Examples of COSHH Risk Assessments are readily available on the Health and Safety Executive website, but where can I find examples showing what a Safety Data Sheet (SDS) should look like? If the SDS is such an important role in chemical hazard communication, surely examples would be prepared to show the level of detail required.
I was working in the lab, planning some work later in the day. I was checking the items needed with a list in my lab note book. In the process, I inadvertently knocked over two beakers, one of which contained solid potassium permanganate and the other, a solution of hydrochloric acid. What should I do?
I am aware that employers must undertake a risk assessment if employees are exposed to certain noise levels. How can I decide if employees are likely to be exposed to these noise levels in the first place?