Printech Archive, March, 2000
HAZCOM and OSHA Labeling Requirements


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From: PNEAC_customer@pneac.org
Date: Thu Mar 02 2000 - 12:17:02 CST


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Question: PLEASE HELP

Hello, I have a friend who works at a
printing press. This press prints mostly
paper documents. He and his co-workers
are required to use a chemical called a
deglazer.
Their boss, however, removes the labels
of the bottle before giving it to
them to use. He and his co-workers have
become very ill recently and he believes
that it may be because of this chemical.
Could you please give me a list of
various possible chemicals that it may be.
*It is called a deglazer.
*It is colorless.
*Very strong odour.
*It has white particals floating in
the liquid.
*Also, one's finger becomes white when dipped
into the liquid.It forms a white residue.

I could then try to indentify it further.

Your assistance woould be greatly appreciated.
   


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