2018 11/11/2015

35,7815 %;C2H3F3 6

ENGIE Transport for London 3406008 LOW MEDIUM 69497 RS MOISTENED WIPES Cleaner RS COMPONENTS

LIMITED

ENGIE Transport for London 3402121 MEDIUM LOW 70015 SUPALUX- PROMAT Board (Fireproof) PROMAT UK

LIMITED

ENGIE Transport for London 3405330 MEDIUM LOW 70015 SUPALUX- PROMAT Board (Fireproof) PROMAT UK

LIMITED

No Yes 12/10/2017 19/08/2015

Yes Yes 31/08/2016

Yes Yes 31/08/2016

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ENGIE Transport for London 3405331 HIGH LOW 70015 SUPALUX- PROMAT Board (Fireproof) PROMAT UK

LIMITED

ENGIE Transport for London 3405332 MEDIUM LOW 70015 SUPALUX- PROMAT Board (Fireproof) PROMAT UK

LIMITED

ENGIE Transport for London 3147811 LOW MEDIUM 70249 BOSS RED OXIDE Coating

THE BSS GROUP

PRIMER 2.5LTR & 5LTR

PLC

Yes Yes 31/08/2016

Yes Yes 31/08/2016

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 31/10/2014

ENGIE Transport for London 3147804 LOW LOW 90850 IDENDEN T303 SELF

ADHESIVE FOIL TAPE.

Tape BOSTIK LIMITED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 04/2013

ENGIE Transport for London 3147837 LOW MEDIUM 98545 LOCTITE 480 Adhesive HENKEL LTD No Yes 22/03/2017

ENGIE Transport for London 3147834 LOW MEDIUM 100592 3-IN-ONE WHITE

LITHIUM GREASE

ENGIE Transport for London 3147773 MEDIUM MEDIUM 101467 AQUA-GEL II UTILITY

CABLE PULLING LUBRI

Lubricant (Aerosol)

Lubricant

WD-40 COMPANY

LIMITED

IDEAL INDUSTRIES

LIMITED

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 07/03/2017

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 23/04/2013

ENGIE Transport for London 3147772 MEDIUM HIGH 106660 F086 - SEVILLE

DEGREASER

Degreaser

SELDEN

RESEARCH

LIMITED

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 05/06/2015

ENGIE Transport for London 3147791 MEDIUM MEDIUM 123367 MAPP PRO GAS Gas NATIONAL Yes Yes 11/06/2017 18/10/2013

REFRIGERANTS

LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3147838 MEDIUM MEDIUM 123367 MAPP PRO GAS Gas NATIONAL Yes Yes 11/06/2017 18/10/2013

REFRIGERANTS

LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3147763 HIGH MEDIUM 125290 REFRIGERANT R410A. Refrigerant NATIONAL Yes Yes 23/07/2018 18/07/2013

REFRIGERANTS

LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3134953 LOW LOW 131423 RIGID AEROSOL

THREADING OIL

Oil (Aerosol) RIDGE TOOL CO. Yes Yes 26/05/2017 08/08/2013

ENGIE Transport for London 3147774 LOW MEDIUM 135597 WD-40 MULTI-USE

PRODUCT - (AEROSOL)

Lubricant (Aerosol)

WD-40 COMPANY

LIMITED

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 07/03/2017

ENGIE Transport for London 3147822 LOW MEDIUM 139625 EVO- STIK GRIPFILL Adhesive BOSTIK LIMITED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 12/2014

SOLVENT FREE

ENGIE Transport for London 3134915 MEDIUM MEDIUM 143692 ISCEON MO59 (R417A). Refrigerant Gas BOC Yes Yes 26/05/2017 17/10/2006

ENGIE Transport for London 3147817 MEDIUM MEDIUM 143692 ISCEON MO59 (R417A). Refrigerant Gas BOC Yes Yes 11/06/2017 17/10/2006

ENGIE Transport for London 3147799 LOW LOW 144555 MULTI-PURPOSE

DEGREASER

Degreaser RCI INDUSTRIES

LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3147840 MEDIUM MEDIUM 156928 UNIREX N 2 Grease EXXONMOBIL

MARINE LIMITED

ENGIE Transport for London 3147842 MEDIUM HIGH 159421 SUPER SEAL

Additive

CLIPLIGHT

ADVANCED

MANUFACTURING

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 18/05/2015

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 29/11/2014

No Yes 11/06/2017 06/01/2016

ENGIE Transport for London 3147792 LOW LOW 160215 LEAK DETECTOR Aerosol

SPECIALISED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 05/10/2004

SPRAY

AEROSOLS

ENGIE Transport for London 3134906 MEDIUM MEDIUM 160687 R407A Refrigerant Gas BOC GASES Yes Yes 26/05/2017 20/11/2015

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ENGIE Transport for London 3147787 MEDIUM MEDIUM 165161 BOSTIK SPRAYABLE Adhesive (Aerosol) BOSTIK LIMITED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 03/2014

ADHESIVE (858947)

ENGIE Transport for London 3147805 LOW MEDIUM 166243 WELDING AGENT E Chemical PLYSOLENE LTD No Yes 11/06/2017 01/03/2010

ENGIE Transport for London 3147821 MEDIUM MEDIUM 168454 UNIVERSAL 2 STROKE

OIL

Lubricant

PENNINE

LUBRICANTS

LIMITED

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 20/07/2016

ENGIE Transport for London 3507716 LOW MEDIUM 178109 MOLYSLIP FMG Lubricant MOLYSLIP Yes Yes 06/03/2018 15/12/2015

ATLANTIC LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3167225 MEDIUM MEDIUM 179550 LONDON

Dust NOT APPLICABLE No Yes Derived

UNDERGROUND

TUNNEL DUST

ENGIE Transport for London 3147833 LOW MEDIUM 184774 CASTROL HIGH

TEMPERATURE

GREASE.

Lubricant (Grease) CASTROL (UK)

LIMITED.

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 24/08/2017

ENGIE Transport for London 3147825 LOW MEDIUM 193651 ELECTROLUBE

ELETRONIC CLEANING

SOLVENT

ENGIE Transport for London 3138176 LOW MEDIUM 196263 TEMAXOL CUTTING

COMPOUND

ENGIE Transport for London 3167261 MEDIUM MEDIUM 198239 GUANO (BIRD

DROPPINGS)

ENGIE Transport for London 3147814 LOW MEDIUM 201885 SHELL VACUUM PUMP

OIL S2 R 100

ENGIE Transport for London 3147835 LOW MEDIUM 209259 WD-40 SPECIALIST

SILICONE LUBRICANT

Cleaner

HK WENTWORTH

LTD

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 04/2013

Cutting compound GEO. W. NEALE Yes Yes 01/06/2017 24/09/2015

LIMITED

Biological Material NOT APPLICABLE No Yes 06/07/2017 Derived

Oil (Mineral) SHELL OILS UK

LTD

Lubricant (Aerosol) WD40 COMPANY

LIMITED UK

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 12/12/2012

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 07/03/2017

ENGIE Transport for London 3147779 MEDIUM MEDIUM 210560 LOCTITE 577 PIPE Adhesive HENKEL LTD Yes Yes 11/06/2017 11/04/2016

SEALANT

ENGIE Transport for London 3147796 LOW MEDIUM 217713 R-KF2; RP30 Resin RAWLPLUG LTD No Yes 11/06/2017 01/06/2015

ENGIE Transport for London 3147843 MEDIUM LOW 219283 KINGSPAN

KOOLTHERM

ENGIE Transport for London 3147836 LOW MEDIUM 220441 WD-40 SPECIALIST

FAST RELEASE

PENETRANT

ENGIE Transport for London 3138139 MEDIUM MEDIUM 223224 GOTEK LEAK

DETECTION SPRAY

ENGIE Transport for London 3147810 MEDIUM MEDIUM 223337 RTU EVAPORATOR

CLEANER AND

DISINFECTANT

ENGIE Transport for London 3138175 LOW LOW 225696 CENTRAL HEATING

CLEANER F3 (56600)

ENGIE Transport for London 3147841 LOW MEDIUM 231130 PROTECTOR F1

EXPRESS

ENGIE Transport for London 3457435 MEDIUM HIGH 239583 AEROSPRAY WITHOUT

ETHYLENE GLYCOL

Insulation

KINGSPAN

INSULATION LTD

Penetrant (Aerosol) WD40 COMPANY

LIMITED UK

Leak Detection

Cleaner (Alkali)

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 07/2016

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 07/03/2017

GOTEC TRADING

LIMITED

Yes Yes 01/06/2017 09/07/2015

ADVANCED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 05/03/2014

ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner

COOKSON Yes Yes 01/06/2017 29/03/2012

ELECTRONICS

Boiler treatment ALPHA ALENT PLC Yes Yes 11/06/2017 28/05/2015

Fire Fighting

SHANGHAI KIDDE

FIRE FIGHTING C

Yes Yes 12/01/2018 03/09/2008

ENGIE Transport for London 3406020 LOW MEDIUM 240216 BIG WIPES 4X4 Cleaner (Wipes) BIG WIPES

(SYCAMORE UK

LTD)

No Yes 12/10/2017 11/2015

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ENGIE Transport for London 3147806 MEDIUM HIGH 240471 RTU COIL CLEANER

AND DISINFECTANT

Cleaner

ADVANCED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 12/01/2007

ENGINEERING LTD.

