• Record Type:
    OSHA Instruction
  • Current Directive Number:
    CPL 02-00-035
  • Old Directive Number:
    CPL 2.35 CH-13
  • Title:
    SAVEs Manual Changes for "Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records"
  • Information Date:
  • Standard Number:
    1910.20
Archive Notice - OSHA Archive

NOTICE: This is an OSHA Archive Document, and may no longer represent OSHA Policy. It is presented here as historical content, for research and review purposes only.

U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Washington, D.C. 20210

Reply to the Attention of:

OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

Subject: Changes to the Regulatory and General Industry Standard Alleged Violation Elements (SAVEs) Manual

A. Purpose. This instruction transmits revised and new pages to the Regulatory and General Industry SAVEs Manual for "Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records" and "Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance."

B. Scope. This instruction applies OSHA-wide

C. Action. Regional Administrators and Area Directors shall ensure that all compliance personnel:

1. Make the following page changes to the Regulatory and General Industry (SAVEs) Manual:

Remove Pages Insert Pages
1.1 through 2 1.1 through 2 40.5 40.5 through 40.64
2. File a copy of this transmittal sheet behind OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-12 in the appropriate OSHA Directives System binder.

D. Background. Final Rule and Regulations for 29 CFR 1910.20, Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records, were published in the Federal Register, Vol. 53, No. 189, September 29, 1988. A final rule for Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance was published in the Federal Register, Vol. 54, No. 144, on July 28, 1989.

OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

E. State Plan State. Regional Administrators shall advise State designees of the action required by this instruction and encourage their participation in the SAVEs program.

Patricia K. Clark, Director Directorate of Compliance Programs

DISTRIBUTION: National, Regional, and Area Offices Compliance Officers State Designees Area Office Clericals 11(c)/405 Programs NIOSH Regional Program Directors

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OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

1 29 CFR 1910.20(d)(1)(i): Each medical record for each employee was not preserved and maintained for at least the duration of employment plus thirty (30) years:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND DESCRIBE RECORDS NOT PRESERVED)
NOTE: EXCEPTIONS TO THIS PARAGRAPH INCLUDE HEALTH INSURANCE CLAIMS RECORDS MAINTAINED SEPARATELY FROM THE EMPLOYER'S MEDICAL PROGRAM AND ITS RECORDS, FIRST AID RECORDS IF MADE ON-SITE BY A NON-PHYSICIAN AND MAINTAINED SEPARATELY FROM THE EMPLOYER'S MEDICAL PROGRAM AND ITS RECORDS, AND THE MEDICAL RECORDS OF EMPLOYEES WHO HAVE WORKED LESS THAN ONE (1) YEAR FOR THE EMPLOYER ARE PROVIDED TO THE EMPLOYEE UPON TERMINATION OF EMPLOYMENT.

2 29 CFR 1910.20(d)(1)(ii): Each exposure record for each employee was not preserved and maintained for at least thirty (30) years:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND DESCRIBE RECORDS NOT PRESERVED)
NOTE: EXCEPTIONS TO THIS PARAGRAPH INCLUDE BACKGROUND DATA TO ENVIRONMENTAL (WORKPLACE) MONITORING OR MEASURING, SUCH AS LABORATORY REPORTS AND WORKSHEETS; MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS AND RECORDS CONCERNING THE IDENTITY OF A SUBSTANCE OR AGENT; AND BIOLOGICAL MONITORING RESULTS DESIGNED AS EXPOSURE RECORDS BY SPECIFIC OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS, WHICH SHALL BE PRESERVED AND MAINTAINED AS REQUIRED BY THE SPECIFIC STANDARD.

3 29 CFR 1910.20(d)(1)(iii): Each analysis using exposure or medical records was not preserved and maintained for at least thirty (30) years:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND DESCRIBE RECORDS NOT PRESERVED)

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OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

1 29 CFR 1910.20(d)(2): The employer did not preserve employee chest X-ray films in their original state:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND DESCRIBE RECORDS NOT PRESERVED)

2 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(1)(i): Access to medical records was not provided by the employer within a reasonable time (no longer than 15 working days), place, and manner when access was requested by an employee or designated representative:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEE'S AND REPRESENTATIVE(S) AND RECORDS NOT PROVIDED IN REASONABLE MANNER) (DESCRIBE WHY ACCESS PROVIDED WAS NOT REASONABLE)

OPTIONS 1-3 3 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(1)(iii)__*__: When an employee or designated representative requested a copy of a record, the employer did not assure that: ENTER THE APPROPRIATE OPTION AND SUBPARAGRAPH * ((A)- (C)):

OPTION 1 (A) A copy of the record was provided without cost to the employee or representative:
OPTION 2 (B) The necessary mechanical copying facilities were made available without cost to the employee or representative for copying the record:
OPTION 3 (C) The record was loaned to the employee or representative for a reasonable time to enable a copy to be made:
(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND REPRESENTATIVE(S) AND RECORDS NOT PROVIDED)

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OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

1 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(2)(i)(A): The employer did not, upon request, assure each employee and designated representative access to employee exposure records, defined in 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(2)(i) (A)(1)-(3) as relevant to employee exposure:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND REPRESENTATIVE(S) AND RECORDS NOT PROVIDED)
NOTE: EXCEPTION IN 29 CFR 1910.20(f).

2 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(2)(ii)(A): The employer did not, upon request, assure each employee access to employee medical records of which the employee was the subject:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND RECORDS REQUESTED NOT PROVIDED)
NOTE: EXCEPTIONS IN 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(2)(ii)(D).

3 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(2)(ii)(B): The employer did not, upon request, assure each designated representative access to the employee medical records of an employee who had given the designated representative specific written consent:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES AND RECORDS REQUESTED NOT PROVIDED)

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OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance 1 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(2)(iii)(A): The employer did not, upon request, assure each employee and designated representative access to each analysis that used exposure or medical records concerning the employee's working conditions or workplace:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEES OR REPRESENTATIVE(S) AND ANALYSES REQUESTED BUT NOT PROVIDED)

2 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(2)(iii)(B): When access was requested to an analysis that reported the contents of employee medical records by direct identifier or by information which could reasonably be used indirectly to identify specific employees, the employer did not assure that personal identifiers were removed before access was provided:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY ANALYSES AND WHATEVER DIRECT IDENTIFIERS OR OTHER INFORMATION THAT WAS NOT REMOVED (DO NOT LIST SUCH IDENTIFIERS OR INFORMATION)) (IDENTIFY TO WHOM ACCESS WAS GIVEN)
NOTE: EXCEPTION WHEN EMPLOYER CAN DEMONSTRATE THAT REMOVAL OF PERSONAL IDENTIFIERS IS NOT FEASIBLE.

