Subpart G - Occupational Health and Environmental Control

  • 95(m)(3)(ii) Audiometric test records shall be retained for the duration of the affected employee's employment

  • 95(m)(3)(ii) Audiometric test records shall be retained for the duration of the affected employee's employmen

  • 95(m)(3)(i) Noise exposure measurement records shall be retained for two years

  • 95(l)(1) The employer shall make available to affected employees or their representatives copies of this standard and shall also post a copy in the workplace

  • 95(k)(1) The employer shall train each employee who is exposed to noise at or above an 8-hour time weighted average of 85 decibels in accordance with the requirements of this section. The employer shall institute a training program and ensure employee participation in the program

  • 95(i)(3) Employees shall be given the opportunity to select their hearing protectors from a variety of suitable hearing protectors provided by the employer

  • 95(i)(1) Employers shall make hearing protectors available to all employees exposed to an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels or greater at no cost to the employee

  • 95(d)(1) When information indicates that any employee's exposure may equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average of 85 decibels, the employer shall develop and implement a monitoring program

  • 95(c)(1) The employer shall administer a continuing, effective hearing conservation program, as described in paragraphs (c) through (o) of this section, whenever employee noise exposures equal or exceed an 8-hour time-weighted average sound level (TWA) of 85 decibels measured on the A scale (slow response) or, equivalently, a dose of fifty percen

  • 95(b)(1) When employees are subjected to sound exceeding those listed in Table G-16, feasible administrative or engineering controls shall be utilized

Subpart L - Fire Protection

  • 165(b)(5) The employer shall establish procedures for sounding emergency alarms in the workplace. For those employers with 10 or fewer employees in a particular workplace, direct voice communication is an acceptable procedure for sounding the alarm provided all employees can hear the alarm

  • 165(b)(4) The employer shall post emergency telephone numbers near telephones, or employee notice boards, and other conspicuous locations when telephones serve as a means of reporting emergencie

  • 157(g)(4) The employer shall provide the training required in paragraph (g)(3) of this section upon initial assignment to the designated group of employees and at least annually thereafte

  • 157(g)(2) The employer shall provide the education required in paragraph (g)(1) of this section upon initial employment and at least annually thereafter

  • 157(g)(1) Where the employer has provided portable fire extinguishers for employee use in the workplace..., the employer shall also provide an educational program

  • 157(e)(2) Portable extinguishers or hose used in lieu thereof under paragraph (d)(3) of this section shall be visually inspected monthly

  • 157(d)(4) The employer shall distribute portable fire extinguishers for use by employees on Class B fires so that the travel distance from the Class B hazard area to any extinguisher is 50 feet or less

  • 157(c)(1) The employer shall provide portable fire extinguishers and shall mount, locate and identify them so that they are readily accessible to employees without subjecting the employees to possible injury

Subpart K - Medical and First Aid

  • 151(c) Where the eyes or body of any person may be exposed to injurious corrosive materials, suitable facilities for quick drenching or flushing of the eyes and body shall be provided within the work area for immediate emergency use

  • 151(b) In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily availabl

Subpart P - Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Other Hand-Held Equipment

  • 244(a)(2)(vi) Each jack shall be thoroughly inspected at times which depend upon the service conditions. Inspections shall be not less frequent than the following: For constant or intermittent use at one locality, once every 6 months

  • 244(a)(1)(ii) The rated load shall be legibly and permanently marked in a prominent location on the jack by casting, stamping, or other suitable means

  • 243(c)(1) General requirements. Abrasive wheels shall be used only on machine provided with safety guards

  • 242(b) Compressed air used for cleaning. Compressed air shall not be used for cleaning purposes except where reduced to less than 30 p.s.i. and then only with effective chip guarding and personal protective equipment

  • 242(a) General requirements. Each employer shall be responsible for the safe condition of tools and equipment used by employees, including tools and equipment which may be furnished by employees

  • 5205.0710 ALTERATION OF TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT: All tools and equipment, whether powered or manually operated, shall be used only for their intended purpose. Tools and equipment shall not be altered, modified, or used for other than their intended purpose without the manufacturer's written approval or unless under the direction of a competent person in accordance with accepted engineering requirements to prevent creating an additional hazard.

