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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.2.1.1 Hazard ratings shall be assigned in accordance with
NFPA 55, 6.1.13(A);
NFPA 704.
NFPA 704
4.2.1.2 Signs shall not be obscured or removed.
NFPA 55, 6.13.2.1
4.2.1.3 Signs shall prohibit smoking or an open flame within 20
CGA G-1, 4.2.9;
ft of where toxic, pyrophoric, oxidizing, or flammable
CGA P-1, 4.2.1.5;
gases are stored.
NFPA 55, 6.13.2.2;
NFPA 55, 7.1.1;
NFPA 55, 7.6.3.2;
(i)
4.2.2 Compressed gas cylinders shall be stored away from stairways,
ANSI Z49.1, 10.8.2.1;
elevators, exit routes, or gangways, in assigned places where
they will not be exposed to physical damage (for example,
CGA G-1, 4.2.4;
damage from vehicles, damage from falling ice, etc.).
CGA P-1, 3.7.2;
CGA P-1, 3.7.3;
NFPA 51, 2.2.1;
NFPA 55, 7.1.5.4;
NFPA 55, 7.1.5.6;
NFPA 55, 7.1.5.9;
4.2.3 Compressed gas cylinders shall be stored in an upright position
ANSI Z49.1, 10.8.2.1;
(see definition) with their valve protection caps in place and
secured to prevent cylinders from falling over or being knocked
CGA G-1, 4.2.8;
over.
CGA P-1, 3.7.4;
[EXCEPTION: All requirements cited here indicate that upright
NFPA 55, 2.2.1.6;
storage is not required for lecture bottles or cylinders used in
NFPA 55, 7.1.3.4;
self-contained breathing apparatus.]
NFPA 55, 7.2.1.2;
(ii)
4.2.4 Overhead cover for outdoor storage areas of compressed gases
NFPA 55, 6.6.2
shall be of non-combustible construction, open on three sides
and shall not be considered indoor storage.
4.2.4.1 Storage areas shall be kept clear of dry vegetation and
NFPA 55, 7.1.5.3
combustible materials for a minimum distance of 15 ft in
all directions.
4.2.4.2 Cylinders stored outdoors shall not be placed in direct
CGA P-1, 3.7.3.1;
contact with the earth or on surfaces where water can
CGA G-1, 4.2.13;
accumulate.
NFPA 55, 2.1.6.1.b
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