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Relates to agents which burn or explode when mixed with air, oxygen or nitrous oxide in the concentration range used in medical practice under normal ambient conditions, and applies to hospitals and rooms in industrial premises, dental surgeries and the like where the agents may be used. Includes flammability limits of inhalational anaesthetics, and information on nature of hazards and installation of antistatic flooring.

Document History

  1. AS 1169-1982


    Minimizing of combustion hazards arising from the medical use of flammable anaesthetic agents

    • Most Recent
  2. AS 1169-1973

    Rules for minimizing hazards arising from the use of flammable medical agents and non-flammable medical gases (known as SAA Medical agents and cases safety code)

    • Historical Version
  3. AS CZ9-1963

    Rules for the minimizing of fire and explosion hazards arising from theuse of flammable medical agents known as the SAA flammable medicalagents safety code

    • Historical Version
  4. AS CZ9-1956

    Rules for the minimising of anaesthetic fire and explosion hazards in hospitals

    • Historical Version