10. V5, High Flash Point Liquids, OSHA IIIB.
11. V6, Petroleum Products.
12. V7, Environmental Hazards.
13. Z1, Article Containing Asbestos.
14. Z2, Article Containing Mercury.
15. Z3, Article Containing Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB)
16. Z4, Article, Battery, Lead Acid, Nonspillable
17. Z5, Article, Battery, Nickel Cadmium, Nonspillable
18. Z7, Article, Battery, Dry Cell
E. Storage Arrangement. Storage aids should offer the most practical and efficient use of space
while simultaneously protecting the material from physical damage. Such aids may consist of
pallet racks, pallet support sets, bins, cantilever racks, drive-through racks, and gravity flow
racks. Bulk storage space should be available to accommodate single height palletized loads of
material that do not require storage aid support. Stacking heights of materials to be stored should
be limited based on ceiling heights, material weight, floor load weight limitations, and minimum
clearance required to accommodate fire suppression equipment.
F. References. Additional information may be found in:
1. Title 29 CFR, part 1910.
2. ASNI/NFPA standard 101, Life Safety Code.
4.16 DoD Storage Type P: Organic Peroxide Material Storage
A. Purpose. This storage area should be used to store those DOT-regulated organic peroxide
formulations that are classified by NFPA standard 43B as class I, II, or III. Classes IV and V are
considered low risk and may be stored in either type L or P storage.
1. Class I describes formulations that are capable of deflagration but not detonation.
2. Class II describes formulations that burn very rapidly and present a severe reactivity hazard.
3. Class III describes formulations that burn rapidly and present a moderate reactivity hazard.
4. Class IV describes formulations that burn in the same manner as ordinary combustibles and
present a minimal reactivity hazard.