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Global Service Training. Compressed Air Safety Training Module Tristan Blanchard October 2007. Issue 2. Featuring….. MR T. (Guess Who !! ). Compressed Air Safety. The Following Presentation is a Guide to Your Safety !!

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Global Service Training

Compressed Air Safety

Training Module

Tristan Blanchard October 2007

Issue 2



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Compressed Air Safety )

  • The Following Presentation is a Guide to Your Safety !!

  • You are obliged by law to understand and adhere to national and local safety legislation and regulations.


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Safety First !!! )

  • CAUTION:

  • Work on a compressor unit must only be carried out by authorized service personnel who are fully trained and competent in:

  • The Compressor

  • The Compressed Air System

  • The Electrical System


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Hot Surfaces )

  • Compressors can operate at temperatures

  • in excess of 200°C !!!

  • Beware of HOT Surfaces

  • Beware of HOT Oil

  • Beware of HOT Cooling Water


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Compressed Air Safety )

  • Pneumatic Safety

  • Electrical Safety

  • Safety Attire

  • Safe Working Practice

  • Site Safety Rules

  • General Safety

  • Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Chemical Safety

Let’s look at each individually….


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1 )Pneumatic Safety

  • Isolate Compressor From System

  • Depressurize Compressor and Pipe Work

  • Check Compressor Pressure Gauge


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It is advisable to use an Isolation Notice so people are aware that work is being carried out.

Pneumatic Safety

  • Isolate Compressor From System


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Pneumatic Safety aware that work is being carried out.

2. Depressurize Compressor and Pipe Work


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1 Pneumatic Safety aware that work is being carried out.

  • Check that compressor pressure gaugereads zero


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1 Pneumatic Safety aware that work is being carried out.

  • Beware !!!

  • Air Exhausting to Atmosphere can be Dangerous….

  • Direct Discharge Air Away from the Unit & Operator

  • Clear Area of any Flying Hazards Before Discharge

  • Use Hearing Protection During Any Depressurization

  • Follow All Site / Local Regulations


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2 Electrical Safety aware that work is being carried out.


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Only when absolutely necessary should any testing be performed with the power on. Use extreme care !

Never work on a powered or running unit alone!

2 Electrical Safety

  • Isolate From Main Supply

  • Remove Fuses

  • Lock Out

  • Test For Incoming Power


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2 Electrical Safety performed with the power on. Use extreme care !

Isolate from Main SupplyIsolate the compressor unit from the main power supply.


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2 Electrical Safety performed with the power on. Use extreme care !

Remove FusesAs an extra safety measure, remove fuses from the power supply to the compressor (and keep safely in your pocket).


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It is advisable to use an Isolation Notice so people are aware that work is being carried out.

2 Electrical Safety

Lock Out….Isolate the compressor’s power supply at the main board.Cover and lock the isolation box to prevent someone inadvertently switching supply back on whilst work is in progress or the unit is unsafe to use.


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2 Electrical Safety aware that work is being carried out.

Test for Incoming Power….Double check that the main supply terminals to the machine are not live before proceeding with any work.You may be 100% sure that supply has been isolated, but mistakes can occur from time to time. Get into the habit of double checking that the machine is safe to work on as high voltages can kill. It’s not worth the risk !!!


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

  • Safety Footwear

  • Gloves

  • Hard Hat

  • Ear Defenders

  • Safety Glasses

  • Coveralls

  • Reflective Vest / Jacket


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

  • It is recommended that protective footwear is worn at all times to protect toes / feet from falling objects

Protective Footwear


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

  • It is recommended that protective gloves / latex gloves (where appropriate) are worn at all times to protect hands from injury / infections

GlovesHand Protection


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

Hard Hats Head Protection

  • It is recommended that hard hats / bump hats are worn at all times to protect the head from falling objects or low level hazards


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

Ear DefendersHearing Protection

  • In noisy environments… it is recommended that ear defenders / ear plugs are worn at all times to protect your hearing


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

Safety Glasses Eye Protection

  • It is recommended that safety glasses are worn at all times to protect your eyes


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

  • While on any site, it is recommended that a coverall be worn

T.B

Coveralls


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3 Safety Attire aware that work is being carried out.

  • While on any site, it is recommended that a reflective item, such as a reflective jacket or vest, is worn

Reflective Jacket / Vest


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4 Safe Working Practices…. aware that work is being carried out.

