Included in this auction is a full set of IME Safety Publications, including binder.
The publication set includes each of the 17 safety publications regarding the safe handling, use and storage of explosives:
SLP 1: Construction Guide for Storage Magazines
SLP 2: The American Table of Distances
SLP 3: Suggested Code of Regulations
SLP 4: Warnings and Instructions
SLP 12: Glossary of Commercial Explosives Industry Terms
SLP 14: Handbook for the Transportation and Distribution of Explosive Materials
SLP 17: Safety in the Transportation, Storage, Handling & Use of Commercial Explosive Materials
SLP 20: Safety Guide for the Prevention of Radio Frequency Radiation Hazards in the Use of Commercial Electric Detonators (Blasting Caps)
SLP 22: Recommendations for the Safe Transportation of Detonators in a Vehicle with Certain Other Explosive Materials
SLP 23: Recommendations for the Transportation of Explosives, Division 1.5, Ammonium Nitrate Emulsions, Division 5.1, Combustible Liquids, Class 3, and Corrosives, Class 8 in Bulk Packaging
SLP 24: Recommendations for Handling 50 Metric Tons or more of Commercial Division 1.1 or 1.2 Break-Bulk and Containerized Explosive Materials in Transportation at Commercial Waterfront Facilities in the United States
SLP 25: Explosives Manufacturing & Processing Guideline to Safety Training
SLP 27: Security in Manufacturing, Transportation, Storage and Use of Commercial Explosives
SLP 28: Recommendations for Accountability and Security of Bulk Explosives and Bulk Security Sensitive Materials
SLP 29: Recommendations for the Environmental Management of Commercial Explosives
SLP 30: Safe Handling of Solid Ammonium Nitrate
SLP 31: Methods and Algorithms Used for Quantitative Risk Analysis
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