Ammonia

UN N°: 1005
MARPOL Classification: n/a
SEBC Classification: GD (gas / dissolver)

Toxic, dangerous for the environment

Ammonia
Ammonia

Table of Contents 

 

A WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT AMMONIA

 

B FIRST LINE EMERGENCY DATA

B.1 - First aid information
B.2 - ID card
B.3 - Physical data
B.4 - Flammability data
B.5 - Toxicological data
B.6 - Ecotoxicological data
B.7 - Persistence in the environment
B.8 - Classification
B.9 - Particular risks
B.10 - Transportation, handling, storage

 

C RESULTS OF ACCIDENT SCENARIOS

C.1 - Reminder of chemical properties
C.2 - Accident scenarios
C.3 - Consumption scenarios

 

D RESPONSE

D.1 - Examples of ammonia spills
D.2 - Response recommendations
D.3 - Response techniques
D.4 - Choosing personal protective equipment (PPE)
D.5 - Measuring devices and waste treatment

 

E FURTHER INFORMATION

E.1 - Glossary
E.2 - Acronyms
E.3 - Useful websites
E.4 - Bibliography
E.5 - Photo sources

 

Annexes

Annex 1: summary and additional physical and toxicological data
Annex 2: fax format data card

 

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Document

Editor
Cedre
Date
01/12/2006
Paper version
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