Regulations (Standards - 29 CFR) - Table of Contents|
| Part Number:||1926|
| Part Title:||Safety and Health Regulations for Construction|
| Subpart Title:||Steel Erection|
| Standard Number:||1926.755|
| Title:||Column anchorage.|
| GPO Source:||e-CFR|
General requirements for erection stability.1926.755(a)(1)
All columns shall be anchored by a minimum of 4 anchor rods (anchor bolts).1926.755(a)(2)
Each column anchor rod (anchor bolt) assembly, including the column-to-base plate weld and the column foundation, shall be designed to resist a minimum eccentric gravity load of 300 pounds (136.2 kg) located 18 inches (.46m) from the extreme outer face of the column in each direction at the top of the column shaft.
Columns shall be set on level finished floors, pre-grouted leveling plates, leveling nuts, or shim packs which are adequate to transfer the construction loads.
All columns shall be evaluated by a competent person to determine whether guying or bracing is needed; if guying or bracing is needed, it shall be installed.1926.755(b)
Repair, replacement or field modification of anchor rods (anchor bolts).1926.755(b)(1)
Anchor rods (anchor bolts) shall not be repaired, replaced or field-modified without the approval of the project structural engineer of record.1926.755(b)(2)
Prior to the erection of a column, the controlling contractor shall provide written notification to the steel erector if there has been any repair, replacement or modification of the anchor rods (anchor bolts) of that column.
[66 FR 5269, Jan. 18, 2001]
Next Standard (1926.756)|
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