Chapter 2 Buildings and Facilities

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 2 Dr. Qingsheng Wang Oklahoma State University Removing hazards rather than adding protective equipment Major considerations a. Design of workplace b. b. Compliance with Codes and Standards Compliance with Codes and Standards c. Size, shape, and type of facilities d. Safety procedure and fire protection standards Location, Climate, and Terrain Prevailing winds Space Requirement a. Minimum distance b. Size of site c. Parking lots d. Disposal areas Enclosures and Entrance Shipping and Receiving Roadways and Walkways Parking Lots Waste Disposal Confined Spaces (29 CFR 1910.146) Not designed for continuous human occupancy Potential hazards Permit with training Rescue team Storage of Explosives or Flammable Liquid Computer Simulation Aisles Be kept clear of hazardous obstructions Be appropriately marked Electrical Equipment (NFPA 70) HVAC (NFPA 90A) General lighting Supplementary lighting Emergency lighting HAZWOPER Minimum Illumination Intensities in Footcandles Footcandles Area or operations 3 Excavation and waste areas , access ways, active storage areas, loading platforms, refueling and field maintenance areas 5 Indoors: warehouse, corridors, hallways, and exit ways 5 Tunnels, shafts, and genera underground work areas; Mine Safety and Health Administration approved cap lights shall be acceptable for use in the tunnel heading. 10 General shops (e.g., mechanical and electrical equipment rooms, active storerooms, barracks or living quarters, locker or dressing rooms, dining areas, and indoor toilets and workrooms) 30 First-aid stations, infirmaries, and offices OSHA and ANSI Color Code Yellow Green Black and white Orange Blue Page 65, Table 2-C Platform Ramps (slope) Fig 2-10 A slope should never exceed 20 degrees Stairways (<50 degrees) Ladders (75-90 degrees) Exits or Egress...
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