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Safety Poster- Basic Safety Culture Demands 

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Safety Poster- Work at Height in Hindi and Telugu language 

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Safety poster - Use Personal Protective Equipment in Telugu and English Language
Safety Poster-Use Personal protective Equipment in Telugu and Hindi Language



LPG handling Procedure

The following points to be followed by the operator while handling LPG gas cylinders.
o   Make sure the locking pin engages into the cylinder.
o   Make sure the valve is closed tightly.
o   Store the cylinder outside, in an upright position, in an area where it can                    be secured and is protected from being struck.
o   Put the cylinder down gently. Do not drop, dent or damage.
o   Always protect the valve from any damage
o   Wear protective gloves while making or breaking connections
o   Exchange removable cylinders outdoors or in well-ventilated areas, away                  from sources of ignition.
o   Close the valve before breaking connections.
Procedure for changing LPG gas cylinders:
§  Wear eye protection and insulated, loose fitting gloves such as leather                       (dry) or insulated neoprene..
§  Close the valve on the cylinder.
§  Run the engine until it stops. This ensures that the connection hose is                         empty.
§  Shut off the engine
§  Open the connecting nut and inspect valves for leaking. Do not use               metal tools.
§  Disconnect the hose
§  Disconnect the holding straps
§  Remove the empty cylinder
§  Replace with a full cylinder in the proper position
§  Connect the holding straps
§  Tighten the connecting nut (wiggle hose).
§  Open the valve on the cylinder slowly and check for leaks. Use solution                   of soap and water.  Smell--listen—look
§  If the valve leaks:
                        1st time - Tighten the nut and continue.
                        2nd time - Change the cylinder.
                        3rd time - Change the hose.
    
§  Open the valve fully (slowly).
§  Check that the hose is turned inward.
§  Secure the hose downward.
§  Secure the cylinder.
§  Start the engine and resume operation.
§  The LPG gas cylinder hose pipe has been changed once in every six              months
§  Do not use metal tools when changing a cylinder.
§  Do not use excessive force when opening valve.
§  Do not drag, drop, roll or slide cylinder or allow it to bang against other                     objects.
§  Do not use matches or a flame to check for leaks. Use soap or a leak                         detector.           


What is Fire load/ Fire Load Calculation

Definition of FIRE LOAD:
·        The weight of combustible material per square foot of floor space.

·        The combustible contents or interior finish of a building per unit floor area, often expressed as pounds per square foot or as Btu per square foot.

·        The amount of fuel within a building which has the potential of burning and releasing heat to feed the growth of a fire.

Fire load can be calculated as follows:-
Weight of material in Kg (mass) X Calorific value of the material - Answer in Kj
For example:
 1 tonne of propane @ a calorific value of 47.3 x 10 to the power of 3 Kj/Kg
                        = 1000 x 47.3 x 10 to the power of 3 = 47300 Kj
If you want to relate this to wood equivalent the formula is:-
mass x calorific value divided by the calorific value of wood, for example (with the calculation above):
1000 x 47.3 x 10 to the power of 3 divided by the C of wood (17.6 x 10 to the power of 3)
                         = 47300000 divided by 17600
                        = 2.7 tonnes (wood equivalent)

Calculating the Fire Loading of a Compartment
The fire loading of a compartment is a way of establishing the severity of a fire and the measurement (kj) is related to the heat output. As stated by Drysdale (1985) the formula for calculating the fire loading is noted as:

Calorific Value x Mass (or volume)       = Area Fire Loading Kj/m2
Floor Area


Information on the mass of materials should be obtained from a number of sources using different methods, these included: contacting the manufacturer, consulting information currently available at the location and using relevant standards. The classification of the fire load in each area should be shown using the above formula.