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    The handling and transport of dangerous cargoes in port areas

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    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  11-16-2005

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    1 - AS 3846-2005 THE HANDLING AND TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS CARGOES IN PORT AREAS
    4 - PREFACE
    5 - CONTENTS
    8 - SECTION 1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    8 - 1.1 SCOPE
    8 - 1.2 APPLICATION
    8 - 1.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    8 - 1.4 DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
    8 - 1.4.1 ADG Code
    9 - 1.4.2 Administration
    9 - 1.4.3 Air draught
    9 - 1.4.4 Alcohol type concentrate (ATC)
    9 - 1.4.5 AMSA
    9 - 1.4.6 Aqueous film forming foam (AFFF)
    9 - 1.4.7 BC Code
    9 - 1.4.8 Berth
    9 - 1.4.9 Berth operator
    9 - 1.4.10 Bulk
    9 - 1.4.11 Bulk containers
    10 - 1.4.12 Certificate of fitness
    10 - 1.4.13 Certificate of test (test certificate)
    10 - 1.4.14 Chemical tanker
    10 - 1.4.15 Cold work
    10 - 1.4.16 Combination carrier
    10 - 1.4.17 Compatible
    10 - 1.4.18 Competent person
    10 - 1.4.19 Correct technical name
    10 - 1.4.20 Dangerous cargoes
    11 - 1.4.21 Dangerous goods
    11 - 1.4.22 Deck scupper
    11 - 1.4.23 Designated port officer
    11 - 1.4.24 EDIFACT
    11 - 1.4.25 Entry permit
    11 - 1.4.26 Firefighting support ship (FFS Ship)
    11 - 1.4.27 Firewall
    12 - 1.4.28 Flammable
    12 - 1.4.29 Flammable gases
    12 - 1.4.30 Flammable liquids
    12 - 1.4.31 Flash point
    12 - 1.4.32 Flexible hose
    12 - 1.4.33 Foam (firefighting foam)
    12 - 1.4.34 Foam concentrate
    12 - 1.4.35 Foam solution
    12 - 1.4.36 Freight container
    13 - 1.4.37 Gangway
    13 - 1.4.38 Gas
    13 - 1.4.39 Gas-free
    13 - 1.4.40 Gas carrier (tanker)
    13 - 1.4.41 Handling
    13 - 1.4.42 Harmful
    13 - 1.4.43 Hazardous area
    13 - 1.4.44 Hot work
    14 - 1.4.45 Ignition source
    14 - 1.4.46 IMDG Code
    14 - 1.4.47 IMO
    14 - 1.4.48 Inerted
    14 - 1.4.49 Intermediate bulk container (IBC)
    14 - 1.4.50 ISGOTT
    14 - 1.4.51 Liquefied gas
    14 - 1.4.52 Loading arm
    14 - 1.4.53 Low Specific Activity (LSA) material
    14 - 1.4.54 Marine orders
    14 - 1.4.55 MARPOL (MARPOL 73/78)
    15 - 1.4.56 Master
    15 - 1.4.57 Material safety data sheet (MSDS)
    15 - 1.4.58 May
    15 - 1.4.59 Multipurpose carrier
    15 - 1.4.60 Net explosive quantity (NEQ)
    15 - 1.4.61 NLS
    15 - 1.4.62 Oil tanker
    15 - 1.4.63 Ordinary berth
    15 - 1.4.64 Package
    15 - 1.4.65 Packing
    15 - 1.4.66 Packing Group (PG)
    15 - 1.4.67 Pipeline
    16 - 1.4.68 Port area
    16 - 1.4.69 Port authority
    16 - 1.4.70 Portable tank
    16 - 1.4.71 Practicable
    16 - 1.4.72 Proper shipping name
    16 - 1.4.73 Protected places
    16 - 1.4.74 QRA
    16 - 1.4.75 Regulatory authority
    16 - 1.4.76 Response time (on-site)
    17 - 1.4.77 Responsible person
    17 - 1.4.78 Restricted area
    17 - 1.4.79 Safe area
    17 - 1.4.80 Safety management system
    17 - 1.4.81 Shall
    17 - 1.4.82 Ship
    17 - 1.4.83 Should
    17 - 1.4.84 Skilled person
    17 - 1.4.85 SOLAS
    17 - 1.4.86 Span gas
    17 - 1.4.87 Special berth
    18 - 1.4.88 Subsidiary risk (subrisk)
    18 - 1.4.89 Surface contaminated object (SCO)
