Ingestion Sample Clauses

Ingestion. Induce vomiting immediately as directed by medical personnel. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
Ingestion. If person is conscious, administer a moderate amount (8-12 oz. or 250 mL) of water, but do not induce vomiting. Notify medical personnel and supervisor.
Ingestion. 1. Always refer to MSDS for first aid response for chemical ingestion. No food or drinks are allowed in areas containing chemicals. SPILL RESPONSE
Ingestion. If a significant amount has been ingested, or Once the liquid has been mopped up, wash the area with if symptoms occur seek medical attention. plenty of water and detergent.
Ingestion. Ingestion is normally typically encountered in one of two ways: o Swallowing dust or particulates that were filtered out in the upper respiratory tract. o Unknowingly eating or drinking hazardous materials.

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