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Final Rule

Digger Derricks rulemaking. Final Rules 77:67270-67276, (2012, November 9).

Cranes and Derricks in Construction; Final Rule. Final Rules 75:47905-48177, (2010, August 9). The Office of the Federal Register published the final rule on August 9, 2010.

Cranes and Derricks in Construction Regulations

Search all available Federal Registers for Cranes and Derricks.

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Standard Interpretations

Cranes and Derricks Standard Interpretations

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Compliance Assistance

Fact Sheets

Frequently Asked Questions

Small Entity Compliance Guide

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Presentations

Trade News Release, August 17, 2012

News Release, July 28, 2010

OSHA Cranes & Derricks Subpart CC [1 MB PPT*, 62 slides]

Understanding OSHA's New Cranes and Derricks in Construction Standard. AGC Cranes and Derricks Webinar**. A 60 minute PowerPoint presentation with voiceover and question and answers.

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Other Resources

Stakeholder Outreach

  • Webchat, July 28, 2010 3 p.m. EDT.
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*These files are provided for downloading.

**This presentation is intended to provide information about the Cranes and Derricks standard. The Occupational Safety and Health Act requires employers to comply with safety and health standards promulgated by OSHA or by a state with an OSHA-approved state plan. However, this presentation is not itself a standard or regulation, and it neither creates new legal obligations nor alters existing obligations created by OSHA standards or the Occupational Safety and Health Act.

OSHA's statements contained in the linked file are intended to provide information about the Cranes and Derricks in Construction standard. The Occupational Safety and Health Act requires employers to comply with safety and health standards promulgated by OSHA or by a state with an OSHA-approved state plan. However, OSHA's statements in the linked file are not themselves a standard or regulation, and they neither create new legal obligations nor alter existing obligations created by OSHA standards or the Occupational Safety and Health Act.