    18 - 1.4.90 Tanker
    18 - 1.4.91 Tanker berth
    18 - 1.4.92 Transport
    18 - 1.4.93 Transport Index (TI)
    18 - 1.4.94 Wire gauze
    19 - SECTION 2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    19 - 2.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    19 - 2.2 RISK ASSESSMENT, REQUIREMENTS AND PRECAUTIONS
    19 - 2.3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR DOCUMENTATION, MARKING AND PACKAGING OF DANGEROUS CARGOES
    20 - 2.4 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR PORTS, BERTHS AND SHIPS
    20 - 2.4.1 Road traffic management
    20 - 2.4.2 Security of port areas
    20 - 2.4.3 Training
    20 - 2.4.4 Trained personnel in attendance
    20 - 2.4.5 Personal protective equipment
    20 - 2.4.6 Entry into a confined space
    20 - 2.4.7 Safety showers
    20 - 2.4.8 Repair work and fire precautions
    21 - 2.4.9 Inspections and audits
    21 - 2.4.10 Precautions against smoking
    21 - 2.4.11 Communication
    22 - SECTION 3 ADVANCE NOTIFICATION
    22 - 3.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    22 - 3.2 ADVANCE NOTIFICATION
    22 - 3.3 PACKAGED DANGEROUS CARGOES
    22 - 3.4 BULK DANGEROUS CARGOES
    24 - SECTION 4 DANGEROUS CARGOES OF EXPLOSIVES OF CLASS 1
    24 - 4.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    24 - 4.2 COMPATIBILITY AND MIXED STOWAGE
    24 - 4.3 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    24 - 4.3.1 Handling and transport
    25 - 4.3.2 Deteriorated explosives
    25 - 4.3.3 Traffic management
    25 - 4.3.4 Lift trucks
    26 - 4.3.5 Customer's representative
    26 - 4.3.6 Electrical storms
    26 - 4.3.7 Emergency procedures
    27 - 4.4 REQUIREMENTS RELATING TO THE SHIP
    27 - 4.4.1 Requirements when the ship is at a berth
    28 - 4.4.2 Additional requirements when handling explosives
    28 - 4.5 ORDINARY BERTHS
    28 - 4.6 SPECIAL BERTHS
    28 - 4.6.1 General
    28 - 4.6.2 Selection of a special berth
    31 - SECTION 5 PACKAGED DANGEROUS CARGOES OF CLASSES 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8 OR 9
    31 - 5.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    31 - 5.2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    31 - 5.2.1 Maximum quantities delivered to and removed from a berth within 12 hours
    31 - 5.2.2 Other dangerous goods delivered to and removed from a berth within 5 days
    32 - 5.2.3 Class 5.1 PG I dangerous cargoes
    32 - 5.2.4 Class 5.2 material having a Class 1 subsidiary risk
    32 - 5.2.5 Dangerous cargoes of Class 6.2
    32 - 5.3 RESTRICTED AREAS
    32 - 5.4 SEGREGATION
    32 - 5.4.1 Maritime transport
    33 - 5.4.2 Road and rail transport
    34 - SECTION 6 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR AMMONIUM NITRATE AND CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE
    34 - 6.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    34 - 6.2 CLASSIFICATION OF AMMONIUM NITRATE AND CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE
    34 - 6.3 FUNDAMENTAL SAFETY
    34 - 6.3.1 General
    34 - 6.3.2 Ammonium nitrate
    34 - 6.3.3 Calcium hypochlorite
    35 - 6.4 QUANTITY LIMITS AT ORDINARY BERTHS
    35 - 6.5 LARGER QUANTITIES AT A SPECIAL BERTH
    35 - 6.5.1 General requirements
    36 - 6.5.2 Selection of a special berth
    36 - 6.5.3 Release of harmful gases in a fire
    37 - 6.5.4 Massive and uncontrollable fire on board ship
