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    The storage and handling of liquid and liquefied polyfunctional isocyanates (Reconfirmed 2021)

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  06-03-2001

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS/NZS 4081:2001 THE STORAGE AND HANDLING OF LIQUID AND LIQUEFIED POLYFUNCTIONAL ISOCYANATES
    4 - PREFACE
    6 - CONTENTS
    8 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    8 - 1.1 SCOPE
    8 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    8 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    8 - 1.4 DEFINITIONS
    9 - 1.4.1 Access
    9 - 1.4.2 ADG Code
    9 - 1.4.3 Articulated loading arm
    9 - 1.4.4 Authority
    9 - 1.4.5 Boundary
    9 - 1.4.6 Bulk
    9 - 1.4.7 Bund
    9 - 1.4.8 Combustible liquid
    9 - 1.4.9 Combustible materials
    10 - 1.4.10 Compound
    10 - 1.4.11 Confined space
    10 - 1.4.12 Connector
    10 - 1.4.13 Container
    10 - 1.4.14 Dangerous goods
    10 - 1.4.15 Decant
    10 - 1.4.16 Drum
    10 - 1.4.17 Dwelling
    10 - 1.4.18 Exposure standard
    11 - 1.4.19 Fire point
    11 - 1.4.20 Fire resistance level (FRL)/fire resistance rating (FRR)
    11 - 1.4.21 Fire wall
    11 - 1.4.22 Flash point
    11 - 1.4.23 Hazardous area
    11 - 1.4.24 Hazardous substance
    11 - 1.4.25 Hot work
    12 - 1.4.26 Ignition source
    12 - 1.4.27 Incompatible
    12 - 1.4.28 Installation
    12 - 1.4.29 Intermediate bulk container (IBC)
    12 - 1.4.30 Material safety data sheet (MSDS)
    12 - 1.4.31 May
    12 - 1.4.32 Non-combustible
    13 - 1.4.33 On-site facility
    13 - 1.4.34 Package
    13 - 1.4.35 Packaged dangerous goods
    13 - 1.4.36 Packaging
    13 - 1.4.37 Packing Group (PG)
    13 - 1.4.38 Polyfunctional isocyanate (PFI)
    13 - 1.4.39 Port area
    13 - 1.4.40 Positive pressure breathing apparatus
    13 - 1.4.41 Primary (onshore) bulk storage installation
    14 - 1.4.42 Protected place
    14 - 1.4.43 Purge gas
    14 - 1.4.44 Restricted area
    14 - 1.4.45 Separation
    14 - 1.4.46 Shall
    14 - 1.4.47 Should
    14 - 1.4.48 Supplier
    14 - 1.4.49 Tank
    14 - 1.4.50 Tanker
    14 - 1.4.51 Transfer point
    15 - 1.4.52 Transport tank
    15 - 1.4.53 UN Number
    15 - 1.4.54 Vapour barrier
    15 - 1.4.55 Work permit
    15 - 1.5 PACKAGING
    15 - 1.6 MARKING (LABELLING)
    15 - 1.7 SECURITY OF STORAGE AREAS
    16 - SECTION 2 REQUIREMENTS FOR THE STORAGE AND HANDLING OF PACKAGES
    16 - 2.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    16 - 2.2 LOCATION OF STORE
    16 - 2.2.1 General
    16 - 2.2.2 Measurement of separation distances
    16 - 2.3 USE OF FIRE WALLS AND VAPOUR BARRIERS
    16 - 2.3.1 Conditions of use
    16 - 2.3.2 Construction of fire walls
    17 - 2.4 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PACKAGE STORES
    17 - 2.5 EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS FOR FILLING AND EMPTYING PACKAGES
    17 - 2.5.1 Filling equipment
    17 - 2.5.2 Ventilation system
    18 - 2.6 HANDLING PRECAUTIONS
    18 - 2.6.1 General
    18 - 2.6.2 Opening of packages
    18 - 2.6.3 Housekeeping procedures
    20 - SECTION 3 REQUIREMENTS FOR PRIMARY BULK STORAGE INSTALLATIONS
    20 - 3.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    20 - 3.2 BULK STORAGE SYSTEMS
    20 - 3.2.1 General requirements
    20 - 3.2.2 Tank design and construction
    21 - 3.2.3 Pipework
    21 - 3.2.4 Control of emissions
    21 - 3.2.5 Vacuum relief system
    22 - 3.3 LOCATION AND SEPARATION OF TANKS
    22 - 3.3.1 Separation
    22 - 3.3.2 Distances between tanks
    23 - 3.4 BUNDS AND COMPOUNDS
    23 - 3.4.1 General
    23 - 3.4.2 Design and construction
    24 - 3.4.3 Compound drainage
    25 - 3.5 TRANSFER FROM PRIMARY BULK STORAGE TO TRANSPORT TANKS OR TANKERS
    25 - 3.5.1 Pumps
    26 - 3.5.2 Provision for emergency stop or shutdown
    26 - 3.5.3 Control of vapour emissions
    26 - 3.5.4 Pipework
    26 - 3.5.5 Purging of loading hose
    26 - 3.5.6 Transfer points
    27 - 3.5.7 Transfer connections
    29 - SECTION 4 REQUIREMENTS FOR PROCESSING INSTALLATIONS
    29 - 4.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    29 - 4.2 BULK STORAGE SYSTEMS
    29 - 4.2.1 General
    29 - 4.2.2 Tanks
    30 - 4.2.3 Pipework
    30 - 4.3 TANK OVERFLOW COLLECTION SYSTEM
    30 - 4.3.1 Pipework
    30 - 4.3.2 Overflow tanks
    30 - 4.4 CONTROL OF VAPOUR EMISSIONS
    31 - 4.5 VACUUM RELIEF SYSTEM
    31 - 4.6 PRESSURE RELIEF SYSTEM
    32 - SECTION 5 OPERATIONAL AND PERSONNEL SAFETY
    32 - 5.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    32 - 5.2 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
    32 - 5.2.1 Operating procedures
    32 - 5.2.2 Control of entry
    32 - 5.2.3 Clear access
    32 - 5.2.4 Lighting
    32 - 5.3 CONTROL OF EXPOSURE
    32 - 5.3.1 Control strategies
    33 - 5.3.2 Isolation of processes
    33 - 5.3.3 Engineering controls
    33 - 5.3.4 Safe work practices
    33 - 5.3.5 Provision of safety information
    33 - 5.4 PERSONNEL SAFETY
    33 - 5.4.1 Medical examination
    33 - 5.4.2 Health considerations
    34 - 5.4.3 Personal hygiene
    34 - 5.5 PERSONNEL TRAINING
    34 - 5.5.1 Job knowledge
    34 - 5.5.2 Training
    34 - 5.5.3 Contractors
    34 - 5.6 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)
    34 - 5.6.1 General
