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Code of Federal Regulations / 29cfr 1926 August 01, 2010



Index

Title 29--Labor

Part 1926
Revised as of August 1, 2010
Labor
Occupational Safety and Health Administration,
Department of Labor

Code of Federal Regulations / 29cfr 1926

 


Subject Index to Part 1926—Safety and Health
Regulations for Construction
EDITORIAL NOTE: This listing is provided for informational purposes only. It is compiled and
kept up-to-date by the Department of Labor. This index is updated as of July 1, 2006.
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Abrasive Wheels and Tools ................. .303
Accident Prevention Responsibilities ... .20(b)
2-Acetylaminofluorene .......................... .1114
Acrylonitrile ........................................... .1145
Administrative Adjudications ................. .4
Aerial Lifts ............................................. .453, .952(b),
.955(e) (10)–(12)
Boom Platforms ............................. .453(b)(2)
Bursting Safety Factor ................... .453(b)(4)
Electrical Tests .............................. .453(b)(3)
Field Modifications ......................... .453(a)(2)
Ladder Trucks ............................... .453(b)(1)
Tower Trucks ................................. .453(b)(1)
Welding Standards ........................ .453(b)(5)
Air Quality, underground construction .. .800(h), (j)
Airborne Contaminant Mists ................. .55
Alarms:
Fire ................................................ .150(e)
Audible ........................................... .602(a)(9)
4-Aminodiphenyl ................................... .1111
Angle of Repose, Pile Driving .............. .603(c)(3)
Arc Welding and Cutting ...................... .351
Arsenic, organic .................................... .1118
Asbestos:
Airborne Concentration ................. .1101(c)
Competent Person ........................ .1101(o)
Compliance .................................... .1101(g)
Exposure, Permissible ................... .1101(c)
Hazard communication .................. .1101(k)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices ... .1101(j)
Medical Surveillance ..................... .1101(m)
Monitoring ...................................... .1101(f)
Multi-employer worksites ............... .1101(d)
Personal Protective Clothing ......... .1101(i)
Recordkeeping .............................. .1101(n)
Regulated Areas ............................ .1101(e)
Respiratory protection ................... .1101(h)
Audible Warning ................................... .601(b)(3)
Authorized Person (Definition) ............. .32(d)
Automatic Circuit Recloser (Definition) .960(b)
Barges:
Access ........................................... .605(b)
First Aid and Lifesaving Equipment.
.605(d)
Mobile Cranes ............................... .550(f)
Pile Driving .................................... .603(b)
Working Surfaces .......................... .605(c)
Barricades ............................................. .202
Cranes ........................................... .550(a)(9)
Definition ........................................ .203(a), .960(c)
Motor Vehicle Equipment .............. .600(a)
Battery Rooms and Charging ............... .441
Belts, Safety ......................................... .104
Definition ........................................ .107(f)
Materials Storage .......................... .250(b)(2)
Pile Driving .................................... .603(a)(8)
Steel Erection ................................ .752(k)
Benzene ................................................ .1128
Benzidene ............................................. .1110
Blasting (see also Explosives) ............. .900–.914
Agents, Storage ............................. .904
Blaster Qualifications ..................... .901
Electric ........................................... .906
Excavation Work ........................... .913
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Firing .............................................. .909
Loading .......................................... .905
Misfires .......................................... .911
Underground construction ............. .800(p)
Underwater .................................... .912
Blocking, Blocks:
Jacks ............................................. .305(c)
Motor Vehicles ............................... .600(a)(3)
Pile-Driving Equipment .................. .603(a)
Boatswains Chair Scaffolds .................. .452(o)
Body Belts ............................................ .453(b)(2)(iii), (v);
.959
(see Body Belts, Safety Straps and
Lanyards)
Cushion Parts ................................ .959(b)(2)(i)–(iv)
Tool Loops ..................................... .959(b)(3)
Body Belts, Safety Straps and Lanyards.
