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Positive versus negative system pressure
Differential pressure across filters
Differential pressure across components.
c.
Describe the general sequence for removing an HVAC system for D&D of a
contaminated glovebox. Discuss methods for minimizing 1) the threat of release of
contamination, and 2) potential health and safety impacts.
8. D&D personnel shall demonstrate a familiarity level knowledge of process
instrumentation principles of operation, purpose and uses.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Discuss the purpose and provide an example of how each of the following may be used
during D&D activities: tank sight glass, thermometer, pressure gauge, overflow alarm,
overfill alarm, flow rate instruments, and differential pressure gauge.
b.
Discuss the importance of not disregarding indicators and alarms.
9. D&D personnel shall demonstrate a working level knowledge of the basic principles
and concepts of building demolition and identify potential sources of physical
hazards.
Supporting Knowledge and/or Skills
a.
Describe the common D&D methods and any material specific concerns for structures
that have the following types of construction:
Brick and mortar
Poured concrete and pre-stressed concrete
Asbestos containing materials including panels, flooring, ceilings and roofing
Layered (built up roofing)
Wood framed
Metal/metal framed.
b.
Describe common D&D methods for demolition of:
chimneys/stacks
underground structures such as footers, pilings, bunkers, tunnels, multi-story
basements.
c.
Discuss the effects of the following types of radiation on the structural integrity of
metals:
Alpha
Beta
Gamma
d.
Explain why understanding and evaluating corrosion is important during the planning
and execution of a D&D project.
e.
Conduct a walkthrough of a work site to identify physical hazards.
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