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Hazardous Chemical Safety Guide for the Machining and Metalworking Industries
by Stanley A. Greene, Richard P. Pohanish

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Hardcover - 833 pages (November 12, 1998)
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing; ISBN: 0070504997 
Dimensions (in inches): 2.66 x 7.76 x 9.56

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This industry-specific problem-solver was designed especially for those working with OSHA, EPA, and state regulatory compliance in the metal forming and fabricating industries. Perfect for small or large firms, this comprehensive and unique handbook provides essential information on 400 hazardous chemicals commonly used in fabricating and forming shapes from ferrous and nonferrous metals; metal surface preparation; finishing, including electroplating, plating, polishing, anodizing, coloring, and coating. Perfect for your heavily regulated industry segment, this book is packed with all the facts, regulation summaries, safety data, and compliance standards you require. You need no other source--and you'll find no better guide to dealing with every aspect of the hazardous chemicals used in machining and metalworking--than this unique, convenient, and easy-to-use reference.

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Your first data source for hundreds of hazardous chemicals. Perfect for small or large firms, this comprehensive and unique handbook provides essential information on 400 hazardous chemicals commonly used in: fabricating and forming shapes from ferrous and nonferrous metals; metal surface preparation; finishing, including electroplating, plating, polishing, anodizing, coloring, and coating. Vital information in an easy-access format. Summaries of all environmental regulations. Special chapter on the hazards of metalworking fluids. Extensive directory listings: Hotlines and databases; government agencies; trade associations; government publications; reference books; lists of oxidizing materials; poison control centers and phone numbers; glossary and other indexes.

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