  • 254(d)(9)(iii) Cables with damaged insulation or exposed bare conductors shall be replaced

  • 254(d)(8) Electric shock. Cables with splices within 10 feet (3 m) of the holder shall not be used. The welder should not coil or loop welding electrode cable around parts of his body

  • 253(e)(6)(iii) Gages on oxygen regulators shall be marked "USE NO OIL."

  • 253(b)(4)(iii) Oxygen cylinders in storage shall be separated from fuel-gas cylinders or combustible materials (especially oil or grease), a minimum distance of 20 feet

  • 253(b)(4)(i) Oxygen cylinders shall not be stored near highly combustible material, especially oil and grease; or near reserve stocks of carbide and acetylene or other fuel-gas cylinders

Subpart R - Special Industries

  • loggers

Subpart O - Machinery and Machine Guarding

  • 212(b) Anchoring fixed machinery. Machines designed for a fixed location shall be securely anchored to prevent walking or moving

  • 212(a)(3)(ii) The point of operation of machines whose operation exposes an employee to injury, shall be guarded

  • 212(a)(2) General requirements for machine guards. Guards shall be affixed to the machine where possible and secured elsewhere if for any reason attachment to the machine is not possible. The guard shall be such that it does not offer an accident hazard in itself

  • 5205.0890 Hydraulic Presses: A barrier guard shall be maintained on all hydraulic presses, whether hand or power operated, where there is a possibility of materials being ejected from the press

Subpart F - Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle-Mounted Work Platforms

  • 67(c)(2)(v) A body belt shall be worn and a lanyard attached to the boom or basket when working from an aerial lift

  • 67(c)(2)(iv) Employees shall always stand firmly on the floor of the basket, and shall not sit or climb on the edge of the basket or use planks, ladders, or other devices for a work position

  • 67(c)(2)(iii) Belting off to an adjacent pole, structure, or equipment while working from an aerial lift shall not be permitted

  • 67(c)(2)(ii) Only trained persons shall operate an aerial lift

  • 67(c)(2)(i) Lift controls shall be tested each day prior to use to determine that such controls are in safe working condition

  • 67(b)(2) Aerial lifts may be "field modified" for uses other than those intended by the manufacturer, provided the modification has been certified in writing by the manufacturer or by any other equivalent entit

Subpart D - Walking Working Surfaces

  • 27(d)(1)(ii)Cages or wells shall be provided on ladders of more than 20 feet to a maximum unbroken length of 30 feet. Platforms needed if C &W used at more than 30’ unless ladder safety device in place (100% fall protection device).

  • 23(c) Open sided floors shall have a standard guard rail which consists of Top rail (42"), mid-rail, and a toe board (if small items are stored overhead and persons are working below).

  • 24(h) Hand rails are required from 34"max to 30" min measured from leading edge of tread

  • 22(c)Covers and/or guardrails shall be provided to protect personnel from the hazards of open pits, tanks, vats, ditches, etc.

  • 27(b)(1)(iv) Rungs, cleats, and steps shall be free of splinters, sharp edges, burrs, or projections which may be a hazard.

  • 23(d) All stairs w/ 4 or more risers, have to have a handrail at least on right hand descending side. If both sides are open, then have on both sides

  • 23(e)(1) All stairs w/ 4 or more risers, have to have a handrail at least on right hand descending side. If both sides are open, then have on both sides

  • 24(b) Fixed stairs must be in place if EE have to have access to another level if used daily, on each shift, or equipment requires routine maintenance

  • 24(f) Riser height and tread width shall be uniform through out stairs

  • 22(d) Floor loading shall be placarded and approved by building official

  • 24(i) Vertical clearance above stair tread shall be 7' measured from overhead obstruction

  • 26(c) Ladders must be inspected after tips, or exposure to oil and grease, used in proper manner, and set up properly

  • 27(b)(1)(ii) The distance between rungs, cleats, and steps shall not exceed 12 inches and shall be uniform throughout the length of the ladder

  • 27(b)(1)(iii) The minimum clear length of rungs or cleats shall be 16 inches

  • 22(b)Aisles and passageways shall be kept clear and in good repair

  • 22(a) All floors, storerooms, etc shall be kept clean, orderly and in a sanitary manner

