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REPUBLIC POLYTECHNIC

SEG
CHEMICAL MANAGEMENT
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QEHS Work Instruction
WISP-SEG-08 Rev 010
Effective Date: 19/08/2009

PURPOSE
To specify requirements for purchasing, receiving, storing, labeling, handling and
transporting of chemicals and substances, and the disposal of its waste.

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SCOPE
This procedure is applicable to all functions and activities involving the use, handling
and processing of chemicals and substances.

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RESPONSBILITY
3.1
The OES and Schools shall be responsible to ensure that contractors and
employees under their respective management are aware of the hazards associated
with the chemicals they are handling, and are trained to use, store, handle and
transport the chemicals responsibly (see Material Safety Data Sheets on the proper
handling of all chemicals, Hardcopies of MSDS of substances that are available in the
laboratories are filed and indexed at designated storage cabinets at the laboratories.
Up-to-date online versions of MSDS can also be found at
http://www.msdssearch.com/DBLinksN.htm or
http://www.mallbaker.com/Americas/catalog/default.asp?searchfor=msds).

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All employees who handle chemicals need to follow the requirements that are laid
down in this procedure.
3.3
The OES/relevant school is responsible to engage technical assistance for the
handling, collection and disposal of hazardous wastes generated by the activities of the
respective department. The OES/relevant school shall ensure that only waste
collectors and transporters licensed with the National Environment Agency (NEA) are
appointed.

3.4

The OES/relevant school is responsible for managing the hazardous wastes. He shall
ensure that appropriate means of waste collection and suitable storage locations are
provided to facilitate waste disposal and segregation.

3.5

The OES/relevant school shall be responsible to register with the NEA's electronic
consignment
note
system
(http://broadband.env.gov.sg/eTracking/frm_cmn_Login.asp http://app.nea.gov.sg/cms/h
tdocs/article.asp?pid=1531#E-Tracking) for reporting the consignment details after
each collection of hazardous waste.

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The relevant school generating hazardous wastes are responsible for ensuring that the
wastes are properly separated, collected in good suitable containers and arranged
properly in their school’s designated areas or in the designated central storage area.

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DEFINITIONS
Hazardous Substance: any substance which owing to its nature, composition or
quantity constitutes a danger to human health or the environment.
Hazardous waste means any waste that is generated from processes that involved
hazardous substances.
A list of controlled and hazardous substances is found in Appendix I.

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RELATED DOCUMENTS/REFERENCES

5.1

Guidelines on Prevention and Control of chemical hazard by Ministry of Manpower
http://www.mom.gov.sg/Documents/safety-health/factsheets-circulars/Prevention
%20and%20Control%20of%20Chemical%20Hazards.pdf
http://www.mom.gov.sg/publish/etc/medialib/mom_library/Workplace_Safety/bc_chemic
als.Par.36802.File.tmp/Prevention%20and%20Control%20of%20Chemical
%20Hazards.pdf

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Management of Hazardous Waste
http://app2.nea.gov.sg/data/cmsresource/20090316748986342293.pdf http://app.
nea.gov.sg/cms/htdocs/article.asp?pid=1531#OVERVIEW

6 PROCEDURE 6.1 PURCHASE OF CHEMICAL .

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6. 6.5 An eyewash station and safety shower must be present in areas where these chemicals are used.4 Many oxidizers are shock sensitive. 6. 6.1 Do not return excess amounts of the chemical to the original container. 6. 6.6 HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS 6.3 Do not allow oxidizing material to come into contact with organic material.6.6.1. a spark from an electrical device or socket.1 Handling of oxidizing chemicals 6.1.1.6.6.2 Handling of flammable chemicals .6.2 Do not allow these chemicals to contact ignition sources such as a flame. or even static electricity. a spark from friction such as grinding metal.6. Even very small amount of impurities introduced into the container can cause an explosion.1.1.6. Do not use “chipping” as a method of breaking up solid oxidizers.

