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REGLOGIC P R E M I U M

GENERAL INDUSTRY REGULATIONS

As required by the U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration

§1910.212

(a)(1)

§1910.147

§1910.178

§1910.219

(c)(5)(ii)[C][1]

(e)(1) §1910.147

(f)(1)(iii)

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(d)(4)(iii)[A][1]

Fire Protection Equipment.

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§1910.157(c)(1)

§1910.178(a)(1)

§1910.178(m)(10)

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Recent changes in regulations:

June 8, 2011 (Federal Register Volume 76, No. 110)

In the June 8, 2011 edition of the Federal Register, OSHA published Phase IIIof the Standards Improvement Project, a series of rulemaking actions to improve and streamline OSHA standards. The Standards Improvement Project removes or revises individual requirements within rules that are confusing, outdated, duplicative, or inconsistent. OSHA identified several requirements for SIP–III (e.g., rigging, NIOSH records, and training certifications) for improvement based on the Agency’s review of its standards, suggestions and comments from the public, or recommendations from the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). This final rule became effective June 8, 2011, and affects the following sections: Incorporation by reference.

§1910.1025

Lead.

§1910.33

Table of contents.

§1910.1027

Cadmium.

§1910.34

Coverage and definitions.

§1910.1028

Benzene.

§1910.35

Compliance with alternate exit-route codes.

§1910.1029

Coke oven emissions.

§1910.36

Design and construction requirements for exit routes.

§1910.1030

Bloodborne pathogens.

§1910.134

Respiratory protection.

§1910.1043

Cotton dust.

§1910.141

Sanitation.

§1910.1044

1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane.

§1910.184

Slings.

§1910.1045

Acrylonitrile.

§1910.440

Recordkeeping requirements.

§1910.1047

Ethylene oxide.

§1910.1003

13 Carcinogens (4-nitrobiphenyl, etc.).

§1910.1050

Methylenedianiline.

§1910.1017

Vinyl chloride.

§1910.1051

1,3-Butadiene.

§1910.1018

Inorganic arsenic.

§1910.1450

Occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratories.

§1910.1020

Access to employee exposure and medical records .

§1910.6

§1928.110

Field sanitation.

July 25, 2011 (Federal Register Volume 76, No. 142)

In the June 8, 2011 edition of the Federal Register, OSHA corrected a final rule on General Working Conditions in Shipyard Employment published in the Federal Register of May 2, 2011 (76 FR 24576). This update became effective August 1, 2011, and affects §1910.145(a)(1) and §1910.147(a)(1)(i).

Disclaimer Although the author and publisher of this book have made every effort to ensure the accuracy and timeliness of the information contained herein, the author and publisher assume no liability with respect to loss or damage caused by or alleged to be caused by reliance on any information contained herein and disclaim any and all warranties, expressed or implied.


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Table of Contents

1903 - Inspections, Citations, and Proposed Penalties §1903.1 §1903.2

1904 - Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses

§1903.3

Purpose and scope Posting of notice; availability of the Act, regulations and applicable standards Authority for inspection

1 1

§1903.4

Objection to inspection

1

§1903.5

Entry not a waiver

2

§1903.6

Advance notice of inspections

2

§1903.7

Conduct of inspections

2

§1903.8 §1903.9

Representatives of employers and employees Trade secrets

2 3

§1903.10 §1903.11

Consultation with employees Complaints by employees

3 3

§1903.12

Inspection not warranted; informal review Imminent danger Citations; notices of de minimis violations; policy regarding employee rescue activities Petitions for modification of abatement date

4 4

§1903.15

Proposed penalties

5

§1903.16

Posting of citations

5

§1903.17

§1903.19

Employer and employee contests before the Review Commission 5 Failure to correct a violation for which a citation has been issued 5 Abatement verification 5

§1903.20

Informal conferences

8

§1903.21

State administration

8

§1903.22

Definitions

8

§1903.13 §1903.14 §1903.14a

§1903.18

1

3 4

Subpart A - Purpose §1904.0

Purpose

9

Subpart B - Scope §1904.1

Partial exemption for employers with 10 or fewer employees

9

§1904.2

Partial exemption for establishments in certain industries

9

§1904.3

Keeping records for more than one agency 9

Subpart C - Recordkeeping Forms and Recording Criteria §1904.4

Recording criteria

10

§1904.5

Determination of work-relatedness

10

§1904.6

Determination of new cases

11

§1904.7

General recording criteria

11

§1904.8

Recording criteria for needlestick and sharps injuries

14

§1904.9

Recording criteria for cases involving medical removal under OSHA standards

14

§1904.10

Recording criteria for cases involving occupational hearing loss 14

§1904.11

Recording criteria for work-related tuberculosis cases

15

§§1904.13 1904.28

[Reserved]

15

§1904.29

Forms

15

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Subpart D - Other OSHA Injury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements

§1910.8

OMB control numbers under the Paperwork Reduction Act

29

§1904.30

Multiple business establishments 16

§1910.9

§1904.31

Covered employees

16

Compliance duties owed to each employee.

30

§1904.32

Annual summary

16

§1904.33

Retention and updating

17

Subpart B - Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards

§1904.34

Change in business ownership

17

§1910.11

Scope and purpose

31

Construction work

31 31

§1904.35

Employee involvement

17

§1910.12

§1904.36

Prohibition against discrimination 17

§1910.15

Shipyard employment

§1904.37

State recordkeeping regulations 17

§1910.16

§1904.38

Variances from the recordkeeping rule

Longshoring and marine terminals 31

§1910.17

Effective dates

32

§1910.18

Changes in established Federal standards

32

§1910.19

Special provisions for air contaminants

32

18

Subpart E - Reporting Fatality, Injury, and Illness Information to the Government §1904.39

Reporting fatalities and multiple hospitalization incidents to OSHA 18

§1904.40

Providing records to government representatives 19

§1904.41

Annual OSHA injury and illness survey of ten or more employers 19

§1904.42

Requests from the Bureau of Labor Statistics for data

19

Subpart F - Transition from the Former Rule §1904.43

Summary and posting of the 2001 data

§1904.44

Retention and updating of old forms 20

§1904.45

OMB control numbers under the Paperwork Reduction Act

19

20

Subpart G - Purpose §1904.46

Definitions

20

Subpart C [Reserved] Subpart D - Walking-Working Surfaces §1910.21

Definitions

33

§1910.22

General requirements

36

§1910.23

Guarding floor and wall openings and holes

36

§1910.24

Fixed industrial stairs

38

§1910.25

Portable wood ladders

38

§1910.26

Portable metal ladders

39

§1910.27

Fixed ladders

40

§1910.28

Safety requirements for scaffolding 43

§1910.29

Manually propelled mobile ladder stands and scaffolds (towers)

50

§1910.30

Other working surfaces

52

1910 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards

Subpart E - Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, & Fire Prevention Plans §1910.33

Table of contents

53

Subpart A - General

§1910.34

Coverage and definitions

53

§1910.1

Purpose and scope

21

§1910.35

§1910.2

Definitions

21

Compliance with NFPA 101-2000, Life Safety Code 53

§1910.3

Petitions for the issuance, amendment, or repeal of a standard 21

§1910.36

Design and construction requirements for exit routes

53

§1910.37

Maintenance, safeguards, and operational features for exit routes

54

§1910.4

Amendments to this part

21

§1910.5

Applicability of standards

21

§1910.38

Emergency action plans

55

§1910.6

Incorporation by reference

22

§1910.39

Fire prevention plans

55

§1910.7

Definition and requirements for a nationally recognized testing laboratory

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Subpart E Appendix

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§1910.126

Subpart F - Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle-Mounted Work Platforms Powered platforms for building maintenance

57

§1910.67

Vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms

§1910.68

Manlifts

§1910.132

General requirements

199

74

§1910.133

Eye and face protection

199

75

§1910.134

Respiratory protection

200

§1910.135

Head protection

214

§1910.136

Foot protection

214

§1910.137

Electrical protective equipment 214

§1910.138

Hand protection

216

References for Further Information (Non-mandatory)

216

Subpart G - Occupational Health and Environmental Control §1910.94

Ventilation

79

§1910.95

Occupational noise exposure

86

§1910.97

Nonionizing radiation

94

§1910.98

Effective dates

94

Subpart I Appendix A Appendix B

Subpart H - Hazardous Materials §1910.101

Compressed gases (general requirements)

95

§1910.102

Acetylene

95

§1910.103

Hydrogen

95

§1910.104

Oxygen

100

§1910.105

Nitrous oxide

101

§1910.106

Flammable and combustible liquids

101

§1910.107

Spray finishing using flammable and combustible materials

119

§1910.108

[Reserved]

123

§1910.109

Explosives and blasting agents 123

§1910.110

Storage and handling of liquefied petroleum gases 134

§1910.111

Storage and handling of anhydrous ammonia

153

[Reserved]

161

§1910.119

Process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals

161

§1910.120

Hazardous waste operations and emergency response

172

§1910.121

[Reserved]

§1910.122

§1910.1121910.113

Subpart I - Personal Protective Equipment

Compliance Guidelines for Hazard Assessment and Personal Protective Equipment Selection (non-mandatory) 216

Subpart J - General Environmental Controls §1910.141

Sanitation

219

§1910.142

Temporary labor camps

220

§1910.143

Nonwater carriage disposal systems - [Reserved]

221

§1910.144

Safety color code for marking physical hazards

221

§1910.145

Specifications for accident prevention signs and tags

222

§1910.146

Permit-required confined spaces

223

§1910.147

The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout)

234

Subpart K - Medical and First Aid §1910.151

Medical services and first aid

239

§1910.152

[Reserved]

239

Subpart L - Fire Protection §1910.155

Scope, application and definitions applicable to this subpart 241

195

§1910.156

Fire brigades

242

Table of contents

195

§1910.157

Portable fire extinguishers

244

§1910.123

Dipping and coating operations: Coverage and definitions

195

§1910.158

Standpipe and hose systems

245

§1910.124

General requirements for dipping and coating operations 196

§1910.159

Automatic sprinkler systems

246

§1910.160

§1910.125

Additional requirements for dipping and coating operations that use flammable or combustible liquids197

Fixed extinguishing systems, general

246

§1910.161

Fixed extinguishing systems, dry chemical

247

§1910.162

Fixed extinguishing systems, gaseous agent

247

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§1910.66

Additional requirements for special dipping and coating operations 198


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§1910.163

Fixed extinguishing systems, water spray and foam

248

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

§1910.164

Fire detection systems

248

§1910.241

Definitions

331

§1910.165

Employee alarm systems

248

§1910.242

Hand and portable powered tools and equipment, general

332

§1910.243

Guarding of portable powered tools

332

§1910.244

Other portable tools and equipment

335

Subpart L Appendix A

Subpart L - Fire Protection

249

Appendix B

National Consensus Standards

255

Appendix C

Fire Protection References For Further Information

256

Appendix D

Availability of Publications Incorporated by Reference in Section 1910.156 Fire Brigades

257

Test Methods for Protective Clothing

258

Appendix E

Subpart Q - Welding, Cutting and Brazing

Subpart M - Compressed Gas and Compressed Air Equipment

§1910.251

Definitions

337

§1910.252

General requirements

337

§1910.253

Oxygen-fuel gas welding and cutting

341

§1910.254

Arc welding and cutting

348

§1910.255

Resistance welding

349

§§1910.1661910.168 [Reserved]

261

Subpart R - Special Industries

§1910.169

261

§1910.261

Air receivers

Subpart N - Materials Handling and Storage §1910.176

Handling materials — general

263

§1910.177

Servicing multi-piece and single-piece rim wheels

263

§1910.178

Powered industrial trucks

265

§1910.179

Overhead and gantry cranes

271

§1910.180

Crawler, locomotive and truck cranes 277

§1910.181

Derricks

280

§1910.183

Helicopters

284

§1910.184

Slings

285

Subpart O - Machinery and Machine Guarding

Pulp, paper, and paperboard mills

351

§1910.262

Textiles

357

§1910.263

Bakery equipment

360

§1910.264

Laundry machinery and operations

364

§1910.265

Sawmills

365

§1910.266

Logging operations

372

§1910.268

Telecommunications

378

§1910.269

Electric power generation, transmission, and distribution

387

§1910.272

Grain handling facilities

413

Subpart S - Electrical §1910.301

Introduction

§1910.302

Electric utilization systems

419

300

§1910.303

General

420

§1910.304

Wiring design and protection

423

301

§1910.305

Wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use 428

Abrasive wheel machinery

304

§1910.306

§1910.216

Mills and calenders in the rubber and plastics industries

Specific purpose equipment and installations

311

§1910.307

Hazardous (classified) locations 436

§1910.217

Mechanical power presses

312

§1910.308

Special systems

§1910.218

Forging machines

§1910.219

Mechanical power-transmission apparatus

§1910.211

Definitions

§1910.212

General requirements for all machines

§1910.213

Woodworking machinery requirements

§1910.214

[Reserved] 304

§1910.215

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419

432 438

326

§§1910.3091910.330 [Reserved]

440

327

§1910.331

Scope

441

§1910.332

Training

441


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§1910.333

441

§1910.334

Use of equipment

443

§1910.335

Safeguards for personnel protection

444

§§1910.3361910.360 [Reserved] §§1910.3611910.380 [Reserved] §1910.399 Subpart S Appendix A

Definitions applicable to this subpart

445 445 445

References for Further Information 449

Subpart T - Commercial Diving Operations

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§1910.1000

Air contaminants

461

§1910.1001

Asbestos

468

§1910.1002

Coal tar pitch volatiles; interpretation of term

490

§1910.1003

13 Carcinogens (4-Nitrobiphenyl, etc.)

490

§1910.1004

alpha-Naphthylamine

493

§1910.1006

Methyl chloromethyl ether

493

§1910.1007

3,3'-Dichlorobenzidine (and its salts)

493

§1910.1008

bis-Chloromethyl ether

493

§1910.1009

beta-Naphthylamine

493

§1910.1010

Benzidine

493

§1910.1011

4-Aminodiphenyl

493

§1910.1012

Ethyleneimine

493

§1910.1013

beta-Propiolactone

493

§1910.1014

2-Acetylaminofluorene

493

§1910.1015

4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene

493

§1910.1016

N-Nitrosodimethylamine

493

§1910.1017

Vinyl chloride

493

§1910.1018

Inorganic arsenic

496

§1910.1020

Access to employee exposure and medical records

502

§1910.401

Scope and application

§1910.402

Definitions

451

§1910.410

Qualifications of dive team

452

§1910.420

Safe practices manual

452

§1910.421

Pre-dive procedures

452

§1910.422

Procedures during dive

453

§1910.423

Post-dive procedures

453

§1910.424

SCUBA diving

454

§1910.425

Surface-supplied air diving

454

§1910.426

Mixed-gas diving

454

§1910.1025

Lead

506

§1910.427

Liveboating

455

§1910.1026

Chromium (VI)

523

§1910.430

Equipment

455

§1910.1027

Cadmium

529

§1910.440

Recordkeeping requirements

456

§1910.1028

Benzene

579

§1910.1029

Coke oven emissions

590

§1910.1030

Bloodborne pathogens

596

§1910.1043

Cotton dust

603

1,2-dibromo-3-chloropropane

615

Subpart T Appendix A

451

Subpart Z - Toxic and Hazardous Substances

Examples of Conditions Which May Restrict or Limit Exposure to Hyperbaric Conditions 456

Appendix B

Guidelines for Scientific Diving

457

§1910.1044

Appendix C

Alternative Conditions Under §1910.401(a)(3) for Recreational Diving Instructors and Diving Guides (Mandatory) 457

§1910.1045

Acrylonitrile

621

§1910.1047

Ethylene oxide

631

§1910.1048

Formaldehyde

643

§1910.1050

Methylenedianiline

656

§1910.1051

1,3-Butadiene

665

§1910.1052

Methylene Chloride

677

§1910.1096

Ionizing radiation

689

§1910.1200

Hazard communication

693

§1910.1201

Retention of DOT markings, placards and labels

705

§1910.1450

Occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratories

705

Subparts U-Y [Reserved] §§1910.9011910.999 [Reserved]

459

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1928 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Agriculture

Subpart E-H [Reserved]

Subpart A - General

§1928.110

§1928.1

Purpose and scope

Subpart I - General Enviromental Controls 715

Subpart B - Applicability of Standards §1928.21

Applicable standards in 29 CFR part 1910

§1928.52

§1928.53

Roll-over protective structures (ROPS) for tractors used in agricultural operations

715

Subpart J-L [Reserved]

§1928.1027

715

Protective frames for wheel-type agricultural tractors — test procedures and performance requirements 716

General Duty Clause

727

OSHA’s Citation Policy

727

OSHA Form 300

728

OSHA Forms 300A and 301

729 731

Protective frames for wheel-type agricultural tractors 716

NAICS Codes

733

Incidence Rates

734

Protective enclosures for wheel-type agricultural tractors — test procedures and performance requirements

Sharps Injury Log

736

It’s The Law! Mandatory Posting

737

OSHA Instruction STD 1-11.6A

738

718

Appendix B

Figures C-1 through C-16

Safety and Health Management Guidelines States with Approved Plans State Office Directory

721

Subpart D - Safety for Agricultural Equipment

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SIC Division Structure

Employee operating instructions 720

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Addendum

Subpart CAppendix A

§1928.57

725

Subpart M - Occupational Health

Subpart C - Roll-Over Protective Structures §1928.51

Field sanitation

Guarding of farm field equipment, farmstead equipment, and cotton gins

739 740

Letters of Interpretation

741

Index

753

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1903 - Inspections, Citations, and Proposed Penalties

1903 - Inspections, Citations, and Proposed Penalties §1903.1 Purpose and scope

§1903.2 Posting of notice; availability of the Act, regulations and applicable standards (a)(1) Each employer shall post and keep posted a notice or notices, to be furnished by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor, informing employees of the protections and obligations provided for in the Act, and that for assistance and information, including copies of the Act and of specific safety and health standards, employees should contact the employer or the nearest office of the Department of Labor. Such notice or notices shall be posted by the employer in each establishment in a conspicuous place or places where notices to employees are customarily posted. Each employer shall take steps to insure that such notices are not altered, defaced, or covered by other material. [§1903.2(a)(1)] (2) Where a State has an approved poster informing employees of their protections and obligations as defined in §1952.10 of this chapter, such poster, when posted by employers covered by the State plan, shall constitute compliance with the posting requirements of section 8(c)(1) of the Act. Employers whose operations are not within the issues covered by the State plan must comply with paragraph (a)(1) of this section. [§1903.2(a)(2)] (3) Reproductions or facsimiles of such Federal or State posters shall constitute compliance with the posting requirements of section 8(c)(1) of the Act where such reproductions or facsimiles are at least 8½ inches by 14 inches, and the printing size is at least 10 pt. Whenever the size of the poster increases, the size of the print shall also increase accordingly. The caption or heading on the poster shall be in large type, generally not less than 36 pt. [§1903.2(a)(3)] (b) Establishment means a single physical location where business is conducted or where services or industrial operations are performed. (For example: A factory, mill, store, hotel, restaurant, movie theatre, farm, ranch, bank, sales office, warehouse, or central administrative office.) Where distinctly separate activities are performed at a single physical location (such as contract construction activities from the same physical location as a lumber yard), each activity shall be treated as a separate physical establishment, and a separate notice or notices shall be posted in each such establishment, to the extent that such notices have been furnished by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. Where employers are engaged in activities which are physically dispersed, such as agriculture, construction, transportation, communications, and electric, gas and sanitary services, the notice or notices required by this section shall be posted at the location to which employees report each day. Where employees do

not usually work at, or report to, a single establishment, such as longshoremen, traveling salesmen, technicians, engineers, etc., such notice or notices shall be posted at the location from which the employees operate to carry out their activities. In all cases, such notice or notices shall be posted in accordance with the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section. [§1903.2(b)] (c) Copies of the Act, all regulations published in this chapter and all applicable standards will be available at all Area Offices of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. If an employer has obtained copies of these materials, he shall make them available upon request to any employee or his authorized representative for review in the establishment where the employee is employed on the same day the request is made or at the earliest time mutually convenient to the employee or his authorized representative and the employer. [§1903.2(c)] (d) Any employer failing to comply with the provisions of this section shall be subject to citation and penalty in accordance with the provisions of section 17 of the Act. [§1903.2(d)]

1903

[36 FR 17850, Sept. 4, 1971, as amended at 39 FR 39036, Nov. 5, 1974]

Inspections, Citations, and Proposed Penalties

The Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (84 Stat. 1590 et seq., 29 U.S.C. 651 et seq.) requires, in part, that every employer covered under the Act furnish to his employees employment and a place of employment which are free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm to his employees. The Act also requires that employers comply with occupational safety and health standards promulgated under the Act, and that employees comply with standards, rules, regulations and orders issued under the Act which are applicable to their own actions and conduct. The Act authorizes the Department of Labor to conduct inspections, and to issue citations and proposed penalties for alleged violations. The Act, under section 20(b), also authorizes the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare to conduct inspections and to question employers and employees in connection with research and other related activities. The Act contains provisions for adjudication of violations, periods prescribed for the abatement of violations, and proposed penalties by the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission, if contested by an employer or by an employee or authorized representative of employees, and for judicial review. The purpose of this part 1903 is to prescribe rules and to set forth general policies for enforcement of the inspection, citation, and proposed penalty provisions of the Act. In situations where this part 1903 sets forth general enforcement policies rather than substantive or procedural rules, such policies may be modified in specific circumstances where the Secretary or his designee determines that an alternative course of action would better serve the objectives of the Act. [§1903.1]

§1903.4 (b)

§1903.3 Authority for inspection (a) Compliance Safety and Health Officers of the Department of Labor are authorized to enter without delay and at reasonable times any factory, plant, establishment, construction site, or other area, workplace or environment where work is performed by an employee of an employer; to inspect and investigate during regular working hours and at other reasonable times, and within reasonable limits and in a reasonable manner, any such place of employment, and all pertinent conditions, structures, machines, apparatus, devices, equipment and materials therein; to question privately any employer, owner, operator, agent or employee; and to review records required by the Act and regulations published in this chapter, and other records which are directly related to the purpose of the inspection. Representatives of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare are authorized to make inspections and to question employers and employees in order to carry out the functions of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare under the Act. Inspections conducted by Department of Labor Compliance Safety and Health Officers and representatives of the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare under section 8 of the Act and pursuant to this part 1903 shall not affect the authority of any State to conduct inspections in accordance with agreements and plans under section 18 of the Act. [§1903.3(a)] (b) Prior to inspecting areas containing information which is classified by an agency of the United States Government in the interest of national security, Compliance Safety and Health Officers shall have obtained the appropriate security clearance. [§1903.3(b)]

§1903.4 Objection to inspection (a) Upon a refusal to permit the Compliance Safety and Health Officer, in exercise of his official duties, to enter without delay and at reasonable times any place of employment or any place therein, to inspect, to review records, or to question any employer, owner, operator, agent, or employee, in accordance with §1903.3 or to permit a representative of employees to accompany the Compliance Safety and Health Officer during the physical inspection of any workplace in accordance with §1903.8, the Safety and Health Officer shall terminate the inspection or confine the inspection to other areas, conditions, structures, machines, apparatus, devices, equipment, materials, records, or interviews concerning which no objection is raised. The Compliance Safety and Health Officer shall endeavor to ascertain the reason for such refusal, and shall immediately report the refusal and the reason therefor to the Area Director. The Area Director shall consult with the Regional Solicitor, who shall take appropriate action, including compulsory process, if necessary. [§1903.4(a)] (b) Compulsory process shall be sought in advance of an attempted inspection or investigation if, in the judgment of the Area Director and the Regional Solicitor, circumstances exist which make such preinspection process desirable or necessary. Some examples of circumstances in which it may be desirable or necessary to seek compulsory process in advance of an attempt to inspect or investigate include (but are not limited to): [§1903.4(b)] (1) When the employer's past practice either implicitly or explicitly puts the Secretary on notice that a warrantless inspection will not be allowed; [§1903.4(b)(1)]

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§1903.5

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(2) When an inspection is scheduled far from the local office and procuring a warrant prior to leaving to conduct the inspection would avoid, in case of refusal of entry, the expenditure of significant time and resources to return to the office, obtain a warrant and return to the worksite; [§1903.4(b)(2)] (3) When an inspection includes the use of special equipment or when the presence of an expert or experts is needed in order to properly conduct the inspection, and procuring a warrant prior to an attempt to inspect would alleviate the difficulties or costs encountered in coordinating the availability of such equipment or expert. [§1903.4(b)(3)] (c) With the approval of the Regional Administrator and the Regional Solicitor, compulsory process may also be obtained by the Area Director or his designee. [§1903.4(c)] (d) For purposes of this section, the term compulsory process shall mean the institution of any appropriate action, including ex parte application for an inspection warrant or its equivalent. Ex parte inspection warrants shall be the preferred form of compulsory process in all circumstances where compulsory process is relied upon to seek entry to a workplace under this section. [§1903.4(d)] [45 FR 65923, Oct. 3, 1980]

§1903.5 Entry not a waiver Any permission to enter, inspect, review records, or question any person, shall not imply or be conditioned upon a waiver of any cause of action, citation, or penalty under the Act. Compliance Safety and Health Officers are not authorized to grant any such waiver. [§1903.5]

§1903.6 Advance notice of inspections (a) Advance notice of inspections may not be given, except in the following situations: [§1903.6(a)] (1) In cases of apparent imminent danger, to enable the employer to abate the danger as quickly as possible; [§1903.6(a)(1)] (2) In circumstances where the inspection can most effectively be conducted after regular business hours or where special preparations are necessary for an inspection; [§1903.6(a)(2)] (3) Where necessary to assure the presence of representatives of the employer and employees or the appropriate personnel needed to aid in the inspection; and [§1903.6(a)(3)] (4) In other circumstances where the Area Director determines that the giving of advance notice would enhance the probability of an effective and thorough inspection. [§1903.6(a)(4)] (b) In the situations described in paragraph (a) of this section, advance notice of inspections may be given only if authorized by the Area Director, except that in cases of apparent imminent danger, advance notice may be given by the Compliance Safety and Health Officer without such authorization if the Area Director is not immediately available. When advance notice is given, it shall be the employer's responsibility promptly to notify the authorized representative of employees of the inspection, if the identity of such representative is known to the employer. (See §1903.8(b) as to situations where there is no authorized representative of employees.) Upon the request of the employer, the Compliance Safety and Health Officer will inform the authorized representative of employees of the inspection, provided that the employer furnishes the Compliance Safety and Health Officer with the identity of such representative and with such other information as is necessary to enable him promptly to inform such representative of the inspection. An employer who fails to comply with his obligation under this paragraph promptly to inform the authorized representative of employees of the inspection or to furnish such information as is necessary to enable the Compliance Safety and Health Officer promptly to inform such representative of the inspection, may be subject to citation and penalty under section 17(c) of the Act. Advance notice in any of the situations described in paragraph (a) of this section shall not be given more than 24 hours before the inspection is scheduled to be conducted, except in apparent imminent danger situations and in other unusual circumstances. [§1903.6(b)] (c) The Act provides in section 17(f) that any person who gives advance notice of any inspection to be conducted under the Act, without authority from the Secretary or his designees, shall, upon conviction, be punished by fine of not more than $1,000 or by imprisonment for not more than 6 months, or by both. [§1903.6(c)]

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§1903.7 Conduct of inspections (a) Subject to the provisions of §1903.3, inspections shall take place at such times and in such places of employment as the Area Director or the Compliance Safety and Health Officer may direct. At the beginning of an inspection, Compliance Safety and Health Officers shall present their credentials to the owner, operator, or agent in charge at the establishment; explain the nature and purpose of the inspection; and indicate generally the scope of the inspection and the records specified in §1903.3 which they wish to review. However, such designation of records shall not preclude access to additional records specified in §1903.3. [§1903.7(a)] (b) Compliance Safety and Health Officers shall have authority to take environmental samples and to take or obtain photographs related to the purpose of the inspection, employ other reasonable investigative techniques, and question privately any employer, owner, operator, agent or employee of an establishment. (See §1903.9 on trade secrets.) As used herein, the term employ other reasonable investigative techniques includes, but is not limited to, the use of devices to measure employee exposures and the attachment of personal sampling equipment such as dosimeters, pumps, badges and other similar devices to employees in order to monitor their exposures. [§1903.7(b)] (c) In taking photographs and samples, Compliance Safety and Health Officers shall take reasonable precautions to insure that such actions with flash, spark-producing, or other equipment would not be hazardous. Compliance Safety and Health Officers shall comply with all employer safety and health rules and practices at the establishment being inspected, and they shall wear and use appropriate protective clothing and equipment. [§1903.7(c)] (d) The conduct of inspections shall be such as to preclude unreasonable disruption of the operations of the employer's establishment. [§1903.7(d)]

(e) At the conclusion of an inspection, the Compliance Safety and Health Officer shall confer with the employer or his representative and informally advise him of any apparent safety or health violations disclosed by the inspection. During such conference, the employer shall be afforded an opportunity to bring to the attention of the Compliance Safety and Health Officer any pertinent information regarding conditions in the workplace. [§1903.7(e)] (f) Inspections shall be conducted in accordance with the requirements of this part. [§1903.7(f)] [36 FR 17850, Sept. 14, 1971, as amended at 47 FR 6533, Feb. 12, 1982; 47 FR 55481, Dec. 10, 1982]

