Guidance

Dichloromethane: properties and incident management

Information about dichloromethane for use in responding to chemical incidents.

Documents

Dichloromethane: incident management

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Dichloromethane: general information

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These documents provide information on the health effects of exposure and how to respond to a chemical incident.

Dichloromethane is also known as methylene chloride and DCM.

Published 1 July 2014
Last updated 16 May 2017 + show all updates
  1. Added general information.
  2. Updated incident management document.
  3. Updated incident management guidance.
  4. First published.