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NATO - STANAG 4147 - CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY OF AMMUNITION COMPONENTS WITH EXPLOSIVES (NON-NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS) - ED 2 Organization: NATO
Date: 2001-06-05
Description: SCOPE OF THE AGREEMENT The STANAG is limited to matters relating to chemical compatibility of munition components with explosives and does not extend to procedures and requirements which concern the avoidance of incompatibility from other causes.
DODD 6055.09-M VOL 8 CE-01 - DOD AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES SAFETY STANDARDS: GLOSSARY Organization: DODD
Date: 2012-03-12
Description: Volume 5 provides QD criteria for intentional burning or detonation of AE, storage and operations involving energetic liquids, and underground storage of AE. Volume 6 provides criteria for contingency operations, toxic chemical munitions and agents, and risk-based siting.
ARMY - AR 700-13 - WORLDWIDE AMMUNITION LOGISTICS/EXPLOSIVES SAFETY REVIEW AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Organization: ARMY
Date: 2012-11-27
Description: Ammunition logistics includes all bulk propellants, explosives, pyrotechnics, munitions, and/or missiles involving Class V materiel and related items, excluding surety materiel.
DOD 5100.76-M - PHYSICAL SECURITY OF SENSITIVE CONVENTIONAL ARMS, AMMUNITION, AND EXPLOSIVES Organization: DOD
Date: 2000-08-12
Description: There may be operations unique to an activity, e.g., a Government-owned ammunition and explosives (A&E) manufacturing facility, etc., that dictate divergence from the requirements of this Manual.
DODD 5100.76-M - PHYSICAL SECURITY OF SENSITIVE CONVENTIONAL ARMS, AMMUNITION, AND EXPLOSIVES (AA&E) Organization: DOD
Date: 2012-04-17
Description: (5) Non-lethal ammunition and other inert, non-explosive munitions items not categorized as SRC III or IV.
WILEY GUIDE TO CHEMICAL I - WILEY GUIDE TO CHEMICAL INCOMPATIBILITIES 3RD EDITION COMPLETE DOCUMENT Organization: WILEY
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: —Inside Laboratory Management, on the Second Edition "...a portable reference on reactive substances to guide all personnel...in charge of the handling, storage, and transportation of chemical materials." —Journal of the American Chemical Society, on the Second Edition The authoritative resource on dangerous chemical interactions Enlarged, revised, and even more useful.
NFPA 45 - STANDARD ON FIRE PROTECTION FOR LABORATORIES USING CHEMICALS - EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/01/2014 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This standard contains requirements, but not allinclusive requirements, for handling and storage of chemicals where laboratory-scale operations are conducted and shall not cover the following: (1) The special fire protection required when handling explosive materials (See NFPA 495.)
WILEY - INHERENTLY SAFER CHEMICAL - INHERENTLY SAFER CHEMICAL PROCESSES: A LIFE CYCLE APPROACH, 2ND EDITION COMPLETE DOCUMENT Organization: WILEY
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: CCPS publications provide the latest guidelines for the production, storage, and handling of flammable, explosive, and reactive materials. With the help of the CCPS, companies can operate facilities safely and measure their own practices against today's most accepted industry practices.
ASTM E2933 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR STATIONARY POINT CHEMICAL VAPOR DETECTORS (SPCVD) FOR HOMELAND SECURITY APPLICATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-07-01
Description: An SPCVD may be combined with other SPCVDs, other chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive (CBRNE) detectors, and other monitoring devices such as video.
ASTM E2885 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR HANDHELD POINT CHEMICAL VAPOR DETECTORS (HPCVD) FOR HOMELAND SECURITY APPLICATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: This document is one of several that describe chemical vapor detectors (for example, handheld, and stationary) and chemical detection capabilities including: chemical vapor hazard detection, identification, and quantification.
NATO - STANAG 4541 - EXPLOSIVES, NITROCELLULOSE BASED PROPELLANTS CONTAINING NITROGLYCERIN AND STABILIZED WITH DIPHENYLAMINE, STABILITY TEST PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS - ED 1 Organization: NATO
Date: 2003-04-15
Description: However propellants in this category failing to meet the set criteria may still remain chemically stable, under suitable storage conditions. However in such cases further testing is necessary to establish the chemical safe life of the propellants.
