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2 For the user of this presentation: This presentation has animation that can only be seen when you select “View Show” from the “Slide Show” menu item. Author uses this presentation for Compressed Gas Cylinder Training During the “what is wrong with this picture” segment. Trainees have rated this segment as the best part of the training. If you have other photos you care to submit, send them directly to with a note as to what is wrong in the photo. I will continue adding to this presentation and posting to the Vermont SIRI. Thanks, Rafael Coll (630)

3 Subject to damage from other activities in the vicinity Electrical cord in Contact with the cylinder Cylinder laying in a horizontal position

4 Cylinders are not protected from falling. Note that the Chain is not secured across Chain

5 1. 1.Cylinder not secured 2. Subject to damage 3. Cylinder should be stored 4. Electrical cord draped over Electrical Cord

6 1. 1.Small cylinder not tied off 2. 2.Combustibles stored with cylinders 3. Bad housekeeping 4. Acetylene and Oxygen stored too close together and no chain

7 1. 1.Cylinder with no valve or cap installed 2. 2.Laying horizontal on the ground 3. 3.Subject to damage

8 Cylinder is damaged and should be taken out of service immediately! Electrical arc damage

9 Cylinder should be in storage protected from damage and not laying on the ground regardless if it is full or empty

10 Old, corroded cylinder that should have been disposed of a long time ago

11 1. 1.Cylinders laying on the ground and improperly stored 2. 2.Subject to damage from forklift operation in vicinity Forklift

12 1. 1.Feed line exposed to damage/leak that could cause a fire/explosion 2. 2.Tripping Hazard

13 1. 1.Inadequate housekeeping 2. 2.Valve caps should be installed

14 Acetylene Cylinder 1. 1.Unsecured acetylene cylinder 2. 2.Exposed to damage

15 Unsecured cylinders

16 This cylinder should be taken to storage and housekeeping should be improved

17 Unsecured cylinder

18 Unsecured Cylinder

19 Cooking equipment within 20 ft of containers

20 Tied Not Tied

21 oxy-acetylene torch connected to bottles without the torch connected

22 No cap installed Housekeeping

23 Cylinder not in use with regulators still on the cylinder Free standing cylinder

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25 Free standing cylinders Chain

26 Cylinder tied only with a bungee cord

27 Cylinders not secured properly

28 Free standing cylinders Exposed to damage from construction activities in area

29 Free standing cylinders

30 Cylinder laying on its side

31 What a pressurized container can do when the right amount of heat is applied.

32 Or, the importance of using flashback arrestors on oxy-acetylene carts and keeping spark producing activities Away From You (min 35 ft.) Away From You (min 35 ft.). How not to blow yourself up

33 Acetylene hose developed a leak and ignited during the grinding operation

34 No “flashback” arrestor check valve and the fire traveled through the hose into the compressed cylinder. All Oxygen/Acetylene setups must have a Flashback arrestor check valve at the regulators, NOT the torch head, to prevent this type of occurrence.


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