Spray-painting will be done only in areas designated for that use. No personnel
may enter an area of spray painting without protection until 30 minutes after all
painting/cleaning is completed.
Do not use gasoline for cleaning.
Avoid skin contact with cleaning solvents. Wear impervious gloves, eye protection
Observe fire regulations when using paints, lacquers, primers, removers and
thinners; many are highly flammable. Keep away from heat, flames and sparks.
Post "NO SMOKING" signs in and within a 50 foot radius of paint spraying and
Dried spray-paint dust can pose an extreme fire hazard. Remove and dispose of
this dust daily in accordance with AR 420-47. The danger of fire can be materially
reduced by the use of a water-wash or waterfall type of spray booth.
There will be no open flame or spark-producing equipment (e.g. electric sanders)
within a 20 foot radius of any spray-painting area.
Wiping cloths soaked with paint residue or oil must either be destroyed or kept in a
container meeting NFPA standards to prevent possible spontaneous combustion.