Subpart S - Electrical

  • 335(b)(2) Barricades. Barricades shall be used in conjunction with safety signs where it is necessary to prevent or limit employee access to work areas exposing employees to uninsulated energized conductors or circuit parts. Conductive barricades may not be used where they might cause an electrical contact hazard

  • 1910.305(a)(2)(i)
    Temporary electrical power and lighting installations of 600 volts, nominal, or less may be used only as follows:
    1910.305(a)(2)(i)(A)
    During and for remodeling, maintenance, or repair of buildings, structures, or equipment, and similar activities;
    1910.305(a)(2)(i)(B)
    For a period not to exceed 90 days for Christmas decorative lighting, carnivals, and similar purposes; or
    1910.305(a)(2)(i)(C)
    For experimental or development work, and during emergencies.
    1910.305(a)(2)(ii)
    Temporary wiring shall be removed immediately upon completion of the project or purpose for which the wiring was installed.

  • 305(g)(2)(iii) Flexible cords and cables shall be connected to devices and fittings so that strain relief is provided that will prevent pull from being directly transmitted to joints or terminal screws

  • 305(g)(2)(ii) Flexible cords may be used only in continuous lengths without splice or tap. Hard-service cord and junior hard-service cord No. 14 and larger may be repaired if spliced so that the splice retains the insulation, outer sheath properties, and usage characteristics of the cord being spliced

  • 304(b)(3)(ii)(A) All 125-volt, single-phase, 15-, 20-, and 30-ampere receptacle outlets that are not part of the permanent wiring of the building or structure and that are in use by personnel shall have ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection for personnel.

  • 332(b)(3) Additional requirements for qualified persons. Qualified persons (i.e. those permitted to work on or near exposed energized parts) shall, at a minimum, be trained in and familiar with the appropriate subject matter

  • 335(a)(1)(v) Employees shall wear protective equipment for the eyes or face wherever there is danger of injury to the eyes or face from electric arcs or flashes or from flying objects resulting from electrical explosion

  • 335(b)(1) Safety signs and tags. Safety signs, safety symbols, or accident prevention tags shall be used where necessary to warn employees about electrical hazards which may endanger them, as required by 1910.145

  • 303(h)(3) Work space about equipment. Sufficient space shall be provided and maintained about electric equipment to permit ready and safe operation and maintenance of such equipmen

  • 305(a)(2)(x) Flexible cords and cables shall be protected from accidental damage, as might be caused, for example, by sharp corners, projections, and doorways or other pinch points

  • 304(b)(3)(ii)(B) Receptacles other than 125 volt, single-phase, 15-, 20-, and 30-ampere receptacles that are not part of the permanent wiring of the building or structure and that are in use by personnel shall have ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection for personnel

  • 304(b)(3)(ii)(C)(6) Tests performed as required in paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(C) of this section shall be recorded. This test record shall identify each receptacle, cord set, and cord- and plug-connected equipment that passed the test and shall indicate the last date it was tested or the interval for which it was tested

  • 333(c)(2) "Work on energized equipment." Only qualified persons may work on electric circuit parts or equipment that have not been deenergized under the procedures of paragraph (b) of this section

  • 303(g)(1) Space about electric equipment. Sufficient access and working space shall be provided and maintained about all electric equipment to permit ready and safe operation and maintenance of such equipment.

  • 335(a)(1)(ii) Protective equipment shall be maintained in a safe, reliable condition and shall be periodically inspected or tested, as required by 1910.13

  • 304(f)(1)(viii) Circuit breakers used as switches in 120-volt and 277-volt, fluorescent lighting circuits shall be listed and marked "SWD."

  • 305(b)(1)(i) Conductors entering cutout boxes, cabinets, or fittings shall be protected from abrasion, and openings through which conductors enter shall be effectively closed

  • 305(a)(2)(ix) All lamps for general illumination shall be protected from accidental contact or breakage by a suitable fixture or lampholder with a guard

  • 304(b)(3)(ii)(C) Where the ground-fault circuit-interrupter protection required by paragraph (b)(3)(ii)(B) of this section is not available for receptacles other than 125-volt, single-phase, 15-, 20-, and 30-ampere, the employer shall establish and implement an assured equipment grounding conductor program covering cord sets

  • 305(b)(1)(ii) Unused openings in cabinets, boxes, and fittings shall be effectively closed.

