BGI 5162 PDF

BGI 5162 PDF

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Person responsible for premises: This distance takes account of spatial and temporal variations in the oxygen concentration resulting from operational factors, of the delay between triggering of protective measures, of 51622 measurement error resulting from measurement technology factors and of the alarm delay of the measurement instrument monitoring the oxygen concentration.

Identification Product identifier Product number Product code Relevant identified uses of the substance or mixture and uses advised against. Does the assessment cover the whole site YES or. Working in Compressed Air. In order to avoid health hazards, protection measures must be undertaken as part of the risk assessment.

E. Working in oxygen-reduced atmospheres BGI/GUV-I E. Information – PDF

Visual alarms must be prominently signalled by way of uninterrupted illumination. Types of emergency Potential emergencies.

Introduction Laboratory Work Risk Assessment The legislation governing Hazardous Substances and Dangerous Goods requires that all operations and experiments involving hazardous materials must have documentation More information. This must be marked on the fire brigade plan.

Date of Fire Risk Assessment: The spreading of the oxygen-reduced atmosphere to other areas not intended for this e. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The control is undertaken via no less than two oxygen sensors which are installed at different locations within the oxygen-reduced area.


No permanent workstations may be established in oxygen-reduced areas. Laboratory Work Risk Assessment 1.

DGUV Information 205-007 – Working in oxygen-reduced atmospheres (bisher: BGI/GU…

We are committed to identifying corrective More information. These gases, however, can be dangerous if not handled in an appropriate More information. Comments or additional corrective action taken as a result. Fire Alarm Log Book Any activity regarding this system must be documented. Does the assessment cover the whole site YES or More information. Ice rinks and arenas vulnerable to harmful pollutants. Name of Bbgi Person: Workplace Safety Discount provides a framework for building successful and sustainable workplace More information.

Noise and Vibrations Occupational Safety and Health Ordinance 1 Ordinance on the protection of workers against the risks arising from exposure to noise and vibrations Noise and Vibrations Occupational. Overview The recognises its obligation to ensure that all accidents and incidents are reported, recorded and investigated. This distance defines the reference value of a concentration regulator in order to prevent false alarms, with regard to the Oxygen level too high message.

The measured oxygen concentration [in vol. This distance considers the fact that the flammable substance can exist in the system under different temperatures and pressures than when determining the oxygen threshold concentration in the laboratory.

Deputy person More information. Designation Type Serial No. In the case of new buildings, this is usually More information. Safety and Environmental Information for External Companies 1. The residual oxygen content must be defined as high as possible, which means only as low as is absolutely necessary for fire protection reasons. Fire Safety Last updated in October This information sheet aims to give safety reps a basic understanding of fire safety and fire risk assessments under the current law.


Work Health and Safety Regulations: The records of the acceptance tests must be kept throughout the operating time of the oxygen-reduction system.

These different concentrations also entail different risks for the persons in the protection area. When breathing air low in oxygen, depending on the selected oxygen concentration and the duration of stay, symptoms of acute altitude sickness can occur headache, fatigue, nausea, loss of appetite, dizziness.

Make sure that doors to the affected area More information. Evergreen, Colorado Telephone The significant physiological factor is the oxygen partial pressure po 2. Organization of fire safety Number: If defects are discovered that constitute a danger to persons, the oxygen-reduction system must be taken out of operation. This distance defines the reference value of a concentration regulator in order to avoid false alarms, with regard to the lower alarm value evacuation alarm.

McEwen Fire alarm systems are normally required by building codes. Labour and Workforce Development. Make sure that doors to the affected area. One 1 vial, 5. The functional principle of the systems lies in reducing the oxygen content of the ambient air of the area to be protected.

Calibration and maintenance must be documented. Certain specific properties of compressed gases make them highly useful in various research activities. The areas concerned must therefore be closed off from the surrounding atmosphere. Page 1 of 5 CBD