  • Use Correct Tools

  • Calibrated Equipment

  • Lifting Equipment


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4 Safe Working Practices…. aware that work is being carried out.

Always use correct tools for the jobUsing incorrect tools can damage components and make further maintenance difficult and costly.e.g.Always use correctly sized spanners, never use grips or adjustable spanners.


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4 Safe Working Practices…. aware that work is being carried out.

Always use equipment that has been correctly tested and calibrated.Using un-calibrated equipment may give false readings which could give rise to inaccurate fault diagnoses.


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4 Safe Working Practices…. aware that work is being carried out.

Where required always use suitablelifting equipmentMake sure that:-Items being lifted are well securedThe lifting equipment and tackle is in good order and capable of lifting the item.Nobody, including yourself, stands too close or beneath items that are lifted.


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5 Site Safety Rules aware that work is being carried out.

  • Observe All Posted Signs and Notices


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6 General Safety…. aware that work is being carried out.

  • If testing is required with unit running:-

  • Ensure all guards are in place.

  • Be aware of any items that may come in contact with moving parts.

  • Don’t wear long hanging cloths, neck ties

  • Do not play with compressed air

  • Do not point air hoses at anyone

  • Do not use compressed air to blow dirt from clothing


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6 General Safety…. aware that work is being carried out.

  • Check Security and Condition of Air Hoses

  • Check Security and Condition of Electrical Cables

  • Protect yourself from Noise and Vibration from Air Tools

  • Remove ‘SLIP HAZARDS’: Clean Up………

  • Oil Spills / Oil Leaks / Water Leaks / Condensate

  • Tie back long hair

  • Beware of Loose Clothing e.g.… Tie !!

  • Walk Don’t Run !!

  • Beware of Trip Hazards

  • Beware of Low Level Bump Hazards

  • Beware of Heavy Lifting


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • The following slides give brief descriptions of some of the most commonly used safety signs on CompAir compressors.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Attention:

  • Only lubricate the system while the motor is running. For further details, see the operating instructions


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Warning:

  • Don’t attempt any servicing / maintenance without reading the manual first.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Attention:

  • Replace oil filter cartridge after approximately 100 operating hours. For further details, see the operating instructions.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Caution:

  • Hot Surfaces, Do Not Touch


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Caution:

  • Hot and dangerous exhaust fumes


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Warning:

  • Check and, if required, re-tighten connection terminals. For further details, see the operating instructions.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Earthing Point


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • WarningPressurized part or system


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Warning:

  • Risk of electric shock


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Warning:

  • The system continues to run for 30 seconds after pressing the ‘O’-Key


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Warning:

  • This system can start up by means of a remote control or automatically after a power failure.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Caution:

  • Pressure Vessel


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Warning:

  • General Warning


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Warning:

  • Rotating Machinery


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Do not re-engage starter until all moving parts are stationary


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Never attempt to operate the machine without the safety device mounted.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Carefully read the operating manual before commissioning or servicing this compressor.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Never operate the unit with open doors or loose access panels


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Never breathe in compressed air from this system


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Caution:

  • Vessel is pressurized


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Caution:

  • Do not start machine until……

  • Usually accompanied with another graphic


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Wait at least half an hour before proceeding


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Condensate drain from after-cooler or from after-cooler with subsequent filtering.


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Sound levels:- (needs checking )

  • There are two action levels for continuous noise:-

  • Ear protection should be provided if requested when noise levels are between 80-85 dB(A)

  • Ear protection must be provided and their use enforced for anyone exposed to noise levels above 85dB(A)


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Safety relief valve setting


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Tie down point


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Lifting point


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Fork Lift points


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Protect the generator from moisture.

  • Do not clean with a Water / Vapor jet


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7 aware that work is being carried out. Read and Understand All Warning Labels

  • Bleed water from the pressure vessel after every 24 operating hours or if the water ratio is too high.


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8 aware that work is being carried out.Chemical Safety

  • When required to handle chemicals and oils, refer to the manufacturers material safety data information (MSDS)


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PLEASE REMEMBER TO BE SAFETY CONSCIENTIOUS AT ALL TIMES…. aware that work is being carried out.

Mr T. Says … Be careful out there

T.B.


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Global Service Training aware that work is being carried out.

Compressed Air Safety

Training Module

Tristan Blanchard October 2007

T.B.


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