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• Publication Date: 09/29/1986
• Publication Type: Final Rules
• Fed Register #: 51:34552-62
• Standard Number: 1915
• Title: Recordkeeping Requirements
• Abstract: Revision of recordkeeping requirements for tests, inspections, and maintenance checks to minimize the paperwork burdens imposed on employers. The revised provisions require that the employer prepare a certification record, at the time the work is done, which includes the date the test, inspection, or maintenance check was performed;the signature of the person who performed the work; and the identity of the equipment or machinery that was inspected or tested. Parts affected: 1915.113--Shackles and hooks, paragraph (b)(1) is revised;1915.272-- Portable air receivers and other unfired pressure vessels, paragraph (d) is revised. The revisions will become effective October 29, 1986.

Abstract:

Revision of recordkeeping requirements for tests, inspections, and
maintenance checks to minimize the paperwork burdens imposed on
employers. The revised provisions require that the employer prepare
a certification record, at the time the work is done, which includes
the date the test, inspection, or maintenance check was performed;
the signature of the person who performed the work; and the identity
of the equipment or machinery that was inspected or tested. Parts
affected: 1915.113--Shackles and hooks, paragraph (b)(1) is revised;
1915.272-- Portable air receivers and other unfired pressure
vessels, paragraph (d) is revised. The revisions will become
effective October 29, 1986.

Federal Registers - Table of Contents

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