.959
Buckles .......................................... .959(a)(2)
Dee Rings ...................................... .959(a)(3)
Liners ...................................... .959(b)(4)
Hardware ....................................... .959(a)(1)
Snap Hooks ................................... .959(a)(4)
Keepers .................................. .959(b)(6)
Stitching ......................................... .959(b)(5)
Testing ........................................... .959(b)(1), (7)
Boilers ................................................... .29(b)
Pile-Driving Equipment .................. .603(a)
Bolting, Bolts ......................................... .752(b)
Brackets, Roofing ................................. .452(h)
Brakes:
Earthmoving Equipment ................ .602(a)(4)
Equipment ..................................... .600, .602
Motor Vehicles ............................... .601
Bricklayers Square Scaffolds ............... .452(e)
Buildings, Temporary ............................ .151(b)
Bulkheads, Compressed Air ................. .803(m)
Cable Sheath (Definition) ..................... .960(h)
Cables:
Definition ........................................ .960(g)
Flexible Electric Cables and Cords .405(a)(2)(ii) (F), (J),
(I), and .405(b)(2)
Portable Electric Cables ................ .405(h)
Trenching Cables .......................... .956(c)(4–7)
Welding Cables and Connectors .. .351(b)
Cadmium:
Airborne Concentration ................. .1127(c)
Compliance .................................... .1127(f)
Emergency Situations ................... .1127(h)
Exposure, Permissible ................... .1127(c)
Hazard Communication ................. .1127(m)
Housekeeping ................................ .1127(k)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices ... .1127(j)
Medical Surveillance ..................... .1127(l)
Monitoring ...................................... .1127(d)
Personal Protective Equipment ..... .1127(i)
Clothing .................................. .1127(i)
Recordkeeping .............................. .1127(n)
Regulated Areas ............................ .1127(e)
Respiratory protection ................... .1127(g)
Caissons ............................................... .801
Carbon Tetrachloride ............................ .150(c)(1) (viii)
Cargo Hooks ......................................... .551(d)
Carpenters Bracket Scaffolds ............... .452(g)

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Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Certifications:
Boilers ............................................ .29(b)
Pressure Vessels .......................... .29(a)
Chains, Alloy Steel ............................... .251(b)(1)
Chemical Hazard Information Communication,
Transmittal to Employees.
.59
Employee information and training .59(h)
Labels and other forms of warning .59(f)
Material safety data sheets
(MSDS).
.59(g)
Trade secrets ................................ .59(i) and .59, App.
D
Written program ............................. .59(e)
Chemicals, highly hazardous; process
safety management.
.64
Chemicals, toxic and reactive,
threshold list.
.64, App. A
Compliance guidelines .................. .64, App. A
Contractor, employer responsibilities.
.64(h)
Emergency planning and response .64(h)
Hot work (welding) permits ........... .64(n)
Trade secrets ................................ .64(p)
Training .......................................... .64(g)
Chimneys, Removal ............................. .854
bis-Chloromethyl ether ......................... .1106
Chutes:
Demolition ...................................... .852
Waste Disposal ............................. .252
Circuit, Voltage of ................................. .960(rr)(ss)
Circuits, Electric, Lockout and Tagging .417
Clearing, Clearances:
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(15) (iv),
.950(c), .955(b)(8)
Electric equipment, workspace
around.
