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NAVY - OP 5 V2 - AMMUNITION AND EXPLOSIVES ASHORE STORAGE DATA Organization: NAVY
NAVY - NAVSEA 8023.10D - (OPR 9932) TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE DATA FOR POLARIS, POSEIDON AND TRIDENT MISSILES AND EXPLOSIVES COMPONENT PARTS Organization: NAVY
Date: 1993-09-16
NAVY - NAVSEA 8023.13 - C (NOSSA N7) TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE DATA FOR POLARIS, POSEIDON AND TRIDENT MISSILES AND EXPLOSIVES COMPONENT PARTS Organization: NAVY
Date: 2000-11-28
NPFC - DI-SAFT-81299 - EXPLOSIVE HAZARD CLASSIFICATION DATA REPORT (EHCDR) Organization: NPFC
Date: 2015-06-12
Description: Use/Relationship: The Explosive Hazard Classification Data Report is used to obtain the necessary information for assigning hazard classifications, such as hazard class/division, storage compatibility group, and Department of transportation (DoT) marking.
NATO - STANAG 4147 - CHEMICAL COMPATIBILITY OF AMMUNITION COMPONENTS WITH EXPLOSIVES (NON-NUCLEAR APPLICATIONS) - ED 2 Organization: NATO
Date: 2001-06-05
Description: The test Procedures in Annex D provide data which relate to the extent to which explosives react or decompose as a consequence of contact or proximity with the materials under test.
MODUK - DEF STAN 81-130 - THE TRANSPORTATION, HANDLING, STORAGE AND PACKAGING OF MAGNETICALLY SENSITIVE EQUIPMENT - ISSUE 4: 2/2010 Organization: MODUK
Date: 2010-02-26
Description: This includes: HUNT Class Mine Counter Measure Vessels (MCMV), SANDOWN Class Single Role Mine Hunter (SRMH), Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) and unique items, low magnetic equipment, assemblies, subassemblies and components held or laid apart.
NPFC - DI-SAFT-80182 - TECHNICAL DATA FOR MUNITIONS (TDM) Organization: NPFC
Date: 2014-07-22
Description: Use/Relationship: This Data Item Description (DID) will be used to obtain the Technical Data for Munitions (TDM) information that is necessary for the safe and efficient storage, maintenance, inspection and transportation of ammunitions and explosives to be stored on the Eglin Test Ranges.
NATO - AOP-7 - MANUAL OF DATA REQUIREMENTS AND TESTS FOR THE QUALIFICATION OF EXPLOSIVE MATERIALS FOR MILITARY USE (AC/326 SUBGROUP 1) - ED 2; REV 1: DECEMBER 2004 Organization: NATO
Date: 2003-06-01
Description: UN tests, hazard classification tests, etc.) relating to the manufacture, transportation, storage, and disposal of explosive substances. These requirements are, in general, the responsibility of other government organizations.
DODD 4715.18 - EMERGING CONTAMINANTS (ECS) Organization: DODD
Date: 2009-06-11
Description: Chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive incident training or response programs.
NFPA 122 - STANDARD FOR FIRE PREVENTION AND CONTROL IN METAL/NONMETAL MINING AND METAL MINERAL PROCESSING FACILITIES - EFFECTIVE DATE: 12/1/2014 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: As applies to surface mining, this standard shall cover only the following: (1) Mobile equipment in use without its own motive power train and normally moved by self-propelled equipment (2) Self-propelled equipment that contains a motive power train as an integral part of the unit and is not rail-mounted This standard shall not cover buildings or employee housing and support facilities for a mining operation, or preparation or use of explosives. As applies to metal mineral processing, this standard shall cover fire and related hazards associated with metal mineral processing plants—whether underground or on the surface — including but not limited to conveying, crushing, fine milling, beneficiation, flotation, hydro-metallurgical solvent extraction, drying, filtering, ore and concentrate storage, and support facilities for the mineral processing activity.
WILEY GUIDE TO CHEMICAL I - WILEY GUIDE TO CHEMICAL INCOMPATIBILITIES 3RD EDITION COMPLETE DOCUMENT Organization: WILEY
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: It contains nearly 9,000 chemical incompatibility profiles and nearly 250 new entries, covering flammability, violent and explosive binary reactions, incompatibilities, and reactions that may result from physical change.
ASTM E2933 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR STATIONARY POINT CHEMICAL VAPOR DETECTORS (SPCVD) FOR HOMELAND SECURITY APPLICATIONS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-07-01
Description: An SPCVD also includes air sampling system(s), power system(s), computer(s), data storage, data network communication interface(s), and an enclosure, see Fig. 1.
DS/IEC 62793 - PROTECTION AGAINST LIGHTNING – THUNDERSTORM WARNING SYSTEMS Organization: DS
Date: 2016-05-27
Description: A non-exhaustive list of situations to which this standard could be applicable is given below: • people in open areas involved in activities such as maintenance, labour, sports, competitions, agriculture and fisheries or situations where large crowds gather; • wind farms, large solar power systems, power lines; • occupational health and safety prevention; • sensitive equipment such as computer systems, emergency systems, alarms and safety equipment; • operational and industrial processes; • storage, processing and transportation of hazardous substances (e.g. flammable, radioactive, toxic and explosive substances); • determined environments or activities with special danger of electrostatic discharges (e.g. space and flight vehicle operations); • operations in which the continuity of the basic services is very important (e.g. telecommunications, the generation, transport and distribution of energy, sanitary services and emergency services); • infrastructures: ports, airports, railroads, motorways and cableways; IEC 62793:2016 © IEC 2016 – 9 – • civil defense of the environment: forest fires, land slide and floods; • wide networks (e.g. power lines, telecommunication lines) may also benefit from having early detection of thunderstorms.
IEC 62793 - PROTECTION AGAINST LIGHTNING – THUNDERSTORM WARNING SYSTEMS - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: A non-exhaustive list of situations to which this standard could be applicable is given below: • people in open areas involved in activities such as maintenance, labour, sports, competitions, agriculture and fisheries or situations where large crowds gather; • wind farms, large solar power systems, power lines; • occupational health and safety prevention; • sensitive equipment such as computer systems, emergency systems, alarms and safety equipment; • operational and industrial processes; • storage, processing and transportation of hazardous substances (e.g. flammable, radioactive, toxic and explosive substances); • determined environments or activities with special danger of electrostatic discharges (e.g. space and flight vehicle operations); • operations in which the continuity of the basic services is very important (e.g. telecommunications, the generation, transport and distribution of energy, sanitary services and emergency services); • infrastructures: ports, airports, railroads, motorways and cableways; • civil defense of the environment: forest fires, land slide and floods; • wide networks (e.g. power lines, telecommunication lines) may also benefit from having early detection of thunderstorms.
NPFC - MIL-D-21625 - DESIGN AND EVALUATION OF CARTRIDGES FOR CARTRIDGE ACTUATED DEVICES Organization: NPFC
Date: 1993-11-30
Description: For purposes of this specification, the term cartridge includes any assembled unit containing an explosive, propellant, or pyrotechnic material either single or in any combination designed as the energy source for cartridge actuated devices.

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