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Hazard Communication Plan
Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan Table of Contents
The Minimum Training For A New Employee .6 Inventory List of Hazardous Chemicals .8 Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan To provide and implement a Hazard Communication Plan that complies with the Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA).
Applicability/Eligibility

The NET100 Hazard Communication Plan (HCP) certifies that NET100 has communicated to al NET100 employees about hazards of particular chemicals used in the workplace. Proactive safety measures shal be the responsibility of each employee and NET100’s Senior Management is committed to the enforcement of these measures. The original copy of this plan is maintained and on file at the NET100 corporate office in
General Requirements

The general requirements of the NET100 Hazard Communication Plan are to: • Implement a Hazard Communication Plan (HCP) for al NET100 employees in order to comply with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) 29 CFR 1910.1200 • Indicate which employees are affected by the requirements of this plan; • Indicate who is responsible for maintaining the Hazard Communication Plan; • Indicate who can be contacted when a copy of the plan is needed; • Indicate who is responsible for enforcing the plan; • Maintain and file the original written copy of the Hazard Communication Plan; • Ensure that al new employees that may be affected by this plan are supplied a copy upon hiring, and ensure that al employees requesting a copy, are provided a copy of the plan; and • Update the plan when new chemicals or hazards are introduced into the working environment,
Purchases

The NET100 Materials Manager, or designated employee(s) at each branch office, wil check al chemical purchases request (PR) and verify that a statement Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) appears on each purchase request, before it is processed. Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan Container Labeling
NET100 has implemented the fol owing requirements for container labeling: • The Corporate Safety Officer wil be responsible for monitoring al containers of hazardous chemicals entering the workplace. This wil ensure that the chemical containers are properly 3. The name(s) and address(es) of the manufacturer, importer, or responsible party. • The Corporate Safety Officer wil inspect al new chemicals before authorizing the use of the • The Corporate Safety Officer wil ensure that any chemical transferred to a new or separate container is properly labeled with the chemical name, and posted warnings, including the name and address of the manufacturer, importer, or responsible party. The new or separate container can have a secondary label which may be an extra copy of the manufacturer's label • Employees should contact the Corporate Safety Officer for any questions regarding the • The Corporate Safety Officer wil review the labeling system annual y and update it as
Material Safety Data Sheets
NET100 has implemented the fol owing requirements for Material Safety Data Sheets • The Corporate Safety Officer is responsible for obtaining, maintaining, and filing the MSDS • The Corporate Safety Officer wil review incoming MSDS’s for new and significant health and • The Corporate Safety Officer wil ensure that any new information is given to the affected employees in the most expedient manner possible; • Every project leader must have copies of al MSDS’s specific to each project on their jobsite; • The Corporate Safety Officer wil review each MSDS annual y for accuracy and Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan
The MSDS System

The MSDS system at NET100 includes the fol owing requirements: • A maintained, current master inventory list on file at NET100 for al MSDSs. This list wil be indexed by number to the MSDS referenced on the inventory list; • The chemical name or identity used on each MSDS wil be the same as that used on the • The chemical and common name of al ingredients determined to present a hazard wil appear • Physical and chemical characteristics of the chemical, including vapor pressure, flashpoint, • Fire, explosion, and reactivity hazards of the chemical, including boiling points, flash point, • Health hazards of the chemical mixture, including signs and symptoms of exposure, medical conditions recognized as aggravated by exposure, and primary routes of entry; • Permissible exposure limit (PEL) or any other exposure limit used or recommended by the • Whether the chemical is listed as a carcinogen by the National Toxicology Program (NTP) or has been found to be a potential carcinogen by the American Conference of Governmental • Control measures for the chemical including fire, engineering, and personal protective • General precautions for the safe handling and use of chemicals, including protective measures during repair and maintenance of equipment involving the chemical; • Procedures for cleanup of chemical spil s and leaks; • Date the MSDS was prepared or revised; and • Name, address, and telephone numbers of the manufacturer, importer, or the responsible Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan Employee Information and Training
NET100 has implemented the fol owing requirements for employee information and training: • Before a new employee starts work, the employee's project leader wil review the Hazard Communication Plan (HCP) and each MSDS applicable to the employee's job; • Before any new chemical is used, al employees wil be informed of its intended use. Each affected employee wil be instructed on the safe use and the hazards of the new chemical; • During training, information wil be discussed with employees on the hazards of non-routine tasks and the hazards associated with chemicals contained in unlabeled pipes in their work • During training, information wil be discussed on how to provide other companies working at the jobsite access to MSDS’s for each hazardous chemical the other employer(s) employees may be exposed to while working, including any precautionary measures or emergency • Al employees wil attend additional training, as appropriate, to review the HCP and MSDS; • Appropriate library reference material wil also be discussed during the training sessions and • After attending a training session, each employee wil sign an acknowledgement form verifying that he or she attended HCP training, understand the written HCP, and that a written copy of the HCP was, or has been made, available for their review. The Minimum Training For A New Employee
NET100 requires the fol owing as the minimum training for a new employee: • An overview of the requirements contained in the Hazard Communication Standard, 29 CFR • The chemicals present in the NET100 work environment; • Location and availability of the written HCP; • The physical and health effects of the hazardous material listed on the inventory list of this • Methods and observation techniques used to determine the presence or release of a hazardous chemical in the work environment; • How to lesson or prevent exposure to these hazardous chemicals through use of control or work practices and personal protective equipment (PPE); Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan • Steps taken by NET100 to lesson or prevent exposure to the chemicals listed on the inventory • Emergency procedures to fol ow if exposed to any chemicals; • Location of the inventory list of hazardous chemicals. Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan
Inventory List of Hazardous Chemicals

