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SPS 332.16 SPS 332.16 Wisconsin administrative code chapters. Except as provided in s. SPS 332.003 (2), the following chapters of the Wisconsin administrative code shall apply in place of the standards specified in s. SPS 332.15 for those safety and health issues which fall within the scope of the respective chapters.
SPS 332.16(1) (1)Chapter SPS 307, Explosives and Fireworks.
SPS 332.16(2) (2)Chapter SPS 308, Mines, Pits and Quarries.
SPS 332.16(3) (3)Chapter Comm 9, Manufacture of Fireworks.
SPS 332.16 Note Note: Ch. Comm 9 was repealed eff. 3-1-08 and a new Comm 9, now ch. SPS 309, subsequently created eff. 7-1-11, relating to anchoring or securing of movable soccer goals.
SPS 332.16(4) (4)Chapter ATCP 93, Flammable and Combustible Liquids.
SPS 332.16(5) (5)Chapter SPS 340, Gas Systems.
SPS 332.16(8) (8)Chapter SPS 314, Fire Prevention.
SPS 332.16(10) (10)Chapter SPS 316, Electrical.
SPS 332.16(11) (11)Chapter SPS 318, Elevator.
SPS 332.16(12) (12)Chapter SPS 330, Fire Department Safety and Health.
SPS 332.16(13) (13)Chapter SPS 333, Passenger Ropeways.
SPS 332.16(14) (14)Chapter SPS 334, Amusement Rides and Attractions.
SPS 332.16(15) (15)Chapter SPS 335, Infectious Agents.
SPS 332.16(16) (16)Chapter SPS 341, Boiler and Pressure Vessels.
SPS 332.16(17) (17)Chapter SPS 343, Anhydrous Ammonia.
SPS 332.16(18) (18)Chapter SPS 345, Mechanical Refrigeration.
SPS 332.16(19) (19)Chapters SPS 361 to 366, Wisconsin Commercial Building Code.
SPS 332.16(20) (20)Chapters SPS 381 to 387, Plumbing.
SPS 332.16 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1999, No. 518, eff. 3-1-99; correction in (15) and (16) made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register, April, 1999, No. 520; corrections made under s. 13.93 (2m) (b) 7., Stats., Register, June, 2000, No. 534; CR 01-062: am. (intro.) CR 01-139: r. (9) and (21), am. (19) Register June 2002 No. 558, eff. 7-1-02; correction in (intro.), (1), (2), (4) to (20) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2011 No. 672; correction in (4) made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2013 No. 696.
subch. IV of ch. SPS 332 Subchapter IV — Amendments to OSHA Standards
SPS 332.20 SPS 332.20 Amendments to OSHA standards. The substitutions, additions or omissions to the adopted OSHA standards as specified in this subchapter are rules of the department and not federal standards of OSHA.
SPS 332.20 Note Note: The referenced or corresponding OSHA section or subsection is located in the brackets following the SPS designation and preceding the text of the rule. Example: SPS 332.23 [29 CFR 1910.27].
SPS 332.20 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1999, No. 518, eff. 3-1-99.
SPS 332.205 SPS 332.205 Partial exemption from keeping records [29 CFR 1904.1 and 1904.2]. Sections 29 CFR 1904.1 and 1904.2 are not included as part of this chapter.
SPS 332.205 History History: CR 01-062: cr. Register June 2002 No. 558, eff. 7-1-02.
SPS 332.21 SPS 332.21General requirements [29 CFR 1910.22]. This department rule is in addition to 29 CFR 1910.22:
SPS 332.21(1) (1) No person may work on the surface of any structural member, floor, or other working platform which has become slippery from ice, snow, frost, paint or other cause, unless the surface is cleaned, sprinkled with sand or made nonslippery insofar as the nature of the work will permit.
SPS 332.21 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1999, No. 518, eff. 3-1-99.
SPS 332.22 SPS 332.22 Portable ladders [29 CFR 1910.25 and 1910.26].
SPS 332.22(1)(1) Application.
SPS 332.22(1)(a)(a) The requirements of 29 CFR 1910.25 and 1910.26 also apply to portable fiberglass ladders.
SPS 332.22(1)(b) (b) The requirements of this section apply to portable ladders constructed of wood, metal or fiberglass.
SPS 332.22(2) (2)Use of ladders. These department rules are in addition to 29 CFR 1910.25 and 1910.26:
SPS 332.22(2)(a) (a) The ladder base section shall be placed with a secure footing. Safety shoes shall be installed on all ladders.