3 29 CFR 1910.20(e)(3)(ii): When the employer was presented by OSHA with a written access order pursuant to 29 CFR 1913.10(d), the employer did not prominently post a copy of the written access order and its accompanying cover letter for at least fifteen (15) working days:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY ACCESS ORDER AND/OR COVER LETTER NOT POSTED) (NUMBER OF DAYS LESS THAN FIFTEEN (15) DAYS NOT POSTED)

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OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

1 29 CFR 1910.20(f)(1): When deletion of trade secret information substantially impaired evaluation of the place where or the time when exposure to a toxic substance or harmful physical agent occurred, the employer did not provide alternative information that was sufficient to permit the requesting party to identify where and when exposure occurred:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY REQUESTING PARTY) (SPECIFIC NONEXISTENCE OR INADEQUACY OF ALTERNATIVE INFORMATION)

2 29 CFR 1910.20(f)(3): The employer did not immediately disclose the specific chemical identity of a trade secret chemical to the treating physician or nurse who had determined that a medical emergency existed and the specific chemical identity of the toxic substance was necessary for emergency or first aid treatment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY PHYSICIAN OR NURSE AND EMPLOYEE(S) NEEDING TREATMENT)

3 29 CFR 1910.20(f)(4): The employer did not, upon request, disclose the specific chemical identity of a toxic substance withheld under 29 CFR 1910.20(f)(2) to a health professional, employee, or designated representative whose request met the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.20(f)(4)(i) through (f)(4)(v):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY REQUESTING HEALTH PROFESSIONAL, EMPLOYEE(S) OR REPRESENTATIVE AND SPECIFIC CHEMICAL INVOLVED) 1.5

OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

OPTIONS 1-5 1 29 CFR 1910.20(f)(8)__*__: The denial provided by the employer in response to a written request for disclosure of a specific chemical identity: ENTER THE APPROPRIATE OPTION AND SUBPARAGRAPH * ((i)- (v)):

OPTION 1 (i) Was not provided to the health professional, employee, or designated representative within thirty (30) days of the request:
OPTION 2 (ii) Was not in writing:
OPTION 3 (iii) Did not include evidence to support the claim that the specific chemical identity was a trade secret:
OPTION 4 (iv) Did not state the specific reasons why the request was being denied:
OPTION 5 (v) Did not explain in detail how alternative information might satisfy the specific medical or occupational health need without revealing the specific chemical identity:
(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR DEPARTMENTS AND THE NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES EXPOSED) (DESCRIBE CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.20(g)(1)(i): The employer did not inform current employees upon their first entering into employment and at least annually thereafter, of the existence, location, and availability of any records covered by 29 CFR 1910.20:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEE(S); WHATEVER FAILURE TO INFORM AT TIME OF EMPLOYMENT OR ANNUALLY, AND IF INFORMATION WAS GIVEN, WHAT WAS LACKING)

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1 29 CFR 1910.20(g)(1)(ii): The employer did not inform current employees upon their first entering into employment and at least annually thereafter, of the person responsible for maintaining and providing access to records covered by 29 CFR 1910.20:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEE(S); WHATEVER FAILURE TO INFORM AT TIME OF EMPLOYMENT OR ANNUALLY, AND IF INFORMATION WAS GIVEN, WHAT WAS LACKING)

2 29 CFR 1910.20(g)(1)(iii): The employer did not inform current employees upon their first entering into employment and at least annually thereafter, of each employee's rights of access to the records covered by 29 CFR 1910.20:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY EMPLOYEE(S); WHATEVER FAILURE TO INFORM AT TIME OF EMPLOYMENT OR ANNUALLY, AND IF INFORMATION WAS GIVEN, WHAT WAS LACKING)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.20(g)(2): The employer did not keep a copy of 29 CFR 1910.20 and its appendices at the workplace, or, upon request, make copies readily available:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY CIRCUMSTANCES)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.20(g)(2): The employer did not distribute to current employees any informational materials concerning 29 CFR 1910.20 made available to the employer by the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY CIRCUMSTANCES)

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OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

1 29 CFR 1910.20(h)(1): When the employer had ceased to do business, the employer did not transfer all records subject to 29 CFR 1910.20 to the successor employer:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY CIRCUMSTANCES)

2 29 CFR 1910.20(h)(2): When the employer was ceasing to do business and there was no successor employer, the employer did not notify affected current employees of the rights of access to records at least three (3) months prior to cessation of the employer's business:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY CIRCUMSTANCES)

OPTIONS 1-2 3 29 CFR 1910.20(h)(3)__*__: When the employer was either ceasing to do business and there was no successor employer to receive and maintain the records or the employer intended to dispose of any records required to be preserved for at least thirty (30) years, the employer did not: ENTER THE APPROPRIATE OPTION OR SUB- PARAGRAPH * ((i) or (ii)):

OPTION 1 (i) Transfer the records to the Director of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health when required to do so by a specific occupational safety and health standard:
OPTION 2 (ii) Notify the Director of NIOSH in writing of impending disposal of records at least three (3) months prior to the disposal of the records:
(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY CIRCUMSTANCES)

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RESERVED FOR FUTURE USE
( *1901.22 and 1910.38 pages must be inserted here.)

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OSHA Instruction CPL 2.35 CH-13 OCT 29 1990 Office of General Industry Compliance Assistance

1 29 CFR 1910.66(c)(1): Building owners of new powered platform installations did not inform the employer before each use in writing that the installation met the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(1) and 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(1) and the additional design criteria contained in other provisions of paragraph (e) and (f):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(c)(2): Building owners did not base the information required in 29 CFR 1910.66(c)(1) on the results of a field test of the powered platform installation before being placed into service and following any major alteration to an existing installation as required in 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(1):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(c)(2): The building owner assurance of the powered platform was not based on all other information, including, but not limited to, test, data, equipment specifications and verification by a registered professional engineer:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

4 29 CFR 1910.66(c)(3): Building owners of all powered platform installations, new and existing, did not inform the employer in writing that the installation has been inspected, tested, and maintained in compliance with the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(g) and 29 CFR 1910.66(h) and that all protection anchorages met the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(I)c)(10) of Appendix C:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(C)(4): The employer permitted employees to use the powered platform installation prior to receiving assurance from the building owner that the installation met the requirements contained in 29 CFR 1910.66(c)(1) and 29 CFR 1910.66(c)(3):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

