SAFETY COMPLIANCE CHECKLIST Spray Paint Operations General 29 CFR 1910 Ÿ Are all exposures from dust, fumes, etc., controlled? Primers and lacquers are also commonly applied this way. Before adding your first coat of Krylon® spray paint to your project, make sure you have adapted your surroundings, prepared your project surface and ascertained that adequate ventilation exists. %PDF-1.7 %���� Primers and … .94 Ÿ Is the compressed air for cleaning under 30 psi? 641 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<70153210E13F874EAA9001802A95581F>]/Index[627 25]/Info 626 0 R/Length 74/Prev 340278/Root 628 0 R/Size 652/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream h�bbd``b`fӀ�r1$vĺb��@�hk�� H(��X����J&F&�)������ 0 \ .242(b) Ÿ Is personal protective equipment (PPE) provided and used? • When paint is mixed, transferred or there is a risk of splashing safety glasses or goggles must be worn. Even a commonplace activity like painting has hazards. hޜ��n�0�_�^ �W�$R��l� endstream endobj 628 0 obj <>/Metadata 44 0 R/Pages 625 0 R/StructTreeRoot 87 0 R/Type/Catalog/ViewerPreferences 642 0 R>> endobj 629 0 obj <>/MediaBox[0 0 595.32 841.92]/Parent 625 0 R/Resources<>/Font<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI]/XObject<>>>/Rotate 0/StructParents 0/Tabs/S/Type/Page>> endobj 630 0 obj <>stream Spray Application of Paint and Coatings (Safety Bulletin CH004) Spray Application of Paint and Coatings In industry, the most popular method of applying paint and coatings is to spray it on using an airless sprayer, compressed air, or an electrostatic applicator. .132 Ÿ Is correct type of respirator being worn by personnel? H��U�j�@��wi�I-�"d�8�*���Q��ޑdGr,�nS/3stϹ��l]f�xQ��IpV���[�wAT��S��i��eV����C�>&�c�>=���9������~�J(�4�B���F2b9����r��0�)�T`)Qj������Vq�(�(�2Zb��Pib5�ɍ;�n�F����4DK�c�pE��D�J&ޯS�b6���������F0����]��Z ��~J��¶:MW$�SBc�1;"����j����_�x"Qꄏ����2���!\載��D��2��b�ւ�eR���!8Q�� ����('��V�, �%�����r��)61�)�Gԫ�YS�ŽS������K���Z�a�0��JSN���A�����: �:�� ԩm���v ���P�v!U4����]���5r. w When spraying outdoors, be aware of the direction of any wind. Using a painting method that allows the paint to dry quickly can be used to paint large areas that save the hours of a painter. .94 Ÿ Is local ventilation good? The selection, installation and maintenance of spray booths are also addressed in Australian Standard AS 4114.2. Abrasive Blasting and Spray Painting … ��ࡱ� > �� ���� o �������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� � �� � bjbjS�S� �� 1� 1� � �� �� �� � Z Z � � � $ ���� � � � P , J 4 � �@ 4 ~ ~ ~ ~ � �$ � u&. h�b```�*�� ���� For example, items that are commonly spray painted include motor vehicles, buildings, furniture, whitegoods, boats, ships, aircraft and machinery. Safety Procedures When Spray Painting Spray paint, when used correctly, can be a painter's dream. The processes involved in spray painting and powder coating are hazardous due to a ENDING OPERATIONS AND CLEANING UP. endstream endobj startxref C. It’s important to follow proper cleanup, storage, and disposal procedures. Always read safety data sheets (SDSs) and labels before you paint. 0 Turn off the fume extraction unit. Spray finishing rooms and booths may be small or as large as a motor home. The design, construction and testing of spray booths should be in accordance with Australian Standard AS 4114.1. OSHA 29 CFRRegulation: 1910.94, 107, 132, 134, 1000, and 1200. THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS 6 2.1 Identifying the hazards 6 2.2 Assessing the risks 10 endstream endobj 631 0 obj <>stream Spray painting should always be carried out within a properly constructed spray booth (unless impractical). %%EOF Spray painting and powder coating are carried out in a variety of industries. Exterior Painting Safety Hazards w When using the paint gun it is important to release the pressure that can build up in the container. A. 1.1 What are spray painting and powder coating? 3 1.2 Who has health and safety duties in relation to spray painting and powder coating?