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Hazardous Materials Storage Requirements

Labeling
  1. Label all hazardous materials containers with the identity of the material(s) they contain and the appropriate hazardous warnings (e.g. flammable, corrosive, toxic, etc)

    8 CCR 5194(f); SCCO B11-271(a)(1)


Separation of incompatible Materials
  1. NEW – Chemical Incompatibility guide

    Incompatible materials must be separated both in their primary and secondary containment

    SCCO B11-286(e)


Secondary Containment
  1. Provide secondary containment (e.g. impermeable tray) that is constructed of material that will not be structurally weakened from contact with the hazardous materials or large enough to contain either the 110% of the volume of the primary container, if holding a primary container or the larger of 150% of the volume of the larger primary container

    SCCO B11-286(c)(2)


Monthly inspections of hazardous materials storage
  1. inspect using the BioRAFT application or the paper version. Fix any issues within 30 days and document the correction. Paper records must be kept on-site for three years.

    SCCO B11-286(c)(2)


Emergency Response Equipment
  1. Maintain spill kits on-site

    SCCO B11-293


Chemical Inventory maintained in ChemTracker 4
  1. Maintain an accurate chemical inventory in ChemTracker 4

    SCCO B11-289 B11-313


Life Safety Boxes
  1. Emergency Procedures must be posted in locations where hazardous materials are stored

    SCCO B11-294



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