  • 334(c)(2) Visual inspection. Test instruments and equipment and all associated test leads, cables, power cords, probes, and connectors shall be visually inspected for external defects and damage before the equipment is used

  • 333(c)(3)(iii)(A) Any vehicle or mechanical equipment capable of having parts of its structure elevated near energized overhead lines shall be operated so that a clearance of 10 ft. (305 cm) is maintained

  • 303(f)(1) Motors and appliances. Each disconnecting means required by this subpart for motors and appliances shall be legibly marked to indicate its purpose, unless located and arranged so the purpose is evident

  • 303(e)(1) Identification of manufacturer and ratings. Electric equipment may not be used unless the following markings have been placed on the equipment:The manufacturer's name, trademark, or other descriptive marking by which the organization responsible for the product may be identified; Other markings giving voltage, current, wattage, or other ratings as necessary

  • 303(b)(8)(i) Electric equipment shall be firmly secured to the surface on which it is mounted

  • 303(b)(7)(i) Unused openings in boxes, raceways, auxiliary gutters, cabinets, equipment cases, or housings shall be effectively closed to afford protection substantially equivalent to the wall of the equipment

  • 303(b)(7) Mechanical execution of work. Electric equipment shall be installed in a neat and workmanlike manner

Subpart J - General Environmental Controls

  • 147(c)(4)(i) Procedures shall be developed, documented and utilized for the control of potentially hazardous energy when employees are engaged in the activities covered by this section

  • 146(g)(1) The employer shall provide training so that all employees whose work is regulated by this section acquire the understanding, knowledge, and skills necessary for the safe performance of the duties assigned under this section

  • 146(k)(2)(iv) Ensure that affected employees practice making permit space rescues at least once every 12 months, by means of simulated rescue operations in which they remove dummies, manikins, or actual persons from the actual permit spaces or from representative permit spaces

  • 146(k)(3)(ii) The other end of the retrieval line shall be attached to a mechanical device or fixed point outside the permit space in such a manner that rescue can begin as soon as the rescuer becomes aware that rescue is necessary. A mechanical device shall be available to retrieve personnel from vertical type permit spaces more than 5 feet (1.52 m) deep

  • 147(c)(5)(ii) Lockout devices and tagout devices shall be singularly identified; shall be the only devices(s) used for controlling energy; shall not be used for other purposes

  • 147(d)(4)(i) Lockout or tagout devices shall be affixed to each energy isolating device by authorized employees

  • 146(k)(2)(iii) Train affected employees in basic first-aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The employer shall ensure that at least one member of the rescue team or service holding a current certification in first aid and CPR is available

  • 145(c)(2)(ii) All employees shall be instructed that caution signs indicate a possible hazard against which proper precaution should be taken

  • 145(f)(5) Danger tags. Danger tags shall be used in major hazard situations where an immediate hazard presents a threat of death or serious injury to employees. Danger tags shall be used only in these situations

  • 146(k)(2) An employer whose employees have been designated to provide permit space rescue and emergency services shall take the following measures: Provide affected employees with the personal protective equipment (PPE) needed to conduct permit space rescues safely and train affected employees so they are proficient in the use of that PPE and Train affected employees to perform assigned rescue duties

  • 147(f)(4) Shift change procedures for Lock-out

  • 147(f)(2)(i) Whenever outside servicing personnel are to be engaged in activities covered by the scope and application of this standard, the on-site employer and the outside employer shall inform each other of their respective lockout or tagout procedures

  • 146(d)(3) Develop and implement the means, procedures, and practices necessary for safe permit space entry operations

  • 145(c)(1)(ii) All employees shall be instructed that danger signs indicate immediate danger and that special precautions are necessary

  • 145(d)(6) Safety instruction signs. Standard color of the background shall be white; and the panel, green with white letters. Any letters used against the white background shall be black

  • 146(c)(4) If the employer decides that its employees will enter permit spaces, the employer shall develop and implement a written permit space program that complies with this section

  • 5205.0675 OVERHEAD DOORS Sub. 2 All overhead or sliding doors with sufficient weight or closing force to cause crushing injury to employees shall be provided with a constant pressure closing switch, safety edge, pressure relief mechanism, or three button control station

