Safe Practice Guidelines

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The information in the Phosgene Safe Practice Guidelines is intended to provide helpful ideas and guidance that users may wish to consider in a general sense. It is not intended to be a “how-to” manual, nor is it a prescriptive guide.

Users must independently determine what constitutes appropriate practice relative to their own needs and circumstances.

Phosgene Safe Practice Guidelines

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The information presented in the Phosgene Safe Practice Guidelines is a general composite of best practices. The information provided should not be considered as a directive or as an industry standard that readers must adopt or follow.  Instead, the information is intended to provide helpful ideas and guidance that users may wish to consider in a general sense. It is not intended to be a "how-to," nor is it a prescriptive guide. Users must independently determine what constitutes appropriate practice relative to their own needs and circumstances.  In making this determination, users should consider information contained in this as well as other relevant information. Users have an independent obligation to ascertain that their actions are in compliance with their current country, federal, state and local laws and regulations and should consult with legal counsel concerning such matters. Any mention of specific products in this document is for illustration purposes only and is not intended as a recommendation or endorsement of such products by ACC or its member companies. Many items in this document may be trademarked, which may or may not be noted in this document.

Neither the American Chemistry Council (ACC), nor the individual member companies of the Phosgene Panel, nor any of their respective directors, officers, employees, subcontractors, consultants, or other assigns, makes any warranty or representation, either express or implied, with respect to the accuracy or completeness of the information contained in this; nor do the ACC or any member companies assume any liability or responsibility for any use or misuse, reliance on any information in the document, or the results of such use or misuse, of any information, procedure, conclusion, opinion, product, or process disclosed in these Guidelines. New information may be developed subsequent to publication of the Guidelines that renders information contained herein incomplete or inaccurate. It cannot be assumed that all necessary warnings and precautionary measures are contained in this or that other additional measures may not be required or desirable due to particular or exceptional conditions or circumstances, or because of applicable, federal, state or local laws. Users should consult with their own legal counsel concerning such matters. NO WARRANTIES ARE GIVEN; ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE ARE EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED.

The Guidelines have been designed and distributed in a manner that accommodates periodic updates. Because they may be updated periodically, contact the American Chemistry Council to obtain the most current version. Should you have specific questions, you may contact the American Chemistry Council or the identified Panel member companies for further information.

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