Publication Detail: P-72
Guideline for Removing Hazardous Material Containers During Repair and Maintenance of Cylinder Trucks and Trailers (Formerly SB-21)
Edition: 1
Published: April, 2017
Status: Available
Type: Standards and Specifications
Catalog group: Protection and Safe Handling
Size: 1 pages
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The Compressed Gas Association has determined that there is a need to provide guidelines for the removal of hazardous material containers during repair and maintenance of cylinder trucks and trailers. Each company using this recommended practice guideline shall ensure that the safety of its employees or agents is not jeopardized. This guideline does not address all possible scenarios of how work could be conducted, and it does not address liquid storage containers permanently affixed to cylinder trucks or trailers. See CGA SB-41.

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