§1903.8 Representatives of employers and employees (a) Compliance Safety and Health Officers shall be in charge of inspections and questioning of persons. A representative of the employer and a representative authorized by his employees shall be given an opportunity to accompany the Compliance Safety and Health Officer during the physical inspection of any workplace for the purpose of aiding such inspection. A Compliance Safety and Health Officer may permit additional employer representatives and additional representatives authorized by employees to accompany him where he determines that such additional representatives will further aid the inspection. A different employer and employee representative may accompany the Compliance Safety and Health Officer during each different phase of an inspection if this will not interfere with the conduct of the inspection. [§1903.8(a)] (b) Compliance Safety and Health Officers shall have authority to resolve all disputes as to who is the representative authorized by the employer and employees for the purpose of this section. If there is no authorized representative of employees, or if the Compliance Safety and Health Officer is unable to determine with reasonable certainty who is such representative, he shall consult with a reasonable number of employees concerning matters of safety and health in the workplace. [§1903.8(b)] (c) The representative(s) authorized by employees shall be an employee(s) of the employer. However, if in the judgment of the Compliance Safety and Health Officer, good cause has been shown why accompaniment by a third party who is not an employee of the employer (such as an industrial hygienist or a safety engineer) is reasonably necessary to the conduct of an effective and thorough physical inspection of the workplace, such third party may accompany the Compliance Safety and Health Officer during the inspection. [§1903.8(c)]


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Inspection not warranted; informal review (d) Compliance Safety and Health Officers are authorized to deny the right of accompaniment under this section to any person whose conduct interferes with a fair and orderly inspection. The right of accompaniment in areas containing trade secrets shall be subject to the provisions of §1903.9(d). With regard to information classified by an agency of the U.S. Government in the interest of national security, only persons authorized to have access to such information may accompany a Compliance Safety and Health Officer in areas containing such information. [§1903.8(d)]

§1903.9 Trade secrets

§1903.10 Consultation with employees Compliance Safety and Health Officers may consult with employees concerning matters of occupational safety and health to the extent they deem necessary for the conduct of an effective and thorough inspection. During the course of an inspection, any employee shall be afforded an opportunity to bring any violation of the Act which he has reason to believe exists in the workplace to the attention of the Compliance Safety and Health Officer. [§1903.10]

§1903.11 Complaints by employees (a) Any employee or representative of employees who believe that a violation of the Act exists in any workplace where such employee is employed may request an inspection of such workplace by giving notice of the alleged violation to the Area Director or to a Compliance Safety and Health Officer. Any such notice shall be reduced to writing, shall set forth with reasonable particularity the grounds for the notice, and shall be signed by the employee or representative of employees. A copy shall be provided the employer or his agent by the Area Director or Compliance Safety and Health Officer no later than at the time of inspection, except that, upon the request of the person giving such notice, his name and the names of individual employees referred to therein shall not appear in such copy or on any record published, released, or made available by the Department of Labor. [§1903.11(a)] (b) If upon receipt of such notification the Area Director determines that the complaint meets the requirements set forth in paragraph (a) of this section, and that there are reasonable grounds to believe that the alleged violation exists, he shall cause an inspection to be made as soon as practicable, to determine if such alleged violation exists. Inspections under this section shall not be limited to matters referred to in the complaint. [§1903.11(b)] (c) Prior to or during any inspection of a workplace, any employee or representative of employees employed in such workplace may notify the Compliance Safety and Health Officer, in writing, of any violation of the Act which they have reason to believe exists in such workplace. Any such notice shall comply with the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section. [§1903.11(c)] (d) Section 11(c)(1) of the Act provides: “No person shall discharge or in any manner discriminate against any employee because such employee has filed any complaint or instituted or caused to be instituted any proceeding under or related to this Act or has testified or is about to testify in any such proceeding or because of the exercise by such employee on behalf of himself or others of any right afforded by this Act.” [§1903.11(d)]

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(a) Section 15 of the Act provides: “All information reported to or otherwise obtained by the Secretary or his representative in connection with any inspection or proceeding under this Act which contains or which might reveal a trade secret referred to in section 1905 of title 18 of the United States Code shall be considered confidential for the purpose of that section, except that such information may be disclosed to other officers or employees concerned with carrying out this Act or when relevant in any proceeding under this Act. In any such proceeding the Secretary, the Commission, or the court shall issue such orders as may be appropriate to protect the confidentiality of trade secrets.” Section 15 of the Act is considered a statute within the meaning of section 552(b)(3) of title 5 of the United States Code, which exempts from the disclosure requirements matters that are “specifically exempted from disclosure by statute.” [§1903.9(a)] (b) Section 1905 of title 18 of the United States Code provides: “Whoever, being an officer or employee of the United States or of any department or agency thereof, publishes, divulges, discloses, or makes known in any manner or to any extent not authorized by law any information coming to him in the course of his employment or official duties or by reason of any examination or investigation made by, or return, report or record made to or filed with, such department or agency or officer or employee thereof, which information concerns or relates to the trade secrets, processes, operations, style of work, or apparatus, or to the identity, confidential statistical data, amount or source of any income, profits, losses, or expenditures of any person, firm, partnership, corporation, or association; or permits any income return or copy thereof or any book containing any abstract or particulars thereof to be seen or examined by any person except as provided by law; shall be fined not more than $1,000, or imprisoned not more than 1 year, or both; and shall be removed from office or employment.” [§1903.9(b)] (c) At the commencement of an inspection, the employer may identify areas in the establishment which contain or which might reveal a trade secret. If the Compliance Safety and Health Officer has no clear reason to question such identification, information obtained in such areas, including all negatives and prints of photographs, and environmental samples, shall be labeled “confidential — trade secret” and shall not be disclosed except in accordance with the provisions of section 15 of the Act. [§1903.9(c)] (d) Upon the request of an employer, any authorized representative of employees under §1903.8 in an area containing trade secrets shall be an employee in that area or an employee authorized by the employer to enter that area. Where there is no such representative or employee, the Compliance Safety and Health Officer shall consult with a reasonable number of employees who work in that area concerning matters of safety and health. [§1903.9(d)]

§1903.12 (b)

(Approved by the Office of Management and Budget under control number 1218-0064) [36 FR 17850, Sept. 4, 1973, as amended at 54 FR 24333, June 7, 1989]

§1903.12 Inspection not warranted; informal review (a) If the Area Director determines that an inspection is not warranted because there are no reasonable grounds to believe that a violation or danger exists with respect to a complaint under §1903.11, he shall notify the complaining party in writing of such determination. The complaining party may obtain review of such determination by submitting a written statement of position with the Assistant Regional Director and, at the same time, providing the employer with a copy of such statement by certified mail. The employer may submit an opposing written statement of position with the Assistant Regional Director and, at the same time, provide the complaining party with a copy of such statement by certified mail. Upon the request of the complaining party or the employer, the Assistant Regional Director, at his discretion, may hold an informal conference in which the complaining party and the employer may orally present their views. After considering all written and oral views presented, the Assistant Regional Director shall affirm, modify, or reverse the determination of the Area Director and furnish the complaining party and the employer and written notification of this decision and the reasons therefor. The decision of the Assistant Regional Director shall be final and not subject to further review. [§1903.12(a)] (b) If the Area Director determines that an inspection is not warranted because the requirements of §1903.11(a) have not been met, he shall notify the complaining party in writing of such determination. Such determination shall be without prejudice to the filing of a new complaint meeting the requirements of §1903.11(a). [§1903.12(b)]

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§1903.13

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§1903.13 Imminent danger Whenever and as soon as a Compliance Safety and Health Officer concludes on the basis of an inspection that conditions or practices exist in any place of employment which could reasonably be expected to cause death or serious physical harm immediately or before the imminence of such danger can be eliminated through the enforcement procedures otherwise provided by the Act, he shall inform the affected employees and employers of the danger and that he is recommending a civil action to restrain such conditions or practices and for other appropriate relief in accordance with the provisions of section 13(a) of the Act. Appropriate citations and notices of proposed penalties may be issued with respect to an imminent danger even though, after being informed of such danger by the Compliance Safety and Health Officer, the employer immediately eliminates the imminence of the danger and initiates steps to abate such danger. [§1903.13]

§1903.14 Citations; notices of de minimis violations; policy regarding employee rescue activities (a) The Area Director shall review the inspection report of the Compliance Safety and Health Officer. If, on the basis of the report the Area Director believes that the employer has violated a requirement of section 5 of the Act, of any standard, rule or order promulgated pursuant to section 6 of the Act, or of any substantive rule published in this chapter, he shall, if appropriate, consult with the Regional Solicitor, and he shall issue to the employer either a citation or a notice of de minimis violations which have no direct or immediate relationship to safety or health. An appropriate citation or notice of de minimis violations shall be issued even though after being informed of an alleged violation by the Compliance Safety and Health Officer, the employer immediately abates, or initiates steps to abate, such alleged violation. Any citation or notice of de minimis violations shall be issued with reasonable promptness after termination of the inspection. No citation may be issued under this section after the expiration of 6 months following the occurrence of any alleged violation. [§1903.14(a)] (b) Any citation shall describe with particularity the nature of the alleged violation, including a reference to the provision(s) of the Act, standard, rule, regulation, or order alleged to have been violated. Any citation shall also fix a reasonable time or times for the abatement of the alleged violation. [§1903.14(b)] (c) If a citation or notice of de minimis violations is issued for a violation alleged in a request for inspection under §1903.11(a) or a notification of violation under §1903.11(c), a copy of the citation or notice of de minimis violations shall also be sent to the employee or representative of employees who made such request or notification. [§1903.14(c)] (d) After an inspection, if the Area Director determines that a citation is not warranted with respect to a danger or violation alleged to exist in a request for inspection under §1903.11(a) or a notification of violation under §1903.11(c), the informal review procedures prescribed in §1903.12(a) shall be applicable. After considering all views presented, the Assistant Regional Director shall affirm the determination of the Area Director, order a reinspection, or issue a citation if he believes that the inspection disclosed a violation. The Assistant Regional Director shall furnish the complaining party and the employer with written notification of his determination and the reasons therefor. The determination of the Assistant Regional Director shall be final and not subject to review. [§1903.14(d)] (e) Every citation shall state that the issuance of a citation does not constitute a finding that a violation of the Act has occurred unless there is a failure to contest as provided for in the Act or, if contested, unless the citation is affirmed by the Review Commission. [§1903.14(e)]

(f) No citation may be issued to an employer because of a rescue activity undertaken by an employee of that employer with respect to an individual in imminent danger unless: [§1903.14(f)] (1)(i) Such employee is designated or assigned by the employer to have responsibility to perform or assist in rescue operations, and [§1903.14(f)(1)(i)] (ii) The employer fails to provide protection of the safety and health of such employee, including failing to provide appropriate training and rescue equipment; or [§1903.14(f)(1)(ii)]

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(2)(i) Such employee is directed by the employer to perform rescue activities in the course of carrying out the employee's job duties, and [§1903.14(f)(2)(i)] (ii) The employer fails to provide protection of the safety and health of such employee, including failing to provide appropriate training and rescue equipment; or [§1903.14(f)(2)(ii)] (3)(i) Such employee is employed in a workplace that requires the employee to carry out duties that are directly related to a workplace operation where the likelihood of life-threatening accidents is foreseeable, such as a workplace operation where employees are located in confined spaces or trenches, handle hazardous waste, respond to emergency situations, perform excavations, or perform construction over water; and [§1903.14(f)(3)(i)] (ii) Such employee has not been designated or assigned to perform or assist in rescue operations and voluntarily elects to rescue such an individual; and [§1903.14(f)(3)(ii)] (iii) The employer has failed to instruct employees not designated or assigned to perform or assist in rescue operations of the arrangements for rescue, not to attempt rescue, and of the hazards of attempting rescue without adequate training or equipment. [§1903.14(f)(3)(iii)] (4) For purposes of this policy, the term imminent danger means the existence of any condition or practice that could reasonably be expected to cause death or serious physical harm before such condition or practice can be abated. [§1903.14(f)(4)] [36 FR 17850, Sept. 4, 1971, as amended at 59 FR 66613, Dec. 27, 1994]

§1903.14a Petitions for modification of abatement date (a) An employer may file a petition for modification of abatement date when he has made a good faith effort to comply with the abatement requirements of a citation, but such abatement has not been completed because of factors beyond his reasonable control. [§1903.14a(a)] (b) A petition for modification of abatement date shall be in writing and shall include the following information: [§1903.14a(b)] (1) All steps taken by the employer, and the dates of such action, in an effort to achieve compliance during the prescribed abatement period. [§1903.14a(b)(1)] (2) The specific additional abatement time necessary in order to achieve compliance. [§1903.14a(b)(2)] (3) The reasons such additional time is necessary, including the unavailability of professional or technical personnel or of materials and equipment, or because necessary construction or alteration of facilities cannot be completed by the original abatement date. [§1903.14a(b)(3)] (4) All available interim steps being taken to safeguard the employees against the cited hazard during the abatement period. [§1903.14a(b)(4)]

(5) A certification that a copy of the petition has been posted and, if appropriate, served on the authorized representative of affected employees, in accordance with paragraph (c)(1) of this section and a certification of the date upon which such posting and service was made. [§1903.14a(b)(5)] (c) A petition for modification of abatement date shall be filed with the Area Director of the United States Department of Labor who issued the citation no later than the close of the next working day following the date on which abatement was originally required. A laterfiled petition shall be accompanied by the employer's statement of exceptional circumstances explaining the delay. [§1903.14a(c)] (1) A copy of such petition shall be posted in a conspicuous place where all affected employees will have notice thereof or near such location where the violation occurred. The petition shall remain posted for a period of ten (10) working days. Where affected employees are represented by an authorized representative, said representative shall be served with a copy of such petition. [§1903.14a(c)(1)] (2) Affected employees or their representatives may file an objection in writing to such petition with the aforesaid Area Director. Failure to file such objection within ten (10) working days of the date of posting of such petition or of service upon an authorized representative shall constitute a waiver of any further right to object to said petition. [§1903.14a(c)(2)] (3) The Secretary or his duly authorized agent shall have the authority to approve any petition for modification of abatement date filed pursuant to paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section.


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Abatement verification Such uncontested petitions shall become final orders pursuant to sections 10 (a) and (c) of the Act. [§1903.14a(c)(3)] (4) The Secretary or his authorized representative shall not exercise his approval power until the expiration of fifteen (15) working days from the date the petition was posted or served pursuant to paragraphs (c)(1) and (2) of this section by the employer. [§1903.14a(c)(4)] (d) Where any petition is objected to by the Secretary or affected employees, the petition, citation, and any objections shall be forwarded to the Commission within three (3) working days after the expiration of the fifteen (15) day period set out in paragraph (c)(4) of this section. [§1903.14a(d)] [40 FR 6334, Feb. 11, 1975; 40 FR 11351, Mar. 11, 1975]

§1903.15 Proposed penalties

§1903.16 Posting of citations (a) Upon receipt of any citation under the Act, the employer shall immediately post such citation, or a copy thereof, unedited, at or near each place an alleged violation referred to in the citation occurred, except as provided below. Where, because of the nature of the employer's operations, it is not practicable to post the citation at or near each place of alleged violation, such citation shall be posted, unedited, in a prominent place where it will be readily observable by all affected employees. For example, where employers are engaged in activities which are physically dispersed (see §1903.2(b)), the citation may be posted at the location to which employees report each day. Where employees do not primarily work at or report to a single location (see §1903.2(b)), the citation may be posted at the location from which the employees operate to carry out their activities. The employer shall take steps to ensure that the citation is not altered, defaced, or covered by other material. Notices of de minimis violations need not be posted. [§1903.16(a)] (b) Each citation, or a copy thereof, shall remain posted until the violation has been abated, or for 3 working days, whichever is later. The filing by the employer of a notice of intention to contest under §1903.17 shall not affect his posting responsibility under this section unless and until the Review Commission issues a final order vacating the citation. [§1903.16(b)] (c) An employer to whom a citation has been issued may post a notice in the same location where such citation is posted indicating that the citation is being contested before the Review Commission, and such notice may explain the reasons for such contest. The employer may also indicate that specified steps have been taken to abate the violation. [§1903.16(c)] (d) Any employer failing to comply with the provisions of paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section shall be subject to citation and penalty in accordance with the provisions of section 17 of the Act. [§1903.16(d)]

§1903.17 Employer and employee contests before the Review Commission (a) Any employer to whom a citation or notice of proposed penalty has been issued may, under section 10(a) of the Act, notify the Area Director in writing that he intends to contest such citation or proposed penalty before the Review Commission. Such notice of intention to contest shall be postmarked within 15 working days of the receipt by the employer of the notice of proposed penalty. Every notice of intention to contest shall specify whether it is directed to the citation or to the proposed penalty, or both. The Area Director shall immediately transmit such notice to the Review Commission in accordance with the rules of procedure prescribed by the Commission. [§1903.17(a)] (b) Any employee or representative of employees of an employer to whom a citation has been issued may, under section 10(c) of the Act, file a written notice with the Area Director alleging that the period of time fixed in the citation for the abatement of the violation is unreasonable. Such notice shall be postmarked within 15 working days of the receipt by the employer of the notice of proposed penalty or notice that no penalty is being proposed. The Area Director shall immediately transmit such notice to the Review Commission in accordance with the rules of procedure prescribed by the Commission. [§1903.17(b)]

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(a) After, or concurrent with, the issuance of a citation, and within a reasonable time after the termination of the inspection, the Area Director shall notify the employer by certified mail or by personal service by the Compliance Safety and Health Officer of the proposed penalty under section 17 of the Act, or that no penalty is being proposed. Any notice of proposed penalty shall state that the proposed penalty shall be deemed to be the final order of the Review Commission and not subject to review by any court or agency unless, within 15 working days from the date of receipt of such notice, the employer notifies the Area Director in writing that he intends to contest the citation or the notification of proposed penalty before the Review Commission. [§1903.15(a)] (b) The Area Director shall determine the amount of any proposed penalty, giving due consideration to the appropriateness of the penalty with respect to the size of the business of the employer being charged, the gravity of the violation, the good faith of the employer, and the history of previous violations, in accordance with the provisions of section 17 of the Act. [§1903.15(b)] (c) Appropriate penalties may be proposed with respect to an alleged violation even though after being informed of such alleged violation by the Compliance Safety and Health Officer, the employer immediately abates, or initiates steps to abate, such alleged violation. Penalties shall not be proposed for de minimis violations which have no direct or immediate relationship to safety or health. [§1903.15(c)]

§1903.19 (b)

§1903.18 Failure to correct a violation for which a citation has been issued (a) If an inspection discloses that an employer has failed to correct an alleged violation for which a citation has been issued within the period permitted for its correction, the Area Director shall, if appropriate, consult with the Regional Solicitor, and he shall notify the employer by certified mail or by personal service by the Compliance Safety and Health Officer of such failure and of the additional penalty proposed under section 17(d) of the Act by reason of such failure. The period for the correction of a violation for which a citation has been issued shall not begin to run until the entry of a final order of the Review Commission in the case of any review proceedings initiated by the employer in good faith and not solely for delay or avoidance of penalties. [§1903.18(a)] (b) Any employer receiving a notification of failure to correct a violation and of proposed additional penalty may, under section 10(b) of the Act, notify the Area Director in writing that he intends to contest such notification or proposed additional penalty before the Review Commission. Such notice of intention to contest shall be postmarked within 15 working days of the receipt by the employer of the notification of failure to correct a violation and of proposed additional penalty. The Area Director shall immediately transmit such notice to the Review Commission in accordance with the rules of procedure prescribed by the Commission. [§1903.18(b)] (c) Each notification of failure to correct a violation and of proposed additional penalty shall state that it shall be deemed to be the final order of the Review Commission and not subject to review by any court or agency unless, within 15 working days from the date of receipt of such notification, the employer notifies the Area Director in writing that he intends to contest the notification or the proposed additional penalty before the Review Commission. [§1903.18(c)]

§1903.19 Abatement verification Purpose. OSHA's inspections are intended to result in the abatement of violations of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 (the OSH Act). This section sets forth the procedures OSHA will use to ensure abatement. These procedures are tailored to the nature of the violation and the employer's abatement actions.[§1903.19] (a) Scope and application. This section applies to employers who receive a citation for a violation of the Occupational Safety and Health Act. [§1903.19(a)] (b) Definitions. [§1903.19(b)] (1) Abatement means action by an employer to comply with a cited standard or regulation or to eliminate a recognized hazard identified by OSHA during an inspection. [§1903.19(b)(1)] (2) Abatement date means: [§1903.19(b)(2)] (i) For an uncontested citation item, the later of: [§1903.19(b)(2)(i)]

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IX Aboveground Storage Tanks, Flammable and Combustible Liquid 1910.106(b)(2) 103 Spacing 1910.106(b)(2)(ii) 103 Spill Control 1910.106(b)(2)(viii) 105 Venting 1910.106(b)(2)(iv) 104 1910.106(b)(2)(v) 104 Abrasive Blasting 1910.94(a) 79 Air Compressors, Breathing Air 1910.94(a)(6) 80 Air Supply Breathing 1910.94(a)(6) 80 Blast-Cleaning Enclosures 1910.94(a)(3) 79 Cleaning Nozzles 1910.244(b) 335 Definitions 1910.94(a)(1) 79 Dust Hazards 1910.94(a)(2) 79 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.94(a)(5) 79 Abrasive Wheel Machinery 1910.243(c) 332; 1910.215 304 Blotters 1910.215(c)(6) 307 Excluded Machinery 1910.215(a)(5) 304 Flanges 1910.215(a)(3) 304 1910.215(c) 306 Guard Design 1910.215(a)(2) 304 Specifications 1910.215(b)(12) 306 Guard Exposure Angles 1910.215(b)(2) 304 Band Type 1910.215(b)(11) 306 Cup Wheels 1910.215(b)(1) 304 Cylindrical Grinders 1910.215(b)(4) 305 Dimensions 1910.215(b)(10) 305 Material Requirements 1910.215(b)(10) 305 Snagging Machines 1910.215(b)(7) 305 Surface Grinding 1910.215(b)(5) 305 Swing Frame 1910.215(b)(6) 305 Guarding 1910.215(a)(1) 304 1910.215(b) 304 Mounting 1910.215(d) 307 Arbor Size 1910.215(d)(2) 307 Blotters 1910.215(d)(5) 307 Bushings 1910.215(d)(4) 307 Inspections 1910.215(d)(1) 307 Multiple Wheel 1910.215(d)(6) 308 Ring Test 1910.215(d)(1) 307 Surface Conditions 1910.215(d)(3) 307 Portable 1910.243(c) 332 Definitions 1910.241(b) 331 Guarding 1910.243(c) 332 Cup Wheels 1910.243(c)(2) 332 General Requirements 1910.243(c)(1) 332 Other Portable Grinders 1910.243(c)(4) 333 Vertical Grinders 1910.243(c)(3) 332 Inspection 1910.243(c)(5) 333 Mounting 1910.243(c)(5) 333 Work Rests 1910.215(a)(4) 304 Access Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(2) 100 Cranes 1910.179(c)(2) 272 Exits 1910.36-.37 53– 54 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(9)(ii) 112 Powered Platforms 1910.66(a) 57 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(8)(ii) 118 Roof Cars 1910.66(c)(4) 57 Spraying Operations, Vents 1910.107(d)(10) 121 Sprinkler Valve 1910.107(f)(2) 121 Accident Prevention Signs and Tags (see also Signs and Tags) 1910.145 222 2-Acetylaminofluorene (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Acetylene 1910.102, 1910.153(f) 95 Cylinders 1910.102(a) 95 1910.102(c) 95 Generators 1910.102(c) 95 1910.253(f) 345 Approval 1910.253(f)(1) 345 Location 1910.253(f)(3) 345 Maintenance 1910.253(f)(7) 347 Marking 1910.253(f)(1) 345 Operation 1910.253(f)(7) 347 Portable 1910.253(f)(5) 346

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Acetylene (continued) Generators (continued) Pressure Limits 1910.253(f)(2) 345 Rating 1910.253(f)(2) 345 Stationary 1910.253(f)(4) 345 Houses and Rooms 1910.253(f)(6) 347 Piped Systems 1910.102(b) 95 Acid Carboys 1910.262(nn) 360 Acrylonitrile 1910.1045 621 Compliance Methods 1910.1045(g) 622 Definitions 1910.1045(b) 621 Emergency Situations 1910.1045(i) 622 Employee Information and Training 1910.1045(o) 623 Exposure Monitoring 1910.1045(e) 621 Housekeeping 1910.1045(k) 623 Hygiene Facilities and Practices 1910.1045(m) 623 Medical Surveillance 1910.1045 Appendix C 627; 1910.1045(n) 623 Observation of Monitoring 1910.1045(r) 625 Permissible Exposure Limit 1910.1045(c) 621 Protective Clothing and Equipment 1910.1045(j) 623 Recordkeeping 1910.1045(q) 624 Regulated Areas 1910.1045(f) 622 Respiratory Protection 1910.1045(h) 622 Signs and Labels 1910.1045(p) 624 Waste Disposal 1910.1045(l) 623 Adjustments Cranes 1910.179(l)(3) 276 Derricks 1910.181(f)(2) 283 1910.181(f)(3) 283 Aerial Lift Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution 1910.269(p)(4) 397 1910.269(q)(3) 398 1910.269(r)(5) 399 Electrical Selection and Use of Work Practices 1910.333(c)(3)(i) 443 Telecommunications 1910.268(g)(3)(iv) 380; 1910.268(q)(2)(viii) 385 Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms 1910.67(c)(2) 75 A-Frame Derrick (see also Derricks) 1910.181(a)(2) 280 Agriculture Cotton Ginning Equipment, Guarding of 1928.57(a)(5)-(11) 723 1928.57(d) 724, 725 Guard Panel Materials, Minimum Requirements 1928.57(d)(1)(iii) 725 Farm Field Equipment, Guarding of 1928.57(a)(5)-(11), 1928.57(b) 723 Farmstead Equipment, Guarding of 1928.57(a)(5)-(11), 1928.57(c) 724 Field Sanitation Definitions 1928.110(b) 725 Requirements 1928.110(c) 725 Roll-Over Protective Structures for Tractors Definitions 1928.51(a) 715 General Requirements 1928.51(b) 715 Labeling 1928.51(c) 715 Operating Instructions 1928.51(d), App A to Subpart C 716, 720 Seatbelts 1928.51(b)(2) 715 ROPS (see also Roll-Over Protective Structures for Tractors, this heading) 1928.51 715 Tractors, Roll-Over Protective Structures (see also Roll-Over Protective Structures for Tractors, this heading) 1928.51 715 Air Airborne Radioactive Materials, Exposure 1910.1096(c) 690 Compressed 1910.242(b) 332 Contaminants 1910.1000 461 Exposure Limits 1910.1000(a)(1) 461 Mineral Dusts 1910.1000 461 Permissible Exposure Limits 1910.1000 461 Controlling Equipment, Power Presses 1910.217(b)(10) 313 Hoses 1910.243(b)(2) 332 Lift Hammers, Forging 1910.218(e)(1) 327 Quality 1910.134(i) 205