  • 147(c)(5)(ii)(B) Lockout and tagout devices shall be standardized within the facility in at least one of the following criteria: Color; shape; or size

  • 146(d)(9) Develop and implement procedures for summoning rescue and emergency services, for rescuing entrants from permit spaces, for providing necessary emergency services to rescued employees, and for preventing unauthorized personnel from attempting a rescu

  • 147(f)(3)(ii)(D) Each member of group lockout has individual lockout device and remove when completed

  • 146(d)(14) Review the permit space program, using the canceled permits retained under paragraph (e)(6) of this section within 1 year after each entry and revise the program as necessary, to ensure that employees participating in entry operations are protected from permit space hazards

  • 147(c)(7)(iv) The employer shall certify that employee training has been accomplished and is being kept up to date. The certification shall contain each employee's name and dates of training

  • 146(d)(10) Develop and implement a system for the preparation, issuance, use, and cancellation of entry permits as required by this section

  • 146(c)(3) If the employer decides that its employees will not enter permit spaces, the employer shall take effective measures to prevent its employees from entering the permit spaces

  • 146(d)(11) Develop and implement procedures to coordinate entry operations when employees of more than one employer are working simultaneously as authorized entrants in a permit space

  • 145(d)(4) Caution signs. Standard color of the background shall be yellow; and the panel, black with yellow letters. Any letters used against the yellow background shall be black

  • 146(k)(3)(i) Each authorized entrant shall use a chest or full body harness, with a retrieval line attached at the center of the entrant's back near shoulder level, above the entrant's head, or at another point

  • 145(d)(2) Danger signs. The colors red, black, and white shall be those of opaque glossy

  • 147(c)(6)(i) The employer shall conduct a periodic inspection of the energy control procedure at least annually to ensure that the procedure and the requirements of this standard are being followed

  • 147(c)(5)(ii)(D) Lockout devices and tagout devices shall indicate the identity of the employee applying the device(s)

  • 146(c)(2) If the workplace contains permit spaces, the employer shall inform exposed employees, by posting danger signs or by any other equally effective means, of the existence and location of and the danger posed by the permit spaces.

  • 146(c)(1) The employer shall evaluate the workplace to determine if any spaces are permit-required confined spaces

  • 132(f)(1) The employer shall provide training to each employee who is required by this section to use PPE

  • 132(d)(2) The employer shall verify that the required workplace hazard assessment has been performed through a written certification that identifies the workplace evaluated; the person certifying that the evaluation has been performed; the date(s) of the hazard assessment; and, which identifies the document as a certification of hazard assessmen

  • 132(d)(1) The employer shall assess the workplace to determine if hazards are present, or are likely to be present, which necessitate the use of personal protective equipment (PPE)

  • 5205.0020 HEAD PROTECTION: Employees working in areas where there is danger of scalp injury if the employee's hair should become entangled in moving machinery parts shall be protected by having their hair contained or secured in a shop cap, snood, or similar device

  • 5205.0030 HIGH VIS. PPE: Each employee…..exposed to or working adjacent to moving motor vehicle traffic ….shall be provided with and required to wear a high visibility warning vest or other high visibility garment.

  • 5205.0030 HIGH VIS. PPE: If the high visibility personal protective equipment becomes faded, torn, dirty, worn, or defaced, reducing the equipment's performance below manufacturer's recommendations, the high visibility personal protective equipment shall be immediately removed from service and replaced

Subpart H - Hazardous Materials

  • 106(e)(2)(iv)(a) Category 1 or 2 flammable liquids, or Category 3 flammable liquids with a flashpoint below 100 °F (37.8 °C), shall be kept in covered containers when not actually in use

  • 110(f)(5)(ii) The walls, floors, and ceilings of container storage rooms that are within or adjacent to other parts of the building shall be constructed of material having at least a 2-hour fire resistance rating

  • 110(f)(7) Fire protection. Storage locations other than supply depots separated and located apart from dealer, reseller, or user establishments shall be provided with at least one approved portable fire extinguisher having a minimum rating of 8-B, C

  • 106(d)(2)(i) "General." Only approved containers and portable tanks shall be used

  • 120(q)(1) Emergency response plan. An emergency response plan shall be developed and implemented to handle anticipated emergencies prior to the commencement of emergency response operations. The plan shall be in writing and available for inspection and copying by employees, their representatives and OSHA personnel. Employers who will evacuate their employees from the danger area when an emergency occurs, and who do not permit any of their employees to assist in handling the emergency, are exempt from the requirements of this paragraph if they provide an emergency action plan in accordance with 29 CFR 1910.38.

