ASTM International - ASTM F1127-88(1996)

Standard Guide for Containment by Emergency Response Personnel of Hazardous Material Spills

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Organization: ASTM International
Publication Date: 10 October 2001
Status: historical
Page Count: 6
ICS Code (First aid): 11.160
ICS Code (Protection against dangerous goods): 13.300
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1.1 This guide describes methods to contain the spread of hazardous materials that have been discharged into the environment. It is directed toward those emergency response personnel who have had adequate hazardous material response training.

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April 1, 2013
Standard Guide for Containment of Hazardous Material Spills by Emergency Response Personnel
4.1 This guide contains information regarding the containment of a hazardous material that has escaped from its container. If a material can be contained, the impact on the environment and the threat...
November 1, 2007
Standard Guide for Containment of Hazardous Material Spills by Emergency Response Personnel
This guide contains information regarding the containment of a hazardous material that has escaped from its container. If a material can be contained, the impact on the environment and the threat it...
April 1, 2007
Standard Guide for Containment by Emergency Response Personnel of Hazardous Material Spills
1.1 This guide describes methods to contain the spread of hazardous materials that have been discharged into the environment. It is directed toward those emergency response personnel who have had...
ASTM F1127-88(1996)
October 10, 2001
Standard Guide for Containment by Emergency Response Personnel of Hazardous Material Spills
1.1 This guide describes methods to contain the spread of hazardous materials that have been discharged into the environment. It is directed toward those emergency response personnel who have had...
October 10, 2001
Standard Guide for Containment by Emergency Response Personnel of Hazardous Material Spills
1.1 This guide describes methods to contain the spread of hazardous materials that have been discharged into the environment. It is directed toward those emergency response personnel who have had...
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