Flammable solvents Static Resistivity - Conductive or Non Conductive

Flammable solvents  Static Resistivity 

Few of solvents their Resistivity in ohms/Sq. inch
Sino
Name of the Raw Material
Physical State
Resistivity
Ohms/Sq. Inch
Remarks
01
Toluene
Liquid
108
Static Dissipative
02
n-Hexane
Liquid
109
Static Dissipative
03
n-Heptane
Liquid
109
Static Dissipative
04
Cyclo Hexane
Liquid
108
Static Dissipative
05
Acetone
Liquid
105
Conductive
06
Ethyl Acetate
Liquid
107
Static Dissipative
07
1,4-Dioxane

Liquid
108
Static Dissipative
08
O-Xylene

Liquid
108
Static Dissipative

















1.103, 104, 10ohms-----------------------   Conductive
2.106, 107, 108, 10ohms-----------------------   Static Dissipative
3.1010, 1011         ohms-----------------------   Anti Static
      4.1012 & above ohms------------------------  Insulative



Footwear Safety Slogans

A safe boot is a secure boot. Tie it up.
A secure lace could save your face.
A steel toe takes a lot of wear and tear, but it still requires the proper care.
A sure-footed choice is proper footwear.
Always be straight-laced on the job.
An inch of prevention is worth a foot.
An untied lace may land you on your face.
Avoid foot woes; lace up those steel toes.
Avoid the crunch; wear safety footwear.
Avoid total loss - wear foot protection.
Avoiding slips, trips and falls, is a matter of taking the proper safety steps.
Be in the know; always wear steel toe.
Be on your toes; wear your safety shoes.
Be strait-laced about safety boots.
Be sure of what you wear. Foot protection is important.
Be sure your laces are tied or you may hurt more than your pride.
Before going on the site lace up tight!
Being light on your feet shouldn't mean losing your toes! Wear your safety boots.
Better to be laced up than face down!
Beware! Have the right pair!
Boot out unsafe acts - tie your laces.
Boot up with safety; they are the only feet you have.
Boots neatly tied protect your stride.
Boots with steel give your feet safety appeal.
Crushed toes; no safety shoes, I suppose.
Dangling laces create accident cases.
Do it right; tie 'em tight.
Do you have a firm grip on slips and falls?  Use your foot protection
Don't be caught singing the blues; put on your safety shoes.
Don't be in the wrong place, the wrong time, the wrong shoes.
Don't be one foot away from finishing your job; wear foot protection.
Don't cheat; protect your feet.
Don't get the compensation blues; always wear your safety shoes.
Don't leave any loose ties when it comes to safety.
Don't let laces be your downfall.
Don't slip up choose the right safety shoe.
Follow the path to safety; use your safety shoes.
Foot loose, laces free, could cause a catastrophe.
For feet's sake! Wear foot protection.
Get a grip on proper foot wear.
Get a leg up on steel toes.
Get safety off on the right foot with the proper Personal Protective Equipment.
Get your kicks by giving unsafe practices the boot.
Give accidents the boot.
Giving the boot to hazards in the workplace can be as easy as tying your shoelace!
Guard your feet - you have a lot riding on them.

Guess who's footing the bill for your injuries - you!

Driving Road Safety Quotations

Leave sooner, drive slower, live longer.
Normal speed meets every need.
The best drivers are aware that they must be beware
Stop accidents before they stop you.
Alert today – Alive tomorrow.
Anyone driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.
If you know you are driving to your death –would you still drive so fast?
You can’t get home, unless you’re safe.
Night doubles traffic troubles.
Hug your kids at home, but belt them in the car.
Safety is not automatic, think about it.
Slow down! Your family will be waiting for you.
Anyone driving slower than you is an idiot, and anyone going faster than you is a maniac.
Drive as if every child on the street were you own.
Road sense is the offspring of courtesy and the parent of safety
The best car safety device is a rear-view mirror with a cop in it.
Safe Driving, Saves Lives.
Mountains are pleasure if you drive with leisure
Stop accidents before they stop you!!
Drive with reason this holiday season.
Drive safety rules are your best tools
Driving faster can cause disaster.
Drive like hell and you will be there.
Know road safety, No injury. No road safety, Know injury.
Be alert! Accidents hurt.
Prepare and prevent, don’t repair and repent.
Have another day
Don’t watch her behind. Keep safety in mind!
Stay Alive – Think and Drive.
A driving tip for the day – yield the right of way.
Reckless driving just may be your ticket to some place out of this world!
Hit and run was meant for the ball field.
Driving like there’s no tomorrow is likely to produce that result.
Road safety is a state of mind, accident is an absence of mind.
Your destination is reward for safe driving.
Follow traffic rules, save your future.
Everything comes your way, if you are in the wrong lane.
Drive, don’t fly
Road safety is a cheaper & effective insurance.
Life don’t have Reset button. Drive safe.
Shining Bright Lights at each other is not Road Safety.
Follow traffic rules, save your future
Better Late than Never!
Better be Mister Late than to be Late Mister
Speed thrills but kills!
Look every way every day!
If you know you are driving to your death –would you still drive so fast?
While driving avoid phone or else your family will be left alone
Safety Starts with "S", Begins with "You"

