OSHA Compressed Gas Cylinders Checklist

Use this OSHA Compressed Gas Cylinders Checklist to ensure safe handling and compliance of your gas cylinders, fostering a secure workplace environment.

OSHA Compressed Gas Cylinders Checklist



OSHA Compressed Gas Cylinders

1. Are cylinders clearly marked to identify their contents?


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2. Are cylinders stored where they cannot be damaged by passing or falling objects, and are they not subject to tampering by unauthorized persons?


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3. Are cylinders regularly examined for obvious signs of defects, deep rusting, and leakage?


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4. Is care used in handling and storage of cylinders, safety valves, relief valves, etc., to prevent damage?


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5. Is care taken to ensure that cylinders are not dropped or struck?


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6. Do cylinders without fixed wheels have keys, handles, or non-adjustable wrenches on stem valves when in service?


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7. Are liquefied gases stored and shipped valve-end up with valve-protection caps in place?


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8. Are valve-protection caps placed on cylinders when the cylinders are not in use or connected for use?


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9. Are valves closed before cylinders are moved when cylinders are empty, and at the completion of each job?


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10. Are empty cylinders appropriately marked, and are their valves closed?


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