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    The 7 Methods of Source Contaminant Control

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    There are 7 methods of source contaminant control. Explain each of the 7 methods and provide examples within your descriptions to better demonstrate your understanding of each method.

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    The 7 methods of source contaminant control include Impact, (b) Penetration, (c) Compression (roll-over), (d) Chemical, (e) Heat, (f) Harmful dust, (g) Light (optical) radiation. The impact source control is predicated upon controlling sources of motion wherein machinery that entails processes involving movement of tools, the potential presence of particles emanating from machine elements, or movement of personnel who could collide with stationary objects must be controlled. The next source, penetration involves sharp objects ...

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    This response goes through each method of source containment control. It provides examples to illustrate each method.

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