M_002 - Compressed Gas Safety Training Test

University of Rochester Laboratory for Laser Energetics
Document ID: S-SA-M-012 Rev. E 25 January 2016
Milt Shoup - LLE Mechanical Safety Officer shoup@lle.rochester.edu

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    1) Answer all questions.Passing score is 80%. 2) Your grade will be emailed; follow instructions provided in the email to receive credit for this training. Email questions and comments to: safety_training@lle.rochester.edu
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    Full address required (e.g., jdoe@lle.rochester.edu)
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    Always wear gloves and eye protection.
    Before removing the cylinder cap, move the cylinder to the work site.
    Visually inspect all equipment used with the cylinder. Replace all defective equipment before proceeding.
    Properly secure the cylinder to floor, wall or bench with appropriate chain or stand to prevent toppling.
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    Verify the cylinder valve is tightly closed.
    Remove the cylinder cap.
    Inspect the cylinder valve threads for damage or contamination.
    Remove the cylinder valve plug, if any.
    If necessary, clean all threaded connections using isopropyl alcohol and lint free wipes.
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    Attach the regulator and securely tighten.
    Make sure all connections are dry.
    Make sure the regulator pressure is as low as possible by turning the pressure control knob counter-clockwise.
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    If no gross leaks (hissing sound) are readily observable, fully open the valve.
    Position yourself with the cylinder between you and the regulator.
    Slowly open the cylinder valve and observe the high pressure gauge on the regulator as it climbs to full cylinder pressure.
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