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This Appendix is intended to provide compliance assistance for hazard assessment, selection of personal protective equipment (PPE) and PPE training. It neither adds to or detracts from the employer's
1918.85(a)Container markings. Every intermodal container shall be legibly and permanently marked with: 1918.85(a)(1)The weight of the container when empty, in pounds; 1918.85(a)(2)The maximum cargo w
PART 1926 -- SAFETY AND HEALTH REGULATIONS FOR CONSTRUCTION Subpart A -- General Sec. 1926.1Purpose and scope. 1926.2Variances from safety and health standards. 1926.3Inspections - right of entry. 19
This Appendix D is provided to serve as a guide to assist employers when evaluating the training needs of employees erecting or dismantling supported scaffolds. The Agency believes that employees erec
I. Test methods for personal fall arrest systems and positioning device systems - (a) "General." This appendix serves as a non-mandatory guideline to assist employers comply with the requirements in 1
The requirements of this section are supplemental to the other requirements in this subpart and apply when one or more employees are hoisted. 1926.1431(a)The use of equipment to hoist employees is pr
The following paragraphs of this section specify requirements for employers using equipment with a maximum rated hoisting/lifting capacity of 2,000 pounds or less. 1926.1441(a)The employer using this
This section does not apply to aerial lifts, the criteria for which are set out exclusively in 1926.453. 1926.451(a)"Capacity" 1926.451(a)(1)Except as provided in paragraphs (a)(2), (a)(3), (a)(4), (
The following training provisions supplement and clarify the requirements of 1926.21 regarding the hazards addressed in subpart M of this part. 1926.503(a)"Training Program." 1926.503(a)(1)The employe
1926.800(a) Scope and application. 1926.800(a)(1) This section applies to the construction of underground tunnels, shafts, chambers, and passageways. This section also applies to cut-and-cover excava
1926.954(a) General. Personal protective equipment shall meet the requirements of Subpart E of this part. Note to paragraph (a): Paragraph (d) of § 1926.95 sets employer payment obligations for
This Appendix is intended to provide compliance assistance for employers and employees in implementing requirements for a hazard assessment and the selection of personal protective equipment. 1. Cont
Appendix A to § 1910.1026 In the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit Surface Finishing Industry Council et al., Petitioners, v. U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administratio
1910.218(a)General requirements - 1910.218(a)(1)Use of lead. The safety requirements of this subparagraph apply to lead casts or other use of lead in the forge shop or die shop. 1910.218(a)(1)(i)Ther
Appendix E to § 1910.269-Protection From Flames and Electric Arcs I. Introduction Paragraph (l)(8) of § 1910.269 addresses protecting employees from flames and electric arcs. This paragraph
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