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Air Air (continued) Receivers Application 1910.169(a)(1) 261 Compressed Air 1910.169(a)(1) 261 Equipment Drains 1910.169(b)(2) 261 Installation 1910.169(b)(1) 261 Pressure Gages 1910.169(b)(3) 261 Traps 1910.169(b)(2) 261 Valves 1910.169(b)(3) 261 Airborne Radioactive Materials, Exposure 1910.1096(c) 690 Aisles Mechanical Equipment 1910.176(a) 263 1910.178(m)(14) 269 Storage Areas 1910.106(d)(5)(vi) 110 Working Surfaces 1910.22(b) 36 Alarms (see also Detection Systems under Fire) 1910.164 248; 1910.165 248; 1910.37(e) 54; 1910.38(d) 55 General Requirements 1910.165(b) 248 Installation and Restoration 1910.165(c) 248 Maintenance and Testing 1910.165(d) 249 alpha-Naphthylamine (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 4-Aminodiphenyl (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Ammonia, Anhydrous (see also Anhydrous Ammonia) 1910.111 153 Ammonium Nitrate 1910.109(i) 132 Bulk Storage 1910.109(i)(4) 132 Containers 1910.109(i)(3) 132 Contaminants 1910.109(i)(5) 133 Electrical Installations 1910.109(i)(6) 133 Fire Protection 1910.109(i)(7) 133 Separation Walls 1910.109(i)(5)(i) 133 Warehouses 1910.109(i)(4) 132 Anchoring Fixed Machinery 1910.212(a)(5) 301; 1910.212(b) 301 Anhydrous Ammonia 1910.111 153 Containers Appurtenances. 1910.111(b)(6) 154 Charging. 1910.111(b)(11) 157 DOT Specifications 1910.111(e)(1) 159 Farm Vehicles. 1910.111(g) 160; 1910.111(h) 160 Location. 1910.111(b)(5) 154 Motor Vehicle. 1910.111(f) 159 Non-Refrigerated. 1910.111(b)(2) 154; 1910.111(c) 157 Refrigerated. 1910.111(d) 158 Safety Relief Devices. 1910.111(b)(9) 156; 1910.111(c)(3) 158. 1910.111(d)(4) 158; 1910.111(f)(5) 160 Definitions. 1910.111(a)(2) 153 Electrical Systems. 1910.111(b)(16) 157 Fittings. 1910.111(b)(7) 155 Handling. 1910.111 153 Hoses. 1910.111(b)(8) 155 Liquid Transfer. 1910.111(b)(12) 157; 1910.111(f)(6) 160 Liquid-Level Gaging Devices. 1910.111(b)(14) 157 Markings. 1910.111(b)(4) 154 Piping. 1910.111(b)(7) 155 Storage. 1910.111 153 Tank Car Unloading. 1910.111(b)(13) 157 Tubing. 1910.111(b)(7) 155 Appliances Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(20) 143 Arbor Grinding Wheels 1910.215(d)(2) 307 Arc Welding 1910.254 348 Confined Spaces 1910.252(a)(4) 338 1910.252(b)(4) 339 Equipment Design 1910.254(b)(4) 348 Disconnecting Means 1910.254(c)(3) 349 Environmental Conditions 1910.254(b)(2) 348 Grounding 1910.254(c)(2) 349; 1910.254(d)(3) 349 Installation 1910.254(a)(2) 348; 1910.254(c) 348 Instruction 1910.254(a)(3) 348 Maintenance 1910.254(d)(9) 349 Operation 1910.254(d) 349 Personnel Protection 1910.252(b) 338 Protection from Rays 1910.252(b)(2)(iii) 338 Supply Connections 1910.254(c)(3)(i) 349; 1910.254(d)(3) 349 Health Protection 1910.252(c)(1)(i) 339 Ventilation 1910.252(b)(4)(ii) 339; 1910.252(c)(2) 339; 1910.252(c)(4) 340 Voltage 1910.254(b)(3) 348 Arsenic, Inorganic 1910.1018 496 Compliance Methods 1910.1018(g) 496 Definitions 1910.1018(b) 496 Exposure Monitoring 1910.1018(e) 496 Housekeeping 1910.1018(k) 498 Hygiene 1910.1018(m) 498 Medical Surveillance 1910.1018(n) 498 Observation 1910.1018(r) 500 Permissible Exposure Limit 1910.1018(c) 496 Protective Clothing and Equipment 1910.1018(j) 497 Recordkeeping 1910.1018(q) 499 Regulated Area 1910.1018(f) 496 Respiratory Protection 1910.1018(h) 497 Signs and Labels 1910.1018(p) 499 Substance Information Sheet 1910.1018 Appendix A 500 Training 1910.1018(o) 499

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Asbestos 1910.1001 468 Airborne Concentration 1910.1001(c) 468 Brake and Clutch Repair 1910.1001(f)(3) 470 Caution Signs and Labels 1910.1001(j)(1) 471; 1910.1001(j)(3) 471; 1910.1001(j)(4) 471 Change Rooms 1910.1001(i)(1) 471 Compliance 1910.1001(f) 469 Definitions 1910.1001(b) 468 Employee Training 1910.1001(j)(7) 472 Exposure, Permissible 1910.1001(c) 468 Fibers Exposure, Permissible 1910.1001(c) 468 Hazard Communication 1910.1001(j) 471 Housekeeping 1910.1001(k) 472 Hygiene Facilities and Practices 1910.1001(i) 471 Lunchrooms 1910.1001(i)(3) 471 Measurements 1910.1001(m)(1) 473 Medical Examinations 1910.1001(l) 473 Medical Surveillance 1910.1001(l) 473 Monitoring 1910.1001(d) 468 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.1001(h) 470 Recordkeeping 1910.1001(m) 473 Regulated Areas 1910.1001(e) 469 Respiratory Protection 1910.1001(g) 470 Showers 1910.1001(i)(2) 471 Special Clothing 1910.1001(h)(1) 470 Waste Disposal 1910.1001(k)(6) 472 Atmospheric Contaminants (see also Contaminants under Air) 1910.1000 461 Atmospheric Tanks 1910.106(b)(1)(iii) 103 Attendants Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(4)(ii) 99 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(14) 140 Audits 1910.119(o) 164 Automatic Sprinkler Systems (see also Sprinkler Systems, Automatic) 1910.159 246 Automobile Undercoatings 1910.107(k) 123

B

Baffle Plates 1910.107(b)(4) 119 Bakery Equipment 1910.263 360 Air Conditioning 1910.263(i)(14) 362 Bag Chutes and Lifts 1910.263(d)(2) 361 Biscuit Equipment 1910.263(k) 363 Blenders 1910.263(d)(3) 361 Conveyors 1910.263(d)(7) 361 1910.263(i)(7) 362 Cracker Equipment 1910.263(k) 363 Dividers 1910.263(f)(3) 362 Dough Brakes 1910.263(h) 362 Dumpbins 1910.263(d)(3) 361 Flour-Handling Equipment 1910.263(d) 361 Machine Guarding 1910.263(c) 360 Miscellaneous Equipment 1910.263(i) 362 Mixers 1910.263(e) 361 Moulders 1910.263(g) 362 Ovens 1910.263(l) 363 Scales, Flour 1910.263(d)(9) 361 Sifters 1910.263(d)(8) 361 Slicers 1910.263(j) 362 Storage Bins 1910.263(d)(6) 361 Sugar and Spice Pulverizers 1910.263(k)(2) 363 Wrappers 1910.263(j) 362 Ballast, Cranes 1910.180(i)(2) 280 Bandsaws and Resaws 1910.213(i) 302 Barking Devices Hydraulic 1910.261(e)(14) 353 Pulpwood and Pulp Chips 1910.261(c) 351; 1910.261(e)(8) 352 Sawmills 1910.265(d)(4) 370 Barrels 1910.212(a)(4) 301 Basket Derricks (see also Derricks) 1910.181(a)(3) 280 Bathing Facilities, Labor Camps 1910.142(f) 221 Battery Changing and Charging 1910.305(j)(7) 432; 1910.178(g) 267 Bearings 1910.219(j) 329 1910.219(p)(3) 330 Belts Definitions 1910.211(f)(1) 300; 1910.211(f)(2) 300; 1910.211(f)(3) 300 Manlifts 1910.68(c)(1)(ii) 77 Power Transmission Apparatus 1910.219(e)(1) 328; 1910.219(o)(3) 330; 1910.219(p)(6) 330 Bench and Floor Stands, Guarding 1910.215(b)(3) 304 Benzene 1910.1028 579 Communication of Benzene Hazards to Employees 1910.1028(j) 583 Definitions 1910.1028(b) 580 Exposure Monitoring and Measurement 1910.1028(e) 580 Medical Surveillance 1910.1028(i) 581 Methods of Compliance 1910.1028(f) 581 Observation of Monitoring 1910.1028(l) 584 Permissible Exposure Limits 1910.1028(c) 580 Protective Clothing and Equipment 1910.1028(h) 581 Recordkeeping 1910.1028(k) 583 Regulated Areas 1910.1028(d) 580 Respiratory Protection 1910.1028(g) 581 Sampling and Analysis 1910.1028 App D 587 Substance Safety Data Sheet 1910.1028 App A 584 Substance Technical Guidelines 1910.1028 App B 585 Benzidine (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490

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Bulk Oxygen Systems (continued) Definition 1910.104(b)(1) 100 Dikes 1910.104(b)(2)(v) 100 Distances from Hazards 1910.104(b)(3) 100 Combustible Liquids 1910.104(b)(3)(vii) 100 1910.104(b)(3)(viii) 100 Combustible Materials 1910.104(b)(3)(x) 100 Combustible Structures 1910.104(b)(3)(ii) 100 Congested Areas 1910.104(b)(3)(xiii) 100 Fire Resistant Structures 1910.104(b)(3)(iii) 100 Flammable Gases 1910.104(b)(3)(ix) 100 Flammable Liquids. 1910.104(b)(3)(v) 100. 1910.104(b)(3)(vi) 100 Openings. 1910.104(b)(3)(iv) 100 Slow-Burning Materials. 1910.104(b)(3)(xi) 100 Electrical Wiring. 1910.104(b)(8)(ix) 101 Firewalls. 1910.104(b)(3)(iii) 100 Fittings. 1910.104(b)(5) 101 Installation. 1910.104(b)(8)(iv) 101 Joints. 1910.104(b)(8)(ii) 101 Leakage. 1910.104(b)(2)(iii) 100 Liquid Oxygen Vaporizers. 1910.104(b)(7) 101 Grounding. 1910.104(b)(7)(iv) 101 Location. 1910.104(b)(2) 100 Maintenance. 1910.104(b)(10) 101 Marking. 1910.104(b)(8)(viii) 101 Operating Instructions. 1910.104(b)(9) 101 Piping. 1910.104(b)(5) 101 Placarding. 1910.104(b)(8)(viii) 101 Safety Relief Devices. 1910.104(b)(6) 101; 1910.104(b)(7)(ii) 101 All Containers. 1910.104(b)(6)(i) 101 ASME Containers. 1910.104(b)(6)(iii) 101 DOT Containers. 1910.104(b)(6)(ii) 101 Security. 1910.104(b)(8)(vi) 101 Storage Containers. 1910.104(b)(4) 100; 1910.104(b)(6) 101 Testing. 1910.104(b)(8)(v) 101 Tubing. 1910.104(b)(5) 101 Vaporizers. 1910.104(b)(7) 101 Ventilation. 1910.104(b)(3)(xii) 100 Venting. 1910.104(b)(8)(vii) 101 Bulk Plants, Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(f) 112 Buildings 1910.106(f)(2) 112 Drainage 1910.106(f)(7) 114 Electrical Equipment 1910.106(f)(5) 113 Fire Protection 1910.106(f)(8) 114 Ignition Sources 1910.106(f)(6) 114 Liquid Storage 1910.106(f)(1) 112 Loading 1910.106(f)(3) 112 Waste Disposal 1910.106(f)(7) 114 Wharves 1910.106(f)(4) 113 Bumpers Bridge 1910.179(e)(2) 273 Trolley 1910.179(e)(3) 273 1,3-Butadiene 1910.1051 665 Compliance Methods 1910.1051(f) 667 Definitions 1910.1051(b) 666 Emergency Plan 1910.1051(j) 668 Exposure Goal Plan 1910.1051(g) 667 Monitoring 1910.1051(d) 666 Permissible 1910.1051(c) 666 Hazard Communication 1910.1051(l) 669 Medical Surveillance 1910.1051(k) 668 Protective Clothing 1910.1051(i) 668 Protective Equipment 1910.1051(i) 668 Recordkeeping 1910.1051(m) 670 Regulated Areas 1910.1051(e) 667 Respiratory Protection 1910.1051(h) 667 Scope 1910.1051(a) 665

IX Subject Index

Beryllium 1910.252(c)(8) 340 beta-Naphthylamine (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 beta-Propiolactone (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Bins, Bulk Storage of Explosives 1910.109(g)(4) 129 Biological Hazard Signs and Tags 1910.1030(g) 601; 1910.145(e)(4) 222 1910.145(f)(8) 223 bis-Chloromethyl Ether (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Blades, Exposure 1910.212(a)(5) 301 Blankets, Rubber Insulating 1910.137 214 Blasting Agents 1910.109(g) 128; 1910.109(h) 131 Bulk Delivery 1910.109(g)(3) 129; 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Bulk Storage Bins 1910.109(g)(4) 129 Definitions 1910.109(a) 123 Mixing Fixed Location 1910.109(g)(2) 128; 1910.109(h)(3) 131 Vehicles 1910.109(g)(3) 129; 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Slurries 1910.109(h) 131 Storage 1910.109(g)(5) 130 Transportation 1910.109(g)(6) 131 Use 1910.109(g)(7) 131 Water Gels 1910.109(h) 131 Bleaching Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(h) 354 Textiles 1910.262(p) 359 Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030 596 Compliance Methods 1910.1030(d) 597 Definitions 1910.1030(b) 596 Engineering and Work-Practice Controls 1910.1030(d)(2) 597 Exposure Control 1910.1030(c) 597 Hazard Communication 1910.1030(g) 601 Housekeeping 1910.1030(d)(4) 599 Laboratories and Production Facilities, HIV and HBV Research 1910.1030(e) 600 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.1030(c)(2)(ii) 597; 1910.1030(d)(3) 598; 1910.1030(d)(2)(i) 598 Recordkeeping 1910.1030(f)(6) 601; 1910.1030(h) 602; Sharps Injury Log 728; 1910.1030(h)(5) 603 Sharps Injury Log 1910.1030(h)(5) 603 Addendum, 736 Training 1910.1030(e)(5) 601; 1910.1030(g)(2) 602 Vaccinations, HBV 1910.1030(f) 601 Warning Labels and Signs 1910.1030(g)(1) 601 Blotters 1910.215(c)(1)(v) 306; 1910.215(c)(6) 307; 1910.215(d)(5) 307 Board Drophammers 1910.218(e)(2) 327 Boatswains Chair Scaffolds 1910.28(j) 48 Employee Protection 1910.28(j)(4) 48 Fiber Ropes 1910.28(j)(2) 48 LifeBelts 1910.28(j)(4) 48 RoofIrons, Hooks 1910.28(j)(6) 48 SeatSlings 1910.28(j)(3) 48 Size 1910.28(j)(1) 48 Tackle 1910.28(j)(5) 48 Boom Guards Cranes 1910.180(f) 279 Derricks 1910.181(j)(1) 284 Booms, Derricks 1910.181(i)(6) 284 Boring Machines 1910.213(l) 303 Brakes Bandsaws 1910.213(i) 302 Bridges 1910.179(f)(4) 273; 1910.179(f)(6) 274 Control 1910.179(f)(3) 273 Cranes 1910.179(f) 273 Friction, Power Presses 1910.217(b)(2) 312 Hoists 1910.179(f)(1) 273 Holding 1910.179(f)(2) 273 Manlifts 1910.68(c)(1)(i) 77 Power Control 1910.179(f)(3) 273 Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178(g)(8) 267; 1910.178(m)(5)(i) 268 1910.178(m)(5)(ii) 268; 1910.178(m)(5)(iii) 269; 1910.178(m)(7) 269 Trolleys 1910.179(f)(4) 273; 1910.179(f)(5) 274 Brazing (see also Welding) 1910.252 337 Definitions 1910.251 337 Breast Derricks (see also Derricks) 1910.181(a)(4) 281 Bricklayers Square Scaffolds 1910.28(l) 49 Height 1910.28(l)(6) 49 Level 1910.28(l)(7) 49 Platform Planks 1910.28(l)(5) 49 Reinforcement 1910.28(l)(3) 49 Size 1910.28(l)(1) 49 Square Bracing 1910.28(l)(4) 49 Bridge Bumpers, Cranes 1910.179(e)(2) 273 Bridge Plates 1910.30(a) 52; 1910.178(n)(11) 269 Buffing (see also Polishing and Buffing under Grinding) 1910.94(b) 80 Building Maintenance Powered Platforms 1910.66 57 Buildings, Sawmills 1910.265(c) 366 Bulk Delivery Blasting Agents 1910.109(g)(3) 129; 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Explosives 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104 100 Accessibility 1910.104(b)(2)(ii) 100 Cleaning 1910.104(b)(8)(i) 101 Containers 1910.104(b)(4) 100 1910.104(b)(6) 101 Gaseous 1910.104(b)(4)(iii) 100 Liquid 1910.104(b)(4)(ii) 100

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Cabinets, Flammable and Combustible Liquid Storage 1910.106(d)(3) 109 Fire Resistance 1910.106(d)(3)(ii) 109 Size 1910.106(d)(3)(i) 109 Cabs Cranes 1910.179(c) 272; 1910.179(o)(2) 277; 1910.180(i)(3) 280 Derricks 1910.181(j)(6) 284 Cadmium 1910.1027 529; 1910.252(c)(9) 340 Airborne Concentration 1910.1027(c) 529 Compliance 1910.1027(f) 530 Confined Spaces 1910.252(c)(9) 340 Definitions 1910.1027(b) 529 Emergency Situations 1910.1027(h) 531 Exposure, Permissible 1910.1027(c) 529 Hazard Communication 1910.1027(m) 536 Housekeeping 1910.1027(k) 531 Hygiene Areas and Practices 1910.1027(j) 531 Indoors 1910.252(c)(9)(i) 340 Medical Surveillance 1910.1027(l) 532 Monitoring 1910.1027(d) 529 Personal Protective Equipment and Clothing 1910.1027(i) 531 Recordkeeping 1910.1027(n) 536 Regulated Areas 1910.1027(e) 530 Respiratory Protection 1910.1027(g) 530 Warning Labels 1910.252(c)(1)(iv) 339

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Calcium Carbide Calcium Carbide 1910.253(g) 347 Packaging 1910.253(g)(1) 347 Storage Indoors 1910.253(g)(2) 347 Storage Outdoors 1910.253(g)(3) 348 Calenders Rubber and Plastics Industry Definitions 1910.211(c) 298 Location Protection 1910.216(d)(2) 312 Safety Controls 1910.216(c) 312 Stopping Limits 1910.216(f)(1) 312 1910.216(f)(3) 312 Switches, Trip and Emergency 1910.216(e) 312 Textiles 1910.262(ee) 360 Cantilever Gantry Cranes (see also Overhead and Gantry Cranes) 1910.179 271 Carbon Monoxide 1910.1000 461; 1910.178(i) 267 Carcinogens 1910.1003 490 Area Requirements 1910.1003(c) 491 Closed System Operations 1910.1003(c)(2) 491 Decontamination Activities 1910.1003(c)(5) 491 Isolated Systems 1910.1003(c)(1) 491 Maintenance Activities 1910.1003(c)(5) 491 Open-Vessel System Operations 1910.1003(c)(3) 491 Transferring Operations 1910.1003(c)(4) 491 Definitions 1910.1003(b) 491 Medical Surveillance 1910.1003(g) 493 Examinations 1910.1003(g)(1) 493 Records 1910.1003(g)(2) 493 Regulated Area Requirements 1910.1003(d) 492 Contamination Control 1910.1003(d)(4) 492 Emergency Situations 1910.1003(d)(2) 492 Hygiene Practices 1910.1003(d)(3) 492 Scope and Application 1910.1003(a) 490 Signs, Information and Training 1910.1003(e) 492 Container Contents and Identification 1910.1003(e)(2) 492 Lettering 1910.1003(e)(3) 492 Prohibited Statements 1910.1003(e)(4) 492 Signs 1910.1003(e)(1) 492 Training and Indoctrination 1910.1003(e)(5) 492 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution 1910.269(b)(1) 388; 1910.269(t)(3) 400 Ethylene Oxide 1910.1047 Appendix A 635 Grain Handling Facilities 1910.272 Appendix A 416 Logging Operations 1910.266(i)(7) 377 Permit-Required Confined Spaces 1910.146(k)(2)(iii) 228 Carpenters Bracket Scaffolds 1910.28(k) 48 Bracket Attachment 1910.28(k)(2) 48 Bracket Dimensions 1910.28(k)(1) 48 Employee Protection 1910.28(k)(3) 48 Guardrails 1910.28(k)(5) 48 Platform Size 1910.28(k)(4) 48 Caustics Emergency Showers 1910.261(g)(18)(i) 354 Pipeline Identification 1910.261(h)(3)(vi) 355 Soda and Caustic Potash Containers 1910.262(oo) 360 Caution Signs and Labels 1910.145(c)(2) 222; 1910.145(d)(4) 222 Asbestos 1910.1001(j)(3) 471; 1910.1001(j)(4) 471 Fluorides 1910.252(c)(1)(iv) 339 Ionizing Radiation 1910.1096(e) 690; 1910.1096(g) 692; 1910.1096(h) 692 Welding 1910.252(c)(1)(iv) 339 Ceiling Workers Scaffolds 1910.28(o) 49 Chain Guarding 1910.219(f) 329 Change Rooms 1910.141(e) 220 Charge Initiation 1910.109(e)(4) 128 Chemicals Hazard Communication 1910.1200 693 Definitions 1910.1200(c) 694 Employee Information and Training 1910.1200(h) 698 Hazard Determination 1910.1200(d) 696 Labels and Other Forms of Warning 1910.1200(f) 697 Material Safety Data Sheets 1910.1200(g) 697 Trade Secrets 1910.1200(i) 699 Written Program 1910.1200(e) 696 Hazardous Chemicals, Occupational Exposure in Laboratories 1910.1450 705 Chemical Hygiene Plan 1910.1450(e) 707 Definitions 1910.1450(b) 705 Employee Information and Training 1910.1450(f) 707 Exposure Determination Monitoring 1910.1450(d) 706 Hazard Identification 1910.1450(h) 708 Hygiene Recommendations 1910.1450 App A 708 Medical Consultations and Recommendations 1910.1450(g) 707 Permissible Exposure Limits 1910.1450(c) 706 Recordkeeping 1910.1450(j) 708 Respirator Use 1910.1450(i) 708 Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Process Safety Management 1910.119 161 Change Management 1910.119(l) 164 Chemicals - Toxic and Reactive, Threshold List 1910.119 Appendix A 164 Compliance Guidelines 1910.119 App C 166 Contractors 1910.119(h) 163 Definitions 1910.119(b) 161 Emergency Planning and Response 1910.119(n) 164 Employee Participation 1910.119(c) 161 Hazard Analysis 1910.119(e) 162 Hot Work Permit 1910.119(k) 164

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Chemicals (continued) Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Process Safety Management (continued) Incident Investigation 1910.119(m) 164 Mechanical Integrity. 1910.119(j) 163 Operating Procedures. 1910.119(f) 162 Safety Information. 1910.119(d) 161 Safety Review, Pre-Startup. 1910.119(i) 163 Trade Secrets. 1910.119(p) 164 Training. 1910.119(g) 163 Hygiene Plan. 1910.1450(e) 707 Laborarories (see also Hazardous Chemicals, Occupational Exposure in Laboratories, this heading). 1910.1450 705 Plants (see also Refineries, Chemical Plants, and Distilleries). 1910.106(i) 118 Chicago Boom Derricks (see also Derricks) 1910.181(a)(5) 281 Chicken Ladders (see also Crawling Boards) 1910.28(t) 50 Chute Openings 1910.23(a)(3) 36 Circular Resaws 1910.213(e) 302 Circular Saws 1910.213(f) 302 Arbors 1910.213(s)(4) 304 Portable 1910.243(a)(1) 332 Clean Air, Spray Finishing 1910.94(c)(7) 86 Cleaning Air Receivers 1910.169 261 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(8)(i) 101 Compounds 1910.252(c)(11) 340 Degreasing 1910.252(c)(11)(ii) 340 Manufacturers Instructions 1910.252(c)(11)(i) 340 Compressed Air 1910.242(b) 332 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(4)(i) 123 Powered Platforms 1910.66(h)(2) 64 Respirators 1910.134(c)(1)(v) 201 Solvents 1910.107(g)(5) 121 Spray Booths 1910.107(b)(9) 120 Spray Operations 1910.107(g)(2) 121 Clear Zones Bulk Oxygen 1910.104(b)(3) 100 1910.104(b)(10) 101 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(9)(iv) 112 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(2)(iii) 99 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(8)(iv) 118 Clearances Cranes 1910.179(b)(6) 272; 1910.179(b)(7) 272 Derricks 1910.181(j)(5) 284 Fixed Ladders 1910.27(c) 41 Back 1910.27(c)(4) 41 Climbing Side 1910.27(c)(1) 41 Grab Bars 1910.27(c)(5) 41 Hatch Covers 1910.27(c)(7) 41 Step-Across Distance 1910.27(c)(6) 41 With Cages or Baskets 1910.27(c)(3) 41 Without Cages or Wells 1910.27(c)(2) 41 Manlifts 1910.68(b)(11) 76 Spraying Discharges 1910.107(d)(8) 120 Stairs 1910.24(i) 38 Clothing, Protective (see also Personal Protective Equipment) 1910.132 199 Asbestos 1910.1001(h) 470 Body 1910.156(e)(3) 243 Electrical 1910.137 214 Eye 1910.133 199; 1910.156(e)(5) 243 Face 1910.133 199; 1910.156(e)(5) 243 Fire Brigade 1910.156(e) 243 Footwear 1910.156(e)(2) 243 1910.136 214 Goggles 1910.133 199 Hand 1910.156(e)(4) 243 Head 1910.135 214; 1910.156(e)(5) 243 Helmets 1910.135(b) 214 Leg 1910.156(e)(2) 243; 1910.156(e)(3) 243 Logging 1910.266(d)(1) 373 Rubber 1910.137 214 Welders 1910.252(b)(3) 339 Clutches Definition 1910.180(a)(19) 277 Full Revolution 1910.217(b)(3) 312 Part Revolution 1910.217(b)(7) 312 Power Transmission Apparatus 1910.219(k) 329 Coal Tar Pitch Volatiles, Interpretation of Term 1910.1002 490 Coating, Spray Dual Component 1910.107(m) 123 Organic Peroxide 1910.107(m) 123 Powder 1910.107(l) 123 Undercoatings 1910.107(k) 123 Coke Oven Emissions 1910.1029 590 Compliance Methods 1910.1029(f) 590 Definitions 1910.1029(b) 590 Employee Information and Training 1910.1029(k) 594 Exposure Monitoring and Measurement 1910.1029(e) 590 Hygiene Facilities and Practices 1910.1029(i) 593 Medical Surveillance 1910.1029(j) 593 Observation of Monitoring 1910.1029(n) 595 Permissible Exposure Limit 1910.1029(c) 590 Precautionary Signs and Labels 1910.1029(l) 594 Protective Clothing and Equipment 1910.1029(h) 593 Recordkeeping 1910.1029(m) 594 Regulated Areas 1910.1029(d) 590 Respiratory Protection 1910.1029(g) 593 Collars 1910.219(i) 329

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Containers (continued) Liquefied Petroleum Gases (continued) Filling Densities 1910.110(b)(12) 139 Fire Protection 1910.110(d)(14) 148 Fittings 1910.110(b)(8) 135; 1910.110(e)(6) 149; 1910.110(h)(7) 152; 1910.110(h)(9) 152 Hoses 1910.110(b)(9) 136 Industrial Plants 1910.110(d)(12) 147 Installation 1910.110(e)(4) 148; 1910.110(h)(6) 151 Lighting 1910.110(d)(16) 148 Location 1910.110(b)(6) 135; 1910.110(f)(5) 150 Markings 1910.110(b)(5) 134; 1910.110(c)(2) 143 Non-DOT Containers 1910.110(d) 145 Accessories 1910.110(d)(3) 145 Capacity 1910.110(d)(6) 146 Installation 1910.110(d)(7) 147 Pipes 1910.110(d)(3) 145 Pressure, Design 1910.110(d)(2) 145 Reinstallation 1910.110(d)(5) 146 Safety Relief Devices 1910.110(d)(4) 146 Valves 1910.110(d)(3) 145 Original Testing 1910.110(b)(4) 134 Piping 1910.110(b)(8) 135; 1910.110(d)(3) 145; 1910.110(e)(6) 149; 1910.110(h)(9) 152 Pressure Design 1910.110(d)(2) 145; 1910.110(e)(3) 148 Safety Relief Devices 1910.110(b)(10) 137; 1910.110(c)(7) 145 1910.110(d)(4) 146; 1910.110(e)(7) 149; 1910.110(h)(4) 151; Tubing 1910.110(b)(8) 135; 1910.110(e)(6) 149; Valves 1910.110(b)(7) 135; 1910.110(c)(6) 145; 1910.110(e)(5) 149; 1910.110(h)(9) 152 Vaporizers 1910.110(b)(11) 138; 1910.110(d)(17) 148 1910.110(e)(8) 149 Welding 1910.110(b)(4) 134 Spraying 1910.107(e)(3) 121; 1910.107(e)(5) 121 Welding, Gas 1910.253(a) 341; 1910.253(b) 341 Contractors Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) 1910.147(f)(2) 237 Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution 1910.269(d)(8)(iv) 390 Grain Handling Facilities 1910.272(i) 414; 1910.272 Appendix A 416; Hazard Communication 1910.1200(e)(2) 696; 1910.1200(i)(3)(v) 699; Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response 1910.120(b)(1)(iv) 173 Permit-Required Confined Spaces 1910.146(c)(8) 225; 1910.146(c)(9) 225 Process Safety Management 1910.119(f)(4) 163; 1910.119(h) 163; 1910.119(m)(3) 164 Welding, Cutting, and Brazing 1910.252(a) 337 Controllers 1910.179(g)(3) 274 Conveyors Bakeries 1910.263(d)(7) 361; 1910.263(i)(7) 362 Dip Tanks 1910.125(d) 197 Electrostatic Spraying 1910.107(h)(7) 122 Forging Machines 1910.218(j)(3) 327 General 1910.219 327 Sawmills 1910.265(c)(18) 366 Spray Booths 1910.107(b)(7) 120 Corrosion Protection Piping, Valves, and Fittings 1910.106(c)(5) 108 Underground Tanks 1910.106(b)(3)(iii) 105 Cotton Dust 1910.1043 603 Counterbalances 1910.217(b)(9) 313 Counterweights, Cranes 1910.180(i)(2) 280 Coupler Scaffolds, Mobile (see also Mobile under Tube and Coupler Scaffolds) 1910.29(d) 51 Covers, Openings 1910.23(a) 36; 1910.22(c) 36 Cranes Crawler (see also Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes) 1910.180 277 Definitions 1910.179(a) 271; 1910.180(a) 277 Gantry 1910.179 271 Locomotive (see also Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes) 1910.180 277 Overhead (see also Overhead and Gantry Cranes) 1910.179 271 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(c)(8) 351 Truck (see also Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes) 1910.180 277 Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes 1910.180 277 Cabs 1910.180(i)(3) 280 Definitions 1910.180(a) 277 Electric Power Lines 1910.180(j) 280 Fire Extinguishers 1910.180(i)(5) 280 Inspections 1910.180(d) 278 Frequent 1910.180(d)(3) 278 Idle (Irregular) 1910.180(d)(5) 279 Initial 1910.180(d)(1) 278 Periodic 1910.180(d)(4) 278 Records 1910.180(d)(6) 279 Regular 1910.180(d)(2) 278 Ropes 1910.180(g) 279 Load Handling 1910.180(h) 279 Load Ratings 1910.180(c) 278 Maintenance 1910.180(f) 279 Refueling 1910.180(i)(4) 280 Rope Inspection 1910.180(g) 279 Swinging Locomotive Cranes 1910.180(i)(6) 280 Testing 1910.180(e) 279 Crawling Boards 1910.28(t) 50 Construction 1910.28(t)(1) 50 Lifelines 1910.28(t)(2) 50 Securing to Roof 1910.28(t)(3) 50

