Classifying sources of hazard

@inproceedings{Korver1995ClassifyingSO,
  title={Classifying sources of hazard},
  author={W. Korver},
  year={1995}
}
The chapter focuses on sources of hazard: static and dynamic, open and closed, and mini; small; and large, elaborating on conditions that make a location hazardous and specifying the levels of safety and hazard in a hazardous location. . For a location to become hazardous, it is necessary that a flammable gas or vapor is present in the air in sufficient quantities and that it mixes with the air in a ratio that allows the flammable gas or vapor mixture to explode when ignited. To correctly… CONTINUE READING