2 29 CFR 19410.66(e)(1)(i): Structural supports, tie-downs, tie-in guides, anchoring devices and any affected parts of the building included in the powered platform installation were not designed by or under the direction of a registered professional engineer experienced in such design:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

3 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(1)(ii): Exterior powered platform installations were not capable of withstanding prevailing climatic conditions:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

4 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(1)(iii): The building powered platform installation did not provide safe access to, and egress from, the equipment and sufficient space to conduct necessary maintenance of the equipment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

5 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(1)(iv): The affected parts of the building did not have the capability of sustaining all the loads imposed by the powered platform equipment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(1)(v): The affected parts of the building were not designed so as to allow the powered platform equipment to be used without exposing employees to a hazardous condition:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

2 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(2)(i): The building owner did not successfully comply with the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(2)(ii) and 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(3)(iii) and did not provide tie-in guides on exterior of building for powered platform installation:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING WHAT WAS NOT COMPLIED WITH)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(3)(i): Employees working on roofs while performing building maintenance were not protected by a perimeter guarding system which met the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.23(c)(1):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING WHAT WAS LACKING IN OF 29 CFR 1910.23(c)(1))

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(3)(ii): The perimeter guard on the roof was more than six inches (152 mm) inboard of the inside face of a barrier, i.e. roof edge curb or parapet wall:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING MEASUREMENTS)

OPTION 2 5 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(3)(ii): The perimeter guard location in the roof exceeded an 18 inch setback (457 mm) from the exterior building face:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING MEASUREMENTS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(4): Operational areas for trackless type powered platform equipment were not provided with structural stops, such as curbs, to prevent equipment from traveling outside its intended travel area and to prevent a crushing or shearing hazard:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

2 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(5): Means were not provided to traverse all carriages and their suspended powered platform equipment to a safe area for maintenance and storage:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

3 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(6)(i): The working platform of a powered platform installation was not capable of being lowered, as part of its normal operation, to the lower safe surface for access and egress of personnel and the elevated track system, and traversed by carriage supported equipment, was not provided with a walkway and guardrail system:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

4 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(6)(ii): A safe means of access and egress for personnel to the lower safe surface was not provided from the working platform which was capable of being lowered, as part of its normal operation, to a safe surface:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

5 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(7): Imbedded tie-down anchors, fasteners, and affected structures of powered platform installations were not resistant to corrosion:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(8)(i): Hanging lifelines and all cables not in tension were not stabilized at each 200 foot (61 m) interval travel of the working platform beyond an initial 200 foot (61 m):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS, HAZARD(S), INCLUDING MEASUREMENTS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(8)(ii): Hanging cables, other than suspended wire ropes, which were in constant tension, were not stabilized when the vertical travel of the working platform exceeded an initial 600 foot (183 m) or less:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING HAZARD(S))

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(9): A written emergency action plan was not developed and implemented for each kind of working platform operation:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(9): The emergency action plan for the working platform operation did not explain the emergency procedures which are to be followed in the event of a power failure, equipment failure or other emergencies which could be encountered:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING WHAT WAS LACKING IN THE EMERGENCY PROCEDURES)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(9): The emergency action plan for the working platform operation did not provide that employees inform themselves about the building emergency escape routes, procedures and alarm systems before operating the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING WHAT WAS LACKING IN THE EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN)

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OPTION 4 1 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(9): The employer did not review with each employee upon initial assignment and whenever the plan was changed those parts of the emergency action plan for the working platform operation which the employee must know to protect himself or herself in the event of an emergency:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATION AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING WHAT WAS LACKING IN THE EMERGENCY ACTION PLAN)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(10): Repairs and major maintenance of those building portions that provided primary support for the suspended powered platform equipment affected the capability of the building to meet the requirements of this standard:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING WHAT AFFECTED THE CAPABILITY OF THE BUILDING TO MEET THESE REQUIREMENTS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(11)(i): General building electrical installations of buildings which utilize working platforms for building maintenance did not comply with 29 CFR 1910.302 through 29 CFR 1910.308:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (SPECIFY PROVISION(S) OF 302 THROUGH 308 NOT COMPLIED WITH)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(11)(iii): The equipment power circuit in buildings which utilize working platforms for building maintenance was not an independent electrical circuit that remained separate from all other equipment within or on the building, other than power circuits used for hand tools used in conjunction with the equipment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS AND DESCRIBE HAZARD(S))
NOTE: If the building is provided with an emergency power system, the equipment power circuit can be connected to this system.

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(11)(iv): The equipment power circuit in buildings which utilize working platforms for building maintenance was not provided with a disconnect switch that could be locked in the "OFF" and "ON" positions:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(11)(v): The disconnect switch for the power circuit in buildings which utilize working platforms for building maintenance was not locked in the "ON" position when the equipment was in use:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(11)(vi): An effective two-way voice communication system was not provided between the equipment operators and persons stationed within the building being service by powered platforms:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(11)(vi): The communications facility was not operable and manned at all times by persons stationed within the building whenever the powered platform was being used:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(1)(i): Equipment for powered platform installations were not designed by or under the direction of a registered professional engineer experienced in such design:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DESCRIBE HAZARD(S))

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(1)(ii): The design of equipment for powered platform installations did not provide for a minimum live load of 250 pounds (113.6 kg) for each occupant of a suspended or supported platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT WAS THE RATED LIVE LOAD)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(1)(iii): Equipment for powered platform installations that was exposed to wind when in service was not designed to withstand forces generated by winds of at least 100 miles per hour (44.7 m/s) at 30 feet (9.2 m) above grade:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DESCRIBE HAZARD(S))

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(1)(iv): Equipment for powered platform installations that was exposed to wind when in service was not designed to withstand forces generated by winds of at least 50 miles per hour (22.4 m/s) for all elevations:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DESCRIBE HAZARD(S))

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(2): Bolted connections for equipment used for powered platform installations were not self-locking or otherwise secured to prevent loss of the connections by vibrations:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3): Elevated building maintenance equipment for powered platform installations was not suspended by a carriage, outriggers, davits or equivalent method:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DESCRIBE METHOD OF SUSPENSION USED)

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1 29 CFR 1910.(f)(3)(i)(A): The horizontal movement of the carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment was not controlled so as to ensure its safe movement and allow accurate positioning of the platform for vertical travel or storage:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DESCRIBE HAZARD(S))

