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Are non-flammable chemicals stored in the NFPA approved flammable liquids storage cabinet?

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Are non-flammable chemicals stored in the NFPA approved flammable liquids storage cabinet?

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Only store flammable liquids in a NFPA approved cabinet. back to top back to interactive checklist 4. Are acids and bases stored together? Separate acids and bases. Do not store liquid and solids corrosives together. back to top back to interactive checklist 5. Are acids stored on plastic trays? Store acids on plastic trays unless they are stored in an acid cabinet. Do not store acids or bases above eye level. Specially designed corrosion resistant cabinets (acid cabinets) are present in some laboratories and should be used for the acid storage. back to top back to interactive checklist 6. Are cabinets that store corrosive materials damaged? Damaged cabinets must be repaired. Contact your facilities office to schedule repair work. back to top back to interactive checklist 7. Are chemical reactions visible (discolored reagents, white haze on bottles)? This indicates that incompatible storage is present. Remove chemical containers and clean (wet wipe) all dry chemical storage areas. Exam

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