I would like to start a question.
As we train and do audits, we find issues of hazardous chemicals being handled and stored improperly at many foreign sites. The 'guidance' is to segregate, keep apart, isolate for the various hazard classes. The factories are asking good questions as to whether we can further define these words: segregate, keep apart, isolate - that is where I am seeking help. I have the 'definitions' from U.S.. DOT, IMDG, NFPA. Somewhat helpful but not definitive for factories. Can anyone offer some guidance? Good reference(s) we can provide to the global supply chain?
Technical Director Chemical Compliance Management
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