20.6. Safety Color Coding, Labeling and Marking For Piping Systems Checklist.

  • 20.6.1. Is each location evaluated and the number of markings kept at a minimum? Reference 20.3.3

  • 20.6.2. Are piping systems labeled and color coded IAW guidance in paragraph 20.3.4? Reference<br>20.3.4

  • 20.6.3. Does the method of identification of piping systems conform to the requirements in<br>paragraph 20.3.5? Reference

  • 20.6.4. Do the colors used to distinguish the hazard potential of piping systems conform to those in<br>this standard? Reference

  • 20.6.5. Are hazardous materials in piping systems clearly identified? Reference

  • 20.6.6. Is a secondary warning color applied to a piping system possessing a secondary hazard?<br>Reference

  • 20.6.7. Do supervisors ensure all personnel working with piping systems are trained on their hazards<br>and is training documented? Reference 20.4

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