19 Miss. Code. R. § 7-13.04 - Amendment of NFPA Standards

NFPA 58 (2017) Section 5.2.8.3 is amended to include the following language:

A stationary container with the water capacity of 1,000 gallons or larger, that does not have a nameplate in accordance with NFPA 58 (2017) Section 5.2.8.3, may remain in service if:

(1) the Department's Liquefied Compressed-Gas Division ("LC-Gas Division") determines that an accurate nameplate replacement can be created and attached to the container, and the LC-Gas Division approves of such replacement and attachment; or
(2) the LC-Gas Division is familiar with the container, has previously inspected and approved the container at its current location, and, at its discretion, issues an official determination letter stating that the container is allowed to remain in service. However, if allowed to remain in service, the container cannot be moved to a different location; otherwise, it must be discontinued from service. The LC-Gas Division official determination letter discussed in this subsection shall remain at the property where the container is located and it shall be produced for inspection to any person upon request.

A stationary container with the water capacity of less than 1,000 gallons, that does not have a nameplate in accordance with NFPA 58 (2017) Section 5.2.8.3, may remain in service only if the LC-Gas Division determines that an accurate nameplate replacement can be created and attached to the container, and the LC-Gas Division approves of such replacement and attachment. Under no other circumstance shall such container remain in service.

Notes

19 Miss. Code. R. § 7-13.04
Miss. Code Ann. § 75-57-9; § 75-57-105 (Rev. 2016).
Adopted 6/15/2019

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