Ammonia Refrigeration - OSHA Plant Safety Checklist

Use this Ammonia Refrigeration - OSHA Plant Safety Checklist to ensure secure operations, prevent leaks, and maintain compliance in your refrigeration facility.

Ammonia Refrigeration - OSHA Plant Safety Checklist



Ammonia Refrigeration

1. Are all employees properly trained?


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2. Are all personnel assigned to work with anhydrous ammonia capable of working in a hazardous area?


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3. Are goggles used by all persons handling anhydrous ammonia?


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4. Are ammonia-resistant gloves used by all persons handling anhydrous ammonia?


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5. Is a safety water tank or an approved deluge shower available?


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6. Is a "First Aid Water" decal on the safety tank or shower?


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7. Are rain suits or slickers available?


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8. Are boots available?


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9. Are two full-face masks available?


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10. Are canisters current?


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11. Are two self-contained air masks available for emergencies?


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12. Are safety belts and lifelines available?


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13. Is an approved first aid kit available?


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14. Are fire extinguishers in good condition?


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15. Have the local emergency authorities been trained in handling anhydrous ammonia emergencies?


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16. Are emergency telephone numbers conspicuously posted?


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17. Are storage tanks approved for anhydrous ammonia?


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18. Is the paint on storage tanks in good condition?


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19. Are the "Caution-Ammonia" or "Anhydrous Ammonia" decals in place?


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20. Are the "Warnings" and "First Aid" decals in place?


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21. Are "Wear Your Goggles" decals located throughout the work area?


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22. Are all valves, and like equipment, approved for anhydrous ammonia?


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23. Are the liquid and vapor valves properly identified?


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24. Are excess flow checks in all openings where required


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25. Are relief valves checked and replaced regularly?


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26. Are all relief valves capped?


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27. Is all piping done with schedule 80, black pipe (no galvanized or brass)?


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28. Are all hoses labeled for anhydrous ammonia?


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29. Are all hoses and pipes equipped with relief valves where needed?


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30. Are hoses inspected regularly and changed when age or condition is required?


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31. Are transfer connection areas (transport stubs, loading stations, and so on) marked "Caution-Ammonia" or "Anhydrous Ammonia"?


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32. Is there an automatic backcheck in the transport liquid line?


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33. Are wheel chocks for nurse tanks, motor transports, and rail cars available?


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34. Are "Stop-Tank Car Connected" signs available and in use?


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35. Is the site clean and well-kept?


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