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List of Documents and Procedure for Approval of plan and permission to construct/extend/or take into use any building as a factory under the Factories Act, 1948

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List Of Documents

Non Hazardous Factories (workers upto 50):-

  1. Form No.1 signed by the occupier /Factory Manager (If form no.2 is submitted)

    View Form No. 1
  2. Form No.1 A Affidavit on Non Judicial Stamp Paper of Rs.10/- signed by the occupier.

    View Form No. 1A
  3. Land ownership documents-Lease deed/rent deed/sale deed (In case of non RIICO land, also submit land use conversion order.)

  4. Approved land Plan-RIICO site plan/khasara plan.

  5. Brief description of the Manufacturing Process in its various Stage.

  6. Process Flow Chart.

  7. List of All Raw Materials along with maximum storage capacity.

  8. Plan/MAPS drawn to scale showing:-

    (a) The site of the factory and immediate surroundings including adjacent building and other structure, road, drain to a scale not less than 1 cm = 10 metres

    (b) the plan elevation and necessary cross-section of the factory buildings indicating all relevant details relating to natural lighting, ventilation and means of escape in case of fire, and the position of the plant and machinery, aisles and passage ways and shall be drawn to a scale not less than 1 cm = 2 metres.

  9. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of occupier

  10. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of Factory Manager


List Of Documents:-

Non Hazardous Factories (workers more than 50)

  1. Form No.1 signed by the occupier /Factory Manager (If form no.2 is submitted)

    View Form 1
  2. Land ownership documents-Lease deed/rent deed/sale deed (In case of non RIICO land, also submit land use conversion order.)

  3. Approved land Plan-RIICO site plan/khasara plan.

  4. Brief description of the Manufacturing Process in its various Stage.

  5. Process Flow Chart.

  6. List of All Raw Materials along with maximum storage capacity.

  7. Plan/MAPS drawn to scale showing:-

    (a) The site of the factory and immediate surroundings including adjacent building and other structure, road, drain to a scale not less than 1 cm = 10 metres

    (b) the plan elevation and necessary cross-section of the factory buildings indicating all relevant details relating to natural lighting, ventilation and means of escape in case of fire, and the position of the plant and machinery, aisles and passage ways and shall be drawn to a scale not less than 1 cm = 2 metres.

  8. Safety and health policy wherein more than 100 workers ordinarily employed.

  9. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of occupier

  10. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of Factory Manager

List Of Documents:-

Factories Carrying out Hazardous Process

  1. Form No.1 signed by the occupier /Factory Manager (If form no.2 is submitted)

    View Form 1
  2. Land ownership documents-Lease deed/rent deed/sale deed (In case of non RIICO land, also submit land use conversion order.)

  3. Approved land Plan-RIICO site plan/khasara plan.

  4. Brief description of the Manufacturing Process in its various Stage.

  5. Process Flow Chart.

  6. List of All Raw Materials along with maximum storage capacity

  7. List of all hazardous chemicals as defined along with maximum storage capacity.

    (a)Toxic chemicals.

    (b) Flammable chemicals.

    (c)Explosives

  8. List of hazardous processes used for manufacturing.

  9. Plan/MAPS drawn to scale showing:-

    (a) The site of the factory and immediate surroundings including adjacent building and other structure , road, drain to a scale not less than 1 cm = 10 metres

    (b) the plan elevation and necessary cross-section of the factory buildings indicating all relevant details relating to natural lighting, ventilation and means of escape in case of fire, and the position of the plant and machinery, aisles and passage ways and shall be drawn to a scale not less than 1 cm = 2 metres.

  10. Safety and health policy wherein more than 50 workers ordinarily employed.

  11. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of occupier

  12. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of Factory Manager


List Of Documents:-

Factories Carrying out Dangerous Operations

  1. Form No.1 signed by the occupier /Factory Manager (If form no.2 is submitted)

    View Form 1
  2. Land ownership documents-Lease deed/rent deed/sale deed (In case of non RIICO land, also submit land use conversion order.)

  3. Approved land Plan-RIICO site plan/khasara plan.

  4. Brief description of the Manufacturing Process in its various Stage.

  5. Process Flow Chart.

  6. List of All Raw Materials along with maximum storage capacity

  7. List of all dangerous operations.

  8. Plan/MAPS drawn to scale showing:-

    (a) The site of the factory and immediate surroundings including adjacent building and other structure, road, drain to a scale not less than 1cm= 10 metres

    (b) the plan elevation and necessary cross-section of the factory buildings indicating all relevant details relating to natural lighting, ventilation and means of escape in case of fire, and the position of the plant and machinery, aisles and passage ways and shall be drawn to a scale not less than 1 cm = 2 metres.

