Flammable Liquids

Flammable Liquids are liquids that have flashpoints at or below 199.4 degrees Fahrenheit. 

Examples of Flammable Liquids are: 

- Oil 

- Gas 

- Solvents 

- Kerosene 

All work involved in handlings flammable liquids understand correct handling and storage requirements.  

Safety Cans: 

- Need to be approved container of 5 Gallons of less 

- Must have spring closing lid and spout cover, which safety relieves internal pressure when exposed to fire 

- Should have flame arrestors or filters in place


Storage Cabinets: ​

- Must have 2-inch vent 

- Must have 2 inch raised leak proof sill 

- Must have a continuous hinge 

- Marked Correctly 

have a three-point lock 

Safe Work Practices: 

- Keep Flammable liquid storage areas free of open flames, hot work, smoking, and heat producing devices 

- Use Flammable liquid containers only for their designated liquid - do not intermix containers 

- Keep Flammable liquid containers closed when not in use 

​ - Always use the proper cap on containers (never use a rag in place of a lost cap) 

- Only store compatible materials in the same room with flammable liquids 


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