.403(i)(1) and (j)(3)
Fire Prevention .............................. .151(c), (d)
Materials Storage .......................... .250
Site ................................................ .604
Temporary Heating Devices .......... .154
Climbing Equipment ............................. .951(b)
Body Belts ..................................... .951(b)(1)–(3)
Lifelines ......................................... .951(b)(4)(i)
Lanyards ........................................ .951(b)(2), (4)(i);
.959
Ropes ............................................ .951(b)(5)
Safety Lines ................................... .951(b)(4)(ii)
Straps, Safety ................................ .951(b)(1)–(3)
Clothing (see Personal Protective
Equipment)
Coal tar pitch volatiles, interpretation ... .1102
Cofferdams ........................................... .802
Coke oven emissions ........................... .1129
Competent Person (Definition) ............. .32(f)
Compressed Air .................................... .803
Excavations ................................... .913
Pneumatic Power Tools ................ .302(b)(4)
Compression ......................................... .803(e)
Compressor Plants ............................... .803(h)
Concrete construction ........................... .700–.705
Cast-in-place ................................. .703
Forms, vertical slip ................. .703(c)
Formwork, General ................ .703(a)
Formwork, Removal ............... .703(e)
Reinforcing steel .................... .701(b), .703(d)
Shoring and reshoring ............ .703(b)
Test Requirements—Compressive
Strength.
.703(e)(1)
Equipment and Tools .................... .702
Lift-Slab Operations ....................... .705
Lockout/Tagout .............................. .702(j)
Post-Tensioning ............................. .701(c)
Precast .......................................... .704
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Pumping Systems ......................... .702(e)
Conductors, Deenergized ..................... .955(c)
Conductors, Wire .................................. .954(c)
Confined Spaces:
Heating devices, temporary .......... .154(a)(2)
Instruction of employees relating
to.
.21(b)(6)
Underground lines (manholes) ...... .956(a)(3)
Welding and Cutting ...................... .353(b), .352(g)
Containers:
LP Gas .......................................... .153
Welding and Cutting ...................... .352(i), (j)
Contaminants (Definition) ..................... .107(a)
Airborne, TLV ................................ .55(a)
Contracts, Mixed Performance ............. .14
Conveyors ............................................. .555
Cranes .................................................. .550, .952(c),
.955(b)(6)(i)
Electric equipment and wiring, installation
of.
.406(a)
Personnel platforms, suspended,
by cranes and derricks.
.550(g)
Crawling Boards ................................... .452(m)
Cutoffs, Fire .......................................... .150(f)
Cylinders, Welding and Cutting ............ .350
Decompression ..................................... .803(f)
Chambers ...................................... .803(g)(2)
Tables ............................................ .804
Deenergized Conductors, Stringing
and Removing.
.955(c)
Deenergizing Lines and Equipment ..... .950(d)
Disconnecting ................................ .950(d)(2)
Guards and Barriers ...................... .950(d)(1)(v) and
(d)(2)(i)
Identification .................................. .950(d)(1)(i)
Inspections .................................... .950(b), (d)(1)(iii)
Isolation ......................................... .950(d)(1)(i)
Notification by Designated Employee.
.950(d)(1)(ii)
Protective Grounds ........................ .950(d)(1)(iv)
Switches and Disconnectors ......... .950(d)(1)(ii)
Tagging .......................................... .950(d)(1)(ii)(b),
(d)(1)(vi)
Work Completion ........................... .950(d)(1)(vii),
(d)(2)(ii)
Demolition ............................................. .850
Chutes ........................................... .852
Entrances ...................................... .850(k)
Explosives ..................................... .860
Flammable Gases ......................... .850(e)
Floors ............................................. .850–.860
Mechanical .................................... .859
Passageways ................................ .851
Stairways ....................................... .851
Steel Construction ......................... .858
Derrick Trucks ...................................... .952(c)
Derricks ................................................. .550
Personnel platforms, suspended,
by cranes and derricks.
.550(g)
Designated Person (Definition) ............ .32(h)
Detonating Cords .................................. .908
Disposal:
Exhaust Materials .......................... .57(e)
Waste Materials ............................. .252
Diving Operations ................................. .605(e)
Drilling, underground construction ........ .800(q)
Dusts ..................................................... .55
Ear Protection ....................................... .101
Education and Training ........................ .21
Egress, means ...................................... .34
Exit marking ................................... .34(b)
Maintenance .................................. .34(c)

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Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Electric Transmission and Distribution
Lines (see Power Transmission and
Distribution Lines)
Electrical, Electricity .............................. .400–.449
Battery Rooms and Charging ........ .441
Circuits, Lockout and Tagging ...... .417
Compressed Air Chambers ........... .803(j)
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(15)
Equipment Installation and Maintenance.
