Standard for Cable Plant Inspection and Testing
his standard provides procedures for inspecting and testing rail transit cable plants.
OHS- 2: Pedestrian and Vehicle Safety Guideline (Secured file - cannot be printed)
The Guideline addresses plant facility layouts, visual displays, and mental attitudes. The facility and visual displays are physical items that assist in making the work place safer, The mental elements are somewhat more intangible but crucial to maintaining the awareness of and proper emphasis on safety. It is important to remember that the Pedestrian and Safety Guideline involves a lot more than ""simply painting lines on the floor."" It is a comprehensive program and,to be effective, it needs the interaction among all of its elements(facilities assessment indentifying areas requiring pedestrian/vehicular safety controls, equipment specifications, and pedestrian/operator training). Version 1 - 06/2004
Safety of Machinery; General Requirements and Risk Assessment
This standard applies to new, modified or rebuilt power driven machines, not portable by hand, used to shape and/or form metal or other materials by cutting, impact, pressure, electrical or other processing techniques, or a combination of these processes. Incorporates the bulk of ANSI B15.1-2000 (R2008) and ANSI B11.TR3
BS EN 12753:2005+A1:2010
Thermal cleaning systems for exhaust gas from surface treatment equipment. Safety requirements (British Standard)
1.1 This document is applicable to thermal cleaning systems for exhaust gas from surface treatment equipment/systems as given below in which the concentration of exhaust gas to be cleaned (for the purpose of this document, named "process gas") at the inlet to the thermal cleaning system is safely limited within the concentration ranges given in 184.108.40.206. Surface treatment equipment includes: - dryers according to EN 1539, curing equipment; - flash-off areas; - coating plants (e.g. closed spray booths, open fronted spray booths); - machines using flammable solvents for the pre-treatment and cleaning of products or equipment (e.g. barrels, tins, cans or containers); - related solvent handling equipment. This document deals only with the significant hazards from fire and explosion as listed in Clause 4, when used as intended and under the conditions foreseen by the manufacturer. The types of thermal cleaning systems covered in this document are - direct combustion, and - catalytic combustion (see definitions in 3.1.1 and 3.1.2). This document shall be used in conjunction with the relevant requirements of EN 746-1 and EN 746-2. For the purpose of this document a thermal cleaning system for process gas contains the following components: fan(s), heat exchanger, process space, main and supporting burner, injection system, power driven dampers, control and power circuits joined together for the processing of flammable substances, predominantly volatile organic compounds, by effecting oxidation. NOTE Thermal cleaning equipment is usually integrated with systems as covered by e.g. EN 1010, EN 1539, EN 12215, prEN 12921-1 or prEN 12921-3. 1.2 This document is not applicable to: - thermal paint removal systems; - pyrolytic systems. 1.3 This document is not applicable to thermal cleaning systems which are manufactured before the date of publication of this document by CEN.
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NFPA 1991: Standard on Vapor-Protective Ensembles for Hazardous Materials Emergencies, 2000 Edition
Covers design criteria, performance criteria, and test methods for Vapor-Protective Suits designed to protect emergency response personnel against exposure to specified chemicals in vapor and liquid splash environments during hazardous chemical emergencies.
NFPA 1992: Standard on Liquid Splash-Protective Clothing for Hazardous Materials Emergencies, 2000 Edition
Covers design criteria, performance criteria, and test methods for Liquid Splash-Protective Suits designed to protect emergency response personnel against exposure to specified chemicals in liquid-splash environments during hazardous chemical emergencies.
NFPA 2112: Standard on Flame-Resistant Garments for Protection of Industrial Personnel Against Flash Fire, 2001 Edition
Specifies the minimum design, performance, and certification requirements, and test methods for new flash fire protective garments. This standard shall not apply to protective clothing for wildland fire fighting, technical rescue, structural fire fighting, proximity fire fighting or any other speciality fire fighting operations, or hazardous chemical emergencies. This standard shall not apply to protection from electrical flashes, radiological agents, biological agents, or hazardous chemicals.
Balance Lifting Units Safety Standard for Cableways, Cranes,Derricks, Hoists, Hooks, Jacks, and Slings
The ASME B30 Standard contains provisions that apply to the construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing, maintenance, and use of cranes and other lifting and material-handling related equipment.
Stationary Compactors - Safety Requirements for Manufacturing and Reconstruction
This standard revises requirements to minimize the risk of fire, electrical shock and injury to persons during operation and maintenance of stationary compacting equipment for use with wastes and recyclable materials by commercial businesses, apartment buildings, industrial plants, waste processing facilities, waste disposal and transfer industries, and recycling facilities. The requirements of this standard apply to stationary compactors rated at 600 volts or less, for outdoor or indoor use, and are employed in accordance with the manufacturer's written installation, operation, and maintenance instructions and procedures.
NFPA 70E: Standard for Electrical Safety Requirements for Employee Workplaces, 2004 Edition
Covers the full range of electrical safety issues from work practices to maintenance, special equipment requirements, and installation. In fact, OSHA bases its electrical safety mandates on the comprehensive information in this important Standard.
Safety Standard for Conveyors and Related Equipment
This Standard applies to the design, construction, installation, maintenance, inspection, and operation of conveyors and conveying systems in relation to hazards.