    37 - 6.6 REQUIREMENTS FOR HANDLING AMMONIUM NITRATE OR CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE AT A SPECIAL BERTH
    37 - 6.6.1 General
    38 - 6.6.2 Requirements relating to the ship
    38 - 6.6.3 Requirements relating to the special berth
    39 - 6.7 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
    39 - 6.8 AMMONIUM NITRATE AND CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE IN PACKAGES, INTERMEDIATE BULK CONTAINERS, FREIGHT CONTAINERS AND BULK
    39 - 6.8.1 General requirements
    39 - 6.8.2 Bulk shipments of ammonium nitrate (UN 1942)
    39 - 6.8.3 Ammonium nitrate based fertilizers in bulk on a ship
    40 - SECTION 7 DANGEROUS CARGOES OF DANGEROUS GOODS CLASS 7
    40 - 7.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    40 - 7.2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    40 - 7.3 EXPOSURE TO DANGEROUS CARGOES OF CLASS 7
    40 - 7.3.1 Introduction
    40 - 7.3.2 Dose limit
    40 - 7.3.3 Radiation monitoring
    41 - 7.4 TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS CARGOES OF CLASS 7
    41 - 7.4.1 General
    41 - 7.4.2 Restriction on Transport Index (TI)
    42 - 7.5 ONSHORE STORES AND AREAS FOR DANGEROUS CARGOES OF CLASS 7
    42 - 7.5.1 General requirements
    42 - 7.5.2 Separation from places frequented by persons
    42 - 7.5.3 Separation from other areas
    42 - 7.5.4 Separation between stacks
    42 - 7.5.5 Stack size
    43 - 7.5.6 Operational requirements for onshore special stores and areas
    43 - 7.6 STOWAGE ON BOARD SHIP
    43 - 7.7 HANDLING OF CLASS 7 DANGEROUS GOODS
    44 - 7.8 DAMAGE, SPILLAGE AND LEAKAGE
    45 - SECTION 8 BULK LIQUID DANGEROUS CARGOES, INCLUDING LIQUEFIED GASES
    45 - 8.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    45 - 8.2 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BULK LIQUID DANGEROUS CARGOES
    45 - 8.2.1 Preliminary precautions
    45 - 8.2.2 Documentation
    46 - 8.2.3 Provisions for access and escape
    47 - 8.2.4 Vessels nearby
    47 - 8.2.5 Moorings
    48 - 8.2.6 Readiness to move under own power
    48 - 8.2.7 Simultaneous ballast and cargo handling
    48 - 8.2.8 Handling of incompatible substances
    48 - 8.2.9 Operation of sea and overboard discharge valves
    48 - 8.2.10 Deck scuppers
    49 - 8.2.11 Fire and emergency alarm systems at tanker berths
    49 - 8.2.12 Operations
    50 - 8.3 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BULK FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS
    50 - 8.3.1 General
    50 - 8.3.2 Ship's tanks for flammable liquids
    50 - 8.3.3 Precautions
    51 - 8.3.4 Ship and berth fire hose connections
    51 - 8.3.5 Cleaning and gas-freeing of tanks
    52 - 8.3.6 Vehicles, vessels and equipment
    52 - 8.3.7 Precautions for the use of radar and radar equipment
    53 - 8.4 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BULK LIQUEFIED GASES
    53 - 8.5 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR BULK TOXIC OR CORROSIVE LIQUIDS, INCLUDING LIQUEFIED TOXIC GASES
    53 - 8.5.1 General
    54 - 8.5.2 Restrictions on simultaneous handling
    54 - 8.5.3 Warning notice
    54 - 8.5.4 Clearing of pipelines
    54 - 8.5.5 Cleanup of spills
    54 - 8.6 MULTIPURPOSE CARRIERS
    55 - SECTION 9 BULK SOLID DANGEROUS CARGOES
    55 - 9.1 SCOPE AND GENERAL
    55 - 9.2 INFORMATION FOR OPERATIONAL AND EMERGENCY PURPOSES
    55 - 9.3 EMISSION OF HARMFUL DUSTS
    55 - 9.4 COMBUSTIBLE DUSTS
