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Burplux Soda Company / James Collander / 4 Jan 2019
Chemical Risk Assessment Form
Inspection score
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Failed items
2
Created actions
2
Client / Site
Burplux Soda Company
Location
Baltimore, MD
Conducted on

4th Jan, 2019

1:59 PM +08

Prepared by
James Collander
Failed items
2
Audit / Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 1 / Risk Rating
Is the exposure adequately controlled?
No
Notes
Some containers do not have covers even if they are not being accessed.
Audit / Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 2 / Risk Rating
Is the exposure adequately controlled?
No
Notes
Some phosphoric acid batches are stored in used glycerol containers with incorrect labeling.
Actions
2
Audit
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Hazard Identification
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Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use
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Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 1
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Glycerol
State/Figure
Liquid
What is this used for?
Artificial Sweetener
Location of the process or work where the chemical is used
Production floor
People at Risk
Employees
Hazard
Harmful
Serious eye irritation
Flammable
Indicate below which route(s) of exposure the substance takes
Skin
Eyes
Ingestion
List the risks to health below from exposure to the substance
May cause eye irritation. allergic skin reaction, slipping if spilled on the floor, can be poisonous when large amounts are ingested.
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 1 / Containment and Disposal
Containment measure and disposal method
Some containers do not have covers even if they are not being accessed. Small amounts are disposed of in sinks.
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 1 / Prevention of Hazards
1
Prevention of Hazards
Workers wear safety goggles, gloves and protective clothing. However, some containers are exposed and chemical materials are exposed.
Photos of identified hazards and annotations.
Photos
Actions
To do
Remind workers to cover all chemical containers that are not being used. Reinforce practice.
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 1 / Risk Rating
1
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Is the exposure adequately controlled?
No
Notes
Some containers do not have covers even if they are not being accessed.
Risk rating after following control measures
HIGH
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 1 / Recommendations
Recommendations
Production managers should be strict with regards to exposed chemicals. All containers must be covered when not in use.
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 2
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Phosphoric Acid
State/Figure
Liquid
What is this used for?
Food additive for flavor
Location of the process or work where the chemical is used
Production floor
People at Risk
Employees
Hazard
Acute Toxicity
Corrosive
Serious eye irritation
Indicate below which route(s) of exposure the substance takes
Skin
Eyes
Ingestion
List the risks to health below from exposure to the substance
Harmful if swallowed in large amounts. Causes severe skin burns and eye damage.
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 2 / Containment and Disposal
Containment measure and disposal method
Some phosphoric acid batches are stored in used glycerol containers with incorrect labeling. Acid is usually diluted before disposal.
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 2 / Prevention of Hazards
1
Prevention of Hazards
Protective gear for eyes, skin, and face are worn by workers. Some phosphoric acid batches are stored in used glycerol containers with incorrect labeling.
Actions
To do
Phosphoric acid must be stored in their original containers, and should not be mixed up with the glycerol containers.
Photos of identified hazards and annotations.
Photos
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 2 / Risk Rating
1
0.00%
Is the exposure adequately controlled?
No
Notes
Some phosphoric acid batches are stored in used glycerol containers with incorrect labeling.
Risk rating after following control measures
HIGH
Hazard Identification / Add chemical in use / Chemical 2 / Recommendations
Recommendations
Phosphoric acid must be kept in its original container with proper labeling. Incorrect labeling can cause chemical mix-ups and accidents.
Completion
Full Name and Signature of the Inspector
James Collander
4th Jan, 2019 2:00 PM +08
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