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REVISED DRAFT
Work Plan for Systems Cleaning
For North and South Groundwater
Treatment
Operable Unit 1, Site 78
MCB Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Prepared for:
DEPARTMENT OF THIZ NAVY
Contract No. N62470-93-D-3032
Delivery Order 0118
Prepared by
OHM Remediation Services Corp.
Norcross, Georgia
John P. Franz, P.E.
Program Manager
James A. Dunn, Jr., P.E.
Project Manager
November 1996
OHM Project No. 18859
Plants
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TABLE
1.0
OF COiVTEiVTS
SiteBackground
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Site Description ............................................
SiteHistory ................................................
1.1
1.2
1.3
2.0
OBJECTIVES
3.0
SITE
4.0
SCOPE
PREPARATION
OF WORK
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MOBILIZATION
DEMOBILIZATION
FINAL
FIGURES
Figure 1
Figure 2
Vicinity and Location Map
General Arrangement Map
APPENDICES
Appendix
Appendix
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A
B
Health and Safety Plan
As-Built Drawings
REPORT
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4.1 .l Sampling and Analysis ................................
4.1.2 Transportation and Disposal ...........................
SystemCleaning ............................................
SystemReview .............................................
SystemRepair ..............................................
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1.0 INTRODUCTION
This Work Plan (WI’) reviews OHM Remediation Services Corp.‘s (OHM) approach to
implementation of the scope of work under Delivery Order No. 0118 of Navy Atlantic
Division (LANTDIV) Contract N62470-93-D-3032. A site specific health and safety plan
(OHM Site Safety Plan) has been developed for this delivery order and is to be considered
as a complementary component to this work plan.
This WP identifies and describes how OHM will implement the major tasks encompassing
the engineering review of remedial system cleaning and repair for both the North and South
groundwater treatment systems located at Site 78 in the Hadnot Point Industrial area at
MCB Camp Lejeune in conformance with the contract requirements. A Site Specific Health
and Safety Plan has also been prepared and included to this work plan as Appendix A to
this work plan which includes the following sections:
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Section
Section
2.0 Objectives
3.0 Mobilization and Site Setup
4.0 Scope of Work
5.0 Demobilization/Quarterly
Report
SITE BACKGROUND
MCB Camp Lejeune was placed on the Comprehensive Environmental Response,
Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), National Priorities List (NPL) effective
October 4,1989 (54 Federal Register 41015, October 4,1989). Subsequent to this listing,
the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) Region Iv, the North Carolina
Department of Environment, Health and Natural Resources (NCDEHNR) and the United
States Department of the Navy (DON) entered into a Federal Facilities Agreement (FFA) for
MCB Camp Lejeune. The primary purpose of the FFA was to ensure that environmental
impacts associated with past and present activities at MCB Camp Lejeune were thoroughly
investigated and appropriate CERCLA response/Resources Conservation and Recovery
Act (RCRA) corrective action alternatives were developed and implemented as necessary to
protect the public health and the environment.
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SITE DESCRIPTION
The information presented in this section was obtained from the scope of work contained in
the request for proposal from LANTDIV.
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Camp Lejeune is a training base for the U.S. Marine Corps, located in Onslow County,
North Carolina. The base covers approximately 170 square miles and includes 14 miles of
coast line. MCB Camp Lejeune is bounded to the southeast by the Atlantic Ocean, to the
northeast by State Route 24, and to the west by U.S. Route 17. The town of Jacksonville,
North Carolina is located north of the Base (Figure 1).
Site 78 encompasses the industrial area of MCB, Camp Lejeune and is bordered by
Holcomb Boulevard, Sneads Ferry Road, Duncan Street, and Main Service Road. This area
is comprised of maintenance shops, warehouses, painting shops, printing shops, automobile
body shops, and other similar industrial facilities. Site 78 covers approximately 590 acres.
With the exception of buildings, the majority of the site area is paved (e.g., roadways,
parking lots, loading dock areas, and storage lots); however, there are many small lawn
areas associated with individual buildings within the site and along lengthy stretches of
roadways. In addition, there are several acres of woods in the southern portion of the site.
Recreational ball fields and a parade ground are located in the southwest comer of the site.
Figure 1 identifies Site 78.
1.3
SITE HISTORY
Site 78, constructed in the late 193Os, was the first developed area at MCB Camp Lejeune.
It was comprised of approximately 75 buildings and facilities including maintenance shops,
gas stations, administration offices, commissaries, snack bars, warehouses, and storage
yards. There is presently no known uncontrolled disposal of wastes related to the various
industrial activities at the site. Due to the industrial nature of the site, many spills and
leaks have occurred over the years. Most of these spills and leaks have consisted of
petroleum-related products and solvents from underground storage tanks (USTs), drums
and uncontained waste storage areas.
The plants were designed by Baker Environmental and built by O’Brien & Gere in 1995.
OHM assumed operation and maintenance (O&M) of the plants in June 1996. Prior to
OHM’s assumption of operation and maintenance, PDG Environmental Services, Inc. was
contracted for O&M of the plants for the period of July 5,1995, through June 28,1996.
Prior to PUG’s assumption of O&M, the plants were subject to a 6-month shakedown
performed by the constructor O’Brien & Gere, from June 1,1995 to July 4,1995.
Both plants have a history of prior operational problems which have been summa rized into
the following list:
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Heavy calcification discovered downstream
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Polymer feed system shut down at both plans due to fouling of downstream
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Carbon units taken off-line due to high influent pressure - North Plant
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Sequestering system installed to inhibit calcium backup in system post air stripping
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- Both Plants
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Impellers shaved in primary, secondary and backwash pumps to improve efficiency
- Both Plants
Additional control valves were installed on the primary, secondary and backwash
systems - Both Plants
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2.0 OBJECTPVES
The objectives for Site 78, North and South plants, are to perform routine operation and
maintenance (O&M) of the plants, to perform major cleaning of the plants, and to
recommend modifications or changes to the systems to enhance their performance.
As part of the routine O&M, the plants will be sampled monthly to verify plant
performance. The remedial goals of the plants are listed below.
Remedial Goals
Parameter
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Benzene
4.0 j.tg/L
1,2-DCE
<LO pg/L
TCE
4.0 j&g/L
Vinyl chloride
cl.0
pg/L
Metals
Sb
cl.0 pg/L
As
10 pg/L
Be
4.0 pg/L
Cr
10 pg/L
Fe
10,000 pg/L
Pb
<15 pg/L
<5.0 pg/L
Hg
co.2 pg/L
Ni
a-
pg/L
A quarterly report will be co-authored by OHM and Baker and includes a review of the
preliminary report prepared by Baker, preparation of the operational portion of the report
and a review of the final document after al I&@
mments have been addressed. Samples of the
daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual/semi-annual
forms are located at the end of
Section 4.0. These forms will be modified to fit actual operating conditions after the
engineering review and/or modifications to the plants are completed.
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3.0 SITE PREPARATION
AND MOBILUATIOlV
Concurrent with mobilization, OHM will arrange a pm-construction meeting at MCB Camp
Lejeune with LANTDIV and base personnel. The purpose of this meeting will be to:
Confirm roles and responsibilities
project execution
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of key personnel and flow of communication
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Review the project schedule, sequence of tasks and key milestones
Identify and discuss Base-specific issues relative to the upcoming mobilization
cleaning activities
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Obtain photographs
of the sites for documentation
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of existing site conditions
OHM will mobilize personnel and equipment from its existing labor force at MCB Camp
Lejeune to perform this project. Prior to beginning work on site, a training meeting will be
conducted to brief all site personnel on the Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan,
construction drawings, and other relevant site-specific plans. Site hazards and conditions
will be discussed and all personnel will acknowledge their understanding and compliance
with the plan by signing an approved acceptance form.
Project mobilization
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and site setup will consist of the following
main activities:
Temporary Facilities Installation - OHM will utilize its office trailer already
located at Lot 203 as an administrative area and command center. This area will
serve as the control check point for contractor/subcontractor
personnel entering the
site.
Site Security - All persons entering the site will be required to sign in and out daily+
OHM reserves the right to deny access to any individual not showing proper
identification.
Health and Safety Zones - The site will be segregated into work areas on the basis
of degree of hazard and PPE requirements. OHM health and safety personnel will
provide site air monitoring and wiI.l adjust work zone boundaries as appropriate.
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4.0 SCOPE OF WORK
During the site visit conducted on June 7,1996, with LANTDIV and Base personnel from
MCI3 Camp Lejeune, the scope of work was refined to include the work activities which are
detailed below. Further delineation of the system review and repair activities was provided
in the Statement of Work prepared by LANTDIV dated June 20,1996, which accompanies
the Request for Proposal.
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4.1
ROUTINE
O&M
OHM will continue to perform routine maintenance of the North and South plants in
accordance with the existing O&M manual provided by LANTDIV including sampling and
analysis of plant performance and transportation and disposal of nonhazardous waste
generated from plant activities. Routine operating instructions are summarized as follows:
Well Pump Recovery System
There are two groundwater recovery well/pump system at the North Plant and four
systems at the South plant. Each pump system is an Ejector Systems, Inc. S2 with a model
TF air operated pump and a model STD controller. Information on the start-up and
maintenance
of these systems can be found in Volume II of the O&M Manual. Air is
supplied to these pumps by an Ingersoll-Rand type T30 two stage industrial air
compressor. Start-up and maintenance instruction for the compressor can be found in
Volume III of the O&M ManuaL
Influent Flow Meter
The plant influent flow meter is a magnetic flow device which monitors and records plant
inflow. The meter is a model FM655 Tigexmag by Spading Instruments Co., Inc.
Information on the maintenance of this device can be found in Volume II of the O&M
Manual.
Polymer Mixing and Feed System
(This system is not in use and has been replaced by the sequestering system.) The furnished
system is a POLYMAX Model #4001-4O/l.O liquid (neat) polymer blending unit.
Information on the operation and maintenance
of the unit can be found in Volume II of the
O&M manual. To mix polymer into the flocculation tank:
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To cease polymer mixing:
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Allow system to flush with potable water before shutdown
Shut the unit down as described in Volume II of the O&M Manual
Close Valve No. 25
Sequestering System
The system consists of a chemical feed pump, Model 1601 manufacturer by D. K. which
feeds sequestering agent (Calsperse) from a drum to the main treatment stream at the ’
bottom of the inlet pipe to the air stripper. Speed and stroke of the pump are variable and
set based upon system influent flow rates. Maximum pump delivery is 0.22 gallons per
hour. For both plants, the speed of frequency is set at 25 percent and the stroke at 50
percent.
Oil/Water Separator
The furnished system is a Remedial Systems Inc. Oil/Water Separator. Water flows into
the system under pressure from the groundwater recovery pumps. System start up and
maintenance is discussed in Volume III of the O&M Manual.
During normal operation, the oil recovery chamber will transfer collected LNAPL from the
tank to the oil storage tank by gravity. Water will also flow by gravity to the flocculation
tank.
Occasionally, it will necessary to clean the coalescing plates in the unit. To clean the unit:
Shut off all flow to the system and allow water to drain from the tank
Close valves No. 1 and No. 3
Clean the unit as described in Volume III of the O&M Manual
Start up the system using only potable water as described in Volume III of the O&M
Manual
Open valves No. 1 and No. 3
Resume pumping of influent groundwater
Flocculation Tank and Mikr
The flocculation tank is a 1,200-gallon nominal capacity FRP tank. The flocculation mixer
is a model BGM 33/50 by Braun Mixer, Inc. The mixer motor is a variable speed mixer
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motor, Model V-1000 by AC Tech Incorporated. The mixer speed can be controlled through
the mixer control panel located adjacent to the flocculation tank. Information on the start
up and maintenance of this equipment can be found in Volume II of the O&M Manual.
Solids collecting in the flocculation tank must be pumped to the solids holding tank by
manually activating the sludge transfer pump. To transfer solids from the tank:
Open valve No. 4
Manually activate the sludge transfer pump
Turn off the pump when finished transferring
Close valve No. 4
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solids
In addition, a pH probe is located inside this tank to monitor a record pH of plant influent.
This probe requires removal and recalibration once per month.
Surge Settling Tank and Prima y Feed Pumps
The surge settling tank is a 2,900-gallon (nominal) FRP tank. Water flows via gravity from
the flocculation tank to the settling tank. The two primary feed pumps, Model 324A-BF by
Aurora Pump Company, pump the water from the surge settling tank through the multi
media filters. These pumps are each capable of 40 gpm at 10 ft. of TDH and are activated
on a preset level sensor in the surge settling tank. The pump can be activated manually as
well. Information on start up and maintenance of these pumps can be found in Volume III
of the O&M Manual.
To drain settled solids from the tank
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Open valve No. 5
Manually activate the sludge transfer pump
Turn off the pump when finished transferring
Close valve No. 5
solids
Multi-Media Filter System
The multi-media filters are Model no. ML-30HF-2 twin filters manufactured by Brrmer
Corporation. Information on the start up and maintenance of these filters can be found in
Volume III of the O&M Manual. During normal operation, one filter is in operation while the
other is either off-line or in backwash mode. Water is pumped through the filter from the
primary feed pumps. The filter system is equipped with a timer to automatically backwash
the filters (see Volume III of the O&M Manual for instructions on how to set the timer). The
initial setting for backwash is once per twenty-four hours, this setting is adjustable. System
backwash can also be performed by manually activating the sand filter backwash pump
and adjusting the valves.
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The multi-media filter backwash pump is a model 344A by Aurora Pump Co. This pump is
capable of pumping 75 gpm of flow at 50 ft. TDH. The backwash cycle lasts
approximately ten minutes. Treated effluent from the GAC units is stored in a 2500 gallon
backwash tank. This tank serves to store treated water for use as backwash water or for
eventual discharge to the sanitary sewers. Backwash water from the multi-media filters is
directed to the sludge holding tank To backwash the filters manually:
Check the level of the backwash tank and make sure that sufficient water exists for
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Low Profile
Air Stripping
System
The low profile air stripping system consists of the air blower, two secondary feed pumps,
and the air stripping unit.
During normal operations, the secondary feed pumps (each capable of 40 gpm),
manufactured by Carver Pump Company, will pump flocculated, filtered water through the
air stripper and the GAC units.
The air stripping unit is a tray air stripper by Remedial Systems Inc. The system is designed
to remove volatile organic compound (VOCs) from water at a rate of 80 gpm. The stripper
blower is model no. PB-15 by Cincinnati Fan & Blower Corp. The blower is designed to run
continuously regardless of whether there is water flow to the stripper unless an alarm
deactivates the blower. Information on the start up and maintenance of the low profile air
stripping system can be found in Volume III of the O&M Manual.
Cartridge
Filters
Water effluent from the low profile air stripper is pumped via the secondary feed pumps
through dual cartridge bag filters prior to entering the GAC units. These bag filters are used
as a final polishing to remove suspended solids prior to carbon adsorption. The filters are
high capacity bag filters as manufactured by HARMSCO Industrial Filters Corp.
Information on these cartridge filters can be found in Volume IV of the O&M Manual. The
filter bags can be replaced as follows:
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Remove used filter bag and install a clean bag
Open valve No. 14 or No. 15
Dispose of used filter bag in an appropriate manner
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Granular Activated Carbon Units
The cartridge filter effluent is directed to two granular activated carbon (GAC) units model
No. ZCC-H by Monarch Water Systems Inc. These units can operate in series, with one
unit as a standby, or in parallel, but are designed specifically for parallel operations. The
carbon units can also be completely bypassed. Each unit is charged with 2,000 lbs. of
granular activated carbon.
Information on the specific operation and maintenance of these units can be found in
Volume IV of the O&M Manual.
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The units are designed to be backwashed when a significant pressure drop is observed (5 to
7 psi) over the unit as measured by reading the pressure gauges located along the piping
through the system. Backwash water for the carbon units is taken from the backwash tank
and is pumped through the carbon unit backwash pump. The pump is a model 344A-BF by
Aurora Pump Corp. and is capable of 100 gpm at 50 ft. TDH. Carbon filter backwash
must be performed manually and requires taking the units off-line. The backwash cycle
lasts approximately 5-7 minutes. To backwash the carbon units:
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carbon units
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bypass the
Backwash water from the carbon units is directed to a plant dram which feeds into building
drainage sump and is recycled to the head of the plant.
Effluent Pumps
To direct treated water from the backwash tank to the sanitary sewer, two effluent pumps
are provided. Each pump is a model 324A-BF by Aurora Pump Co. and are capable of 40
gpm at 10 ft. TDH. Information on the start up and maintenance of these pumps can be
found in Volume III of the O&M Manual. These pumps are activated via level switches in
the backwash tank. In this way, the level in the backwash tank is controlled and treated
water can be directed to the sanitary sewer as it is processed.
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Sludge Holding Tank and Dezuatering System
The sludge holding tank is a 2,500-gallon nominal capacity F!RP tank which receives solids
from the flocculation tank, the surge settling tank the multi-media filter backwash water.
This tank has a conical shaped bottom where solids are consolidated. Supernatant from
this tank is directed to the building drainage sump. Information on this tank can be found
in Volume IV of the O&M Manual.
The consolidated sludge from the sludge holding tank must be manually pumped from the
tank to the dewatering filter press. An air operated sludge feed pump has been provided to
transfer the solids. This pump is a Model SB2-A Type 3 by Warren Rupp Co. Information
on this pump can be found in Volume III of this O&M Manual. The sludge dewatering press
is a model E2470 by D.R. Sperry & Co. This is a plate and frame filter press designed to
dewater the sludge for solid waste disposal. Information concerning the detailed start up
and maintenance of this press can be found in Volume III of the O&M Manual.
To transfer solids from the sludge holding tank and dewater the sludge:
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the above valves to their original position
WARNING:
occurring.
Do not operate the sludge transfer pump while multi-media
filter backwash is
Building Drainage Sump System
The building drainage sump collects water from the sludge holding tank overflow,
dewatering press supernatant, carbon unit backwash, and backwash tank overflow. This
sump is equipped with level sensors and two pumps. The pumps are model SK60M3 by
Aurora Rump Company. These pumps are installed to pump water from the sump after it
reaches a pre- set level. Water from the sump is directed back to the oil/water separator
influent. Information on the maintenance of the sump pumps can be found in Volume III of
the O&M Manual.
The plant is equipped with a heating, ventilation and air conditioning system to control the
climate of the plant building enclosure. The system includes and air handling unit (heating
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& cooling), roof vents and wall louvers (control dampers). Information
of the HVAC system can be found in Volume III of the O&M manual.
on the maintenance
Fire Alarm
The treatment building for each system is equipped with a fire alarm system. The system is
supplied by Electra Micro Security Systems if Durham, North Carolina. The system
consists of a primary control panel, horn/strobe alarm, radio transmitter, and smoke
detectors. The system will detect symptoms of a fire and sound an audible alarm as well
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Treatment Building
The treatment building housing the groundwater treatment equipment is a structural steel
frame building provided by American Building Company of Eufala, Alabama.
Forms for daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual/semi-annual
maintenance checks
have been prepared and samples are presented at the end of this section. These forms will
be revised/updated
following the major cleaning of the plants.
Sampling and Analysis
OHM will continue to perform routine monthly sampling in addition to performance
sampling for systems review. These samples will be collected from sample ports from five
different locations: the influent, after oil/water separator, after sand filter, after air
stripper, and the final effluent. Table 4.1 identifies the sample points with corresponding
analysis parameters.
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North and South Plants Monthly
Sampling
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Method
Number
Detection
Limits
Influent
O&W
Separator
Sand
Filter
Air
Stripper
Effluent
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8021
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TCE
8021
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8021
0.50 clg/L
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Vinyl Chloride
8021
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6010
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O.uolOIng/L
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North and South Plants Monthly Sampling
During the system review period, OHM will also collect samples from various points
throughout the system and analyze for parameters determined by the site engineer. These
results will be compared with the routine sampling results to aid in systems evaluation.
A disposal sample of filter cake will also be collected and analyzed for both nonhazardous
and hazardous waste characteristics when a sufficient amount is collected for disposal
purposes.
4.1.2 Transportation
and Disposal
OHM will maintain chronological organized files for all shipping paperwork per shipment
for waste disposal. Copies of the manifest and database printouts will be provided to the
LANTDIV and Camp Lejeune representatives upon request and at the completion of the
project in the contractor’s final report. Any solids generated are assumed nonhazardous
and will be disposed of in the Base landfill and accomplished by the appropriate approval.
4.2
SYSTEM CLEANING
In each plant, all equipment downstream of the clarifier will be disassembled and hydroblast cleaned to remove any and all calcium buildup. Major items to be cleaned include the
air stripper, bag filters, carbon units, miscellaneous piping and pumps. Piping, equipment,
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or media that cannot be satisfactorily cleaned will be replaced, if warranted. Water
generated during this activity will be collected and processed through the treatment system.
4.3
SYSTEM
REVIEW
OHM will perform a system review of both the North and South plants and submit results
of the findings to LANTDIV approximately 60 days after the major cleaning event. This
task will involve:
Troubleshooting of the plants for mechanical and chemical efficiency both before
and following cleaning shutdown
Collecting samples to test system efficiency and unit operations performance
to plant shutdown
prior
Updating O&M manuals and as-built drawings to reflect changes
Formation and submission of system review findings with recommendations
LANTDIV
Implementation
of approved recommended
revisions to the treatment systems
Attached as Appendix B are the as-built drawings provided
SYSTEM
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REPAIR
Several pieces of equipment which require immediate repair or replacement are identified
below.
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Sump pump - North Plant
Floe mixer motor - North Plant
Flow totalizers - Both Plants
Well pump -North Plant
Nylon screens for filter press - Both Plants
This repair or replacement will occur during the plant shutdown for cleaning and review.
Additional items which could require replacement due to their use over a 2-year period and
due, in part, to the adverse operating conditions (calcium build-up). The parts list includes
replacement of one sludge pump, an impeller for the feed pump, one well pump and
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controller, one air end for the air compressor, a recharge for the air dryer, the air stripper
blower replacement, two trays for the stripper, various valves and fittings.
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Daily Maintenance
Enter
GAL
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GAL
GPM
Ck.
Ck.
Ck.
Ck.
Filters
Inlet Pressure Left
Inlet Pressure Right
Outlet Pressure Left
Outlet Pressure Right
Ck. Water Temperature
Ck. Diff. Pressure
. Noise/Vibration
Ck. System for Faults
Ck.
Ck.
Ck.
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Date
Sianature
North
Sand
Meter
Total Gallons
Inf. Rate (GPM)
Sheet
Off As Applicable
South
North
Flow
InfolmationlCheck
Inf. Pressure Left
Out Eff. Pressure Left
Inf. Pressure Right
Out Eff. Pressure Right
South
Weekly
Maintenance
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North
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Plant
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Ck. RefilUDisch.
Ck. Ejector
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Reg.
Ck. Auto Drain
Fit.
Ck. Manhole
Empty
Reg. Bowl
Ph/MW Controller
Clean
Probe
Ck. Paper
&Watering press
Flow Meter/Recorder
Change
Chart
Ck. Pens
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5.0 DEMOBILZZATIOlVlFIiVAL
REPORT
OHM will submit an interim and a final report documenting final modifications performed
after the system review. Along with the final report, corrected as-built drawings and
revisions/additions
for the O&M manual will be submitted.
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Delivery Order No. Oll&?/WP
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Appendix
Health
A
and Safety
Plan
Site Specific
Health and Safety Plan
for
Groundwater Treatment System Descaling
Marine Corps Ease
Camp Lejeune, North Carolina
Submitted
Naval
to:
Department
of the Navy
Atlantic Division
Facilities Engineering
Services Center
Norfolk, VA
Submitted
OHM
Remediation
Services Corp.
Norcross, GA 30092
Approved
Regional
by:
by:
Mark Wilson, CIH
Health and Safety Manager
November
1996
Project No. 18859
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0
INTRODUCTION
1.1
1.2
1.3
2.0
KEY PERSONNEL
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
3.0
WORK
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
5.0
6.0
ANALYSIS
MANAGEMENT
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AND
SUPPORT
AREAS
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EQUIPMENT
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Levels of Protection ...........................................
Task-Specific Levels of Protection ................................
Respirator Cartridges ..........................................
Air-purifying Respirators .......................................
Cartridge Changes. ............................................
Inspectionand Cleaning ........................................
FitTesting..
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FacialHair ...................................................
Corrective Lenses .................................
Cortact Lenses ...............................................
Medical Certification
..........................................
PROCEDURES
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3-3
3-7
3-9
Exclusion Zone ...............................................
Contamination-Reduction
Zone ..................................
SupportZone
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Access Controls ..............................................
DECONTAMINATION
5.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
AND
ChemicalHazards
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Hazard Communication ........................................
Physical Hazards .............................................
EnvironmentalHazards
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Task Specific Risk Assessment ...................................
PROTECTIVE
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
5.10
5.11
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Site Safety Officer .............................................
Site Supervisor ...............................................
Equipment Operators ..........................................
Employee Safety Responsibility ..................................
Responsible OHM Health and Safety Personnel .....................
JOB HAZARD
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
4.0
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Site Description. ..............................................
SiteHistory ..................................................
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ScopeofWork
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Personnel Decontamination
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Suspected Contamination .......................................
Personal Hygiene. .............................................
Other Decontamination Procedures ....................
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Heavy Equipment Decontamination
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5-4
5-4
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6-2
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
7.0
AIR
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
MONITORING
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
9.0
RESPONSE
...........................................
Emergency Services ............................................
Emergency Evacuation from Exclusion
and Contamination-Reduction
Zones ..............................
FirstAid
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Emergency Actions ............................................
General Evacuation Plan ........................................
SpillControl
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TRAINING
10.0 MEDICAL
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
Appendix
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Lower Explosive Limit/Oxygen Meter. ............................
Photoionization Detector (PID)/Organic Vapor Analyzer (OVA) .......
Real-Time Aerosol Monitor (MINIRAM)
...........................
Air Sampling and Analysis ......................................
Air Monitoring Log ............................................
Calibration Requirements .......................................
Air Monitoring Results .........................................
8.0 EMERGENCY
8.1
8.2
- CONTINUED
A
B
C
D
REQUIREMENTS
SURVEILLANCE
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8-2
8-3
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PROGRAM
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Material Safety Data Sheets
Specific OHM Health and Safety Procedures
Safety Plan Acknowledgement
Health and Safety Forms
1.0 INTRODUCTION
OHM has developed this Site-Specific Health and Safety Plan (SHSP) specifically for
groundwater treatment system descaling at the MCB Camp Lejeune Site 78. This SHSP
establishes the policies and procedures which protect workers and the public from potential
hazards posed by work at this site. The health and safety procedures contained in this
SHSP are a part of OHM’s Corporate Health and Safety Program, which complies with 29
CFR 1910.120(b)(l) through (b)(4). All project activities will be conducted in a manner, that
minimizes the probability of injury, accident or incident occurrence.
Although the plan focuses on the specific work activities planned for this site, it must
remain flexible because of the nature of this work Conditions may change and unforeseen
situations may arise that require deviations from the original plan. This flexibility allows
modification by the OHM supervisors and health and safety officials.
This SHSP has been prepared in accordance with OSHA’s “Hazardous Waste Operations
and Emergency Response” standard contained in 29 CFR 1910.120, the U.S. Army Corps
of Engineer’s “Safety and Health Requirements Manual,” and the program health and
safety plan developed for this contract.
1.1
SITE DESCRIPTION
Camp Lejeune is a training base for the U. S. Marine Corps, located in Onslow County,
North Carolina. The base covers approximately 170 square miles and includes 14 miles of
coast line. MCB Camp Lejeune is bound to the southeast by the Atlantic Ocean, to the
northeast by State Route 24, and to the west by U. S. Route 17. The town of Jacksonville,
North Carolina, is located north of the base.
Site 78 encompasses the industrial area of MCB, Camp Lejeune and is bordered by
Holcomb Boulevard, Sneads Ferry Road, Duncan Street, and Main Service Road. This area
is comprised of maintenance shops, warehouses, painting shops, printing shops, automobile
body shops, and other similar industrial facilities. Site 78 covers approximately 590 acres.
With the exception of buildings, the majority of the site area is paved (e.g., roadways,
parking lots, loading dock areas, and storage lots); however, there are many small lawn
areas associated with individual buildings within the site and along lengthy stretches of
roadways. In addition, there are several acres of woods in the southern portion of the site.
Recreational ball fields and a parade ground are located in the southwest corner of the site.
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1.2
SITE HISTORY
Site 78, constructed in the late 193Os, was the first developed area at MCB Camp Lejeune.
It was comprised of approximately 75 buildings and facilities including maintenance shops,
gas stations, administration offices, commissaries, snack bars, warehouses, and storage
yards. There is presently no known uncontrolled disposal of wastes related to the various
industrial activities at the site. Due to the industrial nature of the site, many spills and
leaks have occurred over the years. Most of these spills and leaks have consisted of
petroleum-related products and solvents from underground storage tanks (USTs), drums
and uncontained waste storage areas.
The plants were designed by Baker Environmental
OHM assumed O&M of the plants in June 1996.
1.3
and built by O’Brien & Gere in 1995.
SCOPE OF WORK
Upon completion of the Remedial Action Work Plan (RAWI’), OHM will implement the
plan through performance of the following major tasks:
Mobilization and Site Preparation which will include construction and installation
of an office facility; personnel and equipment decontamination facilities; utilities
installation; and delineation of work zones.
System Operation
and Maintenance
(O&M) will be performed
by OHM.
Decontamination
of Water Treatment Plant - OHM will use high pressure wash
and muriatic acid, if necessary, to remove the scale in the pipes and vessels.
Decontamination
of personnel
and equipment.
Demobilization.
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2.0 KEY PERSONNEL
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AND MANAGEMENT
OHM maintains a policy of providing its employees, subcontractors, and authorized
visitors with information and procedures in order to protect them and the adjacent
community from any adverse effects that might result from work at a job site involving
potentially hazardous substances. All personnel involved with this project will follow the
health and safety procedures set forth in this plan. Visitors will not be given entry unless
they read and agree to comply with this plan. The site safety plan acknowledgement will
be signed by all personnel required to enter contaminated work areas.
SITE SAFETY OFFICER
2.1
OHM designates a site safety officer (SSO) who defines, implements and enforces the
project safety program and procedures. The SSO will conduct the daily safety meetings
and will interface as required with other site representatives. The 930 takes the following
action(s) when appropriate:
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Orders the immediate shut-down
or unsafe practice.
of site activities in the case of a medical emergency
Ensures protective clothing and equipment are properly stored and maintained.
Ensures that the environmental and personnel monitoring
and in accordance with this SHSP.
operations are on-going
Restricts visitors from areas of potential exposure to harmful substances.
A safety log will be kept for all OHM activities. This log will include daily safety meeting
topics, training given, air monitoring information, first aid administered, visits of all outside
personnel and any incidents of a health and safety nature.
The SSO has responsibility for implementing and enforcing the site safety program and
procedures. He will oversee any personnel monitoring and will decide when action levels
have been reached which require more stringent personnel protection. The SSO establishes
and enforces the use of protective equipment for various site activities. The SSO will
maintain contact with OHM Regional and Corporate Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH).
2.2
SITE
SUPERVISOR
The site supervisor (33) has responsibility for all field activities and enforces safe work
practices by all crew members. He watches for any ill effects on any of the crew members,
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especially those symptoms caused by heat stress or chemical exposure. The SS oversees
the safety of any visitors who enter the site. The SS maintains communication with the
OHM project manager and client representative(s). The SS will ensure that the SSO
establishes proper communications with local health care providers, the NOSC/NOSDR,
the LEPC and other local agencies who may be required to provide emergency support onsite.
2.3
EQUIPMENT
OPERATORS
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Equipment operators will be responsible for the maintenance, inspection, and safe
operation of their equipment. Operators are responsible for daily inspection of their
equipment and assuring it is in safe operating condition.
2.4
EMPLOYEE SAFETY RESPONSIBILITY
Each employee is responsible for his own safety as well as the safety of those around him.
The employee shall use all equipment provided in a safe and responsible manner as
directed by his supervisor. All OHM personnel will follow the policies set forth in OHM’s
Health and Safety Procedures Manual which will be maintained in the site office trailer.
Health and Safety Procedures relevant to site operations are attached to this SHSP.
[email protected]
2.5
RESPONSIBLE
The following
OHM HEALTH
AND SAFETY PERSONNEL
personnel are responsible for health and safety on site:
Project Manager:
James Dunn
(770) 729-3900
Site Supervisor:
Randy Smith
(910) 451-2390
Site Safety Officer:
TE3D (on-site>
Regional Health
and Safety Director:
RegionalManager:
Mark Wilson, CIH
(770) 734-8086
John Martin
(770) 729-3900
3.0 JOB WARD
ANALYSIS
This section discusses concerns to workers on the site.
3.1
CHEMICAL
HAZARDS
Hydrochloric acid (muriatic acid)
Threshold Limit Value - 2 ppm
Hydrochloric acid is irritating to the nose, throat and respiratory system. It is corrosivq to
the eyes and skin and may cause severe burns, nausea, coughing and shortness of breath.
The types of chemicals that have gone through the water treatment system are listed below.
The system has been flushed with clean water and the residual chemical concentrations are
very low.
North and South Plants Monthly
Method
NinnbEr
DEiP
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Sampling
Influent
- MCB Camp Lejeune
O&W
Separator
Sand
Filter
Air
Stripper
Effluent
vocs
Benzene
8021
0.50 pg/L
X
X
X
TCE
8021
0.50 Kg/I,
X
X
X
1,2-DCE
8021
0.50 @/L
X
X
X
Vinyl Chloride
8021
0.50 Kg/z,
X
X
X
Manganese
6010
0.010 mg/L
X
X
X
Mercury
7470
0.00020 mg/L
X
X
X
Nickel
6010
0.040 mg/L
X
X
X
, calcium
6010
0.040 mg/L
X
Oil & Grease
9071
1.0 mg/L
X
TDS
160.1
1.0 mg/L
X
X
X
TSS
160.2
1.0 mg/L
X
X
X
PH
9040
X
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X
X
X
X
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HAZARD
3.2
COMMUNICATION
The purpose of hazard communication (Employee Right-to-Know) is to ensure that the
hazards of all chemicals located at this field project site are transmitted (communicated)
according to 29 CFX 1926.59 to all OHM personnel and OHM subcontractors. &zard
communication will include the following:
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Container Labeling
OHM personnel will ensure that all drums and containers are labeled according to
contents. These drums and containers will include those from manufacturers and
those produced on site by operations. All incoming and outgoing labels shall be
checked for identity, hazard warning, and name and address of responsible party.
MSDSs
There will be an MSDS located on site for each hazardous chemical known to be
used or otherwise present on-site. All MSDSs are located in Appendix A of this
SHSP. This SHSP will be maintained in the project office trailer for the duration of
site activities.
Employee Information and Training
Training employees on chemical hazards is accomplished through an ongoing
corporate training program. Additionally, chemical hazards are communicated to
employees through daily safety meetings held at OHM field projects and by an
initial site orientation program.
At a minimum, OHM and related subcontractor employees will be instructed on the
following:
Chemicals and their hazards in the work area
How to prevent exposure to these hazardous chemicals
What the company has done to prevent workers’ exposure to these chemicals
Procedures to follow if they are exposed to these chemicals.
How to read and interpret labels and MSDSs for hazardous substances found on
OHM sites
Emergency spill procedures
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Proper storage and labeling
Before any new hazardous chemical is introduced on site, each OHM and related
subcontractor employee will be given information in the same manner as during the safety
class. The site supervisor will be responsible for seeing that the MSDS on the new chemical
is available for review by on site personnel. The information pertinent to the chemical
hazards will be communicated to project personnel.
Morning safety meetings will be held and the hazardous materials used on site will be ’
discussed. Attendance is mandatory for all on site employees.
Refer to Appendix A of this plan to find a list of hazardous chemicals anticipated to be
brought to the site and the MSDSs for these chemicals.
3.3
PHYSICAL
HAZARDS
There are numerous physical hazards associated with this project which, if not identified
and addressed, could present operational problems as well as cause accidents and
personal injury to the work force. Hazard identification and mitigation, training, adherence
to work rules and careful housekeeping can prevent many problems or accidents arising
from physical hazards. The following outlines the major physical hazards and the
suggested preventative measures to be followed during this project:
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Heavy and Bulky Loads
Intelligent thought shall be exercised before heavy and bulky loads are lifted or
handled manually by personnel. Mechanical equipment such as fork-lifts, wheel
barrows, hand-trucks, loaders, and cranes shall be utilized when possible and
needed. Note: Back injuries are real, debilitating, unproductive,
and costly to
both employees and employers, and sometime permanent. Back injury
prevention must be given high priority on all project sites. If you think the load
you are about to lift is too heavy or bulky, it probably is! Get help or utilize
mechanical equipment,
Explosion Hazard
Flammable materials in confined spaces (i.e., excavation areas) can produce an
explosive atmosphere which can be triggered by a spark or other energy source. To
prevent this type of accident, the concentration of flammable material in air will be
carefully monitored and confined space entry procedures will be followed.
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Hoisting Accidents
Employees can have suspended loads dropped on them, be pinned between a load
and a stationary
object, or be crushed or struck by the counterweight. All hoisting
will be done by qualified personnel only after safety checks are made of chokes and
cables. In addition, no hoisting will take place without a designated signal man
present.
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Heavy Equipment
Heavy construction equipment present construction safety hazards to operatingand
support personnel. OHM has standard operating procedures (SOPS) for the use of
heavy construction equipment. Only trained and qualified operators are authorized
to operate heavy construction equipment. The operator is responsible for performing
daily equipment inspections on their equipment to identify, take out of service, and
correct any equipment defects of non-functioning safety devices that would render
the equipment unsafe to operate. Standard safety devices and equipment required
to be inspected and functional during use includes:
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Seat belts,
Safety glass in enclosed cab,
Braking system,
Back-up alarms,
Portable fire extinguisher,
Horn
Tires, and
Steering and hydraulic systems.
Operators are required to wear seatbelts when operating equipment and are
responsible for the location of ground personnel in their work area. The are within
the turning radius of trackhoes is kept clear to prevent contact between the
equipment counterweight and ground personnel.
Bulk Fuel Storage
A bulk fuel storage area will be designated for storage of bulk fuels and other
flammable materials.
The bulk fuel vessels will be grounded with bonding cables
attached. The area will be prominently posted as a flammable fuels area and no
smoking signs erected. At least one 20-pound dry chemical, ABC-type fire
extinguisher will be positioned in this area.
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Flame, Heat or Spark Producing Operations
Because of the possibilities of flammable materials being present at this site, flame,
heat, or spark producing operations will be limited. If a case arises where hot work
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is necessary, OHM will follow the hot work procedures and permit detailed in
Appendix B.
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High Pressure Washing
Washing or cleaning certain pieces of equipment may require the use of high pressure
washers referred to as lasers. These devices can be hazardous if not used properly.
Refer to Appendix B for specific laser safety instructions.
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Small Quantity Flammable Liquids
Small quantities of flammable liquids will be stored in “safety”cans and labeled
according to contents.
