(1) Large-scale machining workshops should be buildings with Class I or II fire resistance, and other simple buildings shall not be built in the workshop.
(2) The hardware parts processing manufacturer introduces the used oil rags, oil cotton yarns and oil sawdust. It should be placed in a covered metal tube (box) and processed every day.
(3) It is strictly forbidden to wipe machine tools with gasoline, alcohol, etc. in the workshop. The remaining oil after washing the parts shall not be poured into the sewer or ditch arbitrarily, but shall be poured into the container at the designated place for unified treatment.
(4) No gasoline should be stored in the workshop. The storage capacity of kerosene and kerosene should not exceed one day’s consumption and should be stored in iron drums with lids. If the storage capacity is large, an oil storage room should be specially set up. No other combustibles should be stored in the oil storage room, and the indoor ventilation should be kept well. The electrical switch should be installed in the outdoor distribution box.
(5) In the mechanical processing workshop, fires are often caused by accidental use of stoves for heating, use of waste oil cotton yarn to light fires, and littering of cigarette butts and match stems. Therefore, it is necessary to strictly manage on-site smoking and stove heating.
(6) The hardware parts processing manufacturer analyzes that if open flame welding and cutting operations are required in the workshop, the surrounding environment should be checked first, combustibles should be removed, and the nearby machine tools should be covered with refractory materials. Simultaneously. A special person must be designated to be responsible for guardianship. After the operation is completed, the remaining fire should also be checked and eliminated.