ENGIE Transport for London 3147793 MEDIUM HIGH 245928 HYDRO-COIL Cleaner ADVANCED Yes Yes 11/06/2017 23/01/2015

ENGINEERING LTD.

ENGIE Transport for London 3402173 LOW MEDIUM 250316 ACOUSTIC

INTUMESCENT

SEALANT

Sealant

ROCKWOOL

LIMITED

Yes Yes 06/10/2017 06/2017

ENGIE Transport for London 3254550 LOW LOW 252484 ENDOSAN 3 Disinfectant ENDO

No Yes 24/07/2017 07/11/2014

ENTERPRISES LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3147831 MEDIUM HIGH 254713 ENDOSAN 50 Disinfectant ENDO

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 14/01/201428/04

ENTERPRISES LTD

/2016

ENGIE Transport for London 3147784 LOW LOW 263562 ESKI & WORKFORCE

WET WIPES

Cleaner (Wipes)

PARKER

MERCHANTING

LTD

No Yes 11/06/2017 18/08/1998

ENGIE Transport for London 3147816 MEDIUM HIGH 266952 BROMINE TABLETS Water Treatment A & R

Yes Yes 11/06/2017 20/06/2013

PRODUCTS(SOUTH

EAST) LTD

ENGIE Transport for London 3147802 MEDIUM MEDIUM 269897 FERNOX SYSTEM Water Treatment ALPHA ALENT PLC Yes Yes 11/06/2017 17/12/2015

NEUTRALISER

ENGIE Transport for London 3147786 LOW LOW 276232 5 STAR AIR DUSTER Aerosol SPICERS UK No Yes 11/06/2017 07/04/2016

ENGIE Transport for London 3402116 HIGH LOW 291603 ROCKWOOL FIREPRO

ABLATIVE COATED

BATT

ENGIE Transport for London 3405311 MEDIUM LOW 291603 ROCKWOOL FIREPRO

ABLATIVE COATED

BATT

ENGIE Transport for London 3405312 MEDIUM LOW 291603 ROCKWOOL FIREPRO

ABLATIVE COATED

BATT

ENGIE Transport for London 3405313 MEDIUM LOW 291603 ROCKWOOL FIREPRO

ABLATIVE COATED

BATT

ENGIE Transport for London 3489655 LOW LOW 297831 SOLO ES3 SMOKE

CARTRIDGE

ENGIE Transport for London 3560429 LOW LOW 301527 SOLO SMOKE

DETECTOR TESTER

SOLO A10

Insulation

Insulation

Insulation

Insulation

Smoke

Smoke Detector

ROCKWOOL

LIMITED

ROCKWOOL

LIMITED

ROCKWOOL

LIMITED

ROCKWOOL

LIMITED

DETECTORTESTE

RS

DETECTORTESTE

RS

Yes Yes 02/2015

Yes Yes 02/2015

Yes Yes 02/2015

Yes Yes 02/2015

Yes Yes 23/02/2018 12/10/2016

Yes Yes 15/05/2018 26/02/2018

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COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

279

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SHELL COMMERCIAL DIESEL

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

SHELL UK OIL PRODUCTS LIMITED

Fuel (Diesel)

Fuels, diesel 0 - < 100%, C8-C26 branched and linear

hydrocarbons – Distillates 0 - < 50%, Renewable

hydrocarbons (diesel type fraction) 0 - < 50%, Fatty acids,

C16-18 and C18-unsatd., Me esters 0 - < 7%, Cumene 0 - <

0.5%, Naphthalene 0 - < 0.5%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Fuels, diesel 500mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, C8-C26

branched and linear hydrocarbons –

Distillates 1200mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, Cumene

EXPOSURE TIME

Filling AREA Outside Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Flammable liquid and vapour

May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways

Harmful if inhaled

Causes skin irritation

Suspected of causing cancer

May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure

May cause eye irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FLAMMABLE /

ACUTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

16/02/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

279

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SHELL COMMERCIAL DIESEL

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

SHELL UK OIL PRODUCTS LIMITED

Fuel (Diesel)

Fuels, diesel 0 - < 100%, C8-C26 branched and linear

hydrocarbons – Distillates 0 - < 50%, Renewable

hydrocarbons (diesel type fraction) 0 - < 50%, Fatty acids,

C16-18 and C18-unsatd., Me esters 0 - < 7%, Cumene 0 - <

0.5%, Naphthalene 0 - < 0.5%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Fuels, diesel 500mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, C8-C26

branched and linear hydrocarbons –

Distillates 1200mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, Cumene

EXPOSURE TIME

Filling AREA Inside Well Ventilated Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Flammable liquid and vapour

May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways

Harmful if inhaled

Causes skin irritation

Suspected of causing cancer

May cause damage to organs through prolonged or repeated exposure

May cause eye irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FLAMMABLE /

ACUTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

16/02/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1149

MATERIAL/PROCESS

OXYGEN, COMPRESSED

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

Oxygen 100%,

LOW HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Gas

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause or intensify fire; oxidizer

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

METHOD Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

12/06/2017


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1789

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ACETYLENE, DISSOLVED

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

acetylene,

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Gas

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Extremely flammable gas

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May react explosively even in the absence of air.

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

METHOD Cylinder Changing AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

01/02/2016

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Do not extinguish leaking gas flame unless absolutely necessary

Evacuate area - contact local fire service immediately

In the event of large fires contact the local fire service immediately

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Evacuate area

Do not re-enter the area until it has been certified safe by experts

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

16686

MATERIAL/PROCESS

NITROGEN, COMPRESSED.

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

Nitrogen 100%,

GAS

BOC GASES

Gas

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

METHOD Flushing AREA Enclosed Process EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

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appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

19/02/2016


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www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

24219

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CH2F2 38,1110 %;C2HF5 17,9557 %;C2H2F4 4

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Refrigerant Gas

Pentafluoroethane 17.9557%, difluoromethane 38.111%,

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 43.9332%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT Pentafluoroethane 1000ppm 8hTWA ,

difluoromethane 1000ppm 8hTWA OEL,

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3 8hTW

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

15/03/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

24219

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CH2F2 38,1110 %;C2HF5 17,9557 %;C2H2F4 4

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Refrigerant Gas

Pentafluoroethane 17.9557%, difluoromethane 38.111%,

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 43.9332%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT Pentafluoroethane 1000ppm 8hTWA ,

difluoromethane 1000ppm 8hTWA OEL,

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3 8hTW

Connecting AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

15/03/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

160687

MATERIAL/PROCESS

R407A

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC GASES

Refrigerant Gas

Pentafluoroethane 30.0313%, difluoromethane 34.6421%,

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 35.3266%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT Pentafluoroethane 1000ppm 8hTWA ,

difluoromethane 1000ppm 8hTWA OEL,

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3 8hTW

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Minimal contact. Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA

Regulations for further precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

20/11/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

143692

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ISCEON MO59 (R417A).

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Refrigerant Gas

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 50%, Pentafluoroethane 46.6%,

Isobutane 3.4%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT 600ppm 8hrTWA 750ppm

15mSTEL*recommended, 1,1,1,2-

Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3 8hTWA 33600

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

17/10/2006


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1985

MATERIAL/PROCESS

RIDGID WATER WASHABLE THREAD CUTTING OIL

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

RIDGE TOOL COMPANY

Cutting Fluid

2-methylpentane-2,4-diol < 5.00%, 1,2-propanediol < 55.00%,

Triethanolamine < 10.00%, Highly refined mineral oil (IP 346

DMSO extract < 3 percent),

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT 1mg/m3 or ALARP OEL Cutting Fluids (Rec), 5

mg/m3 8hrTWA *OEL oil mist, 25ppm

8hrTWA, 15mSTEL Hexylene glycol

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

Mechanically degraded mineral oil may cause skin cancer

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

ACUTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

27/03/2008


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

131423

MATERIAL/PROCESS

RIGID AEROSOL THREADING OIL

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

AEROSOL

RIDGE TOOL CO.

Oil (Aerosol)

Propane 7.00 - 13.00%, n-Butane 7.00 - 13.00%, Distillates

(petroleum), hydrotreated heavy paraffinic 15.00 - 40.00%,

Distillates (petroleum), solvent-dewaxed heavy paraffinic

10.00 - 30.00%, Mineral Oil, Zinc compounds 1-5%.

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Propane 1800mg/m3 8hTWA 7200mg/m3

15mSTEL OEL, n-Butane 1450mg/m3 8hTWA

1810mg/m3 15mSTEL 600ppm 8hTWA 750pp

EXPOSURE TIME

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Excessive inhalation may cause ill health

Avoid inhalation of aerosol

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear butyl or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

BUTYL OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol.

