Toolbox Talk: Flammable Liquids
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Flammable liquids should be handled with care and stored in proper containers. When handling a flammable liquid, all sources of ignition should be eliminated. Gasoline has a flash point of 45 degrees below zero Fahrenheit. At room temperature (70 to 80 degrees), it is easy to recognize that gasoline gives off significant vapors. As temperatures increase, flammable liquid vapors increase.
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