Presentation on theme: "29 CFR 1910 Subpart H Hazardous Materials Presenter Roberto Dickinson OSHA Training Institute Instructor."— Presentation transcript:
29 CFR 1910 Subpart H Hazardous Materials Presenter Roberto Dickinson OSHA Training Institute Instructor
Compressed Gas Handling - Storage and Use 10.101(b) - 133 Spray Booth - Air Velocity 10.107(b)(5)(i) - 108 Class I Liquids - Dispensing 10.106(e)(6)(ii) - 97 Spray Area - Approved Electrical Equipment 10.107(c)6) - 87 Sources of ignition - Precautions 10.106(e)(6(i) - 86 Sub H - Most Frequently Cited Standard
OSHA STANDARDS 29 CFR 1910 General Industry 1910. Subpart H
1910 - Subpart H Hazardous Materials 1910.101 Compressed Gases 1910.102 Acetylene 1910.103 Hydrogen 1910.104 Oxygen 1910.105 Nitrous Oxide 1910.106 Flammable and Combustible liquids 1910.107 Spray finishing 1910.109 Explosives 1910.110 Storage and handling of LPG gases 1910.111 Storage and handling of Anhydrous ammonia 1910.119 Process safety management 1910.120 Hazardous waste operations and emergency response 1910..122-126 Dipping and coating operations
101(a) Inspection of compressed gas cylinders (a) Each employer shall determine that compressed gas cylinders under his control are in a safe condition to the extent that this can be determined by visual inspection. Visual and other inspections shall be conducted as prescribed in the Hazardous Materials Regulations of the Department of Transportation (49 CFR parts 171-179 and 14 CFR part 103). Where those regulations are not applicable, visual and other inspections shall be conducted in accordance with Compressed Gas Association Pamphlets C-6-1968 and C-8- 1962, which is incorporated by reference as specified in Sec. 1910.6.
(a) Inspection of compressed gas cylinders In safe condition by visual inspection in accordance with CGA C-6 & 8 - Gas suppliers recommend: 1910.101 - Compressed gases General requirements
Compressed Gas Association Inc. CGA C-6 1984 3.2.6 - Bulges Cylinders are manufactured with reasonably symmetrical shape. Cylinder which have definite bulges shall be removed from service Bulge
Compressed Gas Association Inc. CGA C-6 1984 5.3.7 - Fire Damage Cylinders shall be carefully inspected for evidence of exposure to fire Fire Damage
101(b) "Compressed gases." The in-plant handling, storage, and utilization of all compressed gases in cylinders, portable tanks, rail tankcars, or motor vehicle cargo tanks shall be in accordance with Compressed Gas Association Pamphlet P- 1-1965, which is incorporated by reference as specified in Sec. 1910.6
1910.101(c) "Safety relief devices for compressed gas containers." Compressed gas cylinders, portable tanks, and cargo tanks shall have pressure relief devices installed and maintained in accordance with Compressed Gas Association Pamphlets S-1.1- 1963 and 1965 addenda and S- 1.2-1963, which is incorporated by reference as specified in Sec. 1910.6.
1910.101(b) Compressed gas association Pamphlet P-1 –Utilization of all compressed gases in: Portable tanks Rail Tank Cars Motor Vehicle Cargo Tank
Pamphlet P-1 3.1General 1 DOt/ICC markings “3AA” indicates specs in 49CFR 178.37 2 Serial number with no duplications 3 Symbol of manufacturer, user, or purchaser 4 “6 56” date of mfg., month and year 5 + plus mark indicates 10% overcharged 6 Retest dates 7 * 5 pointed star indicates 10yr retest
Section 4 General Precautions For Tank Car Charging Approval Stencil - ID “Dangerous Placard” Leaks Safe Handling Bureau of Explosives Relief Valve Shippers Diagram Private Track Brakes/Wheels Derails Electrical Grounding
Section 5 - Cargo Tank ISO Container for international shipment User - Gas Supplier
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