9.4. Jewelry Checklist.
9.4.1. Do workers remove rings when they perform activities that involve climbing, ascending or
descending, or where they could fall or jump from an elevated surface? Reference 22.214.171.124
9.4.2. Do workers remove rings when performing materials handling activities? Reference 126.96.36.199
9.4.3. Do workers remove rings when performing work that exposes them to moving machinery,
rotating or revolving parts? Reference 188.8.131.52
9.4.4. Do workers remove rings when performing work that exposes them to energized electrical
circuits? Reference 184.108.40.206
9.4.5. Is any jewelry that presents a potential for snagging, catching, pulling, tearing or loss
evaluated and restricted if it presents a hazard to the worker or operation? Reference 9.2
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