2. Use a steam bath. Always add acid to water.3.3.6. These values can be found on the chemical’s MSDS.2.2 Use a fume hood or other effective ventilation system when handling corrosives. 6. Flammable vapors can only ignite if they are within the flammability range.5 Equipment that is oil or gas fired must be equipped with flame failure safety controls to prevent the flow of flammable materials should the burner or pilot light go out. such as organic materials to come onto contact with corrosive materials.3. respectively.5 Do not allow incompatible materials.7 Open containers of corrosive materials slowly. 6.3.3 Adequate ventilation must be provided when using flammable liquids. causing serious permanent damage.6. water bath. 6. sparks from friction by grinding metal.6. The flammability range refers to the maximum and minimum concentrations of a flammable vapor in the air that can be ignited. 6. such as flammable hydrogen gas. Working with this chemical should be avoided.6 6.6.4 Remove all flammable materials and notify all other occupants in the area before lighting a flame.1 Flammable chemicals must be used away from sources of ignition.2. 6. These maximum and minimum concentrations are called the upper explosive limit (UEL) and the lower explosive limit (LEL).2. or static electricity. Hydrofluoric acid is an extremely hazardous corrosive and can penetrate the skin.3 Handling of corrosive chemicals 6.6. heating mantle.3. sparks from an electrical device or socket. 6. even if the corrosive is not volatile.6. Hazardous gases. oil bath or hot air bath. do not heat it with a burner (naked flame) or electrical device directly.3 When diluting acids with water.3.6.4 An eyewash station and safety shower must be present in areas where these chemicals are used. To ensure that a fire does not result.1 Great care must be taken to ensure that these chemicals do not come into contact with the skin or eyes. 6. DO NOT add water to the acid! This will result in a vigorous reaction releasing large amounts of heat. 6.6.6.6.6.3. Allow the mixture to cool before capping the container. with frequent stirring. may be released.2. Appropriate protective equipment should be worn. 6. 6. concentrations of flammable vapors in the air must be kept below 10% of the LEL.4 Handling of toxic chemicals .2 If a flammable substance must be heated. 6. slowly down the sides of the container. and extreme caution must be used when it is being handled.6.6.6. such as flames.6.

4. blurred vision.4. Note: Not all toxins are accompanied by immediate warning signs of exposure. The MSDS provides information on the health effects of acute and chronic exposure. 6.1 Avoid direct skin contact. 6. 6.6. especially volatile liquid toxins.5 Practice good personal hygiene. Wash hands and arms thoroughly after working with these chemicals.4. These can include. . headache. scratching.6. inhalation. or skin and eye irritation. Appropriate protective equipment is usually also required.2 Make a conscious effort to avoid touching your face.4. 6.6 An emergency shower and eyewash station must be nearby wherever these chemicals are used.6. may only be handled in an area with special ventilation equipment.6.3 Toxic chemicals. For some toxic substances. cancer-causing chemicals. i.4 Be on the lookout for signs of exposure to toxic chemicals.6. Engineering controls must be in place to prevent direct contact.6. such as a fume hood. eyes or mouth.6. but are not limited to. or ingestion of even tiny amounts of these chemicals. Smoking.4. workers may be required to shower before returning home. 6.e.4. and nail-biting are common practices that can expose workers to toxic chemicals. dizziness. nausea.

e.8. hazard or risk phrases) as well as the precautionary measures to be taken (i. contents.6 When the waste container(s) is filled up to the mark indicated (which is equivalent to approximately eighty percent full).8.4 Good housekeeping must be practised at all times by all staff and students. The staff will ensure an empty suitable good container is in place for future waste collection.4 Always check the label before handling any chemical.8 LABELLING OF CONTAINERS 6.1 The department that generates hazardous wastes will ensure that suitable containers with appropriate markings/labels describing the wastes are placed in designated areas within their sections for employees to dispose the wastes.7 DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE 6. they are to report to EHS committee / OES for proper spill control procedure to be carried out.7.5). do not handle it until it is properly identified. Lids of containers for collecting hazardous wastes must remain closed at all times other than when depositing wastes. 6.e.1 Suppliers of chemicals should ensure that all containers of chemicals are properly labeled. the authorised staff will transport it to the designated storage area.8 When the designated storage area is full. If a chemical container does not have a label. 6. danger symbols and hazards of the chemicals (i. the container to which the chemical is decanted should also be properly labeled. 6. 6.7. the OES/relevant school will arrange for the licensed waste collector to collect the containers.7. 6. 6.7.8.7. 6.7. Fire extinguishers and spill control equipment shall be readily available near the designated storage area.5 Sharps are to be disposed off in separate containers. 6.3 If a toxic or hazardous chemical is decanted or transferred from its original container to a new one.7.7.6.2 The label should indicate the name. precaution or safety phrases) 6. the container is to be placed properly on a storage shelf with the label/marking pointing outwards for easy identification and checking (Please refer to Appendix VI). 6.7. A “Non-Smoking” sign is to be prominently displayed in the area. 6.9 The OES / relevant school will report the amount collected by the waste collector via the electronic consignment note system (See 3.7 At the designated storage area. . If spillage or leakage occurs.3 When staff and students dispose wastes into the suitable containers.8.2 All staff and students will be briefed by the OES/relevant school on the proper procedure to handle and dispose hazardous wastes (Please refer to Appendix V). 6. they are to ensure that the wastes are properly deposited and no spillage occurs.