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responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

08/08/2013


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1153

MATERIAL/PROCESS

PROPANE INSTRUMENT GRADE N2.5

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

Propane 100%,

GAS

BOC GASES

Gas

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Extremely flammable gas

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Propane 1800mg/m3 8hTWA 7200mg/m3

15mSTEL OEL

METHOD Igniting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Do not extinguish leaking gas flame unless absolutely necessary

In the event of large fires contact the local fire service immediately

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Evacuate area

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

16/05/2018


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1153

MATERIAL/PROCESS

PROPANE INSTRUMENT GRADE N2.5

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

Propane 100%,

GAS

BOC GASES

Gas

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Extremely flammable gas

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Propane 1800mg/m3 8hTWA 7200mg/m3

15mSTEL OEL

METHOD Igniting AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Do not extinguish leaking gas flame unless absolutely necessary

In the event of large fires contact the local fire service immediately

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Evacuate area

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 26/05/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

16/05/2018


EXPOSURE SCENARIO REPORT

ID#: 3138111 User making request: Richard Pitt

www.alcumusgroup.com

Fax: Phone: 07855961014

Email: richard.pitt@engie.com Date Created: 01/06/2017

Date Assessment Reviewed Next Review Date: 01/06/2020

Material Code: 1671 Tradename: TRADITIONAL CRAFTSMAN’S FLUX

Supplier Code: 26816 Supplier: PEGLER YORKSHIRE GROUP LTD

Supplier Phone: 0800 156 0050 IMC:

Keyword: Flux Frequency of use: Daily

Approximately how much of the material is

used by one person in one working day:

5 gms

How many people are directly exposed?: 1

Are any other people put at risk from

indirect exposure?:

No How are they exposed?: Potential for skin contact/absorption when

applying product

Potential for inadvertent contact with the

eyes when applying product

Potential for inhalation of fumes and

vapours when applying product

Potential for accidental ingestion due to

poor hand hygiene following use of the

product

Are there any susceptible workers?: No Susceptible Categories:

Other info:

Additional work practices:

Applied using applicator brush/tool

Is this material being used outside of the

normal temperature range?:

No

Existing Control measures:

Exp Limit

Notes

Only to be used by suitably trained and qualified competent persons

Personal protective equipment; heat resistant gloves, safety eye wear, FFP3 face masks, safety footwear and flame retardant

overalls provided

Zinc chloride 1mg/m3 8hTWA 2mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL

Company's Previous name: YORKSHIRE FITTINGS LTD Previous Trade name: YORKSHIRE FLUX Classification based upon contents

stated within suppliers safety data sheet rather than upon suppliers classification.

Files Uploaded

File Name

rUZi5yEe.pdf

yorkshire.pdf

Activities

Act No. Method Area Exposure

7 Hand applying Inside Well Ventilated 1/2 to 2 hours per shift


Work Area

Work Area Code

TFL

Sub Area Code

Safer Substitute Chosen No Reason for leaving/swapping material


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1671

MATERIAL/PROCESS

TRADITIONAL CRAFTSMAN’S FLUX

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

Zinc chloride 10 - 15%,

PEGLER YORKSHIRE GROUP LTD

Flux

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Ingestion may be fatal if not treated promptly

May cause respiratory irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Zinc chloride 1mg/m3 8hTWA 2mg/m3

15mSTEL WEL

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

GRADE 3

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

IF SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CORROSIVE /

ACUTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Assessment does not cover heating.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

05/04/2017


WORKER REFERENCE SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1671

MATERIAL/PROCESS

TRADITIONAL CRAFTSMAN’S FLUX

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

SIGNAL WORD

PEGLER YORKSHIRE GROUP LTD

Flux

DANGER

HIGH HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

METHOD

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift ACTIVITY COMMENTS

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

Assessment does not cover heating.

CONTROL MEASURES

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166 GRADE 3

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CORROSIVE /

ACUTE

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Ingestion may be fatal if not treated promptly

May cause respiratory irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

This worker sheet was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from the full COSHH assessment. Refer to the

full assessment for further information regarding all

aspects of safe use. For advice call the helpdesk on

01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

05/04/2017


COSHH CONTROL SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

REQUEST DETAILS #ID: 3138111 User making request: Richard Pitt

MATERIAL DETAILS Material Code: 1671 MEDIUM UNCONTROLLED ACUTE RISK

Tradename: TRADITIONAL CRAFTSMAN’S FLUX MEDIUM UNCONTROLLED CHRONIC RISK

LOW CONTROLLED ACUTE/CHRONIC RISK

IMC: Supplier: PEGLER YORKSHIRE GROUP LTD

ACTIVITY DETAILS

Act No. Method Area Exposure

7 Hand applying Inside Well Ventilated 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

SCENARIO DETAILS Additional work practices: Applied using applicator brush/tool

Approximately how much of the material is

used by one person in one working day:

5 gms Frequency of use: Daily

How many people are

directly exposed?:

1

Are any other people put at risk from indirect

exposure?:

No

How are they exposed?:

Potential for skin

contact/absorption when

applying product

Potential for inadvertent

contact with the eyes

when applying product

Potential for inhalation

of fumes and vapours

when applying product

Potential for accidental

ingestion due to poor

hand hygiene following

use of the product

Are there any susceptible workers?: No Susceptible Categories:

WORK AREA

Work Area Code

TFL

Sub Area Code

CONSIDERATIONS

Answer

Has the elimination or substitution of this material been considered?

YES

Are appropriate organisational control measures to minimise hazardous exposure undertaken?

YES


Have users been informed, instructed and trained in the use of the relevant COSHH control measures?

Undertaken by suitably trained and experienced persons only and safety briefing completed prior to task

YES

Are procedures to ensure the maintenance of controls in place?

YES

Are procedures to conduct exposure monitoring in place?

exposure monitoring and Occupational health screening for regular/prolonged exposure

YES

Are specific records in accordance with the COSHH Regulations suitably maintained?

YES

Are local area evacuation procedures in place in the event of a significant spillage of this product?

not applicable to this product - minimal quantities in use

YES

Have all actions to be taken in the event of an emergency been considered?

Emergency procedures included within risk assessment and pre-start briefing

YES


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

1151

MATERIAL/PROCESS

NITROGEN, REFRIGERATED, LIQUID (8348)

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

Nitrogen 100%,

GAS

BOC

cryogenic material

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains refrigerated gas; may cause cryogenic burns or injury

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Indirect Exposure AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear cold resistant gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

MONITOR O2

LEVEL

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

IF CONTACT

POSSIBLE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Exposure to operatives within the local vicinity, minimal contact envisaged.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 06/06/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

07/09/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

223224

MATERIAL/PROCESS

GOTEK LEAK DETECTION SPRAY

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

GOTEC TRADING LIMITED

Leak Detection

Nitrous Oxide 1%, Dihydroxyethyl Cocamine Oxide 0.1%,

Mixture of: 5-chloro-2-methyl-4-isothiazolin-3-one and 2-

methyl-2H-isothiazol-3-one < 0.0015%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Nitrous Oxide 183mg/m3 8hTWA WEL

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause allergic reaction in susceptible individuals

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Poorly Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P2

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of small amounts throughout the day

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 01/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

09/07/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

225696

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CENTRAL HEATING CLEANER F3 (56600)

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

LIQUID

Benzotriazole 1 - 5%,

COOKSON ELECTRONICS

Cleaner

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

METHOD Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

ECOTOXIC

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 01/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

29/03/2012


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

23258

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CHLORODIFLUOROMETHANE (R 22)

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC GASES

Refrigerant

Chlorodifluoromethane,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

Harms public health and the environment by destroying ozone in the upper atmosphere

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

Chlorodifluoromethane 3590mg/m3 8hTWA

WEL

METHOD Connecting AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 01/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

09/05/2011


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

47409

MATERIAL/PROCESS

IDENDEN PROTECTIVE SEALER ET-10

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

BOSTIK LIMITED

Sealant

No hazardous constituents as specified in Directive

EC/1272/2008, This product has been classified as per the

supplier's safety data sheet,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

METHOD Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

08/2014


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

125290

MATERIAL/PROCESS

REFRIGERANT R410A.