NATO - STANAG 4582 - EXPLOSIVES, NITROCELLULOSE BASED PROPELLANTS, STABILITY TEST PROCEDURE AND REQUIREMENTS USING HEAT FLOW CALORIMETRY - ED 1 Organization: NATO
Date: 2007-03-09
Description: The test procedure was developed to facilitate cross procurement and provide a means by which countries can satisfy themselves that propellants received from abroad will remain chemically stable for a minimum of ten years if stored at temperatures equivalent to an isothermal storage at 25°C. This agreement is intended for use by the NATO Participating Nations.
NATO - AOP-48 - EXPLOSIVES, NITROCELLULOSE BASED PROPELLANTS, STABILITY TEST PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS USING STABILIZER DEPLETION - ED 2 Organization: NATO
Date: 2008-10-03
Description: The test procedures were developed to facilitate cross procurement and provide a means by which countries can satisfy themselves that propellants received from abroad will remain chemically stable, if stored at ambient storage temperatures, for a minimum of five (5) or ten (10) years.
NATO - STANAG 4117 - EXPLOSIVES, STABILITY TEST PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS FOR PROPELLANTS STABILIZED WITH DIPHENYLAMINE, ETHYL CENTRALITE OR MIXTURES OF BOTH - ED 3 AMD 1 AMENDMENT 1: 02/19/2001 Organization: NATO
Date: 1998-02-11
Description: The procedures were developed to facilitate cross procurement and provide a means by which countries can satisfy themselves that propellants received from abroad will remain chemically stable for a ambient storage conditions for a minimum of five (5) years or of ten (10) years according to its condition as determined by the test.
ESD S11.4 - STATIC CONTROL BAGS Organization: ESD
Date: 2012-09-02
Description: It does not address bags for volatile materials, chemicals, explosives, or munitions. NOTE: Some bag applications may require the consideration of additional material or cleanliness controls, including particle level, nonvolatile residue, ionic substances, outgassing, or polycarbonate stress.
NAVY - SDS 077-1 CONT. DIST. - SAFETY DESIGN CRITERIA FOR STOWAGE AREAS CONTAINING HAZARDOUS MATERIALS ON SURFACE SHIPS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2002-10-01
Description: The term ammunition includes weapons, explosives, explosive actuated devices, propellants, and pyrotechnics. Chemical warfare and biological defense materials, medical, and pharmaceutical supplies stored in medical spaces are also excluded.
NAVY - CNET 5100.5D - M(00X12) HAZARDOUS MATERIAL CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Organization: NAVY
Date: 1997-10-17
Description: This includes ignitable, corrosive, reactive, or toxic materials but excludes ammunition, weapons, explosives, explosive actuated devices, propellants, pyrotechnics, chemical and biological warfare materials, radioactive materials, medical, veterinarian and pharmaceutical drugs, devices and products, hazardous materials when part of a remedial action conducted under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA), and consumer products or hazardous substances when such use in the work place results in an exposure duration or frequency which would reasonably be experienced by the consumer outside the work place.
ASTM E2998 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR CHARACTERIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION OF SMOKELESS POWDER Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: This practice describes procedures for characterization and analysis of smokeless powders recovered from explosives incidents (1, 2),2 materials or objects containing gunshot residue (3) when visible grains are present, or bulk samples of powder.
DODD 4715.18 - EMERGING CONTAMINANTS (ECS) Organization: DODD
Date: 2009-06-11
Description:   Radiological data collected under the Naval Nuclear Propulsion Program or other DoD radiological programs. Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive incident training or response programs.
EEMUA PUB NO 231 - THE MECHANICAL INTEGRITY OF PLANT CONTAINING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES - A GUIDE TO PERIODIC EXAMINATION AND TESTING - EDITION 1 Organization: EEMUA
Date: 2012-09-01
Description: The hazardous substances considered includes those with the potential to cause harm (either to people and/or the environment) as a result of their toxicity, flammability or other form of chemical reactivity (including explosives). In particular this includes the dangerous substances listed in the Control of Major Accident Hazards (COMAH) Regulations.

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