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(B): Powered carriages used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment exceeded a traversing speed of 50 feet per minute 4(0.3 m/s):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(C): The initiation of a traversing movement for a manually propelled carriage, used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment, on a smooth level surface required a person to exert a horizontal force greater than 40 pounds (177.9 n):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(D): Structural stops and curbs were not provided to prevent the traversing of the carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment, beyond its designed limits of travel:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(E): Traversing controls for a powered carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment were not of a continuous pressure weatherproof type:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DESCRIBE TYPE OF TRAVERSING CONTROLS BEING USED)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(E): Multiple traversing controls for a powered carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment were not arranged to permit operations from only one control station at a time:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 3 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(E): An emergency stop device was not provided on each end of a powered carriage for interrupting power to the carriage drive motors:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(F): The operating controls were not connected that in case of suspension equipment, traversing of a carriage was not possible until the suspension portion of the equipment was located at its uppermost designed position for traversing; and was free of contact with the face of the building or building guides:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS (DESCRIBE HAZARD(S))

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(G): Stability for underfoot supported carriages used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment was not obtained by gravity, by an attachment to a structural support, or by a combination of gravity and a structural support:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(G)(1): The stability factor, including the effects of impact and wind, against overturning was less than two for horizontal traversing of the carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment:

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(G)(2): The carriages and their anchorages used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment, were not capable of resisting accidental over- tensioning of the wire ropes suspending the working platform, and this calculated value did include the effect of one and one-half times the stall capacity of the hoist motor:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(G)(2): All parts of the carriage and their anchorage installation were not capable of withstanding without damage to any part of the installation, the forces resulting from the stall load of the hoist and one half the wind load:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(G)(3): Roof carriages used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment, which relied on having tie-down devices secured to the building to develop the required stability against overturning were not provided with an interlock to prevent vertical platform movement unless the tie-down was engaged:
(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(H): An automatically applied braking or locking system, or equivalent, was not provided to prevent unintentional traversing of power traversed or power assisted carriages used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(I): A manual or automatic braking or locking system or equivalent was not provided to prevent unintentional traversing of manually propelled carriages used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(J): A means to lock out the power supply was not provided for the carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(K): Safe access to and egress from the carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment was not provided from a safe surface:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(K): The carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment traversed an elevated area and all operating areas on the carriage were not protected by a guardrail system in compliance with the provisions of 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(F):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DESCRIBE WHAT PROVISION(S) OF 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(F) NOT COMPLIED WITH)

OPTION 3 5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(K): The access gate on the carriage used for suspension of elevated building maintenance equipment was not self-closing and self-latching, or provided with an interlock:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(L): Each carriage work station position was not identified by location markings and/or position indicators:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(i)(M): The motors did not stall when the load on the hoist motors was in excess of three times that necessary for lifting the working platform with its rated load:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(A): Transportable outriggers were used as a method of suspension for ground rigged working platforms where the point of suspension exceeded 300 feet (91.5 m) above a safe surface:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(A): Tie-in guide systems were not provided which met the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(2) for transportable outriggers used as a method of suspension for ground rigged working platforms:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT PROVISIONS OF 29 CFR 1910.66 (e)(2) NOT COMPLIED WITH)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(B): Transportable outriggers were not used only with self-powered, ground rigged working platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(C): Each transportable outrigger was not secured with a tie-down to a verified anchorage on the building during the entire period of its use:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 9 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(C): The anchorage on the building for the transportable outriggers was not designed to have a stability factor not less than four against overturning or upsetting of the outrigger:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(D): Access to and egress from the working platform of a transportable outrigger was not from and to a safe surface below the point of suspension:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(E): Each transportable outrigger was not designed for lateral stability to prevent roll-over in the event an accidental lateral load is applied to the outrigger:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(F): Each transportable outrigger was not designed to support an ultimate load of not less than four times the rated load of the hoist:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

6 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(G): Each transportable outrigger was not so located that the suspension wire ropes for two point suspended working platform were hung parallel:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(H): Transportable outriggers were not tied-back to a verified anchorage on the building with a rope equivalent in strength to the suspension rope:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(ii)(I): The tie-back rope was not installed parallel to the centerline of the transportable outrigger:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(A): Every davit installation, fixed or transportable, rotatable or non-rotatable, was not designed and installed to insure that it had a stability factor against overturning of not less than four:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(B)(1): On roof rigged davit systems, access to and egress from the working platform was not from a safe surface:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(B)(1): On roof rigged davit systems, access to or egress from the working platform required persons to climb over a building's parapet or guard railing:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(B)(2): On roof rigged davit systems, the working platform was not provided with wheels, casters, or a carriage for traversing horizontally:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(C)(1): On ground rigged davit systems, the point of suspension exceeded 300 feet (91.5 m) above a safe surface:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(C)(1): On ground rigged davit systems, guide systems were not provided which met the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(2):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(C)(2): On ground rigged davit systems, access to and egress from the working platform was not from a safe surface below the point of suspension:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(D): A rotating davit required a horizontal force in excess of 40 pound (177.9 n) per person to initiate a rotating movement:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

6 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(E)(1): A transportable davit or part of a transportable davit weighing more than 80 pounds (36 kg) was not provided with a means for its transport, which kept the center of gravity of the davit at or below 36 inches (914 mm) above the safe surface during transport:

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(E)(2): A transportable davit was not provided with a pivoting socket or with a base that would allow the insertion or removal of a davit at a position of not more than 35 degrees above the horizontal, with the complete davit inboard of the building face being serviced:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(3)(iii)(E)(3): Means were not provided to lock the transportable davit to its socket or base before it was used to suspend the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(i): Raising and lowering of suspended or supported power platform equipment was not performed by a hoisting machine:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(ii): Each hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment was not capable of arresting any overspeed descent of the load:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(iii): Each hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment was not powered only by air, electric, or hydraulic sources:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

6 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(iv): Flammable liquids were carried on the working platform or the powered platform:

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(v): Each hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment was not capable of raising or lowering 125 percent of the rated load of the hoist:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(vi): Moving parts of a hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment were not enclosed or guarded in compliance with 29 CFR 1910.212(a)(1) and 29 CFR 1910.212(a)(2):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(vii): Winding drums, traction drums, and sheaves and directional sheaves used in conjunction with hoisting machines used with powered platform equipment were not compatible with, and sized for, the wire rope used:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(viii): Each winding drum of hoisting machines used with powered platform equipment, was not provided with a positive means of attaching the wire rope to the drum:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(viii): The attachment of the wire rope to the winding drum of hoisting machines used with powered platform equipment, was not capable of developing at least four times the rated load of the hoist:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(ix): Each hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment was not provided with a primary brake and at least one independent secondary brake, each capable of stopping and holding not less than 125 percent of the lifting capacity of the hoist:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(ix)(A): The primary brake was not directly connected to the drive train of the hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(ix)(A): The primary brake was connected to the drive train of the hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment through belts, chains, clutches, or set screw type devices:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(ix)(B)(1): The secondary brake of the hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment was not an automatic emergency type of brake that, if actuated during each stopping cycle, would not engage before the hoist was stopped by the primary brake:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(ix)(B)(2): When the secondary brake of the hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment was activated, it did not stop and hold the platform within a vertical distance of 24 inches (609.6 mm):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(4)(x): Components of a hoisting machine used with powered platform equipment which required lubrication for protection and proper functioning were not provided with a means for that lubrication to be applied:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(A): Each suspended unit component, except suspension ropes and guardrail systems, was not capable of supporting, without failure, at least four times the maximum intended live load applied or transmitted to that component:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(B): Each suspended unit component was not constructed of materials that would withstand anticipated weather conditions:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(C): Each suspended unit was not provided with a load rating plate, conspicuously located, stating the unit weight and rated load of the suspended unit:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS:

