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Table of Contents, How to Use This Guide 3, Regulation of Art Materials 3. Sources of Health and Hazard Information 3, Section I Children s Arts and Crafts 5. Guidelines for Selecting Art and Craft Materials for Children 5. Safety Rules to Be Followed When Children Are Using Art Materials 5. Section II General Hazards Associated with Art and Craft Materials 6. Types of Hazards 6, General Precautions Storage Housekeeping Protective Gear and Safety Rules 6. General Safety and Hygiene Rules 6, Fire Safety 7, Storage and Precautions for Chemical Hazards 7. Disposal Precautions for Chemical Hazards 8, Protective Equipment 8.
General First Aid 10, Summary of Ways to Minimize Risks 10. References 10, Section III Hazards Associated with Specific Art and Craft Materials 11. Ceramics and Clay 11, Computers 12, Drawing 12, Gems Lapidary and Stones 13. Glues Adhesives 14, Leather and Other Animal Products 14. Painting 17, Paper and Canvases 19, Photographic Materials 19.
Plastic 20, Printmaking 22, Sculpture 25, Solvents 25. Textiles 26, Woodworking 27, References 28, Glossary 29. How to Use This Guide For more information on the requirements for art materials. contact the CPSC Office of Compliance Washington DC. This guide contains three sections Section I is a general guide 20207 telephone 301 504 7913. for the use of art and craft supplies with children Section II is. an overview of the potential hazards associated with art and Sources of Health and Hazard Information. craft materials and provides applicable safety and first aid. information Section III has more detailed information about Under the U S Occupational Safety and Health. specific art and craft disciplines and associated materials A Administration OSHA Hazard Communication Standard. glossary at the end of this guide provides definitions of terms HCS chemical manufacturers are required to develop a. Anyone using art or craft materials will find this information Material Safety Data Sheet MSDS for each hazardous. beneficial however note that local state and federal chemical they produce and import 29 CFR 1910 1200 g. agencies such as the Occupational Safety and Health The MSDS contains a variety of information including the. Administration OSHA and the Environmental Protection hazards associated with the chemical s and precautionary. Agency EPA may require procedures that are more stringent information for safe handling and use However the chronic. for paid employees than for hobbyists Whenever possible hazards described in the MSDS may not be applicable to the. this guide directs professionals to other sources of information casual user such as someone engaging in an art activity one. about requirements that may supersede the recommendations time Be aware that a MSDS can become outdated as new. presented here information becomes available particularly concerning long. term or chronic exposures Manufacturers must provide the. Regulation of Art Materials date of preparation or the date of the last change made to the. MSDS so be sure that you have the most current document. The U S Consumer Product Safety Commission CPSC is an available. independent regulatory agency charged with protecting the. public from unreasonable risks of injury or death associated According to OSHA requirements employers of people. with consumer products The CPSC requires labeling of art working with chemicals must provide an MSDS for the. materials that have the potential to cause adverse chronic materials used training in federal and local regulations. health effects under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act governing the use and disposal of materials and waste the. FHSA Specifically an amendment to the FHSA the proper protective equipment and other precautions More. Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act Public Law 100 information about OSHA regulations and mechanisms for. 695 or LHAMA made mandatory many of the requirements employees to report unsafe practices can be found at. of the labeling of art materials as set forth in the ASTM www osha gov. International ASTM standard designated D 4236 88 U S C. 1277 ASTM D 4236 outlines procedures for developing Disposal practices are required to follow the Environmental. precautionary labels for art materials that have the potential to Protection Agency s EPA Resource Conservation and. produce chronic adverse health effects 16 CFR Recovery Act RCRA which tightly governs all garbage and. 1500 14 b 8 i industrial waste More information is available online. www epa gov rcraonline, Under the FHSA an art material is defined as any substance. marketed or represented by the producer or repackager as Many sources for health and hazard information are available. suitable for use in any phase of the creation of any work of on the web including the National Library of Medicine. visual or graphic art of any medium U S C 1277 b 1 website www nlm nih gov which has links to sites such as. Children s products that meet this definition include but are Toxnet and Toxtown the Integrated Risk Information System. not limited to crayons chalk paint sets colored pencils and IRIS www epa gov iris the National Toxicology Program. modeling clay It is recommended that parents guardians NTP www niehs nih gov and the International Agency for. purchase only those products labeled with the statement Research on Cancer IARC www iarc fr. Conforms to ASTM D 4236 CPSC Document 5016 and, that do not have any cautionary warnings on the label For example as part of the World Health Organization IARC. performs epidemiologic and laboratory research on how. Moreover under the FHSA most children s products that humans develop cancer IARC prepares individual. contain a hazardous substance are banned whether the hazard monographs for many agents that include information on. is based on chronic toxicity acute toxicity flammability or exposure chemistry production and use Based on available. other hazard identified in the statute However the data IARC categorizes the carcinogenic risks to humans. Commission may exempt art materials satisfying all three of The list of these categories is found in the glossary. the following criteria 1 the inclusion of the hazardous. substance is required for their functional purpose 2 the Another information source is the Art and Creative Materials. products are labeled with adequate directions and warnings for Institute ACMI www acminet org an international non. safe use and 3 they are intended for use by children who are profit association of over 200 art and craft material. sufficiently mature and may reasonably be expected to read manufacturers ACMI sponsors a certification program that. and heed such directions and warnings 15 USC identifies products that they determine to be non toxic and. 1261 q 1 A those that require health warning labels. Mention of the name of any company or product does not. constitute endorsement by the U S Consumer Product Safety. Commission CPSC In addition citations to Web sites do not. constitute CPSC endorsements of the sponsoring organizations. or their programs or products Furthermore CPSC is not. responsible for the content of these Web sites, Section I Avoid old supplies unlabeled supplies and be wary of.
