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   Abrasive Blasting and Spray Painting Safety GM-11-031-13 Version No. 11.0 Page 1 of 9 Document last modified: 14 December 2010. PDF created: 01 February 2011. This is a Controlled Document that complies with CSBP Ltd formatting and Quality Control guidelines. Please check that this is the latest available version before use. Title: ABRASIVE BLASTING AND SPRAY PAINTING SAFETY Number: GM-11-031-13 Owner: Bill Tregear Authoriser: David Zacher Version Details: Document Owner & Authoriser changed. Complete rewrite of document placing heavy emphasis on Worksafe Codes of Practice. TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.   INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................2   2.   REFERENCE DOCUMENTS.................................................................................................2   2.1   REGULATIONS AND CODES OF PRACTICE.................................................................2   2.2   CSBP STANDARDS AND GUIDES...................................................................................2   2.3   NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMISSION PUBLICATIONS 3   2.4   AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS.............................................................................................3   3.   GENERAL REQUIREMENTS...............................................................................................3   3.1   EQUIPMENT........................................................................................................................3   3.2   COMPRESSED AIR.............................................................................................................3   3.3   JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA).........................................................................................3   3.4   WORK PERMITS.................................................................................................................3   3.5   PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)...............................................................4   3.6   PROTECTION OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENT.................................................................4   3.7   HIGH PRESSURE WATER BLASTING.............................................................................4   4.   ABRASIVE BLASTING...........................................................................................................4   4.1   ASBESTOS...........................................................................................................................4   4.2   LEAD-BASED PAINT.........................................................................................................4   4.3   BLASTING TEAM...............................................................................................................5   4.4   CONTROLS..........................................................................................................................5   5.   SPRAY PAINTING..................................................................................................................7   5.1   MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS...............................................................................7   5.2   WARNING SIGNS...............................................................................................................7   5.3   OVERSPRAY.......................................................................................................................7   5.4   VENTILATION....................................................................................................................8     Abrasive Blasting and Spray Painting Safety GM-11-031-13 Version No. 11.0 Page 2 of 9 Document last modified: 14 December 2010. PDF created: 01 February 2011. 5.5   CONTROLS..........................................................................................................................8   1.   INTRODUCTION Worksafe Codes of Practice for Abrasive Blasting and Spray Painting contain extensive safety information applicable to these tasks. Compliance with all the safety precautions described in these Codes of Practice is required for all spray painting and abrasive blasting carried out on CSBP facilities. This guide manual describes the control measures and safe working requirement that are specific to CSBP's facilities and must be read in conjunction with the Worksafe Codes of Practice. In some cases, the requirements of this guide manual are more stringent than the Codes of Practice. All personnel directly involved in the work of spray painting or abrasive blasting shall read and understand the applicable Worksafe Code of Practice and this guide manual before commencing spray painting or abrasive blasting work. 2.   REFERENCE DOCUMENTS 2.1   REGULATIONS AND CODES OF PRACTICE Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996: Part 3, Division 9, Subdivision 4, “Spray Painting”. Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996: Part 3, Division 9, Subdivision 5, “Abrasive Blasting”. Worksafe Code of Practice for Spray Painting Worksafe Code of Practice for Abrasive Blasting Worksafe Code of Practice for Manual Handling 2.2   CSBP STANDARDS AND GUIDES DP-11-031-34 Biological Monitoring for Lead Exposure GM-10-020-04 Contractor’s Site Instructions GM-11-031-01 Personal Protective Equipment GM-11-031-03 Safe Working in Confined Spaces GM-11-031-11 Scaffolding, Planks and Ladders GM-11-031-18 Hydrojetting Safety GM-11-031-23 Take 5 and Job Safety Analysis Risk Assessment GM-11-031-39 Use of High Pressure Water Equipment   Abrasive Blasting and Spray Painting Safety GM-11-031-13 Version No. 11.0 Page 3 of 9 Document last modified: 14 December 2010. PDF created: 01 February 2011. GM-11-031-51 Work Permit System GM-11-031-52 Confined Spaces GM-11-038-04 Elevated Work Platforms 2.3   NATIONAL OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMISSION PUBLICATIONS NOHSC 1012 National Standard for the Control of Inorganic Lead at Work NOHSC 2015 National Code of Practice for the Control and Safe Use of Inorganic Lead at Work 2.4   AUSTRALIAN STANDARDS AS4361 Guide to Lead Paint Management Pt 1 : Industrial Applications AS 1715 Selection, Use and Maintenance of Respiratory Protective Devices. 3.   GENERAL REQUIREMENTS The following general requirements apply to both abrasive blasting and spray painting work. 3.1   EQUIPMENT All equipment including ladders, scaffold, compressors, electrical and pneumatic equipment shall be properly maintained, in good condition and used in strict accordance with any safety regulations applicable to that equipment. 3.2   COMPRESSED AIR Particular care must be taken when working with compressed air and air compressor equipment. Refer to CSBP Guide Manual Compressed Air Safety (GM-11-031-22). 3.3   JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS (JSA) Prior to the commencement of any abrasive blasting or spray painting operations, the personnel directly involved shall complete a JSA. A copy of the JSA shall be provided to the Responsible Officer for review and approval prior to commencement of the task. Refer to CSBP Guide Manual for Take 5 and Job Safety Analysis Risk Assessment (GM-11-031-23 )   for details. For large abrasive blasting or spray painting jobs where there may be a higher level of hazards, a Team Based Risk Assessment may be required. Refer to CSBP Guide Manual Team Based Risk  Assessment (GM -11-030-02 ) for details. 3.4   WORK PERMITS A CSBP Work Permit is required prior to the commencement of any abrasive blasting or spray painting work done on site. Work Permits will be issued in accordance with CSBP Procedure Work Permit System (  DP-11-031-51 ).   Abrasive Blasting and Spray Painting Safety GM-11-031-13 Version No. 11.0 Page 4 of 9 Document last modified: 14 December 2010. PDF created: 01 February 2011. 3.5   PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) All PPE used shall be an approved and acceptable quality complying with CSBP Guide Manual Personal Protective Equipment (GM-11-031-01) and appropriate for the task being performed. As required, the following PPE shall be used in addition to normal site protective equipment. ã   mono-goggles with elastic strap ã   full face shield fitted to hat ã   leather or rubber gauntlets ã   suitable full body cover, ã   hearing protection ã   blasting hood with breathing air supply ã   canister or other respiratory protection 3.6   PROTECTION OF PLANT AND EQUIPMENT Equipment such as electric motors, instruments, etc, shall be suitably protected to prevent possible damage caused by ingress of dust or overspray. All equipment labels, signs, instruction plates, etc that could be damaged by abrasive blasting or spray painting operations shall be covered while the work is in progress. 3.7   HIGH PRESSURE WATER BLASTING High pressure water blasting shall be carried out in strict compliance with the safety and operational requirements specified in the CSBP Guide Manual  Hydrojetting Safety (GM-11-031-18) and Use Of High Pressure Water Equipment (GM-11-031-39). 4.   ABRASIVE BLASTING 4.1   ASBESTOS Abrasive blast cleaning shall not be used on surfaces containing asbestos. Care must be taken to ensure that the blasting media stream from the blasting nozzle does not inadvertently hit any material containing asbestos which could release asbestos fibres. Where the risk of this has been identified, protective covers must be fitted over the asbestos material prior to work commencing. 4.2   LEAD-BASED PAINT Lead-based paint was commonly applied as a protective coating to steelwork in CSBP's facilities before about 1985. Removal of lead-based paint coatings requires special precautions to protect people and the environment. Lead-based paint is defined as a paint film or component of a coating system containing lead or lead compounds, in which the lead content (calculated as lead metal) is in excess of 1.0% by weight of the dry film.
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