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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
Sources10
Consolidated Requirements
4.1.10 Good housekeeping shall be maintained in areas where
NFPA 432, 4.9.1
chemicals are stored.
4.1.10.1 Aisles established for the movement or egress of
NFPA 30, 4.4.3.1;
personnel shall be maintained clear of obstructions,
NFPA 30, 4.5.1.2;
including stored chemicals.
NFPA 30, 5.9.1;
(i)
4.1.10.2
Accumulation of wastes, debris, weeds, and other
NFPA 30, 4.7.4;
combustible materials shall be prohibited.
NFPA 430, 2.13.1;
NFPA 432, 4.-9.1
4.1.10.3 Spilled chemicals and broken containers shall be
NFPA 430, 2.13.2;
immediately managed using appropriate procedures.
NFPA 432, 4.9.2
4.1.10.4 Each used and empty container shall be stored in a
NFPA 430, 2.13.3
manner appropriate for the chemical that existed in
that container until it is disposed of or cleaned;
OR
stored in a detached or sprinklered area (see
definition) until disposed of or cleaned.
4.1.10.5 Storage operations shall be arranged to prevent the
NFPA 430, 2.13.4
accumulation of fugitive dust from the stored
chemical.
4.1.10.6 Specific disposal procedures shall be developed for
NFPA 432, 4.9.3
all areas where organic peroxides are stored.
4.1.11 Hazardous chemicals stored in the open in laboratory work
NFPA 45, 7.2.3.1
areas shall be kept to the minimum necessary for the work
being done.
4.2 Compressed Gases
NFPA 45, 8.1.6.5
[NOTE: In a laboratory a compressed gas cylinder shall be considered
"in use" if it is:
a) connected through a regulator to deliver gas to a laboratory
operation; or
b) connected to a manifold being used to deliver gas to a laboratory
operation; or
c) a single cylinder secured alongside the cylinder in (a) above as the
reserve cylinder.]
4.2.1 Hazard identification signs shall be placed at all entrances to
CGA P-1, 3.7.1;
areas where compressed gas is stored.
NFPA 55, 6.13.1
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