Wash. Admin. Code § 296-835-11025 - Periodically inspect your dip tanks and associated equipment and correct any deficiencies

Current through Register Vol. 21-18, September 15, 2021

(1) You must inspect or test your dip tanks and associated equipment periodically, including:
(a) Covers;
(b) Overflow pipes;
(c) Bottom drains and valves;
(d) Electrical wiring, equipment, and grounding connections;
(e) Ventilating systems;
(f) Fire extinguishing equipment.
(2) You must inspect the hoods and ductwork of the ventilation system for corrosion and damage and make sure the airflow is adequate:
(a) At least quarterly during operation;
(b) Prior to operation after a prolonged shutdown.
(3) You must promptly fix any deficiencies found.


1. To assist you in tracking your inspections and actions taken from those inspections, you may want to keep a written record.

2. It is recommended that inspections be at least quarterly even if the system is not operating. Depending on the chemicals in use more frequent inspection may be required.


Wash. Admin. Code § 296-835-11025
Amended by WSR 17-18-075, Filed 9/5/2017, effective 10/6/2017

Statutory Authority: RCW 49.17.010, [49.17].040, and[49.17].050 . 02-15-102, § 296-835-11025, filed 7/17/02, effective 10/1/02.

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