    56 - 9.5 WATER-REACTIVE CARGOES
    56 - 9.6 OXIDIZING SUBSTANCES
    56 - 9.7 INCOMPATIBILITY
    56 - 9.8 SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECK LIST
    57 - SECTION 10 FIREFIGHTING RESOURCES
    57 - 10.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    57 - 10.2 FIRE HAZARDS
    57 - 10.3 FIRE PROTECTION MEASURES
    57 - 10.3.1 General
    58 - 10.3.2 Design and construction
    58 - 10.3.3 Heat protection
    58 - 10.3.4 Compatibility
    58 - 10.4 GENERAL FIRE PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS
    58 - 10.4.1 Location of firefighting equipment
    58 - 10.4.2 Special risk areas
    58 - 10.4.3 Maintenance of fire protection equipment
    59 - 10.4.4 Fire extinguishant limitations
    59 - 10.5 INITIAL RESOURCES FOR TANKER BERTHS
    59 - 10.6 WATER SUPPLY
    60 - 10.7 FIRE PROTECTION AND DETECTION SYSTEMS
    60 - 10.7.1 General
    60 - 10.7.2 Fire alarm systems
    60 - 10.7.3 Portable fire extinguishers
    60 - 10.7.4 Fire hose reels
    61 - 10.7.5 Fire hydrants
    61 - 10.7.6 Monitors
    61 - 10.7.7 Automatic sprinkler systems
    62 - SECTION 11 REPAIR WORK
    62 - 11.1 SCOPE OF SECTION
    62 - 11.2 IMMOBILISATION
    62 - 11.3 CLASSIFICATION OF REPAIRS
    62 - 11.4 HOT WORK PERMIT
    62 - 11.5 ENTRY PERMIT
    62 - 11.5.1 General
    62 - 11.5.2 Provision of entry permit
    63 - 11.6 FIRE PRECAUTIONS
    63 - 11.6.1 General
    63 - 11.6.2 Hazardous and restricted areas
    63 - 11.6.3 Notices
    63 - 11.7 COLD WORK PERMIT
    64 - APPENDIX A - REFERENCED DOCUMENTS
    68 - APPENDIX B - FIREFIGHTING SUPPORT SHIPS
    68 - B1 NUMBER AND CLASSES OF SHIPS
    68 - B2 OPERATIONS
    72 - APPENDIX C - QUANTIFIED RISK ASSESSMENT
    74 - APPENDIX D - SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY PLANNING
    74 - D1 EMERGENCY PLANS
    74 - D2 REVIEW OF EMERGENCY PLANS
    74 - D3 INFORMATION TO BE PROVIDED TO THE EMERGENCY SERVICES
    75 - D4 DOCUMENTS PROVIDING GUIDANCE FOR THE PREPARATION OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
    76 - D5 DOCUMENTS PROVIDING GUIDANCE FOR THE PREPARATION OF EMERGENCY PLANS
    77 - APPENDIX E - ENTRY INTO ENCLOSED SPACES ABOARD SHIPS
    77 - E1 INTRODUCTION
    77 - E2 DESCRIPTION
    77 - E3 DEFINITIONS
    77 - E3.1 Enclosed space
    77 - E3.2 Competent person
    78 - E3.3 Responsible person
    78 - E4 ASSESSMENT OF RISK
    78 - E5 AUTHORISATION OF ENTRY
    78 - E6 GENERAL PRECAUTIONS
    79 - E7 TESTING THE ATMOSPHERE
    80 - E8 PRECAUTIONS DURING ENTRY
    80 - E9 ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS FOR ENTRY INTO A SPACE WHERE THE ATMOSPHERE IS KNOWN OR SUSPECTED TO BE UNSAFE
    81 - E10 HAZARDS RELATED TO SPECIFIC TYPES OF CARGO
    81 - E10.1 Dangerous goods in packaged form
    81 - E10.2 Bulk liquid
    81 - E10.3 Solid bulk
    81 - E10.4 Oxygen-depleting cargoes and materials
    82 - E10.5 Fumigation
    82 - E11 CONCLUSION
    85 - APPENDIX F - COMPATIBILITY GROUPS AND CLASSIFICATION CODES FOR CLASS 1 DANGEROUS GOODS (Informative)
    86 - APPENDIX G - SHORE-BASED FIREFIGHTING RESOURCES FOR TANKER BERTHS
    86 - G1 APPLICATION
    86 - G2 WATERBORNE FIREFIGHTING SUPPORT
    86 - G3 FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS
    86 - G3.1 General
    86 - G3.2 Resources for combating a tanker fire
    89 - G4 FLAMMABLE GASES
    89 - G4.1 General
    89 - G4.2 Ship/shore manifold area
