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TSP Number 052-E-6025 Advise Commander/Staff of the Environmental Impact of Army Operations. March 2008. Terminal Learning Objective. ACTION: Integrate environmental considerations into unit (garrison) and full spectrum operations.
-Instill an environmental ethic
-Incorporate environmental responsibilities and risk management into unit SOPs/OPORDs
-Integrate environmental considerations into all unit operations
-Ensure personnel receive required environmental training
-Appoint and train environmental officers at appropriate organizational levels.
-Report noncompliance and spills
-Support the installation EMS
Army Regulation 200-1
Environmental Protection and Enhancement
Department of the Army
13 Dec 2007
UNCLASSIFIEDArmy Environmental ProgramCommander’s Responsibilities
Ensure that key personnel/teams are trained
This training should include:
In Pre-deployment, environmental considerations should be included in:
Tactical and accidental risks
METT-TC hazards………Environmental hazards
If you have never seen a MSDS, take a minute to look at one.
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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY IDENTIFICATION
MATHESON TRI-GAS, INC. EMERGENCY CONTACT:
959 ROUTE 46 EAST CHEMTREC 1-800-424-9300
PARSIPPANY, NEW JERSEY 07054-0624 INFORMATION CONTACT:
SUBSTANCE: DIMETHYL SULFATE
METHYL SULFATE; DIMETHYL MONOSULFATE; DIMETHYLSULFATE; DMS(METHYL
SULFATE); DIMETHYL SULPHATE; SULFURIC ACID, DIMETHYL ESTER; BP-1195; RCRA U103;
UN 1595; STCC 4933322; MAT07750; RTECS WS8225000
CHEMICAL FAMILY: organic, sulfates
CREATION DATE: Jan 24 1989
REVISION DATE: Jun 17 2004
2. COMPOSITION, INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
COMPONENT: DIMETHYL SULFATE
CAS NUMBER: 77-78-1
3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
NFPA RATINGS (SCALE 0-4): HEALTH=4 FIRE=2 REACTIVITY=0
PHYSICAL FORM: liquid
ODOR: faint odor, onion odor
MAJOR HEALTH HAZARDS: potentially fatal if inhaled, harmful if swallowed, respiratory tract burns,
skin burns, eye burns, mucous membrane burns, suspect cancer hazard (in animals)
There are three ways a waste
can be regulated as hazardous:
• Meets the definition of one or more of the hazardous waste characteristics. The four characteristics are ignitable, corrosive, reactive and toxic.
• Is listed by EPA as a hazardous waste in 40 CFR 261.
• Prior knowledge, e.g. testing
HM Transformation to HW
US Army Engineer School,
Directorate of Environmental Integration