  9. Safety and health policy wherein more than 50 workers ordinarily employed.

  10. List of Dangerous operations used for manufacturing.

  11. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of occupier

  12. Attach Photo ID and Address proof of Factory Manager


List Of Documents:-

Major Accident Hazards (MAH) factories

  1. Form No.1 signed by the occupier /Factory Manager (If form no.2 is submitted)

    View Form 1
  2. Land ownership documents-Lease deed/rent deed/sale deed (In case of non RIICO land, also submit land use conversion order.)

  3. Approved land Plan- RIICO site plan/khasara plan.

  4. Brief description of the Manufacturing Process in its Various Stage.

  5. Process Flow Chart.

  6. List of All Raw Materials along with maximum storage capacity

  7. List of all hazardous chemicals as defined along with maximum storage capacity.

    (a)Toxic chemicals.

    (b) Flammable chemicals.

    (c)Explosives

  8. Safety & Health Policy

  9. List of industrial activity.

  10. List of isolated storage as defined.

  11. Information for Notification of Site in Schedule 7.

    View Schedule 7
  12. Information in a Safety Report in Schedule 8.

    View Schedule 8
  13. On Site Emergency Plan.

  14. Plan/MAPS drawn to scale showing:-

    (a) The site of the factory and immediate surroundings including adjacent building and other structure, road, drain to a scale not less than 1 cm = 10 metres

    (b) the plan elevation and necessary cross-section of the factory buildings indicating all relevant details relating to natural lighting, ventilation and means of escape in case of fire, and the position of the plant and machinery, aisles and passage ways and shall be drawn to a scale not less than 1 cm = 2 metres.

  15. Attach Address Proof and Photo ID proof of Occupier

  16. Attach Address Proof and Photo ID proof of Factory Manager


Registration on Portal & Mapping of Existing Users

For New User & Existing Users of RajFAB Application:-

Register on https://sso.rajasthan.gov.inwebsite

You can register by using these options:-

  • If you have BhamashahID then click on first radio button.

    After click on button you have to enter BhamashahID and click on Next Button.

  • If you have both Bhamashah and Aadhar ID(UID) then click on Second radio button.

    After click on button you have to enter both bhamashahid andaadhar card id and click on next Button.

  • If you have only AadharID (UID) then click on Third radio button.

    After click on button you have to enter aadhar card idand click on Next Button.

  • If you have only UdhyogAadhaar Number(UAN) then click on Fourth radio button.

    After click on button you have to enter udhyogaadhaar numberand click on Next Button.

You can register with social networking also:

  • You can register With Facebook account after click on facebook button.

  • You can register With Google account after click on google button.

  • After this system asks you that you have already registered with RajFAB or not:-

  • If Yes, then click on ‘Yes’ radio button:

The user will be asked to enter his/her registration number.

This is one time activity, thereafter, in subsequent sessions upon entering SSO ID & selecting RajFAB portal, the user will automatically come to his/her respective screen in RajFAB portal.

  • If No, then click on ‘No’ radio button

The user will be asked to update his/her profile details:-


Application Submission Procedure
Step 1 Visit RajFAB web application at www.rajfab.rajasthan.gov.in
Step2

Register and make user ID & password on Single Sign On to use the RajFAB application.

*If not registered on Single Sign On then please see Step-by-step procedure to login to Single Sign On.
Step 3 You have to login first on Rajasthan Single Sign On and then select RajFAB icon in Single Sign On Dashboard to use RajFAB application.
Please note that Business Registration Number (BRN) from http://br.raj.nic.in and Labour Identification Number (LIN) from https://shramsuvidha.gov.in/home are needed to use RajFAB web application.
Step 4

keep scanned documents available

Click button.

Step 5 Fill in all mandatory fields marked as *
Step 6 There are 5 tabs for categories of factories.
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Step 7 Upload Scanned documents.
Step 8

Select category of your factory carefully.

Step 9 Further there are 4 tabs which are enabled or disabled as per category of the factory selected.
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Step 10 Fill Information in the fields in Tabs
Step 11 Submit Application

Note:- No fees is required to be paid for plan approval.

Time Limit For approval

For non-power non-hazardous factories - 10 days

Other factories - 30 days

Process Map Click here to enlarge
Application Approval Procedure (Departmental)
Step 1 Application is received by the designated clerk who forwards the application to the examining officer.
Step 2 Examining officer examines the aplication and attached documents.
Step 3 If any entry in form is invalid/not correct/not supported by the attached documents or any attached document is not readable or correct then the examining officer submit the comments to the Dy. Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers/Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers as the case may be. The query will be send online to user to comply with.
Step 4 If complete application/compliance is received then Dy. Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers/Chief Inspector of Factories and Boilers (as per the case explained above the table) approves the application and generates online approval with scanned sign pasted on it.
Step 5 User can download the signed approval.
Dangerous manufacturing processes or operations
  1. Manufacture of aerated water and processes incidental thereto.