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221 Physical Hazards, Colors 1910.144(a) 221; 1910.145(d)(2) 222 Red 1910.144(a)(1) 221 Yellow 1910.144(a)(3) 222 Respirators 1910.134(j) 205 Stop 1910.144(a)(1)(iii) 222 Combustible Dusts, Trucks Used 1910.178(c)(2)(vi) 267 Liquids (see also Flammable and Combustible Liquids) 1910.106 101 Materials, Welding 1910.252(a)(2) 337 Commercial Stepladders, Type II 1910.25(c)(2) 38 Communicable Diseases, Reporting in Labor Camps 1910.142(l) 221 Communications, Powered Platforms 1910.66(e)(11)(vi) 59 Compressed Air, Cleaning 1910.242(b) 332 Compressed Gas 1910.101 95 Cylinders 1910.253(b) 341 Approval 1910.253(b)(1) 341 Inspection 1910.101(a) 95 Manifolding 1910.253(c)(1)(i) 342 Markings 1910.253(b)(1) 341 Operating Procedures 1910.253(b)(5) 341 Oxygen Manifolds 1910.253(c)(2) 342 1910.253(c)(3) 343 Public Protection 1910.101(c) 95 Safety Relief Valves 1910.101(c) 95 Storage 1910.253(b)(2) 341 Equipment 1910.253 341 Handling 1910.101(b) 95 Safety Relief Devices 1910.101(c) 95 Storage 1910.101(b) 95 Conductors Cranes 1910.179(g)(1)(iv) 274; 1910.179(g)(6) 274 Confined Spaces Hazardous Work 1910.120(c)(3) 174 Permit-Required 1910.146 223 Atmospheric Testing 1910.146 App B 229 Attendant Duties 1910.146(i) 227 Authorized Entrant Duties 1910.146(h) 227 Definitions 1910.146(b) 223 Entry Permit 1910.146(f) 227 Supervisor Duties 1910.146(j) 228 Flow Chart, Decisions 1910.146 App A 229 Permit Samples 1910.146 Appendix D 232 System 1910.146(e) 226 Permit Samples 1910.146 Appendix D 232 Permit System 1910.146(e) 226 Programs 1910.146(d) 226 Rescue and Emergency Services 1910.146(k) 228 Sewer System Entry 1910.146 Appendix E 232 Training 1910.146(g) 227 Welding 1910.252(b)(4) 339; 1910.252(c)(4) 340 Beryllium 1910.252(c)(8) 340 Cadmium 1910.252(c)(9) 340 Electrode Removal 1910.252(a)(4) 338; 1910.252(b)(4)(v) 339 Fluorine Compounds 1910.252(c)(5) 340 Gas Cylinder Shutoff 1910.252(b)(4)(iii) 339 Lead 1910.252(c)(7) 340 Lifelines 1910.252(b)(4)(iv) 339 Mercury 1910.252(c)(10) 340 Respirator 1910.252(c)(4) 340 Ventilation 1910.252(b)(4)(ii) 339; 1910.252(c)(2) 339; 1910.252(c)(4) 340 Warning Signs 1910.252(c)(1)(iv) 339 Zinc 1910.252(c)(6) 340 Containers Ammonium Nitrate 1910.109(i)(3) 132 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(4) 100; 1910.104(b)(6) 101 Gaseous 1910.104(b)(4)(iii) 100 Liquid 1910.104(b)(4)(ii) 100 Design Bulk Plants, Storage 1910.106(f)(1) 112 Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(d)(2) 108 Industrial Plants, Storage 1910.106(e)(2)(ii) 111 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(4) 117 Service Stations, Storage 1910.106(g)(1) 114 Flammable and Combustible Liquids (see also Storage, Flammable and Combustible Liquids under Tanks) 1910.106(b) 103; 1910.106(d) 108 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(b)(1)(i) 95 Guarding 1910.212(a)(4) 301 Indoor 1910.106(d)(5)(ii) 109 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(1)(i) 97 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110 134 Accessories 1910.110(b)(7) 135; 1910.110(c)(6) 145; 1910.110(d)(3) 145; 1910.110(d)(8) 147; 1910.110(e)(5) 149 Awaiting Use or Resale 1910.110(f) 150 Capacity 1910.110(d)(6) 146; 1910.110(h)(5) 151 Charging Plants 1910.110(d)(13) 148 Construction 1910.110(b)(3) 134 Cylinder Systems 1910.110(c) 143 Accessories 1910.110(c)(6) 145 Indoor 1910.110(c)(5) 143 Markings 1910.110(c)(2) 143 Outdoor 1910.110(c)(4) 143 Valves 1910.110(c)(6) 145 Danger 1910.144(a)(1)(ii)

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Crosscut Table Saws Crosscut Table Saws 1910.213(d) 302 Cup Wheels Flaring-Cup, Type 11 1910.241(b)(8) 331 Guarding 1910.243(c)(2) 332 Straight Cup, Type 6 1910.241(b)(9) 331 Straight, Type 1 1910.241(b)(10) 331 Curing Apparatus (see also Drying, Curing, and Fusion Apparatus) 1910.107(j) 122 Cutoff Couplings 1910.219(k)(1) 329 Saws, Swing 1910.213(g) 302 Cutting (see also Welding) 1910.252 337 Containers 1910.252(a)(3) 338 Definitions 1910.251 337 Ventilation 1910.252(c) 339 Cutting-Off Machines 1910.215(b)(5) 305 Cylinders, Welding Gas Manifolding 1910.253(c) 342 Operating Procedures 1910.253(b)(5) 341 Storage 1910.253(b)(2)-(4) 341 Cylindrical Grinders 1910.215(b)(4) 305

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221 Signs 1910.145(c)(1) 222; 1910.145(d)(2) 222 Tag 1910.145(f)(5) 223 DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) 1910.1044 615 619 Definitions 1910.1044(b) 615 Emergency Situations 1910.1044(i) 616 Employee Information and Training 1910.1044(n) 617 Exposure Monitoring 1910.1044(f) 615 Housekeeping 1910.1044(k) 616 Hygiene Facilities and Practices 1910.1044(l) 616 Medical Surveillance 1910.1044(m) 617 Methods of Compliance 1910.1044(g) 615 Notification of Use 1910.1044(d) 615 Observation of Monitoring 1910.1044(q) 618 Permissible Exposure Limit 1910.1044(c) 615 Protective Clothing and Equipment 1910.1044(j) 616 Recordkeeping 1910.1044(p) 618 Regulated Areas 1910.1044(e) 615 Respirators 1910.1044(h) 616 Signs and Labels 1910.1044(o) 617 Deadman Controls 1910.243(e)(4)(vi) 335 1910.243(e)(3)(vii) 335 Decorators Scaffolds 1910.28(o) 49 Degreasing Cleaning Compounds 1910.252(c)(11)(ii) 340 Open Surface Tanks 1910.126(d)(1) 198; 1910.126(f) 198 Derricks 1910.181 280 Adjustments 1910.181(f)(3) 283 Cabs 1910.181(j)(6) 284 Definitions 1910.181(a) 280 Electric Power Lines 1910.181(j)(5) 284 Fire Extinguishers 1910.181(j)(3) 284 Guards 1910.181(j)(1) 284 Hooks 1910.181(j)(2) 284 Inspections 1910.181(d) 282 Classification 1910.181(d)(1) 282 Frequent 1910.181(d)(2) 282 Idle 1910.181(d)(4) 283 Periodic 1910.181(d)(3) 282 Ropes 1910.181(g) 283 Load Handling 1910.181(i) 283 Load Ratings 1910.181(c) 282 Maintenance 1910.181(f) 283 Operations 1910.181(h) 283 Refueling 1910.181(j)(4) 284 Repairs 1910.181(f)(3) 283 Rope Inspections 1910.181(g) 283 Testing 1910.181(e)(1) 283 3,3-Dichlorobenzidine (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Dies 1910.217(d) 315 Changing 1910.28(h)(5) 48 Fastening 1910.217(d)(7) 315 Guide Post Hazards 1910.217(d)(4) 315 Handling 1910.217(d)(3) 315 1910.217(d)(8) 315 Requirements 1910.217(d)(1) 315 Scrap Handling 1910.217(d)(3) 315 Setting 1910.217(d)(9) 315 Stroke 1910.217(d)(6) 315 Tonnage 1910.217(d)(6) 315 Unitized Tooling 1910.217(d)(5) 315 Weight 1910.217(d)(6) 315 Diesel Powered Trucks 1910.178(b)(1) 265; 1910.178(b)(2) 265 1910.178(b)(3) 265 Dikes Bulk Oxygen Storage 1910.104(b)(2)(v) 100 Storage Tanks 1910.106(b)(2)(vii) 105; 1910.106(c) 108 4-Dimethylaminoazo-benzene (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Dining Facilities Labor Camps 1910.142(i) 221 Lunchrooms 1910.141(g) 220 Color Codes 1910.144(a)(1)(ii)

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Dip Tanks Construction 1910.124(a) 196; 1910.125(a) 197 Definitions 1910.123(d) 196 Electrical Ignition Sources 1910.125(e)(1) 197 Fire Extinguishers 1910.125(f)(2) 197 Liquid Storage 1910.125(e)(2) 197 Maintenance 1910.125(e)(4) 197 Ventilation 1910.124(b) 196; 1910.125(d)(2) 197 Disposal Systems (see also Waste Disposal) 1910.141(a)(4) 219 Distances from Hazards Ammonium Nitrate 1910.109(i)(5) 133 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(3) 100 Dip Tanks 1910.125(e)(1) 197 Electrostatic Spraying 1910.107(h)(6) 122 Explosives Storage 1910.109(c) 124 Ignition Sources, Separation 1910.107(c)(2) 120 Spray Booths, Separations 1910.107(b)(8) 120 Distilleries (see also Refineries, Chemical Plants, and Distilleries) 1910.106(i) 118 Distribution Plates 1910.107(b)(4) 119 Ditches, Guarding 1910.176(g) 263 Dividers, Bakery Equipment 1910.263(f) 361 Diving Recreational 1910 Appendix C 457 Scientific 1910 Appendix B 457; 1910.402 451; 1910.401(a)(2)(iv) 451; Subpart T, Appendix B 457 Dockboards 1910.30(a) 52; 1910.178(n)(11) 269 DOT Markings, Retention of Markings, Placards, and Labels 1910.1201 705 Dough Brakes, Manually Fed 1910.263(h) 362 Drag Saws 1910.213(r)(2) 304 Drainage Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(7) 114 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(2)(iii) 111 Labor Camps 1910.142(a)(1) 220 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(3)(ii) 117 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(7) 117 Sprinkler Systems 1910.159(c)(7) 246 Storage Tanks 1910.106(b)(2)(vii) 105 Drains Air Receivers 1910.169(b)(2) 261 Dip Tanks 1910.125(c) 197 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(d)(11) 147 Dressing Rooms, Personnel 1910.141(e) 220 Drips, Condensed Gas 1910.110(d)(9) 147 Drives -- Belt, Rope, and Chain Belt Tighteners 1910.219(e)(6) 329 Cone-Pulley Belts 1910.219(e)(5) 329 Guarding 1910.219(g) 329 Horizontal Belts and Ropes 1910.219(e)(1) 328 Inclined Belts 1910.219(e)(3) 329 Overhead Horizontal Belts 1910.219(e)(2) 328 Guarding 1910.219(o)(3) 330 Vertical Belts 1910.219(e)(3) 329 1910.219(e)(4) 329 Drums 1910.212(a)(4) 301 Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems Dip Tanks 1910.125(f)(2) 197 Fixed 1910.161 247 Scope and Application 1910.161(a) 247 Specific Requirements 1910.161(b) 247 Drying, Curing, and Fusion Apparatus 1910.107(j) 122 Adjacent System 1910.107(j)(3) 122 Alternate Use Permitted 1910.107(j)(4) 122 Prohibited 1910.107(j)(2) 122 Conformance 1910.107(j)(1) 122 Heating Systems 1910.107(j)(3) 122 Powder Coatings 1910.107(j)(1) 122 Spraying Rooms 1910.107(j)(2) 122 Drying, Sprayed Articles 1910.107(d)(12) 121 Dual Component Coatings 1910.107(m) 123 Dust Hazards Abrasive Blasting 1910.94(a)(2) 79 Asbestos 1910.1001 468; 1910.19(a) 32 Employee Exposure 1910.1000(a) 461 Grain Handling Facilities 1910.272 413

E

Electric Controls, Mechanical Power Presses. 1910.217(b)(8) 313 Definitions. 1910.399 445 Energy, Hazardous, Control of (see also Lockout/Tagout of Hazardous Energy). 1910.147 234 Ignition Sources (see also Ignition Sources). 1910.107(c) 120. 1910.107(d)(5) 120 Installations 1910.301-.399 419 Motor Ignition Sources. 1910.107(d)(5) 120 Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution. 1910.269 387 Communication Facilities. 1910.269(s) 399 Confined Spaces. 1910.269(e) 391 Deenergized Lines and Equipment. 1910.269(m) 394 Definitions. 1910.269(x) 403 Enclosed Spaces. 1910.269(e) 391 Energized Parts. 1910.269(l) 393 Fall Protection 1910.269(g)(2) 391

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Electric (continued) Wiring (continued) Signs 1910.306(a) 432 Space about electric equipment. 1910.333 441; 1910.303(g) 421 1910.303(h)(3) 422; 1910.303(h)(4) 422 Spraying Operations 1910.107(c)(4) 120 1910.107(c)(6) 120 1910.107(i) 122 Storage Batteries 1910.305(j)(7) 432 Swimming pools 1910.306(j) 435 Switchboards 1910.305(d) 430 Switches 1910.305(c) 430 Transformers 1910.305(j)(5) 432 Welders 1910.306(d) 433 Wiring design and protection 1910.304 423 Wiring methods 1910.305(a) 428 Working Space about Electric Equipment 1910.333 441; 1910.303(g) 421; 1910.303(h)(3) 422; 1910.303(h)(4) 422 X-Ray equipment 1910.306(f) 434 Electromagnetic Radiation 1910.97(a) 94 Definitions 1910.97(a)(1) 94 Nonionizing Radiation 1910.97 94 Protection Guide 1910.97(a)(2) 94 Warning Symbol 1910.97(a)(3) 94 Electrostatic Apparatus - Fixed Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(5) 123 Spraying 1910.107(h) 121 Approved Types 1910.107(h)(2) 121 Conformance 1910.107(h)(1) 121 Conveyors 1910.107(h)(7) 122 Fail-Safe Controls 1910.107(h)(9) 122 Fire Protection 1910.107(h)(12) 122 Grounding 1910.107(h)(5) 122 Guarding 1910.107(h)(10) 122 Hand Spraying 1910.107(h)(8) 122 1910.107(i) 122 Insulators 1910.107(h)(5) 122 Location 1910.107(h)(3) 122 Safe Distance 1910.107(h)(6) 122 Support 1910.107(h)(4) 122 Ventilation 1910.107(h)(11) 122 Hand Spraying Equipment 1910.107(i) 122 Application 1910.107(i)(1) 122 Approval 1910.107(i)(3) 122 Conformance 1910.107(i)(2) 122 Electrical Support Equipment 1910.107(i)(4) 122 Grounding 1910.107(i)(5) 122; 1910.107(i)(6) 122; 1910.107(i)(7) 122 Interlocks 1910.107(i)(8) 122 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(5) 123; 1910.107(l)(6) 123; 1910.107(l)(7) 123 Specifications 1910.107(i)(3) 122; 1910.107(i)(4) 122 Spray Gun Ground 1910.107(i)(5) 122 Ventilation 1910.107(i)(9) 122 Elevating Work Platforms 1910.67 74 Emergency Action Plans 1910.38 55 Application 1910.38(a) 55 Elements of 1910.38(c) 55 Employee Alarm System 1910.165 248; 1910.37(e) 54; 1910.38(d) 55 Fire Detection Systems 1910.164 248 Fire Extinguishers 1910.157 244 1910.160 246 Grain Handling Facilities 1910.272(d) 413 Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, Exemption 1910.120(l)(1)(ii) 179 Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Process Safety Management 1910.119(n) 164 Oral 1910.38(b) 55 Review 1910.38(f) 55 Training 1910.38(e) 55 Written 1910.66(e)(9) 59 1910.38(b) 55 Emergency Lighting 1910.261(b)(2) 351 Emergency Response 1910.120 172 1910.119 161 Hazardous Waste 1910.120 172 Employee Alarm Systems 1910.165 248; 1910.37(e) 54; 1910.38(d) 55 General Requirements 1910.165(b) 248 Installation and Restoration 1910.165(c) 248 Maintenance and Testing 1910.165(d) 249 Employee Rescue 1903.14(f) 4 Employee-Owned Protective Equipment 1910.132(b) 199 Engine Room Guardrails 1910.219(k)(2) 329 Environmental Controls Accident Prevention Signs and Tags 1910.145 222 Air Contaminants 1910.1000 461 Asbestos 1910.1001 468 Labor Camps 1910.142 220 Marking Physical Hazards 1910.144 221 Noise Exposure 1910.95 86 Physical Hazards Markings 1910.144 221 Radiation Ionizing 1910.1096 689 Nonionizing 1910.97 94 Safety Color Codes 1910.144 221 Sanitation 1910.141 219 Signs and Tags 1910.145 222 Ventilation 1910.94 79 Equalizers 1910.179(h)(3) 275 Ethylene Oxide 1910.1047 631 Ethyleneimine (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490

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Electric (continued) Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution (continued) Grounding 1910.269(n) 395 High Voltage Testing 1910.269(o) 395 Ladders and Platforms 1910.269(h) 392 Live-Line Tools 1910.269(j) 392 Lockout/Tagout (Hazardous Energy Control) 1910.269(d) 388 Materials Handling and Storage 1910.269(k) 393 Mechanical Equipment 1910.269(p) 396 Medical Services and First Aid 1910.269(b) 388 Overhead Lines 1910.269(q) 397 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.269(g) 391 Power Generating Plants 1910.269(v) 401 Power Tools, Hand and Portable 1910.269(i) 392 Public Work Areas 1910.269(w)(6) 402 Radiation 1910.269(s) 399 Safety Training 1910.269(a) 387; 1910.269(b) 388; 1910.269(c) 388 Substations 1910.269(u) 400 Testing and Test Facilities 1910.269(o) 395 Training 1910.269(a)(2) 387; 1910.269(b)(1) 388; 1910.269(d)(2) 388; 1910.269(e)(2) 391; 1910.269(q)(3)(i) 398; 1910.269(r)(1)(vi) 399 Tree Trimming, Line-Clearance 1910.269(r) 398 Underground Installations 1910.269(t) 400 Water, Work Near 1910.269(w)(5) 402 Power Lines 1910.333(c)(3) 442 Protective Equipment 1910.268(f) 380; 1910.137 214 Care and Use, In-Service 1910.137(b) 215 Design 1910.137(a) 214 Safety-Related Work Practices 1910.331 441 Confined Spaces 1910.333(c)(5) 443 Illumination 1910.333(c)(4) 443 Ladders 1910.333(c)(7) 443 Ladders, Portable 1910.333(c)(7) 443 Lockout and Tagging 1910.333(b)(2) 442 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.333(c)(2) 442; 1910.335(a) 444 Portable Electric Equipment 1910.334(a) 443 Power Lines, Overhead 1910.333(c)(3) 442 Training 1910.332 441 Wiring Ammonium Nitrate 1910.109(i)(6) 133 Appliances 1910.305(j)(3) 431 Approval 1910.303(a) 420 Arcing Parts 1910.303(d) 421 Branch circuits 1910.304(b) 423 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(8)(ix) 101 Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(5) 113 Cabinets 1910.305(b) 429 Capacitors 1910.305(j)(6) 432 Communications Systems 1910.308(e) 440 Conductors 1910.305(f) 430 Cranes 1910.306(b) 432; 1910.179(g) 274 Disconnecting means and circuits 1910.303(f) 421 Electrolytic cells 1910.306(e) 433 Elevators 1910.306(c) 433 Emergency Power Systems 1910.308(b) 439 Enclosures for Damp or Wet Locations 1910.305(e) 430 Escalators 1910.306(c) 433 Examination of Equipment 1910.303(b)(1) 420 Extension Cords 1910.334 443; 1910.334(a) 443 Fire Alarm Systems 1910.308(d)(3) 439 Fittings 1910.305(b) 429 Flexible Cords and Cables 1910.305(g) 430 General 1910.303 420 Grounded and Grounding Conductors, Identification and Use 1910.304(a) 423 Grounding 1910.304(a) 423 Guarding of Live Parts 1910.303(g)(2) 422 Hazardous (Classified) Locations 1910.307 436 Heating equipment 1910.306(g) 434 High Voltage General 1910.308(a) 438 High Voltage (Over 600 Volts) Grounding 1910.304(g)(6) 427 Guarding 1910.303(h)(2) 422 Hoists 1910.306(b) 432 Ignition Sources 1910.107(c)(4) 120; 1910.107(c)(6) 120 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(7) 112 Information Technology Equipment 1910.306(e) 433 Installation and Use of Equipment 1910.303(b)(2) 420 Lamps 1910.305(j)(1) 431 Marking 1910.303(e) 421 Motors 1910.305(j)(4) 431 Moving Walks 1910.306(c) 433 Outline Lighting 1910.306(a) 432 Outside Conductors 1910.304(c) 425 Overcurrent Protection 1910.304(f) 425 Panelboards 1910.305(d) 430 Portable cables 1910.305(h) 431 Power limited circuits 1910.308(c) 439 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(7)(iii) 118 Receptacles 1910.305(j)(2) 431 Remote Control Circuts 1910.308(c) 439 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(5) 117 Services 1910.304(e) 425 Signaling Circuits 1910.308(c) 439

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Evacuation, Ionizing Radiation Evacuation, Ionizing Radiation 1910.1096(f) 691 Exhaust Air Filters, Spray Booths 1910.107(b)(5) 119 Exhaust Systems (see also Ventilation) 1910.94(a)(4) 79 Abrasive Blasting 1910.94(a) 79 Grinding, Polishing, Buffing 1910.94(b)(4) 81 Open Surface Tanks 1910.124(b)(4) 196 Sawmills 1910.265(c)(20) 367 Exhausts, Spraying Operations 1910.107(d)(3) 120; 1910.107(d)(7) 120 1910.107(d)(9) 120 Exit Routes Alterations, During 1910.37(d) 54 Basic Requirements 1910.36(a) 53 Capacity 1910.36(f) 54 Construction, During 1910.37(d) 54 Coverage 1910.34(a) 53 1910.34(b) 53 Danger 1910.37(a) 54 Definitions 1910.34(c) 53 Design 1910.36 53 Door Side-Hinged Exit Door 1910.36(e) 54 Unlocked 1910.36(d) 54 Employee Alarm System 1910.37(e) 54; 1910.38(d) 55 Exit Discharge 1910.36(c) 54 Fire Retardant Paints 1910.37(c) 54 Height 1910.36(g) 54 Life Safety Code 1910.35 53 Lighting 1910.37(b) 54 Manlifts 1910.68(b)(8) 76 Marking 1910.37(b) 54 Number of 1910.36(b) 53 Obstructions 1910.37(a)(3) 54 Outdoor 1910.36(h) 54 Repairs, During 1910.37(d) 54 Safeguards 1910.37(a)(4) 54 Width 1910.36(g) 54 Explosives Actuated Fastening Tools 1910.243(d) 333 Definitions 1910.241(a) 331 Fasteners 1910.243(d)(3) 334 General Requirements 1910.243(d)(1) 333 High-Velocity Tools 1910.243(d)(2)(i) 333 Inspection 1910.243(d)(2) 333 Loads 1910.243(d)(3) 334 Low-Velocity Tools 1910.243(d)(2)(ii) 333 Maintenance 1910.243(d)(2) 333 Blast Holes 1910.109(e)(3) 128 Bulk Delivery 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Charge Initiation 1910.109(e)(4) 128 Definitions 1910.109(a) 123 Hazards 1910.109(b)(1) 124 Hours of Transfer 1910.109(f)(5) 128 Loading 1910.109(e)(3) 128 Magazines 1910.109(c)(2) 125 Mixing Vehicles 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Piers 1910.109(f) 128 Pulpwood Logging 1910.266(d)(10) 374 Railroad Cars 1910.109(f) 128 Railroad Stations 1910.109(f) 128 Scope 1910.109(k) 133 Slurries 1910.109(h) 131 Small Arms Ammunition 1910.109(j) 133 Smoking 1910.109(e)(1) 127 Storage 1910.109(b)(1) 124; 1910.109(c) 124; 1910.109(e)(2) 128 1910.109(f)(4) 128 Transportation 1910.109(d) 126 Use 1910.109(e) 127 Vessels 1910.109(f) 128 Warning 1910.109(e)(5) 128 Water Gels 1910.109(h) 131 Exposure Air Contaminants 1910.1000 461 Airborne Radioactive Material 1910.1096(c) 690 Asbestos 1910.1001 468 Limits (Tables Z-1 to Z-3) 1910.1000 461 Mineral Dusts 1910.1000 461 Noise 1910.95 86 Radiation Exposure (see also Ionizing Radiation) 1910.1096(b) 689 Minors 1910.1096(b)(3) 690; 1910.1096(c)(2) 690; 1910.1096(d)(2)(ii) 690 Extension Cords 1910.334 443 Extension Ladders, Portable Extension Lamps, Cranes 1910.179(g)(7) 274 Metal 1910.26(a)(2) 39 Metal, Trestle 1910.26(a)(4) 40 Wood 1910.25 38 Wood, Trestle 1910.25(c)(3)(v) 39 Extractors 1910.262(y) 360 Eye and Face Protection 1910.133 199 Markings 1910.133(a)(4) 199 Optical Corrections 1910.133(a)(3) 199 Protector Requirements 1910.133(a)(2) 199 Welding 1910.252(b)(2) 338

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Eye Washes/Showers 1910.141(d)(3) 220; 1910.151(c) 239 Dipping and Coating Operations 1910.124(g)(2) 196 Formaldehyde 1910.1048(i)(3) 645 Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178(g) 267 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills 1910.261(g)(5) 353; 1910.261(g)(18) 354 Textiles 1910.262(pp) 360 Eye Washes/Showers, Formaldehyde 1910.1048(i)(3) 645