.402–.408, 431, and
.432
Grounding and Bonding ................ .404(f)
Hazardous Locations ..................... .407, .432
Power Operated Tools .................. .302(a)
Safety-related work practices ........ .416 and .417
Underground construction ............. .800(s)
Wiring design and methods .......... .404 and .405
Electrode Conductor, Grounding .......... .954(h)
Definition ........................................ .960(bb)
Electrode Holders ................................. .351 (a), (d)
Electrostatic Apparatus, Fixed .............. .66(e)
Spraying:
Conformance .......................... .66(e)(1)
Conveyors .............................. .66(e)(7)
Fail-Safe Controls .................. .66(e)(9)
Fire Protection ........................ .66(e)(12)
Grounding ............................... .66(e)(5)
Guarding ................................. .66(e)(10)
Insulators ................................ .66(e)(5)
Location .................................. .66(e)(3)
Safe Distances ....................... .66(e)(6)
Supports ................................. .66(e)(4)
Ventilation ............................... .66(e)(11)
Electrostatic Hand Spraying Equipment .66(f)
Application ..................................... .66(f)(1)
Approval ........................................ .66(f)(3)
Conformance ................................. .66(f)(2)
Electrical Support Equipment ........ .66(f)(4)
Grounding ...................................... .66(f)(5)–(7)
Interlocks ....................................... .66(f)(8)
Powder Coatings ........................... .66(f)(6)
Specifications ................................ .66(f)(3), (4)
Spray Gun Grounding ................... .66(f)(5)
Ventilation ...................................... .66(f)(9)
Elevators, escalators, etc., electrical
connection.
.406(b)
Emergency Action Plan ........................ .35(a)
Hazardous waste operations and
emergency response, exemption.
.65(f)(1)(ii)
Highly hazardous chemicals, process
safety management.
.64(n)
Emergency Provisions:
Excavation rescue equipment ....... .651(g)(2)
Underground construction ............. .800(g)
Employee (Definition) ........................... .32(i)
Employee Alarm Systems .................... .159
Installation and Restoration ........... .159(c)
Maintenance and Testing .............. .159(d)
Manual Operation .......................... .159(e)
Employer (Definition) ............................ .32(j)
Enclosed Spaces:
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(11)
Welding and Cutting ...................... .352(g)
Energized Substations .......................... .957
Barricades and Barriers ................ .957(c)
Control Panels ............................... .957(d)
Deenergized Equipment and Lines .957(b)
Fences ........................................... .957(g)
Lowboys ........................................ .957(e)(3)
Mechanical Equipment .................. .957(e)
Storage .......................................... .957(f)
Warning Signs ............................... .957(c)(2)
Work Authorizations ...................... .957(a)(1)
Enforcement, Administrative, Adjudications
for.
.4
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Entrances (Demolition) ......................... .850(k)
Entry, Right of ....................................... .3
Environmental Controls ........................ .50–.57
Equipment:
Earthmoving .................................. .602
Electrical ........................................ .402–.408, .431,
and .432
Firefighting ..................................... .150
Lifesaving ...................................... .100–.106
Marine ............................................ .605
Mechanized ................................... .600
Pile Driving .................................... .603
Rigging .......................................... .251
Underground construction ............. .800(i), (k)(10)
Ethylene oxide ...................................... .1147
Ethyleneimine ....................................... .1112
Area requirements ......................... .1112(c)
Closed system operation ....... .1112(c)(2)
Isolated systems .................... .1112(c)(1)
Maintenance and decontamination
activities.
