TM 38-410 PDF

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G8, Gas, Poison, Flammable. Storage Arrangement. Storage aids for compressed gas cylinders should be noncombustible and should include steel edge protectors , frames and frame supports, separators, battens, and pallets. Cylinders of compressed gases should not be stored near readily ignitable substances or combustibles. Precautions should also be taken to ensure that cylinders are not stored near unprotected platform edges or in other locations where they are likely to be struck by heavy, moving objects or MHE.

Storage temperatures should not exceed oF. When stored inside, cylinders should not be stored near exits. Additional information may be found in: 1. Title 29 CFR, section DLAR This area is a general purpose storage area and should be used to store products that are classified as low hazard low risk materials. Hazard Considerations. For purposes of this chapter, it would be impossible to provide a detailed listing of all the products involved and the rationale for their classification as low hazard material.

Low hazard is generally assigned on the basis of physical and chemical properties of the material and a review of the constituents listed on the MSDS with consideration being given to the hazard manifested to personnel and the environment while in storage.

Such a decision relies on the professional judgment and experience of the person reviewing the relevant data and assigning the HCC.

Although not always regulated by DOT for transportation purposes, these materials sometimes contain constituents that could be hazardous under circumstances other than routine storage and handling. While these circumstances are considered in the decision process, the primary factor influencing the classification is how the material is stored within the DoD.

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