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Face Protection (see also Eye and Face Protection, Personal Protective Equipment) 1910.133 199 Fail-Safe Controls Fixed Electrostatic Apparatus 1910.107(h)(9) 122 Overhead and Gantry Cranes 1910.179(a)(40) 272 1910.179(g)(3)(viii) 274 Fall Protection Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution 1910.269(g)(2) 391; 1910.269(r)(8) 399 Powered Platforms 1910.66(j) 65 Fan-Rotating Element 1910.107(d)(4) 120 Farm Vehicles, Anhydrous Ammonia 1910.111(g) 160; 1910.111(h) 160 Fasteners 1910.243(d)(3) 334 Fastening Tools 1910.243(d) 333 Filling Densities, Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.111(b)(12) 157 Filters, Spraying 1910.107(b)(5) 119 Fire Alarm System 1910.37(e) 54 1910.38(d) 55 Brigades 1910.156 242 Firefighting Equipment 1910.156(d) 242 Organization 1910.156(b) 242 Protective Clothing 1910.156(e) 243 Body Protection 1910.156(e)(3) 243 Foot and Leg Protection 1910.156(e)(2) 243 Hand Protection 1910.156(e)(4) 243 Head, Eye, and Face Protection 1910.156(e)(5) 243 Respiratory Protection 1910.156(f) 243 General Requirements 1910.156(f)(1) 243 Positive-Pressure Breathing Apparatus 1910.156(f)(2) 244 Scope and Application 1910.156(a) 242 Training and Education 1910.156(c) 242 Detection Systems 1910.164 248 Installation and Restoration 1910.164(b) 248 Maintenance and Testing 1910.164(c) 248 Number, Location, and Spacing 1910.164(f) 248 Protection of Detectors 1910.164(d) 248 Response Time 1910.164(e) 248 Scope and Application 1910.164(a) 248 Employee Alarm System 1910.37(e) 54; 1910.38(d) 55 Extinguishers Cranes 1910.179(c)(3) 272; 1910.179(o)(3) 277; 1910.180(i)(5) 280 Derricks 1910.181(j)(3) 284 Dip Tanks 1910.125(f) 197 Explosives Transportation 1910.109(d)(2)(iv) 127 Fixed Extinguishing Systems (see also Fixed Extinguishing Systems) 1910.160-.163 246– 248 Portable 1910.157 244 Exemptions 1910.157(b) 244 General Requirements 1910.157(c) 244 Hydrostatic Testing 1910.157(f) 244 Inspection, Maintenance, and Testing 1910.157(e) 244 Scope and Application 1910.157(a) 244 Selection and Distribution 1910.157(d) 244 Training and Education 1910.157(g) 245 Powered Working Platforms 1910.66(f)(5)(ii) 62 Spray Booths 1910.107(f)(4) 121 Welding 1910.252(a)(2)(ii) 337 Prevention Plans 1910.39 55 Application 1910.39(a) 55 Elements of 1910.39(c) 55 Employee Information 1910.39(d) 55 Ethylene Oxide 1910.1047(h)(1)(iii) 633 4,4-Methylenedianiline(MDA) 1910.1050(d)(1)(iii)' 657 Oral 1910.39(b) 55 Written 1910.39(b) 55 Protection Ammonium Nitrate 1910.109(i)(7) 133 Blasting Agents 1910.109(i)(7) 133 Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(4)(ix) 113 1910.106(f)(8) 114 Chemical Plants 1910.106(i)(5) 119 Definitions 1910.155(c) 241 Distilleries 1910.106(i)(5) 119 Electrostatic Apparatus 1910.107(h)(12) 122 Equipment Color Identification 1910.144(a)(1) 221 Fire Brigades 1910.156(d) 242 Explosives 1910.109(i)(7) 133 Flammable Liquids 1910.106(d)(7) 110; 1910.106(e)(5) 111 1910.106(f)(8) 114; 1910.106(g)(9) 117; 1910.106(h)(6) 118; 1910.106(i)(5) 119 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(5) 111 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(d)(14) 148; 1910.110(f)(7) 151; 1910.110(h)(14) 153 Local Fire Alarms 1910.165 248 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(6) 118

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Flash Welding Equipment 1910.255(d) 350 Fire Curtains 1910.255(d)(2) 350 Ventilation 1910.255(d)(1) 350 Float Scaffolds 1910.28(u) 50 Flooding, Tank Areas 1910.106(b)(5)(vi) 106 Floors Covers, Hinged 1910.23(a)(3)(i) 36 Loading 1910.22(d) 36 Openings (Holes) 1910.23(a) 36 Manlifts 1910.68(b)(5) 76; 1910.68(b)(7) 76 Open-Sided 1910.23(c) 36 Spray Booths 1910.23(b)(3) 36 Fluorine Compounds, Welding (see also Contaminants under Air) 1910.252(c)(5) 340 Foam Extinguishers, Dip Tanks 1910.125(f)(2) 197 Foam Extinguishing Systems, Fixed 1910.163 248 Food Handling 1910.141(h) 220; 1910.120(n)(4) 180 Foot Pedals, Power Presses 1910.217(b)(4) 312 Footwalks, Cranes 1910.179(d) 273 Forging Hammers 1910.218(a)(3) 326 Foot-Operated Devices 1910.218(b)(2) 327 Gravity 1910.218(e) 327 Air-Lift Hammers 1910.218(e)(1) 327 Board Drophammers 1910.218(e)(2) 327 Keys 1910.218(b)(1) 327 Power-Driven 1910.218(d) 327 Machines Area 1910.30(b) 52 Billet Shears 1910.218(j)(1) 327 Boltheading 1910.218(i)(1) 327 Conveyors 1910.218(j)(3) 327 Definitions 1910.211(e) 300 Grinding 1910.218(j)(5) 327 Hammers 1910.218(a)(3) 326; 1910.218(b) 327; 1910.218(d) 327; 1910.218(e) 327 Inspections 1910.218(a)(2) 326 Lead Use 1910.218(a)(1) 326 Maintenance 1910.218(a)(2) 326 Presses 1910.218(a)(3) 326; 1910.218(c) 327; 1910.218(f) 327; 1910.218(g) 327 Rivet Making 1910.218(i)(2) 327 Saws 1910.218(j)(2) 327 Shot Blast 1910.218(j)(4) 327 Upsetters 1910.218(h) 327 Presses 1910.218(a)(3) 326; 1910.218(c) 327; 1910.218(f) 327; 1910.218(g) 327 Fork Trucks (see also Powered Industrial Trucks) 1910.178 265 Forklifts (see also Powered Industrial Trucks) 1910.178 265 Formaldehyde 1910.1048 643 Airborne Concentration 1910.1048(c) 643 Compliance 1910.1048(f) 644 Definitions 1910.1048(b) 643 Emergencies 1910.1048(k) 645 Exposure Monitoring 1910.1048(d) 643 Permissible Limit 1910.1048(c) 643 Hazard Communication 1910.1048(m) 646 Housekeeping 1910.1048(j) 645 Hygiene Protection 1910.1048(i) 645 Medical Disease Questionnaire 1910.1048 App D 656 Medical Surveillance 1910.1048 Appendix C 654; 1910.1048(l) 645 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.1048(h) 644 Recordkeeping 1910.1048(o) 647 Regulated Areas 1910.1048(e) 644 Respiratory Protection 1910.1048(g) 644 Training Employees 1910.1048(n) 647 Fuel, Fueling, Refueling Handling and Storage 1910.178(f) 267 Fuel-Gas Systems (see also Fuel-Gas Systems under Oxygen) 1910.253 341 Fusion Apparatus (see also Drying, Curing, and Fusion Apparatus) 1910.107(j) 122

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Fire (continued) Protection (continued) Refineries 1910.106(i)(5) 119 Service Stations 1910.110(h)(14) 153; 1910.106(g)(9) 117 Spray Booths 1910.107(f) 121 Extinguishers, Portable 1910.107(f)(4) 121 Sprinklers Cleaning 1910.107(f)(3) 121; Conformance 1910.107(f)(1) 121; Valve Access 1910.107(f)(2) 121; Storage Tanks 1910.106(d)(7) 110 Trucks 1910.178 265 Resistance (Rating) Inside Storage Rooms 1910.106(d)(4)(ii) 109 Storage Cabinets 1910.106(d)(3)(ii) 109 Tank Supports 1910.106(b)(5)(ii) 106 Retardant Paints 1910.37(c) 54 Sprinklers (see also Sprinkler Systems, Automatic) 1910.159 246 Standpipe and Hose Systems (see also Standpipe and Hose Systems) 1910.158 245 Watch, Welding 1910.252(a)(2)(iii) 337 Fire Protection Trucks 1910.178 265 Fireworks 1910.109(k) 133 First Aid 1910.151(b) 239 Eye Flushing 1910.151(c) 239 Labor Camps 1910.142(k) 221 Pulpwood Logging 1910.266(d)(2) 373 Textiles 1910.262(pp) 360 Welding 1910.252(c)(13) 340 Fittings (see also Piping) 1910.253(d)(1) 343 Fixed Extinguishing Systems Dry Chemical Agent Systems 1910.161 247 Gaseous Agent Systems 1910.162 247 General Requirements 1910.160(b) 247 Total Flooding Systems 1910.160(c) 247 Water Spray and Foam Systems 1910.163 248 Fixed Industrial Stairs (see also Stairs, Fixed Industrial) 1910.24 38 Fixed Ladders (see also Fixed under Ladders) 1910.27 40 Flammable and Combustible Liquids Bulk Plants 1910.106(f) 112 Chemical Plants 1910.106(i) 118 Container Marking 1910.106(d) 108 Color Codes 1910.144(a)(1) 221 Definitions 1910.106(a) 101 Dip Tanks 1910.122-.126 195–198 Distilleries 1910.106(i) 118 Hazard Communication 1910.1200 693 Ignition Sources 1910.106(b)(6) 107; 1910.106(e)(6) 112; 1910.106(f)(6) 114; 1910.106(g)(8) 117; 1910.106(h)(7) 118; 1910.107(c) 120 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e) 111 Outdoor Storage 1910.106(d)(6) 110 Piping, Valves, and Fittings 1910.106(c) 108 Pressure Vessels 1910.106(b)(1)(v) 103 Processing Plants 1910.106(h) 117 Refineries 1910.106(i) 118 Scope 1910.106(j) 119 Service Stations 1910.106(g) 114 Spray Finishing 1910.107 119 Conformance 1910.107(e)(1) 121 Containers 1910.107(e)(3) 121; 1910.107(e)(5) 121 Grounding 1910.107(c)(9) 120; 1910.107(e)(9) 121 Hoses 1910.107(e)(6) 121 Ignition Sources 1910.107(c) 120 Liquid Heaters 1910.107(e)(7) 121 Liquid Transfer 1910.107(e)(4) 121 Pipes 1910.107(e)(6) 121 Pump Relief 1910.107(e)(8) 121 Safety Relief Devices 1910.107(e)(8) 121 Spray Booths 1910.107(b) 119 Spraying Containers 1910.107(e)(5) 121 Storage and Handling 1910.107(e) 121 Ventilation 1910.107(d) 120 Storage Containers 1910.106(d) 108 Storage Tanks 1910.106(b) 103; 1910.106(d) 108 Tanks 1910.106(b) 103; 1910.106(d) 108 Trucks Used 1910.178(c)(2) 265 Flanges, Abrasive Wheel Machinery 1910.215(a)(3) 304; 1910.215(c) 306 Balance 1910.215(c)(3) 306 Blotters 1910.215(c)(1)(v) 306; 1910.215(c)(6) 307; 1910.215(d)(5) 307 Diameter Uniformity 1910.215(c)(4) 306 Dimensions 1910.215(c)(8) 307 Driving 1910.215(c)(7) 307 Finish 1910.215(c)(3) 306 General Requirements 1910.215(c)(1) 306 Maintenance 1910.215(c)(9) 307 Recess 1910.215(c)(5) 307 Repairs 1910.215(c)(9) 307 Types 1910.215(c)(1)(iv) 306 Undercut 1910.215(c)(5) 307

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Gaging Devices, Liquid-Level 1910.110(b)(19) 142 Gantry Cranes (see also Overhead and Gantry Cranes) 1910.179 271 Garages, Undercoating Operations 1910.107(k) 123 Garnett Machines 1910.262(f) 358 Gaseous Agent Extinguishing Systems, Fixed 1910.162 247 Scope and Application 1910.162(a) 247 Specific Requirements 1910.162(b) 247 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems (see also Gaseous Hydrogen Systems under Hydrogen) 1910.103(a)(2)(i) 95; 1910.103(b) 95 Gasoline Containers 1910.144(a)(1)(ii) 221 Gasoline Powered Trucks 1910.178(b)(8) 265; 1910.178(b)(9) 265 Gears 1910.219(f) 329 Gill Boxes 1910.262(k) 359 Gin Pole Derricks 1910.181(a)(6) 281 Gloves, Rubber Insulating (see also Personal Protective Equipment) 1910.137 214 Goggles (see also Eye and Face Protection) 1910.133 199

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Grain Handling Grain Handling 1910.272 413 Application 1910.272(b) 413 Continuous-Flow Bulk Raw Grain Dryers 1910.272(p) 415 Contractors 1910.272(i) 414 Definitions 1910.272(c) 413 Emergency Action Plan 1910.272(d) 413 Emergency Escape 1910.272(o) 415 Entry Bins, Silos, Tanks 1910.272(g) 413 Flat Storage Structures 1910.272(h) 414 Filter Collectors 1910.272(l) 414 Grain Stream Processing Equipment 1910.272(n) 415 Grate Openings 1910.272(k) 414 Hot Work Permit 1910.272(f) 413 Housekeeping 1910.272(j) 414 Inside Bucket Elevators 1910.272(q) 415 Preventive Maintenance 1910.272(m) 414 Scope 1910.272(a) 413 Training 1910.272(e) 413 Gravity Hammers 1910.218(e) 327 Grinding Machines Cylindrical 1910.215(b)(4) 305 Flanges 1910.215(a)(3) 304 Portable 1910.243(c)(3) 332; 1910.243(c)(4) 333 Surface Grinders 1910.215(b)(5) 305 Swing Frame Grinders 1910.215(b)(6) 305 Top Grinding 1910.215(b)(8) 305 Work Rest 1910.215(a)(4) 304 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.218(j)(5) 327 Polishing and Buffing 1910.94(b) 80 Branch Pipes 1910.94(b)(3) 80 Definitions 1910.94(b)(1) 80 Enclosure Design 1910.94(b)(5) 81 Exhaust Systems 1910.94(b)(4) 81 Hoods 1910.94(b)(3) 80 1910.94(b)(5) 81 Top 1910.215(b)(8) 305 Grounding Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(7)(iv) 101 Electrostatic Spraying 1910.107(h)(5) 122; 1910.107(i)(5) 122 1910.107(i)(6) 122; 1910.107(i)(7) 122 Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(e)(6)(ii) 112 1910.106(f)(3)(iv) 112 Hand Spraying 1910.107(i)(5) 122; 1910.107(i)(6) 122; 1910.107(i)(7) 122 Ignition Sources 1910.107(c)(9) 120 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(4)(iv) 99 Liquid Transfer 1910.107(e)(9) 121 Spray Booths 1910.107(h)(10) 122 Spraying Operations 1910.107(c)(9) 120; 1910.107(e)(9) 121 1910.107(i)(5) 122; 1910.107(i)(6) 122; 1910.107(i)(7) 122 Welding 1910.254(c)(2) 349; 1910.254(d)(3) 349; 1910.255(b)(9) 350; 1910.255(c)(6) 350 Woodworking Tools 1910.243(a)(5) 332 Guarding (see also Term to Which It Applies) Abrasive Wheel Machinery, Portable 1910.243(c) 332 Floor Openings (Holes) 1910.23(a) 36 Hatchways 1910.23(a)(3) 36 Ladderways 1910.23(a)(2) 36 Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus 1910.219(m) 329 Clutches 1910.219(k) 329 Friction Drives 1910.219(g) 329 Prime Movers 1910.219(b) 328 Pulleys 1910.219(d)(1) 328 Shafting 1910.219(c)(2) 328 1910.219(c)(3) 328 Open-Sided Floors 1910.23(c) 36 Platforms 1910.23(c) 36 Powered Tools, Portable 1910.243 332 Railings 1910.23(e) 37 Runways 1910.23(c) 36 Skylight 1910.23(a)(4) 36 Spraying Equipment 1910.107(h)(10) 122 Stairways 1910.23(a)(1) 36 1910.23(d) 37 Wall Openings (Holes) 1910.23(b) 36 Guarding (See also terms below) 1910.211-1910.219 Live Parts 1910.303(g)(2) 422; 1910.303(h)(2) 422 Guards and Guardrails Definitions 1910.21(f)(10) 34 Derricks 1910.181(j)(1) 284 Hoisting Ropes 1910.179(e)(5) 273 Manlifts 1910.68(b)(10)(iv) 76; 1910.68(b)(7) 76; 1910.68(b)(8) 76; 1910.68(b)(9) 76 Moving Parts 1910.179(e)(6) 273 Powered and Working Platforms 1910.66(e)(3) 59 Power-Transmission Apparatus 1910.219(o)(5) 330 Removable 1910.23(a)(3) 36 Trucks 1910.178(e) 267 Working Surfaces 1910.22(c) 36 Gudgeon Pin 1910.181(a)(20) 282 Guide Posts 1910.217(d)(4) 315 Guy Derricks 1910.181(a)(7) 281

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Hammers, Forging (see also Hammers under Forging) 1910.218(a)(3) 326 Hand Protection 1910.138 216 Hand Spraying Equipment (see also Hand Spraying Equipment under Electrostatic) 1910.107(i) 122 Hand Tools 1910.242 332 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(c)(13) 352 Handholds, Manlifts 1910.68(c)(4) 77 Handling (see also Materials Handling and Storage) 1910.176 263 Anhydrous Ammonia 1910.111 153 Compressed Gases 1910.101(b) 95 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(2)(iii) 99 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110 134 Liquids 1910.106(h)(4) 117 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(1) 114 Handrails Cranes 1910.179(d)(3) 273; 1910.179(d)(4)(ii) 273 Fixed Industrial Stairs 1910.24(h) 38 Mobile Ladder Stands 1910.29(f)(4) 51 Hangers 1910.219(p)(4) 330 Hardening Tanks 1910.126(a)(1) 198 Hatchways Guarding 1910.23(a)(3) 36 Hazard Communication 1910.1200 693 Definitions 1910.1200(c) 694 Employee Information and Training 1910.1200(h) 698 Hazard Determination 1910.1200(d) 696 Labels and Other Forms of Warning 1910.1200(f) 697 Material Safety Data Sheets 1910.1200(g) 697 Trade Secrets 1910.1200(i) 699 Written Program 1910.1200(e) 696 Hazardous Chemicals (see also Chemicals) 1910.1450 705; 1910.119 161 Hazardous Materials Acetylene 1910.102 95 Anhydrous Ammonia 1910.111 153 Blasting Agents 1910.109 123 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104 100 Compressed Gases 1910.101 95 DOT Markings, Retention 1910.1201 705 Explosives 1910.109 123 Flammable Liquids 1910.106 101 Hydrogen 1910.103 95 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110 134 Nitrous Oxide 1910.105 101 Oxygen 1910.104 100 Packages, Transport Vehicles, etc. 1910.1201 705 Spray Finishing 1910.107 119 Trucks Used 1910.178(c)(2) 265 Hazardous Waste Operations Contractors and Subcontractors 1910.120(b)(1)(iv) 173 Decontamination 1910.120(k) 179; 1910.120(p)(4) 180 Definitions 1910.120(a)(3) 172 Drums and Containers 1910.120(j) 178 Emergency Response 1910.120(e)(7) 175 1910.120(l) 179 1910.120(p)(8) 181; 1910.120(q) 181 Engineering Controls 1910.120(g)(1) 177; 1910.120(g)(2) 177 Hazard Communication Program 1910.120(p)(2) 180 Illumination 1910.120(m) 179 Information Program 1910.120(b)(1) 173; 1910.120(i) 178 Laboratory Waste Packs 1910.120(j)(6) 178 Material Handling 1910.120(j)(3) 178; 1910.120(p)(6) 180; Medical Surveillance 1910.120(f) 176; 1910.120(p)(3) 180; 1910.120(q)(9) 183 Monitoring 1910.120(c)(6) 174; 1910.120(h) 177 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.120 Appendix B 186; 1910.120(c)(5) 174; 1910.120(g)(3) 177; 1910.120(g)(4) 177; 1910.120(g)(5) 177 Radioactive Wastes 1910.120(j)(4) 178 RCRA Facilities 1910.120(p) 180 Recordkeeping 1910.120(f)(8) 176 Safety and Health Program 1910.120(b) 173; 1910.120(p)(1) 180 Sanitation 1910.120(n) 179 Shock Sensitive Wastes 1910.120(j)(5) 178 Site Characterization and Analysis 1910.120(c) 174 Site Control 1910.120(d) 175 Site-Specific Safety and Health Plan 1910.120(b)(4) 174 Tank and Vault Procedures 1910.120(j)(9) 179 Technology Programs 1910.120(o) 180 Totally-Encapsulating Chemical Protective Suits 1910.120(g)(4) 177; Training 1910.120(e) 175; 1910.120(p)(7) 180; 1910.120(p)(8)(iii) 181; 1910.120(q)(6) 182; 1910.120(q)(7) 183; 1910.120(q)(8) 183 Uncontrolled Sites, Emergency Response 1910.120(l) 179 Hazards Guide Posts 1910.217(d)(4) 315 Personnel, Mechanical Power Presses 1910.217(b)(1) 312 Head Protection 1910.135 214 Hearing Conservation Program 1910.95(c) 87 Heating Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(2)(ii) 112 Dip Tanks 1910.126(d)(4) 198 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(6) 117 Helicopters 1910.183 284 Helmets 1910.135 214 Hepatitis B (see also Bloodborne Pathogens) 1910.1030 596

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Ignition Sources Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(6) 114 Dip Tanks 1910.125(e) 197 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(6) 112 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(1) 123 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(7) 118 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(8) 117 Spraying Operations 1910.107(c) 120 Combustible Residues 1910.107(c)(5) 120 Conformance 1910.107(c)(1) 120 Electrical Wiring 1910.107(c)(4) 120; 1910.107(c)(6) 120 Grounding 1910.107(c)(9) 120 Hot Surfaces 1910.107(c)(3) 120 Lamps 1910.107(c)(7) 120 1910.107(c)(8) 120 Separation Minimum 1910.107(c)(2) 120 Storage Tanks 1910.106(b)(6) 107 Indoor Storage Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(b)(4) 106; 1910.106(d)(4) 109; 1910.106(d)(5) 109; 1910.106(e)(5) 111; 1910.106(g)(1)(iii) 115; 1910.106(h)(4)(i) 117 Rooms 1910.106(d)(4) 109 Industrial Stepladders, Type I 1910.25(c)(2) 38 Injury/Illness Recording and Reporting 1904 9 Inorganic Arsenic (see also Arsenic, Inorganic) 1910.1018 496 Insect Control 1910.141(a)(5) 219 Labor Camps 1910.142(j) 221 Inspection (see also Term to Which It Applies) Compressed Gas Cylinders 1910.101(a) 95 Cranes 1910.179(j) 275 1910.180(d) 278 Crawler 1910.180(d) 278 Gantry 1910.179(j) 275 Ropes 1910.179(m) 276 Locomotive 1910.180(d) 278 Overhead 1910.179(j) 275 Ropes 1910.179(m) 276 Truck 1910.180(d) 278 Cylinders 1910.101(a) 95 Derricks 1910.181(d) 282 Dip Tanks 1910.124 196 Fire Extinguishers 1910.157(e) 244 Flooding, Tank Areas 1910.106(b)(5)(vi) 106 Gas Cylinders 1910.101(a) 95 Manlifts 1910.68(e) 78 Power Presses 1910.217(e) 315 Powered Platforms 1910.66(g) 63 Respirators 1910.134(f) 203 1910.134(h)(3) 204 Ropes, Cranes 1910.179(m) 276 Woodworking Machines 1910.213(s) 304 Inspections, Citations, and Proposed Penalties Abatement verification 1903.19 5 Advance notice of inspections 1903.6 2 Authority for inspection 1903.3 1 Citations notices of de minimis violations policy regarding employee rescue activities 1903.14 4 Complaints by employees 1903.11 3 Conduct of inspections 1903.7 2 Consultation with employees 1903.10 3 Definitions 1903.22 8 Employer and employee contests before the Review Commission 1903.17 5 Entry not a waiver 1903.5 2 Failure to correct a violation for which a citation has been issued 1903.18 5 Imminent danger 1903.13 4 Informal conferences 1903.20 8 Inspection not warranted informal review 1903.12 3 Objection to inspection 1903.4 1 Petitions for modification of abatement date 1903.14a 4 Posting of citations 1903.16 5 Posting of notice availability of the Act, regulations and applicable standards 1903.2 1 Proposed penalties 1903.15 5 Purpose and Scope 1903.1 1 Representatives of employers and employees 1903.8 2 State administration 1903.21 8 Trade secrets 1903.9 3 Instruction Signs, Manlifts 1910.68(c)(7) 78 Interior Hung Scaffolds 1910.28(p) 49 Interpretations, Letters of 741

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High Voltage (Over 600 Volts) General Requirements 1910.303(h) 422 Ignition Source 1910.107(c)(4) 120 1910.107(c)(6) 120 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(7) 112 Liquefied Petroleum Systems 1910.110(b)(17) 141 1910.110(b)(18) 142 1910.110(h)(13) 153 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(1) 123 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(7)(iii) 118 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(5) 117 Spraying Operations 1910.107(c)(4) 120; 1910.107(c)(6) 120; 1910.107(i)(1) 122; 1910.107(i)(5) 122 Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Process Safety Management (see also Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Process 1910.119 161 Hinged Floor Opening Covers 1910.23(a)(3)(i) 36 HIV and HBV Research 1910.1030(e) 600 Hoist Limit Switches 1910.179(n)(4) 276 Hoisting Equipment Cranes 1910.179(e)(5) 273 1910.179(h) 274 Powered Platforms 1910.66(f)(4) 61 1910.66(g)(6) 64 Rope Guards 1910.179(e)(5) 273 Holding Brakes 1910.179(f)(2) 273 Holes 1910.23(b) 36 Hooks Cranes 1910.179(h)(4) 275 Derricks 1910.181(j)(2) 284 Horse Scaffolds 1910.28(m) 49 Hoses Flammable Liquids 1910.107(e)(6) 121 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(9) 136 Semiconductive 1910.109(a)(12) 124 Sprinkler Systems 1910.159(c)(5) 246 Standpipe and Hose Systems 1910.158(c)(3) 245 Welding and Cutting 1910.253(e) 344 Hot Surfaces 1910.107(c)(3) 120 Hot Work Permits, Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals 1910.119(k) 164 Hours of Transfer, Explosives 1910.109(f)(5) 128 Household Stepladders, Type III 1910.25(c)(2) 38 Housekeeping 1910.141(a)(3) 219 Acrylonitrile 1910.1045(k) 623 Asbestos 1910.1001(k) 472 Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030(d)(4) 599 Cadmium 1910.1027(k) 531 DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) 1910.1044(k) 616 Flammable Liquids 1910.106(e)(9) 112 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(8) 118 Formaldehyde 1910.1048(j) 645 Grain Handling 1910.272(j) 414 Lead 1910.1025(h) 509 Materials Handling and Storage 1910.176(c) 263 4,4-Methylenedianiline(MDA) 1910.1050(l) 659 Processing Plants, Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(h)(8) 118 Sanitation 1910.141(a)(3) 219 Walking-Working Surfaces 1910.22(a) 36 Hydraulic Barkers 1910.261(e)(14) 353 Hydraulic Equipment 1910.217(b)(11) 313 Hydraulically Designed Sprinkler Systems 1910.159(c)(11) 246 Hydrogen 1910.103 95 Definitions 1910.103(a)(1) 95 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(a)(2)(i) 95 1910.103(b) 95 Clear Zone 1910.103(b)(5) 97 Containers 1910.103(b)(1)(i) 95 Design 1910.103(b)(1) 95 1910.103(b)(3) 97 Equipment Assembly 1910.103(b)(1)(iii) 95 1910.103(b)(1)(iv) 95 Fittings 1910.103(b)(1)(iii) 95 Location 1910.103(b)(2) 96 Outdoor 1910.103(b)(3)(i) 97 Separate Buildings 1910.103(b)(3)(ii) 97 Special Rooms 1910.103(b)(3)(iii) 97 Maintenance 1910.103(b)(5) 97 Marking 1910.103(b)(1)(v) 96 Operating Instructions 1910.103(b)(4) 97 Piping 1910.103(b)(1)(iii) 95 Safety Relief Devices 1910.103(b)(1)(ii) 95 Testing 1910.103(b)(1)(vi) 96 Tubing 1910.103(b)(1)(iii) 95 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(a)(2)(ii) 95; 1910.103(c) 97 Containers 1910.103(c)(1)(i) 97 Design 1910.103(c)(1) 97 Electrical Systems 1910.103(c)(1)(ix) 98 Equipment Assembly 1910.103(c)(1)(vi) 98 Fittings 1910.103(c)(1)(v) 97 Grounding 1910.103(c)(4)(iv) 99 Location 1910.103(c)(2) 98 Outdoor 1910.103(c)(3)(i) 99 Separate Buildings 1910.103(c)(3)(ii) 99 Special Rooms 1910.103(c)(3)(iii) 99 Maintenance 1910.103(c)(5) 99 Marking 1910.103(c)(1)(iii) 97 Operating Instructions 1910.103(c)(4) 99 Attendants 1910.103(c)(4)(ii) 99 Security 1910.103(c)(4)(iii) 99 Written Instructions 1910.103(c)(4)(i) 99

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Ionizing Radiation Ionizing Radiation 1910.1096 689 Airborne Radioactive Materials 1910.1096(c) 690 Caution Signs and Labels 1910.1096(e) 690 Definitions 1910.1096(a) 689 Employees Disclosure of Records 1910.1096(o) 693 Exposure Records 1910.1096(m) 692 1910.1096(n) 692 Incident Reporting 1910.1096(l) 692 Instruction Posting 1910.1096(i) 692 Evacuation 1910.1096(f) 691 Exemptions 1910.1096(g) 692; 1910.1096(h) 692 Exposure 1910.1096(b) 689 Airborne Radioactive Materials 1910.1096(c) 690 Minors 1910.1096(b)(3) 690; 1910.1096(c)(2) 690; 1910.1096(d)(2)(ii) 690 Records 1910.1096(m) 692; 1910.1096(n) 692; 1910.1096(o) 693 Incident Reporting 1910.1096(l) 692 Monitoring 1910.1096(d) 690 NRC Licensees 1910.1096(p) 693 Overexposure Reports 1910.1096(m) 692 Personnel Instructions, Posting 1910.1096(i) 692 Radioactive Materials Packaged 1910.1096(h) 692 Storage 1910.1096(j) 692 Warning Signals 1910.1096(f) 691 Waste Disposal 1910.1096(k) 692

