Exhibit 2, 011 FW 2
Example Tables, Figures, and Lists

Supersedes Exhibit 2, 011 FW 2, 01/05/09

Date:  February 22, 2010

Series: Service Directives

Part 011: The Fish and Wildlife Service Manual

Originating Office: Division of Policy and Directives Management

 

 

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TABLES

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Regional office finance staff must send the completed invoice summary on or before the 15th day of the second month following the month you are reporting if you do not submit your summary electronically, or the 25th day of the second month following the month you are reporting if you submit your summary electronically.

 

      …into this table, making it easier to understand:

 

Table 1-1: Regional Invoice Summary Due Dates

If you send your summary…

Then we must receive it by…

 

Electronically

The 25th day of the second month…

Paper or fax

The 15th day of the second month…

 

 

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FIGURES

 

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A dam’s height is the vertical distance between the lowest point on the dam crest and the lowest point in the original streambed measured at the toe of the dam.

 

                                           Figure 1: Dam Height

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LISTS

 

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“8.14 What are the fire protection features required in laboratories? Laboratories must comply with NFPA 45, Standard on Fire Protection for Laboratories Using Chemicals. Project Leaders must protect all new laboratories with an automatic fire sprinkler system in accordance with NFPA 45 and NFPA 13. Project Leaders also must provide a second means of access to an exit if the laboratory is greater than 1,000 square feet, when a chemical fume hood is located adjacent to the primary exit, or if a compressed gas cylinder could prevent safe egress during an accidental release of pressurized gas. Project Leaders must also provide emergency lighting in any laboratory where a second means of exit access is required, and based on the Hazard Rating of the laboratory, maintain fire separation between a laboratory and surrounding occupancies. Finally, managers must locate electrical outlets, switches, or controls so they are not subject to liquid spills.”

 

AFTER—List:

 

“8.14 What are the fire protection features required in laboratories? Laboratories must comply with NFPA 45, Standard on Fire Protection for Laboratories Using Chemicals. We must: 

 

A. Protect all new laboratories with an automatic fire sprinkler system in accordance with NFPA 45 and NFPA 13;

 

B. Provide a second means of access to an exit:

 

(1) If the laboratory is greater than 1,000 square feet,

 

(2) When a chemical fume hood is located adjacent to the primary exit, or

 

(3) A compressed gas cylinder could prevent safe egress during an accidental release of pressurized gas.

 

C. Provide emergency lighting in any laboratory where a second means of exit access is required;

 

D. Based on the Hazard Rating of the laboratory, maintain fire separation between a laboratory and surrounding occupancies; and

 

E. Locate electrical outlets, switches, or controls so they are not subject to liquid spills.”

 

 


For information on the content of this exhibit, contact Krista Bibb in the Division of Policy and Directives Management, at Krista_Bibb@fws.gov.  


 

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