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  • American Petroleum Institute (API). API develops standards that identify and support proven, sound engineering and operating practices, and safe, interchangeable equipment and materials, for use in the petroleum industry. API is an accredited Standards Developing Organization that meets the due process requirements of the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
    • API Publications
      • 945-1992, Avoiding Environmental Cracking in Amine Units, First Edition
      • 2009, Safe Welding and Cutting Practices in Refineries, Gasoline Plants, and Petrochemical Plants, Sixth Edition
      • 920-1992, Prevention of Brittle Fracture of Pressure Vessels, First Edition
  • Institute of Makers of Explosives (IME). IME is the safety association of the commercial explosives industry in the United States and Canada.
    • Safety Library Publications (SLPs)
      • SLP 1: Construction Guide for Storage Magazines
      • SLP 2: The American Table of Distances
      • SLP 3: Suggested Code of Regulations for the Manufacture, Transportation, Storage, Sale, Possession, and Use of Explosive Materials
      • SLP 4: Warnings and Instructions
      • SLP 12: Glossary of Commercial Explosives Industry Terms
      • SLP 17: Safety in the Transportation, Storage, Handling & Use of Commercial Explosive Materials
      • SLP 20: Safety Guide for the Prevention of Radio Frequency Radiation Hazards in the Use of Commercial Electric Detonators (Blasting Caps)
      • SLP 22: Recommendations for the Safe Transportation of Detonators in a Vehicle with Certain Other Explosive Materials and Generic Guide for the use of IME 22 Container (insert-12/94)
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