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GIZ - Practical Chemical Management Toolkit

Practical Chemical Management Toolkit for your company

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The GIZ "Practical Chemical Management Toolkit" for companies and trainers provides you with invaluable materials related to chemical management, cleaner production and resource efficiency. Consisting of 4 modules with 4 manuals each for companies and trainers, it is based on over 10 years of experience of applying our concepts. The GIZ Convention Project on Chemical Safety is being financed by BMZ

 

 

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Company handbooks:

Introduction and initial quick check
Module 1 - Inventory and risk assessment under the umbrella of resource efficiency and cleaner production
Module 2 - Managing chemical risks in your company: control measures and gap analysis
Module 3 - Hazardous waste management

 

Trainer manuals and handouts:

Introduction and initial quick check
Module 1 - Inventory and risk assessment under the umbrella of resource efficiency and cleaner production
Module 2 - Managing chemical risks in your company: control measures and gap analysis
Module 3 - Hazardous waste management

Power point presentations:


Introduction and initial quick check


Chemical Management (CM) cycle of change
Framework of sustainable chemical management
GIZ Practical CM Toolkit
Covered topics within the CM Toolkit
CM quick check
Chemical management
Overview of GIZ activities in CM
Action plan
Network meeting

Module 1 - Inventory and risk assessment under the umbrella of resource efficiency and cleaner production

Chemical Management Initiative
Our chemical management approach for companies
Introduction to non product output (NPO)
Examples of NPOs
Questions NPO exercise
Chemical flow in a company
Process Flow Diagram
NPO cost calculation: why and how
Classification and labelling of chemical substances
Transport pictograms
Identifying hazards, exposures and risks
EU Risk Phrases and GHS Hazard Statements
Understanding chemical hazards and risks
Making efficient use of Safety Data Sheets
Creating the baseline: Inventory and Risk Assessment
Chemical management cycle
Brainstorming

Module 2 - Managing chemical risks in your company: control approaches (measures) and gap analysis

Creating the baseline: Finding the control approach
Control approaches. From risk assessment to action
Control guidance sheets
What are critical situations?
Examples of critical situations
Use of eco-maps
Chemical storage
Chemical emergency management
Finding the control approach for fire and explosions
Chemical management cycle: control measures
Respiratory protection program
Selection of respirators and filters
Chemical protection gloves
Fire safety and extinguishers

Module 3 - Hazardous Waste Management

Understanding the generation of hazardous waste and what to do with them
Waste from primary sources
Understanding the waste streams in your company
Zinc electroplating process
What makes a waste hazardous?
Identifying hazardous waste
How to find out if your waste is hazardous
Practical hazardous waste management
Company application: conducting a waste audit

Safety Data Sheets, labels and excel tables

Introduction and initial quick check

Excel table: quick check
Case study format

Module 1 - Inventory and risk assessment under the umbrella of resource efficiency and cleaner production

For inventory exercise:

SDS:

2-naphtol
acetic acid
aniline
citric acid
reactive black
basic yellow
caustic soda

Excel tables:

cost table empty
cost table filled

Chemical labels
Other labels

Module 2 - Managing chemical risks in your company: control approaches (measures) and gap analysis

For storage exercise:

SDS:

toluene
oxygen
dimethyl sulphate

Storage layout:

empty
solution
chemicals and signs

 

For gap analysis exercise:
SDS:

acetone
screen printing ink

For fire exercise:

SDS:

diesel
acetic acid
acetone
propane
toluene



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