Electrical Hazards
Overhead power lines, downed electrical wires, and buried cables all pose a danger
of shock or electrocution if workers contact or sever them during site operations.
Electrical equipment used on-site may also pose a hazard to workers. To help
minimize this hazard, low-voltage equipment with ground-fault interrupters and
water-tight, corrosion-resistant, connecting cables will be used on-site. In addition,
lightning is a hazard during outdoor operations, particularly for workers handling
metal containers or equipment. To eliminate this hazard, weather conditions will be
monitored and work will be suspended during electrical storms. An additional
electrical hazard involves capacitors that may retain a charge. All such items will be
properly grounded before handling. OSHA’s standard 29 CFR Part 1910.137
describes clothing and equipment for protection against electrical hazards.
Electrical devices and equipment must be de-energized prior to working near them.
All extension cords must be kept out of water, protected from crushing, and
inspected regularly to ensure structural integrity. Temporary electrical circuits must
be protected with ground fault interrupters. Only qualified electricians are
authorized to work on electrical circuits.
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Some areas may have wet surfaces which will greatly increase the possibility of
inadvertent slips. Caution must be exercised when using steps and stairs due to
slippery surfaces in conjunction with fall hazards. Good housekeeping practices are
essential to minimiz e trip hazards.
Confined Spaces
Some activities may require personnel to enter spaces which may be confined and
have other associated physical and chemical hazards. Whenever confined space
entry is necessary, a confined space permit shall be completed and confined space
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more information.
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Ground Personnel
All ground personnel should be constantly aware of the possibility of shps, trips,
and falls due to poor and possibly slippery footing in the work areas. Before
crossing either in front of or behind a piece of heavy equipment, ground personnel
will signal the equipment operator and receive confirmation before moving.
Stairs and Ladders
Access to high places will be provided by approved ladders and stairs in
accordance with ANSI 14.1-3. Stairs and platforms will be constructed in
compliance with OSHA regulations.
Excavations and Trenching
Excavations and trenching present a special risk to workers due to the hazard of
trench wall collapse. If any OHM personnel must enter excavations 5 feet in depth
or greater, the sides of the excavation will be sloped 1:1/2:1 (horizontabvertical)
or
shored in accordance with 29 CFR 1926.650 through 652. Excavation or trench
entries performed in excavations greater than 4 feet deep will be performed in
accordance with OHM’s Confined Space Entry procedures. See Appendix B for
more information.
Pumping Equipment
Various types of pumps may be used for the removal of materials from ditches,
ponds, lagoons, etc. The handling of pressurized hoses that could rupture and
violently release liquid materials to the work will be controlled by inspecting all hose
fittings for secure connections [all d)PW (camlock) and fittings must be secured with
the wire]. All employees must wear splash gear including splash shields when
moving or disconnecting pumps and hoses.
Noise
Work around large equipment often creates excessive noise. The effects of noise can
include:
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Workers being startled, annoyed, or distracted.
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Physical damage to the ear, pain of the ear, or temporary and/or
hearing loss.
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Communication interference that may increase potential hazards due to the
inability to warn of danger and the proper safety precautions to be taken.
If employees are not able to hear normal conversation without shouting, noise
levels exceeding 85 dBA are likely and hearing protection is required to be worn.
The use of portable power tools and the operation of certain heavy construction
equipment (i.e. bulldozers), requires mandatory use of hearing protection. OHM
maintains an effective hearing conservation program as described in OSHA
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Regulation 29 CFR Part 1910.95.
All OHM personnel are familiar with the field activities which will be conducted at the site.
They are trained to work safely under various field conditions. In addition, the AS will
observe the general work practices of each crew member and equipment operator, and
enforce safe procedures to minimize physical hazards. Also, hard hats, safety glasses,
and safety boots will be required in all areas of the site. Specific health and SOPS that
apply to site remedial operations procedures are included in Appendix B.
3.4
ENVIRONMENTAL
HAZARDS
Cold stress is not an environmental hazard during site operations due to the warm weather
anticipated at the site. However, due to the combination of warm ambient temperature and
use of protective clothing anticipated during site operations makes the potential for heat
stress a concern. The potential exists for:
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Heat
Heat
Heat
rash
cramps
exhaustion
stroke
Heat stroke, heat cramps, and heat exhaustion are covered in detail during OHM’s 40-hour
OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 approved pre-employment course. In addition, this information
is discussed during a safety “tailgate” meeting before each work day. Workers are
encouraged to increase consumption of water and electrolyte-containing beverages such as
Gatorade during warm weather. Water and electrolyte-containing beverages will be
provided on-site and will be available for consumption during work breaks.
An action level for heat stress has been established
personnel are wearing chemical protective clothing
The following work/rest schedule is recommended,
water and/or electrolyte) at rest periods consistent
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at 75°F ambient temperature when site
during the performance of field activities.
with personnel drinking fluids (tepid
with their fluid loss:
Ambient Temperature
(degrees F)
75 - 80 F
80 - 85 F
85 -90 F
90 -95 F
95 - 100 F
Work Period
(minutes)
Rest Period
(minutes)
120
15
90
60
15
30
15
15
15
15
The above work/rest schedule is only a guideline for use during field activities when
personnel are wearing protective clothing. The actual work/rest schedule will be
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determined by conducting pulse monitoring before and after the work period and by
performing daily pre/post work shift body weights. The action level for adjusting the
work/rest schedule would be 110 beats per minute (bpm), obtained immediately after the
work period in a seated, shaded position. When a person’s pulse exceeds 110 bpm, that
person is undergoing heat stress, which will require the work period to be reduced in 15
minute intervals, while maintaining the same rest period, until post work period pulse
monitoring is maintained below 110 bpm. In addition, should a person’s body weight
change at the end of the work day by more than 1.5%, the work period must be reduced in
15 minute intervals, while maintaining the same rest period, until no daily body weight
changes greater than 1.5% are observed.
Field activities, in which site personnel are required to wear chemical protective clothing at
ambient temperatures higher than 95 degrees F, will be avoided, whenever feasible, by
scheduling these activities during the work day to avoid peak ambient temperatures (10
a.m. -- 2 p.m.). Site personnel who have experienced a heat-related illness (heat cramps,
heat exhaustion) will be restricted to Level D tasks for a minimum of one day after Illness
occurrence and will return to tasks requiring chemical protective clothing only with the
concurrence of the attending physician. Site personnel will follow OHM’s SOPS for heat
stress prevention.
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3.5
TASK
SPECIFIC
RISK
ASSESSMENT
Task 1 - Site Preparation and Mobilization
Principle
Steps
Set-up work zones and support facilities; construct decontamination
Potential
1)
2)
3)
Hazards
Involved
Manual lifting and material
handling hazards
Electrical hazards
Slips, trips, and falls
Hazard Control
Heavy construction
equipment traffic and use
Measures
1)
1)
1)
1)
The rated lifting capacity cannot be exceeded
Forklifts must have open guards
All operators must be tramed
DL;t;z;arry
personnel or lift anyone except in an approved safety ’
1)
1)
1)
1)
1)
1)
g ollow OHM SOP for Powered Industrial Trucks (No. 32)
Em loyees will make certain the load can be safely lifted
No Poads over 60 pounds will be lifted
Pro er liftin techniques will be utilized
Fo&w O& SOP for Personnel Lifting Safet (No. 33)
Follow procedures on MSDS when handling 7 pouring concrete
2)
2)
Electrical work will only be performed by approved electricians
Feot$stical
work should be done on an energized circuit/circuit
2)
2)
2)
2)
Follow OHM SOP for Lockout/Tagout
(No. 27)
Hand tools must be grounded or double insulated
GHmustbeused
Follow OHM SOP for Electrical Safety (No. 32)
3)
3)
3)
Tools and debris must be picked up
S ills till be cleaned u immediately
Ppersonnel shall not wa hi or climb on equipment not designed as walking
surfaces
Follow OHM SOP for Slips, Trips and Falls (No. 34)
3)
4)
facilities
4)
4)
4)
4)
4)
Personnel approaching heavy equipment will make eye contact and
signal the operator to cease actmity
Do not carry personnel or lift anyone except in an approved safety
ersonnel shall be co izant of the boom swing area and stay clear. Do
Fatbm
not suspend or trave P*wrth load over ground personnel.
i ment shall have fully functionin sa
devices
H-y
Follow 7z%i SOP for Equipment Inspection 77No. 1)
5)
Maintain 15-foot buffer between heavy equipment and overhead
electrical utilities
Portable power tool
hazard
6)
6)
6)
6)
All hand tools and power tools shall be in good repair
When working, overhead tools will be secured when not in use
Tools cannot be thrown or dropped from hei hts
Follow OHM SOP for Equipment and Hand %001s (No. 41)
Under
undutility
hazar r s
7)
Locate all buried utilities and pipelines prior to initiating
excavation/grading
operations.
5)
gWFdyd
6)
7)
electrical utility
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Task 2 - Sy&n Operation and Maintenance
Principle Steps
Water sampling @fluent, effluent) well testing, bailing and maintenance; clean oil water
separator; acid wash air stripper packing; change out air stripper packing; Replace
pumps/blowers; clean/replace bag filter; carbon baclcwashing/replacement;
control panel
repairs/troubleshooting
Potential Hazards Involved
Hazard Control Measures
1) Inhalation, dermal contact
1) Wear ap ropriate PPE
2)
with Process chemicals,
filtrahon media (spent
carbon) and chemical
contaminant spikes
1)
1)
1)
Follow cK emical handling rocedures on MSDSs
Follow this SHSP Section 8 .l and 5.2
Follow MSDS for Hydrochloric Acid
Confined space entry hazard
2)
2)
2)
The OHM Confined Space Permit will be completed before entry
The atmosphere will be monitored for oxygen, combustible gases, and
toxins.
All personnel will be trained for confined space entry
The confined s ace will be isolated, locked out, and tagged-out if there
are mechanica P or electrical hazards
Follow OHM SOP for Confined Space Entry (No. 24)
2)
2)
r
3)
Spill, splash hazards
3)
3)
Wear splash rotection
Clean up sprl*P*s nnmediitely
4)
Noise
4)
4)
4)
Follow SOP for Hearing Conservation Program (No. 19)
Personnel will wear hearing protection above 85 dBa
Personnel will be included in a hearing conservation program
5)
Electrical
5)
5)
Electrical work will only be perfonned by approved electricians
!VoJolctric;&work
should be done on an energized circuit/circuit
5)
5)
5)
5)
Follow OHM SOP for Lockout/Tagout
(No. 27)
Hand tools must be grounded or double insulated
GFI must be used
Follow OHM SOP for Electrical Safety (No. 32)
6)
Do not carry personnel or lift anyone except in an approved safety
6)
6)
glatf?y
m o ees will make certain the load can be safely lifted
No Poads over 60 pounds $ be lifted
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7)
Emergency eye wash stations will be located adjacent to pumping
equipment operations
Follow equipment manufacturer’s recommendation for pump operation
and maintenance
Hoses will be appropriate for materials and temperature and secured
6)
7)
hazards
Material handling/manual
lifting
za$f
equipment operation
7)
7)
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Principle
Steps
Decontaminate water treatment equipment; collect and containerize decontamination
water
Potential
1)
Hazards
Involved
Slips, trips, and falls
Hazard Control Measures
1)
$
1)
Tools and debris must be.pickcd+up
S ~llsw~llbecleanedu
nnm.edrately
$ ersonnel shall not wa & or chmb on equipment not designed as
walking surfaces
Follow OHM SOP for Slips, Trips and Falls (No. 34)
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Exposure to hazardous
materials
2)
2)
Follow this SHSP Section 3.1 and 5.2
Follow MSDS for Hydrochloric Acid
3)
Manual lifting and material
handling hazards
3)
Do not carry personnel or lift anyone except in an approved safety
3)
3)
3)
3)
E8f?oyes will make certain
No Poads over 60 pounds will
Pro er liftin techniques will
Folgw O&
SOP for Lifting
4)
4)
4)
Wear splash protection
Cleanup spills immediately
Follow thrs SHSP Section 3.1 and 5.2
5)
5)
5)
Follow SOP for Hearing Conservation Program (No. 19)
Personnel will wear hearing protection above 85 dBa
Personnel will be included in a hearing conservation program
6)
6)
6)
6)
Wear appro riate PPE
Only trame % personnel will operate high pressure washer
The equi ment cannot be altered
Follow 8 HM SOP for Pressure Washing (No. 30)
7)
7)
The OHM Confined Space Permit will be completed before entry
The atmosphere will be monitored for oxygen, combustible gases, and
toxins
Al personnel will be trained for confined space entry
The confined space will be isolated, locked out, and tagged out if there
mechanical or electrical hazards
4)
Spill/splash
hazard
5)
Noise
6)
Pressure washing
7)
Confined space entry
hazard
7)
7)
8)
FaTaydTtipment
operating
the load can be safely lifted
be lifted
be utilized
Safety (No. 33)
8)
Personnel approaching heavy equipment will make eye contact and
signal the operator to ceaseactivity
8) Do not carry personnelor lift anyone except in an approved safety
8) bk?Eel shall be co - ant of the boom swing area and stay clear
8) Heavy equipment sha
T=have fully functioning safety devices
9) gz;-tdyd
electrical utility
10) Overhead hazard to ground
personnel
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8) Maintain 15-foot buffer between heavy equipment and overhead
electrical utilities
9)
Do not suspendor travel with load over ground personnel
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Task 4 - Decontamination
Principle
Steps
Decontaminate personnel; decontaminate equipment; collect and containerize
decontaminatioti water
Potential
1)
Hazards
Involv:d
Slips, trips, and falls
Hazard Control Measures
1)
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1)
Tools and debris must be.picked.up
S ills wdl be cleaned u nnmedrately
Ppersonnel shall not wa ;R or clnnb on equipment not designed as
walking surfaces
Follow OHM SOP for Slips, Trips and Falls (No. 34)
2)
Exposure to hazardous
materials
2)
Follow this SHSP Section 3.1 and 5.2
3)
Manual lifting and material
handling hazards
3)
Do not carry personnel or lift anyone except in an approved safety
3)
3)
will make certain the load can be safely lifted
60 pounds will be lifted
Pro er liftin techniques will be utilized
Fo&w O& SOP for Lifting Safety (No. 33)
4)
4)
4)
Wear splash protection
Cleanup spills immediately
Follow thrs SHSP Section 3.1 and 5.2
4)
Spill/splash
hazard
5)
Noise
5)
5)
5)
Follow SOP for Hearing Conservation Program (No. 19)
Personnel will wear hearing protection above 85 dBa
Personnel will be included in a hearing conservation program
6)
Pressure washing hazard
6)
6)
6)
6)
Wear appro riate PPE
Only trame CTpersonnel will operate high pressure washer
The eqti ment cannot be altered
Follow B HM SOP for Pressure Washing (No. 30)
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Task 5 - Demobilization
Principle Steps
Take down work zones fencing; remove decontamination
Potential
1)
2)
Hazards
Involved
Manual lifting and material
handling hazards
Electrical
hazards
Hazard Control
Slips, trips, and falls
The rated lifting capacity cannot be exceeded
Forklifts must have open guards
All operators must be tramed
Dl;t;,~rry
personnel or lift anyone except in an approved safety
1)
1)
1)
1)
1)
1)
hollow OHM SOP for Powered Industrial Trucks (No. 32)
Em loyees will make certain the load can be safely lifted
No Poads over 60 pounds will be lifted
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techmques will be utilized
Fol ow OH SOP for Personnel Liftmg Safe (No. 33)
Follow procedures on MSDS when handling pouring concrete
2)
2)
Electrical work will on1 be performed by approved electricians
No electrical work sho Y d be done on an energized circuit/circuit
be tested
Follow OHM SOP for Lockout/Tagout
(No. 27)
Hand tools must be grounded or double insulated
GFI must be used
Follow OHM SOP for Electrical Safety (No. 32)
3)
3)
3)
3)
4)
Heavy construction
equipment traffic and use
4)
4)
4)
4)
4)
5)
E;;Fdyd
electrical utility
6)
Portable power tool hazard
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Measures
1)
1)
1)
1)
2)
2)
2)
2)
3)
1
facilities
1
must
Tools and debris must be picked up
Spills will be cleaned u immediately
Personnel shall not wa & or climb on equipment not designed as
walking surfaces
Follow OHM SOP for Slius, Trius and Falls (No. 34)
Personnel approaching heavy equipment will make eye contact and
signal the operator to cease activity
Do not carry personnel or lift anyone except in an approved safety
ersonnel shall be cognizant of the boom swin
Patform
Do not suspend or travel with load over
Heavy
w. ment shall have fully
SOP for Equipment Inspection
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area and stay clear.
5)
Maintain X-foot buffer between heavy equipment and overhead
electrical utilities
6)
6)
6)
6)
All hand tools and power tools shall be in good repair
When working, overhead tools will be secured when not in use
Tools cannot be thrown or dropped from hei hts
Follow OHM SOP for Equipment and Hand 4 001s (No. 41)
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4.0 WORK AND SUPPORT AREAS
To prevent migration of contamination caused through tracking by personnel or equipment,
work areas and personal protective equipment are clearly specified prior to beginning
operations. OHM has designated work areas or zones as suggested by the
NIOSH/OSHA/USCG/EPA’S
document titled, “Occupational Safety and Health
Guidance Manual for Hazardous Waste Site Activities”. Each work area will be divided
into three zones: an exclusion or “hot” zone, a contamination reduction zone (CRZ), and a
support zone.
4.1
EXCLUSION
ZONE
The exclusion zone will consist of areas where inhalation, oral contact, or dermal contact
with contaminants will be possible. The boundaries of the site exclusion will be marked with
flagging, tape, and/or fencing before site operations commence.
4.2
CONTAMINATION-REDUCTION
ZONE
The CRZ or transition zone will be established between the exclusion zone and support zone.
In this area, personnel will begin the sequential decontamination process required to exit the
exclusion zone. To prevent off-site migration of contamination and for personnel
accountability, all personnel will enter and exit the exclusion zone through the CRZ.
Personnel and equipment decontamination facilities will be located in the CRZ.
4.3
SUPPORT ZONE
The support zone will consist of a clearly marked area where the office and
decontamination trailer are located. Smoking and drinking will be allowed only in
designated areas. Eating will be allowed in the breakroom only.
4.4
ACCESS CONTROLS
The SSO and the SS will establish the physical boundaries of each zone and will instruct all
workers and visitors on the limits of the restricted areas. No one will be allowed to enter the
restricted area without the required protective equipment for that area. The SS will ensure
compliance with all restricted area entry and exit procedures.
The SS will also designate a decontamination point for personnel to exit from the
contaminated area and enter into the clean area where personnel may rest and drink.
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Visitors will be required to check in immediately upon arrival. Only authorized visitors will
be allowed access to the contaminated areas. Each visitor will be required to provide the
necessary protective equipment for use during the visits and shall be escorted by the SS while
on site. Two full sets of personal protective equipment will be maintained on-site for use by
LANTDIV representatives. All visitors who seek access to the exclusion zone and/or
contamination reduction zone, will be required to show proof of completion, as a minimum,
the 24-hour training required by OSHA for occasional visits to hazardous waste sites. 24hour OSHA training is only applicable when visitors are unlikely to be exposed over the
permissible exposure limit and published exposure limits and are not required to wear ’
respirators, otherwise 40-hour OSHA training will be required prior to granting access to
these site zones.
All visitors, subcontractors and personnel will be required to sign a safety plan
acknowledgement sheet to certify that they have read and will comply with the site health
and safety plan. Failure to comply with this site entry procedure will result in expulsion
from the site.
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5.0 PROTECTIVE
EQUIPMENT
This section details the personal protective equipment (WE) that wiLl be provided and worn
by site personnel to protect them against dermal contact and inhalation exposure to
hazardous chemicals present on site.
LEVELS OF PROTECTION
5.1
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The following
operations.
levels of protection and accompanying PPE will be used during site
Level C Protection
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cartridges
respirator with combination organic vapor/HEPA
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Tyvek or Saran-coated tyvek coveralls
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gloves
Modified Level D Protection
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TASK-SPECIFIC
LEVELS OF PROTECTION
The following minimum levels of protection are specified for tasks performed during site
operations. Upgrades or downgrades in levels of protection will be based on air monitoring
results when compared to the appropriate action level or by the Regional Health and Safety
Director, as detailed in Section 7.0 Air Monitoring.
Task No. 1:
Level of Protection:
Mobilization/Site
Level D
Task No. 2:
Level of Protection:
System Operation and Maintenance
Level D - Operation; Level C/Modified
Level B - Confined Space
Task No. 3:
Level of Protection:
Water Treatment Descaling
Level C/Modified Level D with saran and chemical goggles/hce
shield
Task No. 4:
Level of Protection:
Decontamination
Level Modified D with sarans, chemical goggles/face shield
Task No. 5:
Level of Protection:
Demobilization
Level D
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5.3
RESPIRATOR
CARTRIDGES
The crew members working in Level C will wear respirators equipped with Mine Safety
Appliance (MSA) GMC-H air purifying cartridges. The GMC-H cartridge holds approval
for:
.Organic vapors 4,000 ppm
Chlorine gas 40 ppm
Hydrogen chloride 430 ppm
Sulfur dioxide ~50 ppm
Dusts, fumes and mists with a TWA co.05 mg/m3
Asbestos-containing dusts and mists
Radon daughters
Radionuclides
Pesticides
AIR-PURIFYING
RESPIRATORS
OHM’s air-purifying respirators for this project will be MSA’s ultratwin fuLl facepiece
respirator with nose cups. OHM’s Respirator Protection Program for air purifying
respirators is adhered to on site.
5.5
CARTRIDGE
CHANGES
All cartridges will be changed a minimum of once daily. However, water saturation of the
HEPA filter or dusty conditions may necessitate more frequent changes. Changes will occur
when personnel begin to experience increased inhalation resistance, or breakthrough of a
chemical warning property.
5.6
INSPECTION
AND
CLEANING
Respirators are checked periodically by a qualified individual and inspected before each use
by the wearer. All respirators and associated equipment will be decontaminated and
hygienically cleaned after use.
5.7
FIT TESTING
All personnel are fit tested at the time of initial employment. Annual respirator fit tests are
required of all personnel wearing negative pressure respirators. The test will utilize isoamyl
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acetate or irritant smoke. The fit test must be for the style and size of the respirator to be
used.
5.8
FACIAL
HAIR
No personnel who have facial hair which interferes with the respirator’s sealing surface will
be permitted to wear a respirator.
5.9
CORRECTIVE
r
LENSES
Normal eyeglasses cannot be worn under full-face respirators because the temple bars
interfere with the respirator’s sealing surfaces. For workers requiring corrective lenses,
special spectacles designed for use with respirators will be provided.
5.10
CONTACT
LENSES
Contact lenses shall not be worn with any type of respirator.
5.11
MEDICAL
CERTIFICATION
Only workers who have been certified by a physician as being physically capable of
respirator usage will be issued a respirator.
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6.0 DECONTAMINATION
PROCEDURES
This section describes the procedures necessary to ensure that both personnel and equipment
are free from contamination when they leave the work site.
6.1
PERSONNEL
DECONTAMINATION
Decontamination of personnel shall be accomplished to ensure that any material, which,
personnel may have contacted in the hot zone, is removed in the contamination-reduction
zone. Decontamination of personnel exiting the exclusion zone will utilize the following
steps for Level C/Modified
Level D personnel decontamination:
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system drop
solution.
and discard.
Step 7: Remove respirator/facepiece
(Levels B/C only) and suitably store while on
breaks and during lunch. At the end of shift, discard the cartridges, then clean,
disinfect, rinse and air dry the respirator.
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Step 10: Wash hands, face and neck before breaks and lunch.
SUSPECTED CONTAMINATION
Any employee suspected of sustaining skin contact with chemical materials will first use the
emergency shower. Following a thorough drenching, the worker will proceed to the
decontamination facility. Here the worker will remove clothing, shower, don clean clothing,
and immediately be taken to the First Aid Station.
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6.3
PERSONAL
HYGIENE
Before any eating, smoking, or drinking, personnel will wash hands, arms, neck and face. To
promote personal hygiene and to control personnel exposure to contaminants, project-issued
work coveralls worn under chemical protective clothing will remain at the job site and will be
laundered at regular intervals during the course of the project.
6.4
OTHER
DECONTAMINATION
PROCEDURES
All disposable items (i.e., protective clothing) or other items which cannot be adequately
decontaminated (i.e., miscellaneous sampling equipment) will be disposed of in accordance
with EPA requirements.
6.5
HEAVY
EQUIPMENT
DECONTAMINATION
Gross contamination (soil, mud) of heavy equipment will be removed from the equipment
with a high pressure washer prior to exiting the exclusion zone. Those parts of the
equipment that come into direct contact with contaminated materials (i.e., buckets, tires,
tracks) will receive special attention.
Decontamination solutions, soil, mud, etc., removed with the high pressure washer will be
collected, placed into containers and disposed of according to EPA requirements.
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7.0 AIR MONITORING
Air monitoring will be conducted in order to determine airborne contamination levels. This
ensures that respiratory protection is adequate to protect personnel against the chemicals
that are encountered.
Table 7.1 describes the air monitoring required and appropriate
monitoring may be conducted at the discretion of the SSO.
action levels. Additional
air
,
Table 7.1
Required Action Levels
Monitoring
Device
and
At start-u
periodic 8.ally
during drilling/
well installation
LEL
PID/OVA
(Breathing
Monitoring
Frequency
Zone)
Action Level
Action
>lO%
Stop operations;
to vent to 40%
continuing
LEL
<20.8% 02
At start-u
and
periodic 8.ally
during trenching/
drilling, well
installation,
well
sampling/bailing
allow vapors
LEL before
U grade to Level C
Ggrade
to Level B
The LEL action levels noted above only apply to LEL readings obtained in an area where
flammable/explosive
vapors may be present. Personnel entry into the area’will not occur.
The confined space entry LEL and oxygen action levels for personnel entry into a confined
space are 0% LEL and 20.9% oxygen, with LEL/oxygen readings taken at representative
locations inside the space. The hot work LEL and oxygen levels for UST cold-cutting
operations and any related hot work are less than 10% LEL and less than 8% oxygen.
7.1
LOWER EXPLOSIVE
LIMIT/OXYGEN
(LEL/02)
METER
Prior to entering a confined space area or hot work involving welding, cutting, or other high
heat-producing operations where flammable or combustible vapors may be present, LEL/O2
measurements must be obtained. LEL monitoring will be conducted at each borehole when
drilling in suspected contaminated areas on site.
7.2
PHOTOIONIZATION
DETECTOR (PID)/
ORGANIC VAPOR ANALYZER (OVA)
A 10.2eV PID or OVA will be used to monitor total organic contaminants in ambient air. A
PID/OVA will prove useful as a direct reading instrument which will aid in determining if
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respiratory protection needs to be worn {Level C) and to indicate if the exclusion zone
encompasses the required areas. PlD/OVA monitoring will be performed in personnel
breathing zone during site operations to document that the proper level of protection is worn
by site personnel.
The SSO will take measurements before operations begin in an area to determine the amount
of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) naturally occurring in the air. This is referred to as a
background level. The PID/OVA breathing zone action level only applies to MD/OVA
,
readings above background (i.e. 1 ppm for 5 minutes above background).
7.3
REAL-TIME
AEROSOL MONITOR
(MINIRAM)
A real-time aerosol monitor (miniram) will be used to measure airborne particulate in
personnel breathing zones and site work area locations. A breathing zone action level has
been specified that requires upgrading to Level C protection based on sustained (5-minute
average) miniram results. The miniram will be used to monitor personnel breathing zones
when wearing Modified Level D protection and to determine when an upgrade to Level C is
warranted.
7.4
AIR SAMPLING
AND ANALYSIS
Personal air samples will be collected in personnel breathing zones to document that the
appropriate level of protection was worn during remedial actions. Air samples will be
collected on personnel with the greatest potential for exposure during each major project
phase. Air samples will be analyzed by an AIHA accredited laboratory. Air samples will
be collected and analyzed for chlorinated pesticides during excavation and load-out
operations.
Personal air samples will be collected in accordance with NIOSH Method 5503 for
ChloroDiphenyls
and analyzed in accordance with EPA Method 8080 for chlorinated
pesticides.
7.5
AIR MONITORING
LOG
The SSO will ensure that all air-monitoring data are logged into a monitoring notebook Data
will include instrument used, instrument reading, location, type of reading (breathing zone or
work area) and site operations being performed. The Regional and Corporate OHM CIH
will periodically review this data.
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7.6
CALIBRATION
REQUIREMENTS
The PID/OVA, LEL/02 meter, miniram and air sampling pumps will be calibrated daily
prior to use, and after each use, in accordance with the manufacturer’s procedures. A
separate log will be kept cl.etailing date, time, span, gas, or other standard, and name of
person performing the calibration.
7.7
AIR MONITORING
RESULTS
3
Air monitoring results will be posted for personnel inspection, and will be discussed during
morning safety meetings.
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8.0 EMERGENCY
RESPONSE
Prior to field activities, the SS will plan emergency egress routes and discuss them with all
personnel who will be conducting the field work Initial planning includes establishing
emergency warning signals and evacuation routes in case of an emergency. Communications
and coordination of this plan will be made with the NOSC/NOSCDR prior to
commencement of work
r
8.1
EMERGENCY
SERVICES
A tested system will exist for rapid and clear distress communication. All personnel will be
provided concise and clear directions and accessible transportation to local emergency
services. A map outlining directions to the nearest hospital will be posted on site.
The following
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emergency equipment will be present on the site:
Fire extinguishers
Industrial first aid kit
Portable eye wash/emergency
EMERGENCY
REDUCTION
EVACUATION
ZONES
shower in conformance with ANSI 2358.1-1990
FROM
EXCLUSION
AND
CONTAMINATION-
Any personnel requiring emergency medical attention will be evacuated immediately from
exclusion and contamination-reduction
zones. Personnel will not enter the area to attempt a
rescue if their own lives would be threatened. The decision whether or not to decontaminate
a victim prior to evacuation is based on the type and severity of the illness or injury and the
nature of the contaminant. For some emergency victims, immediate decontamination may be
an essential part of life saving first aid. For others, decontamination may aggravate the
injury or delay life saving treatment. If decontamination does not interfere with essential
treatment, it should be performed.
If decontamination
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Wash external clothing and cut it away.
If decontamination
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can be performed:
cannot
be performed:
Wrap the victim in blankets or plastic to reduce contamination
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of other personnel.
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8.3
Alert emergency and off-site medical personnel to potential contamination;
them about specific decontamination procedures.
instruct
Send along site personnel familiar with the incident.
FIRST AID
Only qualified personnel will provide first aid and stabilize an individual needing
assistance. At least two persons trained and certified in First Aid/CPR will be present bnsite at all times during remedial actions. AlI OHM personnel certified in FA and CPR are
trained in the bloodborne pathogen standard as required by 29 CFR 1910.1030. Life
support techniques such as CPR and treatment of life threatening problems, such as airway
obstruction and shock, will be given top priority. Professional medical assistance will be
obtained at the earliest possible opportunity.
To provide first-line assistance to field personnel in the case of sickness or injury, the
following items will be immediately available:
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First aid kit
Portable emergency eye wash
Supply of clean water
EMERGENCY
ACTIONS
If actual or suspected serious injury occurs, these steps shall be followed:
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Remove the exposed or injured person(s) from immediate danger.
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Render first aid if necessary. Decontaminate
affected personnel after critical first aid
given.
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Obtain paramedic services or ambulance transport to local hospital. This procedure
will be followed even if there is no visible injury.
Other personnel in the work area will be evacuated to a safe distance until the site
supervisor determines that it is safe for work to resume. If there is any doubt
regarding the condition of the area, work shall not commence until all hazard control
issues are resolved.
Notify NOSWNOSCDR
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Notify MCB Camp Lejeune ROICC Office, Brent Rowse (910) 451-2583 and
LANTDlV Ms. Katherine Landman (804) 322-4818 of incident.
Follow up each incident with a post incident critique and submit a written report to
the Regional Health and Safety Director within 30 days of incident closure.
GENERAL
8.5
EVACUATION
PLAN
In the general case of a large fire, explosion, or toxic vapor release, a site evacuation shall be
ordered and shall follow these steps:
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Sound the applicable alarm and advise client representative.
Evaluate the immediate situation and downwind
evacuate in the upwind direction.
direction. All personnel will
All personnel will assemble in an upwind area when the situation permits, a head
count will be taken.
Determine the extent of the problem. Dispatch a response team in protective clothing
and self-contained breathing apparatus on site to evacuate any missing personnel or
to correct the problem.
Notify MCB Camp Lejeune ROICC Office Brent Rowse (910) 451-2583) and
LANTDlV Ms. Katherine Landman (804) 3224818 of incident.
SPILL CONTROL
Spill control throughout the project will be achieved on an ongoing basis in all areas of
operations. OHM personnel are trained on spill control/response in their initial 40-hour
training, at 8-hour annual refresher training and for site specific training prior to conducting
site work.
Primary spill control operations will include a system of temporary dikes and sand bag
berms in all areas of operation. The containment dikes will be erected around those
operations where a spill potential exists. The containment dikes will be set up to avert runon from work areas as well as contain any materials released inside the work area.
Gasoline and diesel fuels, bulk lubricants, and waste oils will be stored in clearly marked
areas dedicated for this purpose. Storage will be skid-mounted above-ground steel tanks or
55-gallon drums as appropriate. Storage units will be located in areas away from routine
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traffic patterns to prevent accidental damage. Each storage area will be constructed with an
impermeable liner and surrounded by a containment berm.
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Table 8.1
Emergency Contacts
(Completed on site during project start-up)
Ambulance
911 (on-base)
(910) 455-9119 (off-base)
USMC Base Hospital (on-base)/Onslow
Countv Hosnital (off-base)
,
Phone Number:
Hospital:
Hospital Phone Number:
(910) 451-4840 (on-base)/(910)
Fire Department:
Police:
5772240 (off-base)
911 (on-base)
911 (on-base)/(910)
Poison Control:
451-3855 (off-base)
800-382-9097
Insert route to hospital below:
On-Base
1. Proceed north on Holcomb Boulevard and turn left
2. Base hospital is approximately l/2 mile ahead on right
3. Follow signs to the emergency room entrance
Off-Base
1. Proceed north on Holcomb Boulevard and exit MCI3 Camp Lejeune through the main
gate.
2. Follow Highway 24 West (approximately 2.5 miles) to Western Boulevard and turn right
(north).
3. Continue on Western Boulevard (approximately 1.5 miles) to the fifth stoplight and the
hospital is on the left side of the street.
4. Follow signs to the emergency room entrance.
A map depicting the route to the Onslow County Memorial Hospital and the Base Naval
Hospital will be posted in each trailer.
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9.0 TRAINING
REQUIREMENTS
As a prerequisite to employment at OHM, all field employees are required to take a 40-hour
training class and pass a written examination. This training is comprehensive and covers
all forms of personal protective equipment. In addition, this course covers the toxicological
effects of various chemicals including nerve agents, handling of unknown tanks and drums,
confined space entering procedures and electrical safety. In addition to this training, all
personnel receive 3-day supervised on-site training with a qualified supervisor. This copse
is in full compliance with OSHA requirements as set forth in 29 CFR 1910.120(e). Training
certificates will be maintained on-site by the SSO for all project assigned personnel.
In addition, all personnel will be required to have certification for updated 8-hour refresher
training. Supervisory personnel will have documentation of S-hour supervisory training.
All personnel entering the exclusion zone will be trained in the provisions of this site safety
plan and will be required to sign the SHSP acknowledgement (Appendix C). OHM has a
full-time training department which, in addition to providing in-house training, has assisted
Federal OSHA and USEPA in developing training program requirements.
OHM subcontractors, who will be working in the site exclusion zone, will be required to
certify, in writing, that their employees have been trained in accordance with 29 CFR
1910.120(e).
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L,, TZ MATERIAL
SAFETY DATA SHEET
EFFECTIVE DATE: 29-AN-1995
PRINTED DATE:
28-JUN-1996
I) CHEMICAL
PRODUCT
PRODUCT
NAME
PRODUCT
APPLICATION
AND COMPANY
IDENTIFICATION
,
: BETZ ENTEC E660
AREA:
COAGULANT.
COMPANY
ADDRESS:
Betz Water Mana ement Grou
Division Betz Laboratories,lnc.
200 Witmer Roa 8 Horsham
BA 19044
Information
phone number (215) - 773-6269
EMERGENCY
2) COMPOSITION
TELEPHONE
(HEALTH/ACCIDENT):
/ INFORMATION
(800)-877-1940
(USA)
ON INGREDIENTS
Information
for specific product ingredients as required by the
OSHA HAZARD COMMUNICATIONS
STANDARD
is listed. Refer to additional
sections of this MSDS for our assessment of the potential hazards
mf
this formulation.
HAZARDOUS
INGREDIENTS:
This product
is not hazardous
as defined
by OSHA
regulations.
No component
is considered to be a carcinogen
by the National Toxicology
Program, the lnternatronal
A enc for Research on Cancer or the
Occupatronal
Safety and Hea4 th x dministration
at OSHA thresholds
for
carcinogens.
PAGE
1
CONTINUED
PRODUCT
,-
NAME : BET2 ENTEC E660
EFFECTIVE
DATE: 29-AUG-1995
4) FIRST AID MEASURES
SKIN CONTACT:
Remove contaminated
clothing. Wash exposed area with a large
quantity of soap solution or water for 15 minutes.
EYE CONTACT:
Immediately
flush eyes with water for 15 minutes. Immediately
contact a physician for additional treatment.
INHALATION:
Remove victim from contaminated
area to fresh air. Apply
appropriate
first aid treatment as necessary.
INGESTION:
Do not feed anything by mouth to an unconscious
or convulsive
victim. Do not induce vomiting.
Immediately
contact physician.
Dilute contents of stomach using 3-4 glasses milk or water.
5) FIRE FIGHTING
MEASURES
FIRE FIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Fire fighters should wear positive pressure self-contained
breathing
appartus (full face-piece type).
EXTINGUISHING
MEDIA:
Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam or water.
,-SIAZARDOUS
DECOMPOSITION
PRODUCTS:
Thermal decomposition
(destructive
fires) yields elemental oxides.
FLASH POINT:
> 200F P-M(CC)
6) ACCIDENTAL
RELEASE MEASURES
PROTECTION
AND SPILL CONTAINMENT:
Ventilate area. Use specified protective
equipment.
Contain and
absorb on absorbent material. Place in waste disposal container.
Flush area with water. Wet area may be slippery. Spread sand/grit.
DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS:
Water contaminated
with this product may be sent to a sanitary sewer
treatment facility,in accordance
with any local agreement,a
permitted
waste treatment facility or discharged
under a permit. Product
as is - Incinerate or land dispose in an approved
landfill.
7) HANDLING
AND STORAGE
HANDLING:
Normal chemical handling.
STORAGE:
Keep containers closed when not in use. Do not freeze.
thaw and mix completely prior to use.