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Jacks Definitions 1910.241(d) 331 Fixed Truck 1910.178(k)(3) 267 Loading 1910.244(a)(1) 335 Maintenance 1910.244(a)(2) 335 Marking 1910.244(a)(1) 335 Operation 1910.244(a)(2) 335 Truck 1910.178(k)(3) 267 Jointers 1910.213(j) 302 Blades 1910.213(s)(12) 304

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Keys, Projecting 1910.219(h) 329 Kiers 1910.262(q) 359 Kilns 1910.265(f) 371 Kitchens, Labor Camps 1910.142(i) 221

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Labeling, Hazardous Chemicals 1910.1200 693 Labor Camps, Temporary 1910.142 220 Bathing Facilities 1910.142(f) 221 Bedding 1910.142(b)(3) 220 Communicable Disease Reporting 1910.142(l) 221 Dining Facilities 1910.142(i) 221 Facilities 1910.142(b) 220 First Aid 1910.142(k) 221 Floors 1910.142(b)(4) 220 1910.142(b)(5) 220 Furnishings 1910.142(b) 220 Grounds 1910.142(a)(3) 220 Heating Equipment 1910.142(b)(11) 220 Insect Control 1910.142(j) 221 Kitchens 1910.142(i) 221 Laundry Facilities 1910.142(f) 221 Lighting 1910.142(g) 221 Refuse Collection 1910.142(a)(3) 220 Refuse Disposal 1910.142(h) 221 Rodent Control 1910.142(j) 221 Screening 1910.142(b)(8) 220 Sewage Disposal 1910.142(e) 221 Shelters 1910.142(b) 220 Site 1910.142(a) 220 Size 1910.142(a)(2) 220 Sleeping 1910.142(b)(2) 220; 1910.142(b)(3) 220 Space 1910.142(b)(2) 220 1910.142(b)(9) 220 Stoves 1910.142(b)(10) 220 Toilet Facilities 1910.142(d) 221 Washing 1910.142(f) 221 Waste Disposal 1910.142(h) 221 Water Supply 1910.142(c) 220 Windows 1910.142(b)(7) 220; 1910.142(b)(8) 220 Laboratories HIV and HBV Research 1910.1030(e) 600 Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals (see also Hazardous Chemicals, Occupational Exposure in 1910.1450 705 Ladder Stands, Manual Mobile 1910.29(f) 51 Ladder-Jack Scaffolds 1910.28(q) 49

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Ladders Cranes 1910.179(d)(4) 273; 1910.179(o)(1) 276 Fixed 1910.27 40 Cages 1910.27(c)(3) 41; 1910.27(d)(1) 41 Clearances 1910.27(c) 41 Cleats 1910.27(b)(1) 40 Design 1910.27(a) 40 Stress 1910.27(a)(2) 40 Deterioration 1910.27(b)(7) 41 Electrolytic Action 1910.27(b)(5) 40 Extensions 1910.27(d)(3) 43 Fastenings 1910.27(b)(3) 40 Grab Bars 1910.27(c)(5) 41; 1910.27(d)(4) 43 Ladder Extensions 1910.27(d)(3) 43 Landing Platforms 1910.27(d)(2) 42 Maintenance 1910.27(f) 43 Pitch 1910.27(e) 43 Rungs 1910.27(b)(1) 40 Safety Devices 1910.27(d)(5) 43 Side Rails 1910.27(b)(2) 40 Splices 1910.27(b)(4) 40 Welding 1910.27(b)(6) 41 Wells 1910.27(d)(1) 41 Manlifts 1910.68(b)(12) 77 Portable Metal 1910.26 39 Care 1910.26(c)(2) 40 Extension Ladders 1910.26(a)(2) 39 General Requirements 1910.26(a)(1) 39 Platform Ladders 1910.26(a)(5) 40 Stepladders 1910.26(a)(3) 39 Straight Ladders 1910.26(a)(2) 39 Trestle Ladders 1910.26(a)(4) 40 Use 1910.26(c)(3) 40 Portable Wood 1910.25 38 Care 1910.25(d)(1) 39 Materials 1910.25(b) 38 Rung Ladders 1910.25(c)(3) 38 Sectional 1910.25(c)(3)(iv) 39 Single 1910.25(c)(3)(ii) 38 Trestle 1910.25(c)(3)(v) 39 Two-Section 1910.25(c)(3)(iii) 38 Side-Rolling Ladders 1910.25(c)(5) 39 Special Purpose Ladders 1910.25(c)(4) 39 Masons 1910.25(c)(4)(iii)' 39 Painters 1910.25(c)(4)(ii)' 39 Stepladders 1910.25(c)(2) 38 Trolley Ladders 1910.25(c)(5) 39 Use 1910.25(d)(2) 39 Ladderway Guarding 1910.23(a)(2) 36 Lamps (see also Lighting) Spray Finishing 1910.107(c)(7) 120; 1910.107(c)(8) 120 Landings, Manlifts 1910.68(b)(10) 76; 1910.68(b)(6) 76 Lathes 1910.213(o) 303 Lathers Scaffolds 1910.28(o) 49 Laundry Facilities, Labor Camps 1910.142(f) 221 Laundry Operations Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030(d)(4)(iv) 600 Drying Machines 1910.264(c)(2) 364 General Requirements 1910.264(b) 364 Miscellaneous Equipment 1910.264(c)(4) 364 Operating Rules 1910.264(d) 365 Markers 1910.264(d)(1)(iii) 365 Mechanical Safeguards 1910.264(d)(2) 365 Point-of-Operation Guards 1910.264(c) 364 Starching Machines 1910.264(c)(2) 364 Steam Pipes 1910.264(c)(4)(iii) 364 Washing Machines 1910.264(c)(1)(ii) 364 Lavatories 1910.141(d)(2) 220 Lawnmowers, Power 1910.243(e) 334 General Requirements 1910.243(e)(1) 334 Riding Rotary 1910.243(e)(2) 334; 1910.243(e)(4) 335 Walk Behind 1910.243(e)(2) 334; 1910.243(e)(3) 335 Lead 1910.1025 506; 1910.252(c)(7) 340 Compliance 1910.1025(e) 507 Confined Spaces 1910.252(c)(7)(i) 340 Definitions 1910.1025(b) 506 Exposure, Permissible Limits 1910.1025(c) 507 Forging Machines 1910.218(a)(1) 326 Housekeeping 1910.1025(h) 509 Hygiene Facilities and Practices 1910.1025(i) 509 Indoors 1910.252(c)(7)(ii) 340; 1910.252(c)(7)(iii) 340 Medical Removal 1910.1025(k) 511 Medical Surveillance 1910.1025(j) 509 Monitoring 1910.1025(d) 507; 1910.1025(o) 513 Protective Clothing and Equipment 1910.1025(g) 508 Recordkeeping 1910.1025(n) 512 Respiratory Protection 1910.1025(f) 508 Signs 1910.1025(m) 512 Training, Employee 1910.1025(l) 512 Ventilation 1910.1025(e)(4) 508; 1910.252(c)(7)(iii) 340

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Loading Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(3) 112 Explosives 1910.109(e)(3) 128 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(4) 111 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(15) 141 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(5) 118 Scaffolds 1910.29(a)(2) 50 Lockout/Tagout of Hazardous Energy 1910.147 234 Control Sources 1910.147(d) 236 Definitions 1910.147(b) 234 Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices 1910.333(b) 442 Inspection 1910.147(c)(6) 236 Powered Platforms 1910.66(f)(3)(i) 60 Release Procedures 1910.147(e) 237 Testing 1910.147(f)(1) 237 Training 1910.147(c)(7) 236 Locomotive Cranes (see also Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes) 1910.180 277 Log Handling (see also Sawmills) 1910.265(d) 369 Logging Operations 1910.266 372 Looms 1910.262(n) 359 Low Pressure Tanks 1910.106(b)(1)(iv) 103 Lumber Handling 1910.265(c)(27) 368 1910.265(c)(28) 368 Lunchrooms 1910.141(g) 220 Location 1910.141(g)(1) 220 1910.141(g)(2) 220 Waste Disposal Containers 1910.141(g)(3) 220

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Leakage, Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(2)(iii) 100 Letters of Interpretation 741 Levers, Hand Operated 1910.217(b)(5) 312 Lifelines Chicken Ladders 1910.28(t)(2) 50 Confined Spaces 1910.252(b)(4)(iv) 339 Crawling Boards 1910.28(t)(2) 50 Welding 1910.252(b)(4)(iv) 339 Lighting (see also Lamps) Container Areas 1910.110(d)(16) 148 Cranes 1910.179(c)(4) 272; 1910.179(g)(7) 274 Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices 1910.333(c)(4) 443 Exit Routes 1910.37(b) 54 Hazardous Waste Operations 1910.120(m) 179 Labor Camps 1910.142(g) 221 Machinery, Basement Areas 1910.219(c)(5)(iii) 328 Manlifts 1910.68(b)(14) 77; 1910.68(b)(6)(iii) 76 Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178(h) 267 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(b)(2) 351; 1910.261(c)(10) 352 1910.261(k)(21) 356 Sawmills 1910.265(c)(23)(iii) 367; 1910.265(c)(5)(iii) 366; 1910.265(c)(9) 366 Spray Booths 1910.107(b)(10) 120 Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LP-Gas) Fuel Handling and Storage 1910.178(f) 267 Trucks 1910.178(b) 265 Converted 1910.178(d) 267 Liquefied Petroleum Gases (see also Liquefied Petroleum Gases under Containers) 1910.110 134 Appliances 1910.110(b)(20) 143 Attendant 1910.110(b)(14) 140 Buildings Engine Use 1910.110(e)(11) 150; 1910.110(e)(12) 150 Industrial Trucks 1910.110(e)(13) 150 Inside Storage 1910.110(f) 150 Piping Into 1910.110(b)(13) 140 Condensed Gas Drips 1910.110(d)(9) 147 Definitions 1910.110(a) 134 Drains 1910.110(d)(11) 147 Electrical Equipment 1910.110(b)(17) 141; 1910.110(b)(18) 142 1910.110(h)(13) 153 Engines in Buildings 1910.110(e)(11) 150; 1910.110(e)(12) 150 Equipment Approval 1910.110(b)(2) 134 Fire Protection 1910.110(d)(14) 148; 1910.110(f)(7) 151; 1910.110(h)(14) 153 Fuel Handling and Storage 1910.178(f) 267 Gaging Devices 1910.110(b)(19) 142 Liquid Transfer 1910.110(b)(14) 140 Liquid-Level Gaging Devices 1910.110(b)(19) 142 Loading 1910.110(b)(15) 141 Motor Fuel 1910.110(e) 148 Odorizing Gases 1910.110(b)(1) 134 Regulating Equipment 1910.110(b)(6) 135; 1910.110(c)(5) 143; 1910.110(d)(9) 147; 1910.110(e)(9) 149 Indoor 1910.110(c)(5) 143 Location 1910.110(b)(6) 135 Outdoor 1910.110(c)(4) 143 Storage 1910.110 134 Service Stations 1910.110(h) 151 Tank Car Loading 1910.110(b)(15) 141 Transport Trucks 1910.110(b)(15) 141 Trucks 1910.178(b) 265 Converted 1910.178(d) 267 Liquid Fuels Handling and Storage 1910.178(f) 267 Service Stations 1910.106(g) 114 Liquid Heaters, Spray 1910.107(e)(7) 121 Liquid Transfer Anhydrous Ammonia 1910.111(b)(12) 157; 1910.111(f)(6) 160 Flammable Liquids 1910.106(e)(2)(iv) 111; 1910.106(e)(3)(vi) 111 1910.106(f)(3)(vi) 113; 1910.106(g) 114; 1910.106(h)(4) 117; 1910.107(e)(4) 121; 1910.107(e)(9) 121 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(14) 140 Load Handling Crawler, Locomotive and Truck Cranes 1910.180(h) 279 Attaching 1910.180(h)(2) 279 Holding 1910.180(h)(4) 280 Moving 1910.180(h)(3) 279 Size 1910.180(h)(1) 279 Derricks 1910.181(i) 283 Attaching 1910.181(i)(2) 283 Boom Securing 1910.181(i)(6) 284 Holding 1910.181(i)(4) 284 Moving 1910.181(i)(3) 283 Size 1910.181(i)(1) 283 Winch Heads 1910.181(i)(5) 284 Overhead and Gantry Cranes 1910.179(n) 276 Attaching 1910.179(n)(2) 276 Hoist Limit Switches 1910.179(n)(4) 276 Moving 1910.179(n)(3) 276 Size 1910.179(n)(1) 276 Load Ratings Cranes 1910.180(c) 278 Derricks 1910.181(c) 282 Overhead and Gantry Cranes 1910.179(b)(5) 272

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Machine(ry) Guarding Abrasive Wheel Machinery 1910.215 304 Anchoring Fixed Machinery 1910.212(a) 300 1910.212(b) 301 Bakeries 1910.263(c) 360 Barrels 1910.212(a)(4) 301 Blades Exposure 1910.212(a)(5) 301 Calenders 1910.216 311 Containers 1910.212(a)(4) 301 Definitions 1910.211 297 Drums 1910.212(a)(4) 301 Forging Machines 1910.218 326 General Requirements 1910.212(a)(2) 300 Mills 1910.216 311 Point of Operation 1910.212(a)(3) 301 Power Presses 1910.217 312 Power Transmission Equipment 1910.219 327 Types 1910.212(a)(1) 300 Woodworking Machinery 1910.213 301 Machines Abrasive Wheels 1910.215 304 Definitions 1910.211 297 Forging 1910.218 326 Laundry 1910.264 364 Mills and Calenders 1910.216 311 Power Transmission 1910.219 327 Presses, Mechanical 1910.217 312 Textiles 1910.262 357 Woodworking 1910.213 301 Magazines, Explosives 1910.109(c)(2) 125 Class I 1910.109(c)(3) 125 Class II 1910.109(c)(4) 126 Storage 1910.109(c)(5) 126 Maintenance (see also Term To Which It Applies) Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(10) 101 Cranes 1910.179(l) 275 1910.180(f) 279 Derricks 1910.181(f) 283 Fire Alarm Systems 1910.164(c) 248 Fire Extinguishers 1910.157(e) 244 Industrial Plants 1910.106(e)(9) 112 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(5) 99 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(4) 123 Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178(q) 269 Powered Platforms 1910.66(e)(5) 59 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(8) 118 Respirators 1910.134(f) 203; 1910.134(h) 204 Sprinkler Systems 1910.159(c)(2) 246 Standpipe and Hose Systems 1910.158(e) 246 Manholes 1910.23(a)(6) 36; 1910.268(o) 384 Manifolding Gas Cylinders 1910.253(c) 342 Fuel-Gas Manifolds 1910.253(c)(1) 342 Operating Procedures 1910.253(c)(5) 343 Oxygen 1910.253(c)(2) 342; 1910.253(c)(3) 343 Portable Outlet Heaters 1910.253(c)(4) 343 Manlifts 1910.68 75 Application 1910.68(b)(1) 76 Belts 1910.68(c)(1)(ii) 77 Brakes 1910.68(c)(1)(i) 77 Clearances 1910.68(b)(11) 76 Definitions 1910.68(a) 75 Design 1910.68(b)(3) 76 Exit Protection 1910.68(b)(8) 76 Floor Openings 1910.68(b)(5) 76; 1910.68(b)(7) 76 General Requirements 1910.68(b) 76 Guardrails 1910.68(b)(10)(iv) 76; 1910.68(b)(8)(i) 76 Guards 1910.68(b)(7) 76; 1910.68(b)(8) 76; 1910.68(b)(9) 76 Handholds 1910.68(c)(4) 77

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Manlifts Manlifts (continued) Inspections 1910.68(e) 78 Instruction Signs 1910.68(c)(7) 78 Ladders 1910.68(b)(12) 77 Landings 1910.68(b)(6) 76 Lighting 1910.68(b)(14) 77 1910.68(b)(6)(iii) 76 Machinery 1910.68(c) 77 Mechanical Requirements 1910.68(c) 77 Operating Rules 1910.68(d) 78 Platforms 1910.68(c)(3) 77 Speed 1910.68(c)(2) 77 Steps 1910.68(c)(3) 77 Stops 1910.68(c)(5) 77 1910.68(c)(6) 78 Warning Signs 1910.68(c)(7) 78 Weather Protection 1910.68(b)(15) 77 Marine Service Stations 1910.106(g)(4) 116 Markings Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(8)(viii) 101 Compressed Gas Cylinders 1910.253(b)(1) 341 Explosive Actuated Tools 1910.243(d)(3) 334 Eye and Face Protection 1910.133(a)(4) 199 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(b)(1)(v) 96 General 1910.303(e) 421 Hazardous Locations 1910.307(c)(2)(ii) 437 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(1)(iii) 97 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(5) 134; 1910.110(c)(2) 143 Load Ratings Cranes 1910.180(c)(2) 278 Derricks 1910.181(c)(1) 282 Physical Hazards 1910.144 221 Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178(a)(3) 265 Respirators 1910.134(j) 205 Sawmills 1910.265(c)(11) 366 Masons Adjustable Multiple-Point Suspension Scaffolds 1910.28(f) 46 Masons Ladders 1910.25(c)(4)(iii) 39 Matching Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) 1910.1200(g) 697 Materials Handling and Storage Aisles and Passageways 1910.176(a) 263 Clearance Signs 1910.176(e) 263 Cranes Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck 1910.180 277 Overhead and Gantry 1910.179 271 Derricks 1910.181 280 Guarding Openings 1910.176(g) 263 Hazardous Materials, Retention of DOT Markings 1910.1201 705 Hazardous Waste Operations 1910.120(j) 178 1910.120(p)(6) 180 Housekeeping 1910.176(c) 263 Mechanical Equipment 1910.176(a) 263 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(c) 351 1910.261(d) 352 1910.261(m) 357 Railroad Car Blocks 1910.176(f) 263 Secure Storage 1910.176(b) 263 Maximum Allowable Concentration Fluorine 1910.252(c)(5)(ii) 340 Welding Contamination 1910.252(c)(1)(iii) 339 Mechanical Equipment Powered Industrial Trucks 1910.178 265 Mechanical Power Presses 1910.217 312 Air Controlling Equipment 1910.217(b)(10) 313 Brakes Friction 1910.217(b)(2) 312 Monitoring 1910.217(b)(14) 313 Clearances, Work Area 1910.217(f)(3) 316 Clutches Full Revolution 1910.217(b)(3) 312 Part Revolution 1910.217(b)(7) 312 Definitions 1910.211(d) 298 Dies 1910.217(d) 315 Electrical Controls 1910.217(b)(8) 313 Excluded Machines 1910.217(a)(5) 312 Foot Pedals 1910.217(b)(4) 312 Guarding 1910.217(b) 312 Guide Posts 1910.217(d)(4) 315 Hand Feeding Tools 1910.217(c)(4) 315 Hazards Guide Posts 1910.217(d)(4) 315 Personnel 1910.217(b)(1) 312 Hydraulic Equipment 1910.217(b)(11) 313 Injuries 1910.217(g) 316 Inspection, Records 1910.217(e)(1) 315 Instructions 1910.217(f)(2) 316 Lever, Hand-Operated 1910.217(b)(5) 312 Maintenance Records 1910.217(e)(1) 315 Training Personnel 1910.217(e)(3) 316 Modifications 1910.217(a)(4) 312 1910.217(e)(2) 316 Operating Instructions 1910.217(f)(2) 316 Overloading 1910.217(f)(4) 316 Point of Operation 1910.217(c) 313 Pressure Sensing Device Initiation 1910.217(h) 316 Pressure Vessels 1910.217(b)(12) 313 Slide Counterbalances 1910.217(b)(9) 313 Air 1910.217(b)(9)(iii) 313; 1910.217(b)(9)(iv) 313; 1910.217(b)(9)(v) 313 Spring 1910.217(b)(9)(i) 313; 1910.217(b)(9)(ii) 313

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Mechanical Power Presses (continued) Training Maintenance Personnel 1910.217(e)(3) 316Treadles 1910.217(b)(4) 312 Trips, Two-Hand 1910.217(b)(6) 312 Unitized Tooling 1910.217(d)(5) 315 Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus 1910.219 327; Bearings 1910.219(j) 329; 1910.219(p)(3) 330 Belts Care 1910.219(p)(6) 330 Fasteners 1910.219(l)(4) 329 Perches 1910.219(l)(3) 329 Shifters 1910.219(l)(1) 329 Shippers 1910.219(l)(2) 329 Chains 1910.219(f) 329 Clutches 1910.219(k) 329 1910.219(l) 329 Collars 1910.219(i) 329 Couplings 1910.219(i) 329 1910.219(k)(1) 329 Cutoff Couplings 1910.219(k)(1) 329 Definitions 1910.211(f) 300 Drives Belt, Rope, and Chain 1910.219(e) 328 Friction 1910.219(g) 329 Engine Rooms 1910.219(k)(2) 329 Equipment Care 1910.219(p) 330 Excluded Apparatus 1910.219(a)(1) 327 Gears 1910.219(f) 329 Guards Disks 1910.219(m)(1) 329 Hazards 1910.217(b)(1) 312 Horizontal Overhead Belts 1910.219(o)(3) 330 Rope and Chain Drives 1910.219(o)(4) 330 Materials 1910.219(m)(1) 329; 1910.219(o) 330 Prime Mover 1910.219(b) 328 Standard 1910.219(m) 329 Manufacturing Methods 1910.219(m)(2) 330 Materials 1910.219(m)(1) 329 Toeboards 1910.219(o)(5) 330 Wooden 1910.219(o)(2) 330 Hangers 1910.219(p)(4) 330 Hazards 1910.217(b)(1) 312 Keys 1910.219(h) 329 Located in Basements, Towers, and Rooms 1910.219(c)(5) 328 Lubrication 1910.219(p)(7) 330 Prime-Mover Guards 1910.219(b) 328 Connecting Rods 1910.219(b)(2) 328 Cranks 1910.219(b)(2) 328 Extension Piston Rods 1910.219(b)(3) 328 Flywheels 1910.219(b)(1) 328 Hazards 1910.217(b)(1) 312 Tail Rods 1910.219(b)(3) 328 Projections 1910.219(h) 329 Pulleys 1910.219(d) 328; 1910.219(k) 329; 1910.219(p)(5) 330 Setscrews 1910.219(h) 329 Shafting 1910.219(c) 328 Care 1910.219(p)(2) 330 Guarding 1910.219(c)(2) 328; 1910.219(c)(3) 328 Installation 1910.219(c)(1) 328 Projecting Shafts 1910.219(c)(4) 328 Sprockets 1910.219(f) 329 Textile Industry 1910.219(a)(3) 327 Medical Services (see also First Aid, Personal Protective Equipment) 1910.151 239 Mercantile Occupancies 1910.106(d)(5)(iv) 109 Mercury 1910.252(c)(10) 340 Metal Ladders, Portable (see also Portable Metal under Ladders) 1910.26 39 Methyl Chloromethyl Ether (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Methylene Chloride 1910.1052 677 Compliance Methods 1910.1052(f) 679 Dates 1910.1052(n) 682 Definitions 1910.1052(b) 677 Employee Information 1910.1052(l) 682 Exposure Monitoring 1910.1052(d) 678 Exposure, Permissible Limits 1910.1052(c) 678 Hazard Communication 1910.1052(k) 682 Hygiene Facilities 1910.1052(i) 679 Medical Surveillance 1910.1052(j) 680 Protective Clothing 1910.1052(h) 679 Protective Equipment 1910.1052(h) 679 Recordkeeping 1910.1052(m) 682 Regulated Areas 1910.1052(e) 679 Respiratory Protection 1910.1052(g) 679 Scope 1910.1052(a) 677 Training, Employee 1910.1052(l) 682 4,4-Methylenedianiline (MDA) 1910.1050' 656 AirborneConcentration 1910.1050(c)' 657 Compliance 1910.1050(g)' 658 Definitions 1910.1050(b)' 656 Emergency Situations 1910.1050(d) 657 Exposure, Permissible Limits 1910.1050(c) 657 HazardCommunication 1910.1050(k) 659 Housekeeping 1910.1050(l) 659 Hygiene Facilitiesand Practices 1910.1050(j) 658 Medical Surveillance 1910.1050(m) 659

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NAICS Codes Addendum 733 Needle Beam Scaffolds 1910.28(n) 49 Platform Spans 1910.28(n)(4) 49 Rope Attachments 1910.28(n)(3) 49 Ropes and Hangers 1910.28(n)(2) 49 Supports 1910.28(n)(7) 49 Tools 1910.28(n)(6) 49 Wood Needle Beams 1910.28(n)(1) 49 Work Surfaces 1910.28(n)(8) 49 4-Nitrobiphenyl (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Nitrous Oxide 1910.105 101 N-Nitrosodimethylamine (see also Carcinogens) 1910.1003 490 Noise Exposure 1910.95 86 Personal Protective Equipment 1910.95(b)(1) 86; 1910.95(c) 87; 1910.95(i) 88; 1910.95(j) 88 Nonionizing Radiation 1910.97 94 Electromagnetic Radiation 1910.97(a) 94 Noxious Gases, Storage Areas 1910.178(i) 267 Nozzles Abrasive Blasting 1910.244(b) 335; 1910.94(a)(2)(iii) 79 Gasoline 1910.106(g)(3)(vi) 116 Standpipe 1910.158(c)(4) 246 NRC Licensees 1910.1096(p) 693 Nuclear Regulatory Commission Licensees 1910.1096(p) 693

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Occupational Noise Exposure 1910.95 86 Odorizing Gases 1910.110(b)(1) 134 Openings 1910.23 36 Tanks Inside 1910.106(b)(4)(iv) 106 Open-Sided Floors 1910.23(c) 36 Organic Peroxide Coatings 1910.107(m) 123 OSHA General Duty Clause Addendum 727 Outdoor Storage, Flammable Liquids 1910.106(d)(6) 110 Outlet Heaters, Welding 1910.253(c)(4) 343 Protective Equipment 1910.253(e)(4) 345 Outrigger Scaffolds 1910.28(e) 46 Outside Storage Trucks 1910.178(c)(2)(ix) 267; 1910.178(c)(2)(xi) 267 Ovens 1910.263(l) 363 Direct Recirculating Ovens 1910.263(l)(11) 364 Direct-Fired Ovens 1910.263(l)(10) 364 Electrical Heating Equipment 1910.263(l)(8) 363 General Requirements 1910.263(l)(9) 363 Indirect Recirculating Ovens 1910.263(l)(15) 364 Location 1910.263(l)(1) 363 Mechanical Parts 1910.263(l)(3) 363 Overhead and Gantry Cranes 1910.179 271 Access 1910.179(c)(2) 272 Adjustments 1910.179(l)(3) 276 Brakes 1910.179(f) 273 Bridge Bumpers 1910.179(e)(2) 273 Cabs 1910.179(c) 272 1910.179(o)(2) 277 Clearances 1910.179(b)(6) 272 1910.179(b)(7) 272 Definitions 1910.179(a) 271 Effective Dates 1910.179(b)(2) 272 Electric Equipment 1910.179(g) 274

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Overhead and Gantry Cranes (continued) Fire Extinguishers 1910.179(c)(3) 272 1910.179(o)(3) 277 Footwalks 1910.179(d) 273 Guards 1910.179(e)(5) 273; 1910.179(e)(6) 273 Handrails 1910.179(d)(3) 273; 1910.179(d)(4)(ii) 273 Hoisting Equipment 1910.179(h) 274 Hoisting Ropes, Guards 1910.179(e)(5) 273 Inspections 1910.179(j) 275; 1910.179(m) 276 Classification 1910.179(j)(1) 275 Frequent 1910.179(j)(2) 275 Idle Cranes 1910.179(j)(4) 275 Initial 1910.179(j)(1)(i) 275 Periodic 1910.179(j)(3) 275 Ropes 1910.179(m) 276 Ladders 1910.179(d)(4) 273 1910.179(o)(1) 276 Lighting 1910.179(c)(4) 272 Load Handling 1910.179(n) 276 Maintenance 1910.179(l) 275 Modifications 1910.179(b)(3) 272 Moving Parts, Guards 1910.179(e)(6) 273 Personnel 1910.179(b)(8) 272 Rail Clamps 1910.179(b)(4) 272 Rail Sweeps 1910.179(e)(4) 273 Rated Load Markings 1910.179(b)(5) 272 Tests 1910.179(k)(2) 275 Repairs 1910.179(l)(3) 276 Ropes Hoisting 1910.179(e)(5) 273 Inspection 1910.179(m) 276 Stairways 1910.179(d)(4) 273 Testing 1910.179(k) 275 Toeboards 1910.179(d)(3) 273 Trolley Bumpers 1910.179(e)(3) 273 Trolley Stops 1910.179(e)(1) 273 Warning Devices 1910.179(i) 275 Wind Indicators 1910.179(b)(4) 272 Overhead Lines 1910.333(c)(3) 442 Overspray Collectors 1910.107(b)(5) 119 Oxygen (see also Bulk Oxygen Systems) 1910.104 100 Fuel-Gas Systems 1910.253 341 Outlet Heaters 1910.253(c)(4) 343 Piping Systems 1910.253(d) 343 Protective Equipment 1910.253(e) 344 Manifolds High Pressure 1910.253(c)(2) 342 Low Pressure 1910.253(c)(3) 343 Storage 1910.253(b)(4) 341

