Liquefied Petroleum Gas Sampling Procedures
It has been established that the risk of an incident is much greater when personnel are attempting to draw samples from areas unfamiliar to them, particularly if they attempt to use mis-matched connections. The most common example of this situation is the requirement for shore representatives to draw samples from ship tanks.
These recommendations have been produced by a working group made up from industry experts and coordinated by SIGTTO.
The book looks at the following aspects of sampling
- Reasoning behind taking cargo samples
- Sampling connections, eg open and closed loop systems
- Types of sample containers
- Recommendations for standard sample connections
- Safety procedures in taking samples
- Witherby Seamanship International