Yingkou Hengyang New Energy Chemical Co., Ltd.
Address: Xianren Island Energy and Chemical Zone, Yingkou City, Liaoning Province, via the west side of the Fourth Road
Emergency disposal of diethyl carbonate, evacuation of personnel from leaking contaminated areas to safety areas, isolation and strict restrictions on access. Cut off the fire source. It is suggested that emergency personnel wear self-supporting positive pressure respirators and fire protection clothing. Cut off the source of leakage as far as possible. Prevent access to restricted spaces such as sewers and drainage ditches. Small leakage: absorbed with other inert materials. It can also be washed with emulsion made of non combustible dispersant and diluted with lotion to put into the waste water system. Massive leakage: building embankments or digging pits for shelter. Cover with foam to reduce steam damage. Transfer to tank truck or special collector with explosion-proof pump, recycle or transport to waste disposal site for disposal.
Respiratory system protection: When the concentration of air is high, it is recommended to wear self-priming filter gas mask (half mask).
Eye protection: wear safety glasses.
Physical protection: wear anti-static work clothes.
Hand protection: wear rubber gloves.
Others: Smoking is strictly prohibited in the workplace. After work, take a shower and change clothes. Pay attention to personal hygiene.
First aid measures
Skin contact: Remove contaminated clothes and rinse skin thoroughly with soap and water.
Eye contact: Lift the eyelids and rinse them with flowing water or saline. Seek medical advice.
Inhalation: Quickly leave the scene to the fresh air. Keep the respiratory tract open. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen. If breathing stops, artificial respiration should be carried out immediately. Seek medical advice.
Intake: Drink plenty of warm water, vomit, seek medical treatment
Fire extinguishing method: spray water to cool the container and move the container from the fire site to the open space if possible. Fire extinguishing agents: foam, dry powder, carbon dioxide and sand.