A C T I V I T I E S
— ACTIVITY 2 —
Chemical Hazards Cross Word Puzzle
3. _______________ products are chemical products sold to canadians for general household use.
4. Gas escaping from a cylinder can be extremely cold, causing ______________.
7. ______________ is required by law for all workers who use, handle, or
work near WHMIS controlled products.
9. ___________ is the short form for the national system for providing information on the safe use on the hazardous materials in the workplace.
14. A leak in a small, poorly ventilated area could displace oxygen in the air, causing _________________.
18. Workers are required to _______________ in the training programs and to use the information to work safely with hazardous materials.
20. Every worker in Canada has the _________ to know about hazards in their workplace.
21. Suppliers, employers, and workers have different _____________ under WHMIS.
22. Never add water to a _____________ material.
24. The __________ is the person or company that sells or imports
1. __________ causes cancer.
2. _______ product labels and the MSDS before you work with any chemical product.
5. ____________materials cause combustible materials to burn, even without an ignition source.
6. WHMIS became _____ on October 31, 1988.
8. Employers must provide _____________ for workers exposed to hazardous materials.
10. ______________________ materials are organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites that cause diseases.
11. The country that question 9 applies to is __________.
12. A _________________ gas is placed under pressure or chilled to contain it, usually in a cylinder.
13. Work ________________to avoid spills or accidents.
15. Most chemicals should only be used in a well ____________ area.
16. Understand and practice __________________ procedures so that you know what to do in case of a spill or an accident.
17. Dangerously __________ materials are highly unstable.
19. ___________are used to help people quickly recognize the hazard.
23. Always use the appropriate ______ when working with chemicals.