  2. Electrolytic plating or oxidation of metal articles by use of an electrolyte containing acids, bases or salts of metals such as chromium, nickel, cadmium, zinc, copper, silver, gold, etc.

  3. Manufacture and repair of electric accumulators.

  4. Glass Manufacture.

  5. Grinding or glazing of metals.

  6. Manufacture and treatment of lead and certain compounds of lead.

  7. Generation of gas from dangerous petroleum as defined in Petroleum Act, 1934 (Central Act 30 of 1934).

  8. Cleaning or smoothing, roughening, etc. of articles, by a jet of sand metal shot or grit, or other abrasive propelled by a blast of compressed air or steam.

  9. Liming and tanning of raw hides and skins and processes incidental thereto.

  10. Manufacture of chemicals and processes incidental thereto.

  11. Manufacture of pottery and processes incidental thereto.

  12. Printing presses and type foundries-certain lead processes carried therein.

  13. Manufacture of bangles and other articles from cinematograph film and toxic and inflammable solvents.

  14. Compression of oxygen and hydrogen produced by the Electrolysis of Water.

  15. Handling and processing of Asbestos, manufacture of any article of Asbestos and any other process of manufacture or otherwise in which Asbestos is used in any form.

  16. Manufacture of articles from refractory materials including manufactures of refractory bricks.

  17. Handling and Manipulation of corrosive (liquids and substances)

  18. Manufacture or Manipulation of Carcinogenic Dye Intermediates.

  19. Process of extracting vegetable oils from oil cakes in solvent extraction plant.

  20. Manufacture or Manipulation of manganese and its compounds.

  21. Manufacture, handing and use of Benzene.

  22. Carbon Disulphide Plants.

  23. Manufacture and Manipulation of Dangerous pesticides

  24. Operations involving high noise levels.

  25. Manufacture of Rayon by Viscose Process.

  26. Highly Flammable Liquid and Flammable Compressed Gases.

  27. Operation in Foundries.

  28. Fire Works Manufacturing and Match Factories.

List of Industries involving Hazardous Processes
  1. Ferrous Metallurgical Industries

    1. Integrated Iron and Steel

    2. Ferrous-alloys

    3. Special Steels

  2. Non-ferrous metallurgical Industries

    1. Primary Metallurgical Industries, namely, zinc, lead, copper, manganese and aluminium

  3. Foundries (ferrous and non-ferrous)

    1. Castings and forging including cleaning or smootherning/roughening by sand and shot blasting

  4. Coal (including coke) industries

    1. Coal , Lignite, Coke, etc.

    2. Fuel Gases (including Coal Gas, Producer Gas, Water Gas)

  5. Power Generating Industries

  6. Pulp and paper (including paper products) industries

  7. Fertiliser Industries

    1. Nitrogenous

    2. Phosphatic

    3. Mixed

  8. Cement Industries

    1. Portland Cement (including slag cement, puzzolona cement and their products)

  9. Petroleum Industries

    1. Oil Refining

    2. Lubricating Oils and Greases

  10. Petro-chemical Industries

  11. Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industries

    1. Narcotics, Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

  12. Fermentation Industries (Distilleries and Breweries)

  13. Rubber (Synthetic) Industries

  14. Paints and Pigment Industries

  15. Leather Tanning Industries

  16. Electro-plating Industries

  17. Chemical Industries

    1. Coke Oven by-products and Coaltar Distillation products

    2. Industrial Gases (nitrogen, oxygen, acetylene, argon, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, sulphur dioxide, nitrous oxide, halogenated hydrocarbon, ozone, etc.)

    3. Industrial Carbon

    4. Alkalies and Acids

    5. Chromates and dichromates

    6. Leads and its compounds

    7. Electrochemicals (metallic sodium, potassium and magnesium, chlorates, perchlorates and peroxides)

    8. Electrothermal produces (artificial abrasive, calcium carbide)

    9. Nitrogenous compounds (cyanides, cyanamides and other nitrogenous compounds)

    10. Phosphorous and its compounds

    11. Halogens and Halogenated compounds (Chlorine, Flourine, Bromine and Iodine

    12. Explosives (including industrial explosives and detonators and fuses)

  18. Insecticides, Fungicides, Herbicides and other Pesticides Industries

  19. Synthetic Resin and plastics

  20. Man-made Fibre (Cellulosic and non-cellulosic) Industry

  21. Manufacture and repair of electrical accumulators

  22. Glass and Ceramics

  23. Grinding or glaxing of metals

  24. Manufacture, handling and processing of asbestos and its products

  25. Extraction of oils and fats from vegetable and animal sources

  26. Manufacture, handling and use of benzene and substances containing benzene

  27. Manufacturing processes and operations involving carbon disulphide

  28. Dyes and Dyestuff including their intermediates

  29. Highly flammable liquids and gases

Major Accident Hazards (MAH)

Major Accident Hazards (MAH) installations are defined as isolated storage and industrial activity at a site handling of following hazardous, toxic and explosive chemicals.

