Terminant msds 2009

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET: TERMINANT ANT, TERMITE AND SPIDER SPRAY Hazardous according to criteria of Worksafe Australia Heiniger Home & Garden Care Pty. Ltd. 5 Devon Street, Lonsdale, South Australia, 5160. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET: TERMINANT ANT, TERMITE AND SPIDER SPRAY Swal owed: Low toxicity. Toxic effects are not expected unless ingestion of large amounts. Aspiration in the lungs may cause pulmonary injury. Eye: The concentrate may cause some irritation. Skin: Repeated contact may cause moderate irritation. Inhaled: Prolonged exposure may cause irritation to the eyes and respiratory tract, may cause headaches, dizziness and nausea. Moderate hazard Swal owed: If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information. If swal owed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water Eye: If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes. Lift upper and lower lids to ensure complete irrigation of the eye. See a Doctor. Skin: If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with soap and water. If skin is irritated, see a Doctor. Inhaled: Remove to fresh air until recovered. Consult a Doctor. If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Treat symptomatical y. Advise doctor of presence of liquid hydrocarbons. No special precautions required. Natural only. Local exhaust in confined spaces. Respirator Type: Approved agricultural respirator. Eye Protection: Chemical goggles (with sides) or face shield. Clothing: Overal s, impervious boots and washable hat. Other: Remove and launder al contaminated clothing before eating, drinking or smoking and at the end of each working day. Fire Hazards: Product can form flammable mixtures or can burn only upon heating to temperatures at or above the flash point. Sources of Ignition Advice: Store away from ignition sources. MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET: TERMINANT ANT, TERMITE AND SPIDER SPRAY Do not ship or store with food, feedstuffs, clothing or drugs. Keep out of reach of children. Handle with care. Product toxic if absorbed by skin contact, inhaled or swal owed. Practice good hygiene. Temperature Conditions: Store at ambient temperature. Do not overheat. Storage Incompatibilities: Avoid acid and oxidising material. Clean Up Spil s/Leaks: Absorb with clay or earth. Prevent contamination of water Precautions for Clean Up Crew: Wear ful protective clothing. Disposal Method: Bury clean-up material from spil s in an approved landfil in accordance with state and/or local government regulations. Hazards of Use/Storage: Combustible. Avoid acid and oxidising materials. List of Dangerous Decomposition or Combustion Nitrogen oxide, hydrogen chloride and phosgene may result Types of Extinguisher/Fire-Fighting Agents: Water fog, foam, dry chemical or CO2 Precautions: May produce toxic fumes under fire conditions. Wear self Protective Clothing: Ful protective clothing. Reactivity: Avoid acid and oxidising materials. Stable under normal Always read the product label before use. Telephone Number: 1300 739 399 (Business Hours) Poisons Information Centre (Australia): 131126 THE INFORMATION PRESENTED HEREIN IS GIVEN IN GOOD FAITH BUT NO WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, IS MADE. THE INFORMATION IS NOT INTENDED TO BE ALL-INCLUSIVE AND THE MANNER AND CONDITIONS OF USE AND HANDLING MAY INVOLVE OTHER OR ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS. ALWAYS READ THE PRODUCT LABEL BEFORE USE AND CONSULT HEINIGER HOME & GARDEN CARE PTY. LTD.

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CURRICULUM VITAE Jukka Rantanen, Professor Ph.D. EDUCATION: Docent (Phys. Pharm.) Department of Pharmacy, University of Helsinki Department of Pharmacy, University of Helsinki EMPLOYMENTS: Professor Viikki Drug Discovery Technology Center (DDTC), University of Helsinki, Finland Department of Industrial and Physical Pharmacy, Purdue University (IN), USA Viikki Drug Discovery


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