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1915.34(a)Power tools. 1915.34(a)(1)Employees engaged in the removal of paints, preservatives, rusts, or other coatings by means of power tools shall be protected against eye injury by using goggles
1915.51(a)The provisions of this section shall apply to all ship repairing, shipbuilding, and shipbreaking operations; except that paragraph (e) of this section shall apply only to ship repairing and
The provisions of this section shall apply to ship repairing, shipbuilding and shipbreaking. 1915.55(a)Transporting, moving and storing compressed gas cylinders. 1915.55(a)(1)Valve protection caps sha
The provisions of this section shall apply to ship repairing, shipbuilding and shipbreaking. 1915.56(a)Manual electrode holders. 1915.56(a)(1)Only manual electrode holders which are specifically desig
1917.152(a)Definition. "Hot work" means riveting, welding, flame cutting or other fire or spark-producing operation. 1917.152(b)Hot work in confined spaces. Hot work shall not be performed in a confi
1917.157(a)Only designated persons shall change or charge batteries. 1917.157(b)Battery charging and changing shall be performed only in areas designated by the employer. 1917.157(c)Smoking and other
Although safety hazards related to the physical characteristics of a chemical can be objectively defined in terms of testing requirements (e.g. flammability), health hazard definitions are less precis
Appendix III to Part 1918 -- The Mechanics of Conventional Cargo Gear (Non-mandatory) Note: This Appendix is non-mandatory and provides an explanation of the mechanics in the correct spotting of carg
1918.52(a)Preventers. 1918.52(a)(1)When preventers are used they shall be of sufficient strength for the intended purpose. They shall be secured to the head of the boom independent of working guys un
1918.84(a) Bulling cargo shall be done with the bull line led directly from the heel block. However, bulling may be done from the head of the boom when the nature of the cargo and the surface over wh
1919.31(a)Chains, rings, shackles and other loose gear (whether accessory to a machine or not) shall be tested with a proof load against the article equal to that shown in the following table: ______
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
Employers engaged in leading edge work, precast concrete construction work and residential construction work who can demonstrate that it is infeasible or creates a greater hazard to use conventional f
Appendix D to Subpart V of Part 1926-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
Appendix E to Subpart V of Part 1926 - Protection From Flames and Electric Arcs I. Introduction Paragraph (g) of § 1926.960 addresses protecting employees from flames and electric arcs. This par
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