NFPA 2 Hydrogen Technologies Code, 2011 Edition
"Protect lives and property with the 2011 NFPA 2's comprehensive fire protection requirements for areas containing hydrogen.
The 2011 NFPA 2: Hydrogen Technologies Code consolidates all the fire and life safety requirements applicable to generation, installation, storage, piping, use, and handling of hydrogen in compressed gas form or cryogenic liquid form into a single comprehensive resource"
NACE Standard RP0391-2001
Materials for the Handling of Concentrated Sulfuric Acid
This standard recommended practice provides information for use in the design and selection of materials used in the handling and storage of commercial concentrated sulfuric acid (H2SO4) at temperatures of up to 50oC (120oF). The primary purpose of this standard is to provide information allowing the reader to make a more informed decision regarding the design and selection of materials. This standard is intended to assist engineers and CPI operations and maintenance personnel who are involved in the design, modification, and maintenance of ambient-temperature, concentrated sulfuric acid systems and equipment.
NACE Standard SP0273-2007
Handling and Proper Usage of Inhibited Oilfield Acids (Reaffirmed)
Outlines methods and procedures for the handling and use of inhibited hydrochloric acid for oilfield applications. Includes general considerations when using inhibited acid in wells, such as material and equipment checks, acid solution preparation, acid solution pumping and injection, and return fluids handling; field testing of 15% or less hydrochloric acid solution for presence or absence of corrosion inhibitors; and dispersibility tests for corrosion inhibitors in oilfield acids.
Nitrogen Trifluoride - Second Edition
Because of its widespread use and its potential for mishandling, this publication has been written and is intended for the suppliers, distributors and users of nitrogen trifluoride and its handling equipment
Fluorine And Fluorine Mixtures With Inert Gases First Edition
This publication is for gaseous fluorine and mixtures of fluorine with inert gases where the resulting fluorine concentrations of equal to and greater than 0.5% fluorine are considered to present a risk of reaction due to the oxidizing potential. It is intended for the suppliers, distributors, and users of fluorine and fluorine mixtures and the associated handling equipment. It sets out to provide a good understanding of the potential hazards involved in storage, use and transportation of compressed fluorine and its mixtures with inert gases and the approach to be taken to minimize the risk of incidents. This publication does not cover the manufacture, purification, liquefaction, or analysis of fluorine or its mixtures with inert gases, although the general guidance given is also relevant to these processes. Within Appendix 2 of this publication is an audit checklist.
Arsine - First Edition
This publication is intended for the suppliers, distributors, and users of arsine and its handling equipment.
This publication is written for the benefit of end users of gaseous or liquid oxygen. It covers the characteristic properties of oxygen, its manufacture, commercial use, and packaging. This publication describes the appropriate procedures for the safe handling, storage, use and disposal of both gas and liquid oxygen containers. Information concerning oxygen handing systems such piping, manifold, and bulk systems also is provided.
Safe Transfer Of Liquefied Carbon Dioxide In Insulated Cargo Tanks, Tank Cars, And Portable Containers
The information contained in this publication is provided as a guide for personnel involved in transferring liquid carbon dioxide or in safety and training. General procedures recommended for the safe loading and unloading of the different types of carbon dioxide containers are presented. The special hazards of liquid carbon dioxide and its physiology and toxicology are explained so personnel can be properly trained for product handling.
Transfilling and Safe Handling of Small Carbon Dioxide Cylinders
This publication covers the filling of small carbon dioxide cylinders. Its primary purpose is to provide information to personnel engaged in transfilling, handling, and transporting small carbon dioxide cylinders that have been transfilled from another uninsulated cylinder.
Includes the physical and chemical properties, physiology, toxicity, special hazards, production, regulations, storage, handling, and applications of carbon dioxide.
Safe Handling of Compressed Gases in Containers
Primarily for the guidance of users of compressed gases in cylinders, although some general precautions are included for tank car handling. Presents basic rules for safe handling and regulations applying to compressed gases. Previous edition cited in 29 CFR.
Safe Handling of Cryogenic Liquids
This publication provides general information about the properties, transportation, storage, safe handling, and safe use of the cryogenic liquids commonly used by industry and institutions. It is intended for cryogenic liquid users, shippers, carriers, distributors, equipment designers or installers, safety administrators, and anyone seeking an introduction to cryogenic liquids.
The Inert Gases: Argon, Nitrogen, and Helium
Presents general information regarding the characteristics and handling of the inert gases argon, nitrogen and helium, and is intended primarily for the users of these gases. Describes the properties, manufacture, and commercial use of these gases and authorized containers. Includes information on storage and handling of these gases in liquefied form.
Portable Cylinder Banks
This bulletin provides guidance on the safe handling of portable cylinder banks using sound industry practices. Portable cylinder banks means a grouping of two or more cylinders connected by a manifold. They are filled, transported, and used without disassembly and are supported by a structural support system (see Figure 1).
