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Document ID (ISN)100034
CIS number 02-1062
Year 1998
Convention or series no. Fiche toxicologique No.59
Author(s) Falcy M., Hesbert A., Jargot D., Protois J.C., Reynier M., Schneider O., Serre P.
Title Lead and its inorganic compounds
Original title Plomb et ses composÚs minÚraux [in French]
Bibliographic information Institut national de recherche et de sÚcuritÚ, 30 rue Olivier-Noyer, 75680 Paris Cedex 14, France, CD-ROM CD 613, May 2000. 8p. Illus. 38 ref.
Abstract Chemical safety information sheet. CD-ROM version of the document already analysed as CIS 99-1783. Acute toxicity: digestive disorders; haemolytic anaemia; cytologic hepatic damage; neurological effects (intracraneal hypertension and convulsive coma) which may leave sequelae. Chronic toxicity: haematological effects (anaemia); effects on the digestive tract (deposits of lead); neurological effects (convulsive coma, sensitive-motor neuropathy, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis); renal damage; high blood pressure; bone damage; effects on reproduction; carcinogenic effects (lung and stomach cancer). Exposure limits (France): 150Ág/m3 (mean value over 40 hours expressed as lead). EC number and mandatory labelling codes: No.231-100-4 (lead), No.082-001-00-6 (lead monoxide); T, R61, R62, R20/22, R33, S53, S45, 215-267-0 (lead monoxide). The complete datasheet collection on CD-ROM has been analysed under CIS 01-201.
Descriptors (primary) lead sulfide; threshold limit values; carcinogens; France; lead sulfate; lead nitrate; lead chromate; lead and compounds; lead; lead oxide; lead dioxide; lead tetroxide; lead chloride; lead carbonate
Descriptors (secondary) neurotoxic effects; data sheet; bone diseases; hepatotoxic effects; fire hazards; toxicology; lung cancer; gastrointestinal cancer; explosion hazards; labelling; limitation of exposure; waste disposal; first aid; personal protective equipment; spills; haematotoxic effects; health hazards; nephrotoxic effects; legislation; sampling and analysis; dangerous substances
Document type B - Chemical safety information sheets
Country / State or ProvinceFrance
Subject(s) Toxic and dangerous substances
Broad subject area(s)
Browse category(ies) Occupational exposure limits
Inorganic substances
Inorganic sulfur compounds
Halogens and their inorganic compounds
Lead and compounds