SPS 332.22 Note Note: Non-slip bases are not intended as a substitute for care in safely placing, lashing or holding a ladder that is being used upon oily, metal, concrete or other slippery surfaces.
SPS 332.22(2)(b) (b) No portable ladder may be used to gain access to a roof, floor or platform, unless the top of the ladder extends at least 3 feet above the point of support.
SPS 332.22 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1999, No. 518, eff. 3-1-99.
SPS 332.23 SPS 332.23 Fixed ladders [29 CFR 1910.27]. This department rule is in addition to 29 CFR 1910.27 (e) (2):
SPS 332.23(1) (1) Fixed ladders of a substandard pitch shall be equipped with handrails on both sides. The handrails shall be installed 30 to 34 inches vertically above the rung or the nose of the tread.
SPS 332.23 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1999, No. 518, eff. 3-1-99.
SPS 332.24 SPS 332.24 Ventilation [29 CFR 1910.94]. These department rules are in addition to 29 CFR 1910.94:
SPS 332.24(1) (1)Approval of plans.
SPS 332.24(1)(a)(a) Plans in quadruplicate and one set of specifications for exhaust ventilation equipment installed, remodeled or moved under this chapter shall be submitted to the department for approval before the affected work is commenced, and all work shall be executed according to the approved plans and specifications.
SPS 332.24(1)(b) (b) A complete set of plans bearing the stamp of approval and a copy of the specifications shall be kept at the building site or shall be available at an alternate location for inspection by an authorized representative of the department.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: See chs. SPS 361 to 366 for complete plan submittal and ventilation requirements.
SPS 332.24(2) (2)Exhaust ventilation at source of contamination and make-up air.
SPS 332.24(2)(a)(a) Except as provided in sub. (5) (d), local exhaust ventilation ductwork specifically designed for the removal of harmful dusts, fumes, vapors and gases shall be maintained at a negative pressure through occupied areas.
SPS 332.24(2)(b) (b) A volume of tempered outside air shall be supplied to replace the air exhausted if the total volume of air exhausted exceeds one air change per hour. The quantity of make-up air shall equal at least 90% of the air exhausted.
SPS 332.24(2)(c) (c) Tempered make-up air shall be installed to insure that the flow of exhaust air effectively picks up harmful dusts, fumes, vapors and gases.
SPS 332.24(3) (3)Separation of exhaust systems. There shall be no connection between exhaust systems or ducts that convey different materials from separate operations, the combination of which may produce explosive, heat generating, corrosive, poisonous or otherwise dangerous mixtures.
SPS 332.24(4) (4)Disposal of exhaust material.
SPS 332.24(4)(a)(a) All dusts, fumes, vapors and gases from local exhaust ventilation systems installed under this section shall be disposed of in a manner to eliminate the health hazards from occupied areas. Dust collecting systems shall separate the dust from the air before the air is discharged from the exhaust system.
SPS 332.24(4)(b) (b) Except as provided in par. (c), all local exhaust ventilation systems shall discharge to the outside atmosphere.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: The state Department of Natural Resources and the federal Environmental Protection Agency have regulations relating to ambient air quality and emissions of air contaminants.
SPS 332.24(4)(c) (c) Recirculation of contaminated air from local exhaust ventilation systems may be permitted where the exhaust system washes, scrubs or filters the air. Systems of this type shall perform in accordance with ANSI/AIHA Z9.7. Cleaning systems designed in accordance with other standards may be permitted if approved by the department.
SPS 332.24(5) (5)Ventilation for kilns.
SPS 332.24(5)(a)(a) General.
SPS 332.24(5)(a)1.1. Except as provided in subd. 2., local exhaust ventilation shall be provided for all fuel-fired and electric kilns.
SPS 332.24(5)(a)2. 2. Local exhaust ventilation need not be provided where the kilns can be isolated in a separate room and the room is ventilated by means of a dedicated system at a minimum rate of 10 air changes per hour.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: Ventilation capacity for 10 air changes per hour can be calculated as follows:
SPS 332.24 Note Room volume (cu. ft.) X 10 = cfm needed
SPS 332.24 Note Note: Reduced atmosphere firing produces high concentrations of carbon monoxide and caution should be exercised when entering the kiln room.
SPS 332.24(5)(a)3. 3. Exhaust ventilation systems for kilns shall be designed to remove harmful quantities of air contaminants generated during the firing process in order to comply with s. SPS 332.35.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: For examples of canopy hood exhaust systems, see the American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists "Industrial Ventilation Manual".
