Essentially, physical hazards are substances due to their nature, can cause physical injury. They include combustible liquids, compressed gasses, explosives, flammables, peroxides, oxidizers, pyrophoric and reactive materials. Basically, any substance that is capable of going pop, kaboom, bang, whoosh, fizz, screech and/or light the sky in a dazzling display and as a result, has the capability to lacerate, mash, smash, mangle, slice, dice, flatten, tear, wear, separate, puncture, rupture, freeze, roast, toast, scald, contuse, bruise, or otherwise abuse parts of your body, would be considered physical hazards.
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