LIST OF HAZARDOUS, TOXIC AND EXPLOSIVE CHEMICALS
S.No. NAME OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS S.No. NAME OF HAZARDOUS CHEMICALS
  1. Acetaldehyde

  2. Acetic acid

  3. Acetic anhydride

  4. Acetone

  5. Acetone cyanohydrin

  6. Acetone thiosemicarbazide

  7. Acetonitrile

  8. Acetylene

  9. Acetylene tetra chloride

  10. Acrolein

  11. Acrylamide

  12. Acrylonitrile

  13. Adiponitrile

  14. Aldicarb

  15. Aldrin

  16. Allyl alcohol

  17. Allyl amine

  18. Allyl chloride

  19. Aluminium (powder)

  20. Aluminium azide

  21. Aluminium borohydride

  22. Aluminium chloride

  23. Aluminium fluoride

  24. Aluminium phosphide

  25. Amino diphenyl

  26. Amino pyridine

  27. Aminophenol-2

  28. Aminopterin

  29. Amiton

  30. Amiton dialate

  31. Ammonia

  32. Ammonium chloro platinate

  33. Ammonium nitrate

  34. Ammonium nitrite

  35. Ammonium picrate

  36. Anabasine

  37. Aniline

  38. Aniline2,4, 6-trimethyl

  39. Anthraquinone

  40. Antimony pentafluoride

  41. Antimycin A

  42. ANTU

  43. Arsenic pentoxide

  44. Arsenic trioxide

  45. Arsenous trichloride

  46. Arsine

  47. Asphalt

  48. Azinpho-ethyl

  49. Azinphos methyl

  50. Bacitracin

  51. Barium azide

  52. Barium nitrate

  53. Barium nitride

  54. Benzal chloride

  55. Benzenamine,3-trifluoromethyl

  56. Benzene

  57. Benzene sulfonyl chloride

  58. Benzene. 1- (chloromethyl)-4 Nitro

  59. Benzene arsenic acid

  60. Benzidine

  61. Benzidine salts

  62. Benzimidazole. 4, 5-Dichloro-2 (trifluoromethyl)

  63. Benzoquinone-P

  64. Benzotrichloride

  65. Benzoyl chloride

  66. Benzoyl peroxide

  67. Benzyl chloride

  68. Beryllium (Powder)

  69. Bicyclo (2, 2, 1) Heptane -2- carbonitrile

  70. Biphenyl

  71. Bis (2-Chloroethyl) sulphide

  72. Bis (Chloromethyl) Ketone

  73. Bis (Tert-butyl peroxy) cyclohexane

  74. Bis (Terbutylperoxy) butane

  75. Bis(2,4, 6-trimitrophenylamine)

  76. Bis (Chloromethyl) Ether

  77. Bismuth and compounds

  78. Bisphenol-A

  79. Bitoscanate

  80. Boron Powder

  81. Boron trichloride

  82. Boron trifluoride

  83. Boron trifluoride comp. With methylether, 1:1

  84. Bromine

  85. Bromine pentafluoride

  86. Bromo chloro methane

  87. Bromodialone

  88. Butadiene

  89. Butane

  90. Butanone-2

  91. Butyl amine tert

  92. Butyl glycidal ether

  93. Butyl isovalarate

  94. Butyl peroxymaleate tert

  95. Butyl vinyl ether

  96. Butyl-n-mercaptan

  97. C.I.Basic green

  98. Cadmium oxide

  99. Cadmium stearate

  100. Calcium arsenate

  101. Calcium carbide

  102. Calcium cyanide

  103. Camphechlor (Toxaphene)

  104. Cantharidin

  105. Captan

  106. Carbachol chloride

  107. Carbaryl

  108. Carbofuran (Furadan)

  109. Carbon tetrachloride

  110. Carbon disulphide

  111. Carbon monoxide

  112. Carbonphenothion

  113. Carvone

  114. Cellulose nitrate

  115. Chloroacetic acid

  116. Chlordane

  117. Chlorofenvinphos

  118. Chlorinated benzene

  119. Chlorine

  120. Chlorine oxide

  121. Chlorine trifluoride

  122. Chlormephos

  123. Chlormequat chloride

  124. Chloroacetal chloride

  125. Chloroacetaldehyde

  126. Chloroaniline -2

  127. Chloroaniline -4

  128. Chlorobenzene

  129. Chloroethyl chloroformate

  130. Chloroform

  131. Chloroformyl morpholine

  132. Chloromethane

  133. Chloromethyl methyl ether

  134. Chloronitrobenzene

  135. Chlorophacinone

  136. Chlorosulphonic acid

  137. Chlorothiophos

  138. Chloroxuron

  139. Chromic acid

  140. Chromic chloride

  141. Chromium powder

  142. Cobalt carbonyl

  143. Cobalt Nitrilmethylidyne compound

  144. Cobalt (Powder)

  145. Colchicine

