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    SSPC-Guide 17, Guide to Developing a Corporate Safety Program for Industrial Painting and Coating Contractors

    This guide has been developed to provide guidance in developing a company safety program for contractors who apply industrial coatings. Contractors seeking to be certified in accordance with the requirements of SSPC Qualification Procedures (e.g., SSPC-QP 1, QP 2, and QP 3) must present written verification that their company has a safety program in effect and that program rules are constantly monitored and enforced. This guide identifies the core elements and requirements for developing a company safety program that incorporates good safety practice as well as regulatory requirements, and complies with the requirements for SSPC certification as well as meeting the current OSHA guidelines for a company safety program.
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    SSPC-Guide 19, Selecting Coatings for Use Over Galvanized Substrates

    This guide assists owners and specifiers to select an appropriate generic coating for protection of galvanized steel surfaces exposed to aggressive environments. Factors to consider when making the selection include characteristics of the service environment, whether the coating will used for spot repair or as a full overcoat, the age and condition of the galvanized layer, and the amount of surface preparation required. Each of these factors may take a different priority in the decision-making process depending upon the requirements of a specific project, which will affect the coating selection.
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    SSPC-Guide 6, Guide for Containing Surface Preparation Debris Generated During Paint Removal Operations

    This guide describes methods of paint removal, containment systems and procedures for minimizing or preventing emissions from escaping the work area, and procedures for assessing the adequacy of the controls over emissions. The containment systems are categorized in up to four classes per type of paint removal method, (dry blast cleaning, wet blast cleaning, power tool cleaning, and chemical stripping) based on the extent to which emissions are controlled.
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