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AS 2714-2008 the storage and handling of organic peroxides

Standard Number:  AS 2714-2008
Title:  the storage and handling of organic peroxides
Language:  English
Replaced by Standard:  [db:ReplacedStandard2]

Publication Date:  2008/10/21
Adopted International Standard:  [db:AdoptedInternationalStandardNo]
Status:  Current
International Classification for Standards (ICS)ENVIRONMENT. HEALTH PROTECTION. SAFETY>>Protection against dangerous goods
Publisher:  Australia Standards(AS)
Price:  
Number of Pages:57P.;A4  

Description:This Standard provides requirements and recommendations for the storage, handling, dispensing and disposal of dangerous goods of Division 5.2 (i.e. organic peroxides of Types B, C, D, E and F), as classified in the UN Recommendations on the Transport of Dangerous Goods—Model Regulations and listed in the ADG Code. This Standard provides requirements for organic peroxides of Types B, C, D, E, and F. Organic peroxides of Types A and G are outside the scope of this Standard. Type A organic peroxides are not accepted by the ADG Code for transport in the packaging in which they are tested, because of their hazardous nature: specific requirements for the storage of such substances should be sought from the supplier and the regulatory authority. Type G organic peroxides are exempted from Division 5.2 in the ADG Code, due to their relatively low level of hazard.  
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Catalog:Document Contents
AS 2714-2008 THE STORAGE AND HANDLING OF ORGANIC PEROXIDES
PREFACE
CONTENTS
SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
1.1 SCOPE
1.2 APPLICATION
1.2.1 Where this Standard applies
1.2.2 Where this Standard does not apply
1.2.3 Application of sections
1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
1.4 DEFINITIONS
1.4.1 Access
1.4.2 ADG Code
1.4.3 Boundary
1.4.4 Bulk
1.4.5 Bund
1.4.6 Capacity
1.4.7 Class (of dangerous goods)
1.4.8 Compatible
1.4.9 Compound
1.4.10 Container
1.4.11 Control temperature
1.4.12 Dangerous goods
1.4.13 Decant
1.4.14 Division 5.2 organic peroxides
1.4.15 Emergency temperature
1.4.16 Environmentally sensitive area
1.4.17 Fire resistance level (FRL)
1.4.18 Ignition source
1.4.19 Incompatible
1.4.20 Installation
1.4.21 Intermediate bulk container (IBC)
1.4.22 Material safety data sheet (MSDS)
1.4.23 May
1.4.24 Minor storage
1.4.25 Non-combustible
1.4.26 On-site protected place
1.4.27 Organic peroxides
1.4.28 Package
1.4.29 Packaging
1.4.30 Packing Group (PG)
1.4.31 Pipework
1.4.32 Port area
1.4.33 Premises
1.4.34 Protected place
1.4.35 Public place
1.4.36 React dangerously
1.4.37 Regulatory authority
1.4.38 Restricted area
1.4.39 Screen wall
1.4.40 Self-accelerating decomposition temperature (SADT)
1.4.41 Separated, separation
1.4.42 Shall
1.4.43 Should
1.4.44 Subsidiary Risk (Subrisk)
1.4.45 Tank
1.4.46 Transit storage
1.4.47 UN Number
1.4.48 Work permit
1.5 CLASSIFICATION OF ORGANIC PEROXIDES
SECTION 2 MINOR STORAGE
2.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
2.2 MINOR STORAGE QUANTITIES AND PACKAGE SIZES
2.3 SAMPLE QUANTITIES
2.4 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR MINOR STORAGE
2.5 REFRIGERATED MINOR STORAGE OF ORGANIC PEROXIDES
2.5.1 General requirements and recommendations
2.5.2 Location of storage cabinet/refrigerator
SECTION 3 TRANSIT STORAGE
3.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
3.2 DELINEATION OF TRANSIT STORAGE AREAS
3.3 REQUIREMENTS FOR TRANSIT STORAGE
3.4 SEPARATION DISTANCES FOR TRANSIT STORAGE
SECTION 4 STORAGE AND HANDLING OF PACKAGES
4.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
4.2 TYPES OF PACKAGE STORES
4.3 RESTRICTIONS ON STORAGE
4.4 SEPARATION AND SEGREGATION
4.4.1 Organic peroxides having Subsidiary Risks
4.4.2 Separation of stores
4.4.3 Separation of organic peroxides
4.4.4 Segregation of organic peroxides
4.5 CONSTRUCTION
4.5.1 General
4.5.2 Ventilation
4.5.3 Spillage control
4.5.4 Control of ignition sources
4.5.5 Temperature control and refrigeration
4.5.6 Water supply
