Chemical Hazardous

 A chemical hazard may be a sort of hazard caused by exposure to chemicals within the workplace. Exposure to chemicals within the workplace can cause acute or long-term detrimental health effects. There are many sorts of hazardous chemicals, including neurotoxins, immune agents, dermatologic agents, carcinogens, reproductive toxins, systemic toxins, asthmagens, pneumoconiotic agents, and sensitizers.[1] These hazards can cause physical and/or health risks. Depending on chemical, the hazards involved could also be varied, thus it's important to understand and apply the PPE especially during the lab. Long-term exposure to chemicals like silica dust, engine exhausts, tobacco smoke, and lead (among others) are shown to extend risk of heart condition, stroke, and high vital sign. Chemicals can change their physical state counting on temperature or pressure. Thus it's important to spot the health risks as these states can determine the potential route the chemical will take. For example, gas state chemicals are going to be inhaled or liquid state chemicals are often absorbed by the skin. Hazard pictographs are a kind of labeling system that alerts people at a look that there are hazardous chemicals present. The symbols help identify whether the chemicals that are going to be in use may potentially cause physical harm, or harm to the environment. The symbols are distinctive, as they are shaped like diamonds with red borders.