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1910.15(a)"Adoption and extension of established safety and health standards for shipyard employment." The standards prescribed by part 1915 (formerly parts 1501-1503) of this title and in effect on
1915.4(a)The term "shall" indicates provisions which are mandatory. 1915.4(b)The term "Secretary" means the Secretary of Labor. 1915.4(c)The term "employer" means an employer, any of whose employees
PART 1918 - SAFETY AND HEALTH REGULATIONS FOR LONGSHORING Subpart A - General Provisions 1918.1 Scope and application. 1918.2 Definitions. 1918.3 Incorporation by reference. 1918.4 OMB control number
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American Shipbuilding Association (ASA) - August 4, 2004 - Annual Alliance Report
National Shipbuilding Research Program (NSRP): Annual Alliance Report 2003-2004
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