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Effect distance or damage range). 7. In the Appendix of Techniques for Assessing Industrial Hazards, the Bank outlines its guidelines for identifying, analyzing and controlling major hazards at industrial installations. As described by the Bank's guidelines, a major hazard would exist under the following circumstances: a release of toxic subsubstances, highly reactive or explosive substances, or flammable substances. The guidelines list the types of industrial installations which could present a major hazard.
15. Industry projects may have hazards such as the following: physical hazard from machine moving parts, heat stress from strenuous work near furnaces, noise hazard around machinery, dusts from grinding and sawing, rupture of pressurized vessels, exposure to water and wastewater treatment chemicals, explosion during high speed chemical reactions, and toxic fumes from chemical spills. 16. Mining projects may have hazards such as the following: physical hazard from use of explosives and excavation equipment, dusts from drilling, blasting and crushing, oxygen depletion, and toxic gases in underground mines and cave-ins.
Guidelines for environmental assessment of energy and industry projects. Economic developmentEnvironmental aspects. Title. 139, etc.. 3) Page iii Contents Foreword v Preface vii How to Use the Sourcebook ix Acknowledgments xi Chapter 10 Energy and Industry 1 Industrial Hazard Management 2 Hazardous Materials Management 17 Plant Siting and Industrial Estate Development 19 Electric Power Transmission Systems 25 Oil and Gas Pipelines 32 Oil and Gas Development--Offshore 41 Oil and Gas Development--Onshore 52 Hydroelectric Projects 63 Thermoelectric Projects 74 Financing Nuclear Power: Options for the Bank 83 Cement 90 Chemical and Petrochemical 101 Fertilizer 111 Food Processing 120 Small- and Medium-Scale Industries 130 Iron and Steel Manufacturing 135 Nonferrous Metals 145 Petroleum Refining 157 Pulp, Paper, and Timber Processing 168 Mining and Mineral Processing 179 References 195 Annex 10-1.