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Safety and Health Injury Prevention Sheets (SHIPS) | Process: Control of Hazardous Energy - Lockout/Tags-Plus - Control of Hazardous Energy in Shipyard Employment
Safety and Health Injury Prevention Sheets (SHIPS) | Process: Shipboard Electrical - Shipboard Electrical Hazards
Safety and Health Topics | Powered Industrial Trucks - Forklifts - Loading and Unloading
II. Summary and Explanation of the Final Rule A. Introduction The final rule consists of two parts - a revision of the previous shipyard competent person requirements found in subpart A and a revisio
.1: (b)(1) Access to employee exposure and medical records. Subpart Z, 1910.1020; (b)(2) Commercial diving operations. Subpart T; (b)(3) Electrical. Subpart S when shore-based electrical installations
Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA): Alliance Annual Report
Shipbuilders Council of America (SCA): Alliance Annual Report 2004-2005
Shipyard Employment eTool > Scaffolds (Staging): Hanging Staging (Marine) - Use of Marine Hanging Staging: Fall Protection - SWP 3. Implement Precautions When Using Wire Rope Guardrails
Shipyard Employment eTool > Shipbreaking: Inventory of Hazardous Materials
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Occupational Safety & Health Administration Shipbuilding, Ship Repair and Ship Breaking U.S. Department of Labor
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