[Essay Help]: BOS 3640, Interactions Of Hazardous Materials
BOS 3640, Interactions Of Hazardous Materials. Your company has been contracted to assess and cleanup a site that previously had a manufacturing facility for an organochlorine pesticide (i.e., aldrin, chlordane, dieldrin, eldrin, or heptachlor). You are tasked with shipping these wastes off-site to a treatment, storage, disposal facility (TSDF) for disposal.
Review the information found in the 16-point GHS SDS for at least two of the organochlorine pesticides detailed in this question. Describe how you would prepare for transport of these materials and ensure proper shipping documentation based on DOT regulations (hazard class, descriptions, labels, markings, and placards). Describe the importance of having these regulations in place when transporting hazardous materials.
In the event that there is an emergency release of the material while being transported, describe the chemical properties, uses, and ill effects that first responders may encounter upon arrival to the scene.
Summarize the information found in the SDS, and explain how that information prepares EHS and FS professionals to assess and mitigate workplace hazards related to organochlorine pesticides during the assessment and cleanup phases of the project.
On the essay, make sure you discuss organochlorine (organic compound with chlorine in its composition) even though it is in a mixture or solution as described in some SDSs. Do not use the SDS of the material that is mostly methanol. Focus on the pesticides. Also, do not copy the SDS word by word – you have to summarize only the required information to answer the essay question.
Your essay must be at least one page in length. You are required to cite the relevant SDS in your response as well as at least one other sources. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced. Paraphrased and/or quoted materials must have accompanying citations in APA format.
BOS 3640, Interactions Of Hazardous Materials
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