PAGE
3
If frozen,
CONTINUED
PRODUCT
,/@-
EFFECTIVE
NAME : BET2 ENTEC E660
10) STABILITY
DATE: 29-AUG-1995
AND REACTIVITY
ST&Ei;;TY:
HAZARDOUS
POLYMERIZATION:
Will not occur.
INCOMPATIBILITIES:
May react with strong oxidizers.
DECOMPOSITION
PRODUCTS:
Thermal decomposition
(destructive
BE,,-“INTERNAL
PUMPOUTKLEANOUT
11) TOXICOLOGICAL
fires) yields elemental
CATEGORIES:
oxides.
INFORMATION
>5,200 mg/kg
Oral LD50 RAT:
Dermal LD50 RABBIT:
>5,200 mg/kg
0.17
Skin Irritation
Score RABBIT:
Eye Irritation
Score RABBIT:
6.3
NOTE - 6.3 maximum at 24 hours. Completely reversible
at day 7.
Negative
Ames Assay BACTERIA:
NOTE - Negative both with and without metabolic
activation.
Non-Ames Mutagenicity
MOUSE:
Negative
NOTE - Mouse Micronucleus
Cytogenetic
Assay
Y----
12) ECOLOGICAL
AQUATIC
Fathead
INFORMATION
TOXICOLOGY
Minnow
LC50: 2 mg/L
No Effect Level:
Daphnia
96 Hour Static Renewal
Bioassay
.6 mg/L
magna 48 Hour Static Renewal
Bioassay
LC50: 307 mg/L
No Effect Level: 89 mg/L
Ceriodaphnia
48 Hour Static Renewal Bioassay
LC50: 1.7 mg/l
No Effect Level:
.63 mg/L
BIODEGRADATION
COD (mg/gm):
TOC (mg/gm):
BOD-5 (mg/gm):
BOD-28 (mg/gm):
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5
2:;
60
CONTINUED
PRODUCT
EFFECTIVE
NAME : BETZ ENTEC E660
DATE: 29-AUG-1995
16) OTHER INFORMATION
CODE TRANSLATION
NFPA/HMIb
Health
Fire
Reactivity
Special
(1) Protective
Equipment
(1) refer to section
recommendations.
CHANGE
7
Moderate Hazard
Slight Hazard
Minimal Hazard
No special Hazard
Goggles,Gloves
8 of MSDS for additional
protective
equipment
LOG
MSDS status:
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2
1
0
NONE
B
EFFECTIVE
DATE
-_-__-__22-AUG-95
REVISIONS TO SECTION:
--------------------REVISED FORMAT
SUPERCEDES
____-_-___
,
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SAFETY DATA SHEET
EFFECTIVE DATE: 01 -NOV-1995
PRINTED DATE:
28-JUN-1996
1) CHEMICAL
PRODUCT
PRODUCT
NAME
PRODUCT
APPLICATION
AND COMPANY
IDENTIFICATION
,
: BET2 ENTEC 690
AREA:
FLOCCULANT.
COMPANY
ADDRESS:
Betz Water Mana ement Grou
Division Betz Laboratories,lnc.
200 Witmer Roa 8 Horsham
8A 19044
Information
phone number (215) - 773-6269
EMERGENCY
2) COMPOSITION
TELEPHONE
(HEALTH/ACCIDENT):
/ INFORMATION
(800)-877-1940
(USA)
ON INGREDIENTS
Information
for specific product in redients as required by the
U.S. OSHA HAZARD COMMUNIC R TION STANDARD
is listed. Refer to
additional sections of this MSDS for our assessment of the potential
,F, hazards of this formulation.
HAZARDOUS
INGREDIENTS:
64742-47-8
ISOPARAFFINIC
Combustible
12125-02-g
AMMONIUM
Irritant
84133-50-6
ALCOHOLS,C12-14-SECONDARY,ETHOXYLATED
Irritant
(eyes)
PETROLEUM DISTILLATE
liquid;
irritant
CHLORIDE
(eyes)
No component
is considered to be a carcinogen
by the National Toxicology
Program, the lnternatronal
A enc for Research on Cancer or the
Occupatronal
Safety and Heaglth xdministration
at OSHA thresholds
forcarcinogens.
PAGE
1
CONTINUED
PRODUCT
NAME : BET2 ENTEC 690
EFFECTIVE
DATE: 01 -NOV-1995
,f--
4) FIRST AID MEASURES
SKIN CONTACT:
Remove contaminated
clothing. Wash exposed area with a large
quantity of soap solution or water for 15 minutes.
EYE CONTACT:
Immediately
flush eyes with water for 15 minutes. Immediately
contact a physician for additional treatment.
INHALATION:
Remove victim from contaminated
area to fresh air. Apply
appropriate
first aid treatment as necessary.
INGESTION:
Do not feed anything by mouth to an unconscious
or convulsive
victim. Do not induce vomiting.
Immediately
contact physician.
Dilute contents of stomach using 3-4 glasses milk or water.
5) FIRE FIGHTING
MEASURES
FIRE FIGHTING INSTRUCTIONS:
Fire fighters should wear positive pressure self-contained
breathing
apparatus
(full face-piece type).
EXTINGUISHING
MEDIA:
Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam or water.
~/..-,HAZARDOUS
DECOMPOSITION
PRODUCTS:
Thermal decomposition
(destructive
fires) yields elemental oxides.
FLASH POINT:
> 200F P-M(CC)
6) ACCIDENTAL
RELEASE
MEASURES
PROTECTION AND SPILL CONTAINMENT:
Ventilate area. Use specified protective
equipment.
Contain and
absorb on absorbent material. Place in waste disposal container.
Flush area with water. Wet area may be slippery. Spread sand/grit.
DISPOSAL INSTRUCTIONS:
Water contaminated
with this product may be sent to a sanitary sewer
treatment facility,in accordance
with any local agreement,a
permitted
waste treatment facility or discharged
under a permit. Product
as is - Incinerate or land dispose in an approved
landfill.
7) HANDLING
AND STORAGE
HANDLING:
Normal chemical
STORAGE:
handling.
Keep containers closed when not in use. Protect from freezing.
Product forms an unusable solid that can not be thawed, even at
room temperature,
if subjected to freezing conditions.
PAGE
3
CONTINUED
PRODUCT
NAME : BETZ ENTEC 690
IO) STABILITY
EFFECTIVE
DATE: 01 -NOV- 1995
AND REACTIVITY
HAZARDOUS
POLYMERIZATION:
Will not occur.
INCOMPATIBILITIES:
May react with strong oxidizers.
DECOMPOSITION
PRODUCTS:
Thermal decomposition
(destructive
BET-” INTERNAL PUMPOUTKLEANOUT
11) TOXICOLOGICAL
oxides.
INFORMATION
Oral LD50 RAT:
NOTE - Estimated
Dermal LD50 RABBIT:
NOTE - Estimated
12) ECOLOGICAL
fires) yields elemental
CATEGORIES:
~2,000
mg/kg
~2,000
mg/kg
value
value
INFORMATION
/--, AQUATIC TOXICOLOGY
No Data Available.
No Data Available.
13) DISPOSAL
CONSIDERATIONS
If this undiluted product is discarded as a waste,
hazardous waste identification
number is :
Not applicable.
the US RCRA
Please be advised; however,
that state and local requirements
for
waste disposal may be more restrictive
or otherwise
different from
federal regulations.
Consult state and local regulations
regarding
the proper disposal of this material.
14) TRANSPORT
INFORMATION
Not Applicable
DOT HAZARD:
UN / NA NUMBER:
Not applicable
DOT EMERGENCYRESPONSEGUIDE #: Not applicable
PAGE
5
CONTINUED
QPR 29
‘96
11:16
FR CLOROX FiTLFiNTFl SfALES 404
P,a243
393 8277 TO 7293905
The Clorox Company
7200 Johnwn
Material
prive
Pl~cafilorril s45aa
Data
Tal. (510) #7-6lC3
BLEACH- FORIf’JSMUTlONAL
I Product:
CfoROX
Description:
CLEAR, LIGHT YELLOW UOUfD WfTH CHLORINE ODOR
-&A Reg. No. 5813-l
SC&ml hypuchlorfte rcuftiorl
Liquid chlorine bleach
Clorcx l&&d Bleach
II Health Hazard
FIRST Afo: EYE CONTACT: Insnodtatefy flush eyoe wllh pky of
w&w. I lwkation persists, sea a doctor. SKIN COfdT’ACTi Romeo
contaminated cfothii3. Wash araa with watoc INGESTION:
Drink a
ghssfui of water and nil a phyrkirm.
INHALATION:
U breathing
e-!$ems develop remove to fresfl air.
Special
Protection
Hwienti Practfcu:‘
use. wear gfwes.
Ensimerinu Controls
wapor cr mkt.
Work Pmffces:
mkt.
Mountain
and Precautions
Wsar safety glasaos.
Usci g*rwal
Wfth r+atod
or ~rofongsd
venrPatbn to minimhe exposum to
Avoid 0~9 and sfdn confact and intdatbrf of vapor dr
c&w
VI Spill or Leak Procedures
(a Jbnr
1)Absorb,~!.!andl~bra’--cewkh~~
cantee
call
l-61014
Gnowencias.
talk
taoo-45&ioo
Ingredients
Concantration
lnorsdienb
Workar Goosura
5.25%
Sodium hypochforke
CAS w 768142-8
Limit
net es&b&hed
l
NonedIho’mg~~ntr~rhlrpmductur,ontheIARC,MPorOS~
cuchcgen ltrt Occasiirtal c6niaf roperis Suggest a bu potentkl for
senritiz&ontrponaxaggaratedoxposwtosa!iroliJmhypochMw#&6n
expmJm. .aufhe cmical tea
dalnaga (e.g. frraatlon) occursdwing
conducted
on infact skin with Clcrox Liquid Bfeach found no sensitfzation
in the fuse subjo=ls.
v’ Transportation
and Regulatoq’
g&-q.DOTHazardclasq
Data
NCL&f&
Hypcohbfka sold013 with not more
U.S. DOT Pmoer Shrobina Name:
~~:rCFRrnroi(e)(rz)~~).
than 7% avakbb chforine. Not Reseiti
RoauchcrizaUia
Act
w
Sodiumhypochfo*
Keep ocrt al the reach of children.
@) Wash down residual to ts&ry
.--
Poison
Far TRna#tgtion
III Hazardous
Data
Telephone’No.
for Medical Emergti,
Rocky
I
‘CauWa substanlhl but Mmpanry eye injury. May b7ftaU skin. May
cause neusoa and vomkfng f f frgestad. E*pr#urs to vapor or m&t may
irrkate nose, throat and lungs. The foIlow&j medial conditions may bs
aggravated by exposure to high conwM&ons
of vapor or mist; he&
.
conditions or chronic respiratory pmbhms such as asthma, chrorah
bronchlb or obstructive lung disoaso. Under norm& consumer we
wMtions~lilcelfhoodofanyadvsrsehaakhaffectrarebu.
IV
Emergency
The Cbmx Company
lzzl Broadway
Oakland. CA 44612
cIofox&lmlGda~Bleach
Sheet
USE
Manufacturer
Other Designations
Safety
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Descrlptlon:
Other Deslgnatlons
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cbsoxLIguaOkach
REGUUR
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Mater&al Safety
Dat& Sheet
.
.
BLucn
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YELLOW
LIOUIO
WIWCNLOAINE
Manufacturer
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Emergency Telephone. No.
Nowy s
Rocky 8Jlozzl
PZta
(600) 44&1011
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Etmdway
Oakbd, CA 9(612
Pat(600)
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I
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con%ntrrdal
V Transportation
PII ReacUvlty
IX Phvslcal
Waker ExDusumlha
and Regulatory Data
Data
Data
;
rsc=r;c:
.YAMi
Clxlpresse4
A:i
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ra~ae~~ME~e4Gs~~O~y~S
czmpressad
;I\jr;
Air;
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Nonfiamabie
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AN0SVNONYMS5
See Tast page.
aEv1SiaNS
25 November L98S
_
i NiA
HEALTHHAUROOATA
rlHE WElGic
rm AULilAGE
cXWSuRELIMIr
None listed
(ACGIH, 158’5%)
i
i
i
I
Inhalation
of
air
~YM~=TOMSQF~~~SURE
Air is nontoxic and necessary to support life.
in it. high pressure environment such as undemator diving, caissons ar hyperbaric chambers 1
can result in symptcms similar to overexposure to pure oxygen. These include tingi ing
impaired coordination
and confusion,
of fingers and toes, abnormal sensations,
i
Oecompression sickness pains or “Sends” are possible to1 lowing rapid decempression.
i
I
~XrcotoaUL PaoPEanEs
High pressure effects (greater than two atiospheres
of oxygen) are an the centra-l
I
1
Improper deccmpression results in the accumulation of nitrogen in the
nervous syst2zt.
blood.
I
i
1
I
i
R~coMM~aEO
FiRSf
I
AI0 raUruEWr
i
,
I
Facilities
or practices at which air is breathe4 in a high pressure ekirunment shouldbe prepared to deat with the iltnesses associated with decompression (bends or caisson
Oecautpressian equipment may be required.
disease).
I
!
MSCS~
~~~RoCuS
.nfxn!RES
OF OT’dE3
L!CUIOS.
SOLIDS.
OFi GXSES
/
;
Nonhazardous
I
.
I
f
:.
I
i
‘JNUSUACaae Au0 ExPtQSlOUarms
3~12pressed
than
(,. t rate
air
they
at high
bum at
pressures
atmospheric
will
accelerate
pressure,
the
burning
of
materials
to
a greater
j
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I
SP~CIAL~R~CAflIONS'
i95C:Ac .*aEL,f~ti 4~FgSr*~rtCN
OOT Shipping Jolr;2:
Air, czqresscd
Nanflarmxable gas
OOT Haztrd
1.0. No.:
I
Class:
Nanflamndble gas
UN LOOi?
OQT Shipping Label:
I
SPECALnANOK.ftiat%CMM‘%OAnONS
is secure4 with valve
Valve
protectian
caps must retrain in plac, * un?ess container
i
00 not drag, slide or ml1 cylinders.
Use a suitable hand
f
outlet
piped to use point.
r24ucing requlator
when connecting
cylinder
truck
fbr‘ cy? inder
mbvernent. Us2 a prkure
00 not heat cyl inder by any 1n2315 to
to lower
pressur2
(<3,000 psig) piping or systems.
Use a check valve or trap in
fncrease the dischai.ge rat, * of product fmm the cylinder.
the dischame
line to prevent hazardous back flow into the cylinder.
Far addi tiortal
Pamphlets P-l,
hand1 irtq recznmendatians,
G-7 and G-7.1.
consul t the Ccmpressc4 Gas Assccia tian ’ s
ar2a away
PratEct
cylinders
from physical damage. Store in cool, dry, well-ventilated
from heavily
traffickecf
areds and enreraency exfts,
00 not allow the tenperature
where
should he stone4 upright and
cyl inders at, * stored to excee4 L3OF (SK) - Cylinders
fir;n?y sac-Jr-t4 to pr2veni fall inq or being knacked aver.
Full and empty cylinders
in-firs;
out” inventory
SysCa
to prevent full
shou 1d be segrega ted.
Us2 a “first
cylinders
being star24 far exctsssive periods af tiee.
For additional
Pamphlets P-l,
reccmendatians,
siarage
consult
..
the Ccmpressed Gas Association’s
G-7, and G-?.I.
Dry air is nancorrosive and may he used with att materials
uf construction.
Moisture
causes metal oxides which are famed with air ta be hydrate4 SCJthat they increase
in
. .. Cuncentratians ai S12, CIZ,
volume and lose their protective
role (NS i famatian)
salt,
etc. in the mcJiSiut2 enitanc2s
the rusting
of metals in air.
..
am%ir
=EC=tiME?JOArtONS
QR
P0ec;l.J
gas
cyl rnd,. 0’s
nCNs
shculd not be refilled
excapt by qualified
pmducers of
which has not been filled
Ccnipr2SSC4 5dSCS* Shipment of a c~mpress24 qas cylinder
the owner or wit;? his (writfan)
consent is a vioiaifan
of Federal Law (4X%).
Compress&
by
_
Gas
Eciar
.
%
0.93
Akg0n
a. 033”
Carban Oioxide
18.18 x L0’4
’ Neon .
He1 ium
5.239 x 1cr4
Krypton
I.139 x UT4
0-s x IQ4
Hydrogen
0,086 x 10”
xenon
6 x 10”’
Radon
Water vapor
rCancentrations
-..-.I^-l---1-11
20 .?4
Oxygen
f
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78.09
Ni txgen
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c
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Varying
may have slight
concentrations
variations.
using only oxygen and nitrogen,
titutian
Caq1resse4 air is alsa produced by recsns
product contains 79 molar pehent nitrogen and 21 molar percent oxygen p!us trace
amounts of other at;nospheric gases whicfi are present In the oxygen and nt traqen.
This
REMEDE
ProductsJnc.
MATERIAL
IDENTITY
SECTION
0ATA
SHEET
CALSPBxsE 500
-
I
SAFETY
PRODUCT INFOIMATION
-
MANUFACTURER'S NAME Remeda Products, Inc.'
280 Callegeri Drive
West Haven, CT 06516
TELEPHONE NUMBER
/n
FOR INFORMATION
- 203/932-3655
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER - CWEMTREC
(800) 424-9300
DATE PREPARED PREPARED BY -
SECTION II
March
28,
1989
Technical Manager
RemedeProduct;, Inc.
West Haven, CT 06516
- HAZARDOUS INGREDIENTS/IDENTITY
USHA PEL
COMPONENT
Polyhydroxyacid
salt
Organic phosphorus compound
====‘=r’===-------
NDA
ACGIH TLV
Other
Limits
Recommended
NDA
NDA
---__------------------------------------------------==,,------------------“““’-------~--------
N/A
REMEDE Producls. Inc
NDA
INE'ORMi4lXON
l
= Not Applicable
NDA = No Data Available
280 Callegari Drive, West Haven. Ct. 06516 . (203) 932-3655
l
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MATEFUAL
__---_--------------______I_____________-----------------------------------------------------------================
SBCTION
III
- PEIYSICAL/CHBKICAL
Density,
DATA SHEET
210 - 220
1.00 - 1.05
NDA
N/A
NDA
(air=l):
Evaporation Rate,
(Butyl Acetate = 1):
Solubility
in Water:
Appearance
and odor:,
SAFETY
CHARACTERISTICS
Boiling Point, (OF):
Specific Grevity,
(water=l):
Vapor Pressure, (mm Hg.):
-Melting Point,
(OF):
Vapor
-
Products,Ine.
,
NDA
Complete
Pale straw
to yellow,
odorless
liquid.
--------~----‘c-------------uI--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
' SECTmNIV
- PIRg
Flash Point,
AND EXPLOSION
(Method Used):
HAZARD DATA
Non-flammable/aqueous
Flammable Limits:
N/A
LEL:
UEL:
N/A
solution.
N/A
Extinguishing
Media:
N/A
Special
Fire Fighting
Firefighters
should
covering protective
Unusual
None
-----------------------‘--------------------------------------========
-----------------------------------------------------------
Fire
Procedures:
wear self-contained
clothing.
and Explosion
Hazards:
breathing
apparatus and body
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MATERlAL
SAFETY
L'03
DATA SHEET
--------------------__I_______________Ic---------------------------..-----------------------“-------------------------------”-----SECTION
- REACTIVITY
v
DATA
Stability:
Stable
X
Conditions
to Avoid:
Incompatibility
Quaternary
Hazardous
to Avoid):
sulfides
acids,
Decomposition
Carbon dioxide
Hazardous
NONE
(Materials
amines,
,
Unstable
and strong
oxidizers.
or Byproducts:
and carbon monoxide.
Polymerization:
May Occur
Will
Not Occur
X
Conditions
to Avoid: NONE
-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------'--------------~-----------SECTION VI - ?IEAL!FH HAZARD DATA
of Entry:
Route(E;)
Inhalation?
Health
Hazards
Mild irritant.
YES
(Acute
Skin?
YES
Ingestion?
YES
and Chronic):
May be harmful
or fatal
if
swallotied.
Carcinosenicfty:
NTP?
NO
IARC Monographs?
HO
OSHA Regulated?
NO
.
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and Symptons
Signs
-
Ptoductt,Int.
MATERIAL
SAFETY
DATA SHEET
of Emosure:
Material may cause burns on gxposed tissues
Eye and skin irritant,
cornea1 injury which may result in permanent impairment of vision,
blindness.
Prolonged or repeated skin contact may caus0 irritation
a burn.
Medical
Conditions
D04
Generally
Assravated
with
or even
of sven
by Exposure:
Skin conditions
Emewency
and First
Aid
Procedures:
Inqestion:
,-
NEVER give anything by mouth to arl unconscious person. If swallowed,
DO NOT INDUCE VOMITING. Give large quantities
of water. If available,
give several
glasses of milk. If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep
fnrmediately.
airway cleat. Susk medical attention
Inhalation:
Remove person to fresh air. If breathing has stopped, resuscitate
and give oxygen if readily available.
Seek medical attention
immediately.
De
Contact:
Immediately
flush eyes with large amounts of Water for at lesst 15
minutes, holding lids apart to ensurs flushing of the entire surface.
Washing eyes within
1 minute is essential to achieve maximum
effectiveness.
Skin
Seek medical attention
inmrediotely.'
Contact:
Immediately
wash contaminated areas with plenty of water. Remove
contaminated
clothing and footwear and wash clothing before
reuse.
Discard footwear which cannot be decontaminated. Seek medical
attention
immediately.
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SECIXON VII
- PRECAUTIONS
Steps To Be Taken
FOR SAFE IIANDLZNG
in.Case
Material
-
ProUuctr,tnc.
SAFETY
DATA SHEET
AND USE:
is Released
or Spilled:,.
Wear protective
equipment outlined
below. Absorb with inert
ingredlent
such as sand or vermiculite,
shovel into closeable
container
for disposal.
Thoroughly
flush residual
with water.
Waste Disposal
Method:
By methods consistant
regulations.
Precautions
with
to be Taken in Handlina
Wear recommended protective
cool, dry and wall ventilated
Other
applicable
equipment
area.
Precautions:
Nona
-----------..--------e-------------------------------------------------------------- -----------------------------------------------------
SECTION VIII
- CowmOL MEASURES:
Respiratory
Protection:
NONEREQUIRED
Ventilation:
Local
Exhaust
Mechanical
Special
Other
-
-
-
NONE
NONE
NONE
General
Dilution
federal,
state
and local
and Storinq:
when handling.
Store
in a
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Protective
Gloves
-
Product&In&
MATERlAL
SAFETY
[706
DATA SHEET
:
RUBBERor NEOPREXE
gloves.
Eye Protection:
Safety
Other
goggles
or full
Protective
Protectfve
Worlc/Hysienic
face shield.
Equipment:
clothing
or rubber
apron.
Practices:
Wash hands thoroughly
after
handling.
recommendations
and suggestions
appearing
herein
'
All information,
concerning
our product
are based upon tests and data believed
to be
it is the user's
responsibility
to determine
However,
reliable.
and suitability
for his own use of the
the safety,
toxicity,
Since the actual
use by others is beyond
herein.
product des,,-ibed
expressed
or
implied,
is made by Remede
no
guarantee,
our control,
Products,
Inc. us to the effects
of such use, the results
to be
obtained,
or the safety
and toxicity
of the product,
nor does
arising
out of use, by
Remede Products,
Inc. assume any liability
The information'herein
of the product
referred
to herein.
others,
is not be construed
as absolutely
complete since additional
information
may be necessary or desirable
when particular
or
exceptional
conditions
or circumstances
exist
or because of
applicable
laws or government
regulations.
.-
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.- .-..--.-
Material Safety Data Sheets Collection:
Genium Publishing Corporation
Sheet No. 470
Diesel Fuel Oil No. 2-D
I145 CataIyn S&eat
Schenectady,NY 12303-1836 USA
6
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.____.__.___
(518) 377-8854
Issued: 10/8 1
Revision: A, I l/90
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2) sulk (<OS%). and 3) bauam (cl00 ppm). [A low beozma love1a
urcioogenicdsk.Fuelo&aaheuanpteduBdalim
benzene m
(23 CFR 19lO.lfX8)].
Althaqh
low in the he1 itself. benzene concenaations are likely to be mu& higher in prmxsing areas
t As sampled by noavaporcollectiag method
? Monitor NIOSH. RTECS (HZ18OOWO).
for fume toxicity dam.
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viscosity: 1.9to 4.1 ccntistokeat 104T (40 lc)
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Do not usea
forced waterspraydirectly on burningoil sincethis wiII scatterthe f= Usea smDthcringtechniquefor extinguishingfire.
Unnsnal Fiie or RxplosionHazards: Dieselfuel oil No. 2-D is a OSHA ClassII combustibleliquid. Its volatiRty is sin&r to thatof gasoiL
VapanmayOaveltoa~aureeofignicioaandflashbaclr.
SpecialFire-fighting Procedures: Isolatehazardarcaanddeny entry. Sincefire may producetoxic tkmes,weara scifuMain& breath&g
apparatus(SCBA) with a fitll facepieceoperatedin thepmssurcdemandor positive-pressure
modeandfull protectiveclothing.If feasible,
removewntaiaexsfrom fin. Be awareof nmoff fmm fae control methods.Do oot releaseto sewersor waterwaysdue to pollutionandfire or
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ChemicalIacompatibilitiesz It is incompatiblewith stmngoxidizing agents;heatinggreatly increasesthe fire hazard.
Conditions to Avoid: Avoid heat andignition sources.
Hazardous
Products of Decompositioa:Tkermaloxidative decompositionof dieselfuel oil No. 2-D canpnxiucc varioushydrocarbons
and
hydrocarbon dcrivativcs, andother partial oxidationproductssuchascarbondioxide, carbon monoxide,andsulfurdioxide.
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Diesel Fuel Oil No. 2-D
1l/90
6.. Health,
HLazard
-Data
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distillate (light) diesel o& s aotclassifiabk s hw
nfmtag as aa ARC probable human carcinogen (Group 2A). It has e~abtcd
%fi,s
(Group 3). p
of Risks: Although diesei fuel’s roxicoiogic effects should Rsemble kerosiae’s, they aresomewhatmareproaoua& daeto atives
L?as sdfuriti
esters. Excessive inhalation of aerosol or a&t caa cause respiratory tract imtatioa, headache, dizzinss, aausy vomiting. ad
ISSof coordination,dependingoa coaceatntioaapdexposq time.,Wheareazovcd!inn exposurearea affectedpasonsusuallyIECOWX
npletely. If vomiti.agoccursafter ingestionaadd od ISasp-d “to the lungs,+morrhagmgaadpuimoaaryedema,progressia~
to mai iadve?ent
aadcheaucaipaeuemus, a~?yresulf A w1up2~at1ve
rap0of.oral to aspuae lethaldosesmay be 1 pt vs. 5 ml. Aspiraum may also
:suitm traasxentCNS depresslooor excrpmear Secpadary effectsmay mclUpehypoma(msuffxcieatoxygen ia body cells),iafectioa,paeumato:ie formation.aadchromelung dysfuacaon.Iahalat~oamay resultia eu bona,wdiac dysrhythmias,respiratorym
aadCNStoxic&y.
douged or repeatedskh coatactmay irritate hair follicles aadblock seLc was ghds, producingarashof acaepimplesaadspotsusuallyoa
msand legs.
tedical Conditions A oravated by Len -Term Exposure: Nonereported.
nrget Organs: Ceamkrvous system.&in, aadmucousannbw
rimarv Entry Routes: hhaiatioa, ingestion.
cute &fects: Sys+c effects from ingestioni+ude gastrointestinalirritatioa, vomitiag, d&rhea, aadia severecasesceat& -0~s sys&
pension,
pr~gres~ln~
to COot dF”L. Iahalaaoaof aemsols
or SisU a%~y
resultia iacreasedrateof respiration,tachycardia(excessivelyrapid
:art bear).aadcyaaosls(dark purpilshdlscoloratioaof the skin aadmucousmembraaes
causedby defwieatblood oxygenation).
hronic EfYec%Repeatedcontact with theskia causesdermatitis.
mTAlD
yes:Gently lift the ey$ds *andflush immediatelyaadcontinuouslywith floodingamountsof wateruntil tnasporredto aameaty
medicat
:gity. <onsuIt a physiclaavdlateiy.
ilI1: Qulckf v+?ve COO~+IJXUI~~~~ C~O$rlf.
RiflseWi$ flooding amollatSof WaterForat least 15 min.If large areasof the bodyhavebeea
posedor ilJLITIP~IOU
perststs,get medical elp muned~ately.Wa$ affectedareawlrh soapaadwafer.
halation: Removeexposedpersonto freshair aadsupportbrea
asneeded.
gestion: Never give anything by mouth10aa uacoascious
or con
% ing personIf ingested,do nol Ltdrrcevomiting dueto aspiratioahax&.
)atact a physicianimmediately.Positionto avoid aspiration.
‘ter flrst ad, get ap ropriate in-plant, p?rapledic, or community medicalsupport.
Ite to Physicians:2 asmclavagen.coatramdlcateddue to aspirationhazard.Refed antidotesarecharcoalaadmilk. Ia casesof seven
?iratioapaeumoaitis.considermo%toriagarterialbloodgasesto easureadequateventilation. Observethe patieatfor 6 br. If vit& sigasbecome
normalor symptomsdevelop,obtama chestx-ray.
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@es: Wear ptotective~eyeglas~s
or chemicalsafetygoggles,per OSHA eye- aad face-protectionregulations(29 (2% 1910.133).
spirator: Seek rofesslonaladyce [email protected] respiratorseiectioaanduse.Follow CSHA respiratorregulations(29 CFR 1910.134)aad,if aecesy, usea NIOS2 -approvedrespuarorti a austfilter aadorganicvapor caxtxidge.For emergencyor aomoutiaeopera&as (cleaaiagspills,
ctor vessels,or storagetanks),wearaaSCBA.WarGng! Air-pwfiing rc~~~irators
do not protect workzrs in [email protected] atmoq&ra.
her: Wear rmperviousgloves, boots,apro?, aad gauatlets to preveat skia coat+.
ntilation: Providegeneralaadlocal explosloa-roof ventilation systemsto mamtamairbolneconceatrationsthat ptomotevfotker safelyanti
ductivity. Local exhaustventilation is prefel& smceit preventscoataa&aat dispe&oainto thework areaby coatmlliag it at its souxce$oJ)
‘ey Stations: Make availableia the work areaemergencyeyewashstatioas,safety/quickdreachshowers,aad washiag facilities.
ntaminated Equipment: Never wearcontactlensesin thework areazsoft lease;,may absorb,andall lensesconmuate, irritants.Removethis
cerialfrom our shoes?adequipmeatLaundercontaminatedciothiag beforewearing.
mmentss:
d ever ea&dmk, or smokeia work areas.Practicegoodpersoaalhygieaeafter usingthis material.especiallybeforeeating,[email protected],
&iag, usingthe toilet, or applyingcosmetics.
!&on.
8, Sp&al.
P(iot&i*m;D&$,,j:
ortation Data (49 CFR 172101)
ing Name: Fuel oil
,d Class:Combustibleliquid
vo.: L.A993
T Labei: None
T PackagingExceptbus: 173.118a
T Pa&aging Requiremcnb; None
SECTION
t -
Magneswm
IDENTIN
.4lummum
‘Mdlion
pafuces
Anmonlunl
S&ate
la mglki3
per czmc :oat
s&ate
Metnyt
Hyarcgen
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SECTION
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.
3 -
PHYSICAL
WA
AND CHEMICAL
CHAF?ACTEF?ISTICS
efrrA
(Fire and Expfosion Data)
N/A
VW-‘Z
(mnnqt:
NIA
.
1
SECTION
%-Qf-=
SIA
6 -
&MERGENCY
amac
AN0
FIRST AID PROCEIXIRES
Rust2
witn
kq8
amounts
Wash
wiCn
soap
and
-IlCW
Remove vierim
-
It patient
ro
at wafer: if imtadon
water;
fresh
is canHaru.
Seek
Medical
Iarga amounts
$v8
seek Me&A
persiszs. seek leaiul
if Statfan
air.
perurts.
atIe!dn
of
if
dkumfort
continues.
vomiting, Seek Me&at
SEmION 7 - SPECIAL PROTECTION INFQRMAflON
R-o-c~~procc~n
oustmas5twn8r8arnun8ssis~antorhVexceededM~
,/+=+b-ffW
prolonged.
v-
-
1
auentian.
and induca
water
auemian,
[email protected]
fifr8rrsspirarorif8xpoew8L
0~cianary
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SECTION a - SPECIAAL PRECWTIONS
Pmmmocsme-oTauen
Should be stcreu in
AN0 SPlLLAEAK
mcpaf
acntainer
or
PROCEDURES
Aasul
fi*
exlquisner.
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RATINGS
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Materiat Safety Data Sheets Cdtectin:
Genium Publishing
1145 catai~
Corporation
Sheet No. 467
srreet
Automotive Gasoline, Lead-fke
Schenectady, NY 12303-1836 USA
-“+-
6p
(518)m-8854
.
I 3 ,,
cngbus of rhe spark-ignited. reciprocating type. Automotive gasoline has an octane numb of appmximately 90. A high
z.
content of aromatic hydrocarbons and a consequent high toxicity are also pssociated with a high octzmerating. Some
gasolines soid in the US contain a minor proportion of te~ilead,
which is added in amcenuacioasnotexcecding3 ali
per gallon to prevent eagine “knock.” Howaver, methyl-tar-butyl erher (MTBE) has ahnost completely replaced
tetraefhyllead.
Other Designatfoosz CAS No. 8006-61-9, benzin. gasoline, gasoIene, motor spirirs. natural gasotine. paroL
Manufacturer: Contact your suppiiet or distributor. Consult latest Chemicd Week Buyers’ Guid& for a supptiers list.
@
,
-
ii?
Cautions: Inhalation of automotive gasoline vapors can cause intense burning in throat 8d Icenual ll~vous system (CNS)
depression, snd ps$ile fatal pubnonaty edema. Gasoline is a dangerous 6re and explosion hazard when exposed to heat and flames.
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Automotive gasoline. lead&e*
1990 C&HA PEXs
1985-86 ToxkftJr Data*
MO-91 ACGIH TLVs
8-hr TWA: 300 ppm, 900 mghn'
TWk3OOppm,89Omg/d
Man. i&&&m, TCti: 900 ppm/l hr; toxic effects include sense
15-min STU: 500 ppm 1500 mglm’
organs and special senses (conjwctiva Station), behavioral
STEL;5OOppm1480mg/mJ
(ldluCinaUons. distortedperceptioas~ bags, rhorax, or
l998 NIOSH REL
respiration b=%J4
None established
Humat~eyezl4Oppm/ghrcr&ceffec~inch&mildinitat&
Rat inhahia
I..&: 300 g/m’/5 min
-’
r--.~
l Atypicalmodem.gasolinecomposSanis8O%panf6ru.14%
,:
y 1%.otheraddhivu iacMe
amnada.md6%oIc6m.Ihe~bmzaccmtauir~
sulfur..aus.aadmE
t8ee~os~.~(IX3300000).for-mxiciIyduL
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Boil& Point: Initially. 102 ‘F (39 ‘C); after 10% distilled. 140 ‘F
(60 ‘0; after 50% distilled, 230 l F (110 ‘C); after 90% distill4
338 T (170 ‘Cl: finai boiling point 399 T (204 ‘c)
Vapor Density (air = 1): 3.0 to 4.0
Density/SpecMc Gravity: 0.72 to 0.76 at 60 l F (15.6 ‘C)
Water Solubillty: Insoluble
Appearance and Odor: A clear (gasoline may be colored with dye). mobiie liquid with a charztaistic
odorrccog&&ie
at about 10 m
in air.
f% b& use &X spray to la&k down vapors and to cool fvecxposed dmms andtankr 6 prevent prrssrne rupture Do not use a solid st&m of
water since it may spread the fueL
F
i.
Chemical Incoa~paUblIitiesz Automotiva gssdine caa teamwith oxidiakg raamirls suchasperoxides.nitric siti aadperdham.
Coadithms
Hazardous
oxidii
to Avid:
Prodacts
hw.
Avoid
hut and igzSm
mums.
of Ddmposltkm:
Thamai
oxidative
decompasitioa
of sutmnodve
gudine
aa
produe
oxides
of cabon
and
partially
No. 467
Automotive
Gasoline, Lead-free
9/9 1
and passive congestion of spleen.
Chronic Effects: Chronic inhalation results in appetire loss. nausea. weight loss. insomnia. and unusual sensitivity (hyperesth&a) of the distal
extremities followed by motor weakness, muscular degeneration. and diminished tendon reflexes and coordination Repeated skin exposure can
cause blistering, drying. md lesions.
FIRST AID
Eyes: Gently lift the eyelids and flush immediately and continuousiy with flooding amounts of water until transported
to an emergency
medical
facility. Consult a physician immediately.
Skin: Quickl remove contaminated clothin . Rinse with flooding amounts of water for at Ieast 15 min- Forre&ened or blistered skin- consuIt a
physician. N&h affected area with soap Awater.
nhalation: Remove exposed pcxson to fresh air and support breathin ss neededIngestion: Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious or con v& mg person If in ested, do not induce vomiting due to rasphim hazard.
Give conscious victim a mixture of 2 tablespoons of activated charcoal mtxed in 8 ox o Bwater to drink Consult a physician immediately.
After ff rst aid, get appropriate in-plant, paramedic, or community medical supportS&tion,7,,
SpilI,Eea~~an~Di~p~,~~~~d~~~~~~~ili~~~~~~~~~~~~~~:~~~~~~~~~~~~~:~~~~~~~~
and provide maximum explosion-proof
SpilVLeak: Notify safety personnel. evacuate all unnecessary personnel. remo-Fe heat and i ‘don soventihuiom CIeanup personnei should protect against vapor inhalation and liquid contact- 1$-’
se nonsparking tools. Take up smaIl spills with sand or
other noncombustibie adsorbenr Dike storage areas to control leaks and spills. Follow applicable OSHA regularions (29 CFR 1910.120).
Aquatic Toxicity: Bluegill. freshwater, LC ,8 ppnu96 hr.
JXsposak Contact your suppiier or a licensa contractor for detailed recommendations. Follow applicable Federal state, and Iocal reguiadons.
7PA Designations
-.CRA Hazardous Waste (40 CFR 261.21): Characteristic of ignimbility
CERCLA Hazardous Substance (40 CFR 302.4): Not listed
SARA Exuemelv Hazardous Substance (40 CFR 35%~ Not listed
SARA Toxic C&mical(40 CFR 372.653: Not listed ’
OSHA Designations
Listedasan Air Contaminant(29 CFR 1910.1000.Table2-l-A)
Section 8; ; S+.ia~:‘I)&$&tio;a:i
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Goggles:Wear protective eyeglasses
or chemicalsafety goggles.per OSHA eye- andface-protection regul+tions (29 CFR 1910.133). Since
contactlensusein industry 1scontroversial.esmblish
your own policy.
Respirator: Seek ofessionaladviceprior to respiratorselectionanduse.Follow OSHAreapiraror regulations (29 CFR 1910.134) and if
necessary.weara IGOSH-approvedrespirator.There areno specificNIOSH rccornmendations.