6. before transporting. always ensure the containers are put in polystyrene box to reduce impact. ensure the compatibility of the chemicals before loading onto the same trolley.9.1 Before transporting any chemicals.7 Ensure boxes or containers that are placed on the trolley is secured and if necessary. check the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for the chemicals for any safety precaution and leakage preventive measures. ensure the same precautions as of loading. 6. 7 APPENDIX Appendix I List of controlled and hazardous substances Appendix II Form for recording inventory of hazardous substances Appendix III Chemical Compatibility Table for storage of chemicals Appendix IV Guidelines for storage of chemicals Appendix V SOP for proper hazardous waste handling and disposal Appendix VI Labels used for chemical waste disposal Appendix VII Chemical waste disposal log Appendix VIII List of vendors for the disposal of hazardous wastes . 6.9. 6. 6.9. 6.9.9.9 TRANSPORTATION OF CHEMICALS 6. 6.3 When loading the chemicals on the trolley.5 All torn. 6.10 Push the trolley slowly and be aware of blind corners.8.9.9.6 Always check the MSDS if you have any doubts about the chemical after reading the label.9 At least two personnel must be involved when transporting hazardous materials.8.9.9. if any. 6.9. 6.9. 6.8 When moving from point A to point B.6. grooves or any other hazards and also the maneuvering of the trolley.11 When unloading the chemicals.5 Do not overload the trolley. go to a kneeling position before lifting). place an anti-slip below the containers. the personnel transporting are cautious of its environment like hump.6 If the containers of the chemicals are made of breakable materials. damaged or misplaced labels should be replaced. 6.4 If transporting more than 1 kind of chemicals. ensure proper lifting posture (while lifting heavy objects.2 Prepare the materials needed to contain the spillage.

gov.sg/scdf_internet/en/building-professionals/fire-safetylicensing-and-enforcement/Guidebook-App-PetroleumFlammable.gov.gov.sg/content/scdf_internet/en/building-professionals/firesafety-licensing-and-enforcement/Petroleum-StorageTpt/_jcr_content/par/download/file. the relevant school shall apply a permit with NEA for these hazardous substances individually even though they are used as laboratory reagents.sg/Building_Professionals/Fire_Safety_Licensing_and _Enforcement/Guidebook_App_P&FM_Licence.  The general exemptions to the permit for the purchase.  Please refer to http://www.gov.res/Exemption_quantities_for_FM.pdf http://app.pdf http://www .res/Latest%202010%20Copy%20of%20complete %20list%20of%20licensable %20chemicals(Revised).scdf.xlshttp://www.scdf.  Please refer to http://www.s g/cms/htdocs/article.pdf for the list of Toxic Industrial Wastes which is found in the SCHEDULE of the Environmental Public Health Regulations.scdf.xls http://w ww.Appendix IX Gloves’ Chemical Resistance Chart for the Handling of Hazardous Chemicals Appendix X Amendment History APPENDIX I LIST OF CONTROLLED and HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES  Please refer to http://app2.scdf.  Please refer to http://www.gov.gov.  Information on the licensing and type of flammable materials controlled by the SCDF are found here  http://www.sg/cms/pcd/tiw_schedule.nea.xls for a list of exemption quantities for flammable materials. For hazardous substances listed in the document link herein this point.nea.htmlhttp://www.sg/content/scdf_internet/en/building-professionals/firesafety-licensing-and-enforcement/Guidebook-App-PetroleumFlammable/_jcr_content/par/download_0/file.gov. store and/or use of any of the hazardous substances as laboratory reagents can be found at http://www.gov.spf.sg/downloads/FS_Licensing/Revised_HS_ Code_18Apr2006.sg/licence/AE/others/Licensing_of_Explosive_Precursors.sg/cms/pcd/Lab_Reagents_Annex_1.scdf.nea.gov.  Please refer to http://www. located at the SCDF website.html.sg/licence/AE/others/Licensing_of_Explosive_Precursors.gov.sg/downloads/FS_Licensing/Exemption_quanties_for_FM.scdf.asp?pid=1428 for the complete list of hazardous substances controlled by the Environmental Pollution Protection and Management Control Act (EPCAEPMA).sg/data/cmsresource/20090629934087284535.gov.nea.spf.pdf.xls for a complete list of flammable materials licensable under the Singapore Civil Defence Force (SCDF).pdf for a lists of .gov.

