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DOE-HDBK-1139/3-2003
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Consolidated Requirements
4.2.1.4 Valve protection caps shall be in place and secured
CGA P-1, 3.4.2;
when not in use or being transported.
29CFR1926.350(a)(1)
4.2.1.5 Ropes, chains, or slings shall not be used to suspend
ANSI Z49.1,10.8.3.8;
cylinders unless provisions have been made on the
cylinder for appropriate lifting attachments such as
CGA P-1, 3.5;
lugs. Where appropriate lifting attachments have
CGA P-1, 3.5.2;
not been provided on the cylinder, suitable cradles,
sling boards, platforms or pallets to hold the
29CFR1926.350(a)(2);
cylinder shall be used for lifting. Lifting
29CFR1910.253(b)(1)(iv)
attachments or other attachments shall never be
welded to cylinders. Cylinders shall not be hoisted
or transported by means of magnets or choker
slings.
4.2.1.6 Cylinders shall be moved by tilting and rolling
29CFR1926.350(a)(3)
them on their bottom edges. They shall not be
rolled in the horizontal position or dragged. They
shall not be intentionally dropped, struck, or
permitted to strike each other violently.
4.2.1.7 A suitable hand truck, forklift, cylinder pallet
CGA P-1, 3.5;
system, or similar material-handling device shall
29CFR1926.350(a)(4)
be used with the container properly secured to the
device. When powered vehicles transport
cylinders, they shall be secured in a vertical
position.
4.2.1.8 Valve protection caps shall not be used for lifting
ANSI Z49.1, 10.8.3.7;
cylinders from one vertical position to another.
Bars shall not be used under valves or valve
29CFR1926.350(a)(5)
protection caps to pry frozen cylinders loose.
Warm, not boiling, water shall be used to thaw
frozen cylinders loose.
4.2.1.9 Unless cylinders are firmly secured on a special
ANSI Z49.1, 10.8.3.10;
carrier intended for this purpose, regulators shall be
removed from the cylinders and valve protection
29CFR1926.350(a)(6)
caps put in place before cylinders are moved.
4.2.1.10 When cylinders are moved at any time, the cylinder
ANSI Z49.1, 10.8.3.10;
valve shall be closed.
29CFR1926.350(a)(8)
*The CGA Pamphlet uses the word "should." Since the DOE incorporates the CGA documents by reference the
requirement may be interpreted as mandatory.
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