Chemical Safety (including airborne chemicals)

Photo courtesy of L &I. Got hazardous chemicals that can become airborne? If so, follow general safety requirements to evaluate and control airborne exposures

Hazardous chemicals are often found in containers such as spray bottles, plastic carboys, dip tanks, and cylinders.

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Find safety information, rules, and resources designed to prevent chemical hazards.

The basics

What you should know to get off to a good start.

Resources for specific chemicals

Find safety rules, training materials, and program development resources about specific chemicals.

Exposure limits (for airborne chemicals)

Look up Permissible Exposure Limits (PELs).

More help from L&I

For general information, call 1-800-423-7233.

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