Shipyard Employment: Ship Repair. OSHA eTool, (2002, December). Shipyard work has traditionally been hazardous, with an injury-accident rate more than twice that of construction and general industry. OSHA has targeted the industry in its Strategic Plan to reduce injuries and illnesses and prevent fatalities. This eTool addresses the entire 1915 regulation as it pertains to Ship Repair which includes activities such as altering, converting, installing, cleaning, painting, and maintaining vessels.
Safety and Health Injury Prevention Sheets (SHIPS) [7 MB PDF*, 33 pages]. OSHA, (2002, December). Shipyard operating in the United States often does not have the benefit of full-time, on-board safety and health specialists. To meet this need and help prevent injuries, the shipyard community and OSHA have jointly developed Safety and Health Injury Prevention Sheets (SHIPS).
Shipyard Repair: Confined Space and Hot Work. OSHA eTool, (2001, September). Shipyard work has traditionally been hazardous, with an injury-accident rate more than twice that of construction and general industry. OSHA has targeted the industry in its Strategic Plan to reduce injuries and illnesses and prevent fatalities.
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