  146. Copper and Compounds

  147. Copperoxychloride

  148. Coumafuryl

  149. Coumaphos

  150. Coumatetralyl

  151. Crimidine

  152. Crotenaldehyde

  153. Crotonaldehyde

  154. Cumene

  155. Cyanogen bromide

  156. Cyanongen iodide

  157. Cyanophos

  158. Cyanothoate

  159. Cyanuric fluoride

  160. Cyclo hexylamine

  161. Cyclohexane

  162. Cyclohexanone

  163. Cycloheximide

  164. Cyclopentadiene

  165. Cyclopentane

  166. Cyclotetramethyl enetetranitramine

  167. Cyclotrimethylen etrinnitranine

  168. Cypermethrin

  169. DDT

  170. Decaborane (1 :4)

  171. Demeton

  172. Demeton S-Methyl

  173. Di-n-propyl peroxydicarbonate (Conc = 80%)

  174. Dialifos

  175. Diazodinitrophenol

  176. Dibenzyl peroxydicarbonate (Conc>= 90%)

  177. Diborane

  178. Dichloroacetylene

  179. Dichlorobenzalkonium chloride

  180. Dichloroethyl ether

  181. Dichloromethyl phenylsilane

  182. Dichlorophenol 2, 6

  183. Dichlorophenol 2, 4

  184. Dichlorophenoxy acetic acid

  185. Dichloropropane 2, 2

  186. Dichlorosalicylic acid-3, 5

  187. Dichlorvos (DDVP)

  188. Dicrotophos

  189. Dieldrin

  190. Diepoxy butane

  191. Diethyl carbamazine citrate

  192. Diethyl chlorophosphate

  193. Diethyl ethtanolamine

  194. Diethyl peroxydicarbonate (Conc=30%)

  195. Diethyl phenylene diamine

  196. Diethylamine

  197. Diethylene glycol

  198. Diethylene glycol dinitrate

  199. Diethylene triamine

  200. Diethleneglycol butyl ether

  201. Diglycidyl ether

  202. Digitoxin

  203. Dihydroperoxypropane (Conc >=30%)

  204. Diisobutyl peroxide

  205. Dimefox

  206. Dimethoate

  207. Dimethyl dichlorosilane

  208. Dimethyl hydrazine

  209. Dimethyl nitrosoamine

  210. Dimethyl P phenylene diamine

  211. Dimethyl phosphoramidi cyanidic acid (TABUM)

  212. Dimethyl phosphorochloridothioate

  213. Dimethyl sufolane (DMS)

  214. Dimethyl sulphide

  215. Dimethylamine

  216. Dimethylaniline

  217. Dimethylcarbonyl chloride

  218. Dimetilan

  219. Dinitro O-cresol

  220. Dinitrophenol

  221. Dinitrotoluene

  222. Dinoseb

  223. Diniterb

  224. Dioxane-p

  225. Dioxathion

  226. Dioxine N

  227. Diphacinone

  228. Diphosphoramide octamethyl

  229. Diphenyl methane di-isocynate (MDI)

  230. Dipropylene Glycol Butyl ether

  231. Dipropylene glycolmethyl ether

  232. Disec-butyl peroxydicarbonate (Conc.>80%)

  233. Disufoton

  234. Dithiazamine iodide

  235. Dithiobiurate

  236. Endosulfan

  237. Endothion

  238. Endrin

  239. Epichlorohydrine

  240. EPN

  241. Ergocalciferol

  242. Ergotamine tartarate

  243. Ethanesulfenyl chloride, 2 chloro

  244. Ethanol 1-2 dichloracetate

  245. Ethion

  246. Ethoprophos

  247. Ethyl acetate

  248. Ethyl alcohol

  249. Ethyl benzene

  250. Ethyl bis amine

  251. Ethyl bromide

  252. Ethyl carbamate

  253. Ethyl ether

  254. Ethyl hexanol -2

  255. Ethyl mercaptan

  256. Ethyl mercuric phosphate

  257. Ethyl methacrylate

  258. Ethyl nitrate

  259. Ethyl thiocyanate

  260. Ethylamine

  261. Ethylene

  262. Ethylene chlorohydrine

  263. Ethylene dibromide

  264. Ethylene diamine

  265. Ethylene diamine hydrochloride

  266. Ethylene flourohydrine

  267. Ethylene glycol

  268. Ethylene glycol dinitrate

  269. Ethylene oxide

  270. Ethylenimine

  271. Ethylene di chloride

  272. Femamiphos

  273. Femitrothion

  274. Fensulphothion

  275. Fluemetil

  276. Fluorine

  277. Fluoro2-hyrdoxy butyric acid amid salt ester

  278. Fluoroacetamide

  279. Fluoroacetic acid amide salts and esters

  280. Fluoroacetylchloride

  281. Fluorobutyric acid amide salt esters

  282. Fluorocrotonic acid amides salts esters

