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Example 1. Workplace. Sewer entry. Potential hazards. The employees could be exposed to the following: Engulfment. Presence of toxic gases. Equal to or more than 10 ppm hydrogen sulfide measured as an
Sewer entry differs in three vital respects from other permit entries; first, there rarely exists any way to completely isolate the space (a section of a continuous system) to be entered; second, beca
1910.19(a)Asbestos, tremolite, anthophyllite, and actinolite dust. Section 1910.1001 shall apply to the exposure of every employee to asbestos, tremolite, anthophyllite, and actinolite dust in every
1910.213(a)Machine construction general. 1910.213(a)(1)Each machine shall be so constructed as to be free from sensible vibration when the largest size tool is mounted and run idle at full speed. 191
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
1910.254(a)General - 1910.254(a)(1)Equipment selection. Welding equipment shall be chosen for safe application to the work to be done as specified in paragraph (b) of this section. 1910.254(a)(2)Inst
Appendix D to § 1910.269-Methods of Inspecting and Testing Wood Poles I. Introduction When employees are to perform work on a wood pole, it is important to determine the condition of the pole be
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
1910.304(a)Use and identification of grounded and grounding conductors -- 1910.304(a)(1)Identification of conductors. 1910.304(a)(1)(i)A conductor used as a grounded conductor shall be identifiable a
1910.308(a)Systems over 600 volts, nominal. This paragraph covers the general requirements for all circuits and equipment operated at over 600 volts. 1910.308(a)(1)Aboveground wiring methods. 1910.30
1910.37(a)The danger to employees must be minimized. 1910.37(a)(1)Exit routes must be kept free of explosive or highly flammable furnishings or other decorations. 1910.37(a)(2)Exit routes must be arr
PART 1915 - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS FOR SHIPYARD EMPLOYMENT Subpart A-General Provisions §1915.1 Purpose and authority. §1915.2 Scope and application. §1915.3 Responsi
________________________________________________________________________ Matrix ________________________________________________________________________ Matrix: OSHA Permissible Exposure Limits: Time
The following organizations provide smoking cessation information. 1. The National Cancer Institute operates a toll-free Cancer Information Service (CIS) with trained personnel to help you. Call 1-800
Method number: ID-191 Matrix: Bulk Collection Procedure Collect approximately 1 to 2 grams of each type of material and place into separate 20 mL scintillation vials. Analytical Procedure A portion o
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