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.
GUSTAVE LARSON - NORTH SUITE
04955 NORTHPARK DR
||FYI||*****(STANDARD COMMENT) This project is: Gustave Larson, 4955 Northpark Dr:
Date of Plans:12.19.13
You can access our web site for the latest fire department plan review comments:
1. From www.pprbd.org, select PLAN REVIEW then FIND PLANS next COLORADO SPRINGS
2. Scroll down to the correct address. You may then select APPROVED/DISAPPROVED to view comments associated with that particular project.
|Attention||IFC 2009 CHAPTER 30 COMPRESSED GASES
3001.1 Scope. Storage, use and handling of compressed gases in compressed gas containers, cylinders, tanks and systems shall comply with this chapter, including those gases regulated elsewhere in this code. Partially full compressed gas containers, cylinders or tanks containing residual gases shall be considered as full for the purposes of the controls required.
*** Plan reviewer also referred G Larson, Mr. Stewart to safety and storage requirements and guidance through the COMPRESSED GAS ASSOCIATION (CGA). G Larson is a distributor of gases to customers and should understand and convey all safety compliance to customers and for its own facility.
|FYI||CHEMICAL INVENTORY AND SITE DIAGRAMS
SEE ELECTRONIC DOCUMENTS
All materials are below the MAQs.
All materials are below the CSFD annual operational permit thresholds EXCEPT FOR RESALE REFRIGERANT FREON AS AN OTHER HEALTH HAZARD (OHH) @ 564 pounds
conversion to cf needed
Due to the permit quanitities, a Hazardous Materials Construction Inspection is required prior to the Certificate of Occupancy. Please contact the CSFD Div of the Fire Marshal @ 719-385-5978 to schedule the hazradous materials inspection.
This facility is required to enroll in the hazardous Materials Annual permit; @ https://hammers.springsgov.com/submit
SEE MAILER ENCLOSED IN PLAN SET ALSO
PERMIT THRESHOLD REFRIGERANTS
650 cubic feet
|FYI||HAZARDOUS MATERIALS STORAGE CABINETS
Where storage cabinets are used to increase maximum allowable quantity per control area or to comply with chapter 27, such cabinets shall be in accordance with IFC 2009, as amended, Sections 2703.8.7.1 and 2703.8.7.2.
The interior of cabinets shall be treated, coated or constructed of materials that are nonreactive with the hazardous material stored. Such treatment, coating or construction shall include the entire interior of the cabinet. Cabinets shall either be listed in accordance with UL 1275 as suitable for the intended storage or constructed in accordance with the following:
1. Cabinets shall be of steel having a thickness of not less than 0.0478 inch (1.2 mm) (No. 18 gage). The cabinet, including the door, shall be double walled with a 11/2-inch (38 mm) airspace between the walls. Joints shall be riveted or welded and shall be tight fitting. Doors shall be well fitted, self-closing and equipped with a self-latching device.
2. The bottoms of cabinets utilized for the storage of liquids shall be liquid tight to a minimum height of 2 inches (51 mm).
Electrical equipment and devices within cabinets used for the storage of hazardous gases or liquids shall be in accordance with NFPA 70.
Cabinets shall be clearly identified in an approved manner with red letters on a contrasting background to read: HAZARDOUS-KEEP FIRE AWAY.
For spill control and secondary containment for storage in accordance with the exception in Section 2704.2, containment pallets shall comply with all of the following:
1 A liquid-tight sump accessible for visual inspection shall be provided.
2. The sump shall be designed to contain not less than 66 gallons (250 L).
3. Exposed surfaces shall be compatible with material stored.
Individual containers of hazardous materials, cartons or packages shall be marked or labeled in accordance with applicable federal regulations. Buildings, rooms and spaces containing hazardous materials shall be identified by hazard warning signs in accordance with the IFC 2009, as amended, Section 2703.5.
Labeling - An NFPA 704 compliant Hazard Placard is required for each pedestrian entry door rooms containing hazardous materials in excess of the exempt amounts (this door could be interior or exterior) and all such doors shall be included. The minimum size of the Hazard Placard shall be 15" by 15". This requirement is subject to verification at the time of the Hazardous materials Inspection prior to signing the Fire Final.
