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Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents
• Part Number: 1919
• Part Title: Gear Certification
• Subpart: D
• Subpart Title: Certification of Vessels' Cargo Gear
• Standard Number: 1919.20
• Title: Damaged components.
• GPO Source: e-CFR

1919.20(a)

Pursuant to 1918.51(b) of this chapter, any derrick or associated permanent fitting which is deformed in service between surveys shall be subjected to proof test to determine its suitability for continued service. If a proof test indicates that the derrick or associated permanent fitting may be continued in service without repair, a note of the existing deformity shall be made on the test certificate. When, in the opinion of the accredited person, it is unsafe to conduct a proof test with an existing deformity, the derrick or associated permanent fitting shall be replaced or repaired and then subjected to proof test in accordance with Subpart E of this part.

1919.20(b)

Any loose gear components which are injured or deformed by a proof load shall be replaced before a certificate is issued.

1919.20(c)

Any derrick, other fixed installation, or associated permanent fitting which is injured or deformed by a proof load shall be replaced or repaired and another proof load test shall be conducted without damage before a certificate is issued.


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