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CO2 Codes and Regulations

Employee safety and health are at the top of any good company’s list of priorities and so is compliance with established rules and regulations. Organizations like Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) set rules and regulations for hazardous materials, like CO2, and working conditions. If a company doesn’t follow them, they pay stiff penalties. Organizations set CO2 codes and regulations so that companies don’t endanger their employees or the environment. The team at CO2 Monitoring believes in education and helping out. We have listed some of the relevant CO2 codes and regulations and links to sites for you. Now you can read the full set of rules for yourself and make sure you comply. Safety and responsibility are not things to take lightly, so arm yourself with information and keep your facility and team safe.

Compressed Gas Regulations

 Name of Regulation Description Country/ Location Corresponding Regulation
International Fire Code (2018) The IFC explains the proper use of carbon dixoide as relates to dispensing, detection, and ventilation. United States Section 5307 and Chapter 50
National Fire Protections Association (2016) The NFPA issues general consensus codes and standards which are intended to mitigate the possibility of fire and risk with hazardous materials such as carbon dioxide. United States NFPA 55 


Bulk Pressure Vessel Regulations

 Name of Regulation Description Country/ Location Corresponding Regulation
National Board Inspection Code 2017 The NBIC is published for public use to maintain the integrity of pressure vessel systems by providing rules for installation, inspection, repairs and alterations. United States

Part 1 and Part 2


General Safety Regulations

Name of Regulation  Description Country/ Location Corresponding Regulation
Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA assures that any working individual be provided training, outreach, education and assistance to establish specific standards for a safe and healthy work-place environment. United States Health and Safety at Work Act