donated supplies with cautionary warning labels and that. Children s Arts and Crafts do not contain the statement Conforms to ASTM D. This section gives an overview of the hazards associated with Avoid materials with lead cadmium and other heavy. the use of art and craft materials by children and provides metals. guidelines for the selection of materials as well as safety rules Avoid high temperature hot glue guns use low. that should be followed temperature models, Look for products that are clearly labeled with. Non toxic art and craft supplies intended for children are. information about intended uses, readily available Read the labels and only purchase art and. Give special attention to students with higher exposure. craft materials intended for children, risks such as. o Physical or mental challenges which affect safe use. For certain chemicals and exposure situations children may be. of the supplies, especially susceptible to the risk of injury For example since. o Visual or hearing difficulties that may hinder the. children are smaller than adults children s exposures to the. recognition of spills or skin exposures and may, same amount of a chemical may result in more severe effects.
require the student to get close to supplies during use. Further children s developing bodies including their brains. which can increase their inhalation of fumes or dusts. nervous systems and lungs may make them more susceptible. o Asthma or allergies which may elevate the students. than adults Differences in metabolism may also affect. sensitivities to fumes dusts or products that come. children s responses to some chemicals, into contact with the skin. Children s behaviors and cognitive abilities may also. influence their risk For example children under the age of 12 Safety Rules to Be Followed When Children Are. are less able to remember and follow complex steps for safety Using Art Materials. procedures and are more impulsive making them more likely. to ignore safety precautions Children have a much higher Store surplus materials away from children. chance of toxic exposure than adults because they are unaware Keep food and drinks out of the art area. of the dangers not as concerned with cleanliness and safety Give only small amounts to minimize spills and mishaps. precautions as adults and are often more curious and attracted Supervise children closely to prevent unintended uses of. to novel smells sights or sounds Also note that children do art materials. not have to be using the art and craft materials themselves to Adults should mix powdered and extremely dusty. be affected by them careless child or adult artists can materials. accidentally expose other children to hazards Wash hands after using materials Do not use solvents to. clean skin, Good health and safety habits can be formed at any point in Watch for unusual reactions to chemicals. life including childhood Adults should model safety Cover cuts and sores with bandages before using. procedures the use of appropriate safety gear and careful materials. reading of labels and cautionary statements Children need. Contact the National Poison Control Center Hotline 1. regular and consistent reminders of safety rules and there is. 800 222 1222 or the nearest certified Poison Control. no substitute for direct supervision, Center if necessary see General First Aid. Guidelines for Selecting Art and Craft Materials, for Children. Up to 12 years of age Pre kindergarten through Grade 6. Note that even products labeled non toxic when used in. an unintended manner can have harmful effects, Products with cautionary warning labels should not be.
used with children pre kindergarten through grade 6 see. Section II for information about specific materials. Avoid solvents and solvent based supplies which include. turpentine paint thinner shellac toluene and some glues. inks and a few solvent containing permanent markers. Avoid materials in self pressurized containers, Avoid acids alkalis bleaches or corrosives. Avoid products or processes that produce airborne dusts. which can be inhaled, Section II exposures to some chemicals may combine to damage. one s health Use non toxic products i e those that. General Hazards Associated with Art and are not considered to be harmful under normal use. Craft Materials conditions when possible Introduce good safety. practices even with the use of non toxic products This. This section is a brief guide on the potential hazards of art and will help reduce exposures when hazardous materials are. craft materials and general precautions to take when using used. them Artists teachers and hobbyists may find this When gauging exposure consider the 1 toxicity of the. information useful More detailed information is available in substance 2 length of exposure 3 total body burden on. Section III and in the references at the end of this guide the user 4 susceptibility of the user and 5 combined. Please consult the glossary for any terms that may be effects of interacting substances Chronic or repeated. unfamiliar Specific technical information on chemicals or exposures to chemicals or short exposures to high doses. other substances can be found on various websites see Health of chemicals allow the body less time to detoxify and. and Hazard Information excrete the substances that have been absorbed The total. body burden refers to the amount of a substance that the. It is important to recognize that while some art and craft body has already absorbed from other sources or over. materials may cause adverse health effects the concentrations time from previous exposures Using many different. and exposure times required to produce them may be hazardous materials or using them for a long time will. uncertain particularly concerning chronic long term require careful monitoring Consult your physician for. exposures For example an acute short term exposure to a proper care Susceptibility to toxic materials varies with. strong acid may cause severe burns within minutes It may the physical characteristics of the person exposed such as. take years of exposure to a certain concentration however for size age health and medical history Known medical. Art and Craft Safety Guide U S Consumer Product Safety Commission 4330 East West Highway accidentally expose other children to hazards Good health and safety habits can be formed at any point in life including childhood Adults should model safety procedures the use of appropriate safety gear and careful reading of labels and cautionary statements Children need regular and

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