However. for vaporconcentrations
not immediately dangerousto life or heabh.usechemicaIcartridgerespiratorequippedwith organicvapor cartridge(s),qr a [email protected]$r [email protected] For
emergencyor nonroutineoperations(cleaningspills,reactorvessel, or storagetanks).wearan SCBA. Hanrmg!Av-pur&ng rqLutors do twr
protect workersin oxygen-defiiient atmospheres.
Other: Wear imFious gloves,boots.aprons.and auntiesto preventprolongedor repeatedskin conpcf Mater% suchasneoprene
or
polyvinyl alcoholprovide excellent/goodresistancefor protectiveclothing. Note: Resistance
of specificmater% canvary from productto
roduct.
t entilation: Provide generalandlocai explosion-proofexhaust ventilation systemsto maintainairbornebelowtheOSHA PELs
(Sec.2). Local exhaustventilation is preferredsinceit preventsamtaminant~~intotheworkarubyconrroUingit~iitsso~~
Safety Stations: Make availablein the work areaemergencyeyewashstations,safe @ick&ench showers,andwashingfacilities.
Contaminated Equipment: Removethismaterialfrom your shoesandequipmentz7undaamtammat&iothingbeforew~&
Commenta:Never eaLdxink. or smokein work areas.Rsctice goodpersonalhygieneafterusingthis material-especiallybeforeeating,drinking,
smoking, usingthe toilet or applyingcosmetics.
Section. 9.. Sp&&
precautions:
and (&nhen&;
f+;l .;‘i,;;.f;i:_i:
:::i:.~n~~~~~~~~~~~::~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Storage Requirements:Storein closedcontainersin a cool. dry. we&ventiIated areaawayfrom heatandi
souxcesandsuollgoxidizing
agents.Rotect containersfrom physicaidamage.Avoid direct stmIie;htStoragemustmeetmquirements
of ff-SHA ClassIB Iiquid-Outsideor
detachedstora e preferred.
Engineering 8 ontrob: Avoid vapor inhaiationsndskinor eyecontact Considera [email protected] prowcion ppln
thatineludesreguk uaining.
mamtenance.inspection.andevaiuadon.Indooruseof this materiairequiresexplosion-prcofexhaustvenulatmnto removevapors.Oniy use
gasolineasa fueisourcedueto its volatility andflammable/explosive
nature. P&ice goodpersonalhygieneandhousekeep&g
pm&&es. Wear
cleanwork ciothing daily.
Transportation Data (49 CFR 172101, ,102)
,OT Shipping Name: Gasoline(includingcaring-headandMIIYQI)
zg grip;
Nam;: ~asohne
I
L.
DOT Hamrd Classz.Elammable
liquid
ID No.: UN1203
ID No.r UN1203
DOT Labef: Flammableliquid
IMO Label: Flammable. ‘d
P
DOT Packaging Exceptions: 173.1X8
IMDG Packaghlgcroup:‘“F;t
DOT Packaging Requirements:173.119
MSDS Co&-c&mRefer26.73,89.U& 101.103.124.126.127.132.133.136.13~
140.143.146.153.159
l’rtxavd
bv, Y ~llism.
FIS: hdestrial
Avehnc
Rcvieic
IY Wilsat.
CIH: Medical
Rcvtra: W Silw
htikEdRadbv:~saphMs
9s
.
APR-29-96
13~40
,f==WLIE
FROM.WITCO
SALES
ENC.
WITCO
NATERIAL
t-w==III-rZ=-MULTI-WRPOSE LS GEiWLUBEWANT
SAFETY
PAGE
OATA
AND LOCATION--SECTION
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13116
SHEET
PAGE I
473 6752
s:
Fire
NFPA HAZARD RATING
- Extreme
34 - High
- Moderate
: - Slight
0 - Insignificant
,
DIVISION
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ID16143681363
Reactivity
,
Speci at
.-
X
AMALIE REFINING COMPANY
BRADFORD,PENNSYLVANIA
ONEAMALIE HAY,BRADFORB,PA,16701
meraencv
Telez&tone
Number:
(814) 368-6111
Transnortation
ErPeraencv:
CH-C
I-(800)
Div_ision:
I;ocatioq:
c2lmKtcAL
AND PEYSICAL
-424-9300 (U.S. and Canada)
PRuPlzRTmS---sBcmON
ST
1 Name:
petroleum hydrocarbon p?us additives
,~~omulq:
not appt icable
,Buzm3ous
carbon
oxides
oxides
Decammosition
[email protected]:
monoxide and car&on dioxide from burning.
of phosphorous from burning
of. sulfur
co0agaf;fgLfitv
(Keep awav from?
strong oxidizers such as hydrogen Leroxide, bromine, and chromic acid.
Toxic
and Hazardous
none
FOG:
1iquid
Appearance
Incrredients:
: viscous 1iquid
w:
coloq:
pungent,sulfur
type
green to brown
!S?aeciffc
Gravitv
twztteFl1:
.89
*
mt:
greater
than
330X
(625.F)
Heltlnct. . . Point:.
-18’C (O’F)
Solub;rl;r_tvOw
weiaht
t): 0 at
.
Volaue
(bv
weiuht
%5)
:
0
EraParat;lonq:.
0
mar
Pressure
(mm
0
.
* Ha : atnot2OOC):
mar
Qens3tv
lal39ll
volatile
ZO'C
gEi (as is):
not appl icabt e
w:
Product 5s stab1 e under normal conditSons
Visieosj~tv
sus at 1000F:
Less than 100
(Continued on next page)
.
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IDa
ENG.
MATERIAL
SAFETY
BPPIIB----=LIE MULTT-PURPOSE
LS GEARLUBRICANT
S-Decial
Fire
Fishtinu
gnusual
Fire
and Eyglus?
Co&:
PAGE2
473 6752
III
Procedures:
Do not use water except.oas, fog,
none
FlashPoint:
-
Hazards:
. (b!ethod Used) Cleveland
lmlts
Flammable
%: not app‘iicable
,
open cup greater
than 190X
(375-F) .
Extincmishina
aaents:
Drychemical or Waterfag or CO2 or Foam
Closed containers exposed to fire may be cooled with water.
--
REALTH HAZARD DATA-
IV
.
Perm Able
concen rati
n (arrt
;? used in appl ickt ions*w:ere a rnik
SECTION
may be generated, o&serve a TW/PEl
oil mist (W-IA and ACGIH) .
Chronr
f
rexr3 nrff
Prolonged ors+&aTZ
skin*&nta&
utiiy cause dermatitis
(skirt irritation)
Acute
toxic
loal
1
m?operties:
-x no data gailable
“?/c”3e~~r
of 5
mineral
First
uencv
Aid
Procedure%
Imediately
flush wit: large quantities of water for at least 15
minutes and call a physician,
Remove excesi ‘with cloth or paper. kthsh thoroughly with saap and
-Contact=
Ev_ts:
Inhakation:
If
SwaTlowed:
water.
Remove victim to fresh air. Calt a physician.
Call a physician immediately. Do NOT induce votiting.
may cause aspiratfon
pneumoni a. )
into lungs resulting
in chemical
(Vomiting
-
SPECIAL
Ventflatfon
PRt%%mTON
XNFORjJ,&TION---SEOBS
.
Tvme Reglryreci
CLocalmsaUiQU
v
.
.:
Local ff necessary to maintain allowable PEL(penaissible exposure timit) or
TLV(threshhold
1imit value) .
FtesDiratow
m3tectfon
(Saeclfv
vnej
Use NIDSH/MSHA certified
respi rata: with: dual organic vapor/mist and Particul ates
cartridge
if vapor concentration exceeds permissible exposure limit.
--_ -.
:
Other
,..-. -
chemical safety goggles
Protective
Euuiument:
none
(Continued on next page)
^___.
.14/16
SHEET
DATA
moduct
FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA--SECTION
.._-.---_
PAGE
APR-28-56
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10.6143651363
ENC.
NATERIAL
WITCO
,-
6ALr;S
-I-
SAFETY
DATA
AMLIE MULTI-PURPOSEts G~=CANT
Product
HANDLING OF SPILLS
ocdur
s fur
OR LEMCS---SECEION
VT
PACE
SHEET
[email protected]
Cudeu 473 6752
.
c!le,an-Ub
Trans%w bulk of mixturi into another container.
Absorb residue Wth an Inert
materfa?
such as earth, sand+ or veraticul ite. Sweep up and dispose as sol $d uaste
I
in accordance with local,
state, and federal regulations.
Waste
Y3L
PQSa&
Disp&? of ,a accordance wi tb all app’li cab1e Federal, state and local
regulattons.
SPECIAL
muE+UTIONS -SECTIOX
to
precauthns
g:
,m
VIZ
.
be taken.fnhandllnu
[email protected]
*Do not handle or store at temperatures over
38'C (IOO’F)
TxANSPOR!DTION
DATA----SECTION
-
st-
:
VIII
9.O.T.:
Not Regulated
. : not appl lcabl e
ortable
buantltv:
.
. : Petroleum Ubrrcating
Classzm
.
.
mwle
wNQ~:
none
Oil
:
*
STATE RE6ULATDRYINFORMATION:
Pennsylvanfa Worker And Conmmity Right To Know Act: This product contains the
following
ingredient (5).
Hydrocarbon of 1s
US. NO. 8020-83-5
The additive mixtures in this product have been declared a trade secret by the
additive manufacturers.
preuarecl
Robert Kellam
ug Supervisor, Lubricants
nate: Q5/20/81 sent tQ:
Bevision
Cm+*: 07/H/94
Suuersedes
: 04/a/93
Pats Sent
:
_.
by:
Testfng, Raintenance, and Safety
(Continued on next page)
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SALES
HATERtAl.
PWLTI-PURPOSELS GEARLWUCAHT
SAFETY
i
pxtoaact:
.--
..-
PACE
IDa
ENC.
DAPA
y=
SHEET,
P&E 4
473 6752
Me believe the statements, technical infomatfon
and reqmmdations
contained herein
are reliable,
but they are given tithout warranty or guarantee of any kind, express
or imp1 fed, and we assume no responsibilSty
fur any loss, damage, or expense, direct
ar consequentid,
arising out of their use.
.
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FRaMaWITCO
SALES
UITCO
w5sz..pIIuI"IKendall C-915 Grease
ENC.
ID*8143681363
IYATERIAL
SAFETY
--yI-IPIu-~~~~~~~,
&Q&Gt
--l-l-l.
PACE
SHEET
DATA
F-
co?k;:
6/16
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Ffre
NFPA HAZARD RATING
- Extreme
3” - High
2 - Moderate
- Slfght
ii - Inslgn$ffcant
Reactivity
Soecial
DNISXON
AND LOCATION -SECTION
1
I
: KENDALLREFINING COMPANY
: BRhDFORD,PENNSYlVANIA
77 N. KENDALLAVE. ,BRADFORD,PA,16701
TeleBhone
Eberu8nCV
-smrtatLon
CHHHICAL
Number:
Emaercrencv:
Am PHYSICAL
(814) 368-6111
CHEMTREC
I-(800)
PR0PEBT1ES---SEcxr0N
424-9300 (U.S. and Canada)
II
Chemical
Name:
petroleum hydroca&on and calcium stearztte
Formn1a.r not applicable .
Prod cts
Baz-d ous Decomposition
carbon monoxide and carbon d$txidi from burning.
v from;,
Jncommtib$J&tv
tReen
strong oxidizers suchaFhydrogen ieroxide, bromine, and &-oipic
3:oxic a
none
J?orpf: send -sol id
jbmearanca:
grease
. : not appltcable
Meltznu . P xnt
in Water (hv eiuht %): negligible
s hbll it:
,&&kilo
tbv weiaht %k: regligible
ration
Rate: negligible
Vanor Pressure
(IMU
.
. ?icr
Vawr
Dern;sutv
(ar-3.)
.
pH (as m:
not applicable
Stabi-:
Product fs stable under norm? cortditidns
: Greater than or - to 100
FIRE
AND EXPLOSION
.
al
.
lres
.
DATA--SECTION
111
.
Do not-use water except as fog.
I&&s$5,e
and mlosion
Hw
none
’
:
(Contf nued on next page)
acid.
APR-23-96
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,f+--.
FROMxWITCO
SALES
ENC.
WITCO
HATERIAL
PIPtllPOw-P=-namaanaaxs
C-925 Grease
ID:8143681363
SAFETY
--~--S--¶m8~~au-
Product
(Section
III
(yethod Used) ASTM D92
ts %: not applicable
PACE
DATA
Code:
HAZARD DATA---SECTION
permissfble
concentrations
not appl i cabJ e
Chronic
effects
f o
PAGE 2
563 7834
continued)
greater
than 21O’C
(41O’F)
Extinuuisbina
aments:
DrychemicaJ or Waterfog or CO2or foam or Sand/Earth
Water may cause frothing.
Cfosed containers exposed to fire may be cooled with water.
EEALTH
SHEET
..
,
IV
(air> :
r XD sur
Extended skin &ntar- mty ~ausee&rmatitis
w
&xte
toxicz0loajcal
oro73ertle$. m
no data avai Jable
to some individuals-
-Aid Procedureg
First
Immediately flush wit; large quantities of water for at teast 15
minutes and call a physician.
in Contact: Remove excess tith cloth or paper. Wash thoroughly with soap and
water.
alatioq:
Remove victim to fresh air. Calf a physician.
xf Swalloweq:
COntaCt
a physician iomediateJy.
Eves:
SPECIAL PROTECTION INkORMU?ION---SECTtON V
Ventilation
Tvne Recxuired
none required
j2EJsMr&orv
Protection
none required
Protective
rubber
[email protected] Prots~:
Other
(Snecify
:
tw3e~ .*
Gloves:
chemical safety goggles
. ent:
Prote ctive
mzam
none
IDLING
aced res
Trkfer
,-
ILocal,machanfcal.sPecial)
OF SPILLS
For
OR LEAKS -SECTION
VI
Clean-Un
butk of mixturi into another container.
Absorb residue with an inert
materia’i such as earth, sand, or vermiculite.
Sweep up and dispose as soJid waste
fa accordance with JocaJ, state, and federal regulations.
Waste Di aasa$ .
Dispo?e of ii accordance with all auplicabfe
federal, state and local
..
regtilations.
(Continued on next page}
7/16
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wrrco
Kendall
SALES
MATERIAL
-1-B
maaC-915 Grease
ENC.
ID18143681363
SAFETY
-~-~~~~ms.
-
Brotluct
SPECIAL
PREcAuTIoNs-
--SECTION
PAGE
DATA
---II-l6S
SHEET
PAGE3
363 7834
cot&:
-
VII
Prec;tutions
to be taken in ha.ndlinu
and storage:
Do not handle or store at temperatures over
l&S&mm Storacm Temexatum:
38X (1aa’F)
TRANSPORTATION
DATA---SECTION
VTfI
jD;O,T. : Not Regulated
.
P b z=-table Buantytv : not app'licabfe
FYeiaht
Classif
&cation:
Petroleum Lubricating
%answrtatian
Notes:
Grease
*
STAn REGULATORY
INFORMATION:
Pennsyfvania Worker And Community Right To Know Act: This product contains the
fallowtng
ingredient(s).
,nHydrocarbon
oi t s
CAS. NO. 8020-83-5
Par-Hal contents are withheld as trade secret infomationmeDared
w: Robert Kellam
TiFla:
Group Supervisor, Lubricants Te+ng,
Qtr_crinal
Dats: 06/B/82
Sent to :
pevision
Date:
08/09/94
Supersedes
: 04/m/93
Date:
Maintenance,
and Safety
We believe the statements, technical infomation
and recommendations contained herein
are reliable,
but they are given without warranty or guarantee of any kfnd, express
or iwIled,
and we assume no responsibility
for any loss, damage, or expense, direct
or consequenti al , arising out of their use.
S/l6
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ENC.
NFPA ;AfARD RATING
- Extreme
i - High
- Moderate
: - Slight
0 - insignificant
DIVISION
AND LOCATION---SXTXON
10~8143681363
I
Toxicity
I
0
Reactivity
@
Special
I
-
KENDALLREFINHk COMPANY
BRADFORD,PENNSYLVANIA
77 N. XENDALL AVE.,BRADFORD,PA,16701
Emercrencv
T&.SDhOne
?Urtbe~:
(814)
368-6111
Transrrortation
EAlersencv :
CHEMTREC
I-(800) 424-9300 (U-S. and Canada)
AND PEYSICAL
PROPERI'IRS -SEcMON
II
s ~emical.Name
petroleum hidrocarbon
FonrmlQ:
not appl icabl'e
Hazardous
Dece’m~osition
Pmduc&~
carbon
ruonoxide.and
carbon
dioxidi from burning.
(f--oxtdes of phosphorous from burning
oxides of sulfur
w
w a av frm
strong oxidizers
s%h a: hydrogen ieroxide,
bromine, and chromic acid.
Toxic and Hazardous
rnaredients:
IlOW
&,gg:
liquid
Odor: bland
&xmarance:
liquid
Coloy: amber
SI3eCifjc
Efeltinu . . Point:.
1ess than -ZqT (O’F)
Solubzl~tv
in -Water--fbv
weluht %r: 0 at 2O.C
Volatile
Ibv
weicrht
%):
0
woration.
Rat%:
0
Vanor Pr~ure.
ha Hu at 20°C1:
0
or Dens&W fair=11 : not voiati’le
PH (as
Ls1 : not applicable
Stabllitv.
: Product is stable under normal conditions
Viscositv
SUS at loo*p:
Greater than or - to 100
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Divisioq:
&ocation:
CEEKKAL
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WITCO
SALES
ENC.
MATERIAL
f=PIID*--‘=-*mmasmsza
=-=-=-n-urn-a
KEMIALL FOURSEASONSHYDRALMC FLUfD
,/-+-qW-22,32,46,68,100
FIRE
-
and
AND EXPLOSION
Fire
PAGE
SAFETY
DATA
-=cI--a10
--
DATA---SECTION
and ExDlosion
SHEET
III
:
E;rzardS:
none
[email protected]&&:
Flammable
dExtincmishinc7
(!ethod USed) Cleveiand open cup greater
limits
8: not applicable
aaents:
3/16
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150
Pi
Sriecial
,,~e
F . ahtmaw
pr edurea
Do not use w&et- except 2 fog.
Untzsua1
_ - _-- _- _-_ ___
ID18143661363
’
than 2DD*C (390-F)
.
.
Drychemicai or Waterfog or CO2 or Foam
Closed containers exposed to fire may be cooled with water.
.
>
’
HEmXLZE HAZARD DATA--SECTION
p e rmx 'sgi. ble
IV
.
concentratmns-fairl:
see COMMENTS
section
chronjc
effects
0P ovex-emosurq
.
no data available
&cute
to
icolouicaf
no da:a available
~~ICV Fir.%
Aid
Dropeyties
..
:
.
Pr ocedureq:
Immediately flush with ‘large quantities
of water for at least 15
minutes
and
ca7
1
a
physician.
. n Contact:
fkimfe excess with cl 0th or paper, Wash thoroughly
witi so.ap and
water.
m:
. Remove victim to fresh air. Call a physician.
rf Swall_owe4:
Contact a physician inmediately.
Eves:
SPECIAL
PROTECTION INFORMATXON--SECTTON
V
(Local,mechanical,suec
Recmired
see COMMENTS
section.
.
,pesairat
L7t Protectmn
lsPeclf-7
me1
Ventj,lationdTvoe
iau:
.
Use N~OSH/lBHA certified
respirator with: dual organic vapor/mfst and particulates
cartrfdge
if vapor concentration exceeds pernttssibf e exposure 1Mt.
erateive:
Glove%:
neoprene -type
e [email protected]
og :
chemical safety goggles
:
~tller
Protective~Ecfufxen~
.
none
(Continued on next page)
Sl&NDmG
OP SPILLS
far
OR
lean
LXAKS--SECTION
w;
Ug
Transfer bul kCof mi&w~ into another container.
Absorb residue with an inert
material such as earth, sand, or vermicul ite. Sweep up and dispose as solid waste
fn accordance with local, state, and federal regulations.
Yasts nfsb sa&
,
tXspose”of ix accordance with a71 applicable federal, state and local
regutations.
SPECSAL PRJZCAUTIONS--SECTION
VIZ
.
.
~ecautians
to be
aken m_band
mcr
nd toraq e:
Do not handle or &we at temper&xresaoverS
Ys$eratugg:
38’C ( Z00’ F)
- ~SPORTATION
/““\
DATA-
SECTION VIII
P.O.T,:
Not ReguJated
Pmortw
ouantztv. :. not applicab’le
zoq: Petroleum lubricating
.
tion Not=:
S-=mLJz-=m~~a
none
Oil
This product does not contain any chemical in sufficient
quantity to be subject
to the reporting requirements of Section 313 of Title III of the Superfund
Amendments and ReauUwization
Act of 1986 and 4U CFR Part 372.
If used in applications
where a mtst may be generated, observe a TWA/Pa of 5
pnt3 for mineral oi f mist (OSHA and ACGIH).
STATEREWATORY INFORMATION:
Pennsylvania Worker And Community Right TO Know Act:
This product contains the
foJJoning ingredient(s).
Hydrocarbon oils
CAS. NO. 8020-83-5
The additive mixtures in tits product have been declared a trade secret by the
additive manufacturers(Cantlnued
on next page)
.
APR-29-96
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WITCO
FROMaWITCO
t-=~-~P-~s-mss
SALES
MATERIAL
-s--m-e
SAFETY
DATA
PU3-W-m
KENDALL FOURSEASONSHYMAULIC FLUID
,fltf-22,32,46,68,1aa
PAGE
10~8143681363
ENG.
SHEET
PAGE 4
aitd 150
(COM!ENTS continued)
Prenared
bv: Robert Ke7‘.a%
wr
Grou&Supervisor,
Lubricants Testing,
gtaq~~&
D e: 05/24/89 $ent tg:
j%evi&on
Datg: 08/09/94
p~~&es
= 04/01/93
Date Sent
i
i4aintfmance,
and Safety
ble believe the s~atements;technical
information and recommendations contained herein
are reliab’Ie,
but they are given without warranty or guarantee of any kind, express
or implied, and we assume no responsibility
for any toss, damage, or expense, direct
or consequenttal,
arising out of their use.
.
I
,-.
.
.
S/16
Genium
@iP
Se&n
31 material
Hydrachlork
Publishing
Sheet No. 30A
Hydrochloric
Acid
Issued:
IO/77
Revision:
One Cienium Plaza
Schcnectndy,
NY 123044690
(IS,1
(si8)777-88s4
Identifi~&Son..-~
Safety Datn Sheets Collection:
Mfflerinl
Corporation
...._. _ .._ _ _.. _ __
._ ._.-
C, 992
_._ __.___._____,__.__.__..__- ____--_--_.--
Acid (HCI) Description:
An aqueous solution
of hydrogen
chloride.
Derived
by dissolving
hydrogen
chloride
gas in water at various
concentrations.
llytlrochloric
acitl is alstr fclrmcti as a hyprtrchlrt
from oxycl,lorination
and/or oxyhydrochlorination
of organic
malcrlals.
IJscd in melat pickling
and cleaning
(boiler and heal exchange
culuiprnnnl
serln removni).
0)~ rrchlc*li~~lt. lW~W**Rillfi (c.cpttl Ily~lll), I~yfIloJylil~fl
flln,(+).
tiy ** 1111aiclyr i~il~+lfllc~lialr
pwdU&~II,
nhu~lloplnlil~~,
Isnliw~
Inlulitl#,
itI Irrliiirrl.
Icltilic,ini @ilk. anIl ltnilil I*ifilt~cl*l lu~r*iu~~lj~ul, ~rlil~ltr~ kc*nlth rc1111
edible fats and oils, petroleum
ex(racGon,
toilet
bowl cleaners;
RS an alcohol denaturant.
a chemical
intermediate
and
solvent in organic
synthesis,
and in the photographic,
textile,
and rubber industries.
Other Designations: CAS No. 7647-01-0,
Caswell
No. 486, chlorohydric
acid, Muriatic
acid, spirits of salt.
Manufacturer:
Contact
your supplier
or distributor.
Consult
latest Chemirnl
Week Buyers
Guide(“)
for a suppliers
list.
Cautions:
tory
Hydrochloric
problems.
acid
is highly
corrosive
and causes
serious
Section
-.---------- 2. Ingredients
-.. -. and Occupational
Hydrochloric
acid;
-38%
(commercial),
iO%
1991 OSHA PEL
1992-93 ACGIH
Ceiling:
Ceiling:
5 ppm
1990 IDLH
1OOppm
(7 mglm”)
Ceiling:
1990 NIOSH REL
Ceiling: 5 ppm (7 mg/m3)
i‘race
impurities
TLV
5 ppfn (7.5 mg/nl’)
5 ppm
Category
include
NIOSH,
MAK
Kahhit,
for additional
irriration,
reprodrtctive.
section 3. Physical Data ___-
^.....
Boiling Polnt: -120.64 ‘F (-84.8 “C)*
Vapor Pressure: 4 atm at 64 l F (17.8 “C)
Vapor Density (Air = 1): 1.257
Surface Tension: 23 at 244.68 (118.16 “C)
Molecular Weight: 36.46
Odor Threshold: 0.1 to 5 ppm
[onization Potentlal: 12.74 cV
Appearance and Odor: Colorless
liquid that fumes
organic
matter.
Forms
a constant
boiling
’..-_
ihxa~~posea at 3239.6 ‘1: (I 782 ‘C).
Section .4.
-,--.-7--~_ Fire
~~,_and
-.~~.
azeotrope
.- -.-._-
-.-&I
1
4
0
4
3
ii,
iron.
0
@
IIMIS
F”
,
i*
FPEY
+ Chronic
effects
tSec.8
respira-
sulfate.
”
_
free CI ., and heavy
..
metals.
l.hta+
LX’,,.:
1300 pl~rn/.~O
min;
toxic
effecls
no1 yet
900 mgkg;
toxic effects not yet reviewed
450 nig/ni’/i
hr (I day prior lo pregnancy)
protiuccd
fclc~toxicily
(cxccl~l dcarh) & specific tlcvclopmcntal
ahnornialilics
(horneostasis).
KaI,
irrilanls
Peak Exposu~c
Limil:
IO pptt~,
5 min mnmcnlary
value/8
per shift
RTECS
(MW40250(X)),
__
_.-___-
arsenic.
S/93
rcviewrtl
oral,
LL&:
ir~lvil~~lion,
Kihhil.
*See
as acute and chronic
nmnlonia.
IVHS-86 Toxicity
I IIIIII~~I~. ii~halalion.
(7 mg/rn7)
I: local
as well
K
I
-._._____. - ..___
-l----_--
Exposure Limits
(“~cotropc”).
1990 DFG (Germany)
Level
skin and eye hurns
Erratum:
rye:
and tr):.lcity
TX’,,,:
IO0
Ing
rinse
causctl
milti
irrilirtion.
Dada.
_.
__
_
.-.
.-.
._._
._-...-
Point:
1 .I “F (-17.14
“C) for 10.81%.
-51.16 “F (-46.2 “C) for 31.24%
Density: 1.194 al -14.8 “F(-26 ‘C)
Water Solubility: Soluble, 823 g/L at 32 “F (0 “C); 561 g/L at 140 “F (60 ‘C).
Other Solubilltles: Soluble in alcohol, benzene, and ether; insoluble
in hydrocarbons.
pH: IN (0.1). 0.1 N (I .I), O.OlN (2.02). O.OOlN (3.OZ!), O.OOOlN (4.01)
Refraction Index (IN solution): 1.34 I68 at 64.4 “F (18 ‘C/D)
Freezing
in air and has a strong pungent odor. Can be slightly
at 20 % HC1. 108.58 “C and 760 mm Hp.
yellow
from
of iron,
chlorine,
or
.- .-- _-----
.
ExDlosion Data
traces
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I
Autoignitlon
Temperature:
None reporlcd
Flash l&t:
Non&bustible
LEL. None reported*
__ ._
Extingubhlng
Media: Use extinguishing
agene suitable
for surrounding
&e.
Unusual Fire or Explosion Hazards: *Extreme
heat or contact with many metals liberates
hydrogen
gas which has explosion
limits
Special Fire-fightlag
Procedures: Because fire may produce toxic lhermal decomposition
producls.
wear a self-contained
breathing
SCBA)
wilh
in pressure-demrnd
or positive-pressure
mode. Struclurnl
firefighter’s
pro$rhctive
clothing
fnr0111 ends ol’ tauks.
t ‘cx~l IIIII~S with WII~I spity
until
wail
idler
FiIe Is out. DO nof release
IUIWCC
iom fire control methods
to sewers or waterways.
Q,j++ion
$, R&,,ivity
Data
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._.
.Stabllity/Polymerlzation:
Hydrochloric
acid has high ~iermai
stability
(dccomposcs
al 3239.6 ‘F/l782
“C). Hazardous
polymerization
does not
xcur unless exposed to aidehydcs
or epoxides.
Ehemkal Incompatibilities:
Polymerizes
on contact with aldehydes
or epoxides;
attacks most metals (except
mercury,
silver, g&i, pl&um,
8nt814m,
and sqme allsyo),
some plasiica, n~hber, anti co&[email protected];
rcachs explosively
with alcohols
+ hydrogen
cyanide,
potassium
permanganatc.
etraselenium
tetranieide;
ignites on contact with fluorine, hexalithium
disilicide,
metal acetylides
or carbides (cesium
acetylide,
rubidium
~etylide); and is incompatible with acetic anhydride.
2-amino
ethanol.
ammonium
hydroxide,
calcium
phosphide,
chlorosulfbnic
acid, l,liifluoroethylene,
ethylene
diamine.
ethylene
imine, oleum, perchloric
acid, O-propiolacetone,
propylene
oxide, sodium hydroxide,
silver
mchlorate
+ carbon tetrachloride, sulfuric acid, uranium phosphide. acetate. calcium carbide, magnesium bromide, mercuric sulfate, and
ires involving
a full
facepiece
of 4 to 75%.
apparatus
is ineficfive
for
hydrochloric
operated
acid. Stay away
:hlorina + dininoaniline.
~~ndlths
to Avoid: Avoid contact with incompatibles.
Hwdous
produets of Decomposition:
Thermal
oxidative
decomposition
of HCI
-.-,._,. ..._ ._. ...-..
produces
toxic
-.. ..-... _.- --__
chloride
fumes. and explosive
__.______
hydrogen
gas.
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do not list llC1 as a carcinogen.
SUIOIM~J, d Risker: HCI is a highly corrosive liquid and depending on concentration and duration of exposure, symptoms range from irritation
Primary Entry Routes: Inhalato ukerationsud permanent injury. Tamet Organs: Eyes, skin, respiratory tract. .and liver (in animals).
Medkal Conditions Aggravated by Long-Term
Exposure: Respiratory disorders.
tion, skin and eye amtrct.
No. 30A
4
Hydruchlwic
Acid
Section .6. fle&~.jj+.q,~fl.,
ACU~ Effects:
9/92
Sara, cqn(iprted
Inhalation
of vapors or mists is corrosive
IO the respiratory
tract ant1 can cause ~racltc;~l
anti bronchial
epilheliunl’nccrosjS--.
(tissue death), cough, choking,
ulceration.
Liquid aspiration
CRII CRIISP. ptIlnIonnry
edema,
lung
collapse,
enIplIyscn1a
antI &tInage
(D the
‘puhonary
blood vessels. Skin contact with HCI solutions
cnuscs hums antI ulcerations.
I’ermanent
cyc damage may result from splashes.
Ingestion is unlikely but if it occurs, symptoms
include gray tongue color. corrosion
of mucous membranes,
esophagus,
and stomach,
nausea,
vomiting,
intense thirst, diarrhea,
difficulty
swallowing,
circulatory
collapse
and possible
death. Chronic Effects: Repeated
or prolonged
exposure
cm cause dermatitis,
conjunctivitis,
gastritis,
pl~otoscnsitizntion.
tooth crc>sion, and repeated
exposure
to Inis& from heated-metal
pickling ~olutiom can causenose and gum blec& ulrcration of oral or nnsnl mucosa, and “rcndcrs facial skin so tender that shaving is
p~fu~*‘WS
F’IRST
AID
Eyes: Do nof allow victim to rub or keep cycs tightly shut. (icrttly IiTt cyclitls nntl flush immediately
and continuously
with flooding
amounts
of water until transported
to an emergency
medical
facility.
Consult
a physician
immediately.
Skin: Quickly remove
contaminated
clothing.
Rinse with flooding amounts of water for at leaqt 15 min. Treat skin with a S% triethanolamine
solution.
For reddened
or blistered
skin,
consult a physician.Inhalation: Remove
exposed
person to fresh air and support breathing
as needed. Ingestion:
Never give anything
by
mouth to an unconscious
or convulsing
person.
Contact
a poison
control
center. Unless the poison control center advises otherwise,
have that
conscious andalert person drink
1 to 2 glnsncs of water IO dilute. Do not intlucc
vornitinpl
r
A&r first aid, get appropriate
In-pl;rnl,
paramedic,
or contnwnity
medic4
support.
Noteto Physicians:Consider a chest x-ray in acute overexposure.
S&~biC7~:‘Sgill tbLeak,
--A-AA--_--_..
_.... and Disposal Procedures
Spill/Leak: Notify
safety personnel.
isolnte and vrtltilittc
nrcn. c&y rI111y. :~ud stay ul~wiIl4.
Nrutrnli/c
spills with crush&l
ii&totle.
soda ash.
lime. or sodium bicarbonate.
After neutralizing,
tnkc III’ small spills with c:~r~b. sa1111. vrrmicrtlitc,
or otbcr absorhcnt.
noncombustible
material
and place in suitable
containers
for disposal;
flusl~ large spills to containment
area and I cclaim (if possible)
or await disposal.
Follow
appiicabll
OSHA regulations
(29 CFR 1910.l20).
Environmental
l’ranspurt:
III soil. IK’I
will infiltrate
moving
faster in the prcscnce
of moisture.
it
mny dissolve
some soil mntt(‘t. l~fIIIi~~~lll~1 ly Ill4)9* cbl’ II I~I~I)OII~III~ I)II*:I* will I II* Il6~~lIIt~li~~*it
Irl *:OIIM* cIr.ffI~
111111 will
bi* tI~~tIrlIc~Ilrcl
to ~r~~~~n~lwrItc1
I(W) l1pIIl;
itijtnic~us
I0 iIIigillil~)l~*
CIc,l’S
ill 350 Itl~l,;
llc~llt,
I.C’,,x,. IO 1ng/lJ21
Iir sliIiIrip,
LC5,,
Ecotoxlcity Values:Chronic plant toxicity
hr. Disposal:
Neutralize
to hetween
5.5 & 8.5 before
100 to 330 ppm/starfish,
LCs,. 100 to 330 mg/L/48
hr; shore crab, LC,,,. 240 rng/L/48
disposal.
Contact
your supplier
or a licensed contractor
for detailed rect,lllrlirntlatic,nx.
Follow
applicable
Federal,
state, and local regulations.
EPA Deslgnations
Listed
Listed
SARA
Listed
as a RCRA
Hazardous
Waste (40 CFR 261.23.0.0/N
.soluGon or hi,+r):
as a CFRCLA
Hazardous
Substance*
(40 CFR 302.4):
Final Rcportahlc
Extremely
Hazardous
Substance
(40 CFR 3.55). TI’Q: Not listed
as a SARA Tnxic Chrmicnl
(40 C’FI? 173X15)
No. lXM)2. Characteristic
of corrosivity
Qu;rntity
(RQ). S(W)0 lb (2270 kg) I* per CWA.
Sec. 311 (b)(4):
OSHA Deslgnatlons
Listed
as an Air Contaminant
(29 CFR
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I91 0.1000.
Tahlr
% 1. A)
Section 8. Special Protection Data
^ .._..._
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Goggles:
Wear chemical
safety goggles,
per OSHA
cyc- anti fare-pIotcct~ot1
regulations
(29 (‘l% 1 Y IO. I j$. Because contact lens use in
industry
is controversial,
establish
your own policy.
Respirator:
Seek professional
advice prior to respirator
sclcction
and use. Follow OSHA
respirator
regulations
(29 CFR 1910.134)
and. if ncccss~axy.
wear a MSliA/NIOSIl-approvctl
respirator.
For c 50 ppm. use a cartridge
respirator
with acid gas cartridges,
or any supplied-air
respirator
(SAR) or SCBA.
For c 100 pprn. use any chetnical
cartridge
respirator
with a
full facepiece
and cartridge
that protects
against HCl inhalation,
or any SAR or SCBA with a full faccpicce.
For emergency
or nonroutine
operations
(cleaning
spills, reactor vessels, or storage tanks), WCN an SCRA.
Warning! Air-pwlfiing
respirators do not protect workers in
oxygen-deficient atmospheres. If respirators
are used, OSHA
requires
a written
respiratory
protection
program
that includes
at least: medical
certification.
training,
fit-leesting.
periodic
cnvironmcnlal
monitoring,
mnifitenancc,
inspcrtiori.
clcnning,
and convenient,
sanitary
storage arcas.
Other: Wear chemically
protective
gloves, boots. aprons, and gauntlets
to prcvcnt
skin contact.
Polycarbonate.
butyl rubber,
polyvinyl
chloride,
and chlorinated
polyethylene
are recommended
materials
for PI’E. Polyvinyl
alcohol is not recommended.
Ventilation: Provide
general and local exhaust ventilation
systems to maintain
airborne
concentrations
below the OSHA
PEL (Sec. 2). Local exhaust ventilation
is
prefened
because it prevents
contaminant
dispersion
into the work area by controlling
it at its source. (‘03)Safety Stations: Make available
in,.
the work area emergency
eyewash
stations,
safety/quick-drench
showers,
and washing facilities.
ContaminatedEquipment: Separate
contaminated
work clothes from street clothes.
Launder
contaminated
work clothing
before wearing.
Remove
this material
from your shoes
and clean personal
protective
equipment.
Comments:
Never eat, drink, or smoke in work areas. Practice good personal
hygiene
after using
this material.
especially
before eating, drinking,
smoking.
using the toilet. or applying
cosmetics.
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StorageRequirements:Prevent
physical
damage to containers.
Store in a cool, dry. well-ventilated
area on a cement floor away from direct
sunlight
and heat sources. Use decanting
pumps or pouring
frames to minimize
spillage
during loading and unloading
operations.
EngineeringControls: To rcducc potential hrnlth hnirntcls, USC suffic.irnt tlilutit~n OI locoi rxhtlust ventilation
to control
airborne
contaminants
and to maintain
concentrations
at the lowest practical
level. HCl should he manufactured
in closed systems.
Pay close attention
to leak
detection.
Aqueous
scrubbers
are used to control
hydrogen
chloride
emissions
from vent stacks and other sources.
Workers
shouldn’t
enter
tanks previously
containing
HCI until they have been cleaned.
Admlnlstrative Controls: Consider preplacement
and periodic
medical
exams of exposed
workers
with emphasis
on the eyes, skip, and
respiratory
tract. Pulmonary
function
tests (FEV.