4.6 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INDOOR STORAGE CABINETS
4.6.1 Cabinet design and construction
4.6.2 Cabinet location
4.6.3 Cabinet marking
4.7 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR INDOOR OR ATTACHED STORAGE ROOMS AND COMPARTMENTS
4.7.1 Location
4.7.2 Construction
4.7.3 Ventilation
4.7.4 Spillage control
4.7.5 Racks
4.8 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ISOLATED STORAGE
4.8.1 Location of isolated stores
4.8.2 Ventilation
4.8.3 Spillage control
4.8.4 Racking
4.9 STORAGE OF IBCs
SECTION 5 DISPENSING OF ORGANIC PEROXIDES
5.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
5.2 GENERAL
5.3 MAXIMUM STORAGE QUANTITY
5.4 CONSTRUCTION
5.5 LOCATION
5.6 HANDLING TECHNIQUES
SECTION 6 OPERATIONAL AND PERSONNEL SAFETY
6.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
6.2 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
6.2.1 Security of storage areas
6.2.2 Control of entry
6.2.3 Clear access
6.2.4 Vehicular access in restricted areas
6.2.5 Lighting and ventilation
6.2.6 Control of ignition sources
6.2.7 Control of static electricity
6.2.8 Materials handling equipment
6.2.9 Checking of safety equipment
6.2.10 Safety information
6.2.11 Packages
6.3 PLACARDING
6.3.1 Placards and warning signs
6.3.2 Safety information
6.4 HOUSEKEEPING
6.4.1 Site upkeep
6.4.2 Package stores
6.4.3 Bunds and compounds
6.4.4 Doors and doorways
6.4.5 Management of leaks and spills
6.5 OPERATING PROCEDURES
6.5.1 General
6.5.2 Emergency procedures
6.6 EFFLUENT CONTROL
6.7 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE WORK
6.7.1 General
6.7.2 Routine work
6.7.3 Work permit
6.7.4 Preparation of work site
6.7.5 Completion of work and commissioning
6.7.6 Hot work
6.7.7 Work inside a confined space
6.7.8 Grass cutting
6.8 PERSONNEL TRAINING
6.8.1 General
6.8.2 Contractors
6.8.3 Refresher training
6.8.4 Hygiene
6.9 RECORDS
6.10 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
6.10.1 General
6.10.2 Types of protective equipment
6.10.3 Use of protective equipment
6.10.4 Care and maintenance of protective equipment
6.11 FIRST AID
6.11.1 First aid station
6.11.2 First aid procedures
SECTION 7 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
7.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
7.2 PLANNING FOR EMERGENCIES
7.2.1 Consideration in designing premises
7.2.2 Emergency plan
7.3 MANIFEST
7.4 PLACARDING
7.5 SAFETY INFORMATION
7.6 MANAGEMENT OF LEAKS AND SPILLS
7.6.1 General
7.6.2 Clean-up materials and equipment
7.6.3 Clean-up procedures
SECTION 8 FIRE PROTECTION
8.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
8.2 GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS
8.3 FIRE PROTECTION MEASURES
8.3.1 General
8.3.2 Indoor storage cabinets
8.3.3 Storage room or compartment
8.3.4 Isolated storage
8.4 FIREFIGHTING SQUAD
8.5 ACTION IN THE EVENT OF FIRE
SECTION 9 WASTE STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
9.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
9.2 WASTE STORAGE FACILITIES
9.3 ITEMS FOR DISPOSAL
9.3.1 Organic peroxides
9.3.2 Other items
9.4 PRE-DISPOSAL TREATMENT OF EMPTY CONTAINERS
9.5 CONSULTATION ON DISPOSAL METHODS
9.6 METHODS OF DISPOSAL
9.6.1 General
9.6.2 Chemical disposal
9.6.3 Dilution
9.6.4 Burning
APPENDIX A - PROPERTIES AND HAZARDS OF ORGANIC PEROXIDES
A1 CHEMICAL NATURE
A2 HAZARDS
A2.1 General
A2.2 Flammability
A2.3 Reactivity with other chemicals
A2.4 Sensitivity to heat
A2.5 Health hazards
APPENDIX B - LIST OF REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
APPENDIX C - GUIDELINES FOR OPERATING, CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
C1 INTRODUCTION
C2 OPERATING PROCEDURES
C3 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES
APPENDIX D - FIRST AID PROCEDURES
APPENDIX E - EMERGENCY PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT
E1 EMERGENCY PLANS
E1.1 Premises emergency plan
E1.2 Plan for use by emergency services
E1.3 Information to be provided to the emergency services
E2 DOCUMENTS PROVIDING GUIDELINES FOR THE PREPARATION OF EMERGENCY PLANS
  
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