    35 - 5.6.2 Types of personal protective equipment
    35 - 5.6.3 Care and maintenance of personal protective equipment
    35 - 5.7 SAFETY SHOWER AND EYE WASH
    35 - 5.8 FIRST AID
    36 - 5.9 PLACARDING
    36 - 5.9.1 Placarding of stores
    36 - 5.9.2 Safety information
    36 - 5.10 HOUSEKEEPING
    36 - 5.10.1 Site upkeep
    37 - 5.11 INSPECTION OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENT
    37 - 5.12 CONSTRUCTION AND MAINTENANCE WORK
    37 - 5.12.1 General
    37 - 5.12.2 Safety devices
    37 - 5.12.3 Routine work
    37 - 5.12.4 Work permit
    37 - 5.12.5 Preparation of work site
    38 - 5.12.6 Completion of work and commissioning
    38 - 5.12.7 Hot work
    38 - 5.12.8 Work inside a confined space
    39 - SECTION 6 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT
    39 - 6.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    39 - 6.2 PLANNING FOR EMERGENCIES
    39 - 6.2.1 Considerations when designing premises
    39 - 6.2.2 Emergency plan
    41 - 6.3 MANIFEST
    41 - 6.4 PLACARDING
    41 - 6.5 MANAGEMENT OF LEAKS AND SPILLS
    41 - 6.5.1 General
    41 - 6.5.2 Clean-up materials and equipment
    41 - 6.5.3 Actions for dealing with leaks and spills
    43 - SECTION 7 FIRE PROECTION
    43 - 7.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    43 - 7.2 FIRE HAZARDS
    43 - 7.3 FIRE PROTECTION MEASURES
    43 - 7.3.1 General
    43 - 7.3.2 Design
    44 - 7.3.3 Heat protection
    44 - 7.3.4 Compatibility
    44 - 7.3.5 Location
    45 - 7.3.6 Weather protection
    45 - 7.3.7 Labelling of firefighting equipment
    45 - 7.3.8 Fixed fire protection and detection systems
    45 - 7.3.9 Fire alarm systems
    46 - 7.3.10 Change of flash point or quantity
    46 - 7.4 PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
    46 - 7.4.1 General
    46 - 7.4.2 Special risks
    46 - 7.4.3 Maintenance
    46 - 7.4.4 Type and rating of fire extinguishers
    47 - 7.4.5 Limitations
    47 - 7.5 HOSE REELS
    47 - 7.6 FIRE HYDRANTS
    48 - 7.7 MONITORS
    48 - 7.8 AUTOMATIC SPRINKLER SYSTEMS
    48 - 7.9 PIPING AND PUMPING SYSTEMS
    48 - 7.9.1 Boost provision
    49 - 7.9.2 Fire pumps
    49 - 7.9.3 Spare parts
    49 - 7.9.4 Instructions
    49 - 7.9.5 System plans
    49 - 7.9.6 Strainers
    49 - 7.9.7 Identification of pipes and equipment
    50 - 7.10 WATER SUPPLY
    50 - 7.11 FIRE WATER RETENTION
    50 - 7.12 FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
    50 - 7.12.1 Package stores
    50 - 7.12.2 Indoor storage cabinets
    51 - SECTION 8 WASTE STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
    51 - 8.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    51 - 8.2 STORAGE OF WASTES
    51 - 8.3 WASTE MANAGEMENT
    51 - 8.4 PRE-DISPOSAL TREATMENT
    51 - 8.4.1 Pre-disposal treatment of PFIs
    51 - 8.4.2 Pre-disposal treatment of contents of leaking packages
    52 - 8.4.3 Pre-disposal treatment of packagings
    52 - 8.5 METHODS OF DISPOSAL
    53 - APPENDIX A - EXAMPLES OF COMMON POLYFUNCTIONAL ISOCYANATES
    54 - APPENDIX B - HEALTH HAZARDS OF POLYFUNCTIONAL ISOCYANATES
    54 - B1 GENERAL
    54 - B2 HEALTH HAZARDS
    54 - B2.1 Breathing of vapour, aerosols or dusts
    54 - B2.2 Contact with eyes
    55 - B2.3 Contact with skin
    55 - B2.4 Ingestion
    55 - B3 HAZARDOUS REACTIONS
    55 - B3.1 Reaction with water
    55 - B3.2 Fire
    55 - B3.3 Reaction with alkaline substances
    55 - B3.4 Reaction with rubber and plastics
    55 - B3.5 Reaction with metals
    56 - APPENDIX C - LIST OF REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    59 - APPENDIX D - FILLING AND EMPTYING OF PACKAGES
    59 - D1 FILLING OF PACKAGES
    59 - D2 EQUIPMENT AND SYSTEMS FOR EMPTYING PACKAGES
    59 - D2.1 Emptying by drum pump
    59 - D2.2 Pressure equalization of packages
    59 - D2.3 Emptying by decanting
    59 - D2.4 Disposal of empty packages
    60 - D3 PROCEDURE FOR EMPTYING PACKAGES
    60 - D3.1 Receipt of packages
    60 - D3.2 Items to be confirmed prior to emptying
    60 - D3.3 Procedure for emptying packages
    60 - D3.4 Leaking packages
    60 - D4 DEALING WITH SOIDIFIED OR FROZEN PFI IN DRUMS
    60 - D4.1 Detecting solidification
    61 - D4.2 Remedial action
    62 - APPENDIX E - TRANSFER OPERATIONS FOR PRIMARY BULK STORAGE
    62 - E1 GENERAL
    62 - E2 PRE-TRANSFER PROCEDURE
    63 - E3 TRANSFER PROCEDURE
    63 - E4 POST-TRANSFER PROCEDURE
    63 - E5 CLEARING TRANSFER HOSES OF PFI
    64 - APPENDIX F - VAPOUR SCRUBBING SOLUTION
    65 - APPENDIX G - FORM FOR VISITORS AND CONTRACTORS
    66 - APPENDIX H - MEDICAL EXAMINATION
    66 - H1 GENERAL
    66 - H2 MEDICAL EXAMINATION
    66 - H3 FREQUENCY OF MEDICAL EXAMINATION
    66 - H4 INITIAL MEDICAL EXAMINATION
    66 - H5 SUBSEQUENT AND PERIODIC EXAMINATIONS
    67 - APPENDIX I - EXAMPLE OF MEDICAL FORM
    68 - APPENDIX J - FIRST AID
    68 - J1 FIRST AID
    68 - J2 PERSONAL DECONTAMINATION
    69 - APPENDIX K - BIBLIOGRAPHY OF DOCUMENTS PROVIDING GUIDELINES ON THE PREPARATION OF EMERGENCY PLANS
    70 - APPENDIX L - INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED TO EMERGENCY SERVICES
    71 - APPENDIX M - DECONTAMINATION
    71 - M1 DECONTAMINATION OF SPILLAGES
    71 - M1.1 Procedure for decontamination
    71 - M1.2 Decontaminants for PFIs
    72 - M2 DECONTAMINATION OF A PACKAGING

