By Gary Chambers
"Going past compliance, this publication addresses 34 significant occupational protection and future health themes. prepared for speedy entry to regulatory standards or on-line assets, the textual content addresses required documentation, education components, record-keeping, and extra, together with caliber on-line hyperlinks for historical past and coaching details and those who result in pattern programs.This is a useful reference for company vendors, HR managers, security supervisors. attorneys, and scholars in addition to OSHA-concerned body of workers who're seeeking to be secure in addition to compliant"-- supplied by way of publisher. Read more...
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Dust-ignition proof: Equipment enclosed to exclude dusts and not permit arcs, sparks, or heat inside of the enclosure to cause ignition of suspended dust outside the enclosure. Dust-tight: Enclosures constructed so that dust will not enter (under speci fied test conditions). Explosion: Bursting or rupture of an enclosure or a container due to the development of internal pressure from deflagration. Lower flammable limit (LFL): The concentration of a compound in air below which the mixture will not ignite.
A confined space can, however, become permit required if certain hazards are introduced—that is, even temporarily. It is even possible to temporarily change a space that is not a confined space into one that is, such as by creat ing an access problem. Finally, employers must understand that despite the fact that a particular space does not meet the confined space definition, it still could have significant hazards. If so, those should be addressed by a formal safe work procedure. Entry: Occurs whenever any part of the entrant’s body breaks the plane of an opening to a permit-required confined space.
In this situa tion, the distinction is just not important to make, because the assump tion is that the tire pressure is being measured in psi (gauge)—that is, even if we do not know the term. But there are situations where one or the other—psia or psig—should be used or taken into account. It might, for example, make a difference if your welding tank pres sure has just reached 0 psig and you assume it is empty. How dif ferently might a tank thought to be empty—and therefore not perceived as having a potential hazard—be treated compared with one known to contain a flammable or toxic or asphyxiant gas?
Concise Guide to Workplace Safety and Health: What You Need to Know, When You Need It by Gary Chambers