LIFE SAFETY


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LIFE SAFETY
LIFE SAFETYSafety always shall be a major consideration in the design and operation of cleanrooms. Critical life safety systems and safety egress are required by codes and industry-accepted practices. Major underwriters such as Factory Mutual Global (FMG) publish guidelines for materials to be used in the construction of cleanrooms and generally will not insure a cleanroom that has not designed, constructed, and operated per the recommended practices. Typical safety systems for cleanrooms include toxic gas monitoring (TGM), leakage sensors in the containment piping, waste systems, enhanced (early detection), fire alarms, and oxygen level monitoring. These systems provide levels of alarming ranging from basic visual and auditory to automatic dial out to emergency responders and digital storage of 365/2…
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Hwaiyu Geng, CMfgE, PE: Semiconductor Manufacturing Handbook, Second Edition. LIFE SAFETY, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018 2005), AccessEngineering Export