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(D): When the suspension points on a suspended unit were not at the unit ends, the unit was not capable of remaining continuously stable under all conditions of use and position of the live load, and maintain at least 1.5 to 1 stability factor against unit upset:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(E): Guide rollers, guide shoes or building face rollers were not provided for suspended equipment of powered platform installations:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(E): Guide rollers, guide shoes or building face rollers for suspended equipment of powered platform installations did not compensate for variations in building dimensions and for minor horizontal out-of-level variations of each suspended unit:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(F): Each working platform of a suspended unit of a powered platform installation was not secured by one or more of the methods specified in 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(F)(1) through 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(F)(4) or by equivalent method:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G): Each working platform of a suspended unit was not provided with a guardrail system on all sides which meets the requirements specified in 29 CFR 1910.66 (f)(5)(i)(G)(1) through 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(8):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(1): The guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit did not consist of a toprail, midrail, and a toeboard:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(2): The top guardrail on the working platform of suspended unit was less than 36 inches (914 mm) high:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(2): The top guardrail on the working platform of a suspended unit was not able to withstand at least a 100-pound (444 n) force in any downward or outward direction:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(3): The midrail of the guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit was not able to withstand at least a 75-pound (333 n) force in any downward or outward direction:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(4): The areas of the guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit between the guardrail and toeboard on the ends and outboard side, and the area between the midrail and toeboard on the inboard side, was not enclosed with a material that was capable of withstanding a load of 100 pounds (45.4 kg) applied horizontally over any area of one square foot (.09 m2):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(4): The material used for the areas of the guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit between the guardrail and toeboard on the inboard side, did not have openings small enough to reject passage of life lines and potential falling objects which could be hazardous to persons below:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(5): Toeboards of the guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit were not capable of withstanding, without failure, a force of at least 50 pound (222 n) applied in any downward or horizontal direction at any point along the toeboard:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(6): Toeboards of the guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit were not three and one-half inches (9 cm) in length from their top edge to the level of the platform floor:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(7): Toeboards of the guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit were not securely fastened in place at the outermost edge of the platform and had no more than one-half inch (1.3 cm) clearance above the platform floor:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(i)(G)(8): Toeboards of the guardrail system on the working platform of a suspended unit were not solid or had opening no greater than one inch (2.5 cm) in the greatest dimension:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(A): Suspended working platforms were less than 24 inches (610 mm) wide:

        (a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR
             CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies only to single point, two and four- point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(A): Suspended working platforms were not provided with a minimum of a 12 inch (305 mm) wide passage at or past any obstruction on the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(B): The flooring of suspended working platform was not of a slip-resistant type:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies only to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(B): The flooring of suspended working platforms contained openings that allowed the passage of life line, cables, and other potential falling objects:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies only to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(C): Suspended working platforms were not provided with a means of suspension that would restrict the platform's inboard to outboard roll about its longitudinal axis to a maximum of 15 degrees from a horizontal plane when moving the live load from the inboard to the outboard side of the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies only to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(D): Cables suspended from above suspended working platforms were not provided with a means for storage to prevent accumulation of the cable on the floor of the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(E): All operating controls for the vertical travel of suspended working platforms were not of the continuous-pressure type:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(E): All operating controls for the vertical travel of suspended working platforms were not located on the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(F): Each operating station of every suspended working platforms was not provided with a means of interrupting the power supply to all hoist motors to stop any further powered ascent or descent of the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(G): The maximum rated speed of suspended working platforms with single speed hoists, exceeded 50 feet per minute (0.3 ms):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(G): The maximum rated speed of suspended working platforms with multi-speed hoists, exceeded 75 feet per minute (0.4 ms):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(H): Provisions were not made for securing all tools, water tanks, and other accessories to prevent their movement or accumulation on the floor of suspended working platforms:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(I): Portable fire extinguishers were not provided and securely attached on all suspended working platforms:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(J): Access to and egress from suspended working platforms were not provided by stairs, ladders, platforms and runways conforming to the provisions of Subpart D of this Part:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.
NOTE: See exception to those scaffolds that land directly on a safe surface.

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(J): Access gates on suspended working platforms were not self-closing and self-latching:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(K): Means of access to or egress from suspended working platforms which were 48 inches (1.2 m) or more above the safe surface were not provided with a guardrail system or ladder handrails that conformed to the provisions of Subpart D of the Part:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITION)
NOTE: Applies to single point, two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(L): Suspended working platforms containing overhead structures which restricted the emergency egress of employees were not provided with a secondary wire rope suspension system:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide stabilized working platforms.

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(L): Suspended working platforms containing overhead structures which restricted the emergency egress of the employees, and a horizontal lifeline or a direct connection was not provided, as part of a fall arrest system which met the requirements of Appendix C, for each employee on the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to two and four-point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide working platforms.

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(M): A vertical lifeline was not provided as part of a fall arrest system which met the requirements of Appendix C, for each employee on a working platform suspended by two or more wire rope where the failure of one wire rope or suspension attachment would cause the platform to upset:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: Applies to two and four point, ground-rigged, intermittently stabilized, and button-guide working platforms.

