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42.7. NDI and Oil Analysis Checklist.

  • 42.7.1. If there is a respiratory protection program in place, does it meet the requirements of AFOSH<br>Standard 48-137? Reference 42.1

  • 42.7.2. Do workers receive, as a minimum, training consistent with a thorough comprehension of the<br>applicable parts of TO 42B5-1-2? Reference 42.2.1

  • 42.7.3. Does the ventilation system meet requirements of UFC 4-024-01, ACGIH‘s Industrial<br>Ventilation: A Manual of Recommended Practice for Operations and Maintenance and AFMAN 48-<br>155? Reference 42.2.3

  • 42.7.4. Does BE perform an annual surface area exhaust ventilation evaluation? Reference

  • 42.7.5. Is a suitable emergency shower and eyewash unit provided within the work area for quick<br>drenching or flushing of the eyes or body where workers are exposed to hazardous materials?<br>Reference

  • 42.7.6. Are UV black lights used in penetrant and magnetic particle inspection checked prior to use<br>for cracked filters and lenses? Reference

  • 42.7.7. Do personnel who may be exposed to ionizing radiation during their duties or occupation<br>wear personal radiation monitoring devices? Reference

  • 42.7.8. Are petroleum products and film processing chemicals disposed of IAW AFI 32-7042, AFI<br>32-7080, AFPAM 32-7043 and the installation Environmental Management office? Reference<br>

  • 42.7.9. Do supervisors contact the installation Ground Safety and Environmental offices, and BE<br>when new chemicals, machines or processes are introduced into the work area? Reference

  • 42.7.10. Is the storage, use and handling of flammable and combustible liquids coordinated with the<br>installation FES Flight? Reference

  • 42.7.11. Are all workers trained on the location, selection and use of fire extinguishers, alarm<br>systems and evacuation procedures IAW Chapter 6, Fire Protection and Prevention? Reference<br>

  • 42.7.12. Does all NDI equipment used in hazardous areas meet TO 1-1-688, Use of Electronic<br>Equipment in Hazardous Areas, and NFPA 70, National Electrical Code, requirements? Reference<br>42.2.6

  • 42.7.13. Have all industrial radiographers completed an Air Force-approved course of instruction in<br>the use of industrial X-ray equipment, including radiation hazard control? Reference

  • 42.7.14. Are all waste cleaning rags and towels removed from the lab at the end of each shift?<br>Reference 42.4.3

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