FVC) are useful in determining
lung disorders.
Conduct
difficult
operations
in fume hoods.
DOT Shipping Name: Hydrochloric
DOT Hazard Clas..:8
!D No.:
acid.
solution
UN1789
JOT
----
Label:
__ Ctrrosive __
IWT Yacklng tiroup: 11
Sycd
rovlslons(172.102):A3. A6,
.&T27
I
R2, R 15,
Transportation
Data (49 CFR 172.101)
.~
PackagingAuthorizations
Quantity limitations
a) Isxccptlolls:
171, IS4
a) I’rtusenger,Aircraft, or Rellcar: 1 1.
b) Non-bulk I’ackaghtg: 173.202
b) Cargo Aircraft Only: 30 L
c) lltdk Packaging: 173.212
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Stt)W&IgC!
KequlremenW
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Gas
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LIQUID AIR CORPORATION
Am
P.14/28
DIVUION
Material Safety Data Sheet
PROOUCT NAME
Isohutylene
’ UQU~~FOR*no))
TRAOR NAME
On8 CalHorn&
Pk328, SuSt8 350
2IZl No-ia
Blvd.
wwlutcm8kDc8Momii~06
0-l.lS80
ISUR OAlz
AN08EwsIoNs CORPWIATK
SAFErvDen
AR0 staoNTm8
Isobutylene
CJ+E=AL-Q-S-=
Isobutvlene,
Fomyuu
lien\
r.4Ue
t*s-
11!%-?
1
Isobutene,
2-Methvlorooene
YQWE%tlT -AL
S6-03
FAMILY
pressure
which is equivalent
to-a Partial .prcssure of’ 235 IIUII Hq, .(ACG&.I 19&aS)
svmamysof woswie
Inhalation:
Moderate concentrations so as to exclude an adequate supply '3f oxygen.
to the lungs causes dizziness, drowsiness and eventual unconsdousness.
It also has
a very mild anesthetic effect which might cause lack of co-ordination
or
lessened
mental
alertness.
Skin and Eye, Contact:
rate
of evaporation,
It is mildly irritating
to mucous membranes.
Due to its rapid
it can cause tissue freezing or frostbite
on dennal contact-
ToxlcoL4cIc*Lp(IOoERllRS
It
has a very mild anesthetic
of an adequate
Frostbite’
followed
supply
effect;
effects
are a change in color
by blistering.
Listed a Carcinagan
or Potential Cardnogen
however, the
major
proparty
of oxygen to the lungs.
NationalR3xicology
plog=fn
of the skin
Yes Cl
Nom
is the exc7usion
:i
to gray or white
IA.fkC.
Yesa
Monographa No
possibly
&HA
8
Yea
PROMPT MEDICAL ATTENTION IS MANDATORY IN ALL CASESOF OVEREXPOSURE
TO ISCXJTYLENE.
RESCUEPERSONNELSHOULD BE EQUIPPEDWITH SELF-CONTAINEDBREA-MING APPARATtJSAHO BE
/
COGNIZAr4TOF,MTREME FIRE AND EXPLOSIONHAZARD.
‘Inhalation:
Conscious persons should be assisted to an uncontaminated
area and .
inhale fresh.air.
Quick removal from the contaminated
area is most important.
Unconscious
persons should be moved to an uncontaminated
area, given mouth-to-mouth
resuscitation
and supplemental
oxygen.
Medical assistance
should be [email protected] ilrmadfately
Oermal
Contact
or Frostbite:
Remove contaminated
clothfng
tJ
No @
and flush affrtted
areas
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on last page.)
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Isobutylene
4s ff armnable over
'
a wide range
P.15/20
in air.
..
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k
aour
WIMT
J9.1VF
VAPOR
PHYSlCAL DATA
TuaUlo0aJtlTI~raOi~b~Urr
39.09 lb/‘ft3
(625.2
(-7.12"C)
PIlESSURE
GAsoENsmAT7o-Pr
8 70°F (21-l°C)
SoLUBlLllYIN WATER
Tnsol uble
*mmwc0~0000*
L when bumino
= 38.43
-
Colorless
anthracite
cPUSNPOINTm8lwoo uslEo)
-lOgOF (-76OC)
~IxOrLDu
Water,
ZpqAL
Closed
'I
carbon di’oxide.
RRE PIGmING
possible,
containers,
,
kg/m3)
mn
(265 kPa)
osia
148 lb/ft3
(Z-37 ko/m3)
WkIzsNGPOINT
-220.63OF
(-240.35°C1
gas with an unpleasant
odor similar
to that which is emtted
Coal.
Soecific
aravitv
@70dF: (~fr = 1.0) fs 1 -g8- 4
FIRE AND EXPLOSlON
Alno GNmoNTEMPERATlmE
(465OCj
CUR 869°F
HAZARD DATA
1
CUY*BLLuhmrayVOtUlve
LEL:
drv chemical
1.8
UEL: 3.6
ELEcmau CusIcIuIION
Ctass 1, Group not specified,
PRecEoul?es
stop
I
the flow
of isobutylene.
Use water spray
to cool. surrounding
uNusuaPInEAN0 aPLosoNttAaA0$
Isobutylene is heavier than air and may travel
il considerable
distance
to a source of ignition.
Should flame be extinguished
and flow of gas
continue,
increase
ventilation
to prevent Planrnabte mixture fannation
in low, areas or
s.
I
REACIIVlTY DATA
.
STMlun
CONa~Orqra AVOW
Un.Idl.
:X
sbbb
RcoMPAHskl~
wtubb
Oxidizers
N4zAnaoua
i
PO rroid)
I
:
0EcoMMsm0Y
PnooucIs
None
NAzmoous
mow
PoCYMEmUHO*
coNolH0trb
SPILL
To AVOID
OR LEAK
PROCEDURES
iI
'3nepsfoastu(DI~cIsE~ToRI~is~
Evacuate all personnel
from affXX&ea.
Use appropriate
protective
equipment.
If leak is in user's
equipment,
be certain
to purge piping with an inert gas prior
f-attempting
repairs.
If leak is in container
ar container
valve,
contact .the
locatian.
i sest Liquid Air Corporation
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w&HE OsPoaAbYLTI(o*'
00 not attempt to dispose of waste or unused quantitfes.
Return in the shipping
container
prooerly
1abel ed, with any valve outlet
plugs ar caos secured and valve
1 protection
CaP in Place to Liquid Air Corporation
for proper disposal.
For
amaMPnC\# tdicnncal
cnnCsr+
tho
rlncoct
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SPECIALPRO~CnONlNFOCIMAnON
SPEClALPRECAUTIONS'
SPEaAL
UBELlNG
mMRY*nOW
DOT Shipping;
DOT Shipping:
SPIECIA’.
HAunDUNC
N&e:
Label:
Liquefied
Flamnab7e
petroleum
gas
gas
DOT Hazard Class:
F?amr&ble
I.D. No.:
UN 1075
.J
gas
REOWCNOA7rOHS
Use only in well-ventilated
areas.
Valve protection
caps must remain in-place
unless
container
is secured with valve outlet
piped to use point.
Do not drag, islide or
roll cylinders.
Use a suitable
hand truck for cylinder
movement.
Use a'pressure
reducing
regulator
when connecting
cylinder
to lower pressure
((250 psigj piping or
systems.
00%not heat cylinder
by any means to increase the discharge
rate of product
from the cylinder.
Use a check valve or trap in the discharge
line to prevent
hazardous back flow into the cylinder.
SPLCULIIORIC~~~~~~~~~OPIS
Etcrre in cool, dry, well-ventilated
area qf
Protect
cylinders
from physical
damage,
non-combustible
construction
away from heavily
trafficked
areas and emercjency exits.
Do not allowithe
temperature
khere cylinders
are stored to exceed 130F ,,54C).
Cy7inders
should be stored upright
and firmly
secured to prevent
falling
or being
knocked over.
Full and emptry cylinders
should be segregated.
Use a "f;rst
in-first
out" inventory
system to prevent
full
cylinders
being stored for excessi.ve periods
of time.
PoFt "NO Smoking or Open Flames" signs in the storage or use area.
There
should be no'sources
of ignition
in the storage or use area.
For addidonnI
SPCCtAL
PACXAGING
Isobutylene
stoqa
mcommendadom
consult L’Aic Liquid#s
Encyclopbdh
de Gu or c0mprrss.d
Gas Amaciadon
PynGnet
P-l.
lUCOYMPE(OATlONS
is noncorrosive
and may be used with
any canon
structural
material.
t
6
.+.
:i
I.
'Wth-ground
and bond all lines and equipment associated
with the isobutilene
system.
ilectrical
equipment should be non-sparking
or explosion
proof.
Compressed gas
cylinders
should not be refilled
except by qualiffed
producers
of compressed gases.
Shipment of a compressed gas cylinder
which has not been filled
by the owner or
:
with his (written)
consent is a viotation
of Federal Law (49CFR).
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iIRST AID lREATMENT: (Continued)
with lukewaG water. 00 NOTUSE’HOTWATER.A physician should see the pktient
prcmptly if the cryogcnfc ‘*burn” has resulted in blfstering of the dennal; surface or
deep tissue freezing fi
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Icssmxic than m&yt aiuhoi Ixxhdadonan ause irriitian of the tya and [email protected] uxzandczz
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conccntions.
Rtpued dcin conturm3y alsc cfcrmaik SysEflic
mxkky qpurs to azr mody in ass of heavy [email protected] or inb3iadan. ThE is rzct3t tidencz ttrat skin
absoqdon m3y ‘be more Wy ‘9 ausc sysrmic =rTez than prcviausiy thoqitht
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Spill /Leak Ehcedures: XcxiQ safeg pcsonnef. isoiact and vet&ate 31a dozy czxry. sod stay upwind. Shut off ignirinn
mnmcs. Cknup persanncf should pmrtc= againsr vapor inhfadcn and skin/eye comacz Waur spay may reduce vapor. but
may nor prwat ignition in c!cscd qaczs.
SmdS Spik iakc up with cmh. sand. vcrmicziicc. or athc absorixnr nonwmbuxibie mar&al and piacs in suizabie csncrinerr
Urge SpilIs
Confainmcnc
iur large @Is. dike fk abed of liquid SpiSI for lace dispos& Do not reksc inro sewas ar waterways.
Btgrriaatory
Requirements:
Fonow appiiubfe OSXA mguiadons (29 (ZX 1910.120).
EhadIing Praaurionsi
Use non-spzirbg mois to opc3 containers.
Stonqe Requirements:
Score in a cc4 dry, we!I-vcxihcd
area away from hex @idon
quipmctt
of C!!
I. Group D.
I hsdI efedd
sources. and incompaaNes (Set lo).
Engineehg
Ventilation:
Conrroi.5: ia prz-rex sudc spzrks . e!uzkziIv
pound and bond ail equi~mcx us& wirh and around IPA
avid:
3zxA or !ocai exhaust vcztition
sy&ms ra maintin airborne leve!s bc!ow O!Z? PELs (Sec. 2). Lazi
C?itK; vcxiitian
is yJ---A
p +.-..- siic: it pr:vexs cxuninanr
dispxion into the work arz by concolling ir at its Saul=
istzxive Controls: Consider p$3c:mezx
md te.ftiic zkkzi
:.xms oi tqoscd workers witi ez?lphasis on rhe si&.
,Js. 3nd &mqir,ror{ syS~.zL 3e cxr3 cturious
when
using ?A csncxzzxfy *witi c&m rrzzs~laride bcczus ylimaf
sardics k3ve shown it shx:s
arbc~n cc~zL?loridtL toxicity.
‘rotec:he C?orhingEquipment:
WCTX-...~c~.fly
-i-m’
y~muzive
$oves.
hxs.
qms.
tnd pm!rzs
lm ~prmx prolongeti ar
eh
&i.i. con-;?c, .Vitiie rkbcr (7makhm~h
the > S hr), ~Vugcx znd i4on (brzAahmu3h dme > 1 hr) ;vc suiwbic
autei;kds for PPE. Do non use ?VA. WC or munl nrbbc (bre&tirough
time e I hr). Wczr pmttive
[email protected] or &mic&
h ZGtions (Z9 c.-r( 19 10.!33). Sezuse conuc: !c.% use in irtdusCf is
Sic:y
3cq!r.
,yr O.E.4 eye- 2nd k:-pnrccfon
cont-sverz31,
P3ge
z 3i .:
esublkh
you jwn
pliq.
-.n
c :3mCL”.““. Lhr-r~l. c MI.._ .-__e_
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. .
Physial Sutc: Liquid
Appurauce
and Odor: Cciarkss wish a siighr odar and
biac Qst.
odor Thresboid: 22 ppIY
VaporRessure:~1nmB3ar25-F(77*C)
Sxtcutd
Vapor Dcnsity(Air = 12 ks/rn? 0.075 Ib/@):
l2.74 !c&
cr 0.080 0/fi3
Formda Wtiqirc 60.09
Density (E+i,
at 1 l C): 0.7855 at 687 (20 ‘C)
Warn SoiubXQ : > IO I
IoubIion
PottaW
10-10 ev
Otbtr Solubilitiesz Sohbfe in aiuhaL &et, c!!orofam.
benzene. IasoIublt in salt mlIKians.
BoPin3 Point: 180.5 T (82.5 ‘c)
Frnring
Point 429.1 T (-395 -C)
Viiity:
2.1 c? It 77 T (25 ‘c)
Rtf’mzioo
hdu: 1275 at 68 T (20 ‘C)
Surfact Tension: 20.8 dyntka z n T (25 ‘0
critial
nxxpemnrc
455 -7 (235 ‘t)
czriric3i~~47aux
Ocr3IIoKwa~
Par&ion atriieac
lag Kaw = 0.05
Toxicity Data:’
Eye E7eczs:
Rabbir eye: !W at3 cased sever= ilTiucion.
skin Efrecrs:
R&bir. SEX %I n3 cnscd niid iTriudcrt.
Reproductive:
mnnoienc:
(Sener3.i deqcsscl3civicy).
and
DOT Tnnsportation
Snipping Naclc lsoprcp3nol or
isaprcpyi aicohof
S&ipping Slvmbols: - Eaz3rd CLW: 3
D Yo; UN1219
Packing Group: II
Labck r?amm3bie Liquid
speed
Rrftrenca:
Pmvisioas
(l72102):
Data
CFR 172.lO1):
(49
Paduginq Aucboriacions
a) ELctp!iam
173.150
b) Non-bulk Rckaging: 17X02
c) Bulk Padcaghq: 172243
Quantity Limitadoas
1)Pmfnge?,AhmfkorRdc=55
b)CaqoAimzftOui~6OL
vessei stowage RequiremcnK
a) Vessel Stowage: B
b) Other. -
n
7% 103. 124,126. X27, I32 Ii&
139.148. IS.
IJ9.164
167,168.176.187
MGanxio~BA
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IIndasaiai Hygiene Review -PARay.MPs,~
5Iediu1 Review
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LEVER
DEVELOPMENT
MATERIAL
US
SAFETY
NOTEt This MeterhI
APR
ID:2018408295
30 ‘96
8:28
No.001
DATA S#=JEET
Safety Data Sheat (MSDSI 18 prepared for
inUuawfaVcommercral ua6 stmtions.
The prepamdon of thb MSDS may L
requbd by faw but thii b not an fasertfon that this product presents sriskin
tha ncmml
consumer
PRODUCT
OENEfW.
(AS LABELED);
USE:
MANUFACTURER’S
ADDRESS:
BUSINESS
use situation.
Dovee
A wntmmer
NAME:
PHONE!
Uquid
DiShwsshlnQ
hand dishwashing
liquid
LE’@R BROTHERS COMPANY
390 Park Avenue
New York, NY lDD22
2 12-688-6DDD
DATE OF PREPARATION
8/01/W
MSOS#:
C024, lIeplaces vsrslon dated Z/2/96
StJRe UMlts
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DEVELOPMENT
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ID:2018408295
US
CWJT’ACT
WIllI
SKIN: No inhetion
CONTAt.
WITH EVES: Mnv c4uso
INGESTION:
May oawo psawI~estlnat
WHALATIOM:
Wh%a hhalaion
of e
CHAONIC
HEALTH
EFRMS:
None
CONSUMER
MtODucT
PRECAUTIONARY
other h-hold
okrning
produazr.KCCP
8:28
30’96
No.001
with kick conlud.
Po&ble
irritelbn
from probflRa3
or ropooted
ind~tri~
conloot.
mikl in9lotiun
and discomfort.
lrrMUon
with naueee, vomilinp,
and delevnd d&&or.
product
mint ie utfikely,
such owpooure ~nrry oa~ee transiom
ulm
reeplretory
&rit&on
expoetod.
STATEMENT:
Nut tor UIM In sutomatic
dishweaham.
Do not mix with chlorine bleach
OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
4. FIRST-AID
P.03
01
MEASURF~
EXPOSURl3
Rlnre with wmer.
EYE EXPOSURE:
Fluoh will* watar for 16 minutes.
IffitSnoN~
Do not Induct vandtinf~.
Drhk 4 alasa of milk or wdtol.
INHA!ATION:
Maw
individual
to fro& ulr.
Note: If symp101~~
pcrraia, a-k
mcdlcol attention.
SKIN
.. .
. -
_fi.
ME
FlA!%l
POINT: No flash to 200 r..
AUTOtGNltfON
TEMPERATURC:
Not ;yylicobles.
FLAMMABLE
LlMITS(ln
air by vduma,%~:
Not appfioaMo.
RRC EXl lNGulYHlNG
MAfERlALS:
Not appllwbta.
water
spray:
lay alrfmlcal:
Cartan
Ye8
Yao
Hlllon:
UNUSUAL
matetial.
FIRE AND
EXPLOSION
SPECIAL
FIRE FIGHTING
HA7ARDs:
PROCEDURES;
Dioadda:
Vsr
Fowl:
Yea
Yea
Product
is not cornhumble.
Uoo approP~i&
t&e
l ntinguiehtng
apont
Iur atw p&aging
Nono.
-. .-
@. ACClDENTAi
SPII L AND LEAK RESWNSP:
DI~mrl
dupowd
at in refuse or sowor. Ffoduot
prmmt
spill lrom onmrlno
a waterway.
RELEASE
MEASU&’
k to bo porfofmad
in aamplianae
with applbnblo
luwr. hdl
uollrinr
biod~scbble
inorediont8.
contain31 rtn phosphorotto.
Absorbent
matoriolo
ncily b18 used.
7. HANIXINO
or howohold
roI
luga
.. .
EYE Pl3ollxTIoN:
HAND PROTECTION:
wvpr uhty
fJluu8.
Wear rubbos *vu8
tar pmlonRed
Dav+
i PERSONAL PROTEC-ilON
contan
Diehwaehlna
may h
r&08808,
end STORAGSE
WORK PRACTICES
AND HYGIENE
PRACTICES:
Use poreonel patoetiva
equipment
t1ppropri8to
for Ur task.
STORING
AN0 HANDLING
PRACl’lCfS:
None rrryired
w&h nomul
uso.
F%Ol etrlVE
PRACllCES
OURNO
MAIMDP CONTAMINATED
EClUIPMLN’lz
Use ~W%XIOI pmtoetiw
coMau
la lllwlv.
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS
qwrahhm
~indwwial)
Lii
MStlS
- Peas 3
u&m~ant
when
LEVER
DEVELOPMENT
BODY
ID:2018408295
US
PROTECTION:
APR
Nono required.
.
I
and CHEWhAL
9. PHYSICAL
VAPOR DENSKY!
Nm uppllcablc.
SMURC
GRI\vtTY:l.O32.
1.048
SOLUEIlJ7Y
IN WATER
soluble.
VAWfl
PRESSURE,mm
H9 @ 20 C:~pprorimateh’)
AFFEARANCE
AND COLOR:
Thih liquid
is a @=tiilrd
18
wnalh&
STAkULll’Y;
k&lo.
DECOMPOSITION
PRODUCTS:
Nom.
MATERIALS
WITH WHICH SUBS1 ANCC IS INCOMPATIBIl:
HAEARbOUs
FoLYMERlZAnON;
will IM occv.
CONDlTlON8
TD AVOID:
Oo not WI. h umtwtlc
dkhwashw.
.
ciipp~ry,
ogepul,
NOT
HAZARDOUS
AS
DEnklNED
Do I&
BY
white
< 0 C
s~hdloh
and REACTkTY
mk with chlorine
BPORTATION
Is
PROPERTIES
EVAKMATION
l?AlE[water1): 1
MELTm
FWW
QR RANGt:
BOlLmJG POINT: 5 loo C
pfi(1 % 8olutiml:
6.0 - 6.9 (aa is)
10. STABILITY
TIM
MATERIAL
TRANSPORTATION.
8:29 No.001
30’96
49
hlrach.
INFORMAlION
CFR
172.101
REGULATIONS:
THIS
BY
THE
U.S.
DEPAR?
MtNl
Or
PROPER SHiPPING
NAME
No1 apmlmte.
IIAZARD
CLASS NUMIER
and DESCRIPTION
Nol appno&t%
Not rpplkaM&
uhl IDENTIFKZnON
NUMBEl?z
Not rpplicrM0.
PACKIND
CWXIP:
Dm LmELI8l
fltQuiIlcD:
Not8pl#loabkEMERGENCY
WESPONSC GUIDE NlJhMJEft:
No1 applmbb.
MAflINt
PDLLUTANT:
Not alaPthbl0.
CANADIAN
DMGERWS
lJUWSPOfUA1ION
OOODS’
.
OF
DAMEROllS
GOODS
MAlLIIAL
IS NOT
Cl&SIRED
AS’
12. O’mERINFoRMAnoN
PREPARED
8%
I
I,
LEVER BROlHEFt$ COMPANY
NEW YORK, NY 10022
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Material Safety Data Sheets Collection:
Genium
Publishing
Corporation
Sheet No. 440
1145 Catalyn Street
Met trmc
Sclw?rtcc:tntly. NY 17303- 1816 1 ISA
(‘LII1)\I1 11117.1
1 Issud:
7/80
Rcvisiott:
A, g//1(9
Methane Descrlptlon: Widely distributed in nature,
methane comprises O.o0022% by volume of the earths atmosphere.
American natural gas is mostly methane :85%). At temperatures greater than 2012 ‘F (1100 ‘C), pure carbon combiies
with pure hydrogen to form methane. Above 2732 ‘F (1500 ‘C). the amount of methane produced increases with temperatan= Obtained horn sodium acetate and sodium hydroxide or from alumimrm carbide and water. Commercially prepared
hm natural gas or by fermentation of cellulose and sewage sludge. Constituent of illuminating and cooking gas. Used in
the manufacture of hydrogen, hydrogen cyanide. ammonia, acetylene, formaldehyde, and many other organics.
Other Designatlonsz Fire damp: marsh gas: methyl hydride: CH,; CAS No. 0074-82-8.
Manufacturer:
Contact your supplier or distributor. Consult the latest Chemiculweek Buyers’Guide(Cenium ref. 73)
for a suppliers list.
R
::
K
1
4
1 _0
4 ,@
NFPA
HAMS
I
F :
R 0
PpG*
l SecS
Meham. ca lOO%*
OSHA PEL
None established
ACGIH TLV, 1988-89
None established
NIOSH RRL
None established
* Cld~
with your supplier
to determine
the exad enmpnrition
of the purchased
(C,Ii,J,
hi&c?
rnokcul~r
weight
alkmcr.
artnm
dioxide
(COJ,
nitropn
(NJ.
t Monitor NIOSH. RTECS (PA1490000). for future toxicity data.
trlorlrxr.
tollru
contaminants
we elhwac
(C,iIJ,
pqane
(C,H,),
butane
Water Solubillty: Slight*
Meltlng Polnt: -2965 ‘F (-182.5 ‘C)
BoUIng Polntt -259 l F (161.6 ‘C)
Vapor Density (Air = 1): 0.544 at 32 ‘F (0 l C)
Molecular Welght: 16 g/m01
Appearance end Odor: A colorlcxx,
cwt~Fmu~d give il uuturni
Srr’n
I’iwilinr
methane.
i’ossihle
md oxygen.
Toxicity Data+
Not listed
~nst&ss.
*fig
c*xtrcrnoly
flntnnu~hlc?
gnx. Ccwnurrrinl
methane’s trace nmounts of a suitable mercrt~ttm
n~wll.
*Soluble in 8Icobd 8nd dhu.
Extlngulshing
Media: Methane’s extreme flammability. extensive explosibility range, and very low flash point represent dangerous fire and
explosion risks. Treat any&r situation involving rcpi&y escaping and burning me~hcne gar ar an emergency. Extinguish methane fires by
shutting off the source of the gas. Use water sprays IO cool fire-exposed containers and to potect the personnel attempting to seal the source of
I’
lhe escaping gas.
Unusual Fire or Explosion l!srards: Mcthanc pas is very flrmmahie with nn cxlenaive explcaihility range. The best fire-fighting technique may
be simply to let the burning gas escape from the prcssurizcd cylinder. tank car. or pipelines. Never extinguish the burning gas without fiit
locating and sealing its source. Otherwise, the still Icaking gas could explosively re-ignite without warning and cause mom damage than if it
burned itself out.
Sped81Fire-flghtlng Procedures: Wear a self-contrincd breathing apparatus (SCRA) with a full facepiece operated in the pressure-demand or
positive-pressure mode.
* ‘lhe loudest methane-air explosions eecur when I vchnnc of methane is mixed with 10 vdumes d air (or 2 volumes d oxygen). Wwning:
14% by vdmne methane bums uui.re/e.wly. Methane hums with a pale. faintly lumincus. not atways easily detectad flame.
Stabllity/Polymcrizatbn:
erization cenuot occur.
Methane is stable at room tcmperrture
in cio.sed. pressurixal
containera duringroutine operationa.
-
Air
with
mare
&w..dous
than
polym-
Chemical Incompatlbllitlesz
Genium reference 84 reports that methane can react violently with bromine pentafluoride, chlorine. chlorine
dioxide, nitrogen trifluoride. liquid oxygen, and oxygen difluoride.
Conditions to Avold: Never expose methane to ignition sources such as open flame. lighted cigarettes or pipes, uninsulated heating elements. or
electrical or mechanical sparks. prevent any accidental or uncontrollably rapid release of methane gas from high-pressure cyiiiders, tank cars, or
pipelines.
Ha%[email protected] Productc of Decompoeitkm: Thamnl oxidrlive degradation of nudnnc
can prndttce carbon &bride mci toxic cgrbetI mort+k
Km
No.
440
Mctluur~
X/X’)
Seoll~~r.~.6,~..::~1
le~l1h.i.ilia~rd.:::.l)a 121
,.,..
Ncitbcr
the NTP. IAKC.
nor OSIIA
lists
as a carcinogen.
Summary
of Risks: As a simple asphyxiant.
mcthanc
dots
\
significant
physiological
responses.
hut it can displace
the minimum
rcquircd
atmospheric
oxygen
Icvel.
Significant
displacement
an oxygcn.dcficirnl
ntniospli~*rc
with no ::cl~*qu~ll(* w:uuing
pryvlirs.
hsphyxintion
czu: occur rspccinlly
in confi::ccl.
poorly
vcntilatcd,
I+oslt:itc
(cryogciiic
tlninnp~)
UII: r~5ult from contncl
with liquid r~:clt~r~:lc’s
cxlrcnicly
low
spaces infrcqucntly
cntcnzcl Ivy workers.
Medlcnl
Conditions
Agffravated
by Inm#-Term
Exposure:
None rcprwcd.
‘l’avet
Omnns:
None rcportcd.
Primary
PIntry:
Acute Effects:
IIlc initial symptoms
of sitnplc asphyxiant
gltzrs’s cffccts arc rnpid respiration
and air hunger.
clirninishcd
mental
and impaired
muscular
ccx~rdinntion.
Coutinuing
lack or oxygw~
CILIIRPS fnutty
juctgnlw::!.
tlcprcssio::
of rrll scnsntions.
rapid fatiquc.
instability.
nausea. vomiting,
prostration,
unconaciousncss.
and finally.
convulsions.
coma. and death. Chronic
ElTects: None reported.
II
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.
-...~.......
Carclnugenicity:
not cause
results in
undisturbed
Iempcrature.
Inhalation.
alcrtncss.
emotional
. . ..-
ALA-.;
. . . . . . ..-
-;.:LLi.-
‘.
::.:,:..::::i
;
i_
:
j ‘.
. :
~;--“--;.-i..L..-
methane
FIRST AID
Skln: (Liquid
methane):
Promptly
flush hc aKcctctt
arca with IOLT of tcpit~ukcwarn:
water to rcducc freezing
of lissucs. Ncvcr apply direct heat
to frostbitten
areas. Loosely
apply dry, bulky dressings
to protect the arca from further
injury. Get trcatmcnt
from qualified
medical
personnel.
Inhalation:
Rcscucra
must consider
their own snfcty when cntcring
confined.
poorly vcntilatccl.
oxygen-dclicicnt
arcas. Self-contained
breathing
cquipmcnt
must be readily
available.
Rescuers must use nounparking
tools and cquipmcnt:
e.g.. floodlights
loweral
into ally incidcnoarca
must bc
clcctricaily
grout&d
and bonded. shatter-resistant.
mt sparkproof.
After
first aid, ReI appropriate
In-plant,
pnremedlc,
or community
medic31 attention
and support
for lnhalatlon
exposures
in oxygen-deficient
almospheres.
Seek prompt
n:cdical
assistance
for further
observation
and trcatmcnt.
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Spill/Leak:
Design andpractice
a methane spill crmtrol NUI couniermearure
pinn (SCCP).
When a leak occurs, notify
pcrsonncl,
climinatc
hcnt and ignition
sources, cvncun~c un::c~*~ss:uy
p~*:s~~u~cI. pr(:vitlc
:::nxi::::::n
cxplosicrn
proor vcntilrtion.
and implcmcnt
tl:c SCCP. Ilsc only
:a~::spnrkiux
IO& nrrt c~pitwwwf,
I CXVIII* rml w:~l III:* QUII~‘P cd tlw lwk i:tp J+.r:‘: I :w* cvnl~v qwsvs It9 pr~~lrr~l 11x. pvstxtd
:~:1:w:t:lit:~
lhic slwlrdf.
Large r~:edra~e
relcascs ci~ll trs~itt
i:: stx~ctiu~tdi~~
1-rl1t41s11ws
II II::VIII~::~ III htwl IIII 11w IC*IAIII): ps we- w~htbt t ~wt~d. ~~v~a~ti~l~: 111~ I:kr*ty n~t:l~~*~c:~r
arca. Disposal:
Contact your supplier
or a licct~sccl contractor
for dctrilrd
rcco:::mcnclations.
Follow
npplicahlc
Fcdcral.
state, and local regulations. Rcrnovc
lcaking or dcfcctive
cylinclcrs
to I: s::f~. outside, pos~cd. rtisch:ugc
location.
I.ct t11c :~:chu:c
gas dis&:rgc
at n rncxlcrntc
rate. When
it is empty,
return the cylinder
lo the stq$icr
nftr: it is t:rol:crly
tnggcd. Inhcllcd.
or stc::cili~cl MT (empty)
or dcfcctivo.
safety
OSHA Designationa
Air Contaminant
(29 CFR
1910.1000,
Subpart
EPA Designations
RCRA
liazardous
Waste (40 CFR 261.33):
Not listed
CEKC’1.A
~Inmrc!o~~s !i~hs~rnw
(40 C’FH 302.4):
Not listed
SARA
l~snc~rc~ly
lln~ntcl~:us
Sulrstnrnc
(40 (‘FR 35.5): Not listed
SAKA Toxic Chemical
(40 CFR 372.65):
NOL listed
Z): Not listed
Gqgf~:
Wear protcctivc
cycglasscs
or chc:r:ical
snfcty tyt$cs,
trr OSIIA
eye- rind face-protection
rcgulntions
(29 CFH 1910.133).
Gloves:
To
prevent
akin contact, workers
handling
liquid ::~c~l:mc shoultt wear appropriate
insulating
gloves. .safc~y glasses. and splash aprons, as rcquircd
by
lh~ particular
work conditions.
Re.splratur:
Wear a NIOS~I-approved
respirator
if ncccssary.
Follow
OSIIA
respirator
regulations
(29 CFR
1910.134).
For emergency
or nonroutinc
operations
(spills or cleaning
rcnctor vcssclsandstoragetanks).wearan SCRA. Wornlng: Air-purifying
rcapiratora
Q not protect
workers
in oxygen-dcficic::t
ottuosphcrcs;
USC sclr-contained
breathing
cquipmcnt
thcrc. Ventllollon: bovidc gcncrd
and local explosion-pruof
ventilation
systems to maintain
airhonrc
concentrations
below the 5% v/v LEL (Sec. 4). Local exhaust
ventilation
is
preferred
since it prevents
methane dispersion
into the work arca by eliminating
it at its .source (Ccnium
ref. 103). Give special attention
to proper
ventilation
of cncloscd
arcas. Safety Stations:
Make availahlc
in 010 work arca cmcrgcncy
eyewash
stations,
safety/quick-drench
showers,
washing
facilities,
fiie extinguishers,
and oxygen
bottles for cmcrgency
first-aid.
Contaminated
Equipment:
Ncvcr wear contact lcnscs in the
work area: soft lenses may absorb, and all lenses crmccntratc,
irritants.
Latmdcr
contaminated
clothiig
bcforc wearing.
Remove
this material
froin
your shoea and equipmmt.
Other:
If appropriate,
rcunidcr
installing
automatic
sensing cquipmcnt
that warns workers
of oxygen-deficient
%,- 1 :
atmospheres
or of potentially
explosive
air-gas mixtures.
All engineering
systems in any methane
gas storage,
handling,
or processing
area must
be explosion-proof
so they have no spark potential
or hot spoor. Prasurizcd
systems must use onJy approved
vaives.
manifolds,
flanges,
and flame
~estora. Commentx Methane gas pcscnts dangerous
fire. explosion.
rind reactivity
risks. Regularly
inspect and service all the piping systems
which ~anaport
methane
gas in production
and storngc areas. &fore
USC. thorougldy
test methane
lines with nitrogen
gas lor leaking.
especially
in
encloaai
1IDees.
Stor*e
fuepnrof
Rcctulrcmrntx:
area away from
Sk::* :ur:t:a:~cr io 4ow11.
heat and ignition
sources
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chcnricals
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from physical
damage
and heat.
Shieldthemf&n direct sunlight.Speclai’Handling/Sturage:Electrically
ground and bond all containers.
tanks, cylinders.
tank cars andpipelines
used in methane
shipping,
raxiving.
or transfcning
operations.
Never smoke in any work area where the possibility
of expsure
to methanegas
[fire hazard)
exits. Recommended
storage containers
include steel.
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Material.
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Pentane
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Pentane; n-Pentane
CMRNICAL
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Pentane;
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600 Molar PPM; STEL = 750 Molar PPM (ACGIH 1996~3).
OSHA (1985)WA
= I
1,000 Molar PPM.
8tmPtom OPLIIOwaE
Vapors may cause mild Writatlon
of the eyes, skfn or lungs.
Inhalation:
High concentrations
of pentane so as to exclude an adequate supply of
oxygen to the luhgs causes dftzlness,
deeper breathfng due to afr hunger, passible
nausea and eventual
unconscfousness.
Contact wfth rapidly
evaporatfng
liquid
can cause cryogenic "burn&" or frostbfte.
Pentane ts fnactfve
blologfcally
and essentially
nontoxlc;
therefore,
the ribijor
property
Is the exclusfon
of an adequate eupply of oxygen to the lungs.
Frostbite
eftects'are
a change In color of the Ykin to gray or white, possibly
followed
by blistering.
Pentane 1s not listed
fn the IARC, NTP or by OSHA as a care inogen or a potet;Zal
carcinogen.
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IS MAMAToRY IN
ALLCASES OF OVEREXPOsURETD PENTA&
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PERSONNEL SHOULD BE EQUIPPED WITH SELF-CONTAINEDBREATflINQ APPARATUS&
Inhalation:
Conscious persons should be assfsted t6 an unconhMted
area,and .!nhal
fresh atr.
Quick removal from the contaminated area is nest Important.
Unconscious
persons should be moved to an uncontaminated
area,
lven aKHlth-to-mouth
resujcltat1on
and supplemental
oxygen.
Further treatment should Ii e symptomatfc afid supportive.
Denrtal contact or frostbite:
Remove contaminated
clothing dind flush aff4cted areas
with lukewarm water.
DO NOT USE HOT MATER. A physklan should 8ee the at!&
promptly
if the cryogenic
"bum" has resulted
In blirterlng
of the dendar surface or
ecp tissue freezIng.
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be certain
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attempting
repairs.
If leak is in contafncr
or
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tiquid
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1n
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properly
labeled.
with any valve outlet
P~UUS or caps secured
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protection
cap i place to your supplier.
For @uergency disposal
hSSiStance,
contact your closest
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Use only in well-ventilated
areas.
container
is secured with valve outlet
piped
to use point.
Do not drag, sl,ide or rvl
Use a suitable
hand truck for cylinder
movement. Use a pressure reducing
cylinders.
regulator
when connecting
cylinder
to lcrwcr p-sure
(40 psfg) piping o+ systems.
Do not heat cylinder
by any means to Increase the dfschargr
rate of product from the
cylinder.
Usa a check valve or trap fn the discharge Ifrio to prevent
hatandous back
Do not tamper with'(valve)
safety device.
Close valve
flow into
the cylinder.
after
each us? and when empty.
area of
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cylinders
from physfeal
damage. Store !n cool, dry, well-ventilated
non-combustible
construction
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and firmly
sacured to prevent
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01. being
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z.houtd be segregated.
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out" inventory
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signs in the simage or:use area.
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material.
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cylinders
should not be refilled
except by qualified
producers of cqwess~d
gases.
Shjpment of a' compressed gas cylinder
which has not been filled
by the owner or with
2
#ih (wrftten)
consent is a violation
of Federal LSW (49CpR).
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Sheet No. 3
Sodium Hydroxide
(518) 377-8854
tion: Derived by electrolysis of sodium chloride brines, by reacting calcium chloride
with sodiu& carbonate. or by electrolytic production using the diaphragm cell. Sodium hydroxide often contains as impurities
minimal amounts of sodium chloride, sodium carbonate, sodium sulfate, sodium chlorate, iron, or nickel. Used to hydrolyze
fats and form soaps;in makingplasticsto dissolvecasein;in treatingcelluloseto makerayon andcellophane;in explosives,
dyestuffs. electrolytic extraction of zinc. reclaiming rubber, tin plating, oxide coating, etching and electroplating, laundering
and bleaching, pulp and paper manufacture: in vegetable oil refining; in peeling of f?uits and vegetables in the food industry;
and in veterinary medicine as a disinfectant.
Other Designations:CAS No. 1310-73-2; Aetznatron; caustic soda; Collo-Grillrein,
Collo-Tapette; Feurs Rohp; Lewis-Red ’
Devil Lye: soda,hydrate: soda lye; sodium hydrate.
