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Appendix I to Part 1917-Special Cargo Gear and Container Spreader Test Requirements (Mandatory) [see §1917.50(c)(5)] Type gear Test requirement Tested by Proof test A. All Special Cargo Handling
[Reserved] [80 FR 25519, May 4, 2015]
1926.1201(a) This standard sets forth requirements for practices and procedures to protect employees engaged in construction activities at a worksite with one or more confined spaces, subject to the
The following terms are defined for the purposes of this subpart only: Acceptable entry conditions means the conditions that must exist in a permit space, before an employee may enter that space, to
1926.1203(a) Before it begins work at a worksite, each employer must ensure that a competent person identifies all confined spaces in which one or more of the employees it directs may work, and ident
Each entry employer must: 1926.1204(a) Implement the measures necessary to prevent unauthorized entry; 1926.1204(b) Identify and evaluate the hazards of permit spaces before employees enter them; 192
1926.1205(a) Before entry is authorized, each entry employer must document the completion of measures required by § 1926.1204(c) by preparing an entry permit. 1926.1205(b) Before entry begins, t
The entry permit that documents compliance with this section and authorizes entry to a permit space must identify: 1926.1206(a) The permit space to be entered; 1926.1206(b) The purpose of the entry;
1926.1207(a) The employer must provide training to each employee whose work is regulated by this standard, at no cost to the employee, and ensure that the employee possesses the understanding, knowle
The entry employer must ensure that all authorized entrants: 1926.1208(a) Are familiar with and understand the hazards that may be faced during entry, including information on the mode, signs or symp
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