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31 APPENDIX C—REFERENCES 1. C. A. Martin, “Explosion of Unconfined Clouds of Natural Gas,” Operating Section Proceedings, American Gas Association, Arlington, Virginia, 1977, pp. T-149-T-153. 2. J. P. M. M. Dauwe, “Experimental Investigation into the Blast Effect Pro- duced by Unconfined Vapor Cloud Explosions,” Symposium Series No. 80, Prins Maurits Laboratory TNO, Rijswijk, The Netherlands, 1985, pp. D20-D29. 3. C. Marshall, "Unconfined Vapor Cloud Explosions," Chemical Engineering, June 13, 1982, pp.

A. Visitor or members of the general public; b. Voluntary participation in a wellness program such as the use of company-provided exercise equipment; c. Eating, drinking or preparing one’s own food; d. Cold or flu; e. Personal tasks outside working hours; f. Personal grooming, self-medication or self-infliction; g. Symptoms arising on site solely due to outside factors; or h. Motor vehicle accident during commute, provided the injured party is not within course and scope of employment. 5 job transfer case: A work-related injury/illness that, based on the recommendations of a physician or other licensed health care professional, the injured party is moved to a different job position or assignment.

Confidential records and documentation are identified and properly handled. 3 RECORDS Various elements in the safety and environmental management program identify requirements for record keeping. Examples of records that should be maintained included the following: a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Information on applicable regulations or other information Complaint records Training records Process information Product information Inspection, maintenance and calibration records Pertinent contractor and supplier information Incident report Information on emergency preparedness and response Information on significant environmental aspects 27 APPENDIX A—CONTRACTOR SELECTION CRITERIA A major step in achieving acceptable contractor performance is selecting a safe and environmentally responsible contractor.

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