Manufacturer: Contact your supplier or distributor. Consult latest Chemical Week Buyers’ Guide”) for a suppliers list
Cautions: Sodium hydroxide is moderatety toxic by ingestion and inhalation and can be seriously corrosive to eyes, skin, and
mucous membranes.
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Sodium hydroxide. ca 100%
Ceiling: 2 mdm3
1990OSHA PEL
1990DFG (Germany) MAK
2 mg/m’
1990IDLH Level
250mg/m’(solution mists)
1990NIOSH REL
Ceiling:2 mg/m3
1985-86Toxicity Data*
Rabbi4 oral, LD : 500 mg/kg; no toxic effect noted
Rabbif skin: [email protected] applied obtir 24 hr causes severe irritation
Mouse, irmaperitoneal. LD,,: 40 mg/kg; toxic effects not yet reviewed
2991-92ACG:H TLV
Cci!ing: 2 mg/‘m’
* See SIOSII,
Section3.
RT.!?C.S (WB49CKWO).
Physical
for additional
Data
irricaticm,
’
mutation,
‘.:
and toxicity
data.
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Roiling Point: 2534‘I? (1390“C)
SpecificGravity: 2.13 at 77 ‘F (25 “C)
Melting Point: 605‘F (318.4 ‘C)
Water Solubility: 1 g/O.9 ml water, 1 g/O.3 ml boiling water
Vapor Pressure:1mm Hg at 1362 “F (739 “C)
Other Solubilities: 1 g/7.2ml alcohol. 1 g/4.2 ml methanol, soluble in glycerol;
p1-f(0.5% solution): 13
insoluble in acetone and ether
iMoiecuiarWeight: 40.01
:<ppearanceand Odor: Odorless. hydroscopic (readily absorbs water) white flakes. cake, lumps. chips, pellets, or sticks.
Section 4: Fire and Explosion-Data
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1UEL: None reported
FlashPoint: None reported
1AutoIgnition Temperature: None reported
ExtinguishingMedia: Although noncombustible as a solid, when in contact with moisture or water sodium hydroxide can generate enough heat
to ignite surrounding
combustibles. If possible without risk, remove containers from area Use extinguishing agents suitable for surrounding fiie.
For small fire, use dry chemical, carbon dioxide (CO,), or regular foam. Avoid water spraysince. water reacts with sodium hydroxide to generate
substantial heat. If you must use water, be sure it is as cold as possible. For large fzes, use fog or regular foam.
UnusualFire or ExplosionHazards: Sodiumhydroxide may melt and flow when heated.
SpecialFire-fighting Procedures:Sincefire may produce toxic thermal decomposition products, wear a self-contained breathing apparatus
(SCBA) with a full facepiece operated in pressure-demand or positive-pressure mode. Also, wear fully protective clothing. Structural firefighters’
protective clothing provides limited protection. Apply cooling water to fire-exposed sides of container until fire is well out. Do not splatter or
splash this material. Stay away from ends of tanks. Be aware of runoff from fire control methods. Do not release to sewers or waterways.
Section
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Stability/Polymerization: Sodiumhydroxide is stableatroom temperaturein closedcontainersunder normal storage and handling conditions.
Hazardous polymerization cannotoccur. Violent polymerizationcanoccur whenin contactwith acrolein or acrylonirrile.~Since sodium hydroxide
readily absorbs water and carbon dioxide from air, keep wntainers
tightly closed.
ChemicalIncompatibilities: Sodiumhydroxide generateslargeamountsof heatwhenin contactwith water andmay steamandsplatter.It reacts
with mineral acids to form corresponding salts: reacts with weak-acid gases like hydrogen sulfide, sulfur dioxide, and carbon dioxide; ignites
when in contact with chmamaldehyde or zint; and has exploded when exposed td a mixture of chloroform and methane. Sodium hydroxide can be
very corrosive to metals such as aluminum, tm, and zinc as well as to alloys such as steel, and may cause formation of flammable hydrogen gas.
An increase in temperature and pressure occurs in closed containers when sodium hydroxide is mixed with: acetic anhydride. glacial acetic acid,
chlorohydrin, chlorosulfonic acid, ethylene cyanohydrin, glyoxal. oleum. 36% hydrochloric acid, 48.7% hydrofluoric acid, 70% nitric acid, or
96% sulfuric acid.
Conditionsto Avoid: Avoid generation of sodium hydroxide dusts, andcontact with water, metals, and the chemicals listed above.
HazardousProducts of Decomposition:Thermal oxidative decomposition of sodium hydroxide can produce toxic sodium oxide (N%O) and
sodium peroxide (N%OJ fumes.
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Carciuogenicity: In 1990reports,the IARC. NTP. and OSHA do not list sodium hydroxide as a carcinogen (see Chronic Effects).
Summary of Risks:Sodiumhydroxide is toxic by inhalation of dusts or mists, ingestion, or direct slcm or eye contact. Damage is immediate and
without prompt medical attention can become permanent This strong, corrosivealkali dissolves any living tissue it contacts.
Medical ConditionsAggravated by Long-Term Zxposqre: Nonereported.
get Organs: Eyes, digestive tract, respiratorysystem.and skin.
,ary Entry Routes:Ingestion,inhalation,andskin andeyecontact.
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No. 3
Sodium
Hydroxide
1 l/9 1
cute Effects: Ingestion causes immediate burning of mouth, esophagus. and stomach; painful swallowing; excessive salivation; edematous
ess fluid in surrounding tissue) lips, chin, tongue, and pharynx covered with exudate (fluid oozed from swollen tissue); esophageal edema
elling from fhtid buildup in esophagus walls that can prevent all swallowing within hours); possibly edematous, gelatinous, and necrotic
:&red tissue death) mucous membranes; vomiting (sometimes coffee grounds-like material due to digestive hemorrhage); and rapid, faint
. Atse; and cold, clammy skin. Death results commonly from shock, asphyxia (oxygen loss due to interrupted breathing), or pneumonia by the
second or third day after ingestion. Dust inhalation can cause many small burns. temporary hair loss (in nasal passages since sodium hydroxide
breaks down keratin). and possibly pulmonary edema (fluid in lungs). Skin contact causes slippery. soapy feeling that is not usually painful for 3
min after contact-even
though skin damage begins immediately. It causes burns. keratin (hair and nails) destruction, and intracellular edema
(excess fluid in skin cells), with damage progressing to severe burns, tissue corrosion, deep ulcerations, and permanent scarring if not immediately
washed off. The cornea begins to corrode on contact. Disintegration and sloughing of conjunctival and comeal epithelium ma- progress to
temporary or permanent corneal opacification (cloudiness, becoming impervious to light) or symblepharon (adhesion of lid to eyeball).
Chronic Effects: Dermatitis may result from repeated exposure to dilute solutions.
Cases of squamous cell carcinoma (malignant tumors of
epithelial origin) of the esophagus are reported 12 to 42 years after sodium hydroxide ingestion, although it is unclear whether the cancer results
from scar formation caused by tissue destruction or directly from the chemical’s possible carcinogenicity.
FIRST AID: Emergency personnel should protect against contamination.
Eyes: Gently lift the eyelids and flush immediately and continuously with flooding amounts of cold water until transported to an emergency
medical facility. Do not allow victim to keep eyes tightly shut. Warning! Although
splashed directly in only one eye, sodium hydroxide may affec
the other eye’s sight if prompt medical attention is not received. Consult a physician immediately.
Skin: Quickfy remove contaminated clothing. Rinse with flooding amounts of water for at least 15 min. Be awure that this substance can become
vcty hot when in contact with water. For reddened or blistered skim, consult a physician. Wash affected area with soap and water.
Inhalation: Remove exposed person to fresh air and support breathing as needed.
Ingestion: Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious or convulsing person. If ingested, have that conscious and alert person drink 1 to 2
glasses of water, followed by vinegar or fruit juice to neutralize the poison. Do not induce vomiting!
‘After first aid, get appropriate
in-plant, paramedic, or community medical support.
Note to Physicians: Perform endoscopy in all suspected cases of sodium hydroxide ingestion. Perform blood analysis to determine if dehydration,
acidosis, or other electrolyte imbalances have occurred.
Section 7. Spill, Leak and Disposal Probdures .I
., .:
SpilVLeak: Notify safety personnel, isolate hazard area, deny entry, and stay upwind of spills. Cleanup personnel should protect against vapor
inhalation and skin or eye contact. Use water spray to disperse vapors, but do not spray directly on spills. For small dry spills, avoid excess dust
seneration bv csrefullv scoouine or vacuuminr! (with auurouriate filter) into a suitable container (above 60 “C sodium hvdroxide corrodes steel)
spills, cover w% plastit\*sheet or other ‘&permeable layer and contain for later disposal-Follow
applicable OSfiA
for la’er d&&al
For jar e
ten&ions
(29 CFR 19la.l%.
Environmental
Transport:
Sodium hydroxide is not mobile in solid form, although it absorbs moisture very easily. Once liquid, sodium
h droxide leaches rapidly into soil, possibly contaminating water sources.
d nvironmental Degradation:
Ecotoxicity values: TLm. mosquito fish. 125 ppmlp6 hr (fresh water); TLm. bluegill, 99 mg/48 hr (tap water).
Disposal: Contact your supplier or a licensed contractor for detailed recommendations. Follow applicable Federal, state, and local regulations.
“PA Designations
:ed as a RCRA Hazardous Waste (40 CFR 261.22): Characteristic of corrosivity
.,ted as a CERCLA Hazardous Substance* (40 CFR 302.4). Re table
Quantity (RQ): 1000 lb (454 kg) [* per Clean Water Act, Sec. !F11 (b)(4)]
OSHA Designations
SARA Extremely Hazardous Substance (40 CFR 355): Not listed
Listed as an Air Contaminant (29 CFR 1910.1000, Table 2-l-A)
SARA Toxic Chemical (40 CFR 372.65): Not listed
Section & Specia!:Prtitectiori.Data
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Wear protective evenlasses or chemical safetv_ Izonp;les.
per OSHA eye- and face-motection regulations (29 CFR 1910.133). , Since
-.,
-contact lens use-in industry b controversial, establish your own policy.
Respirator: Seek professional advice prior to respirator selection and use. Follow OSHA respirator regulations (29 CFR 1910.134) and, if
necessary, wear a NIOSH-approved respirator. Select the respirator based on its suitability to provide adequate worker protection for the given
working conditions, level of airborne contamination, and presence of sufficient oxygen. For emergency or nonroutine operations (cleaning spills,
reactor vessels, or storage tanks), wear an SCBA. Warning! Air-purifying respirators do not protect workers in oxygen-deficient atmospheres.
Other: Wear impervious gloves, boots, aprons, and gauntlets to prevent any skin contact.
Ventilation: Provide general and local exhaust ventilation systems to maintain airborne concentrations below the OSHA PEL (Sec. 2). Local
exhaust ventilation is preferred since it prevents contaminant dispersion into the work area by controlling it at its source.(to3)
Safety Stations: Make available in the work area emergency eyewash stations, safety/quick-drench showers, and washing facilities.
Contaminated Equipment: Separate contaminated work clothes f?om street clothes. Launder contaminated work clothing before wearing.
Remove this material from your shoes and clean personal protective equipment.
Comments: Never eat, drink, or smoke in work areas. Practice good personal hygiene after using this mater&especially
before eating, drinking,
smoking, using the toilet, or applying cosmetics.
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9. S&al
Pr&[email protected]
and @~~en~:~‘;:
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Storage Requirements: Avoid hysical damage to containers. Store in dry, well-ventilated area away from water, acids, metals, flammab1e~~
liquids, and organic halogens. It eep containers ti htl closed since sodium hydroxide can decompose to sodium carbonate and carbon dioxide
upon exposure to air. Since corroston occurs eas uoy
ve 140 ‘F (60 ‘Cj, do not store 01 transport sodium hydroxide in aluminum or steel
containers at temperatures near this level. Store containers in rooms eqtupped with trapped floor drains, curbs, or gutters.
En ineering Controls: To reduce potential health hazards, use sufficmnt dilution or local exhaust ventilation to control hazardous contaminants
an d to maintain concentrations at the lowest practical level.
Other Precautions: Consider preplacement and riodic medical examinations of exposed workers that emphasize eyes, skin, and respiratory
nact. Consider a respiratory protection program tr-at includes regular training, maintenance, inspection, and evaluation. Inform employees of the
possible hazards in using sodium hydroxide.
Transportation
Data (49 CFR 172.101, .102)
DOT Shipping Name: Sodium hydroxide; dry. solid, flake, bead or granular
TM0 Shipping Name: Sodium hydroxide, solid
WT Hazard Class: Corrosive material
IMO Hazard Class: 8
Vo.: UN1823
ID No.: UN1823
JT Label: Corrosive
IMO Label: Corrosive
DOT Packaging Exceptions: 173.244
IMDG Packaging Group: II
DOT Packaging Requirements:
173.245b
[email protected] Collcetion References: 26,38,73.89,100.101.103.124,126~
127.132.133.136.139.140,143.146,148.149,153,159,161.163
Prepared
by: M Gannon. BA, Industrial
Hygiene Review: DJ Wilson, CM; Medical Review: W Silverman. MD; Edited by: ER O’Ccnnor, MS
r
b.:c. i’8Material Safety Data Sheet
PRESTONE9 Engine Starling Fluid
III. HAZaRDOIJS INGFlEDIE?US
Et!zyl
etl?er
n-heptaxe
-
Mefhykyclohexane
Cd&on
(I)
SOECC
OS=
(21 ACfTZ
(31
(41
142-82-S
400
500
ppm
ppm
TWA
srp-J\
(3)
(31
X-60
108-87-2
400
ppm
TWA
(3)
124-38-9
10000
5000
30000
tiolide
sane of the
or poterrtidL
he
zs-50
5-10
other
in~aditxts
catcbogcrr
by
for
ezqosu=e
?edssiblc
Both
the
Recorzexded
ZzzLts
OSili).
by
L&a&
PEL
the
pprn
TWA
rwa
STZL
(11
(21
(3)
is Ested
as a car';qexl
OSZA, XYR or IaRC.
PEsposure
Tksshold
ppa
pp
listed
Liz&:
Va,Le
and dCGi2i
Lu-atiac,‘ter
above are:
(efite,Lvc
(1988-89
9/89)
f&t;on)
Tz;r
IV. FiRE AND EXPLOS1ON HAZARD DATA
FLASHPOINT
..
Tag Opea Cup: Nor deetmind
PWQ-ma!s
CIoscd cq: 49°F
.
AEROSOL FLAME EXTENSION
GEUCthan18bldUS
[email protected] Q 1989, Documesc MSDSO254.
Jauuqr
24.1991
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Material Safety Data Sheet
PSE5TONE3 Engine Slarting Fiuid
AEROSOL FIRE PROTECTION LEVEL
Level 3 Aerosol @EPA 30B)
ITLAiiLE
LIMITS N .a
% BY VOLL.?HE
tom
1.35
UPPER:
36.5
AUTOIGMTXON
TE-MPERATURE
180°C
,
Foam. alcohol foam, a&on dioxide. and dry chemiuL
as cooling medium,
Water may be unsuitable esctpc
SPECIAL FIRE FXGBTNG PROCEDURES
Use seLfcontained brutbing apparams, Toxic fumes may be emitred.
UNusuxt
FIRE AYD EXPLOSXON HAZXRDS
Extremefy ffammable conress. pressuked conrainer~, Vapors are bezvier than air std
may cravei or be moved by air currents and be ignited by pilot lighf~. ofher ties.
smoking, sparks, hearers. elecniul equipment szadcdiscbqes or ocher i&ion sounzs
ac iocacions disranc &ml produrt handling poinr
V. HEALTH
G-C-I’S
HAZARD DATA
OF SlNGLE OVEREXPOSURE
SWXLLOWNG
sKNABsORFKON
XNEALATXON
May cwse signs and symptoms of systanic in!oxiution, wirh
incoordin;rtio~ blurred vision. hnrlnche, anaigesk unconsciousness and
respirarory failure due to depression of cbe cent& newous sysren Due
co high voladiry, may rapidly distend the stomach. uusing discomfort
and may make breaching di&uk
May also czuse pneumotkis if
aspixale&
Signi5cuK
!saNCONTAcT
Copyright a, 1989, Docune~~
not
eqecZed.
Acts as a azcocic or genezai anes&zic.
rrspirarory
.
absorpdon
May cause irrintion of t&e
uacr with [email protected] and also signs and symptoms of in~oxiudc&
with
incootdinatios
blurred
vision.
headache. analgesia
unconsciousness. cardiac imgbrides.
and rcqixatory failure due to
depression of the central nervous system. Breathing high vapor
concezuxzions may cause heart rate ineguiariries, pssibiy fiel,
parriculariy in persons OritJzheart disease.
~May
case mild irriwion. experienced as kui redness.
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PRESTONE3 Engine Starting Fiuid
EYE
CO~TXCT
Exposure to tiquid or high conc=3rr3doos
esperie~ced
3s redness. excess fe3ring.
of vapm may cuse kition,
and possible swe!Jing of he
CCJIIjUIICIiV~
,
EFFCTS
OF REPEAlED
OVEREXPOSURE
Reputed
skin exposure c3n uuse cmcking and drying, Rqemd
exhaustion. hudacfres. drowsiness. dizziness. cardiac anhyrhmia,
psychic disoxbaRces.
OTHER
EFFECTS
OF OVEREXPOSURE
May cause aiburnhria
MED CAL
inbahdon may cause toss of qperire,
cami
mrvous system excirabiliy.
and
and poiycyhniz
CONDITIONS
AGGRAVATED
SIGNFICANT
HAZARDS
LABORATORY
EMERGENCY
AND PIRST
DATA
BY OVEREXPOSURE
WITH
POSSlELE
REUVANCE
TO HUtiAN
HEALTH
AID PROCEDURES
_.
Giveat~2&ssuofmi&orwaxcrifthepaduxisccmscious,
not iaduce vomidng. CaRa phy&ian immedi3fciy.
DlHiCATXON
Remove to frah 3i.r. Give ardfidzl
[email protected]
necessaq. CUaphysick
EYES .-
Immedi3tiy
flush eyes with pieny of wmer for tcyt
media
aReaion. pfedJly
aRophtb3&oiogiSt
NOTES
TO PEYSICLW
May
produc:
sympachomixnetics
epinephrine.
Copyrighx
Q 1989, Documearz
arrh*
cspecidy
IllyccatdiUUL Becmse of
%fSDSOZX
nzspimion
if not brattring.
CPR
oxygen aFly be givu
if
in a
pctssiiie
should be used with
--
Jauuary 24, I992
Do
15 minutes,
Seek
personwirh an tic&k
adlytbmogeRiceffecrs.
uuficm
Avoid
t&e use of
P3ge 4
Material Safety Data Sheet
PRE3TONE3EngineStarting Fluid
The: is uo spciiic ancidoce. Trezuaezs of ovezqosure should be
diread 3c cbecontrol of sj7qJtocus and Ihe diniuf coIxdkion AMidal
vendacion my be requ.ired ifcoun is ckp and bruhing sha.Uow.
VI, REACTMIY
STXBKLIZY
DATA
Sabic
*
-0tis
P0LYMEmzATI0N
CONDITIONS
TO AVOID
wa not occur.
INCOMPXTDBILIZY
-0US
Hns sparks and open flames.
@Werids to Avoid)
Smng oxidking agents.
COMBUSIYION OR DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS
Exnzmefy flammable.
WilI bum to form carbou chcide.
zuonoxide. May form oxide!3 of nicmgcrt
carbon
.
VII. SPILL OR LEAK
PROCEDURES
OR SPILLED
SIeEPSTOBETXgENIFMAl=EXALLSWurapppria
pasond pmceaive equipment andfunove aR sauxces
of ignition Conuin [email protected] using absorbcx matcriaf and colkz rnztctal
fix diqxxaf in 3 coma&r subbie for ft?mmahfe wastl see Section rv,
Thxsud Fm ti Explosion Kazuds.”
copyright
g! 1989, Dcxussc
2lffsDsos,s4.
hmJ3Ly
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PRESTON? Engine Starting Fluid
Fxs-i
EFANOS
V111. SPECIAL
PROTECTiON
(for manufacturing
RE!jPIRXTORY
OTEER
i
C
use lod
ex&aust VeofilaEioll for opendoss whish IIlzy result in
employee exposure above lhe PEZ,
None required under normal use PVA (poipinyl akohoi)~ gloves are
recommended for operarions which may result in repeated skin contact
GLOVES
PROTECTIVE
PRECAUTiONS
EQUXPANone required
TO BE TAKEN
IX. SPECIAL
PRECAUTIONS
IN HANDLING
AND STORING
.
DANGERz Exmxnely fhmabie,
.
Avoid eye and proloqed skin contzct
.
DoMtdtinkorsur&owcontmts
l
,-
and buik spill deanup)
PROTECTION
Use MOSWMSH.4
approved chauiui clmidge [email protected] ’ for
options
which may muit in cmpioyee zsposurt above rhe Pcdssi~ie
Exposnre Limit (PEL).
VESTEXXON
PROTECFIYE
INFORMATION
CoatcrttrmduP~
doMtstorcar
Do
Mt
son
near heu,
ZpadcF or open flame
e!npammsabwe.
OTHER PRECAUTIONS
Observe ail mpknems
_.
ofpiaat company or goven2me.m repihm
KtrPOUTOFREACHOFCHILDREIC
Pap 6
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d8.rr
Material
FiRSi
BRANDS
PRESTONE3
X DEPARTMENT
EAZARDOUS
HAZARD
ID-CATION
LABEL(S)
&f.AERuLs
Engine
Data Sheet
Starting
OF TRANSPORTATION
Engine Starting Fluid
CLASSIFTCATION
FIammabie Gas
NUMBER
UN1960
REQUDIED
FIammabIe Gas
Xl. ENVlRONMEtlTAL
EMERGENCY
Safety
PLANNING AND COMMUNW
DATA
RtGHT TO KNOW INFORMATION
73s producr comains tke foIlowing chnicais subject to Sm
c._
Copyigkt Q 1989. Document MSDSOZS4, Januarj’ 24.1991
RTLE IIZ Sazfion 313 rcporring:
Fluid
NAME:
NO - Na..Oam
NA * Nat ilpp-
PQ
39Vd
S-lzf-l~S
H30>1
QQgt-29L-QT6
8b:QT:
966t/&f/TT
ND-NoCam
NA - Nat Ad0ricaUk9
90
33Vd
377
ttI-UlflS
H30>1
0091~29L-0
mqm5df
‘16
8P :0X
966t/Et/ft
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Gas
. \
Material Safety Data Sheet ’
I
mooucTIuy
Hydrogen
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Hydrogen
.
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W&nutCmek. CaUtornl8!&88
!itpz%IyI
gfiizEh”,“,,m
Cyanide. Hydrocvanic
cn8mIcuruyImCyanide, Formonitrile
FoaYw
H(y
acid
Hydrogen
wucuunW
\'
CAS Number;
7409Or8
!
C-FIIytLlj
27.018
HQULTHHAZAREIDATA
numrrwnorvrruotMucrr;m
Pure hydrogen cyanide Is a liquid,
stabilized
with the addition
of sulfuric
or phosphoric
acid.
Cyanide compound
is unstable,
and must be
Liquid Air,i$arporation
.: .\.
r-w\
8YmFTom8oFprpmu~
At approximately
1 molar PPM concentration,
the detection
of it;
sbttter
almondsn is posslbie.
.c levels
of 20-40 molar PPM, slight
symptoms of digestive
Irrftation,
me&al
and slowing of the breathing
rate are evident after several hours of exposure.
also appears even though the circulator.:
function
is only slightly
fmpajr4.
.
(Continued
on'last
Inhalation:
ToIt fs one
reactions
resul tlng
FwFwnr)
of the quickest acting poisons;
In the body resulting
in anoxta
in respiratory
paralysis.
Llsted 88 Carclnogecr
Nallcnal~logy
0rFolendd
Pmgram
Carcinogen
It hinders the vttal
affecting
the central
Yea q
No
.
'I
Cyanide
M
&~r
I
of
confusion,
Cyanosis
page.)
oxydationrreduction
nervous system
'
, v
IARC.
Yes 0
Mcnogwhs
No
@
tAm1AUmmT
XNG OF FIRST AID IS IWERATfYE.
PI= MEDICAL ATTENTIDN IS IWDATORY IN ALL GASES OF OVEREXPOSURETO HYDkD&EN CYANIDE.
UE PERSONNEt SHOULD DE EQUIPPED WITH SELF-CONTAINED BREATHINGAPPAWTYS AND BE
SZANT OF EXTREME FIRE AND EXPLOSION WA!!.
)
atrnent is based on forming IRethemagiobin
in the blood which complexes Mth
nide Ion srendering it incapable of acting as a poison.
It Is reported'ithat
the hemoglobin can be converted
to metheraaglobtn
without danger of anoxla.
Jnaation of metbemoglobIn
is [email protected]
by Injecting
intravenously
10 ml of
% so'lutlon
of sodium njtrate
followed
fmnedfakly by 50 ml
.
,
the
up, to 20%
The
a sterile
.
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,j+=+ogen cyanide is slowly polymerized i~ awznia.
In the presence of moisture,
Aides, potassium and bases, this exothermic, outotatalytic
reaction is acchlerated.
Acids retard
this
reaction.
PtiYSlCAL DATA
UaummmIfTMIO~19(Y1
#nwaPowT
78.3OF (25 7 cl
~-a~~
g 70°F
t
kPa1
1blf9
0
(2l.l”C)
12.3 psia
04$oaum47n*r
a71
lh/f+3
*
t6&@l3!
1 am
It -a\
2:mw"Am&
68OF (20°C) Bunsen
*
I-=
coefficient
=-224
18.1 0 F t-13.3 OC 1
4P?m-Aw)oooa
i
.
. specjfjc gravity @70-F (Air
[ Colorless
1 iquid with a brwr
FlREANDULQLOSlONHAUADDATA
W#nPOWT~~
-0.4-F
t-18°cj Clopd PlqexTwawwlwa~
Hater, carbon dioxide
aMuALRa-PaoQDuAEI
4wo~~-m4nJ=
1m
:
'
2
1
= l.Df
Is -96.
I
Class 1, liroup not, sxcified
.
.
.
I
.
.
.
8TMum
UmlDuo
Kolsture,
luzAmoua
.
:..
CoNomoaa
I
X
cyanlees.
Meow-
AmRonta
ttufum8aokvumwmu
M&roau
wI(o(oca*
l
DATA
See &.,zardous Polvmer~
potassium
,
TO Awl0
below
t
or bases
Paoaucm
x
.
REACTIVITY
.
.a
~~~CI~WO
Pure HCN slowly polymerizes
to amonip,
incompatible
materials
this reactjon
Is accelerated.
added to pure HCN to retard this exothcrmicpolyuwization.
With
Acids ar
.
i
SP!LlORCEAKPROCEDURES
~TOIIIT4MUWcuIM4TSW4bYMN4WO
\:
OR-
Evacuate all personnel
from affected
area.
Use appropriate
protectfve equfp&at.
If
leak fs in user's ~qulpwent,
be.cert+in
to purgq piping with an inert gas prfor to
attestpting
repairs.
If leak is 4n container or cpnbainer valve, contact the tlosest
I
Liquid Air Corporation
location.
.
.WMT8owouL-0
pot
attempt to disp&e
of resfdu$T or unused quantittes.
Return in the sh<pping
c. ..ainer pronerly
labled,
with any valve outlet
pluus
or caps secured and valve
protectior!
cap fn Place to Cqqufd Ai Corporation
for proper disposal,
For &sergency
d*sposai,
contact the closest LjquidrAir
Corporation
locatfon.
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Positive
pressure air line with mask or self-contained
should be available
for emercency use.
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:
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To prevent accumulation
f
above th* l%A.
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shoes,
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shower
+.
SPECtALPRECAlJTlONS*
Hydrocyanic
acid, liquefied
(fQ 10/4.54)
I.D. No.:
NA 1051
@WY&??$?n~/KE
DOT Shipping Label:
Poison gas and flammable gas
OOT Hazard Class:
Poison A '
~IE~MWIO~~ORECOY(IPP*~~~M
Use only in well-ventilated
areas.
Valve protection
caps must remain in Yplace unless
container
is secured with valve outlet
pfped to use point.
Do not drag, jslide or
roll cylinders.
Use a suitable
hand truck for cyljnder
movement.
Use a pressure
reducfng
regulator
when connecting
cylinder
to lower pressure
(~3.000 psig'j piping
or systems.
Oo not heat cylinder
by any means to increase the discharge.rats
of
Use a check valve-or
trap in the discharge
13~s to prevent
product from the cylinder.
hazardous back flow into the cylinder.
t
!
HeclALmoMeemcou~~
Pro&t
cylinders
from physical damage. Store 9n cool, dry;
well-ventilated
area o$ mm-cambustfble
construction
away from heavily
tmffjcked
area
and emergency exits.
Do not allow the temperature
where cylinders
are stored to excee
13OF (54C).
CyJlnders
should be stored uprfght
and firmly
secured to ptievent falling
Full and empty cylinders
should be segregated.
Use a "first
or betng knocked over.
In-first
out" inventory
system to prevent full cylinders
being stored for s;;;;eisive
Post "No Smoking or Upen flames" signs in the storage r.* L; :.z areapertods of time.
It mq a';:;ibe
There should be no sources of ignition
in thr; storage or use areathat a poison fs stored in this area,
advfsibfe
to pos t signs indicating
Most corm~~n structural
materials
are compatible
wfth hydrogen cyanide.
for contafning
HCN must be kept scrupulously
dry and leak-tight.
,
.
munrrcoYvnqrnorroar-
d-
Equipment
:
:
I
.f
wl Because of hydrogen cyanide's
extreme toxfcfty,
jt is
recormaended' that a continuous
monitoring
system tith alann be installed
to monitor the
atmosphere wherever hydrogen cyanide is being handled or used.
The system should have
sensttfvity
and accuracy to a level at least one half of the TWA. EarthYground
and .
bond all lines and equipment assocjated
with the hydrogen cyanide systemc Electrical
equipment should be non-sparking
or explosion
proof.
Compressed gas cyljnders
should
not be-refilled
except by qualifted
producers of compressed gases. -Shipment of a
compressed gas cylfnder
which has hot been filled
by the owner or with hjs (written)
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fhe Ceilfnu
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10 minutes
of exposure.
270 Molar
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IO molar
PPM; STEL - IS molar
HAZARD DATA
PPM (ACEIH, 198~45)
exposure to low (1540
PPM) concentrations
will generally
cause irritation
to mucous membranes and wnjunctivae
of the eyes.
It ma also cause headache,.
dizziness or nausea. Higher concentrations
(MO-300 PPMJ can result
in respir,?my
arrest 1 eading to coma or unconsciousness.
Exposures for more than 30 minutes at
concentrations
of greater than 700 PPM have been fatal.
Continuous
inhalatfan
of low
cr paralysis rendering the detactiori
of its
Continuous
Inhalation
of hydrogen sulfide
is highly
toxic,
It is l 7so an irritant
to ~IJCJUS
Continued
exposure renders the .
tissue,
membranes and the conjunctivae
of the eyes.
01 factory
serrsors inoperative.
Toxlcolo~icalljr
its reaction with enzymes in tiGe blood
stream inhibit
cell respiration
resulting
in pulmonary paralysis,
suddan colla:se
and death. This overshadows its irritant
effect on mucous mobranes
and tissues
which
t
at worst will
cause pulmonary
edema or conjunctival
140~.
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NationaiT’oiogy
MS
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TO HYDROGEN
SULFIDE,
RESCUE PERSONNEL SHOULDBE EQUIPPED WITH SELFCDNTAINED BREAfHING APPARAWS.
R9;;;;EPERSONNEL
SHOULD RECOGNIZETHE HAZARDS OF OVEREXPOSURE DUE TO OLFACTORY
.
Extreme fire hazard when rescuing semi-conscious
or unconscious
p&sons
Inhalation:
due to flamability
of hydrogen sulfide.
Avoid use of rescue equipment
whfch niight
contain
ignitjon
sources or cause static
discharge,
Move affected
person to an
uncontaminated
arta.
If breathfng
has stopped,
give assisted respiration.
Oxygen or
a mixture of 5% carbon dioxjde
in oxygen should be administered
by a qualIfied:Yperson.
Keep victim
warm and calm. Seek ImedIate
medical
assistance,
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sulfide
till
explode or burn over a wide range of mixtures
in air.
becomes dangerously
reactive
uhen mixed with concentrated
nitric acid or other
strong
oxidizers
such as sulfuric
acid. Vapors will combust spontaneously
when
mixed with
vapors
of chlorine,
oxygen difluoride
or nitrogen
trffluoride.
Hydnrgen
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(-60.2°C]
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colorless.with .
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FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARD DATA
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44.0
NEC Class T
of gas.
Cool surrounding
should use self-contained
Shut off flow
Fire fighters
wamua me
~60bosom nuu~s
Hydrogen sulfide
is slightly
may "travel"
a conslderahle
n
heavier
distance
co-roA~lo
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'lUCOul~nmuTrbmhdhmm
COrlCWltratecl
with
heat,
water sprair.
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than air so may accumulate in low spots ani
to a flame or other source of Ignition.
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containers
breathing apparatus.
flame or other
nltrlc
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CRiOnlle,
nitrogen
trifluoride,
O.;ygen
aaents .
SPILL OR LEAK PmcEDum
S?USlUlllT*9*IkG-YLllLUIIEvacuate
al 1 personnel
If leak is in
to attempting
closest
Liquid
fraw $zd
area.
USC appropriate
protective
equipnant:.
user's equipment, be certain
to purge piping with an inert gas prior
repairs.
If leak is in container
or contafner
valve.
contact the,
Air
Corporation
location.
-7x-’
to dtspose of waste or unused
quantities.
Return in the shippins
prom&y
labeled,
with any val vc outlet
plugs or caps secured and valve
cap in place ta Liquid Air Corporation
for proper disposal,
For
emergency disposal,
contact the closest Lfqufd Air Corporatton
1ocatMn.
Do not attempt
container
protectfan
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sulfide
Flammable gas
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INFOUMATION
PRECAUTIONS*
(RQ-lOW45.4)
1.0.
DOT Shipping
No.:
Label:
UN 1053
Flammable
gas,
Poisan
YLsuLlurouyQRcoyyw*llals
Use only
container
In well-ventilated
is secured
with
Use a suitable
areas.
Valve protection
caps must remain in place unless
va'lve outlet
piped to use point.
00 not drag,
slfde or roll
cylinders.
hand truck
for cylinder
movement.
Use a pressure
reducing
regulator
when connecting
cylinder
to lower pressure
((750 psig)
piping
or systa.
Do not heat cylinder
by any means to increase
the discharge
rate of product f&n the
cy?ioder.
Use a check valve or trap in the discharge
line to prevent hazardouj
back flow
into the cylinder.
VIPLLnaooammnmoIII
Protect
cylinders
fran physical
damage.
Store in .cool, dry, well-ventilated
a6ea
of non-combustible
constructton
away from heavily
traffTcked
areas and emergency
erits.
Do not allow the teatperatun
where cylinders
am stored to exceed 13OF' (SK).
Cylinders'should
be stored
upright
and firmly
seared
to prevent
falling
or b&-g
Full and enrpty cylinders
should Se segregatedUse a 'fint
in.*Fii-st
knocked
over.
out" inventory
system to prevent full cylinder
being stored
for excessive
per- ::i.of time.
Post Vo Smoking or Open Flames" signs
in the storage
or use area.
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should
be no sources
Pofdd~~momm~
of ignition
oDMI(I
in the storage
CAir
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or use area.
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Many metals
corrode rapidly
with wet hydrogen sulfide.
Anhydrous
(water conte&
:-40F or C) hydrogen.suffide
can be handled in carbon steel,
aluminum,
Incone*,
Sell [email protected] and 304 and 316 stainless
steels.
Avoid hard steels which are highly
stressed
since they may be susceptible
to hydrogen embrittlemrnt
fawn hydrogen'
sulfide.
Ear‘th-ground
and bond all lines
and equipat
associated
with the hydrogen sulfide
LySXlY!l. All electrical
equipment
should be non-sparIcIng
or explosion
proof.
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Qot rely on the olfactory
sense to detect. the presence of hydrogen sulfide.
Analytical
iev3ces
and inswumentation
are readily
svailable
for this purpose.
Perform frequent
rnalytSca1
tests to be certain
that the WA fs not being exceeded.
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gas cylinders
should not be rl:filled
except by qualffied
producers
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PERSONSWITH POTENTIALEXF’OSURE
TO HYOROGEN SULFIOE SHOULD NOT
VICARCONTAC LENSES.
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Flush
fingers
P. 12Q0
;
contaminated eye(s) with copious quantities of water. Part eyelids with.
to assure complete flushing.
Continue for at least 15 minutes.
Other Reiomendations
or Precautfons:
(Contfnued)
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fflted by the owner or with his (bvrStten,l consent is a violation
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APPENDIX
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SOPNo.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOP No.
SOPNo.
18
21
24
27
30
31
33
34
41
45
51
HEALTH
Respiratory Protection
Decontamination
Confined Space Entry
Lockout/Tagout
High Pressure Washers
Cranes and Hoisting
Personal Lifting Safety
Slip, Trip, Fall Prevention
Equipment and Hand Tools
Vehicle Safety
Equipment Inspection
B
AND SAFETY
PROCEDURES
HEXLTH
RESPIRATORY
PROCEDURE
& SAFETY PROCEDURES
PROTECXION
NUMBER
LAST REVISED Xi/92
18
APPROVED
Page 1 of 8
By: JFWFHH
No individual will enter an area where the use of respiratory protective equipment
is required unless the person has been trained in the selection, use, care and ’
limitations of the respirators, and the proper respirator has been selected for the
task and fit tested.
The purpose of this procedure is to provide information and guidelines for the
selection, use, and care of respiratory protective equipment for alI OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM) and contractor personnel. This ‘procedure complies
with the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.134.
3.
GENERAL
3.1
The use of engineering controls should be the primary respiratory hazards
method to limit employee exposure to respiratory hazards.
3.2
Respirators shall be worn when engineering controls
are xnsuccessfui
.and:
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When the PEL (PermissiiIe Exposure Limit), TLV (threshold
limit due), or ceiling limit for the material exposure is approached or exceeded, as measured by sampling.
As deemed appropriate by the regional health and safety
manager.
33
Respirators can only be worn by individuak who have been properly
trained and fit tested.
3.4
The regional heakh and safety manager will evaluate annually the effectiveness of the respirator program and report his findings to the vice
president of health and safety.
35
The respirator program coordinator for each region will be the regional
health and safety manager.
IIRESPIRATORYPROTECI'XON
3.6
II Procedure Number 18
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Only respirators approved by the National Institute for Occupational
Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) which are appropriate for the potential hazard shall be
worn
OF RESPTIWTORS
4.1
Engineering controls should always be the primary control of con-ted air (i.e. elimination of source of contamination, ventilation equipment,
barriers, etc).
4.2
Once the need for respirators has been established, the respirators shall
be selected on the basis of the hazards to which the worker is exposed.
