Figure 6-1.-Hazardous material label.
produced either intentionally or unintentionally.
They must also determine the source and the
methods of dispersion of airborne contaminants.
Since hazards exist in almost all jobs, supervisors
should examine all tasks to ensure a potentially
unsafe condition is not overlooked.
All hazardous materials used in the Navy must
be labeled. That applies to buckets or cans of
hazardous materials taken from bulk containers.
All hazardous materials received from the Navy
supply system should already be marked with
a label similar to the one shown in figure 6-1.
Hazardous materials used in the work center
are often bought locally, so they are not
properly labeled. In such cases, the supervisor
is responsible for properly labeling the material.
You can order hazardous material labels through
the supply system using stock number 7690-
00-152-0030. For more information on hazardous
material labeling, refer to NAVSUP Publication