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(N): An emergency electric operating device was not provided on roof powered two and four-point suspended working platforms near the hoisting machine for use in the event of failure of the normal operating device located on the working platform, or failure of the cable connection to the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(N): The emergency electric operating device provided on roof powered two and four-point suspended working platforms was not mounted in a secured compartment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 3 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(N): The compartment housing the emergency electric operating device provided on roof powered two and four-point suspended working platforms was not labeled with instructions for use:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 4 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(N): The means for opening the compartment housing the emergency electric operating device provided on roof powered two and four-point suspended working platforms, was not mounted in a break-glass receptacle located near the emergency electric operating device or in an equivalent secure and accessible location:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(iii)(B): Single point suspended working platforms were not provided with a secondary wire rope suspension system which would prevent the working platform from falling if there could be a failure of the primary means of support or if the platform contained overhead structures which restricted the egress of the employees:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(iii)(B): A horizontal life line or a direct connection anchorage was not provided as part of a fall arrest system which met the requirements of Appendix C, for each employee on the single point suspended working platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(iv)(B): After each day's use, the power supply within the building was not disconnected from a ground- rigged working platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(iv)(B): After each day's use, the ground-

rigged working platform was not either disengaged from its suspension points or secured and stored at grade:
(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(B): Each stabilizer tie used on intermittently stabilized platforms was not equipped with a "quick connect-quick disconnect" device which could not be accidentally disengaged, for attachment to the building anchor, and was not resistant to adverse environmental conditions:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(C): The intermittently stabilized platform was not provided with a stopping device that would interrupt the hoist power supply in the event the platform contacted a stabilizer tie during its ascent:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(D): Building face rollers used on intermittently stabilized platforms were placed at the anchor setting when exterior anchors were used on the building face:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(E): Stabilizer ties used on intermittently stabilized platforms did not allow for the specific attachment length needed to effect the predetermined angulation of the suspended wire rope:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(E): The specific attachment length needed to effect the predetermined angulation of the suspended wire rope on intermittently stabilized platforms was not maintained at all building anchor locations:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(F): Intermittently stabilized platforms were not in continuous contact with the face of the building during ascent and descent:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(G): The attachment and removal of stabilizer ties required the horizontal movement of the intermittently stabilized platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(H): Platform-mounted equipment on intermittently stabilized platforms and its suspension wire ropes was physically damaged by the loads from the stabilizer tie or its building anchor:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(v)(H): The intermittently stabilized platform, platform mounted equipment and wire ropes were not able to withstand a load at least twice the ultimate strength of the stabilizer tie:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(vi)(B): Each guide track on button-guide stabilized platforms did not engage a minimum of two guide buttons during any vertical travel of the platform following the initial button engagement:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(vi)(C): Each guide track on button-guide stabilized platforms that was part of a roof-rigged system was not provided with a storage position on the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(vi)(D): Each guide track on button-guide stabilized platforms was not sufficiently maneuverable by platform occupants to permit easy engagement of the guide buttons:

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(vi)(D): Each guide track on button-guide stabilized platforms was not sufficiently maneuverable by platform occupants to permit easy movement into and out of its storage position on the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(vi)(E): Two guide tracks were not mounted on the button-guide stabilized platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(vi)(E): The guide tracks on the button-

guide stabilized platform did not provided continuous contact with the building face:
(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(vi)(F): The load carrying components of the button-guide stabilization system which transmitted the load into the platform was not capable of supporting the weight of the platform, nor were provisions made in the guide track connectors or platform attachments to prevent the weight of the platform from being transmitted to the platform attachments:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(6)(i): Supported equipment of powered platform installations did not maintain a vertical position in respect to the face of the building by means other than friction:

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(6)(ii): Cog wheels or equivalent means were not incorporated to provide climbing traction between the supported equipment of powered platform installations and the building guides:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(6)(ii): Sufficient guide wheels or shoes were not incorporated to ensure that the drive wheels of powered platform installations were continuously held in positive engagement with the building guides:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(6)(iii): Launch guide mullions indexed to the building guides and retained in alignment with the building guides were not used to align drive wheels of powered platform installations entering the building guides:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(6)(iv): Manned platforms use on support equipment of powered platform installations did not comply with the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(A), 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(B), and 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(D) through 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(5)(ii)(K) covering suspended equipment:

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(i): Each specific powered platform installation did not use suspension wire ropes or combination cable and connections meeting the specification recommended by manufacturer of the hoisting machine used:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(i): Powered platform installation rope connections were not capable of developing at least 80 percent of the rated breaking strength of the wire rope:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(ii): Each suspension rope used for powered installations did not have a "Design Factor" of at least ten:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(iii): Suspension wire rope grade for powered platform installations was not at least improved plow steel or equivalent:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(iv): Suspension wire ropes used for powered platform installations were not sized to conform with the required design factor and/or were less than 5/16 inch (7.94 mm) in diameter:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

6 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(v): Six wire rope lays used in suspension wire ropes of powered platform installations had more than one reverse bend:

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi): A corrosion-resistant tag was not securely attached to one of the wire rope fastenings when the suspension wire rope was used at a specific location and remained in that location:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(A): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify the diameter (inches and/or mm):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(B): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify the construction classification:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(C): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify whether non-preformed or preformed:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(D): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify the grade of the material:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(E): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify the manufacturer's rated strength:

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(F): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify the manufacturer's name:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(G): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify the month and year the ropes were installed:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vi)(H): The corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not specify the name of the person or company which installed the ropes:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(vii): A new corrosion-resistant tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes was not installed at each rope renewal:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(viii): The original tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes was not stamped with date of the resocketing, nor was the original tag retained and a supplement tag provided when the ropes were resocketed:

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(viii): The supplement tag bearing wire rope data for suspension wire ropes did not show the date of resocketing and the name of the person or company that resocketed the rope:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(ix): Winding drum hoist did not contain at least three wraps of the suspension wire rope on the drum when the suspended unit had reached the lowest possible point in its vertical travel:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(x): Traction drum and sheavetype hoist were not provided with a wire rope of sufficient length to reach the lowest possible point of vertical travel of the suspended unit and an additional length of the wire rope of at least four feet (1.2 m):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(xi): Suspension wire ropes used with powered platforms were lengthened:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7)(xii): Babbitted fastenings for suspension wire ropes were used for powered platforms:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(i): Electrical wiring and equipment of control circuits, power circuits and their components used for powered platform installations did not comply with Subpart S of this Part:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (SPECIFY PROVISION(S) OF SUBPART S NOT COMPLIED WITH)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(ii): Electrical runway conductor systems of control circuits, power circuits and their components used for powered platform installations were not of a type designed for use in exterior locations:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(ii): Electrical runways conductor systems of control circuits, power circuits and their components used for powered platform installations were not located to avoid contact with accumulated snow or water:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(iii): Cables of control circuits, power circuits and their components used for powered platform installations were not protected against damage resulting from overtensioning or from other causes:

