INDUCE VOMITING if any of the following chemicals are
DPD (Diethyl-P-Phenylene Diamine)
Wide Range pH Indicator Solution
Nesslers Reagent APHA
Sodium Hydroxide Standard Solution
Chloride Titrant (Silver Nitrate)
Phenolphthalein Indicator solution
Manganese Sulfate Solution
Sodium Thiosulfate Solution
Standard Barium Chloride Reagent
Reagent K (Acetone and Zylenes)
Refer to the specific Step-BY-Step
instructions relative to accidents
as defined in the paragraphs covering each specific chemical.
SPECTROPHOTOMETER TESTS (figs. 2-11 and 2-12).
trophometer is used to conduct the tests in Paragraphs 2-19a through
Prior to its use the operator should study paragraph 2-18,
which describes the instrument and its operation.
items (lab-ware) for the tests are listed and located on the WQAS -
Preventive Medicine Loading Diagram (fig. 1-5).
In addition to the
chemical precautions given in paragraph 2-18, the following
electrical precautions apply.
When operating with 110/220 volt power sources,
make sure that the power source and equipment
are in ground potential.
Insure that the power
cable connections are correct for the desired
voltage prior to connecting to the power source.
This reagent contains arsenic and
It is poisonous.
May be fatal
May cause burns.
Avoid contact with skin, eyes, or clothing.
Keep containers well closed.
Wash with soap and water.
Eye contact: irrigate
with water for 15 minutes, call physician.
Remove from exposure.
plenty of milk or water.
Follow with dose of milk
Induce vomiting only under medical