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29 CFR 1910.120(J)(1)(Viii) Where Major Spills May
Occur, A Spill Containment Program, Which Is Part Of
The Employer’s Safety And Health Program Required
In Paragraph (B) Of This Section, Shall Be Implemented
To Contain And Isolate The Entire Volume Of The
Hazardous Substance Being Transferred.
29 CFR 1910.22(A)(2) Floors In Your Workplace
Should Be “...Maintained In A Clean And, So Far As
Possible, A Dry Condition.”
29 CFR 1910.107(B)(3) If Floors In A Spray Booth
Or Work Area Are Combustible, They “...Shall Be
Covered With Non- Combustible Material Of Such
Character As To Facilitate The Safe Cleaning And
Removal Of Residues.”
29 CFR 1910.120(J)(1)(Vii) U.S. Department Of Trans-
portation Specified Salvage Drums Or Containers
And Suitable Quantities Of Proper Absorbent Shall
Be Kept Available And Used In Areas Where Spills,
Leaks, Or Ruptures May Occur.
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