problem1. It is common which people are exposed to more than one hazardous substance at a time. The different substances might interact such that one substance might change the toxicity of one or more of the chemicals present. Discuss and describe the possible interactions which might take place supporting your answer with appropriate instance.
problem2. What are the major kinds of asphyxiants? How do they influence the body?
problem3. What do you understand by the phrase ‘carcinogen’? What are the two mechanisms by which cancer might be caused?
problem4. There is a range of dissimilar techniques which might be employed to process and fabricate metal products. This includes grinding, welding and machining (or flame cutting) of metals and metal alloys. Discuss and illustrate the main hazardous substances faced throughout these process operations and their associated health effects.
problem5. What are the major hazardous substances faced throughout painting operations?
problem6. What are the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals?
problem7. In brief describe 3 major kinds of sources of information about health effects of hazardous substances?
problem8. What is the Strategic Approach to International Chemicals Management, SAICM?