Hydraulic lime COSHH assessment form
A pre-filled COSHH Assessment form for hydraulic lime, with some example text reading:
' First aid details:
No known delayed effects. Consult a physician for all exposures except for minor instances.
After significant accidental inhalation: Move person to fresh air. Dust in throat and nasal passages should clear spontaneously. Contact a physician if irritation persists or later develops or if discomfort, coughing or other symptoms do not subside.
After contact with eyes: Do not rub eyes, as additional cornea damage is possible by mechanical stress. Remove any contact lenses and open the eyelid(s) widely to flush eye(s) immediately by thoroughly rinsing with plenty of clean water for at least 45 minutes to remove all particles. If possible, use isotonic water (0.9% NaCl). Contact a specialist of occupational medicine or an eye specialist.
After skin contact: For dry hydraulic lime, remove and rinse abundantly with water. For wet hydraulic lime, wash skin with water. Remove contaminated clothing, footwear, watches, etc, and clean thoroughly before re-using them. Seek medical treatment in all cases of irritation or burns.
After significant accidental ingestion: Wash out mouth with water and give plenty of water to drink. Seek medical attention if symptoms persist.'
This document is:
- Recognised by local authorities
- Recognised by principal contractors
- Suitable for CDM sites
- Approved by H&S managers
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