.1112(c)(5)
Open-vessel system operations.
.1112(c)(3)
Transfer from a closed operation.
.1112(c)(4)
Medical surveillance ...................... .1112(g)
Examinations .......................... .1112(g)(1)
Records .................................. .1112(g)(2)
Regulated area requirements ........ .1112(d)
Contamination control ............ .1112(d)(4)
Emergencies .......................... .1112(d)(2)
Hygiene facilities and practices.
.1112(d)(3)
Reports .......................................... .1112(f)
Incidents ................................. .1112(f)(2)
Operations .............................. .1112(f)(1)
Signs, information, and training .... .1112(e)
Container contents identification.
.1112(e)(2)
Lettering ................................. .1112(e)(3)
Prohibited statements ............ .1112(e)(4)
Signs ...................................... .1112(e)(1)
Training and indoctrination ..... .1112(e)(5)
Excavations .......................................... Subpt. P (.650–
.652)
Access and egress ........................ .651(c)
Adjacent structure stability ............ .651(i)
Emergency rescue equipment ...... .651(g)(2)
Equipment ..................................... .602(b),
.955(b)(3)(i),
.956(c), .957(h)
Fall protection ................................ .651(l)
Hazardous atmospheres ............... .651(g)
Inspections .................................... .651(k)
Pier holes, bell-bottomed .............. .651(g)(2)(ii)
Protective systems ........................ .652, Subpt. P App.
F
Respiratory protection ................... .651(g)(1)(iii)
Shield systems .............................. .652(g), Subpt. P
App. B
Shoring .......................................... .652(c)
Timber .................................... Subpt. P App. C
Aluminum hydraulic ................ Subpt. P App. D
Sloping and benching .................... .652(b), Subpt. P
App. B
Soil classification ........................... Subpt. P App. A
Surface encumbrances ................. .651(a)
Trench excavation ......................... Subpt. P (.650–
.652)
Exhausts ............................................... .57
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)
Explosives (see also Blasting) ............. .900
Loading .......................................... .905

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Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Storage .......................................... .904
Surface Transportation .................. .902
Underground Transportation ......... .903
Eye Protection ...................................... .102
Face Protection .................................... .102
Fall protection: .500–.503
Falling-object protection ................ .501(c)
Guardrail systems ......................... .502(b), App. B
Leading edges ............................... .501(b)(2)
Personal fall-arrest systems .......... .502(d), App. C
Positioning device systems ........... .502(e), App. D
Retraining ...................................... .503(b)
Roof-width determination guidelines.
.App. A
Safety net systems ........................ .502(c)
Scaffolds ........................................ 451(g)
Steel erection ................................ .759
Training certification ...................... .503(b)
Training program ........................... .503(a)
Fenders, Earthmoving Equipment ........ .602(a)(5)
Fire Alarm Devices ............................... .150(e)
Fire Extinguishers ................................. .150
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(14)
Motor Vehicles ............................... .600(b)(14)
Table F–1 (Fire Extinguishers) ...... .150
Underground construction ............. .800(m)(8) and (11)
Welding and Cutting ...................... .351
Firefighting Equipment .......................... .150 (c), (d)
Fire Prevention ..................................... .24, .150–.155
Compressed Air ............................. .803(1)
Oil and Grease Hazards ............... .350(i)
Preservative Coatings ................... .354
Underground construction ............. .800(m)
Welding and Cutting ...................... .352–.354
Fire Protection:
Cutoffs ........................................... .150(f)
Prevention Program ...................... .24
Water Supply and Equipment ....... .150–.155
Fires ...................................................... .551(s)
First Aid ................................................ .23, .50, .950(e)
Marine Operations ......................... .605(d)
Tunnels and Shafts ....................... .803(b)(7) and (8)
Flagmen ................................................ .201(a)
Flammable Gases Demolition .............. .850(e)
Flammable and Combustible Liquids ... .152
Process safety management of
highly hazardous chemicals.
