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7-16. 7-17. 7-18. 7-19. 7-20. In using or handling dry-cleaning  solvent,  which  of the  following  actions  would  be considered   hazardous? 1. Not  inhaling  the  solvent vapors 2. Stowing the solvent in a well-ventilated   space 3. Using solvent in a space with  no  ventilation 4. Keeping  exhaust  vents  in the  dry-cleaning  plant clean and free of dirt and lint Smoking  is  permitted  in  areas where dry-cleaning solvent is being  handled. 1. True 2. False When  a  solvent  spill  occurs  in the  dry-cleaning  plant,  what actions  should  you  take  to ventilate  the  space? 1. Close  all  doors,  turn  on the  supply  vent,  and  secure the  exhaust  vent 2. Open  all  doors  and  secure both  the  supply  and  exhaust vents 3. Close all doors and turn on the supply fan 4. Open all doors and turn on the exhaust fan Small  solvent  spills  should  be cleaned up using which of the following  materials? 1. A rag 2. A paper towel 3. A  sorbent 4. A mop Once  a  solvent  spill  is  cleaned up,  the  solvent-laden  material will be placed in a closed container  and  the  container disposed of in which of the following  ways? 1. Dumped in the dumpster on the pier 2. Disposed of at sea 3. Released  to  a  licensed reclaimer 7-21. To  eliminate  hazards  associated with  the  use  of  dry-cleaning solvent,  which  of  the  following precautions  should  you  take  in the  dry-cleaning  plant? 1. Use the buddy system 2. Operate  and  maintain dry-cleaning  equipment properly 3. Guard  against  the  hazardous properties  of  the  solvent 4. All of the above IN  ANSWERING  QUESTIONS  7-22  THROUGH 7-24, SELECT FROM COLUMN B THE MOST APPROPRIATE  ACTION  TO  TAKE  FOR  THE HEALTH  HAZARD  ENCOUNTERED  IN  COLUMN  A. A. HAZARDS B. ACTIONS 7-22. 7-23. 7-24. Inhaling  the  1. solvent Contacting  the skin with the solvent liquid Splashing solvent liquid into the eyes 2. 3. Flush or rinse with water and obtain medical care Wash affected area with plenty of soap and water Remove person  from contaminated area to fresh air and start artificial respiration if  person stops breathing 7-25. Dry-cleaning  solvents  should not be stowed near strong alkalies. 1. True 2. False 4. Flushed  down  the  commode 61

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