NOTE - THE NOTED DISAPPROVED ITEMS MAY NOT CONSTITUTE A COMPLETE LIST OF VIOLATIONS. THE DESIGNER IS TO CONDUCT A COMPLETE RE-REVIEW OF THE PLANS FOR ADDITIONAL VIOLATIONS OF THE STANDARD COMMENTS AND INCORRECT INFORMATION PRIOR TO RESUBMITTING.
System plans must be picked up within 30 days. All system plans left longer than 30 days will be discarded as abandoned.
03208 NEVADA AV
||FYI||RESUBMITTED: The plans have been re-submitted, and the disapproved issues have been addressed as follows: APPROVED
**PLEASE NOTE** ALL COMMENTS FOUND ON PREVIOUS PLAN REVIEWS REMAIN ENFORCEABLE UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED IN THIS REVIEW.
PERMIT HP 25 SPRAYING & DIPPING
1) CHEMICAL INVENTORY AND CSFD TRIAGE FORM WAS RESUBMITTED WITH PLANS.
1-3 QUARTS = AUTOMOTIVE PAINTS BROUGHT ON SITE AND CONSUMED AT THE TIME OF PAINT PROJECT
1-3 QUARTS SOLVENT (PAINT THINNER) STORED AND USED ON SITE.
PAINT AND SOLVENT ARE STORED IN A METAL STORAGE CABINET
**** LESS THAN 10 GALLONS ON FLAMMABLE OR COMBUSTIBLE LIQUID ON SITE.
INSPECTOR SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS
THE CHEMICAL INVENTORY, AS DECLARED, DOES NOT EXCEED THE ALLOWABLE THRESHOLDS FOR FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS, AS DEFINED BY 2009 IFC, MAQ TABLE 2703.1.1(1) AND/OR 2703.1.1(2).
THE CHEMICAL INVENTORY, AS DECLARED, DOES NOT EXCEED THE ALLOWABLE THRESHOLDS FOR FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS, AS DEFINED BY THE 2009 IFC PERMIT TABLES. NO ANNUAL OPERATIONAL HAZARDOUS MATERIALS PERMIT IS REQUIRED. NOTE: INSPECTOR SHALL VERIFY MATERIALS AND QUANTITIES DURING THE HAZMAT CONSTRUCTION FINAL INSPECTION.
PLEASE CONTACT THE DIV. OF THE FIRE MARSHAL @ 719-385-5978 TO SCHEDULE YOUR HAZMAT INSPECTION FOR THIS PROJECT.
|FYI||The design and construction of spray booths shall be in accordance with the International Fire Code (IFC) 2009, AS AMENDED, Sections 1504.3.2.1 through 1504.3.2.6, Sections 1504.4 through 1504.8 and NFPA 33.
Spray booths shall be con-structed of approved noncombustible materials. Aluminum shall not be used. Where walls or ceiling assemblies are constructed of sheet metal, single-skin assemblies shall be no thinner than 0.0478 inch (18 gage) (1.2 mm) and each sheet of double-skin assemblies shall be no thinner than 0.0359 inch (20 gage) (0.9 mm). Structural sections of spray booths are allowed to be sealed with latex-based or similar caulks and sealants.
The interior surfaces of spray booths shall be smooth; shall be constructed so as to permit the free passage of exhaust air from all parts of the interior, and to facilitate washing and cleaning; and shall be designed to confine residues within the booth. Aluminum shall not be used.
Combustible floor construction in spray booths shall be covered by approved, noncombustible, nonsparking material, except where combustible coverings, including but not limited to thin paper or plastic and strippable coatings, are utilized over noncombustible materials to facilitate cleaning operations in spray booths.
|FYI||Intertek ETL listed booth
FOR MOTORCYLE PAINT/DETAILING 10' X 8' X 8'
SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS FILE FOR SPECIFICATION DATA
manufacturered in accordance with NFPA 33
new booth has fixed fire suppression system - Ansul fire system
This booth will replace an existing booth (which will be removed from premises)
PPRBD mechanical and electrical depts have reviewed and released for permit this plan.
|FYI||LABELING AND SIGNAGE
Visible hazard identification signs as specified in NFPA 704 for the specific material contained shall be
placed on stationary containers and above-ground tanks and at entrances to locations where hazardous materials are stored, dispensed, used or handled in quantities requiring a permit and at specific entrances and locations designated by the fire code official.
Signage for identification and warning such as for the inherent hazard of flammable liquids or
smoking shall be provided
Warning signs shall be of a durable material.
Signs warning of the hazard of flammable liquids shall have white lettering on a red background and shall read: DANGER FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS
Individual containers, packages and cartons shall be identified, marked, labeled and placarded.
Rooms or cabinets containing compressed gases shall be conspicuously labeled: COMPRESSED GAS.|
|FYI||Spray booths and spray rooms shall be protected by an approved automatic fire-extinguishing system complying with Chapter 9. Protection shall also extend to exhaust plenums, exhaust ducts and both sides of dry filters when such filters are used.
