ASP/CSP Prep

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ASP/CSP Prep
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2011-10-22 20:35:33
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  1. Flammable
    Class I
    • Boiling Point:
    • Flash Point: Below 100F
  2. Flammable
    Classs IA
    • Boiling Point: Below 100 F
    • Flash Point: Below 73 F
  3. Flammable
    Class IB
    • Boiling Point: At or above 100 F
    • Flash Point: Below 73 F
  4. Flammable
    Class IC
    • Boiling Point:
    • Flash Point: At or above 73 F and below 100 F
  5. Combustible
    Class II
    Flash Point: At or above 100 F and below 140 F
  6. Combustible
    Class III
    Flash Point: At or above 140F
  7. Combustible
    Class IIIA
    Flash Point: At or above 140F and below 200 F
  8. Combustible
    Class IIIB
    Flash Point: At or above 200 F
  9. Fire Sprinkler Head Color Coding
    Uncolored
    • Ceiling Temperature: 100 F
    • Temperature Rating: 135 to 170 F
    • Temperature Classification: Ordinary
  10. Fire Sprinkler Head Color Coding
    White
    • Ceiling Temperature: 150 F
    • Temperature Rating: 175 to 225 F
    • Temperature Classification: Intermidiate
  11. Fire Sprinkler Head Color Coding
    Blue
    • Ceiling Temperature: 225 F
    • Temperature Rating: 250 to 300 F
    • Temperature Classification: High
  12. Fire Sprinkler Head Color Coding
    Red
    • Ceiling Temperature: 300 F
    • Temperature Rating: 325 to 375 F
    • Temperature Classification: Extra High
  13. Fire Sprinkler Head Color Coding
    Green
    • Ceiling Temperature: 375 F
    • Temperature Rating: 400 to 475 F
    • Temperature Classification: Very Extra High
  14. Fire Sprinkler Head Color Coding
    Orange
    • Ceiling Temperature: 475 F
    • Temperature Rating: 500 to 575 F
    • Temperature Classification: Ultra High
  15. Safety Through Design
  16. Severity
  17. Prevention Trough Design
  18. Hierarchy of Controls
  19. Helmet Type
    Class E
    This is equivalent to the old Class B. Class E helmets are proof tested at 20,000 volts.
  20. Helmet Type
    Class G
    This is equivalent to the old Class A. Class G helmets are proof tested at 2,200 volts.
  21. Helmet Type
    Class C
    This class provides no electrical insulation; the alpha designation did not change from the old standard.
  22. Class I
    Division 1
    • Gas, Vapor, Liquid
    • Normal Conditions
  23. Class I
    Division 2
    • Gas, Vapor, Liquid
    • Abnormal Conditions
  24. Class II
    Division 1
    • Dust
    • Normal Conditions
  25. Class II
    Division 2
    • Dust
    • Abnormal Conditions
  26. Class III
    Division 1
    • Fibers and Flyings
    • Normal Conditions
  27. Class III
    Division 2
    • Fibers and Flyings
    • Abnormal Conditions
  28. Authorized Employee
    An employee who is qualified to lock out machinery and perform maintenance.
  29. Affected Employee
    An employee who normally works on or near a machine that must be locked out for maintenance.
  30. Means Of Egress
    A means of egress is a continuous and unobstructed way of exit travel from any point in a building or structure to a public way and consists of three separate and distinct parts: (a) the exit access, (b) the exit, and (c) the exit discharge.
  31. Electrostatic Precipitator
    is a particulate collection device that removes particles from a flowing gas (such as air) using the force of an induced electrostatic charge. Electrostatic precipitators are highly efficient filtration devices that minimally impede the flow of gases through the device, and can easily remove fine particulate matter such as dust and smoke from the air stream.[
  32. Wet Scubber
    a variety of devices that remove pollutants from a furnace flue gas or from other gas streams. In a wet scrubber, the polluted gas stream is brought into contact with the scrubbing liquid, by spraying it with the liquid, by forcing it through a pool of liquid, or by some other contact method, so as to remove the pollutants.
  33. Bag House
  34. Stack Scrubber
  35. National Safety Council
    Accident Investigation Procedure
    • Provide information needed to determine injury rates, id trends or problem areas, permit comparisions and satisfy workers comp requirements
    • ID without placing blame the basic causal factors that contribute directly or indirectly to each accident
    • ID deficiencies in management systems
    • Suggest corrective actions for the incident
    • Suggest corrective actions to the management system
  36. Light Duty Scaffold
    Load Limits
    OSHA
    25 lbs. per square foot applied uniformly over the entire span area
  37. Medium Duty Scaffold
    Load Limits
    OSHA
    50 lbs. per square foot applied uniformly over the entire span area
  38. Heavy Duty Scaffold
    Load Limits
    OSHA
    75 lbs. per square foot applied uniformly over the entire span area
  39. Sound Level Meter
    measure sound pressure level and are commonly used in noise pollution studies for the quantification of almost any noise, but especially for industrial, environmental and aircraft noise. However, the reading given by a sound level meter does not correlate well to human-perceived loudness; for this a loudness meter is needed.
  40. Personal Noise Dosimeter
    a specialized sound level meter intended specifically to measure the noise exposure of a person integrated over a period of time; usually to comply with Health and Safety regulations such as the Occupational Safety and Health (OSHA) 29 CFR 1910.95 Occupational Noise Exposure Standard
  41. Types of NEC allowable grounding electrode systems
    • Metal underground water pipe
    • Building steel
    • Ufer Grounds (concrete encased)
    • Ground rings

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