Torque Guidelines for Sealing CGA Valve Outlet Connections
The purpose of this publication is to provide fillers and users of compressed gases with torque guidelines for sealing various CGA cylinder valve outlet connections except for the 630/710 connections covered in CGA TB-9, Guidelines for the Proper Handling and Use of the CGA 630/710 Series Ultra High Integrity Service Connections, medical yoke connections, medical DISS connections, and scuba connections . By following these guidelines, users can expect to reduce leaks and damage to the connections.
Provides information on the physical and chemical properties of hydrogen and proper handling and use. It is intended to provide background information for personnel involved in the manufacture, distribution, and use of hydrogen. Additional technical information can be obtained from hydrogen gas manufacturers.
This publication provides information regarding the properties, manufacture, shipping, storage, handling, and use of hydrogen sulfide. It also describes many of the related regulatory requirements and safe practices in the United States and Canada. This information is intended to complement but not supplant national, state, provincial, territorial, municipal, and insurance company codes and requirements.
This publication provides information on dry ice (including physical and chemical properties, physiology, toxicity, special hazards, production, regulations, storage, handling, and applications) to users, producers, and distributors. More information on the various aspects of dry ice and its transportation and use may be found in the references cited in this publication, which are listed in Section 11.
Introduction to LNG for Personnel Safety
A guide for operators, supervisors and plant-safety personnel for basic training in safety at LNG plants. Also provides guidance for planning and implementing basic safety programs at LNG facilities. 53 pages. 1986.
Introduction to LPG Safety for Propane-Air Plant Operators
Offers safety guidelines in LPG storage and handling for propane-air plant owners and operators. Also useful to make safety professionals familiar with LPG safety in propane-air plants.
Requirements for Process Sealing Between Electrical Systems and Flammable or Combustible Process Fluids
Provides specific requirements for process sealing between electrical systems and flammable or combustible process fluids where a failure could allow the migration of process fluids directly into the electrical system. Examples of this type of seal include diaphragm seals, thermowells, and pump seals. The requirements of this document are not meant to apply to electrical conduit and cable seals as addressed in ANSI/NFPA 70:2002 Section 501:5 (C) and 505.16 (D).
This document provides specific requirements for process sealing between electrical systems and flammable or combustible process fluids where a failure could allow the migration of process fluids directly into the electrical system. This document contains requirements for construction and testing of single seal equipment, dual seal equipment, and add-on secondary seals.
Safety in laboratories - Storage of chemicals
(FOREIGN STANDARD) Specifies procedures and requirements for the segregation and storage of chemicals in laboratories and stores associated with laboratories.
Standard for Exhaust Systems for Air Conveying of Vapors, Gases, Mists, and Noncombustible Particulate Solids, 2004 Edition
Provides minimum requirements for the design, construction, installation, operation, testing, and maintenance of exhaust systems for air conveying of vapors, gases, mists, and noncombustible particulate solids except as modified or amplified by other applicable NFPA Standards
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.
Pipeline Transportation Systems for Liquid Hydrocarbons and Other Liquids
Prescribes requirements for the design, materials, construction, assembly, inspection, and testing of piping transporting liquids between production facilities, tank farms, natural gas processing plants, refineries, pump stations, ammonia plants, terminals (marine, rail, and truck), and other delivery and receiving points. Piping consists of pipe, flanges, bolting, gaskets, valves, relief devices, fittings, and the pressure-containing parts of other piping components. It also includes hangers and supports, and other equipment items necessary to prevent overstressing the pressure-containing parts.
Standard Practices for Apparatus, Reagents, and Safety Considerations for Chemical Analysis of Metals, Ores, and Related Materials
These practices cover laboratory apparatus and reagents that are required for the chemical analysis of metals, ores and related materials by standard methods of ASTM. Detailed descriptions of recommended apparatus and detailed instructions for the preparation of standard solutions and certain nonstandardized reagents will be found listed or specified in the individual methods of analysis. Included here are general recommendations on the purity of reagents and protective measures for the use of hazardous reagents.
DIN EN 14470-1:2004
Fire safety storage cabinets - Part 1: Safety storage cabinets for flammable liquids (FOREIGN STANDARD)
The European Standard specifies classification, safety requirements and their testing, marking and requirements to the user information of safety cupboards up to 1 cubicmeter volume for the storage of flammabe liquids in laboratories and other working rooms.
DIN EN 14470-2:2006
Fire safety storage cabinets - Part 2: Safety cabinets for pressurised gas cylinders; German version EN 14470-2:2006 (FOREIGN STANDARD)
The standard specifies requirements and test methods for fire safe cabinets for the storage of gas cylinders in laboratory and working rooms. Based on a fire test, a classification of the cabinets can be performed.