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Modernization of ventilation systems of built-in non-residential premises (for storage of inventory, non-fire hazardous materials without permanent stay of people)

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The dining room ventilation project has been developed in the environment MagiCad

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Additional information

Contents

1. Introduction

2. Source Data

3. Technological decisions made

4. Operation of ventilation systems

5. Brief Operating Manual

Introduction

The ventilation modernization section is made taking into account the following requirements:

1. SNiP 2.04.0591 * "Heating, ventilation and air conditioning";

2. SNiP 230199 "Construction climatology";

3. SNiP 2.08.0289 * "Public buildings and structures";

4. SanPiN 2.2.4.54896 "Hygienic requirements for microclimate of utility rooms."

3. technological solutions adopted

Design solutions for ventilation systems are shown on sheet 2 of the general data.

4. operation of ventilation systems

The procedure for cleaning and disinfection of ventilation systems is established by a number of documents, the main one is resolution No. 4 of the 27.08.2004 "On the organization and conduct of cleaning and disinfection of ventilation and air conditioning systems," order No. 107 of the 12.08.2004 "On the organization of control over the cleaning and disinfection of ventilation and air conditioning systems" as well as methodological guidelines and annexes to it. It is necessary to keep a log of work on disinfection of ventilation systems, approved form.

5. Short Operating Manual

1. General Safety Requirements

1.1. Persons not younger than 18 years of age and past:

1.1.1. Relevant training, including on occupational safety, and with a standard certificate of qualification by profession;

1.1.2. verification of knowledge within the scope of the electrical safety team;

1.1.3. medical examination and admitted for health reasons to work;

1.1.4. induction and initial workplace training.

1.2. The employee shall:

1.2.1. comply with the Internal Labour Regulations;

1.2.2. prevent the use of alcoholic, narcotic and toxic substances, smoking in unknown places;

1.2.3. perform only the assigned work;

1.2.4. Study and improve safety practices.

1.3. The employee shall be provided with overalls and overcoats.

1.4. The employee shall:

1.4.1. be able to provide first aid to the victim in case of accidents.

Know where the first aid kit with a set of medicines is located and, if necessary, ensure the delivery (escort) of the victim to the medical institution;

1.4.2. Comply with sanitary and personal hygiene regulations;

1.4.3. not to eat in the workplace.

1.5. The employee may be affected by hazardous and harmful production factors:

1.5.1. movable parts of production equipment;

1.5.2. increased or decreased air temperature of the working zone.

1.6. The procedure for notification of cases of injury and detected malfunctions of equipment, devices, tools, violations of the technological process is established by the employer.

1.7. The employee is personally responsible for violation of the requirements of the instruction in accordance with the legislation.

2. Safety requirements before operation

2.1. Clean the work clothes, fasten them on all buttons (fasten the sleeves of the clothes at the hand), remove the hair under the headdress, season the hanging ends of the clothes.

2.2. Carefully inspect the workplace, remove all excess items around.

2.3. Make sure that there are enclosing devices of moving parts of equipment and mechanisms.

2.4. Make sure that grounding is available and serviceable (ventilation equipment and air ducts must be grounded).

2.5. Check serviceability of working tool (set of wrenches must correspond to dimensions of bolts and nuts; if the keys do not fit the nuts, use sliding keys;

if it is necessary to have a long lever, use the key with a long handle, but do not build it up with another key or pipe).

2.6. To avoid injury, do not work in places with insufficient lighting.

3. Safety requirements during operation

3.1. When repairing ventilation equipment, the following requirements shall be met:

3.1.1. when the electric motor is switched off and the fan is stopped, the sign "Do not switch on - people work" is displayed on the starting device, and "Fan in repair" is displayed on the ducts;

3.1.2. do not perform operations until the fan stops completely;

3.1.3. disconnection and connection of the electric motor are carried out only by the duty electrician;

3.1.4. mechanisms with moving and rotating parts located near the place of ventilation plant repair must be safely protected or disconnected;

3.1.5. only serviceable tools, devices and personal protective equipment are used during repair.