    90 - G4.3 Tanker fire combat
    91 - G5 FLAMMABLE CHEMICALS
    92 - APPENDIX H - LETTER ON ARRIVAL AT TERMINAL
    94 - APPENDIX I - EMERGENCY NOTICE
    96 - APPENDIX J - SHORE FACILITIES INTEGRITY STATEMENT
    97 - APPENDIX K - CARGO HANDLING PLAN
    101 - APPENDIX L - SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECK LIST FOR BULK LIQUIDS AND LIQUEFIED GASES*
    101 - L1 GUIDELINES
    101 - L1.1 Introduction
    101 - L1.2 Mutual safety examination
    102 - L1.3 Deviations
    102 - L1.4 Tank cleaning activities
    103 - L2 GUIDELINES FOR COMPLETING THE SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECK LIST PART A-BULK LIQUID GENERAL
    115 - L3 INSTRUCTIONS FOR COMPLETION OF SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECK LIST
    123 - APPENDIX M - APPLICATION FOR PERMISSION TO IMMOBILISE-TANKER
    124 - APPENDIX N - SIMULTANEOUS MULTIPLE HANDLING OF BULK LIQUID DANGEROUS CARGOES IN PIPELINES
    124 - N1 GENERAL
    124 - N2 ISSUES
    125 - APPENDIX O - CONSTRUCTION, INSTALLATION, TESTING, MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION OF PIPELINES, LOADING ARMS AND FLEXIBLE HOSES
    125 - O1 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
    125 - O2 ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
    127 - APPENDIX P - MULTIPURPOSE CARRIERS
    127 - P1 GENERAL
    127 - P2 EXEMPTION
    128 - APPENDIX Q - SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECK LIST FOR SOLID BULK DANGEROUS CARGOES*
    128 - Q1 GENERAL
    128 - Q2 INSTRUCTIONS
    135 - APPENDIX R - NOTIFICATION TO PORT AUTHORITY
    136 - APPENDIX S - HOT WORK PERMIT*
    138 - APPENDIX T - COLD WORK PERMIT*

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    Sets out requirements and recommendations for the handling and transport of dangerous cargoes in port areas, including facilities, berths and operations. Safety measures include repair work on ships and at shore installations, emergency procedures and fire protection.

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    This Standard sets out requirements and recommendations for the safe entry, presence, handling and transport of dangerous cargoes, as listed in the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG Code) and defined in Clause 1.4.20, within port areas. NOTE: The term "dangerous cargo" is synonymous with dangerous goods which is used in the UN Recommendations for the Transport of Dangerous Goods-Model Regulations.The purpose of this Standard is to provide minimum acceptable safety requirements for the handling and transport of dangerous goods at port facilities, including operating procedures, repair work, emergency planning and fire protection. It provides technical guidance that may assist in the handling and transport of dangerous cargoes in port areas in accordance with regulatory requirements. However, practices alternative to those set out in this Standard may be employed, provided that an appropriate level of safety, based on a documented risk assessment, can be maintained and demonstrated. Advice should be sought from the relevant regulatory authority.

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    Committee ME-081
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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    First published as AS 3846-1998.
    Second edition 2005. Originated as AS 3846-1998. Second edition 2005.

