All employees engaged in anhydrous ammonia operations have completed anhydrous ammonia safety training.
Emergency water tanks are full and properly placed at facility during transport load-in and nurse tank filling operations?
Emergency shut-off cables are properly installed, marked, and function properly to activate all emergency shut off valves when pulled?
Emergency contact phone numbers are displayed at site?
Employees have access to proper PPE including non-vented goggles and liquid proof tall gloves
All employees have access to a half face respirator.
Rain suit or slickers, and rubber boots available.
All NH3 equipment is inspected before use or filling.
Proper nurse tank filling procedures are used while filling nurse tanks including the opening and closing sequence of valves.
Nurse tanks are not filled greater that 85% capacity?
All unauthorized persons including customers are kept away from load out stand during filling operations?
No anhydrous leaks?
Paint on tanks is in good condition.
All required markings in place and in good condition?
All electrical equipment and wiring is in good condition and protected from damage by weather.
Valves and piping are properly painted to communicate vapor or liquid?
Traffic barriers in place to protect tanks and plumbing.
Areas under and and immediately around NH3 storage tanks are free of combustible materials such as dry grass or weeds.
Hoses and tanks for bleeding off of delivery hoses are in place and in safe condition.
Bleed off water is labeled properly
Hoses are in good condition and current on replacement date?
Proper pull-away safety devices are installed on each hose?
Wind sock is installed within view of workers on load out stand and in good condition.