Skin Contact : Wash thoroughly with soap and water.
Ingestion : DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Rinse out mouth thoroughly and give plenty of water.
Inhalation : If irritation occurs, remove person to fresh air.
General : Get medical attention if any symptoms persist.
The product does not pose a fire hazard. However, packaging materials may burn.
Suitable Extinguishing Media : water, foam, carbon dioxide or dry powder.
This product is not identified according to CHIP.
Dust from mixing or sanding may irritate the respiratory system, skin and eye.
Accidental release measures
Avoid creating dust, personal protection for recommended personal protective equipment.
Prevent plasters from contaminating drains.
Plaster can be mixed with pure water, avoid eye contact or prolonged, repeated contact with skin.
Handling and Storage
Use : Minimize dust generation when loading, unloading, opening & mixing or sanding plasters in poorly ventilated places.
Manual handling : Supplied in approximately 25kg bags use an appropriate lifting technique. Do not use hooks.
Mechanical handling : In order to maintain the stability of the palletized load, it is important that the lift truck fork length and centers support the load.
Storage : Store in dry conditions. All powdered product can settle in transport. To maintain stability, place pallets on firm level ground. Do not stack more than one lift high.
Respiratory : Used in well-ventilated area. Where practicable use engineering methods to control dust level. If the exposure standards could be exceeded use a disposable face mask complying with EN 149 EEP2.
Skin : Wear appropriate clothing to protect against repeated or prolonged skin contact.
Eye : If there is risk of material entering the eye, wear eye protection to BS EN 166.
Wastage from gypsum products are normally classified as ‘non-hazardous’ but should not be co-disposed with municipal waste. Dispose at an authorized landfill site in accordance with the Waste Management Licensing Regulations.