Individual containers, cartons or packages shall be conspicuously marked or labeled in an approved manner. Rooms or cabinets containing com-pressed gases shall be conspicuously labeled: COMPRESSED GAS.|
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for all hazardous materials shall be either readily available on the premises as a paper copy, or where approved, shall be permitted to be readily retrievable by electronic access. Approved electronic access shall be as follows:
1. Media shall be USB Flash Drive.
2. Format shall be Microsoft Word 2000 or newer docu-ment, PDF, or other approved format.
Where a Knox Box is located at a facility, one USB de-vice shall be stored in the Knox Box and one device shall be located in an approved location(s). All devices and content shall be maintained.|
|FYI||Shelving shall be of substantial construction, and shall be braced and anchored in accor-dance with the seismic design requirements of the Interna-tional Building Code for the seismic zone in which the material is located. Shelving shall be treated, coated or constructed of materials that are compatible with the hazardous materials stored. Shelves shall be provided with a lip or guard when used for the storage of individual containers.
1. Storage in hazardous material storage cabinets or laboratory furniture specifically designed for such use.
2. Storage of hazardous materials in amounts not requiring a permit in accordance with Section 2701.5.
Shelf storage of hazardous materials shall be main-tained in an orderly manner.|
|FYI||Incompatible materials in storage and storage of materials that are incompatible with materials in use shall be separated when the stored materials are in containers having a capacity of more than 5 pounds (2 kg) or 0.5 gallon (2 L). Separation shall be accomplished by:
1. Segregating incompatible materials in storage by a distance of not less than 20 feet (6096 mm).
2. Isolating incompatible materials in storage by a noncombustible partition extending not less than 18 inches (457 mm) above and to the sides of the stored material.
3. Storing liquid and solid materials in hazardous ma-terial storage cabinets.
4. Storing compressed gases in gas cabinets or exhausted enclosures in accordance with Sections
Materials that are incompatible shall not be stored within the same cabinet or exhausted enclosure.
***ATTENTION: MSDS for these materials indicate incompatibilities with certain materials/chemicals. Pay close attention to the Oxidizers --- separate from other materials.
*** Recommend approved storage cabinets and secondary containment pallets for the storage of on site materials.|
|FYI||Persons responsible for the operation of areas in which hazardous materials are stored, dispensed, handled or used shall be familiar with the chemical nature of the materials and the appropriate mitigating actions necessary in the event of a fire, leak or spill.
Responsible persons shall be designated and trained to be liaison personnel for the fire department. These persons shall aid the fire department in preplanning emergency responses and identification of the locations where hazardous materials are located, and shall have access to Material Safety Data Sheets and be knowledgeable in the site emergency response procedures.|
|FYI||Compressed gases are stored in the warehouse and for use/resale to customers.
no welding at this facility.
|FYI||Chlorofluorocarbon Control Program (CFCs)/Ozone Depleting Compounds
Colorado's Chlorofluorocarbon Program's mission is to reduce emissions of ozone depleting compounds, chlorofluorocarbons and hydrofluorocarbons through an inspection and compliance program. The program is self-supporting through fees and it regulates air conditioning and refrigeration sources throughout the state of Colorado. The program was authorized by the state legislature in 1992 and the working statute can be found at 25-7-105(11)(a-h), C.R.S.
The Chlorofluorocarbon Program is administered by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division, Stationary Sources Program. Air Quality Control Regulation No. 15, "Regulation to Control Emissions of Ozone Depleting Compounds," details the program's requirements for businesses and individuals utilizing ozone depleting compounds.
Colorado's Chlorofluorocarbon Program contracts with seven local health departments which perform inspections, respond to complaints and initiate compliance actions in their respective counties. Training and program oversite are conducted by staff members of the state's Chlorofluorocarbon Program in the Air Pollution Control Division. Inspections, compliance and monitoring for the non-contracted portion of the state are performed by the Division's chlorofluorocarbon staff.
The Chlorofluorocarbon Program regularly inspects stationary and automotive sources for compliance and responds to general complaints regarding ozone depleting compounds. A Chlorofluorocarbon HOTLINE is available to leave messages, report violations or to request assistance in either the state or federal chlorofluorocarbon programs. The number for the state Chlorofluorocarbon HOTLINE is 303-692-3200. All calls are returned within 24 hours by a staff member. Chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) information and material may be obtained from the Division staff or any of the participating local agencies listed in the next two sections.
# Regulation No. 15: Control of Emission of Ozone Depleting Compounds
|FYI||Colorado Air Quality Control Commission (303) 692-3476
US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), REGION VIII OFFICE
1595 Wynkoop St.
Denver, CO 80202-1129
Phone Number: (303) 312-6312
Toll free Number: (800) 227-8917 (CO, MT, ND, SD, UT, WY only)
Contact: Cindy Reynolds (303) 312-6206
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) HOTLINE: (800) 296-1996
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