  • 120(q)(6)(v) On scene incident commander. Incident commanders, who will assume control of the incident scene beyond the first responder awareness level, shall receive at least 24 hours of training

  • 106(e)(9)(iii) "Waste and residue." Combustible waste material and residues in a building or unit operating area shall be kept to a minimum, stored in covered metal receptacles and disposed of dail

  • 120(q)(6)(i) First responders at the awareness level shall have sufficient training or have had sufficient experience to objectively demonstrate competency

  • 120(q)(6)(iii) Hazardous materials technicians shall have received at least 24 hours of training

  • 106(e)(9)(i) "General." Maintenance and operating practices shall be in accordance with established procedures which will tend to control leakage and prevent the accidental escape of flammable liquids. Spills shall be cleaned up promptl

  • 106(e)(6)(ii) Grounding. Category 1 or 2 flammable liquids, or Category 3 flammable liquids with a flashpoint below 100 °F (37.8 °C), shall not be dispensed into containers unless the nozzle and container are electrically interconnected

  • 110(f)(6)(ii) Containers shall be in a suitable enclosure or otherwise protected against tampering

  • 120(q)(6)(ii) First responders at the operational level shall have received at least eight hours of training or have had sufficient experience to objectively demonstrate competency

  • 120(q)(6)(iv) Hazardous materials specialists shall have received at least 24 hours of training equal to the technician level

  • 110(f)(6)(i) Storage outside of buildings, for containers awaiting use or resale, shall be located in accordance with Table H-3 "Quantity of LP-Gas Stored | Distance | 500 pounds or less................| 0 feet 501 to 2,500 pounds.| (1) 0 feet 2,501 to 6,000 pounds....| 10 feet 6,001 to 10,000 pounds............| 20 feet Over 10,000 pounds................| 25 feet ___ Footnote(1) Container or containers shall be at least 10 feet from any building on adjoining property, any sidewalk

  • 110(f)(5)(iv) Each opening from such storage rooms to other parts of the building shall be protected by a 1 1/2 hour (B) fire door listed by a nationally recognized testing laboratory. Refer to 1910.7 for definition of nationally recognized testing laboratory

  • 110(f)(4)(i) The quantity of LP-Gas stored shall not exceed 300 pound

  • 106(d)(7)(i)(a) At least one portable fire extinguisher having a rating of not less than 12-B units shall be located outside of, but not more than 10 feet from, the door opening into any room used for storage

  • 106(d)(3)(ii)(a) Metal cabinets constructed in the following manner shall be deemed to be in compliance. The bottom, top, door, and sides of cabinet shall be at least No. 18 gage sheet iron and double walled with 1 1/2 - inch air space. Joints shall be riveted, welded or made tight by some equally effective means. The door shall be provided with a three-point lock, and the door sill shall be raised at least 2 inches above the bottom of the cabinet.

  • 106(d)(3)(ii) "Fire resistance." Storage cabinets shall be designed and constructed to limit the internal temperature to not more than 325 deg. F. when subjected to a 10-minute fire test using the standard time-temperature curve as set forth in Standard Methods of Fire Tests of Building Construction and Materials, NFPA 251-1969, which is incorporated by reference as specified in Sec. 1910.6. All joints and seams shall remain tight and the door shall remain securely closed during the fire test. Cabinets shall be labeled in conspicuous lettering, "Flammable - Keep Fire Away

  • 106(d)(3)(i) Maximum capacity. Not more than 60 gallons of Category 1, 2, or 3 flammable liquids, nor more than 120 gallons of Category 4 flammable liquids may be stored in a storage cabine

  • 101(b) All compressed gas cylinders shall be handled according to Compressed Gas Association Pamphlet P-1-1965 which states that all cylinders will be secured from being knocked over

