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OSHA Hazardous Waste Sites: Causes of Emergencies at Hazardous Waste Sites Mobile App

The nature of work at hazardous waste sites makes emergencies a continual possibility, no matter how infrequently they may actually occur. Emergencies happen quickly and unexpectedly and require immediate response. At a hazardous waste site, an emergency may be as limited as a worker experiencing heat stress, or as vast as an explosion that spreads toxic fumes throughout a community. Any hazard on site can precipitate an emergency: chemicals, biologic agents, radiation or physical hazards may act alone or in concert to create explosions, fires, spills, toxic atmospheres, or other dangerous and harmful situations. The OSHA Hazardous Waste Sites: Causes of Emergencies at Hazardous Waste Sites mobile app lists common causes of site emergencies.

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    Location

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    Minor accidents (slips, trips, falls).

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    Chemical exposure

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    Medical problems (host stress, heat stroke, aggravation of pro-existing conditions).

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    Physical injury (injuries from hot or flying objects, loose clothing entangling in machinery, ser...

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    Electrical (burns, shock, electrocution).

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    Fire.

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    Explosion.

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    Leak.

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    Release of toxic vapors.

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    Reaction of incompatible chemicals.

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    Collapse of containers.

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    Discovery of radioactive materials.

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