SPS 332.24(5)(b) (b) Canopy hood ventilation.
SPS 332.24(5)(b)1.1. The height of a canopy hood above the top surface of a top-loading kiln shall be limited to that which is necessary for loading of the kiln. Canopy hoods over side- or front-loading kilns shall be located as close to the top edge of the kiln as possible, and side curtains shall not be required.
SPS 332.24(5)(b)2. 2. Canopy hoods over top-loading kilns shall be provided with noncombustible side curtains on 3 sides. If the kiln is located against a wall, only 2 side curtains shall be required. Side curtains shall extend down from the bottom edge of the canopy hood to the top edge of the kiln. Side curtains shall not be required for retractable hoods which can be positioned directly over the top of the kiln after loading.
SPS 332.24(5)(c) (c) Location of kilns.
SPS 332.24(5)(c)1.1. All fuel-fired kilns located inside of a building shall comply with chs. SPS 361 to 366.
SPS 332.24(5)(c)2. 2. Kilns may be located in boiler or furnace rooms if adequate combustion air is maintained for the boiler or furnace and the kiln under all operating conditions.
SPS 332.24(5)(c)3. 3. Fuel-fired kilns located outside of buildings shall be exempt from the ventilation requirements of this subsection. They shall be located to minimize the products of combustion from entering the building, but in no case shall the distance be less than 10 feet measured in any direction from a wall opening or air intake.
SPS 332.24(5)(c)4. 4. Kilns shall be installed in accordance with the manufacturer's specifications for distance to walls.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: Wall-to-kiln distance may vary from 12 to 18 inches, depending on the type of kiln.
SPS 332.24(5)(c)5. 5. Kilns shall be located to minimize the possibility of burns.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: The outside temperature of kilns may vary from approximately 250 to 450º F, depending on the type of kiln.
SPS 332.24(5)(d) (d) Downdraft ventilation. Electric kilns with downdraft ventilation may have the ventilation ductwork maintained at a positive pressure through occupied areas provided the ductwork is sealed to prevent any leakage.
SPS 332.24(6) (6)Ventilation for laboratory fume hoods.
SPS 332.24(6)(a)(a) General.
SPS 332.24(6)(a)1.1. Except as provided in par. (b), laboratory fume hoods during use shall be operated with a minimum average 100 feet per minute face velocity at full open sash or sash stop position. When determining the minimum flow rate through the fume hood, the sash stop position may not be lower than 18 inches above the work surface.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: When operating the fume hood, the sash should be positioned to maximize the protection to the user.
SPS 332.24(6)(a)2. 2. Vertical sash fume hoods operated at sash stop positions shall have an alarm that gives a warning when the sash is raised above the sash stop position. Combination vertical/horizontal sash fume hoods shall have an alarm that gives a warning when the sash is vertically raised from the fully lowered position.
SPS 332.24(6)(b) (b) Alternate operation.
SPS 332.24(6)(b)1.1. Fume hoods operating at minimum average face velocities less than 100 feet per minute shall achieve a spillage rate less than 0.1 ppm at 4.0 liters per minute gas release for an "as used" condition in accordance with the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) standard 110 - Method of Testing Laboratory Fume Hoods. The minimum allowable average face velocity for fume hoods achieving the ASHRAE 110 containment criteria shall be 40 feet per minute at full open sash.
SPS 332.24(6)(b)2. 2. Fume hoods operating at minimum average face velocities less than 100 feet per minute shall have a continuous flow meter with an alarm.
SPS 332.24 Note Note: For further information regarding fume hood operation, see ANSI/AIHA standard Z9.5 - Laboratory Ventilation.
SPS 332.24(6)(c) (c) Testing. Operable fume hoods shall be tested annually for minimum average face velocity.
SPS 332.24 History History: Cr. Register, February, 1999, No. 518, eff. 3-1-99; am. (2) (a), (4) (c), (5) (a) and (c) 2., r. (2) (b) and Figure 32.24, renum. (2) (c) and (d) to be (2) (b) and (c) and am. (c), cr. (5) (d) and (6), Register, June, 2000, No. 534, eff. 7-1-00; CR 01-139: am. (5) (c) 1. Register June 2002 No. 558, eff. 7-1-02; correction in (5) (a) 3., (c) 1. made under s. 13.92 (4) (b) 7., Stats., Register December 2011 No. 672.
SPS 332.25 SPS 332.25 Compressed gases [29 CFR 1910.101]. This department rule is in addition to 29 CFR 1910.101:
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