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(iv): Devices were not included in the control system for the equipment of powered platform installations to provide protection against electrical overloads, three phase reversal and phase failure:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(iv): The control system for powered platform installations did not have a separate method, independent of the direction control circuit, for breaking the power circuit in case of an emergency or malfunction:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(v): Suspended or supported equipment of powered platform installations did not have a control system which would require the operator of the equipment to follow predetermined procedures:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(vi)(A): On powered platform installations where the carriage did not have a stability factor of at least four against overturning, electrical contact(s) were not provided and so connected that the operating device for the suspended or supported equipment were operative only when the carriage was located and mechanically retained at an established operating point:

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(vi)(B): Overload protection was not provided in the hoisting or suspension system of powered platform installations to protect against the equipment operating in the "up" direction with a load in excess of 125 percent of the rated load of the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(vi)(C): An automatic detector was not provided for each suspension point of powered platforms to interrupt power to all hoisting motors for travel in the "down" direction, and apply the primary brake if any suspension wire rope became slack:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(vii): Upper and lower directional switches designed to prevent the travel of powered platform suspended units beyond safe upward and downward levels were not provided:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(viii): Emergency stop switches were not provided on remote controlled, roof-powered manned platforms adjacent to each control station on the platform:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 5 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(ix): Cables of control circuits, power circuits and their components used for powered platform installations, which were in constant tension did not have overload devices which would prevent the tension in the cable from interfering with the load limiting device, or with the platform roll limiting device:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(ix): The setting for the overload devices used to prevent the tension in cables of control circuits, power circuits and their components from interfering with the load limiting device, or with the platform roll limiting device, was not coordinated with other overload settings at the time of design of the system:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 3 2 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(ix): The setting for the overload devices used to prevent the tension in cables of control circuits, power circuits and their components from interfering with the load limiting device, or with the platform roll limiting device, was not clearly indicated on or near the device:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 4 3 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(8)(ix): The overload devices used to prevent tension in cables of control circuits, power circuits and their components from interfering with the load limiting device, or with the platform roll limiting device, did not interrupt the equipment travel in the "down" direction:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(i): All completed building maintenance powered platform installations were not inspected and tested in the field before being placed in initial service to determine that all parts of the installation conformed to applicable requirements of this standard, and that all safety and operating equipment was functioning as required:

          (a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR
                     CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(i): Building maintenance powered platform installations were not inspected and tested following a major alteration to the installation to determine that all parts of the installation conformed to applicable requirements of this standard, and that all safety and operating equipment was functioning as required:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 3 2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(i): Hoist in a building maintenance powered platform installation were subjected to a load in excess of 125 percent of their rated load:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(2)(i): Related building supporting structures of powered platform installations did not undergo periodic inspection by a competent person at intervals not to exceed twelve months:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(2)(ii): All parts of equipment, including control systems, of powered platform installations were not inspected and tested by a competent person at intervals specified by the manufacturer/supplier, but not to exceed twelve months, to determine that they were in safe operating condition:

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(2)(ii): Parts of equipment, including control systems, of powered platform installations subject to wear, such as wire ropes, bearings, gears, and governors were not inspected and/or tested to determine that they had not worn to such an extent as to affect the safe operation of the installation:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(2)(iii): The building owner did not keep a certification record of each inspection record and test of powered platform installations required under 29 CFR 1910.66 (g)(2)(i) and 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(2)(ii):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(2)(iii): The certification record of each inspection and test of powered platform installations performed under 29 CFR 1910.(g)(2)(i) and 29 CFR 1910.66 (g)(2)(ii) did not include the date of the inspection, the signature of the person who performed the inspection, and the number or other identifier of the building support structure and equipment that was inspected:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(2)(iv): Working platforms and their components of powered platform installations were not inspected by the employer for visible defects before every use and after each occurrence which could affect the platform's structural integrity:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(3)(i): A maintenance inspection and a test was not made of each powered platform installation every 30 days, or when the work cycle was less than 30 days, the inspection and/or test was not made prior to each work cycle:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(3)(i): The maintenance inspection and a test made of each powered platform installation every 30 days, or prior to each work cycle did not follow procedures recommended by the manufacturer:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 3 3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(3)(i): The maintenance inspection and a test made of each powered platform installation every 30 days or prior to each work cycle was not made by a competent person:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(3)(ii): The building owner did not keep a certification record of each inspection and test of powered platform installations performed under 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(3)(i):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(3)(ii): The certification record of each inspection and test of powered platform installations performed under 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(3)(i) did not include the date of the inspection, the signature of the person who performed the inspection and/or test, and an identifier for the platform installation that was inspected:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(4)(i): Governors and secondary brakes of powered platforms were not inspected and tested at intervals specified by the manufacturer/supplier but not to exceed every 12 months:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(4)(ii): The results of the inspection and test of secondary brakes of powered platforms did not confirm that the initiating device for the secondary braking system operated at the proper overspeed:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(4)(iii): The results of the inspection and test of secondary brakes of powered platform did not confirm that the secondary brake was functioning properly:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(4)(iv): After a hoisting machine or initiating device for the secondary braking system of powered platform was removed from the equipment for testing, all reinstalled and directly related components were not reinspected prior to returning the equipment installation to service:

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(4)(v): Inspection of governors and secondary brakes of powered platforms was not performed by a competent person:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(4)(vi): The secondary brake governor and actuation device of powered platforms was not tested before each day's use:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: There is an exception: where testing is not feasible a visual inspection is acceptable.

3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)i): Suspension wire rope of powered platforms was not maintained and used in accordance with procedures recommended by the wire rope manufacturer:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT PROVISION OF PROCEDURES NOT FOLLOWED)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(ii): Suspension wire rope of powered platforms was not inspected by a competent person for visible defects and gross damage to the rope before every use and after each occurrence which could have affected the wire rope's integrity:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 5 29 CFR 1910.66)(g)(5)(iii): A thorough inspection of suspension wire ropes in service with powered platforms was not made at least once a month:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (DATE OF LAST INSPECTION ON RECORD)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iii): Suspension wire ropes that had been inactive for 30 days or longer did not have a thorough inspection before they were placed into service with powered platforms:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (HOW LONG WERE THE ROPES INACTIVE)

OPTION 3 2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iii): The thorough inspection of suspension wire ropes used with powered platforms was not performed by a competent person:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(A): A wire rope having broken wires exceeding three wires in one strand or six wires in one rope lay had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(B): A wire rope having distortion of rope structure such as would result from crushing or kinking had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(C): A wire rope having evidence of heat damage had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

6 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(D): A wire rope having evidence of rope deterioration from corrosion had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(E): A wire rope having broken wires within 18 inches (460.8 mm) of the end attachments had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(F): A wire rope having noticeable rusting and pitting had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(G): A wire rope having evidence of core failure had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(H): A wire rope having more than one valley break (broken wire) had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(I): A wire rope having the outer wire wear exceeding one-third of the original wire rope diameter had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