  283. Fluorouracil

  284. Fonofos

  285. Formaldehyde

  286. Formetanate hydrochloride

  287. Formic acid

  288. Formoparanate

  289. Formothion

  290. Fosthiotan

  291. Fuberidazole

  292. Furan

  293. Gallium trichloride

  294. Glyconitrile (Hydroxyacetonitrile)

  295. Guanyl-4-nitrosaminoguynyl-1-tetrazene

  296. Heptachlor

  297. Hexamethyl terta-oxyacyclononate (Conc 75%)

  298. Hexachlorobenzene

  299. Hexachlorocyclohexan (Lindane)

  300. Hexachlorocyclopentadiene

  301. Hexachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin

  302. Hexachloronapthalene

  303. Hexafluoropropanone sesquihydrate

  304. Hexamethyl phosphoromide

  305. Hexamethylene diamine N N dibutyl

  306. Hexane

  307. Hexanitrostilbene 2, 2, 4, 4, 6, 6

  308. Hexene

  309. Hydrogen selenide

  310. Hydrogen sulphide

  311. Hydrazine

  312. Hydrazine nitrate

  313. Hydrochloric acid (Gas)

  314. Hydrogen

  315. Hydrogen bromide

  316. Hydrogen cyanide

  317. Hydrogen fluoride

  318. Hydrogen peroxide

  319. Hydroquinone

  320. Indene

  321. Indium powder

  322. Indomethacin

  323. Iodine

  324. Iridium tetrachloride

  325. Ironpentacarbonyl

  326. Iso benzan

  327. Isoamyl alcohol

  328. Isobutyl alcohol

  329. Isobutyro nitrile

  330. Isocyanic acid 3, 4-dichlorophenyl ester

  331. Isodrin

  332. Isofluorophosphate

  333. Isophorone diisocyanate

  334. Isopropyl alcohol

  335. Isopropyl chlorocarbonate

  336. Isopropyl formate

  337. Isopropyl methyl pyrazolyl dimethyl carbamate

  338. Juglone (5-Hydroxy Naphthalene-1,4 dione)

  339. Ketene

  340. Lactonitrile

  341. Lead arsenite

  342. Lead at high temp (molten)

  1. Lead azide

  2. Lead styphanate

  3. Leptophos

  4. Lenisite

  5. Liquified petroleum gas

  6. Lithium hydride

  7. N-Dinitrobenzene

  8. Magnesium powder or ribbon

  9. Malathion

  10. Maleic anhydride

  11. Malononitrile

  12. Manganese tricarbonyl cyclopentadiene

  13. Mechlor ethamine

  14. Mephospholan

  15. Mercuric chloride

  16. Mercuric oxide

  17. Mercury acetate

  18. Mercury fulminate

  19. Mercury methyl chloride

  20. Mesitylene

  21. Methaacrolein diacetate

  22. Methacrylic anhydride

  23. Methacrylonitrile

  24. Methacryloyl oxyethyl isocyanate

  25. Methanidophos

  26. Methane

  27. Methanesulphonyl fluoride

  28. Methidathion

  29. Methiocarb

  30. Methonyl

  31. Methoxy ethanol (2-methyl cellosolve)

  32. Methoxyethyl mercuric acetate

  33. Methyacrylol chloride

  34. Methyl 2-chloroacrylate

  35. Methyl alcohol

  36. Methyl amine

  37. Methyl bromide (Bromomethane)

  38. Methyl chloride

  39. Methyl chloroform

  40. Methyl chloroformate

  41. Methyl cyclohexene

  42. Methyl disulphide

  43. Methyl ethyl ketone peroxide (Conc.60%)

  44. Methyl formate

  45. Methyl hydrazine

  46. Methyl isobutyl ketone

  47. Methyl isocyanate

  48. Methyl isothiocyanate

  49. Methyl mercuric dicyanamide

  50. Methyl Mercaptan

  51. Methyl Methacrylate

  52. Methyl phencapton

  53. Methyl phosphonic dichloride

  54. Methyl thiocyanate

  55. Methyl trichlorosilane

  56. Methyl vinyl ketone

  57. Methylene bis (2-chloroaniline)

  58. Methylene chloride

  59. Methylenebis-4,4(2-chloroaniline)

  60. Metolcarb

  61. Mevinphos

  62. Mezacarbate

  63. Mitomycin C

  64. Molybdenum powder

  65. Monocrotophos

  66. Morpholine

  67. Muscinol

  68. Mustard gas

  69. N-Butyl acetate

  70. N.-Butyl alcohol

  71. N-Hexane

  72. N- Methyl-N, 2, 4, 6-Tetranitroaniline

  73. Naphtha

  74. Nephtha solvent

  75. Naphthalene

  76. Naphthyl amine

  77. Nickel carbonyl/nickel tetracarbonyl

  78. Nickel powder