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4,4-Methylenedianiline (MDA) (continued) Monitoring 1910.1050(e) 657; 1910.1050(o) 662 Personal Protective Equipment andClothing 1910.1050(i) 658 Recordkeeping 1910.1050(n) 662 RegulatedAreas 1910.1050(f) 657 RespiratoryProtection 1910.1050(h) 658 Mills Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard (see also Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills) 1910.261 351 Roll Heights 1910.216(a)(4) 311 Rubber and Plastics Industry 1910.216 311 Definitions 1910.211(c) 298 Location Protection 1910.216(d)(1) 312 Roll Heights 1910.216(a)(4) 311 Safety Controls 1910.216(b) 311 Auxiliary Equipment 1910.216(b)(3) 312 Safety Trip Controls 1910.216(b)(1) 311 Stopping Limits 1910.216(f)(1) 312 1910.216(f)(2) 312 Switches, Trip and Emergency 1910.216(e) 312 Mixing Blasting Agents 1910.109(g)(2) 128; 1910.109(g)(3) 129; 1910.109(h)(3) 131; 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Explosives 1910.109(h)(3) 131; 1910.109(h)(4) 131 Mobile Ladder Stands 1910.29(f) 51 Mobile Scaffolds 1910.29 50 Mobile Work Platforms 1910.29(e) 51 Molding Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Mortising Machines 1910.213(l) 303 Multi-Employer Citation Policy Addendum 727 Multi-Piece Rim Wheels 1910.177 263

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Painters Stepladders 1910.25(c)(4)(ii)' 39 Paints Color Code 1910.144 221 Fire Retardant 1910.37(c) 54 Paper and Paperboard Mills (see also Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills) 1910.261 351 Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) 1910.1000 461 Permit-Required Confined Spaces (see also Confined Spaces, Permit-Required) 1910.146 223 Personal Protective Equipment (see also Term to Which It Applies) Abrasive Blasting 1910.94(a)(5) 79 Asbestos Exposure 1910.1001(g) 470; 1910.1001(h) 470 Electrical Protective Equipment 1910.268(f) 380; 1910.137 214 Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices, Use of PPE 1910.333(c)(2) 442 Electrical Workers 1910.335(a) 444 Eye Protection 1910.133 199 Face Protection 1910.133 199 Foot Protection 1910.136 214 General Requirements 1910.132 199 Grinding Operations 1910.218(j)(5) 327 Hand Protection 1910.138 216 Hazardous Waste Operations 1910.120(g) 177 Head Protection 1910.135 214 Noise Exposure 1910.95(b)(1) 86; 1910.95(c) 87; 1910.95(i) 88; 1910.95(j) 88 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(g)(2) 353; 1910.261(g)(5) 353 1910.261(i)(4) 355; 1910.261(k)(3) 355 Respiratory Protection 1910.134 200 Rubber Protective Equipment 1910.137 214 Telecommunications Insulating Equipment 1910.268(f) 380 Welding 1910.252(b) 338 Booths 1910.252(b)(2)(iii) 338 Cable 1910.252(b)(1)(ii) 338 Clothing 1910.252(b)(3) 339 Eye Protection 1910.252(b)(2) 338 Helmets 1910.252(b)(2) 338 Railing 1910.252(b)(1)(i) 338 Shade Numbers, Lenses 1910.252(b)(2)(ii) 338 Physical Hazards Markings (see also Color Codes, Markings) 1910.144 221 Piers and Wharves 1910.178(c)(2)(x) 267

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Piping Piping Tubing and Fittings Anhydrous Ammonia 1910.111(b)(7) 155 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(5) 101 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(b)(1)(ii) 95; 1910.103(b)(1)(iii) 95 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(1)(iv) 97; 1910.103(c)(1)(v) 97 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(8) 135 Safety Relief Devices 1910.103(b)(1)(ii) 95; 1910.103(c)(1)(iv) 97 Valves and Fittings Corrosion Protection 1910.106(c)(5) 108 Design 1910.106(c)(1)(i) 108 Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(c) 108 Joints 1910.106(c)(3) 108 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(h)(9) 152 Materials 1910.106(c)(2) 108 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(4)(ii) 117 Supports 1910.106(c)(4) 108 Testing 1910.106(c)(7) 108 Valves 1910.106(c)(6) 108 Piping Systems, Oxygen-Fuel 1910.253(d) 343 Fittings 1910.253(d)(1) 343 Installation 1910.253(d)(3) 344 Painting 1910.253(d)(4) 344 Piping 1910.253(d)(1) 343 Piping Joints 1910.253(d)(2) 343 Pressure Relief Devices 1910.253(e)(2) 344 Protective Equipment 1910.253(e)(3) 344; 1910.253(e)(4) 345 Signs 1910.253(d)(4) 344 Station Outlets 1910.253(e)(4) 345 Testing 1910.253(d)(5) 344 X-Ray Inspections 1910.252(d)(1)(vii) 341 Pits 1910.23(a)(5) 36 Drains 1910.110(d)(11) 147 Planing Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Plans, Written Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030(c) 597 Chemical Hygiene Plan 1910.1450(e) 707 Confined Space (Permit Required) 1910.146(c) 224 Electrical Safety 1910.333(b) 442 Emergency Action 1910.66(e)(9) 59 1910.38(b) 55 Emergency Response 1910.120(q) 181 Fire Prevention 1910.39(b) 55 Hazard Communication 1910.1200(e) 696 HAZWOPER 1910.120(b) 173 Lockout/Tagout 1910.147(c) 235 Personal Protective Equipment/Hazard Assessment 1910.132(d) 199 Process Safety 1910.119(c) 161; 1910.119(d) 161; 1910.119(f) 162 Respiratory Protection 1910.134(c) 201 Plasterers Scaffolds 1910.28(o)' 49 Plastics Industry (see also Rubber and Plastics Industry under Mills) 1910.216 311 Auxiliary Equipment 1910.216(a)(3) 311 Mills and Calenders 1910.216 311 Platforms Lift Trucks (see also Powered Industrial Trucks) 1910.178 265 Scaffolds (see also Scaffolds) 1910.23(c) 36 Guarding 1910.23(c) 36 Manlifts 1910.68(c)(3) 77 Pneumatic Powered Tools 1910.243(b) 332 Airhoses 1910.243(b)(2) 332 Tool Retainer 1910.243(b)(1) 332 Point of Operation Guarding 1910.212(a)(3) 301; 1910.217(c) 313 Portable Metal Ladders (see also Portable Metal under Ladders) 1910.26 39 Portable Tools (see also Powered Tools, Hand and Portable) 1910.244 335 Portable Wood Ladders (see also Portable Wood under Ladders) 1910.25 38 Power Lines 1910.333(c)(3) 442 Powered Industrial Trucks Approval Labels 1910.178(a)(3) 265 Batteries 1910.178(g) 267 Combustible Dusts 1910.178(c)(2)(vi) 267 Converted 1910.178(d) 267; 1910.178(q)(12) 270 Design and Construction 1910.178(a)(2) 265 Designated Locations 1910.178(c) 265 Designations, Trucks 1910.178(b) 265 D 1910.178(b)(1) 265 DS 1910.178(b)(2) 265 DY 1910.178(b)(3) 265 E 1910.178(b)(4) 265 EE 1910.178(b)(6) 265 ES 1910.178(b)(5) 265 EX 1910.178(b)(7) 265 G 1910.178(b)(8) 265 GS 1910.178(b)(9) 265 LP 1910.178(b)(10) 265 LPS 1910.178(b)(11) 265 Front-End Attachments 1910.178(a)(5) 265 Fuel Hauling 1910.178(f) 267 Gases and Fumes 1910.178(i) 267 Grain Handling 1910.178(c)(2)(vi) 267 Hazardous Materials 1910.178(c)(2) 265 Lighting 1910.178(h) 267 Loading 1910.178(o) 269 Maintenance 1910.178(q) 269 Markings 1910.178(a)(6) 265 Modifications 1910.178(a)(4) 265

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Powered Industrial Trucks (continued) Operations 1910.178(m) 268; 1910.178(p) 269 Repairs 1910.178(q) 269 Safety Guards 1910.178(e) 267 Training Operators 1910.178(l) 268 Traveling 1910.178(n) 269 Truck Operations 1910.178(m) 268; 1910.178(p) 269 Powered Platforms Access 1910.66(f)(3)(iii) 60 Application 1910.66(b) 57 Buildings, Affected Parts 1910.66(e) 58 Electrical 1910.66(e)(11) 59; 1910.66(f)(8) 63 Equipment 1910.66(f) 59 Fall Arrest Systems 1910.66(j) 65 Hoisting Equipment 1910.66(f)(4) 61; 1910.66(g)(6) 64 Inspections 1910.66(g) 63 Lockout 1910.66(f)(3)(i) 60 Maintenance 1910.66(e)(10) 59; 1910.66(e)(5) 59; 1910.66(g) 63; 1910.66(h) 64 Operations 1910.66(i) 64 Reshackling Hoists 1910.66(h)(4) 64 Ropes 1910.66(f)(7) 63; 1910.66(g)(5) 64; 1910.66(h)(3) 64 1910.66(h)(4) 64 Tests 1910.66(g) 63 Powered Tools, Hand and Portable Abrasive Wheels 1910.243(c) 332 Compressed Air for Cleaning 1910.242(b) 332 Definitions 1910.241 331 Explosive Actuated Fastening Tools 1910.243(d) 333 Lawnmowers, Power 1910.243(e) 334 Pneumatic Powered Tools 1910.243(b) 332 Woodworking 1910.243(a) 332 Presses Cold Trimming 1910.218(g)(2) 327 Forging 1910.218(f) 327 Hot Trimming 1910.218(g)(1) 327 Hydraulic Forging 1910.218(f)(2) 327 Mechanical Power Presses 1910.217 312 Trimming 1910.218(g) 327 Pressure Gages, Air Receivers 1910.169(b)(3) 261 Pressure Vessels Chemical Plants 1910.106(i)(3) 119 Distilleries 1910.106(i)(3) 119 Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(b)(1)(v) 103 Mechanical Power Presses 1910.217(b)(12) 313 Refineries 1910.106(i)(3) 119 Prime-Mover Guards 1910.219(b) 328 Primers, Ammunition 1910.109(j)(4) 133 Process Safety Management, Highly Hazardous Chemicals (see also Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Process 1910.119 161 Processing Plants, Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(h) 117 Buildings 1910.106(h)(3) 117 Fire Protection 1910.106(h)(6) 118 Housekeeping 1910.106(h)(8) 118 Ignition Sources 1910.106(h)(7) 118 Liquid Handling 1910.106(h)(4) 117 Loading 1910.106(h)(5) 118 Location 1910.106(h)(2) 117 Maintenance 1910.106(h)(8) 118 Scope 1910.106(h)(1) 117 Profile Lathes 1910.213(o) 303 Projections 1910.219(h) 329 Protective Clothing (see also Clothing, Protective) 1910.132 199 Protective Equipment, Piping (see also Personal Protective Equipment) 1910.253(e) 344 Hoses and Connections 1910.253(b)(5) 341 Pressure-Reducing Regulations 1910.253(e)(6) 345 Station Outlet 1910.253(e)(4) 345 Pulleys 1910.219(d) 328; 1910.219(k) 329; 1910.219(p)(5) 330 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills 1910.261 351 Barking Devices 1910.261(c)(12) 352 Belt Conveyors 1910.261(c)(15) 352 Bleaching 1910.261(h) 354 Chemical Processes 1910.261(g) 353 Cranes 1910.261(c)(8) 351 Finishing Rooms 1910.261(l) 356 Guards 1910.261(b)(1) 351 Hand Tools 1910.261(c)(13) 352 Handling 1910.261(c) 351; 1910.261(d) 352 Lighting 1910.261(b)(2) 351; 1910.261(c)(10) 352; 1910.261(k)(21) 356 Lockouts 1910.261(b)(1) 351 Machine Rooms 1910.261(k) 355 Materials Handling 1910.261(m) 357 Mechanical Pulp Process 1910.261(i) 355 Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment 1910.261(d)(1) 352 1910.261(k)(3) 355 Pulpwood Handling 1910.261(c) 351 Preparation 1910.261(e) 352 Removal 1910.261(c)(14) 352 Rags and Old Paper 1910.261(f) 353 Safe Practices 1910.261(b) 351 Signs Conveyors 1910.261(c)(16) 352 Traffic 1910.261(c)(9) 352

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Ropes Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills (continued) Standards Sources 1910.261(a)(3) 351; 1910.261(a)(4) 351 Stock Preparation 1910.261(j) 355 Storage 1910.261(c) 351; 1910.261(d) 352 Clearances 1910.261(d)(2) 352 Piling 1910.261(d)(3) 352 Traffic Warning Signs 1910.261(c)(9) 352 Pulpwood Logging 1910.266 372 Pumps, Gasoline (see also Service Stations) 1910.106(g)(3) 115 1910.106(g)(4) 116 Pyrotechnics 1910.109(k) 133

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Radial Saws 1910.213(h) 302 Radiation Ionizing 1910.1096 689 Nonionizing 1910.97 94 Radioactive Materials Packaged 1910.1096(h) 692 Storage 1910.1096(j) 692 Rail Clamps 1910.179(b)(4) 272; 1910.180(i)(1) 280 Rail Sweeps 1910.179(e)(4) 273 Railroad Cars 1910.176(f) 263; 1910.178(k)(2) 267; 1910.178(k)(3) 267; 1910.178(k)(4) 268 Explosives 1910.109(f) 128 Rated Load Markings, Cranes 1910.179(b)(5) 272 Rated Load Test Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes 1910.180(e)(2) 279 Overhead and Gantry Cranes 1910.179(k)(2) 275 Recording and Reporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses 2001 Data, Summary and Posting 1904.43 19 Annual Summary 1904.32 16 Change in Business Ownership 1904.34 17 Definitions 1904.46 20 Discrimination Prohibited 1904.36 17 Employee Involvement 1904.35 17 Employers With 10 or Fewer Employees 1904.1 9 Establishments with Partial Exemption 1904.2 9 1904 Appendix A to Subpart B 9 Forms 300, 300A and 301 1904.29 15 2001 Data 1904.43 19 Annual Summary 1904.32 16 Covered Employees 1904.31 16 Multiple Business Establishments 1904.30 16 Old Forms, Retention and Updating 1904.44 20 Retention and Updating 1904.33 17 New Cases, Determination of 1904.6 11 OMB Control Numbers 1904.45 20 OSHA Survey 1904.41 19 Recording Criteria General 1904.4 10; 1904.7 11 Medical Removal Under OSHA Standards 1904.9 14 Needlestick and Sharps Injuries 1904.8 14 Occupational Hearing Loss 1904.10 14 Tuberculosis 1904.11 15 Recordkeeping Covered Employees 1904.31 16 Employers With 10 or Fewer Employees 1904.1 9 Establishments 1904.30 16 Establishments with Partial Exemption 1904.2 9 More than One Agency 1904.3 9 Multiple Business Establishments 1904.30 16 Rule Variances 1904.38 18 State Regulations 1904.37 17 Reporting Bureau of Labor Statistics, Requests for Data 1904.42 19 Fatalities and Multiple Hospitalization Incidents to OSHA 1904.39 18 Government Representatives, Providing Records to 1904.40 19 OSHA Survey 1904.41 19 Work-Relatedness, Determination of 1904.5 10 Recordkeeping Asbestos 1910.1001(m) 473 1910.1030(h) Bloodborne Pathogens, Exposure to 1910.1030(f)(6) 601; 602 Building Inspection, Assurance for Powered Platform Use 1910.66(c) 57 Communicable Diseases 1910.142(l)(1) 221; 1910.142(l)(2) 221 Cranes Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck 1910.180(d)(2) 278; 1910.180(d)(6) 279; 1910.180(e)(2) 279; 1910.180(g)(1) 279; 1910.180(g)(2) 279 Overhead and Gantry 1910.179(k)(2) 275; 1910.179(m)(1) 276 1910.179(m)(2) 276 Derricks 1910.181(g)(1) 283; 1910.181(g)(3) 283 Forging Equipment 1910.218(a)(2) 326 Injury Reporting, Welding 1910.252(c)(13) 340 Ionizing Radiation Exposure 1910.1096(m) 692; 1910.1096(n) 692 1910.1096(o) 693 Labor Camps 1910.142(l) 221 Liquid Storage 1910.106(g)(1) 114 Manlifts 1910.68(e)(3) 78 Mechanical Power Presses 1910.217(e)(1) 315 Power Press Inspection 1910.217(e)(1) 315 Powered Platforms Inspection 1910.66(g) 63 Radiation Exposure 1910.1096(b)(2)(iii) 689; 1910.1096(m)(1) 692 1910.1096(n) 692; 1910.1096(o)(1) 693

Recordkeeping (continued) Respirators 1910.134(m) 206 Welding Operations 1910.252(c)(13) 340; 1910.255(e) 350 Recreational Diving 1910 Appendix C 457 Refineries, Chemical Plants, and Distilleries 1910.106(i) 118 Fire Protection 1910.106(i)(5) 119 Pressure Vessels 1910.106(i)(3) 119 Process Unit Location 1910.106(i)(4) 119 Scope 1910.106(j) 119 Storage Tanks 1910.106(i)(1) 118 Wharves 1910.106(i)(2) 118 Refueling Cranes 1910.180(i)(4) 280 Derricks 1910.181(j)(4) 284 Trucks 1910.178(p)(2) 269 Refuse (see also Waste Disposal) 1910.141(a)(4) 219 Disposal 1910.142(h) 221 Receptacles 1910.141(a)(4)(i) 219 Remote Gas Pumping Systems 1910.106(g)(3)(v) 115 Resistance Welding Equipment 1910.255 349 Capacitor Discharge Welding 1910.255(b)(2) 349 Foot Switches 1910.255(b)(6) 350 Grounding 1910.255(b)(9) 350 Guarding 1910.255(a)(4) 349 1910.255(b)(4) 349 Installation 1910.255(a)(1) 349 Interlocks 1910.255(b)(3) 349 Personnel 1910.255(a)(3) 349 Safety Pins 1910.255(b)(8) 350 Shields 1910.255(b)(5) 349 Spot and Seam Welding 1910.255(b) 349 Stop Buttons 1910.255(b)(7) 350 Thermal Protection 1910.255(a)(2) 349 Voltage 1910.255(b)(1) 349 Resistors, Cranes 1910.179(g)(4) 274 Respirators 1910.134 200 Abrasive Blasting 1910.94(a)(1)(ii) 79; 1910.94(a)(5) 79 Air Supply 1910.134(d) 201 1910.94(a)(6) 80 Asbestos 1910.1001(g) 470 Cleaning 1910.134(c)(1)(v) 201; 1910.134(h)(1) 204; 1910.134 Appendix B-2 213 Color Codes 1910.134(j) 205 Fire Brigades 1910.156(f) 243 Identification 1910.134(j) 205 Inspection 1910.134(f) 203; 1910.134(h)(3) 204 Labeling 1910.134(j) 205 Maintenance 1910.134(f) 203; 1910.134(h) 204 Medical Evaluation 1910.134(e) 202; 1910.134 Appendix C 213 Minimum Acceptable Program 1910.134(c) 201 Positive-Pressure 1910.156(f)(2) 244 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(d) 352; 1910.261(g)(2) 353 1910.261(g)(10) 354; 1910.261(g)(15)(ii) 354; 1910.261(g)(6) 353 Repairs 1910.134(h)(4) 205 Selection 1910.134(d) 201 Storage 1910.134(h)(2) 204 Training 1910.134(k) 205 Use 1910.134(g) 204; 1910.134(i) 205; 1910.134 Appendix D 214 Welding 1910.252(c)(4)(ii) 340; 1910.252(c)(4)(iii) 340; 1910.252(c)(10) 340; 1910.252(c)(5)(ii) 340; 1910.252(c)(7)(ii) 340; 1910.252(c)(8) 340; 1910.252(c)(9) 340; Respiratory Protection (see also Respirators) 1910.134 200 Air Quality 1910.134(c) 201; 1910.134(d) 201; 1910.134(i) 205; 1910.94(a)(6) 80 Air Supply 1910.134(d) 201; 1910.94(a)(6) 80 Definitions 1910.134(b) 200 Fire Brigades 1910.156(f) 243 Fit Testing 1910.134(f) 203; 1910.134(m)(2) 206; 1910.134 Appendix A 206 Gas Mask Canister Identification 1910.134(j) 205 Minimum Acceptable Program 1910.134(c) 201 Permissible Practices 1910.134(a) 200 Respirators 1910.134(b) 200; 1910.134(c) 201; 1910.134(e) 202 Use 1910.134(g) 204; 1910.134(i) 205; 1910.134 Appendix D 214 Rim Wheels 1910.177 263 Ring Test 1910.215(d)(1) 307 Ripsaws 1910.213(c) 301 Rodent Control 1910.141(a)(5) 219 Labor Camps 1910.142(j) 221 Roll Coatings 1910.126(c) 198 Rolling Scaffolds 1910.29(e) 51 Roofing Brackets 1910.28(s) 50 Catch Platforms 1910.28(s)(3) 50 Construction 1910.28(s)(1) 50 Supports 1910.28(s)(2) 50 Rope Inspections Cranes 1910.179(m) 276 1910.180(g) 279 Derricks 1910.181(g) 283 Ropes Cranes 1910.179(m) 276; 1910.180(g) 279 Hoists 1910.179(h)(2) 275 Inspections 1910.179(m) 276; 1910.180(g) 279 Running 1910.179(m)(1) 276; 1910.180(g)(1) 279 Derricks 1910.181(g) 283 Idle Ropes 1910.181(g)(3) 283 Limited Travel 1910.181(g)(2) 283 Nonrotating Ropes 1910.181(g)(4) 283 Running 1910.181(g)(1) 283 Powered Platforms 1910.66(f)(7) 63; 1910.66(g)(5) 64; 1910.66(h)(3) 64

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Rotary Lawnmowers Rotary Lawnmowers 1910.243(e)(1) 334; 1910.243(e)(4) 335 Rotating Work Platforms (see also Vehicle Mounted under Work Platforms) 1910.67 74 Rubber Industry (see also Rubber and Plastics Industry under Mills) 1910.216 311 Auxiliary Equipment 1910.216(a)(3) 311; 1910.216(b)(3) 312 Mills and Calenders 1910.216 311 Roll Heights 1910.216(a)(4) 311 Safety Controls 1910.216(b) 311 Rubber Protective Equipment 1910.137 214 Rung Ladders, Portable 1910.25(c)(3) 38 Running Ropes Cranes 1910.179(m)(1) 276; 1910.180(g)(1) 279 Derricks 1910.181(g)(1) 283 Runway Conductors, Cranes 1910.179(g)(6) 274 Runway Protection 1910.23(c) 36

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739 Safety Belts Powered Platforms 1910.66(f)(5)(ii) 61; 1910.66(j) 65 Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills 1910.261(e)(18) 353 1910.261(g)(2)(ii) 353; 1910.261(g)(15)(iii) 354; 1910.261(g)(8) 353; 1910.261(j)(5)(ii) 355; 1910.261(k)(13)(ii) 356 Scaffolding 1910.28(j)(4) 48; 1910.28(n)(8) 49; 1910.28(s)(3) 50; 1910.28(t)(2) 50; 1910.28(u)(6) 50; Safety Instruction Signs 1910.145(c)(3) 222; 1910.145(d)(6) 222 Safety Relief Devices Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(6) 101; 1910.104(b)(7)(ii) 101 Flammable Liquids 1910.107(e)(8) 121 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(b)(1)(ii) 95 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(1)(iv) 97 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(10) 137; 1910.110(c)(7) 145 1910.110(d)(4) 146; 1910.110(e)(7) 149; 1910.110(h)(4) 151 Non-DOT Containers 1910.110(d)(4) 146 Spraying 1910.107(e)(8) 121 Sanding Machines 1910.243(a)(3) 332 1910.213(p) 303 Sanitation 1910.141 219 Change Rooms 1910.141(e) 220 Clothes Drying Facilities 1910.141(f) 220 Definitions 1910.141(a)(2) 219 Food Handling 1910.141(h) 220 Hazardous Waste Operations 1910.120(n) 179 Housekeeping 1910.141(a)(3) 219 Insect Control 1910.141(a)(5) 219 Lunchrooms 1910.141(g) 220 Rodent Control 1910.141(a)(5) 219 Scope 1910.141(a)(1) 219 Toilet Facilities 1910.141(c) 219 Vermin Control 1910.141(a)(5) 219 Washing Facilities 1910.141(d) 220 Waste Disposal 1910.141(a)(4) 219 Water Supply 1910.141(b) 219 Sawmills 1910.265 365 Bins, Bunkers, Hoppers, and Fuel Houses 1910.265(c)(23) 367 Guarding 1910.265(c)(23)(i) 367 Lighting 1910.265(c)(23)(iii) 367 Loading Bins 1910.265(c)(23)(ii) 367 Walkways 1910.265(c)(23)(iv) 367 Blower Systems 1910.265(c)(20) 367 Burners 1910.265(c)(29) 368 Chippers 1910.265(c)(21) 367 Collecting Systems 1910.265(c)(20) 367 Conveyors 1910.265(c)(18) 366 Definitions 1910.265(b) 365 Docks 1910.265(c)(4) 366 Emergency Exits 1910.265(c)(6) 366 Exhaust Systems 1910.265(c)(20) 367 Fire Escapes 1910.265(c)(6) 366 Floors 1910.265(c)(3) 366 Gas Piping and Appliances 1910.265(c)(15) 366 General Requirements 1910.265(a) 365 Handrails 1910.265(c)(5)(ii) 366 Hydraulic Systems 1910.265(c)(13) 366 Kilns, Dry 1910.265(f) 371 Lighting 1910.265(c)(23)(iii) 367; 1910.265(c)(5)(iii) 366; 1910.265(c)(9) 366 Loading 1910.265(c)(28) 368 Log Breakdown 1910.265(e) 370 Log Handling, Sorting, and Storage 1910.265(d) 369 Barking Devices 1910.265(d)(4) 370 Safety and Health Management Guidelines Addendum

Log Handling, Sorting, and Storage 1910.265(d) 369 Barking Devices 1910.265(d)(4) 370 Log Decks 1910.265(d)(3) 370 Storage Areas 1910.265(d)(2) 369 Unloading Areas 1910.265(d)(2) 369 Methods 1910.265(d)(1) 369 Lumber Loading 1910.265(c)(28) 368 Piling 1910.265(c)(27) 368 Storage 1910.265(c)(27) 368 Marking Physical Hazards 1910.265(c)(11) 366 Platforms 1910.265(c)(4) 366

