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AS 3780-1994 pdf free.The storage and handling of corrosive substances.
AS 3780 sets out requirements and recommendations for the safe storage and handling of corrosive substances, i.e. substances that meet the Class 8 classification criteria of the ADG Code.
The Standard also applies to other dangerous goods that are assigned a Class 8 subsidiary risk by the ADG Code, except where they are of Class 2 or where more stringent requirements apply under another relevant Australian Standard or applicable regulation.
NOTE: A discussion of the hazards presented by corrosive substances is provided in Appendix A.
1.2 APPLICATION The requirements of this Standard apply in conjunction with, hut do not take precedence over. any government regulations that apply in any area.
1 An installation may come under the regulatory control of several authorities having differing areas of responsibility, and an approval from one authority does not necessarily constitute an approval from others.
2 Cognizance of the relevant requirements of the Building code of Australia (BCA) is necessary for all matters relating to building works.
3 The bulk transfer of corrosive substances between a ship and an onshore store is controlled by the relevant port authority.
For minor storage of corrosive substances (as defined in Clause 1 .4. 14), only Sections 1, 2 and 9 of this Standard apply. For transit storage of corrosive substances (as defined in Clause 1.4.27) only Sections 1, 3 and 9 apply.
1.3 REFERENCEI) I)OCUNIENTS A list of documents referred to in this Standard is provided in Appendix B.
1.4 DEFINiTIONS For the purpose of this Standard, the definitions below apply.
1.4.1 Access—a means by which a person can approach and leave a specific location; includes walkways, platforms. stairways, ladders and all other provisions for convenient entry and exit of persons.
1.4.2 Approved, approval—with the approval of, acceptable to, and meeting the prescribed standards of, the authority having jurisdiction.
1.4.3 Boundary—the perimeter of the whole of the site under the same occupancy as that on which the installation is situated.
1.4.4 Bulk—relating to corrosive substances that are—
(a) in liquid (as defined in the ADG Code) or paste form and are kept in a container having a capacity exceeding 250 L, i.e. in a tank; and
(b) in solid form (including powders) and are kept in a container in an undivided quantity exceeding 400 kg.AS 3780 pdf download.

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