The fol owing is a list of the hazardous chemicals used in the NET100 workplace. Further information can be obtained from the MSDS attached to this plan or by contacting the Corporate Hazardous Product Area Used in CAS
Chemical Name Workplace Number
AirGas Nitrogen
1 Refrigerated Liquid Compressed Gas
APC Hydrasol
2 Petroleum Solvent Cable Gel Remover Jobsites
2 Monocyclic Terpene Jobsites 5989-27-5
2 Petroleum Solvent Cleaner/Degreaser Jobsites 64742-47-8
Paddock Labs
3 Isopropanol Isopropyl Alcohol 99% Jobsites
Envi-Ro-Tech Duster
Canned Air Jobsites
Hilti CF 116-14
Grip Filler Foam Jobsites

4 1,1,1,2 tetrafluorothane Jobsites
Hilti FS 635 Trowelable
4 Portland Cement Firestop Compound Jobsites 65997-15-1

4 Crystal ine silica (sand)
Jobsites
Jobsites 01332-37-2
Jobsites



Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan
Hazardous Product Area Used in CAS
Chemical Name Workplace Number
Jobsites 65996-61-4
Safety Boosters Jobsites 00055-63-0
Jobsites
Jobsites
Jobsites
Mixed Hydrocarbon/ Hilti
4 Petro-distil ates Spray Lubricant Jobsites
Jobsites 09003-27-4
4 sodium sulfosuccinate
Phenol-Formaldehyde Hilti CC 251 EP
4 Polymer Glycidyl Ether Part A Epoxy Resin Jobsites 28064-14-4
Jobsites 09003-36-5
4 Polymeric ester Jobsites Trade Secret
Part B Jobsites 100-51-6
Jobsites Established
4 1,2-diaminocyclohexane Jobsites 694-83-7
Hilti FS-One
Firestop Jobsites
Jobsites
Jobsites

4 Ammonium polyphosphate
Jobsites
Jobsites 009003-29-6
Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan Hazardous Product Area Used in CAS
Chemical Name Workplace Number
Krylon Indust. Touch Up
5 Propane Spray Colors

5 Methyl Ethyl Ketone

5 Methyl Isobutyl Ketone
Norland Products, Inc.
6 Mercapto-ester Ultra Violet Cure Adhesive Jobsites
Rigid Tool Co.
7 Paraffinic Mineral Oil Dark Thread Cutting Oil Jobsites
Tech Spray, Inc.
8 Isopropanol Isopropyl Alcohol
Tracon Tra-Bond
9 2-Propanone F194 B Primer
Revised 9/13/04 NET100 Hazard Communication Plan Hazardous Product Area Used in CAS
Chemical Name Workplace Number

Tracon Tra-Bond

9 Cumene hydroperoxide F194-A Adhesive Jobsites

9 Acetylphenylhydrazine
Tracon Tra-Bond
9 2-ethyl-4- Methyl imidazole F123 Hardener
Tracon Tra-Bond
9 Epoxy phenol novolac resin F123 Resin
Wheatland Tube Co.
10 Iron (as iron oxide fumes) Pipe Carbon Steel Jobsites
ULTRAJET2000
System Refill
Air Liquide Non-
Flammable Gas Mixture Jobsites
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