Exposure irritates the eyes, the skin and the
respiratory tract. Symptoms are
burning and redness for the skin and eyes. Inhalation
causes confusion, drowsiness
and shortness of breath, leading to collapse.
The substance can affect the central
nervous system, resulting in impaired respiratory
and circulatory functions.
Exposure can be fatal.
Fresh air in the case of inhalation and rinsing
with plenty of water in the
case of skin or eye exposure.