Subpart M - Compressed Gas and Compressed Air Equipment

  • 1910.169(b)(3)(iv) All safety valves shall be tested frequently and at regular intervals to determine whether they are in good operating condition

Subpart N - Materials Handling and Storage

  • 184(e)(3)(i) a thorough periodic inspection of alloy steel chain slings in use shall be made on a regular basis. Such inspections shall in no event be at intervals greater than once every 12 months

  • 184(i)(8)(ii) Each repaired sling shall be proof tested by the manufacturer or equivalent entity to twice the rated capacity prior to its return to service

  • 179(l)(1) Preventive maintenance. A preventive maintenance program based on the crane manufacturer's recommendations shall be established

  • 178(a)(6) The user shall see that all nameplates and markings are in place and are maintained in a legible condition

  • 184(f)(1) Employers must use only wire-rope slings that have permanently affixed and legible identification markings as prescribed by the manufacturer, and that indicate the recommended safe working load for the type(s) of hitch(es) used, the angle upon which it is based, and the number of legs if more than one

  • 184(g)(1) Sling marking. Each metal mesh sling shall have permanently affixed to it a durable marking that states the rated capacity for vertical basket hitch and choker hitch loadings

  • 184(e)(2)(ii) Makeshift links or fasteners formed from bolts or rods, or other such attachments, shall not be used

  • 184(i)(4) Attachment of end fittings to webbing and formation of eyes. Stitching shall be the only method used to attach end fittings to webbing and to form eyes

  • 178(q)(7) Industrial trucks shall be examined before being placed in service, and shall not be placed in service if the examination shows any condition adversely affecting the safety of the vehicle. Such examination shall be made at least daily. Where industrial trucks are used on a round-the-clock basis, they shall be examined after each shift. Defects when found shall be immediately reported and corrected

  • 184(i)(8)(i) Synthetic web slings which are repaired shall not be used unless repaired by a sling manufacturer or an equivalent entity

  • 184(i)(8)(iii) Slings, including webbing and fittings, which have been repaired in a temporary manner shall not be used

  • 178(l)(4)(iii) An evaluation of each powered industrial truck operator's performance shall be conducted at least once every three years

  • 184(e)(3)(ii) The employer shall make and maintain a record of the most recent month in which each alloy steel chain sling was thoroughly inspected, and shall make such record available for examination

  • 184(g)(5) Sling testing. All new and repaired metal mesh slings, including handles, shall not be used unless proof tested by the manufacturer or equivalent entity at a minimum of 1 1/2 times their rated capacit

  • 178(l)(1)(i) The employer shall ensure that each powered industrial truck operator is competent to operate a powered industrial truck safely, as demonstrated by the successful completion of the training and evaluatio

  • 179(j)(2)(iii) Hooks with deformation or cracks. Visual inspection daily; monthly inspection with a certification record which includes the date of inspection, the signature of the person who performed the inspection and the serial number, or other identifier, of the hook inspected

  • 178(l)(6) Certification. The employer shall certify that each operator has been trained and evaluated as required by this paragraph (l). The certification shall include the name of the operator, the date of the training, the date of the evaluation, and the identity of the person(s) performing the training or evaluation

  • 5205.0700 WIRE ROPE CLIPS: Wire rope clips attached with U-bolts shall have the U-bolts on the dead or short end of the rope

  • 178(g)(4) A conveyor, overhead hoist, or equivalent material handling equipment shall be provided for handling batteries

  • 179(j)(2)(iv) Hoist chains, including end connections, for excessive wear, twist, distorted links interfering with proper function, or stretch beyond manufacturer's recommendations. Visual inspection daily; monthly inspection with a certification record which includes the date of inspection, the signature of the person who performed the inspection and an identifier of the chain which was inspected

  • 184(i)(9) Removal from service. Synthetic web slings shall be immediately removed from service if any damage present

  • 178(q)(6) Industrial trucks shall not be altered

  • 184(f)(5) Removal from service. Wire rope slings shall be immediately removed from service if any of the following conditions are present:Ten randomly distributed broken wires in one rope lay, or five broken wires in one strand in one rope lay;Wear or scraping of one-third the original diameter of outside individual wires; Kinking, crushing, bird caging or any other damage resulting in distortion of the wire rope structure; Evidence of heat damage; End attachments that are cracked, deformed or worn; Hooks that have been opened more than 15 percent of the normal throat opening measured at the narrowest point or twisted more than 10 degrees from the plane of the unbent hook; Corrosion of the rope or end attachments