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Spray Finishing (continued) Organic Peroxide Coatings 1910.107(m) 123 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l) 123 Scope 1910.107(n) 123 Spray Booths 1910.107(b) 119 1910.94(c)(3) 84 Spray Rooms 1910.94(c)(4) 84 Undercoatings 1910.107(k) 123 Velocity 1910.94(c)(6) 85 Ventilation 1910.107(d) 120 1910.94(c)(5) 84 Spray Liquid Heaters 1910.107(e)(7) 121 Spraying Operations 1910.107(g) 121 Sprinkler Systems, Automatic 1910.159 246 Acceptance Tests 1910.159(c)(3) 246 Design 1910.159(c)(1) 246 Dip Tanks 1910.126(g)(7)(i) 198 Drainage 1910.159(c)(7) 246 Exemptions 1910.159(b) 246 Hose Connections 1910.159(c)(5) 246 Hydraulically Designed 1910.159(c)(11) 246 Maintenance 1910.159(c)(2) 246 Protection of Piping 1910.159(c)(6) 246 Scope and Application 1910.159(a) 246 Sprinkler Alarms 1910.159(c)(9) 246 Sprinkler Spacing 1910.159(c)(10) 246 Sprinklers 1910.159(c)(8) 246 Water Supply 1910.159(c)(4) 246 Sprockets 1910.219(f) 329 Stainless Steel Cutting 1910.252(c)(12) 340 Stairs, Fixed Industrial 1910.24 38 Handrails 1910.24(h) 38 Length of Stairways 1910.24(g) 38 Railings 1910.24(h) 38 Rise Angle 1910.24(e) 38 Strength 1910.24(c) 38 Treads 1910.24(f) 38 Vertical Clearance 1910.24(i) 38 Width 1910.24(d) 38 Standpipe and Hose Systems 1910.158 245 Equipment 1910.158(c) 245 Hose 1910.158(c)(3) 245 Outlets and Connections 1910.158(c)(2) 245 Nozzles 1910.158(c)(4) 246 Reels and Cabinets 1910.158(c)(1) 245 Exceptions 1910.158(a)(2) 245 Maintenance 1910.158(e)(2) 246 Protection 1910.158(b) 245 Scope and Application 1910.158(a) 245 Tests 1910.158(e)(1) 246 Water Supply 1910.158(d) 246 Stands, Ladder (see also Scaffolds) 1910.29 50 Static Sparks 1910.219(p)(2)(ii) 330 Steel Erection Bridging Terminus Points 1910 Appendix C 418 Stepladders, Portable Metal 1910.26(a)(3) 39 Wood 1910.25(c)(2) 38 Sticking Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Stiff Leg Derricks (see also Derricks) 1910.181(a)(9) 281 Stone Setters Adjustable Multiple-Point Suspension Scaffolds 1910.28(h) 48 Storage Aisles and Passageways 1910.176(a) 263 Ammonium Nitrate 1910.109(i) 132 Anhydrous Ammonia 1910.111 153 Batteries 1910.305(j)(7) 432 1910.178(g) 267 Blasting Agents 1910.109(g)(5) 130 Bridge Cranes 1910.179 271 Buildings 1910.106(d)(5) 109 Office Occupancies 1910.106(d)(5)(iii) 109 Warehouses 1910.106(d)(5)(v) 109 Clearance Signs 1910.176(e) 263 Clearances 1910.176(a) 263 Clothing 1910.107(g)(4) 121 Compressed Gases 1910.101(b) 95 Containers, Bulk Oxygen 1910.104(b)(4) 100; 1910.104(b)(6) 101 Dip Tanks, Liquids 1910.125(e)(2) 197 Explosives 1910.109(b)(1) 124; 1910.109(c) 124; 1910.109(e)(2) 128 1910.109(f)(4) 128 Flammable and Combustible Liquids (see also Storage, Flammable and Combustible Liquids under Tanks) 1910.106(b) 103; 1910.106(d) 108 Buildings Inside 1910.106(d)(5) 109 Outside 1910.106(d)(6) 110 Indoor Rooms 1910.106(d)(4) 109 Indoor Storage 1910.106(d)(5) 109 Housekeeping 1910.176(c) 263 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110 134 Logs 1910.265(d) 369 Lumber 1910.265(c)(27) 368 Mercantile Occupancies 1910.106(d)(5)(iv) 109 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(c) 351; 1910.261(d) 352 Pulpwood Logging 1910.266(h)(8) 377 Respirators 1910.134(h)(2) 204 Secure Storage 1910.176(b) 263 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(1) 114 Tanks 1910.106(b) 103

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Service Stations (continued) Liquefied Petroleum Gases (continued) Valves 1910.110(h)(7) 152; 1910.110(h)(9) 152 Marine Stations 1910.106(g)(4) 116 Storage 1910.106(g)(1) 114 Waste Disposal 1910.106(g)(7) 117 Setscrews 1910.219(h) 329 Sewage Disposal 1910.142(e) 221 Shafting Guarding Horizontal 1910.219(c)(2) 328 Inclined 1910.219(c)(3) 328 Vertical 1910.219(c)(3) 328 Sharps Injury Log 1910.1030(h)(5) 603 Sharps Injury Log 1910.1030(h)(5), Addendum 736 Sheaves, Crane Hoists 1910.179(h)(1) 274 Shelters, Labor Camps (see also Labor Camps, Temporary) 1910.142(b) 220 Ship Scaffolds 1910.28(u) 50 SIC Codes Addendum 731 Side-Rolling Ladders 1910.25(c)(5) 39 Signs and Tags Accident Prevention 1910.145 222 Classification 1910.145(c) 222 Definitions 1910.145(b) 222 Use Classification 1910.145(c) 222 Biological Hazards 1910.145(c)(2) 222; 1910.145(e)(4) 222; 1910.145(f)(8) 223 Caution 1910.145(d)(4) 222; 1910.145(f)(6) 223 Colors 1910.145(d) 222 Danger 1910.145(c)(1) 222; 1910.145(d)(2) 222; 1910.145(f)(5) 223 Design 1910.145(d) 222; 1910.145(f)(4) 223 Powered Platforms 1910.66(f)(7)(vi) 63 Pulp and Paper Mills 1910.261(c)(16) 352; 1910.261(c)(9) 352 Radiation Warning 1910.97(a)(3) 94 Respirators 1910.134(j) 205 Safety Instruction 1910.145(c)(3) 222; 1910.145(d)(6) 222 Slow-Moving Vehicles 1910.145(d)(10) 222 Specifications 1910.145 222 Wordings 1910.145(e) 222 Single-Piece Rim Wheels 1910.177 263 Single-Point Adjustable Suspension Scaffolds 1910.28(i) 48 Single-Rung Ladders 1910.25(c)(3)(ii) 38 Masons 1910.25(c)(4)(iii) 39 Skylight Floor Openings 1910.23(a)(4) 36 Skylights 1910.23(a)(4) 36 Sleeves, Rubber Insulating 1910.137 214 Slings 1910.184 285 Slow-Moving Vehicle Signs 1910.145(d)(10) 222 Slurries 1910.109(h) 131 Small Arms Ammunition 1910.109(j) 133 Primers 1910.109(j)(4) 133 Smokeless Propellants 1910.109(j)(3) 133 Storage 1910.109(j) 133 Smokeless Propellants 1910.109(j)(3) 133 Smoking Dip Tanks 1910.125(e)(5) 197 Dual Component Coatings 1910.107(m)(2) 123 Explosives 1910.109(e)(1)(i) 127 Flammable Liquids 1910.106(d)(7)(iii) 111 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(4)(iii) 123 Spraying 1910.107(g)(7) 121; 1910.107(l)(4)(iii) 123; 1910.107(m)(2) 123 Snagging Machines 1910.215(b)(7) 305 Special Industries Bakeries 1910.263 360 Forging 1910.218 326 Hazardous Waste 1910.120 172 Laundries 1910.264 364 Paper and Paperboard Mills 1910.261 351 Plastics Industry 1910.216 311 Pulp Mills 1910.261 351 Pulpwood Logging 1910.266 372 Rubber Industry 1910.216 311 Sawmills 1910.265 365 Textiles 1910.262 357 1910.219(a)(3) 327 Woodworking 1910.213 301 Spill Containment 1910.106(d)(6)(iii) 110 Spot and Seam Welding Machines 1910.255(b) 349 Spray Booths 1910.107(b) 119; 1910.94(c)(3) 84 Spray Finishing 1910.107 119; 1910.94(c) 84 Air Flow Requirements 1910.94(c)(6) 85 Automobile Undercoatings 1910.107(k) 123 Clean Air 1910.94(c)(7) 86 Combustible Liquids 1910.107(e) 121 Curing Apparatus 1910.107(j) 122 Definitions 1910.107(a) 119 Drying Apparatus 1910.107(j) 122 Dual Component Coatings 1910.107(m) 123 Electrical Systems 1910.107(c) 120 Electrostatic Apparatus 1910.107(h) 121 1910.107(i) 122 Fire Protection 1910.107(f) 121 Flammable Liquid Storage 1910.107(e) 121 Fusion Apparatus 1910.107(j) 122 Ignition Sources 1910.107(c) 120 Location 1910.94(c)(2) 84 Maintenance 1910.107(g) 121 Make-Up Air 1910.94(c)(7) 86

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Straight Ladders, Portable Metal Straight Ladders, Portable Metal 1910.26(a)(2) 39 Surface Grinders 1910.215(b)(5) 305 Swing Frame Grinders 1910.215(b)(6) 305 Swing-Head Lathes 1910.213(o) 303 Swinging Locomotive Cranes 1910.180(i)(6) 280 Swinging Scaffolds (see also Two-Point Suspension Scaffolds) 1910.28(g) 47 Switches Cranes 1910.179(g)(5) 274 Trip and Emergency 1910.216(e) 312

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Table Saws 1910.213(d) 302 Tags (see also Signs and Tags) 1910.145 222 Tanks Dip (see also Dip Tanks) 1910.122-1910.126 195–198 Hardening 1910.126(a)(1) 198 Storage, Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(b) 103 Atmospheric Tanks 1910.106(b)(1)(iii) 103 Construction 1910.106(b)(1) 103 Corrosion 1910.106(b)(1)(vi) 103 Diking 1910.106(b)(2)(vii) 105 Ignition Sources 1910.106(b)(6) 107 Installation Aboveground 1910.106(b)(2) 103 Inside Buildings 1910.106(b)(4) 106 Underground 1910.106(b)(3) 105 Low Pressure Tanks 1910.106(b)(1)(iv) 103 Materials 1910.106(b)(1)(i) 103 Portable 1910.106(d) 108 Application 1910.106(d)(1)(i) 108 Capacity 1910.106(d)(2) 108 Design 1910.106(d)(2) 108 Exceptions 1910.106(d)(1)(ii) 108 Fire Protection 1910.106(d)(7) 110 Indoor Storage 1910.106(d)(4) 109 1910.106(d)(5) 109 Outdoor Storage 1910.106(d)(6) 110 Storage Cabinets 1910.106(d)(3) 109 Pressure Vessels 1910.106(b)(1)(v) 103 Supports 1910.106(b)(5) 106 Testing 1910.106(b)(7) 107 Venting 1910.106(b)(4)(ii) 106 1910.106(b)(2)(iv) 104 1910.106(b)(3)(iv) 105 1910.106(b)(2)(v) 104 1910.106(b)(2)(vi) 105 Tempering 1910.126(a)(1) 198 Vapor Degreasing 1910.126(d) 198 Telecommunications 1910.268 378 Temporary Floor Openings 1910.23(a)(7) 36 Temporary Labor Camps (see also Labor Camps, Temporary) 1910.142 220 Tenoning Machines 1910.213(k) 302 Testing Bulk Oxygen 1910.104(b)(8)(v) 101 Cranes 1910.179(k) 275 1910.180(e) 279 Derricks 1910.181(e) 283 Fire Extinguishers 1910.157(e) 244 Gaseous Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(b)(1)(vi) 96 Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 1910.103(c)(1)(vii) 98 Piping 1910.106(c)(7) 108 Powered Platforms 1910.66(g) 63 Radiation Alarm 1910.1096(f)(3) 691 Sprinkler Systems 1910.159(c)(3) 246 Standpipe and Hose Systems 1910.158(e) 246 Storage Tanks 1910.106(b)(7) 107 Textiles 1910.262 357 Acid Carboys 1910.262(nn) 360 Bleaching 1910.262(p) 359 Calenders 1910.262(ee) 360 Caustics 1910.262(oo) 360 Color-Mixing Room 1910.262(kk) 360 Cotton Cards 1910.262(e) 358 Cotton Combers 1910.262(j) 359 Definitions 1910.262(b) 357 Drawing Frames 1910.262(j) 359 Drying Cans 1910.262(w) 360 Drying Tumblers 1910.262(cc) 360 Dye Vats 1910.262(mm) 360 Dyeing Jigs 1910.262(u) 360 Extractors 1910.262(y) 360 First Aid 1910.262(pp) 360 Flat-Work Ironers 1910.262(x) 360 Folders, Overhead 1910.262(jj) 360 Garnett Machines 1910.262(f) 358 Gill Boxes 1910.262(k) 359 Hand Bailing Machines 1910.262(hh) 360 Kiers 1910.262(q) 359 Lappers 1910.262(m) 359 Looms 1910.262(n) 359 Mercerizing Range 1910.262(s) 359

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Textiles (continued) Nip Guards 1910.262(dd) 360; 1910.262(v) 360; 1910.262(z) 360 Openers 1910.262(d) 358 Padders 1910.262(v) 360 Pickers 1910.262(d) 358 Power Transmission 1910.219(a)(3) 327 Printing Machines 1910.262(dd) 360 Rings Frames 1910.262(j) 359 Roll Bench 1910.262(ii) 360 Rope Washers 1910.262(bb) 360 Safety Requirements 1910.262(c) 358 Sanforizing and Palmer Machine 1910.262(aa) 360 Shearing Machines 1910.262(o) 359 Slashers 1910.262(h) 358 Slubbers 1910.262(j) 359 Spinning Mules 1910.262(g) 358 Standards Sources 1910.262(a)(2) 357 Staple Cutters 1910.262(ff) 360 Tanks, Open 1910.262(ll) 360 Tenter Frames 1910.262(t) 359 Tumblers 1910.262(cc) 360 Warpers 1910.262(i) 359 Worsted Drawing 1910.262(l) 359 Toeboards Cranes 1910.179(d)(3) 273 Definition 1910.21(a)(9) 33 Powered Platforms 1910.66(f)(5)(i) 61 Power Transmission Apparatus 1910.219(o)(5) 330 Walking-Working Surfaces 1910.23(a)(2) 36; 1910.23(a)(3)(ii) 36 1910.23(e) 37 Toilet Facilities 1910.141(c) 219 Construction of Toilet Rooms 1910.141(c)(2) 220 Hazardous Waste 1910.120(n)(3) 180 Labor Camps 1910.142(d) 221 Lavatories 1910.141(d)(2) 220 Minimum Numbers 1910.141(c)(1) 219; 1910.141(d)(2) 220 Washing Facilities 1910.141(d) 220 Tongs, Upsetters 1910.218(h)(4) 327 Tooling 1910.217(d)(5) 315 Torch Valves, Welding 1910.252(a)(4)(ii) 338 Towels 1910.141(d)(3)(v) 220 Towers, Scaffolds (see also Scaffolds) 1910.29 50 Tractors (see also Powered Industrial Trucks) 1910.178 265 Roll-Over Protective Structures 1928.51 715 Training Personnel Bloodborne Pathogens, Exposure to 1910.1030(e)(5) 601; 1910.1030(g)(2) 602 Confined Spaces 1910.146(g)-(k) 227 Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices 1910.332 441 Fire Brigades 1910.156(c) 242 Fire Extinguishers 1910.157(g) 245 Hazardous Waste Operations 1910.120(e) 175; 1910.120(p)(7) 180 1910.120(q)(6) 182 Ionizing Radiation 1910.1096(i) 692 Mechanical Power Presses 1910.217(e)(3) 316 Respirators 1910.134(k) 205 Telecommunications 1910.268(c) 379 Truck Operators 1910.178(l) 268 Working Platform Operations 1910.66(i)(1) 64 Transmission Pipeline Welding 1910.252(d)(1) 340 Construction Standards 1910.252(d)(1)(v) 341 Electric Shock 1910.252(d)(1)(iii) 340 Field Shop Operations 1910.252(d)(1)(ii) 340 Flammable Substances 1910.252(d)(1)(vi) 341 Pressure Testing 1910.252(d)(1)(iv) 341 X-Ray Inspection 1910.252(d)(1)(vii) 341 Transportation Blasting Agents 1910.109(g)(6) 131 Explosives 1910.109(d) 126 Fire Extinguishers 1910.109(d)(2)(ii) 126 Markings 1910.109(d)(2)(ii) 126 Vehicles 1910.109(d)(2) 126; 1910.109(d)(3) 127 Trapdoors 1910.23(a)(5) 36 Traps, Air Receivers 1910.169(b)(2) 261 Treadles 1910.217(b)(4) 312 Treads, Stairs 1910.24(f) 38 Trestle Ladders, Portable Metal 1910.26(a)(4) 40 Wood 1910.25(c)(3)(v) 39 Trimming Presses 1910.218(g) 327 Trips, Two-Handed 1910.217(b)(6) 312 Trolley Bumpers, Cranes 1910.179(e)(3) 273 Ladders, Portable 1910.25(c)(5) 39 Stops, Cranes 1910.179(e)(1) 273 Trucks 1910.178(k) 267; 1910.178(m) 268 Converted Industrial 1910.178(d) 267 Highway 1910.178(k) 267; 1910.178(m) 268 Powered Industrial 1910.178 265

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U-Guards 1910.219(k)(1) 329 Underground Storage Tanks, Flammable and Combustible Liquids 1910.106(b)(3) 105 Corrosion Protection 1910.106(b)(3)(iii) 105 Depth and Cover 1910.106(b)(3)(ii) 105 Location 1910.106(b)(3)(i) 105 Vents 1910.106(b)(3)(iv) 105 Unit Physical Operations 1910.106(e)(3) 111 Upsetters 1910.218(h) 327 Dies, Changing 1910.218(h)(5) 327 Lockouts 1910.218(h)(2) 327 Manual Controls 1910.218(h)(3) 327 Supporting Foundations 1910.218(h)(1) 327 Tongs 1910.218(h)(4) 327

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Valves (see also Valves and Fittings under Piping) 1910.106(c) 108 Air Receivers 1910.169(b)(3) 261 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(7) 135 Non-DOT Containers 1910.110(d)(3) 145 Vaporizers Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(11) 138 Liquid Hydrogen 1910.103(c)(1)(viii) 98 Liquid Oxygen 1910.104(b)(7) 101 Vehicles, Slow Moving 1910.145(d)(10) 222 Veneer Machinery 1910.30(c) 52 Cutters 1910.213(q) 303 1910.213(s)(13) 304 Ventilation 1910.107(d) 120 1910.94 79 Abrasive Blasting 1910.94(a) 79 Asbestos 1910.1001(f)(1)(iv) 469 Bulk Oxygen Systems 1910.104(b)(3)(xii) 100 Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(2)(iii) 112 Curing Apparatus 1910.107(j) 122

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Ventilation (continued) Dip Tanks 1910.124(b) 196 Electrostatic Spraying 1910.107(i)(9) 122 Exhaust Duct System 1910.107(d)(3) 120; 1910.107(d)(7) 120 Fan-Rotating Element 1910.107(d)(4) 120 Independent Exhaust 1910.107(d)(3) 120 Room Intakes 1910.107(d)(11) 121 Grinding, Polishing, and Buffing 1910.94(b) 80 Inside Storage Rooms 1910.106(d)(4)(iv) 109 Laundries 1910.262(cc) 360 Open Surface Tanks 1910.124(b) 196 Powder Coatings 1910.107(l)(2) 123 Processing Buildings 1910.106(h)(3)(iii) 117 Sawmills 1910.265(c)(7) 366 Spray Finishing 1910.94(c)(5) 84 Spraying Operations 1910.107(d) 120; 1910.94(c) 84 Tanks 1910.124(b) 196 Venting, Tanks Aboveground 1910.106(b)(2)(iv) 104; 1910.106(b)(2)(v) 104 1910.106(b)(2)(vi) 105 Inside 1910.106(b)(4)(ii) 106 Portable 1910.106(d)(2)(ii) 108 Underground 1910.106(b)(3)(iv) 105 Vermin Control 1910.141(a)(5) 219 Vinyl Chloride 1910.1017 493

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Tube and Coupler Scaffolds 1910.28(c) 45 Bearers 1910.28(c)(9) 46 Construction 1910.28(c)(5) 46 Heavy Duty 1910.28(c)(3) 45 Light Duty 1910.28(c)(1) 45 Medium Duty 1910.28(c)(2) 45 Mobile 1910.29(d) 51 Design 1910.29(d)(1) 51 Erection 1910.29(d)(3) 51 Handrails 1910.29(f)(4) 51 Loading 1910.29(f)(5) 51 Materials 1910.29(d)(2) 51 Runners 1910.28(c)(8) 46 Tuberculosis 1904.11 15 Tubular Welded Scaffolds Frame Scaffolds 1910.28(d) 46 Accessories 1910.28(d)(13) 46 Bracing 1910.28(d)(3) 46 Drawing and Specification Requirements 1910.28(d)(11) 46 Erection Requirements 1910.28(d)(12) 46 Frames 1910.28(d)(13) 46; 1910.28(d)(5) 46 Guardrails 1910.28(d)(7) 46 Inspections 1910.28(d)(14) 46 Legs 1910.28(d)(4) 46 Loads 1910.28(d)(1) 46 1910.28(d)(8) 46 Mobile 1910.29(b) 51 Bracing 1910.29(b)(2) 51 Erection 1910.29(b)(5) 51 Panel Locking 1910.29(b)(4) 51 Spacing 1910.29(b)(3) 51 Planking Spans 1910.28(d)(10) 46 Securing 1910.28(d)(9) 46 Spacing 1910.28(d)(2) 46 Uplifts 1910.28(d)(6) 46 Sectional Folding Scaffolds 1910.29(c) 51 Bracing 1910.29(c)(3) 51 End Frames 1910.29(c)(6) 51 Erection 1910.29(c)(7) 51 Ladder Scaffolds 1910.29(c)(5) 51 Stairway Scaffolds 1910.29(c)(4) 51 Stairways 1910.29(c)(2) 51 Turning Machines 1910.213(o) 303 Two-Point Suspension Scaffolds 1910.28(g) 47 Acid Solutions 1910.28(g)(10) 47 Blocks 1910.28(g)(7) 47 Guardrails 1910.28(g)(5) 47 Hangers 1910.28(g)(2) 47 Hoisting Machines 1910.28(g)(3) 47 Inspection 1910.28(g)(8) 47 Platform 1910.28(g)(12) 47 Roof Irons or Hooks 1910.28(g)(4) 47 Ropes 1910.28(g)(6) 47; 1910.28(g)(7) 47; 1910.28(g)(8) 47 Securing 1910.28(g)(11) 47 Size 1910.28(g)(1) 47 Supports 1910.28(g)(8) 47 Suspension 1910.28(g)(6) 47 Two-Section Rung Ladders 1910.25(c)(3)(iii) 38

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Walking-Working Surfaces Aisles 1910.22(b) 36 Covers 1910.22(c) 36 Definitions 1910.21 33 Fixed Industrial Stairs 1910.24 38 Floor Loading 1910.22(d) 36 Floor Openings, Guarding 1910.23 36 General Requirements 1910.22 36 Guardrails 1910.22(c) 36 Housekeeping 1910.22(a) 36 Ladders Fixed 1910.27 40 Portable Metal 1910.26 39 Wood 1910.25 38 Stands 1910.29 50 Passageways 1910.22(b) 36 Scaffolding Safety 1910.28 43 Scaffolds (Towers) 1910.29 50 Stairs, Fixed Industrial 1910.24 38 Stands, Mobile Ladder 1910.29 50 Wall Openings, Guarding 1910.23 36 Working Surfaces 1910.30 52 Wall Cranes 1910.179 271 Wall Openings (Holes) 1910.23(b) 36 Warning Devices and Signs (see also Signs and Tags) 1910.145 222 Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030(g)(1) 601 Cranes 1910.179(i) 275 Ionizing Radiation 1910.1096(f) 691 Manlifts 1910.68(c)(7) 78 Nonionizing Radiation 1910.97(a)(3) 94 Washing Facilities 1910.141(d) 220; 1910.142(f) 221; 1910.120(n)(6) 180 Waste Disposal 1910.141(a)(4) 219 Asbestos 1910.1001(k)(6) 472 Bloodborne Pathogens 1910.1030(d)(4)(iii) 599 Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(7) 114 Containers 1910.141(g)(3) 220 Dip Tanks 1910.125(e)(4) 197 Ionizing Radiation 1910.1096(k) 692 Labor Camps 1910.142(e) 221; 1910.142(h) 221 Processing Plants 1910.106(h)(8)(iii) 118 Radiation 1910.1096(k) 692 Service Stations 1910.106(g)(7) 117 Spraying 1910.107(g)(3) 121 Water Gels 1910.109(h) 131 Water Spray Extinguishing Systems, Fixed 1910.163 248 Water Supply Hazardous Waste Operations 1910.120(n) 179 Labor Camps 1910.142(c) 220 Nonpotable Water 1910.141(b)(2) 219 Potable Water 1910.141(b)(1) 219 Sprinkler Systems 1910.159(c)(4) 246 Standpipe and Hose Systems 1910.158(d) 246 Welding (see also Generators under Acetylene, Arc Welding, Flash Welding Equipment, Resistance Welding) Beryllium 1910.252(c)(8) 340 Cadmium 1910.252(c)(9) 340 Cleaning Compounds 1910.252(c)(11) 340 Concentrations, Maximum Allowable 1910.252(c)(1)(iii) 339 Containers 1910.252(a)(3) 338 Contamination 1910.252(c)(1)(i) 339 Definitions 1910.251 337 Exhaust Hoods 1910.252(c)(3) 339 Fire Protection 1910.252(a)(2)(i) 337 1910.252(a)(2)(ii) 337 1910.252(a)(2)(xv) 338 First-Aid Equipment 1910.252(c)(13) 340 Fluorine Compounds 1910.252(c)(5) 340 Labels 1910.252(c)(1)(iv) 339

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Welding Welding (continued) Ladders, Fixed 1910.27(b)(6) 41 Lead 1910.252(c)(7) 340 Liquefied Petroleum Gases 1910.110(b)(4) 134 Machines, Portable 1910.255(c) 350 Clevis 1910.255(c)(3) 350 Counterbalance 1910.255(c)(1) 350 Flash Welding Equipment 1910.255(d) 350 Grounding 1910.255(c)(6) 350 Holder, Movable 1910.255(c)(5) 350 Maintenance 1910.255(e) 350 Safety Chains 1910.255(c)(2) 350 Switch Guards 1910.255(c)(4) 350 Mercury 1910.252(c)(10) 340 Personnel Protection 1910.252(b) 338 Piping Systems, Mechanical 1910.252(d)(2) 341 Precautions 1910.252(a)(2) 337 1910.255(e) 350 Prohibited Areas 1910.252(a)(2)(vi) 337 Screens 1910.252(c)(1)(ii) 339 Spot and Seam 1910.255(b) 349 Stainless Steels 1910.252(c)(12) 340 Supervisory Responsibility 1910.252(a)(2)(xiv) 337 Torch Valves, Welding 1910.252(a)(4)(ii) 338 Transmission Pipelines 1910.252(d)(1) 340 Ventilation 1910.252(b)(4) 339; 1910.252(c) 339 Welding or Cutting Containers 1910.252(a)(3) 338 Zinc 1910.252(c)(6) 340 Wharves Bulk Plants 1910.106(f)(4) 113 Chemical Plants 1910.106(i)(2) 118 Distilleries 1910.106(i)(2) 118 Explosives 1910.109(f) 128 Marine Service Stations 1910.106(g)(4) 116 Refineries 1910.106(i)(2) 118 Wheels, Multi-Piece and Single-Piece Rim, Servicing 1910.177 263 Williams-Steiger Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 Addendum 727 Winch Heads, Derricks 1910.181(i)(5) 284 Wind Indicators 1910.179(b)(4) 272 Window-Jack Scaffolds 1910.28(r) 50 Guardrails 1910.28(r)(3) 50 Use 1910.28(r)(1) 50 1910.28(r)(2) 50 Wiring Electric Splices 1910.303(c), 1910.305(h)(7) 431 Wood Heel Turning Machines 1910.213(o) 303 Wood Ladders, Portable (see also Portable Wood under Ladders) 1910.25 38 Wood Pole Scaffolds 1910.28(b) 44 Wood Shapers 1910.213(m) 303 Wooden Guards 1910.219(o)(2) 330

Woodworking Machinery 1910.213 301 Band Saws and Resaws 1910.213(i) 302 Boring Machines 1910.213(l) 303 Circular Resaws 1910.213(e) 302 Construction 1910.213(a) 301 Controls 1910.213(b) 301 Crosscut Table Saws 1910.213(d) 302 Definitions 1910.211(a) 297 Drag Saws 1910.213(r)(2) 304 Glue Spreaders, Roll-Type 1910.213(r)(1) 304 Hand-Fed Crosscut Table Saws 1910.213(d) 302 Hand-Fed Ripsaws 1910.213(c) 301 Inspection 1910.213(s) 304 Jointers 1910.213(j) 302 Maintenance 1910.213(s) 304 Matching Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Molding Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Mortising Machines 1910.213(l) 303 Planing Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Profile Lathes 1910.213(o) 303 Radial Saws 1910.213(h) 302 Ripsaws 1910.213(c) 301 Sanding Machines 1910.213(p) 303 Self-Fed Circular Saws 1910.213(f) 302 Sticking Machines 1910.213(n) 303 Swing Cutoff Saws 1910.213(g) 302 Swing-Head Lathes 1910.213(o) 303 Table Saws 1910.213(d) 302 Tenoning Machines 1910.213(k) 302 Turning Machines 1910.213(o) 303 Veneer Cutters 1910.213(q) 303 Wood Heel Turning Machines 1910.213(o) 303 Wood Shapers 1910.213(m) 303 Tools, Portable Powered 1910.243(a) 332 Belt Sanding Machines 1910.243(a)(3) 332 Circular Saws 1910.243(a)(1) 332 Cracked Saws 1910.243(a)(4) 332 Grounding 1910.243(a)(5) 332 Sanding Machines 1910.243(a)(3) 332 Work Platforms 1910.66 57 1910.67 74 Elevating and Rotating 1910.67 74 Mobile (see also Scaffolds) 1910.29(e) 51 Vehicle Mounted Application 1910.67(b)(1) 75 Definitions 1910.67(a) 74 Design Requirements 1910.67(b)(1) 75 General Requirements 1910.67(b) 75

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X-Ray Inspections, Mechanical Piping Systems 1910.252(d)(2)(ii) 341

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Zinc 1910.252(c)(6) 340 Confined Spaces 1910.252(c)(6)(i) 340 Indoors 1910.252(c)(6)(ii) 340

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