Warnings for hazardous substances have been developed from dated manufacturer's Material Safety Data
Sheets (MSDS), when available. Each Warning is valid as of its specific preparation date. To ensure compliance with
current precautionary information:
Read and follow specific instructions in MSDS for types of personal protective equipment (safety
glasses, gloves, apron, etc.), for use of ventilators or respirators, for types of fire extinguishers, and
for treating medical emergencies.
Read and follow the hazardous materials label posted on the container for the specific substance and
the MSDS supplied by the manufacturer.
Follow established shop practices and procedures when using, handling, and storing hazardous
Dispose of hazardous materials by complying with existing federal, state, or local regulations.
This engine may contain small amounts of asbestos. When working with this engine, the
following precautions must be rigidly adhered to:
Before any maintenance activities are undertaken, review table 1-1 to determine if the
hardware to be worked on or used contains asbestos.
Whenever mechanical removal of material, such as machining, grinding, buffing, drilling,
sanding or any type of material build-up on parts that contain asbestos is necessary,
appropriate personal protective equipment must be worn, and national environmental
controls required for the handling of asbestos containing material must be complied with.
Before handling, replacing, or disposing of asbestos-containing hardware, appropriate
personal protective equipment and national environmental controls must be strictly adhered
to for handling asbestos-containing hardware.