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Recommended for use in hazardous environments where flammable or combustible vapors, liquids, dusts or residues are present.

USFA/FEMA (U.S. Fire Administration / Federal Emergency Management Agency) "Hazardous Materials Response Technology Assessment" states, "Ordinary hand tools are usually made of steel, which can cause sparks if struck, scraped, or dropped which can be disastrous in an explosive atmosphere. Tools used in a hazardous materials incident MUST be constructed of non-sparking, non-ferrous, non-magnetic corrosion resistant metals."

OSHA (Occupational Safety & Health Administration) document "Hand and Power Tools" states, "Iron or steel hand tools may produce sparks that can be an ignition source around flammable substances. Where this hazard exists, spark-resistant tools should be used..."

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