Quality Motivational Quotes

  • Ø  Quality means doing it right when no one is looking. 
  • Ø  If you want a quality, act as if you already had it. 
  • Ø  Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort. 
  • Ø  It is the quality of our work which will please God and not the quantity. 
  • Ø  Quality has to be caused, not controlled. 
  • Ø  Even though quality cannot be defined, you know what quality is.
  • Ø  To affect the quality of the day, that is the highest of the arts.  
  • Ø  The quality of life is determined by its activities. 
  • Ø  Men of quality are not threatened by women of equality. 
  • Ø  Quality is a direct experience independent of and prior to intellectual abstraction
  • Ø  The quality of life is more important than life itself 
  • Ø  It is not the quantity but the quality of knowledge which determines the mind's dignity. 
  • Ø  "Product out the door...Quality out the window"    "Quality will always shine through"
  • Ø  Think Positive, Think Quality- a disaster is only an attitude away
  • Ø "Quality is a tree with lots of beneficial fruits like responsibility, talents, ownership, profits and happiness to everyone."
  • Ø "Quality is process of controlling the usage of quantity and thereby improving individual`s creative ability at work"
  • Ø  "Quality makes a human to be perfect at Home and at workplace around us."
  • Ø  SAVE A SLIP IN THE QUALITY BY SLIPPING ON THE  QUALITY GLOVES  AT Work
  • Ø  If you want a quality, act as if you already had it. 
  • Ø  Quality is never an accident; it is always the result of intelligent effort.
  • Ø  It is the quality of our work which will please God and not the quantity. 
  • Ø  Quality has to be caused, not controlled.
  • Ø  Even though quality cannot be defined, you know what quality is. 
  • Ø  The quality of life is determined by its activities.
  • Ø  Quality begins on the inside... and then works its way out.
  • Ø  When you're out of quality, you're out of The qualit business. .    
  • Ø  The way we communicate with others and with ourselves ultimately determines the quality of our lives.
  • Ø  Quality has to be caused, not controlled.
  • Ø  Associate yourself with people of good quality, for it is better to be alone than in bad company.
  • Ø  Even though quality cannot be defined, you know what quality is.
  • Ø  The quality of life is determined by its activities.
  • Ø  Men of quality are not threatened by women of equality.
  • Ø  Quality is a direct experience independent of and prior to intellectual abstractions.
  • Ø  Popularity is not an indication of quality.
  • Ø  The quality of a leader is reflected in the standards they set for themselves.
  • Ø  A society that puts equality...ahead of freedom will end up with neither equality nor freedom.
  • Ø  The quality of the imagination is to flow and not to freeze.
  • Ø  Your success will be affected by the quality and quantity of new ideas you suggest.
  • Ø  The most vital quality a soldier can possess is self-confidence.

The Hazards of Nitrogen Asphyxiation

Decrease in oxygen content can be caused by a failure/leak of the nitrogen vessel or transfer line and subsequent vaporization of the inter gas. Degrees of asphyxia will occur when the oxygen content of the working environment is less than 20.9% by volume. Effects from oxygen deficiency become noticeable at levels below ~18% and sudden death may occur at ~6% oxygen content by volume.

          Nitrogen makes up 78% of the air we breath; because of this it is often assumed that nitrogen is not hazardous.
          However, nitrogen is safe to breath only if it is mixed with an appropriate amount of oxygen.
          Additional nitrogen (lower oxygen) cannot be detected by the sense of smell.
          Nitrogen is used commercially as an inerting agent to keep material free of contaminants (including oxygen) that may corrode equipment, present a fire hazard, or be toxic.
          A lower oxygen concentration (e.g., caused by an increased amount of nitrogen) can have a range of effects on the human body and can be fatal if if falls below 10% 

Effects of Oxygen Deficiency on the Human Body

Atmospheric Oxygen
Concentration (%)
Possible Results
20.9
Normal
19.0
Some unnoticeable adverse physiological effects
16.0
Increased pulse and breathing rate, impaired thinking and attention, reduced coordination
14.0
Abnormal fatigue upon exertion, emotional upset, faulty coordination, poor judgment
12.5
Very poor judgment and coordination, impaired respiration that may cause permanent heart damage, nausea, and vomiting
<10
Inability to move, loss of consciousness, convulsions, death

Good Practices for Safe Handling of Nitrogen
Implement warning systems and continuous atmospheric monitoring of enclosures
          Continuously monitor for oxygen-deficient, toxic, or explosive atmospheres.
          Employ warning systems including flashing lights, alarms, and auto-locking entryways.
          Use personnel monitors to indicate low oxygen concentrations.
          Remember that the atmosphere can change over time.
Ensure ventilation with fresh-air in confined and enclosed areas.
          Maintain continuous forced draft ventilation with fresh air before job begins and through completion.
          Ensure that ventilation systems are properly designed, evaluated, and maintained.
          Use warning systems to alert personnel if the system fails.
Implement a system for the safe retrieval and rescue of workers
          Employees in confined spaces should wear equipment to facilitate retrieval, such as a body harness, anklets, or  wristlets, and a lifeline.
          Standby personnel must be present at all times and have constant communication with personnel inside.
          Personnel should not attempt rescue unless they are properly trained and equipped.    
Ensure the uninterrupted flow and integrity of breathing air
          Take steps to ensure that supplied air is not interrupted. Steps include having alternate sources of power for air compressors, inspecting and replacing air hoses, and restricting traffic in areas with supply hoses.
          Carry escape packs.
          Ensure the composition of supplied breathing air is correct.  Continuously monitor the air supply.
Prevent inadvertent mix-up of nitrogen and breathing air
          Ensure that personnel understand the reason for specific unique fittings on cylinders of different compressed gases. Do not fabricate “adapters” to defeat their purpose.
          Ensure that cylinders are clearly labeled.
          Use color coding to identify systems.
Develop and implement training programs for employees and contract personnel, including information on:
          Proper use of ventilation, retrieval, air monitoring, and air supply systems.
          Safe practices for confined space entry and rescue. Precautions to take when working around confined areas.
          Dangers of nitrogen enriched atmosphere and preventing mix-ups between breathing air and nitrogen.
          Implementing good hazard communication.

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