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nicolas.monroy
Does anyone know of a checklist or an inventory or requirements per code that may apply to a specific industry or business. What I am really looking for is a summary list with requirements per each code. Something similar to the attachment. Maybe even an audit form to help narrow what standards apply. #Easy Code Finding Requirements
tlambert0
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honeymar1n3
Good day. Hopefully everything is well with you. I have a question about my restrictions. A 4160V electrical motor exploded electrically, with a 4-6 foot arc flash. I was hospitalized over 24 hours, while the doctors ran test. Three doctors concluded my heart was fine but the incident caused my physiological conditions. Which were chest pressure,… (Show more)
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tchrisman
Good Morning, We have a 550 gallon diesel fuel tank that we would like to install outside our manufacturing facility in close proximity to an interior emergency generator as the fuel source for the generator. We can get this located 8' horizontally from any opening to the facility. What is the minimum distance we can place the tank to the… (Show more)
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amouhk@bv.com
I am putting together a spec for AWWA D100 Firewater tank for a job in PA. The owner is looking into insulating the tank for freeze protection and to cut down on heating cost. But per NFPA 25, section 9.2.4.5, "Exterior painted, coated, or insulated surfaces of a tank and supporting structure, where provided, shall be inspected annually for signs… (Show more)
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desafety
I work as an Industrial Hygienist and I am doing work with a major Grain Handler.  One of the key risks is combustible dust and the question I have found difficult to answer is whether or not it is safe to use non intrinsically safe items such as 2 way radios, cell phones, ipads, laptop computers in the grain silos.  The level of dust has… (Show more)
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moniquemcude
Hello Team,   I have two questions regarding flammable and combustible liquids. Do the flammable and combustible liquid containers must be stored on a tray? Do they need to be grounded? Also, I would like to know if the flammable cabinets must be grounded as well.   Thank you,   Monique Cude
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chenson
In NFPA 499 section 6.10 figures for recommended explosive dust classification state in the description that the figures are for indoor area.  Is this implying that for explosive dust classification outdoor locations are considered to have adequate ventilation and are unclassified under 499?  
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jdf65
what are the requirements (type of heads, are heads required, temp. of heads, etc.) for sandblasting booths?
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johnnoah
I have been in the fire service for 14 years and a Fire Instructor for the past 5. I was surprised to learn that there is no NFPA recommendation for INstructor gear. For those who have taught fire, you will know that teaching involves several fires in a day with a lot of time in the fire room before the students even enter. Traditional firefighter… (Show more)
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