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

NATIONAL REFRIGERANTS LTD

Refrigerant

difluoromethane 48.5 - 50.5%, Pentafluoroethane 49.5 -

51.5%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

difluoromethane 1000ppm 8hTWA OEL,

Pentafluoroethane 1000ppm 8hTWA

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 23/07/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

18/07/2013


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

68702

MATERIAL/PROCESS

C2H2F4 3,8264 %;C2HF5 35,7815 %;C2H3F3 6

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Refrigerant

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 3.8264%, Pentafluoroethane

35.7815%, 1,1,1-trifluoroethane 60.3921%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3

8hTWA 33600mg/m3 15mSTEL OEL,

Pentafluoroethane 1000ppm 8hTWA

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 23/07/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

11/11/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

29234

MATERIAL/PROCESS

R408A

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC LTD

Refrigerant

1,1,1-trifluoroethane 46%, Pentafluoroethane 7%,

Chlorodifluoromethane 47%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT Pentafluoroethane 1000ppm 8hTWA ,

Chlorodifluoromethane 3590mg/m3 8hTWA

WEL

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

Harms public health and the environment by destroying ozone in the upper atmosphere

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

15/08/2003


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

39465

MATERIAL/PROCESS

N-BUTANE

LOW HAZARD

GAS

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable gas

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

n-Butane,

BOC GASES

Liquefied Gas

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT n-Butane 1450mg/m3 8hTWA 1810mg/m3

15mSTEL 600ppm 8hTWA 750ppm 15mSTEL

WEL

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Do not extinguish leaking gas flame unless absolutely necessary

In the event of large fires contact the local fire service immediately

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Evacuate area

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

CHIP SDS 31/8/00


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

8851

MATERIAL/PROCESS

1,1,1,2-TETRAFLUOROETHANE,

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Refrigerant

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 100%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3

8hTWA 33600mg/m3 15mSTEL OEL

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 23/07/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

08/10/2015


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

62064

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SUPERSEAL

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

EVANS VANODINE INTERNATIONAL

Sealant (Solvent)

Hydrocarbons, C9-C11, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics,


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

106660

MATERIAL/PROCESS

F086 - SEVILLE DEGREASER

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

SELDEN RESEARCH LIMITED

Degreaser

Sodium dodecyl benzenesulphonate 5 - 15%, Limonene 5 -

15%, Coconut oil, reaction products with diethanolamine 1 -

5%, Triethanolamine 1 - 5%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Limonene 150mg/m3 8hTWA OEL

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye damage

Causes skin irritation

May cause an allergic skin reaction

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Excessive inhalation may cause ill health

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection if spill is in a poorly ventilated space

Wear respiratory protection if whole container is spilt

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

BS EN166

GRADE 3

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Ensure access to eyewash station for emergency use

In case of allergic reaction/anaphylactic shock call for immediate assistance from trained first aiders

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

SENSITISER/AC

UTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

05/06/2015


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

101467

MATERIAL/PROCESS

AQUA-GEL II UTILITY CABLE PULLING LUBRI

MEDIUM HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Toxicological properties of material not fully investigated

Causes serious eye irritation

Causes skin irritation

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

IDEAL INDUSTRIES LIMITED

Lubricant

Oxirane, methyl-, polymer with oxirane, monobutyl ether <

10%, Block copolymer of propylene and ethylene oxides <

5%, Triethanolamine < 1%, Potassium hydroxide < 2%,

Bronopol < 0.1%, C.I. Acid Blue 9 < 0.1%, combined


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

135597

MATERIAL/PROCESS

WD-40 MULTI-USE PRODUCT - (AEROSOL)

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

WD-40 COMPANY LIMITED

Lubricant (Aerosol)

Hydrocarbons, C9-C11, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics,


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

57653

MATERIAL/PROCESS

AC-90 MULTIPURPOSE LUBRICANT,

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

ACTION CAN LTD

Lubricant (Aerosol)

Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated heavy 50 - 75%, n-Butane

10 - 25%, Isobutane 10 - 25%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated heavy

800mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, n-Butane

1450mg/m3 8hTWA 1810mg/m3 15mSTEL 60

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

Causes skin irritation

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Inert material - powder

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol spray.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

25/04/2014


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

10842

MATERIAL/PROCESS

JET BLUE - JOINTING COMPOUND

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

FERNOX

Sealant

Diacetone alcohol 5%, Talc 16%, aramid, bentonite, Castor

Oil, Cellulose, Mica, Glycerol ethoxylate,

Polytetrafluoroethylene,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Diacetone alcohol 241mg/m3 8hTWA

362mg/m3 15mSTEL 50ppm 8hTWA 75ppm

15mSTEL WEL, Talc 1mg/m3 Resp8hTWA WEL

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

21/04/2009


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

920

MATERIAL/PROCESS

BOSS GASTITE JOINTING COMPOUND

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

THE BSS GROUP LTD

Jointing Compound

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

METHOD Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

26/10/2016


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

210560

MATERIAL/PROCESS

LOCTITE 577 PIPE SEALANT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HENKEL LTD

Adhesive

Dodecyl methacrylate 1 - < 6%, tetradecyl-methacrylate- 1 - <

3%, 2-phenylacetohydrazide 0.1 - < 1%, Maleic acid 0.1 - <

1%, Cumene hydroperoxide 0.1 - < 1%, N,N'-ethane-1,2-

diylbis(12-hydroxyoctadecan-1-amide) 0.1 - < 1%, 1,4-

Naphthoquinone 0.01 - < 0.1%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

Cumene hydroperoxide 100mg/m3 8hTWA

250mg/m3 15mSTEL OEL

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

Causes skin irritation

May cause an allergic skin reaction

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear butyl or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

BUTYL OR

NITRILE

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

In case of allergic reaction/anaphylactic shock call for immediate assistance from trained first aiders

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

SENSITISER/AC

UTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

11/04/2016


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

44527

MATERIAL/PROCESS

INVERTIBLE AIR DUSTER

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

AEROSOL

RS COMPONENTS LIMITED

Cleaner

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 80-100%, dimethyl ether 5-10%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Not classified as hazardous under the CLP regulations (EC/1272/2008)

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

Excessive inhalation may cause ill health

Avoid inhalation of aerosol

When using do not eat, drink or smoke

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT 1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3

8hTWA 33600mg/m3 15mSTEL OEL, dimethyl

ether 766mg/m3 8hTWA 958mg/m3 15mSTE

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

CONTACT

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air and rest

After a significant exposure or if feeling unwell call for medical assistance immediately

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water for at least 15 minutes

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Use extinguishers suitable for other materials involved in fire

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

01/11/2010


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

165161

MATERIAL/PROCESS

BOSTIK SPRAYABLE ADHESIVE (858947)

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

BOSTIK LIMITED

Adhesive (Aerosol)

Acetone 10 - 30%, n-Butane 10 - 30%, Naphtha (petroleum),

hydrotreated light 5 - 10%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Acetone 1210mg/m3 8hTWA 3620mg/m3

15mSTEL WEL, n-Butane 1450mg/m3 8hTWA

1810mg/m3 15mSTEL 600ppm 8hTWA 750pp

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

Causes serious eye irritation

Causes skin irritation

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear neoprene or polythene gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

NEOPRENE/

POLYTHENE

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye. If irritation persists

then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol spray.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

03/2014


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

4387

MATERIAL/PROCESS

INSTANT NAILS (INST)

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

EVERBUILD BUILDING PRODUCTS

Adhesive

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

METHOD Gun applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

02/02/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

123367

MATERIAL/PROCESS

MAPP PRO GAS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

NATIONAL REFRIGERANTS LTD

Gas

propene 75 - 100%, Isobutane 10 - 25%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Extremely flammable gas

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Isobutane 1900mg/m3 8hTWA OEL

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Do not extinguish leaking gas flame unless absolutely necessary

In the event of large fires contact the local fire service immediately

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Evacuate area

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Connecting / changing canisters. Minimal contact anticipated.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

18/10/2013


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

160215

MATERIAL/PROCESS

LEAK DETECTOR SPRAY

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

AEROSOL

SPECIALISED AEROSOLS

Aerosol

Not classified as hazardous under the CLP regulations: 100%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Not classified as hazardous under the CLP regulations (EC/1272/2008)

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

Excessive inhalation may cause ill health

When using do not eat, drink or smoke

Avoid inhalation of aerosol

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

METHOD Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

CONTACT

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air and rest

After a significant exposure or if feeling unwell call for medical assistance immediately

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water for at least 15 minutes

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

245928

MATERIAL/PROCESS

HYDRO-COIL

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner

Disodium metasilicate 1 - 10%, sodium N-(2-carboxyethyl)-Ndodecyl-beta-alaninate

1 - 10%, 2-aminoethanol 1 - 10%,

Methoxy propoxy propanol 1 - 10%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT 2-aminoethanol 2.5mg/m3 8hTWA 7.6mg/m3

15mSTEL WEL, Methoxy propoxy propanol

308mg/m3 8hTWA WEL

Spraying (Trigger Bottle) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Ingestion may be fatal if not treated promptly

May cause respiratory irritation

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

GRADE 3

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

IF SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CORROSIVE /

ACUTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

59603

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CONTAX OXIDE INHIBITING COMPOUND CTA

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

W J FURSE & CO LTD

Grease (Sealant)

Castor Oil 56%, 2,4-Toluenediisocyanate, castor oil polymer

30%, Quaternary ammonium compounds, benzyl

(hydrogenated tallow alkyl)dimethyl, chlorides, with hectorite

10.75%, Propylene carbonate 3%, Carbon Black 0.25%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

Carbon Black 3.5mg/m3 8hTWA 7mg/m3

15mSTEL WEL

METHOD Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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09/11/2009


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

18272

MATERIAL/PROCESS

RAWL R - KEM

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

RAWLPLUG COMPANY LTD

Filler

oxydi-2,1-ethanediyl-bismethacrylate < 12.5%, Dibenzoyl

peroxide < 2%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

Dibenzoyl peroxide 5mg/m3 8hTWA WEL

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

Causes skin irritation

May cause an allergic skin reaction

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD Indirect Exposure AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or viton gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

VITON

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

In case of allergic reaction/anaphylactic shock call for immediate assistance from trained first aiders

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye. If irritation persists

then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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07/09/2000


