||Acids and bases
||Acids should be segregated from all other materials preferably in an acids cabinet. Within the acid category oxidizing acids should be segregated from organic acids. Bases should be segregated from all other materials.
|OX1, OX2, OX3, OX4
||Oxidizing agents should be stored away from reducing agents and combustible/flammable materials.
||Potentially explosive materials
||Should be individually analyzed and stored according to manufacturer recommendations.
|WR1, WR2, WR3
||Water reactive materials
||Should be stored in cool, dry place away from any water source.
||Should be stored in a cool, dry place making provisions for an airtight seal.
|OP1, OP2, OP3, OP4, OP5, OPD
||Must be properly managed and disposed of within recommended time periods. Label containers with receiving, opening and disposal dates.
|F1A, F1B, F1C, CL2, C3A, C3B
||Flammable & combustible liquids
||Should be stored in a flammable liquids cabinet segregated from other types of chemicals.
|UR1, UR2, UR3, UR4
Further evaluation for compatibility within this category must occur. Unstable/reactive chemicals generally have storage precautions specified by the manufacturer.
||Can generally be stored in general chemical storage area unless special storage is indicated by the manufacturer.