Hi Yunzer, Like I mentioned, they never told us what that particular chemical compound was.
OSHA was signed into law by Dick Nixon on December 29, 1970. It's been almost 45 years since I worked at W.R.Grace-Davidson Chemical and to my best recollection it was the summer of 72 or 73 that I started there. I was 20 or 21 and I do not remember any OSHA regulations being enforced at that time. MSDS sheets I believe, we're not being used commonly until sometime between 75 and 82.
Here's a fun fact. When Nixon signed that bill into law in 1970, 14,000 workers died that year in on the job accidents. That's crazy insane.
Whatever it was that V-Pop , it was some bad chit. Probably will shorten my life by a couple years. No respirators were required, just hard hats and googles.
My buddy Eddie who I met when I started there, was scooting under some large tanks, taking a short cut in the plant, and had acid drip down on his back. Fortunately, most of the acid landed on his helmet and his hair which was halfway down his back.
Hey Yunzer, I know we haven't exactly seen eye to eye on our posts, but have you seen anything like what Wereflea has been saying about my posts when you have read them?
I would really appreciate another opinion. I don't know if he/she missed their medication, or, maybe you agree with him/her. Don't hold back.
I won't tell any more Frankenstein stories if nobody has a sense of humor.