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    Sets out requirements and recommendations for the safe storage and handling of polyfunctional isocyanates (PFIs). Advice is given on installation design, operations, personnel safety and waste disposal. Guidance on fire protection and emergency procedures is also provided.

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    This Standard sets out requirements and recommendations for the safe storage and handling of liquid and liquefied polyfunctional isocyanates (PFIs) (as defined in Clause 1.4.38), in packages, intermediate bulk containers (IBCs) and bulk. It applies to PFIs that are dangerous goods, as well as to PFIs that are not classified as dangerous goods.NOTES: 1 Appendix A provides examples of common PFIs and the various designations that are applied to them.2 Appendix B outlines the hazards of PFIs.3 PFIs are usually imported in bulk and may be packaged into smaller quantities for use by processors. PFIs are also imported as packages, usually with a nominal capacity of 205 L, but smaller packages are available.

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    Committee CH-009
    Document Type Standard
    Product Note Pending Revision indicates that as a result of the Aged Standards review process, the document needs updating. If no project proposal, meeting the quality criteria, is received within the 12 month timeframe, the document shall be withdrawn.
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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    First published as AS 4081-1993.Jointly revised and designated as AS/NZS 4081:2001. Originated as AS 4081-1993. Jointly revised and redesignated as AS/NZS 4081:2001.

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