  79. Nicotine

  80. Nicotine sulphate

  81. Nitric acid

  82. Nitric oxide

  83. Nitrobenzene

  84. Nitrocellulose (dry)

  85. Nitrochlorobenzene

  86. Nitrocyclohexane

  87. Nitrogen

  88. Nitrogen dioxide

  89. Nitrogen oxide

  90. Nitrogen trifluouide

  91. Nitroglycerine

  92. Nitropropane-1

  93. Nitropropane-2

  94. Nitroso dimethyl amine

  95. Nonane

  96. Norbormide

  97. O-Cresol

  98. O-Nitro Toluene

  99. O-Toludine

  100. O-Xylene

  101. O/P Nitroaniline

  102. Oleum

  103. OO Diethyl S ethyl suph. methyl phos

  104. OO Diethyl S propythio methyl phosdithioate

  105. OO Diethyl s ethtylsulphinyl methylphosphorothioate

  106. OO Diethyl s ethylsulphonyl methylphosphorothioate

  107. OO Diethyls ethylthiomethylphospho-rothioate

  108. Organo rhodium complex

  109. Orotic acid

  110. Osmium tetroxide

  111. Oxabain

  112. Oxamyl

  113. Oxetane, 3, 3-bis(chloromethyl)

  114. Oxidiphenoxarsine

  115. Oxy disulfoton

  116. Oxygen (liquid)

  117. Oxygen difluoride

  118. Ozone

  119. P-nitrophenol

  120. Paraffin

  121. Paraoxon (Diethyl 4 Nitrophenyl phosphate)

  122. Paraquat

  123. Paraquat methosulphate

  124. Parathion

  125. Parathion methyl

  126. Paris green

  127. Penta borane

  128. Penta chloro ethane

  129. Penta chlorophenol

  130. Pentabromophenol

  131. Pentachloro naphthalene

  132. Pentadecyl-amine

  133. Pentaerythaiotol tetranitrate

  134. Pentane

  135. Pentanone

  136. Perchloric acid

  137. Perchloroethylene

  138. Peroxyacetic acid

  139. Phenol

  140. Phenol, 2, 2-thiobis (4, 6-Dichloro)

  141. Phenol, 2, 2-thiobis (4 chloro 6-methyl phenol)

  142. Phenol, 3-(1-methyl ethyl) methylcarbamate

  143. Phenyl hydrazine hydrochloride

  144. Phenyl mercury acetate

  145. Phenyl silatrane

  146. Phenyl thiourea

  147. Phenylene P-diamine

  148. Phorate

  149. Phosazetin

  150. Phosfolan

  151. Phosgene

  152. Phosmet

  153. Phosphamidon

  154. Phosphine

  155. Phosphoric acid

  156. Phosphoric acid dimethyl (4-methyl thio)phenyl

  157. Phosphorthioic acid dimethyl S(2-Bis) Ester

  158. Phosphorothioic acid methyl (ester)

  159. Phosphorothioic acid, OO Dimethyl S-(2-methyl)

  160. Phosphorothioic, methyl-ethyl ester

  161. Phosphorous

  162. Phosphorous oxychloride

  163. Phosphorous pentaoxide

  164. Phosphorous trichloride

  165. Phosphorous penta chloride

  166. Phthalic anhydride

  167. Phylloquinone

  168. Physostignine

  169. Physostignine salicylate (1:1)

  170. Picric acid (2, 4, 6- trinitrophenol)

  171. Picrotoxin

  172. Piperdine

  173. Piprotal

  174. Pirinifos-ethyl

  175. Platinous chloride

  176. Platinum tetrachloride

  177. Potassium arsenite

  178. Potassium chlorate

  179. Potassium cyanide

  180. Potassium hydroxide

  181. Potassium nitride

  182. Potiassium nitrite

  183. Potassium peroxide

  184. Potassium silver cyanide

  185. Powdered metals and mixtures

  186. Promecarb

  187. Promurit

  188. Propanesultone

  189. Propargyl alcohol

  190. Propargyl bromide

  191. Propen-2-chloro-1 ,3-diou diacetate

  192. Propiolactone beta

  193. Propionitrile

  194. Propionitrile, 3-chloro

  195. Propiophenone, 4-amino

  196. Propyl chloroformate

  197. Propylene dichloride

  198. Propylene glycol, allylether

  199. Propylene imine

  200. Propylene oxide

  201. Prothoate

  202. Pseudosumene

  203. Pyrazoxon

  204. Pyrene

  205. Pyridine

  206. Pyridine, 2-methyl-3-vinyl

  207. Pyridine, 4-nitro-1-oxide

  208. Pyridine, 4-nitro-1-oxide

  209. Pyriminil

  210. Quinaliphos

  211. Quinone

  212. Rhodium trichloride

  213. Salcomine

  214. Sarin

  215. Selenious acid