4.1.1
Selection criteria should include:
l
l
Whether the contaminant may be sufiiciently toxic to be
immediateljr dangerous to life or health (IDLH).
l
The possibili~ of oxygen deficiency.
l
The useful life of the respirator or cartridge.
l
The escape routes available.
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The concentration of the contaminant.
Whether the equipment is intended for emergency use, for
periodic use, or for stand-by purposes.
;
char;rctenzab’.o of the hazard and proper respirator data will be performed to determine what type respirator will be used.
5.1
Prior to assign& personnel tasks req$ring the use of respirator the
exqhyee shall be medically evaluated in compliance of reqirements of
29 CFR 191O.l34(a)(lO).
52
Employees not physically and psychologicaIly capable of wearing respirators shall not be assigned to such work.
53
The medical status of each employee is to be reviewed as outlined in
Procedure 10 and as may be deemed necessary if the physical status of
the cmpIoyee chaqes.
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Fit testing will be performed in accordance with accepted fit test procedures by the regional health and safety manager or their designated
employee who has been trained and qualified to do so.
6.2
Records of fit testing shall be maintained by the employee’s division
office and/or corporate human resources.
7.
,
IRATOR USE INSTRUCTIONS
7.1
Respirators must be used only by those employees who have been properly trained and qualified on the specific type of respirator to be worn.
7.2
All employees whose job assignment requires the use of respirators shall
be given respirator training at the time of fit testing before being assigned
to the job. Retraining must be performed annually on each type of
respirator worn by the individual. Training records must be kept.
73
Only respirators and cartridges approved for the hazardous atmosphere to
be encountered will be used.
7.4
Only NIOSH/MSHA
75
CAUTION: Full face piece or one-half face piece air-purifying respirators are not to be used where there is an oxygen deficiency. Only airsupplied full-face respirators with an emergency escape cylinder or selfcontained breathing apparatus will be worn when an oxygen deficiency
exists.
7.6
CAUTION: A respirator does not protect against excessive heat or
against hazardous substance that can attack the body through the skin,
7.7
Contact lenses shall not be worn with fuMace respirators.
7.8
A person wearing a respirator must be clean-shaven in the area oi the
face piece seaL Long hair, sideburns, and skuil caps that extend under
the seai are not allowed, Glasses with temple pieces extending under the
seal are not allowed. Persons with facial conditions that prevent a proper
seal are not allowed to wear a full-f&e piece respirator until the condition is corrected. Facial conditions which may cause a seal problem
include missing dentures, scars, severe acne, etc.
approved, respirators wiU be worn by an individual,
p”
SPECI’ION
8.
8.1
Respirators shall be inspected by the user before and after each day’s use
and those not used routinely shall be inspected once a month.
82
Inspection procedure air puri&ing respirators (full-face piece and one
half-face piece cartridge/canister respirators)
821
Examine the face piece for:
l
Excessive dirt
l
Cracks, tears, holes, or distortion from improper storage.
l
Inflexibility
l
Cracked or badly scratched lenses.
l
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8.2.2
Incorrectly mounted Iens or broken or missing mounting
clips.
Cracked or broken air [email protected] element holder, badly worn
threads, or missing gaskets.
Examine the head straps or head harness for:
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Breaks or cracks
Broken or malfunctioning buckles. Excessively worn serrations on the head harness which may permit slippage.
ISamine exhalation valve for the following after removing covet
l
Foreign material
l
(2rackq tears, or distortion in the valve mate&L
l
Improper insertion of the valve body in the Eacepiece.
l
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.
cracks, breaks, or chips in the Valve body, particuhu~ in the
seaiingsurfact.
l
hcfishg or defective valve cover.
l
Improper installation of the valve in the valve body.
IIRESPXRATORY PROTECTION
IIProcedure Number 18
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Examine the air purifying elements fox
Missing cartridge adapter gasket
Incorrect cartridge/canister, or filter for the hazard.
Incorrect installation, loose coIIl1ections, missing or worn
gaskets, or cross threading in the holder.
,
Cracks or dents in outside case or threads of filter or cartridge/canister.
8.25
If the device has a corrugated breathing tube, examine it for:
l
Broken or missing end connections.
l
Missing or loose hose clamps.
Deterioration, determined by stretching the tube and looking
for cracks.
l
83
Inspection procedure air-supplied respirators (full-face piece air line
respirators and self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)) should be
inspected as foilows:
83.1
If the device has a tight-fitting face piece, use the procedures
outlined for air purifying respirators will be followed, except
those [email protected] to the air purifying elements.
83.2
Qe inspection of air-supplied respirators should in&de checks
on the following items:
l
Tightness of connections
l
Condition of all rubber parts
Air cylinder (SCBA & egress) must be fully charged aud the
hydrotest certi.&ation must be current (SCBA cylinders-3
years/egress cylinders 5 years).
l
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Regulators and warning devices function properly.
Does each unit (SCBA & egress) have a distinct identikation number permanently affixed or engraved on the regulator?
I RESPIRATORY
a;4
9.
PROTECTION
A record of respirator inspections inchxiing date and inspectors initials
and maintenance will be maintained for all pieces of respiratory protective equipment designated for emergency response. The SCBA inspection form follows this procedure.
G OF RESPIRATORS
9.1
Respirators assigned and worn by one individual must be cleaned after,
each days use. Visitors’s or multi-assigned respirators must be cleaned
and disinfected after each use.
92
Extreme caution must be exercised to prevent damage from rough
handling during the cleaning procedure.
93
After cleaning, respirators must be reassembled.
9.4
A respirator spray disinfectant is approved as disinfectant between
continuous use but not for cleaning and sanitizing after each day’s use.
9.5
Cleaning Procedure for LuEvidually assigned Respirators
9.6
95.1
Washing: The respirator must be disassembled and washed with
a mild liquid detergent in warm water. A brush should be used.
To avoid damaging the rubber and plastic in respirator face
pieces, use a soft bristle brush and a cleaner/water solution
between 90 and 1OO’F.
95.2
Rinsing: The respirator should be rinsed thoroughly in clean
water (140’F maximum) to remove all traces of detergent. This
is very important to prevent dermatitis.
. 953
Drying: The following drying methods may be used: drainkq
and drying on a clean surface; dmining and drying when tig
&om racks (take care to prevent damage); towel drying with soft
clothes or paper towels.
Cleaning Procedure for Visitor or Multi&signed
9.6.1
Respirators
Washing, The respirator must be disassembled and washed with
a brush in a cleaning solution in warm water. To avoid damaging the rubber and plastic in respirator face pieces, use a soft
bristle brush and a cleaner/water solution between 90 and
1OO’F.
IIRESPIRATORY
10.
11.
II Procedure Number 18
PROTECI’ION
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9.6.2
Rimingz The respirator must be immersed in a disinfectant
solutions noted beloti for at least 2 minutes and then rinsed in
clean water at 140-F maximm~~
9.63
Disinfection: 50 ppm of chlorine in a hypochloride so&ion
made from household bleach (2 ml. to one liter of water).
9.6.4
Drying The following drying methods may be used: draining
and drying on a clean surface; draining and drying when hung’
from racks (take care to prevent damage); and drying in steel
storage cabinets with built-in circulation fans. (Solid shelves
should be replaced with steel mesh).
JHAINTENANCE
OF RESPIRATORS
10.1
Respirator maintenance shall only be performed by qualified personnel,
for example site supervisors and site safety officers.
102
Approved replacement parts must be used. Substitution of parts from a
different brand or type of respirator invalidates the technical approval of
the respirator.
103
Maintenance performed on a self-contained breathing apparatus shall be
done only by an individual who has been cert%ed by the manufacturer.
STORAGE OF RESPIRATORS
1Ll
When not in use, respirators must be stored to protect them from dust,
sunlight, heat, extreme cold, excessive moisture, damaging chemicals, and
Physical damnrre=
lL2
Respirators nmst be stored in reusable plastic bags between shifts.
ll3
The respirator storage environment must be clean, dry and away from
direct sunlight Upright cabinets and wall-mounted cases are suggested.
Breathing air shall meet at least the recpirements of the specification for Grade D
breathing air or better (II, E, or G not A, K, or L) as desmibed in the American
National Standard Commodity Specific&ion for Air ANSI/CGA G-71-1989.
NIOSH recognizes the foilowing standard color codes for respirator cartridges.
The color codes can be used as a general guideline, however, personnel should
refer to the NIOSH tetical
certification (TC) to verify adequate protection
Acid gases
Organic vapors
lhclnlonia gas
Acid gases and organic vapors
High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA)
Dust, fumes, and mists (including asbestos
and radioactive materials)
Dusts, fumes, and mists (other
thau asbestos and radioactive mate&is)
,,-
White
Black
Green
Yellow
Magenta (Purple)
Orange
RESPIRUOR FIT TEST RECORD
Name:
Employee Number:
Date of Test:
,
Expiration Date:
Type of Fit Test:
Cl
Quautitative
Protective Factor
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QuaIitative
Isoamyl Acetate
(Banana Oil)
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Jr&ant Smoke
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S&nature of Conductors
I certify that I have been trained op the proper use, instructed on’maintenance procedures, and have
passed a respirator fit test as dscribed above.
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OF EMPLOYEEz
EmployeeHome Division
Corporate Pusormel Of&e (FAX Number: 4l9-456069)
1.
OBJECTIVE
All personnel, tools
(exclusion zone) on
hazardous materials
required in 29 CFR
2.
and equipment which have entered the contaminated area +
OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM) job sites involving
require decontamination upon leaving the exclusion zone as
1910.120.
PURPOSE
The purpose of this procedure is to describe the requirements for decontamination.
3.
REOulREMErn~
3.1
The site health-and-safety plan will include a section on decontamination
with specific requirements.
3.2
Every exit from the exclusion zone requires decontamination. The exception
is an emergency situation. If an employee is injured, decontaminate to the
extent possible given the nature of the injury.
3.3
Iarge equipment such as drill rigs and heavy equipment will be
decontaminated by using a steam or hot water hose wash or by detergent
Wash.
3.4
Persormel decontamination will vary from site to site but will always in&de
the following steps:
Equipment drop
Outer boots and gloves wash/rinse (step off)
Outer boots and gloves removal
Suit wash/rinse/removal
Inner glove wash/rinse
Face piece removal, wash/rinse
Inner glove removal
Field wash (face, hands)
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Personnel assigned to the decontamination process will assist workers and
decontaminate equipment and reusable protective gear.
3.6
An on-site shower f&ility
will be provided whenever necessary.
3.7
During hazardous waste site activities, the site safety officer or the site
supervisor will verify that proper decontamination procedures are being
followed. Verification of decontamination for personal protective equipment
and equipment may be accomplished by direct reading monitoring
instruments and/or visual inspection as it is brought out of the
contamination reduction zone. In some cases wipe samples may be colleeed
to document that the decontamination effort is affective.
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OHM colpdon
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PROCEDURE
NUMBER
1 LAST REVISED
E/92
Page 1 of 5
24
APPROVED
By: JFK/FHH
OBJECTIVE
OHM Remediation
means of protecting
and exiting confined
hazards of con&ed
2,
5PACE IWI’RY
Services Corp. (OHM) shall enforce this procedure as a
the health and safety of workers while entering, working i&.,
spaces. Before enny, the worker wilt be made aware of the
space work and the safe work practices necessary.
PURPOSE
The purpose of this procedure is to establish coniined space entry standards for ail
OHM employees. This procedure meets and exceeds the guidelines in the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) proposed Confined Space
Entry standard 29 CFR 1910.146,
3.
PROCEDURE
3.1
Permiti~
- All permit required confined space” entries will be
proceeded by the completion of a con5.ned space entry per&L The OHM
confined space entry permit follows this procedure.
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Written Rescue Procedure - prior to any con5ned space work, a site
spec5c written rescue plan will be developed that addresses minimum
requirements.
32.1
Rescue
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The equipment required to rescue an unconscious tictim must
be in-place before the first person enters the confined space.
A trained stand-by person will be assigned to each confZned
space with a fully charged SCBA or airline and egress-unit.
The stand-by is to keep life lines clear, to maintain contact
with all workers within the confined space and to summon
help if needed.
The stand-by must never enter the confined space unless
reIieved by rescue assistance.
The stand-by may attempt rescue by lifeline while waiting for
rescue assistance,
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CONFLmD
4.
SPACE EXI’RY
PERMIT
Procedure Number 24
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SYSTEM
All confined space entry permits will address the following:
Hazards-Isolation
Lockout / Tagout
PPE and special equipment
Air monitoring requirements and results of such monitoring
Personal monitoring
Training required
Stand-by persons to be present as alternates
Communication procedures
Emergency / rescue procedures
Cofied
space &ssi&ation
Posting of notification
OHM will train employees involved in con&ed space entry and confined space
rescue on the hazards associated with confined space work This training wi&asa
minimum_ cover the following:
Hazard recognition
Emergency entry and exit
Respirator use
First aid
Lock-out procedures
Safety equipment
Rescue drills
Permit system
Work practices
Communication requirements
7.
7.1
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Initial Mot&o- Entry into a confined space is prohibited until initial
testing of the atmosphere for oxygen content and toxic gas concentration is
conducted from the outside. X&al monitoring gives critical information
concerning oxygen level, flammability and toxiciv hazards.
CONFINED
SPACE ENTRY
Procedure Number 33
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Page 3 of 5
sot Work - AU hot work is prohibited in confined space where monitoring
indicates that there are flammable compounds in excess of 10% of the
Lower Explosive Limit (LEL). The monitoring device will be intrinsicaily
safe for ffammable atmospheres or explosion proof. If hot work must be
performed in the confined space, a hot work permit must be completed.
Cutting gas cylinders and welding machines will not be taken into confined
space.
8.
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mlbration
- AU monitoring equipment wiIl be calibrated before each’use
and those calibrations will be Iogged in the equipment records. The
calibration record will be kept for a minimum of one year Tom the date of
measurement.
7.4
wrenReouirement - The percent oxygen for entry will not be less than
19.5% for confined space entry without supplied air respirators. If
elevated (greater than 22%) oxygen levels are detected, the confined space
must be ventilated prior to any “hot work”. Any oxygen reading above or
below 20.9% wilI be reported to the site safety officer before further entry
is attempted.
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Permissible Exoosure Limits OPEL\ - OHM employees wiU be provided
with and will be required to properly use protectl’ve dothing and
respiratory protective equipment when contaminants in the atmosphere
reach or exceed the PEL The personal protecrive equipment (PPE)
selected will reduce exposure to contaminants to acceptable levels.
IABEIJNG
AND POSTING
8.1
Any signs warning of dangers in the work area will be in English and the
predominant language of any non-English reading workers.
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All entrances to confined spaces at OHM facilities and on-going projects
wilI have appropriate signs posted. ‘The signs shonld include the following,
if applicable:
Danger
Confi.ned Space Entry
Entry by Permit Only
The following statements shall be added where necessary:
Respirator Required for Entry
Lifeline Required for Entry
Hot Work Permitted
No Hi: Work
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SPACE ENTRY
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9.
Procedure Number 24
Page 4 of 5
Emergency numbers wU be conspicuously posted near the work area or at
the telephone nearest the work area
SAFETY
EOUTPMEm
AND pp~
The site safety officer or site supervisor will detemine and List on the confined
space permit the necessary safety equipment and PPE. The site supervisor will
ensure that the safety equipment is properly used and is maintained in the proper
working condition. These items may include, but are not limited to:
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Eye / face protection
Head protection
Foot protection
Protective clothing
Heating protection
Respiratory protection
Safety beils/Akms
Harnesses
Lifelines
Wrist harnesses
Life jackets
Fall nets
Baaicades
Retrieval systems
10.1
Puree and Ventilation - During purge and ventiktion procedures, blower
controls will be a safe distance from the con&red space. Initial test&g is
to be conducted prior to purge/ventilation to determine what precautions
are necessary. If a flammable atmosphere exists, all electrical equipment
must be intrinsically safe or explosion proof. Continnous ventilation will
be required when welding or painting in a confined space, or where a toxic
aaosphere may form from desoqtion from walls, or evaporation of
chemicals. Ventilation systems IIlllst not prevent egress from the area or
interfere with commnnicalions.
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blation
/ L&c-out ! Tag-out - Each confined space will have isolation
procedures specifically deveioped. The con5ned space mzt be completely
isolated from aLI systems by physical disconnect, block and bleed, or
blanking and taggkg. Electrical systems must be de-energized and lockedout All systems should be checked for stored energy before any entry into
confined space is attempted.
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CONFIBED
SPACE ENTRY
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11.
Procedure Number 2.4
Page 5 of 5
Cleaning - Cleaning procedures witI be reviewed and approved by the
qUiZed person. Initial cleaning will be conducted from outside the tank
whenever possible to minim&e exposures to employees. Cleaning may be
accomplished by ffushing with water or chemical cleaners. At times the
use of a “Butterworth” cleaning head may be required. In any case, gross
material must be removed before entry is performed.
EOUTF’MBNT
AND TOOU
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All equipment that is used in confined space will be irlspected and as a minimum,
will meet the following requirements:
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Hand tools wiU be kept ciea.u and in proper working condition.
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Electric tools, equipment and hghtlng will be intrinsicahy safe or explosion
proof for flammabie atmospheres and be equipped with ground fault
circuits interrupters (GFCI).
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Extension cords will be industi
minim-
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cylinders of compressed gas wiU never be taken into a confined space,
with the exception of SCBA tanks or life saving ewpment
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Iadder and scaffoiding will meet or exceed O!ZHA requirements in 29
CFR 191025-2s.
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quality, 3 wire and 12 gauge as a
OHM Corporation
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CONFINED
SPACE ENTRY PERMIT
ProjectNo.
Permit No.
Good on this Date Oaiy.
Fmnt
bC3tiOtC
Dyiption
Workem Authorized
Pa-Eaay
a.m.
P”
To:
of Task
Rmcue PasoaneI
work Aknlitors
to Eater
YEEPRE-lZHTRYBIUEFIT%
Btiefing Caaducttd by: _
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CONRNED SPACE PRFPARATTON
L Is Illutuimtioa Adequate?
2 Must Elccuid
Devices be tatrimically%fe
3. Are Non-Spark& Tools Requited?
4. Ate GFCFr ia Use?
5. ‘Have
km.
Pm-
All
Pwr
Cords
aad
Tools
Beea
or Erpiadon
%uaUy
PrrSf?
Inrpccred?
6. Fm Ectiaguiskr AvailPble at l%nno%
7. Eye Wash/Safety Shower Avaihbk.
8. k Reuue SC&4 Amiiable?
9. Work Arca Js0I8tcd with Sig7S/Bonius?
la An Energy sourca IAldtal/Taggcd Out?
lLAn Input Lines cappcd/Blindcd?
I2 Vessel Coatcnts Draiaed/Fhshcd/Ncu~?
u. vd
aepned/Augui?
14. valtiktion
Rwuided ?a MinlltM Befon mly?
ls.amLm~tiollRtquixemenm
l6. lAwal of Reapiataly Proacdon.
YES
NO
WA
YES
YES
YES
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
NO
VOICE
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WA
WA
N/A
N/A
WA
WA
WA
RADIO
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AW
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LEK
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Rcquimd.
mn4osPi?ERrc
NO
NO
NO
NO
GE
YES
YES
YES
17.TypeofcYlemicalPrPteceiKaothingR4-
X3. Type of Giuvc MaMai
YES
YES
YES
YES
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ACID
TESIWG
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L TesttichqgalGmant
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Tat
for
Fhmmblc
Conantratioaz
3. Test for Toxic Conccotntiooz
No
NONOPhone No.
NO
NONOCOMXOL
COmROL
CONTROL
amrR0L
NO
NONONO$UBC0NTRACTOR
HOflIFICATION
Contractor Notified of? Permit Conditions
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Potential Hmards
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HEALTH
8~ SAFETY PROCEDURES
LOCKOUTfFAGOUT
PROCEDURE NUMBER 27
LAST REVISED l2/92
II
1.
Pagelof3
APPROVED By: JFK/F’HH
OBJECIWE
This procedure shall be used by OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM)
personnel to ensure that the machine or equipment being worked on is isolated
from ah potential hazardous energy sources, and locked out or tagged out before an’
employee performs any servicing or maintenance activity where that unexpected
energization, start-up or release of energy could cause an injury. Energy sources
can be electrical, mechanicaI, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal, or other
energy.
2.
PURPOSE
This procedure establishes the minimum safety requirements to ensure the proper
deactivation of movable, electrically energized, pressurized equipment and systems,
and systems containing hazardous materials prior to repairing, cleaning, oiling,
adjusting, or similar work This procedure complies with the requirements in
29 CJX 1910.147.
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3.
RE0UIREMBN-Q
This procedure applies to all equipment that receives energy from elec&al power,
hydraulic fluid under pressure, compressed air, steam energy stored in springs,
potential energy from suspended parts, or any other source that may cause
unexpected movement when it is necessary to perform work on that system. It alsO
applies to similar functions performed on systems containing hazardous materials.
4.1
Lockout - The placement of a lockout device on an energy isolating device, in
accordance with this procedure, ensuring that the enerR isolating device and
the equipment being controlled cannot be operated until the lockout device is
removed. The lockout device can be key operated or a combination device.
4.2
Tagout - The placement of a tagout device on an energy isolating device, in
accordance with this procedure, to indicate that the energy isolating device
and the equipment being controlled may not be operated until the tagout
device is removed by the authorized person who originaUy placed the tagout
device in position
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Authorized employee. A person who locks or implements a tagout system
procedure on machines or equipment to perform the servicing or
maintenance on that machine or equipment.
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Prior to initiating any repairs, modifications and/or adjustments to operating
equipment, these steps will be followed.
5.1
The immediate supervisor with jurisdiction over the equipment and aU
affected employees will be notified that the energy sources are to be
deactivated.
52
AU sources of power that must be locked out, blocked or released will be
identified by the immediate Supervisor and the employee who will work on
the equipment.
53
In order to ensure that the equipment cannot be re-energized while
maintenance activities are performed, the employee will lockout / blank out
ah potential energy sources. (The employees wiI.l be assigned padlocks with
their names or identification numbers aExed to the locks. The locks will be
individually keyed to prevent another employee from removing the lock
inadvertently.) If more than one employee is assigned to work on the
equipment, a multi-lockout hasp will be used so that all employees working
on the equipment can apply their locks and ensure their safety.
5.4
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A tagout device will be affbred to all components or systems de-energized to
indicate that lockout has been performed.
Prior to performing any work activities, the employee will operate the start
md stop contra on the equipment to ensure that the equipment has been
properly deactivated After the test, the equipment must be in neutral or o&
5.5
After the servicing and/or maintenance is complete and the equipment is
ready for normal operations, check the area around the machine or
equipment. After all tools have been removed from the machine or
equipment, guards have been reinstalled, remove all lockout or tagout
devices. Operate the energy isohxting devices to restore energy to the
machine or equipment.
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IIProcedure Number 27
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SPECIAL CONDI’TTONS
During certain operations it may be necessary to energize the equipment for a short
period of time. Employees in the immediate area wilI be notified and directed to
stay clear of the equipment. If the operation is to be deactivated again, the
employee should repeat steps 53 to 5.6 of this procedure before work resumes.
In some instances work will carry over to another shift The maintenance
supervisor shah affix a department lock to the equipment to ensure that it is not
energized during the transition During subsequent slight operations, employees
will ensure that steps 5.2 to 5.6 are complete before work resumes on the
equipment.
If the work is completed and a lock remains on the equipment, it shall not be
removed until the employee responsiiie for the lock is found or the supervisor of
the employee investigates and ascertains that the equipment is safe to operate.
Unauthorized removal of a lock wiI.l subject the violator to disciplinary action up to
diSIliSSd.
7.
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Initial and annuaI [email protected] will be given to all employees to ensure that the purpose
and function of this energy and control program are understood.
8.
Corporate health and safety will conduct an annual audit of the energy control
program to ensure that the requirements of their procedures are being followed. A
record of annual audits will be kept to comply with the certification requirement of
periodic inspections.
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HEALTH
& SAFETY PRoCEDUREs
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HIGH PRESSURE WASHERS
PROCEDURE
NUMBER
30
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OEM Re=nediation Se,Yices Corp. (OkB personnel who have been trai&
in the
proper set-up, use, and cue of high pressure was&s will be anthotid
to operate
this [email protected]
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mRPOSE
This procedure describes requirements for the safe operation of the high-pressure
washer.
3.
PEiRSONAL
lkc
PROMO
E0m.m
foilowing equipment will be worn by operators and assistapts=
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Safety shoes or boots
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Mctalfootd~gnards
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Eye protecdon (goggles and fice shield)
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Grdhat
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Ecay
chemicakesistmt
Tlxe operator mzst maimin
gloves
good footing.
T3e operator rmst have an assistanttoaidinnmingthehosctodifferentarcas
and backing up the operator. The assismntmstremininbackoftfie
opemor.
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Non-qmators
must remain a saf: dis-zzce from the ope,aror. Tne distance
must be a minimum
‘Ibe ope,a&g
the job.
of 25 fez
pressure should never exc:ed *&ax which is necessary to complete
No unauthorized anachmem may be made to the unk
never be tied dowe)
Tile ope,aror should be clunged at hquex
houriy).
(The trigger should
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inrervals to avoid fbige
(at least
Equipem
should be cleaned often to avoid oil or din build-u?, especially
around the uigger and guard area
An assisant should always be standing by at the pressure generator to shut
down the equipment and monitor the pressure.
AU users mxsz be trained i;n emergency sk
equipment m
down procedures and general
AZ lames mast be made of seamiess mess
nccC Do not use carbon stcd
which BP conode azzd rcsdt in wake&g
of tie lanct,
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Always increase pressure slowly to kspea for leak AU leaks or m&mctioning
eqaipment mrut be repaired immedizefy or the tit takez out-of-serke.
Never exc++d the opera&g prcssnrt necessary to do the job.
~acabIew~~mnne*rhe-srmpiyhoscto~eIasuwandm
prtvent dipping
should they tidentaily
&sconnec~
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A serious risk of Section and fxrtber complications is possibie &om a
hydrobltig
laceratio= If an injection injury is sqected, tie ttezting
physician should be informed so he/she can rqcst
a surgeon who speck&s
injedoo injuries. The specialist may have to perform surgery on ttrc afkted
body pm in order to remove the material (oil, par&its) that was injected
CErectIy through the skin
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& SAFETY PROCEDURES
CRANES AND HOISTING
OHM carpolation
PROCEDURE NUMBER 31
II
II
1 LAST REVISED l2/92
1.
Page 1 of 8 ,
APPROVED By: JFK/FHH
II
OBJEClWE
All lifting activities performed by OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM) +
personnel using cranes and hoists shah comply with all federal, state, and local
laws as well as safe practices dictated by this procedure and the crane and/or hoist
manufacturers.
2.
PURPOSE
This procedure describes requirements for maintenance and operation of hoisting
equipment. This procedure is an overview of the guidelines of 29 CPR 1910.179,
1910.180 and 29 CF’R 1926.550 which should be used as a reference.
3.
REOUIREMENTS
3.1
OHM will only use cranes and other hoisting equipment that are in safe
working order. AU crane equipment at OHM facilities and project sites
will be inspected for structural integrity, smooth operational performance,
and proper functioning of all critical safety devices in accordance with the
crane manufacturer’s specifications. This inspection will be performed by
the OHM site supervisor and/or site safety officer (SSO), and the crane
operator. Inspection requirements for overhead cranes are found in 29
CPR 1910.179 (j) and for mobile cranes in 29 CPR 1926.550 (a).
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All equipment not conforming to the operational and safety requirements
set forth will not be put into service until all necessary repairs are made to
the satisfaction of the inspection group.
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Only qualified crane operators fam%ar with the equipment will be
permitted to operate the crane. Subcontractors will supply proof 0s
operator capability and experience to operate the crane in a safe manner.
OHM reserves the right to remove from the work site any crane operator
if there is question or doubt concerning the operator’s capabilities.
3.4
Inspection of cranes and hoists will be recorded. A written record of the
inspe&on wiIl be maintained and kept for at least three years.
CRANES AN-D HOISTING
Procedure Number 31
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The crane operator will not operate the crane or hoist until everyone
concerned has been instructed concerning the work to be done.
3.6
Weights of material sent to all OHM facilities shall be stenciled on the
material.
3.7
All hooks, slings, and other fittings shall be of correct size for the work to
be done and shall have strength sufficient to safely sustain the loads ’
imposed on them.
3.8
Employees shall not stand or walk beneath crane booms.
3.9
In the event of emergency repair work of hoisting equipment with a
suspended load, the area below the load shall be barricaded and the load
blocked up or otherwise supported.
3.10
Employees are not to ride loads, hooks, headache balls, or slings
suspended from hoisting equipment.
3.11
Side pulls shall be avoided in all cases. The load must be directly under
the hoist.
3.12
The safety latch on the main hook of hoisting equipment must be installed
and in a “closed” position
3.13
Use of deformed or defective hooks, rings, pins, shackles, or other lifting
attachments is prohibited. Wire rope shah be free of kinks, sharp bends,
or twists.
3.14
Crane operations must not interfere with helicopter operations or
helicopter operations must be restricted accordingly.
3.15
The crane operator shall refuse to perform any crane operation, if an
unsafe condition would result.
3.16
Stringing and reeving shall be in accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations.
3.17
All personnel working in and around the crane operation shall wear hard
hats, safety shoes, and safety gloves at all times.
CRANES AND HOISTING
Procedure Number 31
Page 5 of 8
5.6.6
Shutdown crane during nearby helicopter operations (boom in
cradle or pointed away from landing area).
56.7
Know the weight of the load to be lifted prior to lifting.
56.8
Weight indicators or scales shall be used to determine true load
weight if the estimated weight is in excessof 75 percent of the
,
cranes rated capacity.
5.6.9
Not use cranes for dragging a load unless rigged for a vertical
pull and equipped with a weight indicator.
56.10
Ensure that three full wraps of wire rope remain on the hoisting
drum unless otherwise specified by the crane manufacturer.
5.6.11
Stop or restrict crane operations during bad weather or poor
visibility.
5.6.12
Not refuel the crane with the engine running.
5.6.13
Ensure the crane has a boom angle indicator which is functional
and visible from the operator control station.
5.6.14
Ensure the proper load chart is posted and visible from de
operator control station.
5.6.15
Ensure each crane has posted operating instructions.
5.6.16
Ensure crane load weight indicators are functional and
calibrated in accordance with the manufacturer’s
recommendations.
5.6.17
Ensure an operable anti-two blocking device is installed on all
cranes.
5.6.18
Ensure crane cab is kept clean.
5.6.19
Ensure slipping and tripping hazards are removed from work
area
CRANES AND HOISTING
Procedure Number 31
Page 6 of 8
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RIGGING
PRACI’ICES
The Rigger shall:
7.
6.1
Stay from under the boom/load when there is tension on the load line and
when there is no tension on the load line except for the mininun time
necessary to hook/unhook the load.
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6.2
Stop a load from being lifted when it is unsafe.
6.3
Wear leader or other hard surface gloves when handling wire rope.
6.4
Ensure safety latches are closed, shackle pins are screwed all the way in,
and hooks without latches are secured.
6.5
Ensure sling angles are not less than 30 degrees from the horizontal.
RIGGING
PRACIICES~EOUIPMENT
7.1
Multiple part lines shall not be twisted while lifting/lowering.
7.2
Shackles shall be used with all pad eyes.
7.3
Fiber rope or “soft line” shall be used only for tag lines.
7.4
Wire rope clips shall be placed with the U-bolts on the short end of the
rope.
7.5
When less than all legs of a multi-legged sling are used, the other leg(s)
must be secured before lifting.
7.6
Chain slings shall not be used unless the have an identification
rated capacity and identification number.
7.7
All slings shall be immediately inspected if subjected to shock or impact
loading.
7.8
Slings shall be used according to mamA&urer
stored when not in use.
tag with the
specijications and properly
IICRANES
AND HOISTING
II Procedure Number 31
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LBT STRATEGY PLAN
In order to add:zss different types of lifts, a lift strategy plan has been established
by OHM. Under this plan, OHM will use the crane’s load capacity and specific
rigging requirements to classify the lift. Under these guidelines various lift
strategies will be followed.
8.1
General Lifts - General lifts are small scale hoisting activities which I
require daily rigging inspection. To distinguish what items are considered
general lifts, the load capacity chart of the specific crane in use will be the
criteria. General lifts for this plan are those lifts that do not exceed the
crane’s load capacity rating in its least stable, but safe operating position.
a.2
Major IZts - Major lifts are lifts that require the attention of the OHM
Site Safety Officer (SSO) or his designated representative to review the lift
and rigging operations during the actual lift. Major lifts are those that are
less than 75 percent of the crane’s upper load rating on the load capacity
chart. Major lifts may also include those lifts with unusual con6gurations
that require special attention in rigging.
8.3
Critical Lifts - Critical lifts are those lifts which exceed 75 percent of the
crane’s load capacity rating. Critical lifts will not be enacted until an
overall lift review detailing all weight calculations and lift strategy has
been held.
Direct supervisory and safety supervision by OHM will be mandatory for
all major and critical lifts.
9.
OTHER CRANE SAFETYEOUIPMENT
9.1
A 5 pound AzB:C dry chemical or equivalent fire extinguisher shall be
within the area of the crane cab.
9.2
Cranes without cabs shall have the fire extinguisher located within 25 feet
of the crane.
9.3
All equipment and material hoists operating on rails, tracks, or trolleys
shall have positive stop or limiting devices to prevent overrunning.
10.
Cranes shall be operated only by the following personnel:
10.1
Crane operators qualified or designated by documented training and
experience.
CRANES AND HOISTING
11.
Procedure Number 31
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10.2
Trainee crane operator while under the direct supervision of an OHM
qualified crane operator.
10.3
Maintenance personnel and inspectors when it is necessary in the
performance of their duties.
10.4
Contract crane operators meeting operator qualification requirements
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equivalent to OHM crane operator requirements.
OUALJFICATIONS
11.1
FOR CRANE OPERATOR
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POSITIONS
Phvsical Requirements:
11.1.1
Vision:
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Satisfactory depth perception.
Hearing:
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Minimum vision of 20/30 in one eye and 20/50 in the other
eye with or without eye correction.
Have hearing, with or without a hearing aid, adequate for
the specific operation
Medical History:
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disqualificatioll.
Employee shall [email protected] their supervisor of any physical
condition that may affect safe crane operations.
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LIFTING
PROCEDURE
LAST REVISED
1,
NUMBER
n/92
SAFETY
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APPROVED
Pace 1 of 2
BY: JFK/FHH
OBJECTTVE
All OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM) employees will use the proper Ming
techniques and All utilize mechanical means when an objects’ weight or bulk
cannot be safely lifted by manual means.
2.
PlJRPOSE
This procedure provides the proper lifting technique to be used by OHM
employees. By utilizing proper technique, OHM employees can avoid debilitating
lower back injuries.
3.
REOUIREMENTS
3.1
Use mechanical material handling equipment whenever practical; however,
mechanical lifting equipment shall be used only by qualified personneL
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If the material must be lifted mzumally, the following procedures apply:
32.1
Make certain that the load lifted can be safely handled. Consider
the size, weight, and shape of the looad. If necessary, get help.
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Warm up for the lift by bending, stretching, and turning.
3.23
Do not attempt to lift more than 60 pounds.
32.4
Ensure proper lifdng technique as follows.
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Place feet about shoulder width apart.
Place one foot alongside the object being lifted and the &her
foot in front of the object.
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Bend at the knees to grasp the load.
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Maintain slight arch in the back when positioning over load.
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Draw the load close to the body, keeping the arms and elbows
tucked into the side of the body.
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LIFIXNG
SAFETY
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Take a firm hold on the load with the palms of the hands, not
just the fingers.
Maintain same slight arch in the back
Lift gradually, using your leg muscles. Make sure you draw the
load dose to your body.
Do not twist the body when lifting. If you have to change
direction, turn with your feet, not your trunk
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Carry the object close to the body and watch where you are
going. Do not carry objects in a manner that obstructs your
vision.
Avoid throwing or dropping objects. When lowering, maintain a
firm grip. Watch out for pinching of the tigers. Use your leg
muscles to lower the object. by bending at the lcnees and keeping
your back straight.
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HEALTH
& SAFETY PROCEDURES
SLIP, TRIP, AND FALL PREVENTION
PROCEDURE
LAST REVISED
1.
NUMBER
12192
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APPROVED By: JFK/FHH
OBJEcT’IVE
All OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM) employees and contractors shall,
attempt to identify and eliminate situations where injuries or “near misses” could
occur from slip, trip, or f&U hazards.
2.
PURPOSE
This procedure describes work practices that will reduce or eliminate slips, trips,
and falls and thereby reduce or prevent the injuries associated with these types of
accidents. The intent is to prevent injuries and maintain an efficient and healthy
workforce.
3.
REOUIREMENTS
3.1
Personnel shall keep the working area clean and orderly. Tools must not be
left lying on the floor or decking where they present tripping hazards during
a job or after a job is completed.
3.2
Small, loose items such as, disconnected joints of pipe, wood chips, other
small objects and debris shall not be left lying around in any place,
particularly in areas where personnel waIk
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Walkways and grating shall be kept in good condition. Openings in
waIkways shall be repaired immediately, if possible.. If not immediately
repaired, the section must be roped off or closed until repairs can be made.
3.4
Holes in gratings shall be covered or surrounded by an adequate guard rail.
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Oil spills and slippery spots shall be cleaned up immediately.
3.6
Extra precautions must be taken when walking on steel decking or catwalks
,
during wet weather.
3.7
Personnel shall not take dangerous shortcuts. They shall avoid jumping
from elevated places.
3.8
Personnel must always position themselves properly when using tools.
3.9
Personnel shall not walk or climb on piping, valves, fittings or any other
equipment not designed as walking surfaces.
3.10
Stainvays, walkovers or ramps shall be installed where personnel must walk
or step over equipment in the course of their normal duties.
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HEALTH
& SAFETY PROCEDURES
EQUIPMENT
AND HAND TOOLS
PROCEDURE
NUMBER
LAST REVISED
1.
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APPROVED
By: JFK/FHH
OBJECTIVE
All OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM) equipment and hand tools used at
OHM facilities and project sites will be in good operating condition with all cords
and safety guards in place.
2.
PURPOSE
The purpose of this procedure is to describe the basic guidelines for the safe
operation of hand and power tools used in OHM shops and project sites. This
procedure is an overview of 29 CPR 1910.242 and 243.
3.
REOUIREMENTS
3.1
All hand tools and power tools shah be in good repair and will be used only
for the task for which they were designed.
3.2
Any tool that is damaged or defective will be tagged “out-of .setice” and
will be repaired or destroyed.
3.3
Surfaces and handles shall be kept clean and free of excess oil to prevent
slipping.
3.4
Sharp tools shah not be carried in pockets.
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Upon completion of a job, tools will be cleaned and returned to the tool
box or storage area.
3.6
Wrenches shah have a good bite before pressure is applied. Brace yourself
by placing your body in the proper position so that in case the tool slips you
will not fall. Make sure hands and fingers have sufficient clearance in the
event the tool slips. Always pull on a wrench, never push.
