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1910.120(j)(6) Laboratory Waste Packs
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In addition to the requirements of paragraph (j)(5) of this section, the following precautions shall be taken, as a minimum, in handling laboratory waste packs (lab packs):
Lab packs shall be opened only when necessary and then only by an individual knowledgeable in the inspection, classification, and segregation of the containers within the pack according to the hazards of the wastes.
If crystalline material is noted on any container, the contents shall be handled as a shock-sensitive waste until the contents are identified.
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