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

12823

MATERIAL/PROCESS

DESOLV IT CONTRACTORS SOLVENT & DEGREASE

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MYKAL INDUSTRIES LTD

Degreaser

Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2%

aromatics 60 - 100%, Methoxy propoxy propanol 10 - 30%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-alkanes,

isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2% aromatics

1200mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, Methoxy propoxy p

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CHRONIC

HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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12/11/2012


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

144555

MATERIAL/PROCESS

MULTI-PURPOSE DEGREASER

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

LIQUID

RCI INDUSTRIES LTD

Degreaser

Not classified as hazardous in accordance with Directive

EC/1272/2008 1.00 - 10.00%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

HEALTH HAZARDS

Not classified as hazardous under the CLP regulations (EC/1272/2008)

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

When using do not eat, drink or smoke

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon - inert - water fog - foam - powder

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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18/05/2015


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

269897

MATERIAL/PROCESS

FERNOX SYSTEM NEUTRALISER

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

SOLID

ALPHA ALENT PLC

Water Treatment

sodium metaborate, anhydrous >= 90%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

Suspected of damaging fertility or the unborn child

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

10mg/m3(inh),4mg/m3(resp) dust OEL EH/40

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Dissolving AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P2

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

ACUTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

17/12/2015


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

63856

MATERIAL/PROCESS

VICTAULIC LUBRICANT

MEDIUM HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

Causes skin irritation

Excessive inhalation may cause ill health

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

VICTAULIC SYSTEMS LTD

Lubricant

Fatty acids, tall-oil, potassium salts 70 - 80%, 1,2-propanediol

10 - 20%, Mica 5 - 10%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT 1,2-propanediol 474mg/m3 Vap8hTWA

10mg/m3 Part8hTWA WEL, Mica 10mg/m3

Inhal8hTWA 0.8mg/m3 Resp8hTWA WEL

Dab AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye. If irritation persists

then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

ACUTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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04/2017


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

90850

MATERIAL/PROCESS

IDENDEN T303 SELF ADHESIVE FOIL TAPE.

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

Toluene < 1%,

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

BOSTIK LIMITED

Tape

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

Toluene 191mg/m3 8hTWA 384mg/m3

15mSTEL WEL

METHOD Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

04/2013


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

240471

MATERIAL/PROCESS

RTU COIL CLEANER AND DISINFECTANT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner

Disodium metasilicate 1 - 10%, BIOCIDE:


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

11183

MATERIAL/PROCESS

READY TO USE CONDENSER CLEANER

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

LIQUID

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LIMITED

Cleaner

Didecyldimethylammonium chloride


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

53238

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CONDENCIDE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner (Alkali)

Alcohols,-C11-14-iso-,-C13-rich,-ethoxylated 1 - 10%,

Disodium metasilicate 1 - 10%, Propan-2-ol 1 - 10%, 2-

aminoethanol 1 - 10%, Didecyldimethylammonium chloride 1

- 10%, Trisodium nitrilotriacetate < 1%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Propan-2-ol 999mg/m3 8hTWA 1250mg/m3

15mSTEL 400ppm 8hTWA 500ppm 15mSTEL

WEL, 2-aminoethanol 2.5mg/m3 8hTWA 7.6

EXPOSURE TIME

Spraying (Pressurised/Gun) AREA Inside Poorly Ventilated Up to 1/2 hour per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Harmful if swallowed

May cause respiratory irritation

Very toxic to aquatic life

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

AND

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

LEV AND

FILTER TYPE

A2P2

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

OR STORE

WITH ACIDS

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

CORROSIVE /

ACUTE

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 23/07/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

23/01/2015


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

53238

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CONDENCIDE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner (Alkali)

Alcohols,-C11-14-iso-,-C13-rich,-ethoxylated 1 - 10%,

Disodium metasilicate 1 - 10%, Propan-2-ol 1 - 10%, 2-

aminoethanol 1 - 10%, Didecyldimethylammonium chloride 1

- 10%, Trisodium nitrilotriacetate < 1%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Propan-2-ol 999mg/m3 8hTWA 1250mg/m3

15mSTEL 400ppm 8hTWA 500ppm 15mSTEL

WEL, 2-aminoethanol 2.5mg/m3 8hTWA 7.6

EXPOSURE TIME

Spraying (Pressurised/Gun) AREA Outside Up to 1/2 hour per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Harmful if swallowed

May cause respiratory irritation

Very toxic to aquatic life

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

AND

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

LEV AND

FILTER TYPE

A2P2

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

OR STORE

WITH ACIDS

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

CORROSIVE /

ACUTE

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 23/07/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

23/01/2015


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

63079

MATERIAL/PROCESS

3M VHB SURFACE CLEANER.

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

Propan-2-ol 90 - 100%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

3M UNITED KINGDOM PLC

Cleaner (Solvent)

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Propan-2-ol 999mg/m3 8hTWA 1250mg/m3

15mSTEL 400ppm 8hTWA 500ppm 15mSTEL

WEL

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Highly flammable liquid and vapour

Causes serious eye irritation

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

SPILLAGE

Large spillage-evacuate area & refer to emergency spillage procedure

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection if spill is in a poorly ventilated space

Wear respiratory protection if whole container is spilt

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

HIGHLY FLAMM

/ACUTE HAZ

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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21/10/2014


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

223337

MATERIAL/PROCESS

RTU EVAPORATOR CLEANER AND DISINFECTANT

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner (Alkali)

Alcohols,-C11-14-iso-,-C13-rich,-ethoxylated < 1%, Trisodium

nitrilotriacetate < 1%, Didecyldimethylammonium chloride <

1%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

Trisodium nitrilotriacetate 1mg/m3 8hTWA

2mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Spraying (Trigger Bottle) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

OR STORE

WITH ACIDS

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

ACUTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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05/03/2014


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

223337

MATERIAL/PROCESS

RTU EVAPORATOR CLEANER AND DISINFECTANT

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner (Alkali)

Alcohols,-C11-14-iso-,-C13-rich,-ethoxylated < 1%, Trisodium

nitrilotriacetate < 1%, Didecyldimethylammonium chloride <

1%,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

WARNING

Trisodium nitrilotriacetate 1mg/m3 8hTWA

2mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Spraying (Trigger Bottle) AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

OR STORE

WITH ACIDS

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

ACUTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

70249

MATERIAL/PROCESS

BOSS RED OXIDE PRIMER 2.5LTR & 5LTR

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

THE BSS GROUP PLC

Coating

Solvent naphtha (petroleum), medium aliph. 10 - 30%,

Limestone 10 - 30%, Iron(III) oxide 5 - 10%, Barium sulphate 5

- 10%, Trizinc bis(orthophosphate) 1 - 5%, Hydrocarbons, C9-

C11, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics,


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

201885

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SHELL VACUUM PUMP OIL S2 R 100

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

SHELL OILS UK LTD

Oil (Mineral)

Highly refined mineral oil (IP 346 DMSO extract < 3 percent),

HEALTH HAZARDS

Not classified as hazardous under the CLP regulations (EC/1272/2008)

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

Mechanically degraded mineral oil may cause skin cancer

When using do not eat, drink or smoke

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Highly refined mineral oil (IP 346 DMSO

extract < 3 percent) 5mg/m3 8hTWA

10mg/m3 15mSTEL OEL

Dispensing AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if splash likely

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

NITRILE

IF SPLASH

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

CONTACT

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air and rest

After a significant exposure or if feeling unwell call for medical assistance immediately

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water for at least 15 minutes

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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12/12/2012


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www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

16811

MATERIAL/PROCESS

BELT DRESSING SPRAY.

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

AEROSOL

ROCOL

Anti slip

Cyclopentane 70 - 90%, Carbon dioxide 2.4 - 10%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Cyclopentane 850mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, Carbon

dioxide 9150mg/m3 8hTWA 27400mg/m3

15mSTEL 5000mg/m3 8hTWA 15000ppm 15

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol spray.

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

02/02/2016


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

266952

MATERIAL/PROCESS

BROMINE TABLETS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

SOLID

A & R PRODUCTS(SOUTH EAST) LTD

Water Treatment

1-Bromo-3-chloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin > 96%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

May intensify fire; oxidizer

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Harmful if swallowed

May cause an allergic skin reaction

Contact with acids liberates toxic gas

Very toxic to aquatic life

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

10mg/m3(inh),4mg/m3(resp) dust OEL EH/40

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Dosing AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillage-evacuate area & refer to emergency spillage procedure

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection if spill is in a poorly ventilated space

Wear respiratory protection if whole container is spilt

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

GRADE 3

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

In case of allergic reaction/anaphylactic shock call for immediate assistance from trained first aiders

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

IF SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

OXIDISING /

SENSITISER

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Strongly supports combustion

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Ensure massive dilution with water to cool material

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

266952

MATERIAL/PROCESS

BROMINE TABLETS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

SOLID

A & R PRODUCTS(SOUTH EAST) LTD

Water Treatment

1-Bromo-3-chloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin > 96%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

May intensify fire; oxidizer

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Harmful if swallowed

May cause an allergic skin reaction

Contact with acids liberates toxic gas

Very toxic to aquatic life

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

10mg/m3(inh),4mg/m3(resp) dust OEL EH/40

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Handling/Storing AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillage-evacuate area & refer to emergency spillage procedure

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection if spill is in a poorly ventilated space

Wear respiratory protection if whole container is spilt

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF CONTACT

POSSIBLE

IF CONTACT

POSSIBLE

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

In case of allergic reaction/anaphylactic shock call for immediate assistance from trained first aiders

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Strongly supports combustion

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Ensure massive dilution with water to cool material

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Handling sealed containers, minimal contact envisaged. In the event of a spill please

refer to spillage section

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

143692

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ISCEON MO59 (R417A).

