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ASTM E2349 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR SAFETY REQUIREMENTS IN METAL CASTING OPERATIONS: SAND PREPARATION, MOLDING, AND CORE MAKING; MELTING AND POURING; AND CLEANING AND FINISHING Organization: ASTM
Date: 2012-04-01
Description: Compliance with this practice, in conjunction with OSHA regulations, provides a relatively safe environment, which is a fundamental requisite in helping to prevent occupational injuries.
PIP PH414SD0E01 - HYGIENIC PROCESS MATERIAL SPECIFICATION 414SD0E01 316/316L STAINLESS STEEL, 0.000" C.A. HYGIENIC PRODUCT & CLEAN IN PLACE SYSTEMS SF4 ID FINISH, SF0 OD FINISH, FKM SEALS HYGIENIC CONSTRUCTION CLAMPED/JOINED UNIONS Organization: PIP
Date: 2015-04-01
Description: All Practices or guidelines are intended to be consistent with applicable laws and regulations including OSHA requirements. To the extent these Practices or guidelines should conflict with OSHA or other applicable laws or regulations, such laws or regulations must be followed.
PIP PH414SD0E02 - PIPING MATERIAL SPECIFICATION 414SD0E02 316/316L STAINLESS STEEL, 0.000" C.A. HYGIENIC PRODUCT & CLEAN IN PLACE SYSTEMS SF4 ID FINISH, SF0 OD FINISH, EPDM SEALS HYGIENIC CONSTRUCTION CLAMPED/JOINED UNIONS Organization: PIP
Date: 2015-04-01
Description: All Practices or guidelines are intended to be consistent with applicable laws and regulations including OSHA requirements. To the extent these Practices or guidelines should conflict with OSHA or other applicable laws or regulations, such laws or regulations must be followed.
WILEY - COOPER'S COMPREHENSIVE EN - COOPER'S COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL DESK REFERENCE Organization: WILEY
Date: 1996-01-01
Description: Destined to become a classic, this unique comprehensive reference offers more than 1,000 pages of key terms, over 5,000 acronyms and useful, detailed information on such topics as Superfund, construction, environmental engineering, wetlands, biology, OSHA, threatened and endangered flora and fauna, and international organizations and treaties.
SAE AIR3270 - AIRCRAFT SEALANT REMOVAL TECHNIQUES Organization: SAE
Date: 2012-01-01
Description: This DOD activity is also driven by the need to comply with numerous environmental regulations and statutes promulgated by the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) initiatives to include: the Clean Water Act (CWA), Clean Air Act (CAA) amendments of 1990, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA).
ASTM F2551 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR INSTALLING A PROTECTIVE CEMENTITIOUS LINER SYSTEM IN SANITARY SEWER MANHOLES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2009-05-01
Description: Manholes are permit required confined spaces in accordance with OSHA definition and should be treated as such, requiring confined space entry permits, appropriate monitoring equipment, and the associated personal protective equipment.
GSFC - NASA GPR 1800.3 - BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN Organization: GSFC
Date: 2005-08-22
Description: GSFC policy is to provide a program that meets applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standard 29 CFR 1910.1030 requirements. This plan eliminates or minimizes employee exposure to BBP.
SSPC QP 3 - CERTIFICATION STANDARD FOR SHOP APPLICATION OF COMPLEX PROTECTIVE COATING SYSTEMS Organization: SSPC
Date: 2010-09-23
Description: The scope of this Standard does not include design, fabrication, manufacture, erection, surface preparation and application of coating in the field, metallizing or galvanizing, powder coating, anodizing, or compliance with safety (OSHA) and environmental (EPA) regulations. The re-painting (including surface preparation) of previously coated items returned to the Firm's coating facility for rework is included in the scope of this Standard; however, removal of previously existing coatings is not included in the scope.
MCGRAW - CHEMICAL PROPERTIES HANDB - CHEMICAL PROPERTIES HANDBOOK Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 1999-01-01
Description: Applications to engineering and all the sciences: Obtain critical values for temperature and pressure for design or operation of compressors and turbines; find heat capacity data for heat exchangers; accurately design and safely operate vaporizers and condensers with precise information on enthalpy of vaporization; size vaporizer/condenser storage vessels with density data; determine the heating and cooling requirements of reactors with values for the enthalpy of formation; determine chemical equilibria for reactions using Gibbs' energy of formation; design and operate effective stripping operations for water pollutant removal using water solubility data and Henry's Law Constant; find needed adsorption capacities of activated carbon for cleaning air of various pollutants; use soil sorption coefficient for agricultural applications; solve problems for fluid flow of gases and liquids in pipes using viscosity data; use thermal conductivity data for heat transfer problems of gases and liquids; use lower explosion limit, upper explosion limit, flash point, and autoignition temperature for safety applications; use threshold limit value (ACGIH), permissible exposure limit (OSHA), and recommended exposure limit (NIOSH) to design facilities while safeguarding health; use thermal expansion coefficient data to design relief systems; plus thousands of other time-saving uses.