STORE AND USE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE KEPT BY A PERSON AUTHORISED TO STORE AND USE HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES Name of Hazardous Substance: _____________________________________________ Percentage of purity: ______________________________________________________ Chemical Grade: ______________________________________________________ Date Qty Rec’d Invoice / Delivery Order No Name / Address of Supplier Qty Used Qty Stored Signature of Permit Holder .substances which are classified as explosive precursors and controlled by the Singapore Police Force.spf.spf. SEG document for the hazardous substance permit issued by NEA.gov. APPENDIX II FORM FOR RECORD OF PURCHASE.  Information on the frequently asked questions and the exclusion amount of the explosive precursors are found here  http://www.pdf  Please refer to the Register of Permits and Licenses. SPF and SCDF.sg/licence/AE/FAQ/FAQ_on_Licensing_of_Explosive_Precursors.sg/licence/AE/FAQ/FAQ_on_Licensing_of_Explosive_Precursors.pdf http://www.gov.

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gov.Pa r.mom.36802.mom.sg/Documents/safety-health/factsheets-circulars/Prevention%20and %20Control%20of%20Chemical%20Hazards.File.pdf .pdf http://www.gov.sg/publish/etc/medialib/mom_library/Workplace_Safety/bc_chemicals.tmp/Prevention%20and%20Control%20of%20Chemical%20Hazards.Adapted from ‘Guidelines on Prevention and Control of chemical hazard’ by Ministry of Manpower http://www.

 All storage containers shall be properly arranged.  Volatile liquids shall be stored in a cool place.  Protective gloves.  Different classes of hazardous chemicals shall be separated.  Flammable liquids shall not be kept on open shelves.  The inventory of corrosive chemicals shall be kept to a minimum.  The storage area for chemicals shall be provided with adequate lighting and ventilation. face shields and aprons shall be worn where appropriate.  Incompatible chemicals shall not be stored together.  Strong acids and bases shall be kept in separate cabinets. never add water to acid. The following outlines the general requirements for the storage of chemicals that are corrosive.  Chemicals shall be stored in appropriate containers. .  Acids shall be diluted with care – always add acid to water.  All supplies shall be correctly recorded in stock books and inspected regularly. safety glasses. STORAGE OF FLAMMABLE CHEMICALS  Flammable solvents shall be stored in safety cans.  The main stock of concentrated acids and bases shall be stored as near to the floor level as possible.  Flammable liquids shall be kept in steel cabinets or away from any heat source.  Licensed chemicals shall be stored in a locked cupboard with proper inventory records. flammable. preferably with catch trays. the hazards involved and the precautions to be taken. away from sunlight or heat sources.  Flammable liquids shall not be stored in refrigerators.APPENDIX IV GUIDELINES FOR STORAGE OF CHEMICALS The following general precautions shall be observed when storing chemicals.  All storage containers shall be labeled to indicate the identity of the chemicals. Their containers shall not be completely filled. STORAGE OF CORROSIVE CHEMICALS  Acids or alkalis shall be stored in plastic or other suitable containers. reactive or toxic in nature respectively.