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Refrigerant Gas

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 50%, Pentafluoroethane 46.6%,

Isobutane 3.4%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT 600ppm 8hrTWA 750ppm

15mSTEL*recommended, 1,1,1,2-

Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3 8hTWA 33600

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

143692

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ISCEON MO59 (R417A).

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

BOC

Refrigerant Gas

1,1,1,2-Tetrafluoroethane 50%, Pentafluoroethane 46.6%,

Isobutane 3.4%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT 600ppm 8hrTWA 750ppm

15mSTEL*recommended, 1,1,1,2-

Tetrafluoroethane 4200mg/m3 8hTWA 33600

Connecting AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear heavy duty impervious gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

PRESSURISED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000 / DSEA Regulations for further

precautions.

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

11182

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ENVIROCOIL

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Ingestion may be fatal if not treated promptly

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner

Disodium metasilicate 1 - 10%, Methoxy propoxy propanol 1 -

10%, Sodium dodecyl benzenesulphonate 1 - 10%, Trisodium

nitrilotriacetate < 1%, Quaternary alkyl methyl amine

ethoxylate methyl chloride < 1%, Ethoxylated C7-C21 alcohols

< 1%, sodium N-(2-carboxyethyl)-N-dodecyl-beta-alaninate <

1%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Methoxy propoxy propanol 308mg/m3

8hTWA WEL, Trisodium nitrilotriacetate

1mg/m3 8hTWA 2mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL

EXPOSURE TIME

Spraying (Pressurised/Gun) AREA Outside 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or butyl gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection if spill is in a poorly ventilated space

Wear respiratory protection if whole container is spilt

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

BUTYL

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

AND

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

LEV AND FILTER TYPE P2 WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CORROSIVE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 23/07/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

24/02/2017


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

11182

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ENVIROCOIL

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes severe skin burns and eye damage

Ingestion may be fatal if not treated promptly

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

ADVANCED ENGINEERING LTD.

Cleaner

Disodium metasilicate 1 - 10%, Methoxy propoxy propanol 1 -

10%, Sodium dodecyl benzenesulphonate 1 - 10%, Trisodium

nitrilotriacetate < 1%, Quaternary alkyl methyl amine

ethoxylate methyl chloride < 1%, Ethoxylated C7-C21 alcohols

< 1%, sodium N-(2-carboxyethyl)-N-dodecyl-beta-alaninate <

1%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Methoxy propoxy propanol 308mg/m3

8hTWA WEL, Trisodium nitrilotriacetate

1mg/m3 8hTWA 2mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL

EXPOSURE TIME

Spraying (Pressurised/Gun) AREA Inside Well Ventilated 1/2 to 2 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or butyl gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection if spill is in a poorly ventilated space

Wear respiratory protection if whole container is spilt

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

IMPERVIOUS

OVERALLS

POLYTHENE OR

BUTYL

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

AND

FIRST AID

Ensure access to emergency shower and eyewash station in case of accident or emergency

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips, obtain immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - remove contaminated clothing. In case of burns immerse affected area in water. Get prompt medical attention

LEV AND FILTER TYPE P2 WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CORROSIVE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

8943

MATERIAL/PROCESS

(AEROSOL) WHITE GREASE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

AUTOSMART INTERNATIONAL LTD

Grease (Aerosol)

Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated light 30 - 60%, Petroleum

gases, liquefied 20 - 30%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated light

500mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, Petroleum gases,

liquefied 1750mg/m3 8hTWA 2180mg/m3 15

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

Causes skin irritation

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol.

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

8943

MATERIAL/PROCESS

(AEROSOL) WHITE GREASE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

AUTOSMART INTERNATIONAL LTD

Grease (Aerosol)

Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated light 30 - 60%, Petroleum

gases, liquefied 20 - 30%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Naphtha (petroleum), hydrotreated light

500mg/m3 8hTWA OEL, Petroleum gases,

liquefied 1750mg/m3 8hTWA 2180mg/m3 15

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

Causes skin irritation

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol.

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

168454

MATERIAL/PROCESS

UNIVERSAL 2 STROKE OIL

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

PENNINE LUBRICANTS LIMITED

Lubricant

Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2%

aromatics 1 - 10%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-alkanes,

isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2% aromatics

1200mg/m3 8hTWA OEL

Pouring AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Mechanically degraded mineral oil may cause skin cancer

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

USE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CHRONIC

HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Used oil may contain carcinogenic material

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

139625

MATERIAL/PROCESS

EVO- STIK GRIPFILL SOLVENT FREE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

BOSTIK LIMITED

Adhesive

2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethanol < 1%, Sodium hydroxide < 1%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye irritation

Causes skin irritation

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

WARNING

EXP LIMIT 2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethanol 67.5mg/m3

8hTWA 101.2mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL, Sodium

hydroxide 2mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL

Gun applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - rinse thoroughly with water for 20 minutes - take care not to affect uncontaminated eye

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

ACUTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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12/2014


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

193651

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ELECTROLUBE ELETRONIC CLEANING SOLVENT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

HK WENTWORTH LTD

Cleaner

Pentane 80 - 100%, Propan-2-ol 1 - 5%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness or cracking

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Pentane 1800mg/m3 8hTWA 600ppm 8hTWA

WEL, Propan-2-ol 999mg/m3 8hTWA

1250mg/m3 15mSTEL 400ppm 8hTWA 500pp

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

04/2013


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

254713

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ENDOSAN 50

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

ENDO ENTERPRISES LTD

Disinfectant

Hydrogen peroxide 49 - 49.9%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Hydrogen peroxide 1.4mg/m3 8hTWA

2.8mg/m3 15mSTEL 1ppm 8hTWA 2ppm

15mSTEL WEL

Pouring AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye damage

Harmful if swallowed

May cause respiratory irritation

Causes skin irritation

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Suitable eye protection must be worn

Suitable respiratory protection must be worn

Wear protective overalls & chemical proof footwear

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

BS EN166

GRADE 3

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Ensure access to eyewash station for emergency use

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

Ingestion - give plenty of water in sips

Ingestion - get immediate medical attention

Eye contact - irrigate using eyewash & get immediate medical attention

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

IN UNVENTED

CONTAINERS

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

ACUTE HAZARD

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - inert material

Do not use carbon dioxide - powder

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

184774

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CASTROL HIGH TEMPERATURE GREASE.

MEDIUM HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Mechanically degraded mineral oil may cause skin cancer

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

CASTROL (UK) LIMITED.

Lubricant (Grease)

Highly refined mineral oil (IP 346 DMSO extract < 3 percent),

Proprietary ingredients: Thickening agent, Proprietary

performance additives

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Highly refined mineral oil (IP 346 DMSO

extract < 3 percent) 5mg/m3 8hTWA

10mg/m3 15mSTEL OEL

Gun applying AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

184774

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CASTROL HIGH TEMPERATURE GREASE.

MEDIUM HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Mechanically degraded mineral oil may cause skin cancer

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

CASTROL (UK) LIMITED.

Lubricant (Grease)

Highly refined mineral oil (IP 346 DMSO extract < 3 percent),

Proprietary ingredients: Thickening agent, Proprietary

performance additives

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Highly refined mineral oil (IP 346 DMSO

extract < 3 percent) 5mg/m3 8hTWA

10mg/m3 15mSTEL OEL

Gun applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

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24/08/2017


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

100592

MATERIAL/PROCESS

3-IN-ONE WHITE LITHIUM GREASE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

WD-40 COMPANY LIMITED

Lubricant (Aerosol)

Petroleum gases, liquefied 40 - 60%, Hydrocarbons, C9-C11,

n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics,


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

100592

MATERIAL/PROCESS

3-IN-ONE WHITE LITHIUM GREASE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

WD-40 COMPANY LIMITED

Lubricant (Aerosol)

Petroleum gases, liquefied 40 - 60%, Hydrocarbons, C9-C11,

n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics,


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

209259

MATERIAL/PROCESS

WD-40 SPECIALIST SILICONE LUBRICANT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

WD40 COMPANY LIMITED UK

Lubricant (Aerosol)

Hydrocarbons, C9-C11, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics,


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

209259

MATERIAL/PROCESS

WD-40 SPECIALIST SILICONE LUBRICANT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

WD40 COMPANY LIMITED UK

Lubricant (Aerosol)

Hydrocarbons, C9-C11, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics,


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

220441

MATERIAL/PROCESS

WD-40 SPECIALIST FAST RELEASE PENETRANT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

WD40 COMPANY LIMITED UK

Penetrant (Aerosol)