1504.4.1 Fire extinguishers. Portable fire extinguishers complying with Section 906 shall be provided for spraying areas in accordance with the requirements for an extra (high) hazard occupancy.
|FYI||Spray booths shall be installed so that all parts of the booth are readily accessible for cleaning. A clear space of not less than 3 feet (914 mm) shall be maintained on all sides of the spray booth. This clear space shall be kept free of any storage or combustible construction.|
|FYI||Protection against sources of ignition shall be provided in accordance with Sections 1503.2.1 through 1503.2.8.
1503.2.1 Electrical wiring and equipment. Electrical wiring and equipment shall comply with this chapter and NFPA 70.
1503.2.1.1 Flammable vapor areas. Electrical wiring and equipment in flammable vapor areas shall be of an explosion proof type approved for use in such hazardous locations. Such areas shall be considered to be Class I, Division 1 or Class II, Division 1 hazardous locations in accordance with NFPA 70.
Metal parts of spray booths, exhaust ducts and piping systems conveying Class I or II liquids shall be electrically grounded in accordance with NFPA 70. Metallic parts located in resin application areas, including but not limited to exhaust ducts, ventilation fans, spray application equipment, workpieces and piping, shall be electrically grounded.|
|FYI||DUST - SANDING OPERATIONS
Smoking or the use of heating or other devices employing an open flame, or the use of spark- producing equipment is prohibited in areas where combustible dust is generated, stored, manufactured, processed or handled.
Accumulation of combustible dust shall be kept to a minimum in the interior of buildings. Accumulated combustible dust shall be collected by vacuum cleaning or other means that will not place combustible dust into suspension in air. Forced air or similar methods shall not be used to remove dust from surfaces.
Per Mr. Kinney, sanding equipment is attached to a vacuum system and also mechanical exhaust is installed at the location of the sanding operation.
|FYI||NO WELDING OR HOT WORK ACTIVITIES ARE CONDUCTED AT THIS FACILITY. |
|N||Note: Plans were submitted on 9/26/12 without the disapproved comments addressed.
Plan reviewer met with owner and requested chemical inventory, description of work, and activities at this facility. Information was resubmitted on 9/27/12 as supplement to plans for review.
||FYI||This project is: Hawgs Cycles 3208 N Nevada Ave add Paint Spray Booth
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|Disapproved||Indicate on the plans the locations of all hazardous materials storage as well as indicate how the hazardous materials will be stored (i.e. flam cabinets, shelves, floor, drums, etc.)|
|Disapproved||The PPRBD Code Study Form (Section 4.0) indicates the scope of work include hazardous materials and instructs user to provide a Hazardous Material Inventory Statement. This Inventory Statement was not found within the submitted plan set.
Hazardous materials inventory statement. When required by the chief, each application for a permit shall include a hazardous materials inventory statement (HMIS).
International Fire Code - HAZARDOUS MATERIALS MANAGEMENT PLANS AND HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENTS section 2.1 provides guidance on the minimum information required to complete an HMIS. A separate HMIS shall be provided for each building, including its appurtenant structures, and each exterior facility in which hazardous materials are stored. The hazardous materials inventory statement shall list by hazard class all hazardous materials stored. The hazardous materials inventory statement shall include the following information for each hazardous material listed:
1. Hazard class.
2. Common or trade name.
3. Chemical name, major constituents and concentrations if a mixture. If a waste, the waste category.
4. Chemical Abstract Service number (CAS number) found in 29 Code of Federal Regulations (C.F.R.).
5. Whether the material is pure or a mixture, and whether the material is a solid, liquid or gas.
6. Maximum aggregate quantity stored at any one time.
7. Storage conditions related to the storage type, temperature and pressure.
If, during the plan review process, changes to the HMIS are identified by the owner, user, subcontractor, or submitter of the HMIS then the following guidance is provided on when to notify CSFD. An amended HMIS shall be provided within 30 days of the storage of any hazardous materials which changes or adds a hazard class or which is sufficient in quantity to cause an increase in the quantity which exceeds 5 percent for any hazard class.
|Disapproved||ATTENTION: See attached forms - to be submitted prior to approval of the construction plans.
HAZARD MATERIALS INVENTORY STATEMENT (HMIS)
CSFD SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS
A set of construction plans submitted to CSFD for review must be accompanied by either one of the following documents depending on the presence and amounts of hazardous materials in use, storage, or process. Please note that the submittal of the HMIS is a requirement to support efficient CSFD plan reviews. This does not relieve in any way change the requirement for submittal of an approved Hazardous Materials Management Plan to CSFD in support of the Hazardous Materials Permit.
1) A CSFD Hazardous Materials Permit Amount Certification Form with the appropriate sections completed indicating that the building DOES NOT exceed any of the exempt amounts identified.
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2a) A complete Hazardous Materials Inventory Statement (HMIS) shall be provided that meets CSFD requirements as outline within the Uniform Fire Code.
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2b) A completed CSFD Hazardous Activity Permit Application form.
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2c) A completed Hazardous Materials Management Program document in accordance with the current requirements of the CSFD Hazardous Materials Management Program Information Packet.