6 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iv)(J): A wire rope having a condition which the competent person had determined would significantly affect the integrity of the wire rope had not been removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(v): The building owner did not keep a certification record of each monthly inspection of a suspension wire rope as required in 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iii):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(v): The certification record of each monthly inspection of a suspension wire rope performed under 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iii) did not include the date of the inspection, the signature of the person who performed the inspection, and a number, or other identifier, of the wire rope which was inspected:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT WAS LACKING ON THE CERTIFICATION RECORD)

OPTION 3 3 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(v): The certification record of each monthly inspection of suspension wire rope performed under 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(5)(iii) was not made available by the employer for review:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(g)(6): Before lowering personnel below the top elevation of the building, the hoist was not tested each day in the lifting direction with the intended load to make certain it had sufficient capacity to raise the personnel back to the boarding level:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 1 1 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(1): All parts of the equipment of powered platform installations affecting safe operation were not maintained in proper working order to perform the function for which they were intended:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(1): Equipment of powered platform installations affecting safe operation was not taken out of service when it was not in proper working order:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(2)(i): Control or power contactors and relays of powered platform installations were not kept clean:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(2)(ii): All parts of powered platform installations were not kept clean when their proper functioning would be affected by the presence of dirt or other contaminants:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 5 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(3)(i): Hoisting ropes of powered platforms utilizing poured socket fastenings were not resocketed at the non-drum ends at intervals not exceeding 24 months:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS INCLUDING LAST RESOCKETED DATE)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(3)(i): In resocketing the hoisting ropes of powered platforms, a sufficient length was not cut from the end of the rope to remove damage or fatigued portions:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(3)(ii): Resocketed wire ropes of powered platforms did not conform to the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.66(f)(7):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT PROVISIONS OF 29 CFR 1910.66 (f)(7) WAS NOT COMPLIED WITH)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(3)(iii): Limit switches affected by the resocketed ropes of powered platforms were not reset:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(4): The hoisting ropes of powered platforms were not reshackled at the nondrum ends at intervals not exceeding 24 months:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 5 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(4): When reshackling the hoisting ropes of powered platforms, a sufficient length was not cut from the end of the rope to remove damaged or fatigued portions:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(5): Roof track systems, tie-downs, or similar equipment of powered platform installations was not maintained in proper working order so that they performed the function for which they were intended:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 2 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(6): T-rails, indented mullions, or equivalent guides located in the face of a building were not maintained in proper working order so that they performed the functions for which they were intended:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 3 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(6): Brackets for cable stabilizers of powered platform installations were not maintained in proper working order:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(h)(7): a required safety device or electrical protective device used with powered platform installations had been rendered inoperative:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: See exceptions for testing, inspections and maintenance activities.

5 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(i): Working platforms of suspended units were not operated only by persons proficient in the operation, safe use and inspection of the particular working platform to be operated:

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(ii)(A): All employees who operated working platforms of suspended units were not trained in the recognition of, and preventive measures for, the safety hazards associated with their individual work tasks:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(ii)(B): All employees who operated working platforms of suspended units were not trained in the general recognition and prevention of safety hazards associated with the use of working platforms, including the provisions in the section relating to the particular working platform to be operated:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT WAS LACKING IN EMPLOYEE TRAINING)

3 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(ii)(C): All employees who operated working platforms of suspended units were not trained in the emergency action plan procedures required under 29 CFR 1910.66(e)(9):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT WAS LACKING IN THE TRAINING OF EMERGENCY ACTION PROCEDURES)

4 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(ii)(D): All employees who operated working platforms of suspended units were not trained in the work procedures required under 29 CFR 1910.(i)(1)(iv):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT WAS LACKING IN THE TRAINING OF WORK PROCEDURES)

5 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(ii)(E): All employees who operated working platforms of suspended units were not trained in the personal fall arrest system, inspection, care and system performance:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT WAS LACKING IN TRAINING OF THESE PROVISIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(iii): Training of employees in the operation and inspection of working platforms of suspended units was not by a competent person:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(iv): Written work procedures for the operation, safe use, and inspection of working platforms of suspended units were not provided for the employee training:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(v): The employer had not certified that employees had been trained in operating and inspecting a working platform of suspended units by preparing a certification record which included the identity of the person trained, the signature of the employer or the person who conducted the training and the date that the training was completed:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT PROVISIONS WERE LACKING IN THE CERTIFICATION RECORD(S))

OPTION 2 2 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(v): The certification record of employees that had been trained in operating and inspecting a working platform of suspended units, was not prepared at the completion of the training required under 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(ii):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 3 4 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(1)(v): The certification record of employees who had been trained in operating and inspecting a working platform of suspended units, was not maintained in file for the duration of the employee's employment:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(i): Working platforms of suspended units were loaded in excess of the rated load, as stated on the platform load rating plate:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(ii): Employees were not prohibited from working on snow, ice, or other slippery material covering platforms of suspended units:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 3 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(iii): Adequate precautions were not taken to protect platforms, wire ropes and life lines of suspended units from damage due to acid or other corrosive substance:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 4 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(iii): Platform members of suspended units which had been exposed to acids or other corrosive substances were not washed down with a neutralizing solution:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 5 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(iv): Platform members, wire ropes, and life lines of suspended units were not protected when using a heat producing process:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATION AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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OPTION 2 1 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(iv): Wire ropes and life lines of suspended units which had been contacted by heat producing process were not removed from service:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

2 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(v): The platforms of suspended units were operated in winds in excess of 25 miles per hour (40.2 km/hr):

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)
NOTE: There is an exception to move platform from the operating to a storage position.

3 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(vi): On exterior installations, an anemometer was not mounted on platforms of suspended units to provide information of on-site wind velocities prior to and during the use of the platforms:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 1 4 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(vii): Tools, materials and debris not related to the work in progress were allowed to accumulate on platforms of suspended units:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

OPTION 2 5 29 CFR 1910.66(i)(2)(vii): Stabilizer ties used with platforms of suspended units were of such length that they could become entangled in rollers, hoists, or other machinery:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS)

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1 29 CFR 1910.66(j): Employees on working platforms of suspended units were not protected by a fall arrest system which met the requirements of Appendix C, Section I, or otherwise provided by this standard:

(a) (LOCATION) (IDENTIFY SPECIFIC OPERATIONS AND/OR CONDITIONS) (WHAT PROVISIONS WERE NOT MET FOR THE FALL ARREST SYSTEM)
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