Hydrocarbons, C7, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclic 40 - 50%,

Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2%

aromatics 30 - 50%, Carbon dioxide 1 - 5%, Hydrocarbons, C7-

C9, isoalkanes 1 - 5%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

1200mg/m3 8hrTWA Hydrocarbon

Recommended, Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-

alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2% aromatics 12

EXPOSURE TIME

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

Causes skin irritation

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Powder - foam - carbon dioxide (CO2)

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol spray.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

07/03/2017


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

220441

MATERIAL/PROCESS

WD-40 SPECIALIST FAST RELEASE PENETRANT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

WD40 COMPANY LIMITED UK

Penetrant (Aerosol)

Hydrocarbons, C7, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclic 40 - 50%,

Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2%

aromatics 30 - 50%, Carbon dioxide 1 - 5%, Hydrocarbons, C7-

C9, isoalkanes 1 - 5%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

1200mg/m3 8hrTWA Hydrocarbon

Recommended, Hydrocarbons, C11-C14, n-

alkanes, isoalkanes, cyclics, < 2% aromatics 12

EXPOSURE TIME

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Outside Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

Causes skin irritation

May cause drowsiness or dizziness

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Powder - foam - carbon dioxide (CO2)

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Intermittent use of aerosol spray.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

07/03/2017


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www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

123367

MATERIAL/PROCESS

MAPP PRO GAS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

NATIONAL REFRIGERANTS LTD

Gas

propene 75 - 100%, Isobutane 10 - 25%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Extremely flammable gas

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Isobutane 1900mg/m3 8hTWA OEL

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Connecting AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Do not extinguish leaking gas flame unless absolutely necessary

In the event of large fires contact the local fire service immediately

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Evacuate area

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Connecting / changing canisters. Minimal contact anticipated.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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18/10/2013


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

123367

MATERIAL/PROCESS

MAPP PRO GAS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

GAS

NATIONAL REFRIGERANTS LTD

Gas

propene 75 - 100%, Isobutane 10 - 25%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

Asphyxiant properties

Extremely flammable gas

Contains gas under pressure; may explode if heated

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

DANGER

Isobutane 1900mg/m3 8hTWA OEL

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Connecting AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Large spillages – evacuate area – assess situation from a safe area

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Shut off at source

Allow to dissipate

If leakage or loss of containment can not be controlled evacuate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

All spills to be handled by designated responders

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BS EN166

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

Shut off at source if safe to do so

Keep containers cool with water spray

Do not extinguish leaking gas flame unless absolutely necessary

In the event of large fires contact the local fire service immediately

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Evacuate area

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Connecting / changing canisters. Minimal contact anticipated.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

18/10/2013


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

156928

MATERIAL/PROCESS

UNIREX N 2

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

EXXONMOBIL MARINE LIMITED

Grease

Mineral Oil, N-1-naphthylaniline


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

231130

MATERIAL/PROCESS

PROTECTOR F1 EXPRESS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MEDIUM HAZARD

AEROSOL

ALPHA ALENT PLC

Boiler treatment

Triethanolamine 25 - < 50%, sodium molybdate (VI) dihydrate

5 - < 10%, Propane 3 - < 5%, n-Butane 3 - < 5%, Benzotriazole

1 - < 2.5%, 1,2-benzisothiazol-3(2H)-one 0.01 - < 0.05%,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT sodium molybdate (VI) dihydrate 5mg/m3

8hTWA 10mg/m3 15mSTEL WEL, Propane

1800mg/m3 8hTWA 7200mg/m3 15mSTEL O

Indirect Exposure AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Extremely flammable aerosol

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

May cause allergic reaction in susceptible individuals

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area and exclude all sources of ignition

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

CONSIDERATIONS

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

IF CONTACT

POSSIBLE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

USE

IF SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Vapour may spread - distant ignition is possible

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Exposure to operatives within the local vicinity, no direct contact envisaged.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

28/05/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

219283

MATERIAL/PROCESS

KINGSPAN KOOLTHERM

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

KINGSPAN INSULATION LTD

Insulation

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet, Rigid Thermoset Phenolic Insulation

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Cutting (Hand) AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P2

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Use extinguishers suitable for other materials involved in fire

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

07/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

219283

MATERIAL/PROCESS

KINGSPAN KOOLTHERM

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

KINGSPAN INSULATION LTD

Insulation

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet, Rigid Thermoset Phenolic Insulation

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD Hand applying AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME 4 to 8 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Use extinguishers suitable for other materials involved in fire

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

No dust generation envisaged

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 11/06/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

07/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

50584

MATERIAL/PROCESS

GENERIC EXPOSURE TO LEPTOSPIROSIS

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Biological hazard

May cause human disease

Effective prophylaxis or treatment usually available

Disease unlikely to spread to the commumity

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

NOT APPLICABLE

Bio-Hazard

leptospira, Including Weils Disease and Hardjio form of

Leptospirosis

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Indirect Exposure AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

If spillage occurs outside of containment zone restrict access to authorised personnel

Follow all requirements of control of infection policy

Use all items of ppe as specified in control of infection policy

All spills to be handled by designated responders

Treat spillage with 5-7% bleach solution to preclude infection hazards

Do not allow re-entry into the area until decontamination is completed and verified

Collect into a hazardous waste bag and seal.

Dispose as clinical waste

FILTER TYPE P3

KEEP SKIN

COVERED

IF CONTACT

HAS OCCURRED

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF SOILED

PROTECTIVE

FOOTWEAR

BIOHAZARD

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND

FIRST AID

If feeling unwell, consult g.p and show assessment where possible

Inhalation - remove to fresh air and blow nose hard

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting

Ingestion - rinse out mouth and give water or milk to drink

Wash all cuts and abrasions thoroughly with clean water

Get prompt medical attention

Eye contact - seek medical advice

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water

If irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Carrying Leptospirosis card,

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

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Derived


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

52364

MATERIAL/PROCESS

CLASS 3 MICROBIOLOGICAL HAZARDS

HIGH HAZARD

SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Severe biological hazard

May cause severe human disease and is a serious hazard to exposed individuals

Effective prophylaxis or treatment usually available

Disease may spread to the commumity

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

VARIOUS

Microbiology

High bio-hazard see below for more details, Microbiological

hazards relating to human excrement

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

METHOD Indirect Exposure AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Mark the area and warn all personnel

If spillage occurs otside of containment zone evacuate area immediately

Follow all requirements of control of infection policy

Use all items of ppe as specified in control of infection policy

All spills to be handled by designated responders

Treat spillage with 5-7% bleach solution to preclude infection hazards

Do not allow re-entry into the area until decontamination is completed and verified

Collect into a hazardous waste bag and seal.

Dispose as clinical waste

ISOLATE AND

QUARANTINE

FIRST AID

Report all accidental exposures

Seek medical attention after any accidental exposure

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Isolate and quarantine the area; prohibit access to non-essential workers.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 18/07/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

Derived


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

291603

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ROCKWOOL FIREPRO ABLATIVE COATED BATT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

ROCKWOOL LIMITED

Insulation

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD Cutting (Hand) AREA Confined Space EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

MONITOR O2

LEVEL

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND

LEV AND

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

EN137 OR

14593/14594

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Use extinguishers suitable for other materials involved in fire

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Confined Spaces Regulations 1997 and your specific Confined Spaces Risk

Assessment for further requirements.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

02/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

70015

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SUPALUX- PROMAT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

PROMAT UK LIMITED

Board (Fireproof)

Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction), Respirable silica <

10%, Cellulose, Calcium Silicate, Mica,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction)

10mg/m3 Inhal8hTWA 4mg/m3 Resp8hTWA

WEL, Respirable silica 0.1mg/m3 8hTWA WEL,

Cutting (Hand) AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P3

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

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DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

31/08/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

23824

MATERIAL/PROCESS

PROMASEAL FIRE COMPOUND

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

PROMAT UK LIMITED

Sealant

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet, Controlled blend of accelerated calcium sulphate,

calcium hydroxide, expanded perlite aggregate and limestone

flour.