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    AS/NZS 1841.5:1997 Portable fire extinguishers - Specific requirements for powder type extinguishers
    AS 1674.2-2003 Safety in welding and allied processes - Electrical
    AS/NZS 61241.0:2005 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust General requirements
    AS 2106.3-2005 Methods for the determination of the flash point of flammable liquids (closed cup) Determination of flash/no flash - Rapid equilibrium closed cup method
    AS 2118.9-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems Piping support and installation
    AS 2118.4-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Residential
    AS 2106.5-2005 Methods for the determination of the flash point of flammable liquids (closed cup) Determination of flash/no flash - Closed cup equilibrium method
    AS/NZS 4745:2004 Code of practice for handling combustible dusts
    AS 2444-2001 Portable fire extinguishers and fire blankets - Selection and location (Reconfirmed 2021)
    AS 1674.1-1997 Safety in welding and allied processes Fire precautions (Reconfirmed 2016)
    AS/NZS 61241.4:2002 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Type of protection ‘pD’
    AS/NZS 60079.11:2000 Electrical apparatus for explosive gas atmospheres Intrinsic safety 'i'
    AS 4326-1995 The storage and handling of oxidizing agents
    AS/NZS 1841.2:1997 Portable fire extinguishers - Specific requirements for water type extinguishers
    AS/NZS 2106.1:1999 Methods for the determination of the flash point of flammable liquids (closed cup) Abel closed cup method
    AS/NZS 1841.6:1997 Portable fire extinguishers - Specific requirements for carbon dioxide type extinguishers
    AS/NZS 4360:2004 Risk management
    AS/NZS 2381.1:2005 Electrical equipment for explosive gas atmospheres - Selection, installation and maintenance - General requirements
    AS 2941-2002 Fixed fire protection installations - Pumpset systems
    AS 4265-1995 Wheeled fire extinguishers (Reconfirmed 2021)
    AS 2117-1991 Hose and hose assemblies for petroleum and petroleum products - Marine suction and discharge
    AS 2118.1-1999 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - General requirements
    AS 2885.1-1997 Pipelines - Gas and liquid petroleum - Design and construction
    AS 1697-2005 Installation and maintenance of steel pipe systems for gas
    AS 2885.3-2001 Pipelines - Gas and liquid petroleum - Operation and maintenance
    AS/NZS 61241.18:2005 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Protection by encapsulation 'mD'
    AS 2419.1-1994 Fire hydrant installations - System design, installation and commissioning
    AS/NZS 2865:2001 Safe working in a confined space
    AS/NZS 61241.10:2005 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Classification of areas where combustible dusts are or may be present
    AS 2118.2-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Wall wetting sprinklers (Drenchers)
    AS 1851-2005 Maintenance of Fire Protection Systems and Equipment
    AS 2118.10-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems Approval documentation
    AS 2106.6-2005 Methods for the determination of the flash point of flammable liquids (closed cup) Determination of flash point - Closed cup equilibrium method
    AS/NZS 61241.2.3:2000 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Test methods - Method for determining the minimum ignition energy of dust/air mixtures
    AS/NZS 61241.2.1:2000 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Test methods - Methods for determining the minimum ignition temperature of dust
    AS 2118.8-1997 Automatic fire sprinkler systems Minor modifications
    AS/NZS 61241.1:2005 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Protection by enclosures ‘tD’
    AS 2885.4-2003 Pipelines - Gas and liquid petroleum - Offshore submarine pipeline systems
    AS/NZS 2022:2003 Anhydrous ammonia - Storage and handling
    AS 2106.2-2005 Methods for the determination of the flash point of flammable liquids (closed cup) Determination of flash point - Pensky-Martens closed cup method
    AS 2118.6-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Combined sprinkler and hydrant
    AS 4214-2002 Gaseous fire extinguishing systems
    AS 2118.5-1995 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Domestic
    AS 2118.3-1997 Automatic fire sprinkler systems - Deluge
    AS/NZS 1221:1997 Fire hose reels (Reconfirmed 2020)
    AS/NZS 61241.2.2:2000 Electrical apparatus for use in the presence of combustible dust Test methods - Method for determining the electrical resistivity of dust in layers
    AS 2885.2-2002 Pipelines - Gas and liquid petroleum - Welding
    AS/NZS 1596:2002 The storage and handling of LP Gas
    AS/NZS 1850:1997 Portable fire extinguishers - Classification, rating and performance testing
    AS 1603.5-1996 Automatic fire detection and alarm systems - Manual call points
    AS/NZS 1841.4:1997 Portable fire extinguishers - Specific requirements for foam type extinguishers
    AS/NZS 1869:1996 Hose and hose assemblies for liquefied petroleum gases (LP Gas), natural gas and town gas
    AS/NZS 1768(INT):2003 Lightning protection
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