cool.  Flammable chemicals shall only be handled in areas free of ignition sources. dry areas and away from direct sunlight.  Highly toxic chemicals shall preferably be stored in double containment or kept in a locked cupboard.  Suitable types of personal protective appliances shall be used when handling toxic chemicals. There shall be no smoking at or near the storage area.  The quantity of reactive chemicals stored or used shall be kept to a minimum.  The amount of flammable liquids in working areas shall be kept to a minimum.  Safety glasses or goggles and gloves must be worn during handling. CHEMICAL SPILLAGE CONTROL . and these shall be properly locked and stored away to ensure that there is no improper access or use by unauthorized personnel when not in use.  Incompatible materials shall not be stored near each other to prevent any accidental contact. The Site Supervisor shall be fully trained to handle the use of all hazardous chemicals available on site.  Open flames and other sources of heat must be kept away from reactive chemicals. Only trained personnel are allowed to handle such chemicals.  Fire-fighting equipment shall be available at the storage area. STORAGE OF TOXIC CHEMICALS  Toxic chemicals shall be stored in proper containers.  Minimum amount of toxic chemicals shall be kept for current use.  Chemicals which readily absorb moisture or reacts violently with air must be kept in tightly sealed containers or desiccators. and he shall be accountable for all storage and use of the chemicals on site. friction and all forms of impact must be avoided. STORAGE OF REACTIVE CHEMICALS  Reactive chemicals shall be stored at isolated. USE AND CONTROL OF CORROSIVE CHEMICALS FOR CLEANING The handling of chemicals or cleaning agents of an acidic or corrosive nature requires special care and procedures.  Shock.

Notify the staff in charge or the supervisor immediately. Seek advice from SCDF or NEA when necessary. The Fire Command Centre will be alerted. accidental drip of chemical in work area. Sweep/ scoop up any solid material into a bag. cleanup will be done or by using the services from specialized clean up contractors. cordoned off the affected area with warning signs. Stop work immediately. Any cleaning personnel in encountering spillage in their course of work shall take note of the guidelines outlined as follows accordingly if it is either minor or major spill. Cordon off the affected area with warning signs. clothing if necessary. Dispose the contaminated materials and absorbent in containment bags for collection by licensed toxic waste collector. Decontaminate equipment. there is a need to ensure that the mess is quickly cleaned and cleared before the situation becomes uncontrollable. remove the victim from the immediate area.In the event of a chemical spillage. Dispose the contaminated/ soiled materials by licensed toxic waste collectors. Avoid breathing in vapors from the spill and increase the ventilation area. if possible provide information about the type of chemical involved. Confine and contain the spill by cover/ absorb liquid spills with absorbent materials. Evacuate from the spill area and alert those nearby. Seek medical attention immediately. Use this information to judge response and procedures. Minor Spill Procedure – A minor spill is one whereby the individual responsible for the spill is capable of handling safely without assistance from safety and emergency personnel eg. In case of personal contact with chemicals. the estimated quantity and the exact location of the spill. remove any contaminated clothing and flush all areas of the body contacted with chemical with water for at least 15minutes. Acid and base should be neutralized prior to cleanup using the acid/base neutralizer. Notify the staff in charge or the supervisor. do not touch any substance. . Major Spill Procedure – This usually arise from broken chemical bottles. Identify the chemical and hazards involved by checking the MSDS. bring along the MSDS if necessary. Choose the appropriate personal protective equipment.

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APPENDIX VII CHEMICAL WASTE DISPOSAL LOG Chemical Waste #: __________________ Date Disposed Disposed By Waste Name (include concentrations or contaminants) Date of Completion: __________________ Date of Disposal: ____________ Staff-in-charge: __________________ Qty Remarks .

com GLOVES’ CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHART FOR THE HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS . Pioneer Sector 2. By phone By email at : Customer Hotline Service Facsimile : (65)-6861-4277 : (65)-6861-8151 chemsolv@chemcolvtech.APPENDIX VIII LIST OF VENDORS FOR THE DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS WASTE ECO Group companies: Chemical Waste Management By post : Chem-Solv Technologies Pte Ltd 29/31. Pioneer Sector 2. Singapore 628385/628387.com Non Hazardous Waste Management (Spent Bottles) By post : Chem-Solv Technologies Pte 29/31. Singapore 628385/628387 By phone By email at Ltd : Customer Hotline : (65)-6861-4277 Service Facsimile : (65)-6861-8151 chemsolv@chemcolvtech.