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

10mg/m3 (inh) 4mg/m3 (resp) 8HrTWA

METHOD Hand applying AREA Confined Space EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

MONITOR O2

LEVEL

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

LEV AND

EN137 OR

14593/14594

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

SWEEP OR

VACUUM

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog-carbon dioxide

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Confined Spaces Regulations 1997 and your specific Confined Spaces Risk

Assessment for further requirements.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 06/10/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

01/07/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

15351

MATERIAL/PROCESS

NULLIFIRE M703 / FS703

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

TREMCO ILLBRUCK LTD

Sealant (Silicone)

Trimethoxyvinylsilane < 1%, Tetrabutyl titanate < 1%,

Releases methanol on curing

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

Methanol266mg/m3TWA333mg/m3STEL

WEL sk

METHOD Gun applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 06/10/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

23/02/2017


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

15351

MATERIAL/PROCESS

NULLIFIRE M703 / FS703

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

TREMCO ILLBRUCK LTD

Sealant (Silicone)

Trimethoxyvinylsilane < 1%, Tetrabutyl titanate < 1%,

Releases methanol on curing

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

Methanol266mg/m3TWA333mg/m3STEL

WEL sk

METHOD Gun applying AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 06/10/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

23/02/2017


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

15351

MATERIAL/PROCESS

NULLIFIRE M703 / FS703

LOW HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

TREMCO ILLBRUCK LTD

Sealant (Silicone)

Trimethoxyvinylsilane < 1%, Tetrabutyl titanate < 1%,

Releases methanol on curing

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

Methanol266mg/m3TWA333mg/m3STEL

WEL sk

METHOD Gun applying AREA Inside Poorly Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Scoop or scrape up and place in suitable container

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 06/10/2017 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

23/02/2017


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

250316

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ACOUSTIC INTUMESCENT SEALANT

MEDIUM HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause allergic reaction in susceptible individuals

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

ROCKWOOL LIMITED

Sealant

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, Esaplast

G12 1-10%, Nuosept KMB


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

250316

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ACOUSTIC INTUMESCENT SEALANT

MEDIUM HAZARD

SEMI-SOLID

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause allergic reaction in susceptible individuals

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

ROCKWOOL LIMITED

Sealant

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, Esaplast

G12 1-10%, Nuosept KMB


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

291603

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ROCKWOOL FIREPRO ABLATIVE COATED BATT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

ROCKWOOL LIMITED

Insulation

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Cutting (Hand) AREA Inside Poorly Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P2 WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Use extinguishers suitable for other materials involved in fire

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

02/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

291603

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ROCKWOOL FIREPRO ABLATIVE COATED BATT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

ROCKWOOL LIMITED

Insulation

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Cutting (Hand) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P2 WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Use extinguishers suitable for other materials involved in fire

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

02/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

291603

MATERIAL/PROCESS

ROCKWOOL FIREPRO ABLATIVE COATED BATT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

ROCKWOOL LIMITED

Insulation

Full details of constituents not provided by supplier, This

product has been classified as per the supplier's safety data

sheet,

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

Cutting (Hand) AREA Outside EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P2 WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Use extinguishers suitable for other materials involved in fire

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

02/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

70015

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SUPALUX- PROMAT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

PROMAT UK LIMITED

Board (Fireproof)

Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction), Respirable silica <

10%, Cellulose, Calcium Silicate, Mica,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction)

10mg/m3 Inhal8hTWA 4mg/m3 Resp8hTWA

WEL, Respirable silica 0.1mg/m3 8hTWA WEL,

Cutting (Hand) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P3

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

31/08/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

70015

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SUPALUX- PROMAT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

PROMAT UK LIMITED

Board (Fireproof)

Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction), Respirable silica <

10%, Cellulose, Calcium Silicate, Mica,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction)

10mg/m3 Inhal8hTWA 4mg/m3 Resp8hTWA

WEL, Respirable silica 0.1mg/m3 8hTWA WEL,

Cutting (Hand) AREA Confined Space EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

HIGH ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

HIGH CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

MONITOR O2

LEVEL

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

LEV AND

EN137 OR

14593/14594

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Refer to Confined Spaces Regulations 1997 and your specific Confined Spaces Risk

Assessment for further requirements.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

31/08/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

70015

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SUPALUX- PROMAT

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

SOLID

PROMAT UK LIMITED

Board (Fireproof)

Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction), Respirable silica <

10%, Cellulose, Calcium Silicate, Mica,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT Quartz (SiO2) (non respirable fraction)

10mg/m3 Inhal8hTWA 4mg/m3 Resp8hTWA

WEL, Respirable silica 0.1mg/m3 8hTWA WEL,

Cutting (Hand) AREA Inside Poorly Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME 2 to 4 hours per shift

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

MEDIUM CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

HEALTH HAZARDS

Minimal risk of exposure when intact

If dust produced see below

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

SPILLAGE

Avoid excessive exposure to hands/skin - use suitable gloves if necessary

Contain and collect material

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

CONSIDERATIONS

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

HEAVYDUTY

IMPERVIOUS

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

AND LEV OR FILTER TYPE P3

FIRST AID

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

CONTROLLED

STORE /WASTE

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water - carbon dioxide - foam - inert material

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

31/08/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

239583

MATERIAL/PROCESS

AEROSPRAY WITHOUT ETHYLENE GLYCOL

HIGH HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Causes serious eye damage

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

SHANGHAI KIDDE FIRE FIGHTING C

Fire Fighting

2-(2-butoxyethoxy)ethanol < 10%, Hydrocarbon surfactant <

10%, Sodium salt


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FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

297831

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SOLO ES3 SMOKE CARTRIDGE

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

LOW HAZARD

LIQUID

DETECTORTESTERS

Smoke

1,2-propanediol 40 - 50%,

HEALTH HAZARDS

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SIGNAL WORD

EXP LIMIT

NONE

1,2-propanediol 474mg/m3 Vap8hTWA

10mg/m3 Part8hTWA WEL

METHOD Indirect Exposure AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

CONTROL MEASURES

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

IF

OVEREXPOSUR

E LIKELY

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam - inert material

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

Exposure to those in the local vicinity from smoke generated - minimal direct

contact envisaged.

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 23/02/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

12/10/2016


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

178109

MATERIAL/PROCESS

MOLYSLIP FMG

MEDIUM HAZARD

LIQUID

HEALTH HAZARDS

Harmful to aquatic life with long lasting effects

Mechanically degraded mineral oil may cause skin cancer

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

MOLYSLIP ATLANTIC LTD

Lubricant

Amines, C11-14 branched alkyl, monohexyl and dihexyl

phosphates < 1%, 2,6-di-tert-butyl-p-cresol < 1%, Mineral Oil,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

NONE

EXP LIMIT 2,6-di-tert-butyl-p-cresol 10mg/m3 8hTWA

WEL, Mineral Oil 5mg/m3 8hTWA 10mg/m3

15mSTEL OEL

Hand applying AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Ventilate area

Wear nitrile gloves

Wear eye protection if contact likely

Wear respiratory protection for large spills in poorly ventilated areas

Wear protective overalls and footwear for large spillages

Absorb in sand or inert absorbent material

Small spills - wipe up with cloth

Collect into a container, close lid

Dispose or recycle of spillages in a controlled manner

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

LIKELY

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

High pressure injection of material into skin - get immediate medical attention

CLOSE ALL

CONTAINERS

ECOTOXIC

FIRE

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Do not use water jet

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Toxic fumes are produced when material is involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 06/03/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

15/12/2015


COSHH SUMMARY SHEET

www.alcumusgroup.com

FACILITY ENGIE MAIN TFL SUB

301527

MATERIAL/PROCESS

SOLO SMOKE DETECTOR TESTER SOLO A10

LOW HAZARD

AEROSOL

HEALTH HAZARDS

Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

May cause ill health if ingested in quantity

Skin - irritation and dermatitis may result from prolonged contact

May cause eye irritation

CONSIDERATIONS

SUPPLIER

KEYWORD

CONTENTS

DETECTORTESTERS

Smoke Detector

TRANS-1,3,3,3-TETRAFLUOROPROP-1-ENE 85 - 95%, Ethanol 1

- 10%, 1,2-propanediol,

METHOD

CONTROL MEASURES

SIGNAL WORD

DANGER

EXP LIMIT Ethanol 1920mg/m3 8hTWA WEL, 1,2-

propanediol 474mg/m3 Vap8hTWA 10mg/m3

Part8hTWA WEL

Spraying (Aerosol) AREA Inside Well Ventilated EXPOSURE TIME Up to 1/2 hour per shift

LOW ACUTE RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW ACUTE RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

LOW CHRONIC RISK - FULL EXPOSURE

LOW CHRONIC RISK - INDIVIDUAL ACTIVITY

SPILLAGE

Not applicable when intact

In case of leakage or loss of containment:

Ventilate area

Wear protective clothing if whole container is spilt

Allow to dissipate

Wear polythene or nitrile gloves

Ensure area is safe before re-entry

AVOID SKIN

CONTACT

POLYTHENE OR

NITRILE

IF CONTACT

POSSIBLE

WASH AFTER

EXPOSURE

IF HEAVILY

SOILED

FIRST AID

Inhalation - remove to fresh air; get immediate medical attention after significant exposure or if feeling ill

Ingestion - do not induce vomiting, wash out mouth with water

If feeling unwell consult your doctor immediately

Eye - irrigate with water until irritation subsides; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

Skin - wash with soap/cleanser and rinse with water; if irritation persists then consult a doctor

PRESSURISED

FIRE

Keep aerosol cans cool, do not burn for disposal

Isolated small scale fire:

Water fog - carbon dioxide - powder - foam

Large fire: evacuate area, call fire brigade or follow site procedure

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective clothing

Keep containers cool with water spray

Risk of explosion if involved in a fire

ACTIVITY COMMENTS

This assessment was compiled by Alcumus Sypol

Limited from supplier's safety data sheets where

appropriate. Safety in the use of assessments is the

responsibility of the subscriber. For advice call the

helpdesk on 01296 678464

Printed 23/07/2018

DATE ASSESSMENT REVIEWED 15/05/2018 LATEST SAFETY DATA SHEET REFERENCE

26/02/2018

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