Which of the following best exemplifies the difference between vertical and horizontal standards?
• ANSI standards and OSHA standards. • Standards applicable to one specific industry and standards applicable to all industries • General Industry Standards and consensus standards. • Recordkeeping requirements and medical monitoring standards. • Consensus standards and proprietary standards • Class A fires involve: • Flammable or combustible liquids • Energized electrical equipment. • Combustible metals such as magnesium. • Ordinary combustible materials such as paper and wood. • All of the above • OSHA distinguishes between various classes of flammable and combustible liquids. What is the easiest way to express the difference between flammables and combustibles? • There is no difference; only the classes of materials make a difference. • Flammables ignite spontaneously and are highly hazardous. Combustibles require a spark or flame to ignite. • Flammables ignite at low temperatures. Combustibles need to be raised to higher temperatures to ignite. • Flammables are reactive and cannot