3.7
When working with tools overhead, the tools will be placed in a holding
receptacle or secured when not in use.
3.8
Throwing tools from place to place, from person to person, or dropping
them from heights is not permitted.
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Procedure Number 41
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3.9
Only non-sparking tools will be used in atmospheres which exhibit fire or
explosive characteristics.
3.10
All tools should be inspected prior to start-up or use to identify any defects.
3.11
Powered hand tools should not be capable of being locked in the “on”
position.
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Power nailing or stapling tools must only be capable of activation when in
contact with the work surface. All such power devices must have a safety
interlock.
3.13
Loose clothing, long hair, loose jewelry, rings and chains will not be worn
while working with power tools.
3.14
Cheater pipes will not be used.
3.15.
In applications where injury to the operator might result if motors where to
restart after power failure, provisions shah be made to prevent machines
from automatically restarting upon restoration of power.
GRINDING
TOOLS
4.1
The work rest for a grinder should be no more than l/8 inch from the
wheel and the tongue guard no more than l/4 inch from the wheel.
Frequent inspections are necessary to insure proper distances are
maintained.
4.2
Work or tool rests should not be adjusted while the grinding wheel is
moving.
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Inspect the grinding wheel for cracks, chips or defects. Remove the wheel
from service if any defects are found.
4.4
Goggles shall always be worn when grinding and a transparent full face
shield may be worn in conjunction with the goggles.
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The side of a grinding wheel shah never be used unless the wheel is
designed for side grinding.
4.6
Grinding wheels are rated for specific speeds. Rating should be checked
when installing a new wheel.
4.7
Grinding atuminum is prohibited.
EOUIPMENT
5.
6.
7.
AND HAND TOOLS
Procedure Number 41
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BOWER SAWS
5.1
Circular xws will be fitted with blade guards.
5.2
Damaged, bent or cracked saw blades will be immediately removed from
service and destroyed.
5.3
Hand fed table saws will be fitted with a splitter to prevent the work f?um
squeezing the blade and kicking back on the operator.
5.4
Hand held circular saws will be equipped with a lower guard which covers
the blade to the depth of the teeth. The guard should freely return to the
fully closed position when withdrawn from the work surface.
WOOD WORKING
MACHINERY
6.1
Dust, chips and shavings are to be removed from the machines by brush or
vacuum only. Do not use compressed air.
6.2
The on-off switch must be located to prevent accidental start up. The
operator should be able to shut off the machine without leaving the work
station.
6.3
Planers and joiners shall be guarded to prevent contact with the blades.
6.4
A push stick will be used when the cutting operation requires the hands of
the operator to come close to the blade. Also, small pieces will require the
use of a push stick
6.5
Saw blades will be adjusted so that the blade only clears the top of the cut.
‘Ihe blade should never extend more than one-eighth of an inch above the
top of the cut.
6.6
Automatic
PNEUMATIC
7.1
feed devices should bl used whenever feasible.
TOOLS AND EOUIP~~
Tool retainers will be installed and remain in operation on pneumatic
impact tools to prevent the tool from being ejected from the barrel during
use.
7.2
Safety lashing or tie wire will be used to secure connections between
tool/hose/compressor if they are of the quick connection (Chicago fittings)
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Procedure Number 41
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7.3
Hose should not be laid in walkways, on ladder or in any manner that
presents a tripping hazard.
7.4
Compressed air should never be used to blow dirt from hands, face or
clothing.
7.5
Compressed air should be reduced to less than 30 psi and be exhausted
through a chip guarded nozzle if it is to be used for cleaning purposes. ,
Proper respiratory, hand, eye and ear protection must be worn.
7.6
Never raise or lower a tool by the air hose.
EXPLOSIVE-ACIVATED
FASTENER TOO=
8.1
Explosive-actuated tools must comply with the requirements of the
American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standard A 10.3 - 1970.
8.2
Explosive-actuated tools will be operated, repaired, serviced and handled
only by individuals that have beeti trained by a manufacturer’s
representative and possessthe proper license.
8.3
An explosive-actuated tool should never be used in a flammable or
explosive atmosphere.
8.4
The operator must wear goggles or a full face shield as well as safety
81asses.
8.5
All explosive-actuated tools must not be able to be fired unless the tool is
pressed against the work surface with a force of at least 5 lb. greater than
the weight of the tool.
8.6
The tool must not be able to fire if the tool is dropped when loaded.
8.7
Firing the tool should require two separate operations, with the fking
movement being separate from the motion of bringing the tool to the firing
position.
8.8
Never fire into soft substrate where there is potential for the fastener to
penetrate and pass through, creating a flying projectile hazard
8.9
Do not use explosive-actuated fasteners in reinforced concrete if there is the
possibility of striking the re-bar. Nor should the tool be used on cast iron,
glazed tile, surface hardened steel, glass block, live rock or face brick.
8.10
9.
Procedure Number 41
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EQUIPMENT
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An explosive-actuated tool should be loaded only prior to the intended
firing moment. Never load and leave .an explosive-actuated tool unattended.
SAWS
9.1
Inspect the saw prior to each use and periodically during daily use.
9.2
A chain saw must be operated with both hands at all times.
9.3
Never cut above chest height.
9.4
A saw chain should not move when the saw is in the idle mode.
9.5
Before a cut is initiated, the operator must first clear an escape path and
have firm footing.
9.6
The saw must be shut off when carrying through brush and slippery surfaces.
The saw may be carried while idling no more than 50 feet.
9.7
The operator of the saw must don all the applicable protective gear. This
may include, but is not limited to, loggers safety hat, safety glasses, steeltoed boots, protective leggings, and hearing protection.
9.8
Saws should be fitted with an inertia break and hand guard.
10. HAND
OPERATED
PRESSURE
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EOUB’MENT
10.1
Pressure equipment such as grease guns, paint and garden sprayers shall be
directed away from the body and other persomrel in the area. The person
operating any equipment such as this, which has a potential for eye injury,
must wear protective goggles.
10.2
The noise produced when using certain types of pressure equipment may
require the use of hearing protection.
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Never allow the nozzle of a pressurized tool to come in contact with any
body parts while operating. There is potential for injection of a chemical
directly into the users body, resulting in severe injury or death.
10.4
Each operation must be evaluated for the need for respirator use.
EIEALTEI & SAFETY PROCEDURES
vEHxcLEsAFmY
PROcEmxE
NDMBER
LAST REVISED
E/92
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APPROVED
BY: JFIL/FBB
OEm Rcmediation Semiccs Corp. (OHM) is greatly concc.zcd about safe
operarion of motor ve5ck
Moror v&ick usage prcsezs rht most sirm;i;cant &rk
risk to -aphyces.
Unixtd Starrc De?arr;crar of Labor sz&.sks indicart &a~ mgror
vehidt dear& and injuries con&mc to be *he nnmbcr one cmse of work-r&cd
d&
and seziou injury. Actordin&,
ir is essekal tbar OHM have an eE&ve
vchicit safety pro-
This setrion tsabiishes requiremezxs for safe ope.znion of vehicles and [email protected]
This proctdur: is axeovcrrcw of the ,tid:Zxs
in the proposed OSIX.4 Motor
V&idc Safety S&d
29 GX 1910.140.
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3.1
The drkr
the v&i&
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of a Compaq
or Icased v&de
is responsible for:
in a safe and Itgal mzmcr.
Repotig
Immcdiare!y aq motor ve5icIe ttrar is found to be d&&e
not ope,ziq
properly.
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The regional hcalti and safe7 managcz or kc safety oaccz (SSO) is
rcspokble
for the foilo&ng
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rqoro arc procc~~ed and the rquired
mmbcr of copics submined to lo& srarc, and fcderat agexks, to the
resource manager
and to tie
Assurrg
that
appmpriaxe
indiviu
in-
the
corporate
vice
prtsidtzz of hcaiti and s&y art nodi?cd by teie?honc of accidcms tfiat
imoh
fafdkics or muEpIc se&us injtuk
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Assuring that aU accidezxs are doczmezcd and inves&gttd.
Tkc
invetigasion should be of suE&z
dep& to dc**mine tit UISC azd
scion rcqkrcd to preve=rr rcmrrcpc:.
Copies of aU naror ve5ck
imcsxi~arions shalI be formrdtd KOthe rqioozl resourc: nanagez
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that dtx.kg tie reletian process for leased or purckcd
vetides, catiderrtian
is given to obtaining vehkks -<-A esse3dzr stiery
devices. Such
deviczs in&de, an&Iockkg brakes, air bq boti Zoq
and rear seat shoulder bz~esscs,. and alI S~YOU aacrion
ties. Each
mafor veti&
mus be e+pped with s&cry I&x. Shauld-,t sa.f:ty belts
mcsx nar be ar&ed
to doon.
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OSE4 has derc,xuined that the we of seat belts in motor vehidts czn [email protected]
reduc: the number and seriousness of occqationaI mator vehicle accidems,
inchding Ues,
by rec_miring empiayers to em-ure &at each empioyet uses
occupant safety belts. Accordingly, all OHM empiayets d&kg motor vehicks on
company busbss (kduci;ae r:xal m pick-up mzck3, pez5onal ve2idr which art
used fix campany campusaxed busizss travef etc) shaII emart t2a1 all ocmpams
use seat belts at all times.
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A-!-! LOCAJ. L4WS
Al tkim3
shall drive OHM xhides
in amrdancs
tith
the law.
Drivers shaU not ope,axe OEBf vehides wbicfi are Ecllowa ta be dcf:,cive or
not in coxrrplianc: -dh the law.
Drivers of OEM vekicks ar: pezsonaRy liable and [email protected]
canscquemes of scc and cammmiv vioiations.
for -&:
The use of devices desiged to idash poiicz .spe:d dczion
sysrcz
(it. radar derccors) is prohibited in ail OEM owned, 1cYed and rexcd
vehicks and in persanal. ve2ides nsed for company cornpezsatcd buskcs
cavci,
6.
$4FE DRWT?JG PR4CTlCES
6.1
Pezsonnel shall operate ve2iides in a defetie
manner, it, being always OP
the ah and qing to anricipare w’nax:xui# ocmr under the &s&g
conditions and dkkg in suc5 a mame: as to avoid hazards.
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Pczsonnel opem&g vetides shall be utidesxe
05 and courizols to, the
to avoid
uavdiq public and/or pedeszia
and shotdd yield the @m%vay
tidcan.
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Pssonne! &ail drive ax spe:ds cmsk~
wirh posttd spe:d linin azd
prevaiEq cnnciirions, suck as weatk, dc
aild road conciirions.
6.4
Pezsomef shail d&e az all ties tizh sufCe=rr space around the vebiid: to
protide dnc to se: confks aGq, to ::a~ quickly, and to sop. The 5;~
kqs to dcksive dMng will help [email protected]
a good spats czshio~.
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high
in
r,e:rkq
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Makemrttheysetyon,
7s
Emi
7.1
D&er’s
youi
*vourseif
eyes
moving.
an
out
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Curves - Sbw down and smmd hon when approacl~&
a blind me.
Lirlllre - Oue.r&on of a v&k!: wixhotn a valid o~:.zor’s Iicxse
Pe.zsonne~ ope,zzing v&i&s regnfastd by tilt ‘I;rairtd Staus
Deprxm
of Trznqormion
(DOT) shall hape a UIXK
mmmkai
diims Iiczse (CDL).
_orohibiud.
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School Buses - Obey school bus km. Slow down and prqart
approackg s&ooi busy chikht;? on foot or op bicyds
to sap wh:=r
7.4
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Gasolla: - Gzsohe and orher fimnabIe/ambusCbbuscibfe Iiquids shall il~t be
unicd fn or on veticks other -&an in peznanur gas tanks or in aped
safety cans. moved
s;ffery comahes EIIS be [email protected] sewed whu
b&q cmied in the back of pick-q mcks.
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Laws azd [email protected] - Leax~ and
obey
alI lad,
start, and f:dezaI Iax
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7.8
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slow Down - Siow dowrt and use czmio~? ar blirid inr:zsekooz asd tossings
w&n visibility is Limirrd or w&r: pass’Lz,awork c:ws.
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is probibircd in aII OHM owned, leased or renzcd
7.11 Smohg - Snow
vehicies.
7.10
7.12
Spe+cikg - S_oetding is suiciiy proi5oittb
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‘IhAs
Up - Kcq tkmnbs up when cika
wtikd wixb thnmbs inside the qokzs.
7.14 Viiiim
Ii$xs &
Do not gr+
the nce&g
- Make sure all tidshieids,
side and rear windows, mirrors and
clean before moeng vehides.
7.15 Wamizg Sip
and TraZEc Sipab - Be zfm for and .micdy obey all
dircc5onal and wamjq+and+.
7.x
Seat Belts - If ;mir is equiwed wkb seaz belts, ape-ator and passezqers mnst
ke:p sea b&s famzed at ail tines durkg operrom.
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Air Ease and C&d&s
- Periociidy
ckcck air hoses and cou#ngs and
ammzssor hoses &r worn or damped pans. Do aox c&2 air hose to
&&:a
coupiings; shnz off air ax the valve
a-3
Be
Up - Never siar or back q quigmem or ~&icies anvil you are sure
the aav is ckac If necessaq, have another person @de yen s&y.
Back ug
da&
when required, rrmst be wora
and aadi’bh
OVG’ tit
summnd%g
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a-4 Ear Frotetion
- Ear plugs or otbcr qpmved ear pmtecdoa shail be woxz
whu necessary. Use or’ ear plugs in can or uncks on -public hi&Rays my
be aga;rrn local laws.
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Fueiiq and Repair - No f~~tiiq or iZ?air .k.Ubt
madt i0 C*?mZXWM~
it is in opezador~ Tat motor s&U be ruzr:d oGI and rhc buckq biade, gart
or boon shall be lower:“, to -&t gromd or biock.
a.6 Iiousekeqing
- Opezsors shouid ke:p [email protected], rccps, -xq and hand &
on equipment iict of grease, oil, ice, and mud. Tne i&de of the cabs shall
a!so be ktpt &an and &:: of Wit
irczs.
a.7 hspetions
- Equipment and vchiides shall not be used u&l known defecrs
or discq~ancies are corrtcud
Insptcrions shaU be ruadc as the sra.~ of cac2
shift and defcczs or disccpaz&s
&ail be rcporttd to &t supervisor
inmCtiSCly.
as
Jbmpbg - Jumpa on or 0Z tquipmc;lr is pmhiiiired
W&z ciimbiq on or
05 equipmut or vehicies, fat: the Unix and use seure hznd and foot hoids
to prevexs tips and kiis. Aiways ,Jook where you are sze~iq
a2
Kimw your Eqt$xnen~ or Ve5icIe - It is your respons’oiliry u) be &[email protected]
~wi~aIl&nmrcsand~andi?yonartindonbtastocor:cr
.ophg
techni~es or szfery feazurts, ask yuur sup&or
as once
a.10
as2 Powe: ti
- Whez ape-x&g ncIa, cazcJ1 shove5 or otier urdn, always
use cantion around power lines and &zain
a mirrimurn safe cfcarancz of 10
fm or more depuzdiq upon the voltage.
a.12 Riders - Only au&or&d
persons will be petixzed
to ride in equipnear or
V&&S.
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Sewa
Loads - l3e operator of tie vebicie is responsibie for :[email protected]
their load is scare and dl not s&fr ciuriq uanspoh
a.14 Lang Eds
dudq
&ax
- On long hxuls, bindczs should be decked periodically (at Icasc
each rest or se.xIVir’ sz~p) to &ce sure they are still seczr:: and [email protected]~
red
Safq
Hooks - Gse tisy
hooks wixlz iarcks
on all winck cxk
cables. ,
Side Roads and Raiiroad Tracks - Srop aad look both ways Sore crossiq
railroad tracks or beforc driving on10 a [email protected] from a sici: mad.
Stouuing - Do not sop V&~&S in the middle or’ tie road to -c&z to occqm~~
in gother vchick Always pull to he side or oE the road to mintak a
dear, safe road.
820
lftikuae
- It is the drixr’s rcspor&iiiq
to se: -kax kis v&icic
a2?f V&id:
tzondkn before and a
option.
Special
is in good metid
cmhsis
should be piaczd on usring il~c b&s,
Iiefitt- her, winds&id
v&r,
tires and stet5ng asscznb~y arc in sood order. Dcfecs mxst be
rtz$on:d and conteed imsdia~fy.
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HEALTH
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EQUIPMENT
INSPECI’ION
PROCEDURE
NUMBER
LAST REVISED
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APPROVED BY: JFK/FHH
OBJECIIYB
OHM Remediation Services Corp. (OHM) will inspect all equipment before use to
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ensure that it is proper working order and free from aLI safety deficiencies.
2.
PURPOSE
The procedure provides for the systematic inspection of tools and equipment
thereby ensuring periodic maintenance and if necessary, the removal from service
units which are found to be defective. OHM shall maintain a comprehensive
equipment inspection plan that meets the requirements for portable tools and heavy
equipment as found in 29 CFR 1926, Subpart I (1926.300 -305) and 29 CFR 1910,
Subpart P (1910.241--247) and 29 CFR 1926, Subpart 0.
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PORTABLE TOOL REOUTREMENTS
3.1
AU hand and power tools used at OHM facilities or project sites, whether
furnished by OHM or the employee, shall be maintained in a safe condition.
Each OHM supervisor is responsible for periodically inspecting alI tools in
the work area.
3.2
All tools shah be used in strict compliance with the manufacturer’s
instructions and only for the use intended.
3.3
Power tools shall be equipped and used with guards in place.
3.4
Any tools having reciprocating, rotating, or moving parts shall be guarded.
3.5
OHM supervisors sha.U ensure that unsafe hand tools are removed from
service. Unsafe tools include, but are not limited to:
Wrenches, with jaws sprung which slip when used.
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Impact tools (hammers, drift pins, wedges, chisels) with mushroomed
heads.
Wooden handles which are cracked, splintered, duct taped, and/or loose
on the tool.
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Procedure Number 51
INSPECTION
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3.6
Electric power operated tools shall be approved double insulated, or
grounded. Electric cords shall not be used for hoisting or lowering electric
tools.
3.7
Pneumatic power tools shall be secured to the hose by a positive means to
prevent accidental disconnection. Pneumatic hoses shah not be used for
hoisting or lowering tools.
3.8
Fuel powered tools shall be stopped while being refueled, serviced or,
maintained. When fuel powered tools are used in confined spaces,
adequate ventilation shall be provided.
3.9
Tools which are not serviceable shall be immediately
and repaired, or destroyed.
HEAW
EOUIPMENT
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removed from service
REOUTREMENTS
The equipment operator is responsible to make daily inspections of their equipment
and to note any deficiencies. These deficiencies, no matter how small, should be
reported immediately to the site supervis’or. In this way, many potential
breakdowns of your machine or safety hazards can be avoided by corrective
maintenance.
4.1
Check the engine oil level. If low, add enough to bring the level to the full
mark.
4.2
Check the coolant level. Add water coolant if level is low.
4.3
Check fuel level. Refill if necessary.
4.4
Check tires for proper inflation, worn spots, cuts or breaks and objects
imbedded in or between the tires. Correct or report conditions when found
4.5
Check under the vehicle for signs of oil, water, fuel, or other leaks. If leaks
are seen, report them to your supervisor.
4.6
Check head, tail, and clearance lights. If any are burned out, damaged, or
missing, report them at once.
4.7
Check batteries at least once a week for proper electrolyte level, leaks, and
loose connections.
4.8
Report any change in steering play or vibration in the steering mechanisms.
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4.9
Check the horn. If inoperative, have it repaired.
4.10
Check the condition of the windshield, rear view mirrors and other glass.
Report broken, cracked or missing glass. Clean all dirty or wet glass.
Adjust rear view minors.
4.11
Check belts on air compressor, generator, water pump, and any other. If
loose or torn report to your supervisor.
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Check special equipment such as wrenches, jacks, fire extinguisher, etc.
Report any that are missing or unserviceable.
4.u
Check the tracks for any loose bolts, nuts, proper adjustment, unusual wear
patterns, cracks etc.
4.14
Check for any worn or frayed cables.
4.15
Check the boom, buckets and gantry for cracks, bent members, worn-teeth
and cutting edges.
4.16
Check fluid level of the hydraulic system
4.17
Check for dirty or inoperative air cleaners and filters.
4.18
Check for proper brake operation.
4.19
Check to make sure the equipment is equipped with a back-up alarm and
the alarm is working properly.
4.20
Make a complete walk-around inspection of your unit. In this manner you
may detect damage before you put the machine to work
4.21
When walking up to or around the unit, observe its condition and notice if
anyone or anything is on or under it. By checking now, you may prevent
injury or damage when you start out.
4.22
If applicable, drain water off of the lubricating oil sump daily.
4.23
In cold weather, bleed the air tank and, if equipment is equipped, use the
alcohol injector pump.
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APPENDIX
SAFETY
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PLAN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
WORKER
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
I HAVE READ THE SITE-SAFETY
ITS CONTENTS.
NAME
TO HEALTH-AND-SAFETY
PLAN FOR THIS SITE AND FULLY
DATE
PLAN
UNDERSTAND
APPENDIX
HEALTH
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AND SAFETY
Accident/Injury/Illness Report Form
Accident/Injury/Illness Status Report Form
First Aid Log
OHM Safety Rules
Daily Safety Meeting Log
Instrument Calibration Logs (LEL/PID)
Air Monitoring Instrument (Direct Reading) Logs
Heavy Equipment Inspection Forms
Fire Extinguisher Checklist/Inventory Form
SCBA/SAR Inspection Forms
Project Site Safety Inspection Checklist (weekly)
SSO Daily Report
FORMS
OHM Remediation
Sentices Corp.
SUPERVISOR’S
ACCIDENT
Check all that apply:
INVESTIGATION
0 InjuryAlIncss
0 Not
0 Complaint
0 Auto Liabiiiry
0 Auto Physical Damage
0 General Liability
0 Propercy Damage
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Exact Date and Time of Incident
0 Fatality
REPORT
am.
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Work Related
0 Environmenta
a2nd
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OHM CORPORATlON
(Empbyee’s
Home Oivisbn/Regbnal
Office/Subsidiary)
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PROJECT
IDENTlFlCATlON
(Pmject Related Incidents Only)
hcatiin
Completion Date
Project Start Date
Project No.
(Full Address)
Project Manager
Telephone
EMPLOYEE
Employee’s
INFORMATION
Empbyee No.
Full Name
Cl Regular Full lime
a Regular Part Tie
0 Temporaty
0 Non-Employee
f -:fiWdress
Date of Birth
Date Hired
DepMlllWlt
Job TiAte
Length of Empbyment
Name of Employee’s
Supervision
Sex OM QF
SxialSecurityNo.~-v-0
Age-
0 In Training,
Mos.
o-Yrs.
Tikne in Job Class
0 In Training.
0 -
Direct Supervisor
at Time of Accident
Specific kcation
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0 Directly Supervised
0 Indirectly Supervised
0 Not Supervised
Where incident Occurred
0 OHM Facility
0 Project Site
When?
To Whom Was Incident Reported?
Witness NamelAddress
Witness Job TiielReason
Describe Employee’s
Cl Other
in Area
Job Duties Being Performed When Injured
be Fully the Events Which Resulted In the Accident/lnjuty/lllness
PLEASE CONTINUE
ON BACK OF THIS FORM
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rib0 the In~uryilUne~
in Detail; Indicate Part of Body Affected
Name of ObjecztSuhstance Which Dkeuty Injured Empbyee
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Empbyee See& Treatment?
a Yes
0 No
Old Employee Oh?
QYes
QNO
Name/Address of HospMAoctnr
Wa
Employee Able To Return To Work?
If YES:
a Rqpbr Wak
Q Yes
Q No
Cl Wok tih Restrksd A&h
Restriction
If NO:
,v”“-ify
oa!o/E& Date To Return
oat0 last Time Began
Persmaf Protective Equipment Usad by hjumd Empbyee
Wtmt Tmfning or lnstrucdan Had Been Ghn?
How Could This Acddent Have Been Prevented?
Corrective
Action
Data
Date
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DlsmlBuRON
[email protected] To: Olyisib Sarxuary d [email protected]’s Homo Ofka
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Copy To:.
Q Coqxmte Ham a idaty
0 Pfoieu Manager
0 Re!$iond HmIth a Safety Manager
a sit. safety Pile
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EMPLUYEE’S
check
all clfat apply:
Date, Day. and Tie
0 Injuty/Illnas
ACCIDENT
0 Fatality
REPORT
0 Complaint
0 Auto Liability
0 Auto PhysicaI Damage
0 General Liability
0 Prdperiy Damage
0 Not Work Related
,
0 EnvimnmencaI
OamOpm
of Incident
Your Name:
Your Emp. No.:
Home Address:
Home Phone #
Bin)l Date:
Age:
Date of Hire:
Dept:
Job Title:
Accident location (If Project r&ted.
SC%:
Social Security No.:
give Project #. Clienk Address and Phone #):
On OHM premises? 0 Yes ONo
Witness Name/Address
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. did accident occur?:
few
Was medical attention required? 0 Yes 0 No
Did you rctunl to work? 0 Yes 0 No Your usual Job? 0 Yes 0 No If not explain:
WY
the accident rcponcd to a supervisor? 0 Yes 0 No
Supcrvisofs name:
Empioycc’s Signature
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OH.\1 Remedialion
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INJURY/ILLNESS
STATUS REPORT
Social Security
Employee
No.
Phone
Home Address
Home Division
Job Title
Description
Date of Injury/Illness
of Injury/illness
AUTHORlZAllON
TO RELEASE INFORMATION
I hereby authorize all physicians, hospitals, clinics and all persons to discuss with, and release to OHM Remediation Services
Corp. and its authorized agents, any information or copies thereof acquired in the course of my examination or treatment for
the injury identified above. This authorization shall not extend to any other medical condition, past or present, unless the same
Is causally or historically
relevant or related to the injury referred to above.
Date
Employee Signature
PHYSICIAN
OR MEDICAL
PERSONNEL
Employee
may return
a Emptoyee
may return to workon
Date
with
limitations
effect
indkated.
lhe~~
rsStrk3lonS
0 Ught We&. Lifting 20 pounds maximum
with
fmquent
lifting andfor carrying of objects weighing
up to 10 pounds. Even though the weight lifted may
be only a negligible
amount, ajob is in this category
when it retquires walking or standlng to a significant
degree or when it involves sitting most of the time
with a degree
of pushing and pulling of arm an&or
leg controls.
0 Medium Work Lifting 50 maximum with freqmnt
llftlng and/or carrying of objects weighlng up to 25
pounds.
0 Hamvy Work. Lifting 100 pounds maximum
with
frequent
lifting andfor carrying of objects weighing
up to 50 pounds.
a VW we Wok Uftin~ Watts in excess of
100 pounds with frequent lifting andfor carryfng
of
objects weighing
50 pounds or more.
are tn
or until Reevaluatlorl
until
Date
on
Date
Empbyeo
0
may work
Emptoyee
la totally
Fatlent
houra in a work day,
lncapacitatad
will k mevaluatad
OF FORM
LlMlTATlONS
Cl Sedentary
Work. Ufting
10 pounds
maximum
and occasionally
lifting [email protected] carrying such articles
as dockets,
ledgers. and small toola Although
a
sedentary
job is defined as one which invofves
sitting, a certain amount of walking and standing is
often necessery
in canylng out job duties. Joba are
sedentary
if walking and standing am required only
occasionally
and other sedentary
crtterla are met.
to work with no IimitatIons
Date
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REMAINDER
DEGREE
WORK STATUS
0
TO COMPLETE
at this time.
on
Date
1. The Employee
a Standfwalk
0 None
cl 4-6houn
may:
b. St
0 19houm
0 sahoun
0 14houn
0 68houn
Cl 3-5houn
c. Drtve
0 l-3 hours
cl 34houn
cl 58hours
2 Emplwee
may use hand8 for repetitive:
0 Single grasping
0 Pushing 6 pulling
Cl Fine manipulation
3. Employee
may use feet for repetitive
as in operating
foot controls:
0 No
0 Yea
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is able 10:
Freqzenty
Occasionally
a aeild-..J
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Employee
b.
Squat........0
c. Climb . .. . . .
PHYSICIAN’S REPORT
Olagnosis
Whom
Treatment
Address
Other
Phone
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Time
Date
Date of this Report
.--Physician’s Signature
Physician’s Name
Address
white * cornplny COPY
c_a?av--Cljnic*Pv
Print
Phone
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0 Referred to company physician
0 Employee referred/admitted to:
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OHM First Aid Log
Project
Project No. .
Date/Time
Name
Employee Number
Job Working When Injured
Description
of Injury/Illness
and Treatment
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OHM REMEDIATION
SERVICESCow
PROJECTSAFETYRULES
PRoJEcrNo.
AlI unsafe acts/conditions
must be corrected promptly and reported to supervisor at first opportunity
Participate in the Safety Observer Program
Good housekeeping standards must be maintained
at alI times
Non-work injuries that could become aggravated on the job must be reported to supervisor,witbin
hour of starting work
Lockout/tagout
procedures must be followed
at all times
Use fall protection where required
Inspect all vehicles and equipment before use
Know proper emergency response procedures and location of emergency equipment
Use safety guards on all machinery where required
Know what contaminants are present in the work area and their exposure routes and symptoms
Only author&d
personnel may operate equipment
Use the “Buddy System” at a.lI times when working in an Exclusion Zone area
Any person present in or passing through an area must observe the rules of that area
Suit up and de-suit according to OHM procedures
Wear proper personal protective equipment for the task
Inspect, wash, store and care for respirator properly
Eat, drink, smoke, chew only in designated areas of Support Zone
Sign in and out whenever entering or Ieaving Exclusion Zone
Be clean shaven
Site Supervisor
Failure to comply with these rules will resdt in disciplinary
action.
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MEETING LOG
(CONTIMJATXON
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CALIBSSJXON
PROJECT #
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INSTRUMENT
GAS INDICATOR
DATA -
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CALlBRAnONGAs
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CALIBIUTION-GAS:
cmz?AcA.LMONrrORED:
CAL GAS a, [email protected]
CONVERSION FACTOR:
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DETECI-OR
CALJBRATION
DATA SHEET
PROJECT #
DATE:
mmLAMP
NO.
CALIBRATION
cAm3RAnoN
‘TYPE:
WEATHER
m-T
CONDITIONS
GAS:
PERFORMED
SPAN SETTING
BY:
READING
Pa
REMARKS
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Project
Date
Project No.
Instruments
Project Activities Being Monitored
Instrument/Action
Instrument
Level Background Readii
Time
LocatIon/Actlvity
Reading
Duration
Comments
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3QUIPMENT
I.D. NO.:
EQUIPMENT
NAME:
WEEK OF:
Seat Belts
Operator
Scat BarfsI
Side Shields, Screens or Cab
Lift Arm Restraininn
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Device
Grab Handles
Rack-Un
Alarm - Workina
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Anti-Skid
Tread Steps Clear of Mud
Safetv Stuns (i.e. counterbalance
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swina area\
Fire Rxtinnuisher
General Condition
Fuel Connection
Oil 0ull and no leaks1
Clear Of Extra Materials
Controls
function nronerlv
Damaaed Parts
ttvdrautie
Svstem (full and no leaks1
Parkinn brake
Lift Arm and Bucket
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iNSTRUmS
Inspect all a pltcable items todlcated each shlR.
~~~w.~tisfurtury ~~hm
to the sPtr supwiser Immcdlutdv.
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INVENTORY
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INS1’ECAlON CIIXSCKLIST
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BAR MONTHLY INfhCTION
NO.
ITEM
INEIPECTED
Conncclionsarc @I
t’acc-piecein good
condillon
Rubher pad, hosesplirble
andgood condirioa
Rcguhllors funclion
properly/wilhoul flulter
DI he flow
cylinder fully charged
Prcssuta gauge inlad
Cylinder hydroslalic
Icsl currenl (due a( 5 yrs)
Unll Is clcsn, slraps in
Iood condilion
Exhnlsllon valve funclions
propcrly
Cylinder recharged rfkr
inspcclion
Inspcdors inilirls and
employee number
EQRE88
JAN
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ID NO.
APR
WAY
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DBC
OHM corpotauon
Project Site Safety InspccZiom Cbed&t
Project Name:
project Number:
Project Location
site supavisor:
hspccto~s Name:
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Are
Are
Arc
Fmt Aid Kits accessible and identified?
emergency eye wash and safety showers avaihbk?
daily Iogs for first aid present and up to date?
Fust Aid Kits impccted wcekiy?
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Have~ofpersonrrelprotectionbculestab~?
Doallnmpioyeesknowtheir~ofpr-?
Arcrespiratorsuscddt!#- -~ilaspt&axld
storcda~toshndardpmccdum?
Havcemploye#beeaflt-tcatcd?
b-pusonalprotectnecquipmenttaggcd?
Doescompr~~airmcetCGAGradc=D’
minimllUl?
Arethere-tqunntitiesofsafetyquipm~
drepaitparu?
DoeshvelDpmte&n&ofsafecy~
hdhntS,ZUldStdtOCboots?
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Issnokiagpromitediaflammab&storagcarws?
Alz6.rclancsestabiishcdandmlintainrd?
&eflnnmabIcdispeasinesystcmsgrolmdcdandbonded?
Arcappmmisafctycaasavaibb~forstangeof
flamma&
liquida?
HasthcIoclf6rcdc~bcencont?cted?
Arckc~availabIe~~arcas?
rsairmoaitoring~~amdllctcdurcquircdbythc
SitCyfetyphl?
Arcairmonitoringiwum~calibratedQiyl
IsthcairmonitoriagIogboo~uptodate?
Are user manuals avdabk?
Arc ius&umcnta clan ad charged?,
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AND CUTTING
(29 CFR 192.6 SubDart
Aretiteeninguishcrsprcscntatwcidiagalldalaiagopcratioas?
Areconfincdspaccs;suchas,ta&[email protected],andnwches;tcstcd
prior to cutting and welding operations?
Arc Hot Work Permits available?
Are proper helmets, goggles, aprons, and giovcs available for welding
and cutting opcratioIs?
Are welding machines properly grounded?
Are~andfuclgascyfiadcn~aminimamof20fcttapart?
Are only trained personnel pen&ted to operate wckiiq and cutting
cqlipmult?
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Are defective hand and power tools tagged and taken out of smia?
Is eye pro&&on
available and used when openGag power tools?
Areguardsandsafetydeviasinplaaonpowxtools?
Are power tools ins-cd
before each use?
Are non-sparking tools available?
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Are vehicles ilqxctcd
daily?
Arepcrsomllicwedfoftheequipnlcntthcyqleratc?
Areunsafevchiclcstaggedandreportedto~?
Arctehi~shutdowllbeforcfucling?
[email protected]?
Is s&q equipment on v&i&s?
kloadssecureonvthidcs?
Artvebicle~~safetybclr.sifprovidedz
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Have emergency escape routed been dkgmtcd?
Arccmpbycesfamiliaxwiththcemagtny~?
Has the unergeaq route to tbc hospital been estaMishedaadposttd?
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Arcacccsswa ys, stairways, ramps, and ladders clean of ice, mud, snow, or debris?
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Are ladders being used in a safe manna?
kc ladders kept out ef pamgeways, doors, or driveways?
Are broken or damaged ladders tagged and taken out of service?
Arc metal ladders prohiii
in ehrical
service?
Arestainvaysandflooropcningsguardcd?
AR safety feet insta&d on might
and atension ladders?
Is general housekeeping up to OHM standards?
Arc ladders tied off?
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Isasitesafttyplanavailabl:onsitcoracctssibletoallunplaye#?
DocsthesafctyplanaauraMyrhctsitecondhionsaadtasks?
Have potential lwards been dcsdxd
to eIllployces on site?
Isthcreade5&atcdsafetyofficialonsitc?
Have all employees signed the ahmhdgement
form?
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Areworkzmcs&arlyd&ui?
Jtrcsupporttmileralocatcdto~upo6urccxpOSurc
apotc&aIrdeasc?
Arc support wailers accessible for appmach by unergen~
Isthcsitcpropcrfysecurcdduringands&eworkhom?
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Arc combustible materials segregated from open flames?
Have fire uainguidhers been profcsionaily @cctcd during the last year?
Are Exe extiqkhcrs
visually inspected monthly?
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equipment and wiring prop&
guarded?
Areciectricas~~cords?andcabiesguardcdand~
iUgOOdcOditiOIlS?
Arc mtcnsion cords kept out of wet areas?
Is&[email protected]?
Have underground chtxkal
lines been idea
by proper autbitiu?
Haspositklock-outsystunbcencstablishcdbya~projcctelectribaa?
Arc GFCI’s being used as neded?
Axe extension cords being inspected daiiy for ground amthity
aud
stxuumd integrity? (i& gfoup pin in place, no unapproved SpIices)
Arc warnjng signs cxhibimi on high vohgc cquipmcnt (2soV or greater)?
Is extension cord hpcction
documented?
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AreaaJlesiaspectuidaily?
Areaaaeswingareasbarzicadedordcmarkcd?
Is?11riggingequipmcnttagstdwithaaidentificationnumbauldnttdcapadty?
Is rigging equipment hpeuion
docwued?
[email protected]&chblu.andrigsinginspeduibcforeeacbusc?
Aredamagcd~~andriggingtaglTedandtakEnoutofscrvia?
Arcslillgspaddedorpmtected~tnnsharp-?
DouuployccSlreep~afspspaadedloada?
ArcunptoycesHthcliftarcawcaringhardhats?
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Adikccytinderssegreg;rtediweslventiiattdareas?
Is smoking prohiii’ilt
cyhder storage areas?
A4lrccybindasstoredsccureanduprigbt?
hylindersprot#tedfiomsnow,rain,ctc?
ArccyliaQcapsinp&ccbcforecyiiodenarcmoved?
Arc~gasaxld02cyiindenstorcdrminimwnofzotcettput?
Afcpropanecytindcnstoredauduscdou!sidcthcstnsctmel
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(29 CFR 1926Subpart P - Gmtinucd)
8.
Has excavation greater than Mat dap ban monitored for hazardous akmspheres
(ii. LEL/o2 dcflcicncy)?
9. Arc ladders used in excavations over 4-fett deep?
10. Arc ladders present every 25 fat?
lL Arc barrkrs, i.e. guardrails or fcaces placed around excavationsnear
pcdcmbn or v&ick thoroughfans?
12. Is excavation inspected && by competent persons and doanncatcd?
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4.
Have employees been eaiacd in the hazards of coahed spaces?
Arccon&cdspaccpermitsavailablconprojcctsitc?
Is the contrxtors amhal spa32safety procedure on the project?
Has a rescue plan been established?
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3.
4.
Are decoMon
stations set up on site?
Are vmste receptacle5 available for cm&mhkd ciofhhg?
Are steps taken to contaia liquids used for decon~on?
Have dmMamination stepsand proadurcs been awered by the
site supervisor or safety o&hi?
Is all personal protective equipment and respiratory equipment
bcingckancdonadailybasis?
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DAILY REPORT
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