3.2. Welding and other works related to the use of open fire or spark formation are carried out in accordance with the Fire Safety and Safety Regulations at the Enterprises of the Republic of Belarus during repair works in the hazardous areas of existing workshops.

3.3. When repairing and maintaining explosion-proof fans structurally associated with equipment or built into process diagrams, as well as valve equipment located in explosive rooms, tools and devices shall be used that prevent sparking, as well as portable lamps with a voltage of not more than 12 V in

explosion-proof design.

3.4. Repair of ventilation systems serving the premises of production facilities of categories A and B can be carried out only after their cleaning to safe levels of concentration of explosive and fire hazardous substances inside ventilation equipment and in the area of work performance and confirmation by analysis results.

3.5. Repair of ventilation plants associated with the process shall be carried out simultaneously with repair of the process equipment.

3.6. At least 1 times a week, the employee must carefully inspect the equipment of the air heating and ventilation systems with verification of compliance of the inflow and exhaust with the specified mode, the position of the air heating dampers in the calorifers, the temperature of the return network water, the state of the heat pipelines, etc. The units shall be bypassed by the locksmith on duty daily.

3.7. The doors of the ventilation chamber shall bear the following inscriptions:

3.7.1. name of the room;

3.7.2. schematic designations of ventilation units located in the chamber;

3.7.3. fire hazard room categories and PUE area class.

3.8. Ventilation chamber doors shall be tightly closed and locked. Rooms of ventilation chambers, ventilation equipment installation areas, ventilation ducts shall not be cluttered with foreign objects.

3.9. Platforms located above the floor level, on which ventilation equipment is installed, and stationary stairs to them shall be fenced in accordance with the requirements of labor safety standards.

3.10. Ventilation chambers, platforms and other places of ventilation equipment installation shall have electric lighting.

3.11. Control devices (vanes, throttling valves, dampers, control bodies of air distributors, etc.) must be easily opened and closed, as well as reliably fixed in the given position.

3.12. Fan suction holes not connected to ducts shall be protected by metal grids.

3.13. The drive belts, couplings and other rotating parts and parts of the equipment shall be provided with a continuous or meshed enclosure to prevent accidental touching.

3.14. For the summer period, in order to avoid clogging, all calorifers from the air supply side must be closed.

Cleaning of air ducts from dust should be carried out at least 2 times a year, if more frequent cleaning of them is not required under operating conditions. Safety nets and blinds in front of fans shall be cleaned of dust and dirt at least 1 times per quarter.

4. Safety requirements in emergency situations

4.1. Immediately stop operation in case of situations that may lead to accident or accidents:

4.1.1. disable the equipment in use;

4.1.2. In case of fire or fire, the employee shall:

immediately report this to the city fire service by phone 01, indicating the address of the facility and what is burning, and to the head of the facility;

Take measures to ensure the safety and evacuation of persons;

start extinguishing the fire using the primary fire extinguishing equipment available at the facility;

upon arrival of the fire service units, inform them of the necessary information about the fire center and the measures taken to eliminate it;

for the period of fire extinguishing, the employee must provide protection in order to prevent theft of material property.

4.2. To provide the necessary first medical care to the victim at work, freeing him from the actions of the traumatic factor (electric current, mechanisms, etc.).

4.3. If injured at work, immediately contact the medical institution and report the incident to the direct supervisor, keep the workplace unchanged at the time of injury, if this does not threaten others and does not lead to an accident.

5. End-of-life safety requirements

5.1. Carefully remove the workplace.

5.2. Check the operation of the ventilation system.

5.3. Clean the tools and accessories and put them in their places.

5.4. Remove overalls, overcoats and put them in a dressing room.

5.5. Wash your hands and face with warm water with soap or take a shower,

5.6. Report any deficiencies observed during the work to the immediate supervisor.

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