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This appendix serves as a nonmandatory guideline to assist employers in complying with the appropriate requirements of subpart E. 1910.38 Employee emergency plans 1. "Emergency action plan elements."
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NOTE: The following appendix to Subpart L serve as nonmandatory guidelines to assist employers in complying with the appropriate requirements of Subpart L. 1910.156 Fire brigades. 1. Scope. This secti
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NOTE: The following appendix to Subpart L serve as nonmandatory guidelines to assist employers in complying with the appropriate requirements of Subpart L. I. Appendix general references. The followin
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NOTE: The following appendix to Subpart L serve as nonmandatory guidelines to assist employers in complying with the appropriate requirements of Subpart L. The final standard for fire brigades, Sectio
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1910.156(a)Scope and application - 1910.156(a)(1)Scope. This section contains requirements for the organization, training, and personal protective equipment of fire brigades whenever they are establi
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1910.157(a)Scope and application. The requirements of this section apply to the placement, use, maintenance, and testing of portable fire extinguishers provided for the use of employees. Paragraph (d
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1910.164(a)Scope and application. This section applies to all automatic fire detection systems installed to meet the requirements of a particular OSHA standard. 1910.164(b)Installation and restoratio
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1910.39(a)Application. An employer must have a fire prevention plan when an OSHA standard in this part requires one. The requirements in this section apply to each such fire prevention plan. 1910.39(
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Appendix A to Subpart P -- Model Fire Safety Plan (Non-Mandatory) Model Fire Safety Plan Note: This appendix is non-mandatory and provides guidance to assist employers in establishing a Fire Safety P
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1915.502(a)Employer responsibilities. The employer must develop and implement a written fire safety plan that covers all the actions that employers and employees must take to ensure employee safety i
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1915.504(a)Written fire watch policy. The employer must create and keep current a written policy that specifies the following requirements for employees performing fire watch in the workplace: 1915.5
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1915.505(a)Employer responsibilities. The employer must: 1915.505(a)(1)Decide what type of response will be provided and who will provide it; and 1915.505(a)(2)Create, maintain, and update a written
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1915.507(a)Employer responsibilities. The employer must ensure all fixed and portable fire protection systems needed to meet an OSHA standard for employee safety or employee protection from fire haza
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1926.150(a)General requirements. 1926.150(a)(1)The employer shall be responsible for the development of a fire protection program to be followed throughout all phases of the construction and demoliti
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