Module 06: Oxidizers
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Oxidizers are substances that can cause fire or promote fire by usually producing oxygen gas, though other decomposition products can often do the same. Oxidizers are extremely dangerous and can ignite combustible materials such as rags, paper towels and hydrocarbon fuels. Strong oxidizers are so unstable and reactive that they are often used as components of explosives. In addition, oxidizing gases are often shipped in pressurized containers and can explode if heated. This module provides information about oxidizers including oxidizing gases, liquids, solids and the severity of hazards associated with each. The module provides training on handling oxidizers that are also: (a) toxic or (b) toxic and corrosive.

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Module 06: Oxidizers