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LOC Worksheet for: Meter Readings: irritation long term adverse health death

CGI compare
meter
PAC 1 PAC 2 PAC 3
PID readings to
PAC’s to ppm ppm ppm
FID assess hazards
LEL tubes
not < edge of cold zone > immediate evacuation
ppm
listed Toxicity > shelter in place > SCBA required > consider Level A
listed

not above < edge of cold zone


listed 140 °F Toxicity > shelter in place > immediate evacuation
PAC ‘s PAC & > consider Level A
Flash below and the refers to < 10% LEL edge of cold zone > 50% LEL SCBA & FF turnouts
Flammability > 10% LEL protection > SCBA, required with thermal protection
Point ˚F 140 °F
LEL LEL
NO lines
YES

above Flammability > PAC 3 Do Not Enter


140 °F
& < PAC 1 cold zone begin to consider
Radiant Heat > PAC 1 > PAC 2 immediate evacuation Thermal Radiation &
Boiling below Flash > PAC 2 SCBA, FF turnouts
Point ˚F 140 °F Point ˚F not
listed
protection lines in place Overpressure Hazards

listed

Start liquid

Physical Toxicity < edge of cold zone


> shelter in place
> immediate evacuation
> SCBA required > consider Level A
Here State
PAC ‘s
and the
PAC
refers to
LEL
gas LEL NO
YES
Toxicity < edge of cold zone
> shelter in place > immediate evacuation
& < 10% LEL edge of cold zone > 50% LEL SCBA & FF turnouts > consider Level A
Flash Flammability > 10% LEL protection lines > SCBA, required with thermal protection
Point ˚F listed

not
listed
PAC
* Flammability > PAC 3 Do Not Enter
refers to
LEL
Radiant Heat < PAC 1 cold zone begin to consider
& > PAC 1 > PAC 2 immediate evacuation Thermal Radiation &
means the PAC iisting Overpressure > PAC 2 SCBA, FF turnouts
LEL listed is green, pink or red protection lines in place Overpressure Hazards
not
ppm listed

Time:
< edge of cold zone > immediate evacuation
Toxicity > shelter in place > SCBA required > consider Level A
Location:

Ambient
IP = Temperature = ˚F NIOSH Exposure Limits: IDLH = ppm NIOSH REL = ppm OSHA PEL = ppm 4/30/16 Dan Keenan