WILEY - EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGE - EMERGENCY RESPONSE MANAGEMENT OF OFFSHORE OIL SPILLS: GUIDELINES FOR EMERGENCY RESPONDERS Organization: WILEY
Date: 2010-01-01
Description: Emergency Response Management of Offshore Oil Spills provides: Examples of 26 major oil spills ranked from largest to smallest, describing each incident and the amount of oil spilled Recommendations and guidance on proper air monitoring methods Suggestions related to protective garments such as respirators Comparative product information on chemical dispersants, shoreline bleaching and cleaning chemicals Detailed toxicity data for humans and marine life Discussions in the areas of deficiencies in responding to spills and why the oil industry needs to be more responsive to developing technologies Hazardous materials protocols, including OSHA- and EPA- recommended safe work practices for dealing with hazardous materials
ASTM E2052 - STANDARD GUIDE FOR EVALUATION, MANAGEMENT, AND CONTROL OF LEAD HAZARDS IN FACILITIES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1999-12-10
Description: This guide is based on federal and national standards and guidelines that may be different from applicable state and local regulations. It does not, however, comprehensively address OSHA, EPA, or DOT requirements. It may not protect all users, or occupants, visitors, staff, other workers, and the environment affected by their facilities from lead hazards.
ASTM PS53 - PROVISIONAL STANDARD GUIDE FOR IDENTIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT OF LEAD HAZARDS IN FACILITIES Organization: ASTM
Date: 1997-02-25
Description: 1.2.2 This provisional guide is based on federal and national standards and guidelines which may be different from applicable state and local regulations. It does not, however, comprehensively address OSHA, EPA, or DOT requirements. It may not protect all users, or occupants, visitors, staff, other workers, and the environment affected by their facilities from lead hazards.
AAMI ST58 - CHEMICAL STERILIZATION AND HIGH-LEVEL DISINFECTION IN HEALTH CARE FACILITIES Organization: AAMI
Date: 2013-01-01
Description: This recommended practice also includes definitions of terms and informative annexes on microbial lethality, materials compatibility, and toxicity (Annex A); glutaraldehyde solutions (Annex B); hydrogen peroxide solutions (Annex C); ortho-phthalaldehyde solutions (Annex D); peracetic acid–hydrogen peroxide solutions (Annex E); sodium hypochlorite solutions (Annex F); chemical vapor sterilants using alcohol and formaldehyde (Annex G); hydrogen peroxide gas plasma sterilization (Annex H); ozone sterilization (Annex I); government regulation (Annex J); the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) bloodborne pathogen regulation (Annex K); user verification of cleaning (Annex L), load release documentation (Annex M); gas and vapor monitoring (Annex N); and relevant literature (Annex O).
AISC - 420 - CERTIFICATION STANDARD FOR SHOP APPLICATION OF COMPLEX PROTECTIVE COATING SYSTEMS Organization: AISC
Date: 2010-09-23
Description: The scope of this Standard does not include design, fabrication, manufacture, erection, surface preparation and application of coating in the field, metallizing or galvanizing, powder coating, anodizing, or compliance with safety (OSHA) and environmental (EPA) regulations. The re-painting (including surface preparation) of previously coated items returned to the Firm's coating facility for rework is included in the scope of this Standard; however, removal of previously existing coatings is not included in the scope.
SSPC TU 7 - CONDUCTING AMBIENT AIR, SOIL, AND WATER SAMPLING OF SURFACE PREPARATION AND PAINT DISTURBANCE ACTIVITIES Organization: SSPC
Date: 2015-05-04
Description: REGULATIONS: The primary federal regulations currently addressing exposures to hazardous and toxic substances, fugitive emissions of dust include: the Clean Air Act (CAA), and all amendments such as the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for airborne lead, particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter of less than ten (10) and two and one-half (2.5) micrometers (PM-10 and PM-2.5), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA), all mandated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the current Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) General Industry, Shipyard, and Construction Industry Comprehensive Health Standards for Lead, Cadmium, Arsenic, Hexavalent Chromium, and other constituents that are present in or on substrates, coatings, and abrasives.
UL 1856 OUTLINE - OUTLINE OF INVESTIGATION FOR UNDERGROUND FUEL TANK INTERNAL RETROFIT SYSTEMS - ISSUE 1 Organization: UL
Date: 2013-06-14
Description: These products and requirements are not intended to cover or evaluate the installation equipment, safety of the installer, compliance with worker safety regulations (such as confined spaces, hazardous locations, or OSHA), or any environmental emissions or disposal regulations, (such as EPA).

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