  216. Selenium Hexafluoride

  217. Selenium oxychloride

  218. Semicarbazide hydrochloride

  219. Silane (4-amino butyl) diethoxy-meth

  220. Sodium

  221. Sodium anthra-quinone-1-sulphonate

  222. Sodium arsenate

  223. Sodium arsenite

  224. Sodium azide

  225. Sodium cacodylate

  226. Sodium chlorate

  227. Sodium cyanide

  228. Sodium fluoro-acetate

  229. Sodium hydroxide

  230. Sodium pentachloro-phenate

  231. Sodium picramate

  232. Sodium selenate

  233. Sodium selenite

  234. Sodium sulphide

  235. Sodium tellorite

  236. Stannane acetoxy triphenyl

  237. Stibine (Antimony hydride)

  238. Strychnine

  239. Strychnine sulphate

  240. Styphinic acid (2, 4,6-trinitroresorcinol)

  241. Styrene

  242. Sulphotec

  243. Sulphoxide, 3-chloropropyl octyl

  244. Sulphur dichloride

  245. Sulphur dioxide

  246. Sulphur monochloride

  247. Sulphur tetrafluoride

  248. Sulphur trioxide

  249. Sulphuric acid

  250. Tellurim (powder)

  251. Tellurium hexafluoride

  252. TEPP (Tetraethyl pyrophosphate)

  253. Terbufos

  254. Tert-Butyl alcohol

  255. Tert-Butyl peroxy carbonate

  256. Tert-Butyl peroxy isopropyl

  257. Tert-Butyl peroxyacetate (Conc >=70%)

  258. Tert-Butyl peroxypivalate (Conc >=77%)

  259. Tert-Butyl peroxyiso-butyrate

  260. Tetra hydrofuran

  261. Terta methyl lead

  262. Tetra nitromethane

  263. Tetra-chlorodibenzo-p-dioxin, 1, 2, 3, 7, 8(TCDD)

  264. Tetraethyl lead

  265. Tetrafluoriethyne

  266. Tetramethylene disulphotetramine

  267. Thallic oxide

  268. Thallium carbonate

  269. Thallium sulphate

  270. Thallous chloride

  271. Thallous malonate

  272. Thallous sulphate

  273. Thiocarbazide

  274. Thiocynamicacid, 2(Benzothiazolyethio) methyl

  275. Thiofamox

  276. Thiometon

  277. Thionazin

  278. Thionyl chloride

  279. Thiophenol

  280. Thiosemicarbazide

  281. Thiourea (2 chloro-phenyl)

  282. Thiourea (2-methyl phenyl)

  283. Tirpate (2,4-dimethyl-1,3-di-thiolane)

  284. Titanium powder

  285. Titanium tetra-chloride

  286. Toluene

  287. Toluene -2,4-di-isocyanate

  288. Toluene 2,6-di-isocyanate

  289. trans-1,4-di chloro-butene

  290. tri nitro anisole

  291. tri (Cyclohexyl) methylstannyl 1,2,4 triazole

  292. tri (Cyclohexyl) stannyl-1H-1, 2, 3-triazole

  293. triaminotrinitrobenzene

  294. triamphos

  295. triazophos

  296. tribromophenol 2, 4, 6

  297. trichloro napthalene

  298. trichloro chloromethyl silane

  299. trichloroacetyl chloride

  300. trichlorodichlorophenylsilane

  301. trichloroethyl silane

  302. trichloroethylene

  303. trichloromethane sulphenyl chloride

  304. trichloronate

  305. trichlorophenol 2, 3, 6

  306. trichlorophenol 2, 4, 5

  307. trichlorophenyl silane

  308. trichlorophon

  309. triethoxy silane

  310. triethylamine

  311. triethylene melamine

  312. trimethyl chlorosilane

  313. trimethyl propane phosphite

  314. trimethyl tin chloride

  315. trinitro aniline

  316. trinitro benzene

  317. trinitro benzoic acid

  318. trinitro phenetole

  319. trinitro-m-cresol

  320. trinitrotoluene

  321. tri-orthocreysyl phosphate

  322. triphenyl tin chloride

  323. tris(2-chloroethyl)amine

  324. Turpentine

  325. Uranium and its compounds

  326. Valino mycin

  327. Vanadium pentaoxide

  328. Vinyl acetate mononer

  329. Vinyl bromide

  330. Vinyl chloride

  331. Vinyl cyclohexane dioxide

  332. Vinyl fluoride

  333. Vinyl norbornene

  334. Vinyl toluene

  335. Vinyledene chloride

  336. Warfarin

  337. Warfarin Sodium

  338. Xylene dichloride

  339. Xylidine

  340. Zinc dichloropentanitrile

  341. Zink phosphide

  342. Zirconium & compounds