Special Bulletin Volume 75-79

Special Bulletin Volume 75-79

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1916 edition. Excerpt: ...fur-cutting industry.' Art. 1. In fur-cutting establishments, employers, directors or managers, aside from the general regulations contained in the decree of July 10, 1913, shall observe the special safety and sanitation rules set forth in the following articles. Art. 2. No skins, waste, or furs shall be stored in the workshops. Not more skins than are necessary to supply a day's work shall be allowed to remain in the workshops. Art. 3. Waste water from the washing of skins shall be removed immediately from the workroom through enclosed pipes. Art. 4. The preparation of nitrate of mercury shall be arranged in such a way that the workman in charge of such work shall not breathe the nitric fumes. In workplaces where the operation of carrotting is carried on, the carrotting tables. the covering of the walls up to a man's height and the floor shall be of waterproof material ine iiquiu nitrate dripping from the skins, the brushes and the tables shall be gathered directly into pans. Each week, the carrotting tables, the walls up to a man's height and the floor shall be thoroughly flushed. The waste water from the flushing shall be removed in the same way as prescribed in the preceding article. Art. 5. The carrotting stove shall be arranged in such a manner as to prevent the escaping of gas, vapor or dust, even when the door of the stove is 0 en. pThe stove shall be built in such a way that a workman may introduce or remove skins without entering the stove. Art. 6. The brushing of the carrotted skins and the cutting and blowing of the furs shall be done in a tightly closed apparatus or by means of an arrangement effectively preventing the dissemination of dust. Art. 7. Employers shall provide workmen engaged in the work...show more

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