APPENDIX IX EXCELLENT PROTECTION 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 0 11 1 2 1 3 1 4 1 5 1 6 1 7 1 8 1 9 2 0 2 1 2 2 2 3 2 4 2 5 2 6 GOOD PROTECTION FAIR PROTECTION POOR PROTECTION NOT RECOMMENDED NITRILE NR G NR F G E E E NR VINYL F E E E E E NR E P LATEX NR F NR NR NR E P G F E E P G G E NR G NR BENZENE P NR NR BUTYL ACETATE F NR NR BYTYL ALCOHOL E E G NR NR NR CARBON TETRACHLORIDE F NR F CHLORINE GAS E NR F CHLOROFORM NR NR NR CIRIC ACID E E E CYCLOHEXANOL E E E DIACETONE ALCOHOL F NR NR DIBUTYL PHTHALATE E E E DIETHYLAMINE F NR NR ETHYL ACETATE NR NR NR ETHYL ALCOHOL E E G CHEMICAL ACETONE ACETIC ACID ACETONE ACETONITRILE ACRYLIC ACID AMMONIUM HYDROXIDE AMYL ACETATE AMYL ALCOHOL ANILINE ANIMAL FATS BATTERY ACID BENZALDEHYDE CARBON DISULFIDE .

2 7 2 8 2 9 3 0 3 1 3 2 3 3 3 4 3 5 3 6 3 7 3 8 3 9 4 0 4 1 4 2 4 3 4 4 4 5 4 6 4 7 4 8 4 9 5 0 5 1 5 2 5 3 5 4 5 5 5 6 5 7 5 8 ETHYLENE GLYCOL E E E ETHYL GLYCOL E E E FORMALDEHYDE E E E FORMIC ACID E E E FREON F G F GASOLINE G NR P HEXANE E NR NR HYDROCHLORIC ACID 30% E E E HYDROGEN PEROXIDE 30% E E E HYDROQUINONE E G E ISO AMYL ALCOHOL E G G ISO BUTYL ALCOHOL E E F ISO PROPYL ALCOHOL E G F KEROSENE E NR F LACTIC ACID 85% E E E MALEIC ACID E P G METHYL ALCOHOL E E NR NR NR NR P P NR NR G NR MURIATIC ACID E E E NAPTHA V. & P. E NR F NITRIC ACID 10% G G G NITRIC ACID 65% G G NR NITRO BENZENE NR F F NITRO METHANE F E P OCTANE E NR P OLEIC ACID E G E OLIVE OIL E E E OXALIC ACID E E E PAINT REMOVER G P P PENTANE E NR NR METHYL ETHYL KETONE METHYL ACETATE MORPHOLINE .M.

Clause 5. Appendix III Paragraph 1 Last amended by: Teoh Kum Weng. Deputy Director. Clause 5. 00 Effective Date (dd/mm/yyyy) 19/08/2009 Approval 2.5 9 6 0 6 1 6 2 6 3 6 4 6 5 6 6 6 7 6 8 6 9 7 0 7 1 7 2 7 3 7 4 7 5 7 6 7 7 PERCHLORIC ACID E P E PERCHLOROETHYLENE F NR NR NR G G PHOSPHORIC ACID POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE 45% E E E E E E PROPANOL E G G PROPYL CELLOSOLVE G G F PROPYLENE GLYCOL E E E PROPYLENE OXIDE NR NR NR PYRIDINE NR NR NR ROUNDUP CONCENTRATED F NR F SAFROTIN G G G SODIUM HYDROXIDE 50% E E E SULFURIC ACID F NR NR TANNIC ACID E E E NR NR NR TURPENTINE G P F VEGETABLE OIL E E E NR NR NR PHENOL TOLUENE XYLENE APPENDIX X . SEG Approved by: Dr. SEG 07/09/2010 .2.AMENDMENT HISTORY S/No. 01 Amended URLs for the following clauses: Clause 3. Appendix I Paragraph 6. Cleanroom Manager.5. Wang Jianguo. 1. Appendix I Paragraph 5. Appendix I Paragraph 4.1. Appendix I Paragraph 1. Amendment Description New Issue Rev No.