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| Standard Number:||1910.119; 1910.119(a)(1)(i); 1910.119(a)(1)(ii); 1910.119(b); 1910.119(j)(1); 1910.180(d); 1910.269; 1910.269(a)(1); 1910.269(a)(1)(iii); 1910.269(p)(1)(i)|
This section applies in addition to all other applicable standards contained in this Part 1910. Specific references in this section to other sections of Part 1910 are provided for emphasis only.Further, OSHA explained in the preamble to the 1910.269 standard that other Part 1910 standards (e.g., 1910.119 PSM) are not preempted by 1910.269, unless an exception is given in 1910.269:
Paragraph (a)(1)(iii) of final 1910.269 explains the application of the section with respect to thev rest of part 1910. All other General Industry Standards continue to apply to installations covered by this new standard unless an exception is given in 1910.269. For example, 1910.269(p)(1)(i) requires the critical components of mechanical elevating and rotating equipment to be inspected before each shift. This provision does not supersede existing 1910.180(d), which details specific requirements for the inspection of cranes. References in 1910.269 to other sections of part 1910 are provided only for emphasis.59 FR 4320, 4341 (Jan. 31, 1994)
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