  • 184(i)(1) Sling identification. Each sling shall be marked or coded to show the rated capacities for each type of hitch and type of synthetic web material

  • 184(i)(1) Sling identification. Each sling shall be marked or coded to show the rated capacities for each type of hitch and type of synthetic web material

  • 178(m)(5)(i) When a powered industrial truck is left unattended or when operator is dismounted, load engaging means shall be fully lowered, controls shall be neutralized, power shall be shut off, and brakes se

  • 178(a)(4) Modifications and additions which affect capacity and safe operation shall not be performed by the customer or user without manufacturers prior written approval

  • 178(g)(2) Facilities shall be provided for flushing and neutralizing spilled electrolyte, for fire protection, for protecting charging apparatus from damage by trucks, and for adequate ventilation for dispersal of fumes from gassing batteries

  • 184(e)(9)(i) Alloy steel chain slings with cracked or deformed master links, coupling links or other components shall be removed from service

  • 179(j)(3) Periodic inspection. Complete inspections of the crane shall be performed at intervals of 1-12 months

  • 177(d)(2) The employer shall provide a restraining device or barrier for inflating tires on single piece wheels unless the rim wheel will be bolted onto a vehicle during inflation

  • 177(d)(1) The employer shall furnish a restraining device for inflating tires on multi-piece wheels

  • 177(c)(1) The employer shall provide a program to train all employees who service rim wheels in the hazards involved in servicing those rim wheels and the safety procedures to be followed

  • 176(g) Guarding. Covers and/or guard- rails shall be provided to protect personnel from the hazards of open pits, tanks, vats, ditches, etc.

  • 176(c) Housekeeping. Storage areas shall be kept free from accumulation of materials that constitute hazards from tripping, fire, explosion, or pest harborage. Vegetation control will be exercised when necessary

Subpart Z - Toxic and Hazardous Substances

  • 5206.1100 LABELING HARMFUL PHYSICAL AGENTS; LABEL CONTENT. Equipment or a work area that specifically generates harmful physical agents at a level which may be expected to approximate or exceed the permissible exposure limit or applicable action level shall be labeled. The label shall include: A. the name of the physical agent; and B. the appropriate hazard warning

  • 5206.1000 LABELING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES Subp. 7. Other containers. The employer shall ensure that each container of hazardous substances in the workplace that is not labeled in accordance with the requirements of this part, is labeled, tagged, or marked with at least the following information: A. identity of the hazardous substance; and B. appropriate hazard warning

  • 5205.0116 (sub 1) CARBON MONOXIDE MONITORING: The employer shall monitor environmental exposure of employees to carbon monoxide whenever internal combustion engine powered industrial trucks are operated indoors. The air monitoring shall be done at least quarterly

  • 5205.0116 (sub 2) CARBON MONOXIDE MONITORING: The employer shall ensure that powered industrial truck engine exhaust gases do not contain more than one percent carbon monoxide for propane fueled trucks or two percent carbon monoxide for gasoline fueled trucks measured at idle and at three-fourths throttle during final engine tuning in a regular maintenance program

Minnesota Rules Not otherwise classified

  • 5205.0750 Subp. 2. General requirements: Motorized, self-propelled vehicles shall meet the requirements of Code of Federal Regulations, title 29, sections 1926.600, 1926.601, and 1926.602.

  • 5205.0750 Subp. 4. Vehicle inspection. The Code of Federal Regulations, title 29, section 1926.601 (b) (14) shall apply to all vehicles covered in Code of Federal Regulations, title 29, section 1926.602

  • 182.676 SAFETY COMMITTEES: Every public or private employer of more than 25 employees shall establish and administer a joint labor-management safety committee

  • 5205.0675, subp. 2
    Overhead Doors must have safety device , constant pressure switch, or proper signage while operator present
    – WARNING –
    – TO PREVENT ENTRAPMENT –
    DO NOT START DOOR DOWNWARD
    UNLESS DOORWAY IS CLEAR

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