Non-Sparking Tool Kit

SKU: #HMS1560

HazMat-optimized tool kit for first responders and clean-up crews.



This non-sparking tool kit includes 11 non-sparking, corrosive-resistant tools for the emergency response and HazMat responders.

The Hazardous Materials Response Technology Assessment by the US Fire Administration/ Federal Emergency Management Agency (USFA/FEMA) states, “Ordinary hand tools are usually made of steel, which can cause sparks if struck, scraped, or dropped which can be disastrous in an explosive atmosphere. Tools used in a hazardous materials incident MUST be constructed of non-sparking, non-ferrous, non-magnetic, corrosion-resistant metals.” AMPCO Non-Sparking, Non-Magnetic and Corrosion-Resistant Hand Tools conform to Federal, GSA, Military, as well as other international standards. 

In general, Non-Sparking Tools should be used in any environment where ignition sources are a concern. Applications include, but not limited to:

  • Maintenance and Repair Operations (MRO)
  • Collection, Holding and Transfer (CHT)
  • Hot Work
  • Work in Confined Space
  • Transportation (airports, railroads, tanker trucks, shipyards), Chemical, Petrochemical, and Gas Operations
  • Military
  • City, State and Federal Governments (utilities, waste management, HazMat, WMD)
  • General Dust Environments (grain, mining, paper/pulp mills)

Available As

  • Non-Sparking Tool Kit (HMS1560)


  • Non-sparking, non-magnetic, corrosion resistant
  • Recommended for use in hazardous environments where flammable or combustible vapors, liquids, dusts or residues are present
  • Non-sparking or intrinsically safe tools are required and/or recommended by many federal agencies including: OSHA, Department of Energy (DOE), National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA), National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH), Supervisor of Shipbuilding & Repair (SUPSHIP) and more


Non-Sparking Tool Kit (HMS1560)

Additional Info


03OE-04-KTTL   (Kit, Tool, Miscellaneous, Non-Sparking)