Kodak J-98A user manual

User manual for the device Kodak J-98A

Device: Kodak J-98A
Size: 0,21 MB
Date of adding : 2014-06-22 15:20:16
Number of pages: 6
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Summary of the content on the page No. 1

Safe Handling of Photographic
Processing Chemicals
Kodak’s health, safety,
and environmental
product labels, instruction sheets,
and packaged products. Kodak also
publications are available
provides labels for processor and
Every substance we come in to
replenishment tanks. Kodak
contact with is composed of
to help you manage your
evaluates photographic processing
chemicals— the food we eat, the air
chemicals for pote

Summary of the content on the page No. 2

Kodak provides customers with YOUR LAB’S HEALTH AND PERSONAL PROTECTIVE MSDSs for all photographic SAFETY PROGRAM EQUIPMENT processing chemicals. If you need replacement(s) or extra MSDSs for The Occupational Safety and Health OSHA requires that personal any Kodak chemical, call 1-800-242- Administration (OSHA) Hazard protective equipment (PPE) be used 2424, extension 43. You will need to Communication Standard requires in the workplace whenever the supply the catalog (CAT) number of ch

Summary of the content on the page No. 3

• Avoid contact with chemicals • Change and launder clothing CONTACT DERMATITIS whenever possible. Handle worn while handling chemicals. chemical solutions carefully to If photographic processing Dermatitis is the medical term used avoid splashing. Keep all PPE chemicals are splashed or spilled to describe a skin inflammation. (gloves, goggles, apron, etc.) free on your clothes, immediately Contact with some materials, such of chemical residues. rinse the clothes to remove the as acid

Summary of the content on the page No. 4

photographic processing chemicals • Proper Equipment Operation and Maintenance include: VENTILATION Indoor air quality can be impacted • General Ventilation by how the processing equipment Proper ventilation is important to Dilution ventilation or general is operated and maintained. It is ventilation is simply bringing in assure a safe and comfortable indoor important to follow the and distributing enough fresh air environment for photographic manufacturer’s recommended uncontaminated

Summary of the content on the page No. 5

chemical residue. Use water to rinse • Use the proper containers— For more information on silver photographic processing the skin area where the chemical recovery, see KODAK Publication chemicals should only be stored in contact took place. If the chemical is J-212, The Technology of Silver the containers in which they were a developer, wash with a pH- Recovery for Photographic Processing originally delivered. Do not balanced cleanser, like Phisoderm, Facilities. transfer chemicals into

Summary of the content on the page No. 6

J-311 Hazard Communication for Photographic MORE INFORMATION Processing Facilities J-312 Personal Protective Equipment Requirements If you have environmental or safety questions in Photographic Processing Facilities about Kodak products or services, contact Kodak J-313 Occupational Noise Exposure Requirements Environmental Services at 1-585-477-3194, for Photographic Processing Facilities between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. (Eastern time) or visit J-314 Indoor Air Quality and Ventilation in KES on

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