.64
Flashpoint (Definition) ........................... .155(i)
Float Scaffolds ...................................... .452(s)
Floors, Flooring:
Demolition ...................................... .850–.860
Openings ....................................... .500
Steel Erection ................................ .750
Food Handling ...................................... .51(d)
Footing Excavations ............................. .955(b)(3)(i), .957(h)
Form, Forms, Formwork:
Concrete ........................................ .700–.702
Scaffolds ........................................ .452(g)
Formaldehyde ....................................... .1148
Exposure, cross-reference ............ .55(d)
Fuel, Fueling and Refueling:
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(14)
Diesel, underground construction .800(m)(3), (4), (6)
Flammable and Combustible Liquids.
.152
Fuel Gases .................................... .350(d), (e)
Fuel Powered Tools ...................... .302(c)
LP Gas Dispensing ....................... .153(e)
Oxygen Manifolds .......................... .350(e)
Fumes: (see Ventilation) ...................... .55
Fuses, Safety ........................................ .907
Gases ................................................... .55
Fuel Gases .................................... .350(d)
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Excavations; hazardous
atmospheres.
.651(g)
Gassy underground construction
operations.
.800(h)
Liquefied Petroleum (LP) Gas ....... .153
Gloves ................................................... .951(a)(1)(iii)
Goggles ................................................ .102(a)(3)
Lasers ............................................ .102(b)(2)
Table E–1 (Eye and Face Protector
Selection Guide).
.102
Welding .......................................... .102(b)(1)
Grades, Roadway ................................. .602(a)(3)
Grinding Machines ................................ .303
Ground Support:
Excavations ................................... .651(a), (h)–(j), .652
Underground construction ............. .800(o)
Grounding, Electrical:
Grounding and Bonding ................ .404(f)
Jumper Cables .............................. .550(a)(15)
Power Transmission and Distribution.
.954
Return and Machine Grounding .... .351(c)
Guarding (see Fall Protection and
Guarding)
Guardrails ............................................. .500
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(13)
Scaffolds ........................................ .451
Stairways ....................................... .500(e)
Steel Erection ................................ .752
Handlamps ............................................ .405(j)(1)(iii)
Handrails, Stairways ............................. .501
Handtools .............................................. .300–.305
Hats ...................................................... .951(a)(2)
Hauling, Haulage:
Equipment ..................................... .602(c)
Underground construction ............. .800(r)
Hazard communication (see Chemical
Hazard Information Communication).
.59
Hazardous:
Atmospheres, excavations ............ .651(g)
Chemicals, highly process safety
management (See Chemicals,
etc.).
.64
Locations, Electricity ...................... .407, .432
Materials receipt or materials
transport vehicles, retention of
DOT markings.
.61
Substances (Definition) ................. .32(k)
Hazardous Waste Operations:
Contractors and Subcontractors ... .65(b)(1)(iv)
Decontamination ............................ .65(k), (p)(4)
Drums and Containers .................. .65(j)
Emergency Response ................... .65(e)(7), (l), (p)(8),
(q)
Engineering Controls and Personal
Protective Equipment.
.65(g)
Illumination .................................... .65(m)
Information Program ...................... .65(b)(1)
Laboratory Waste Packs ............... .65(j)(6)
Material Handling .......................... .65(j)
Medical Surveillance ..................... .65(f), (p)(3), (q)(9)
Monitoring ...................................... .65(c)(6), (h)
Post-emergency Response ........... .65(l)(5)
Radioactive Wastes ....................... .65(j)(4)
Recordkeeping .............................. .65(f)(7)
RCRA Facilities ............................. .65(p)
Safety and Health Program ........... .65(b)
Sanitation ....................................... .65(n)
Shock-sensitive Wastes ................ .65(j)(5)
Site Characterization and Analysis .65(c)
Site Control .................................... .65(d)
Site Safety and Health Plan .......... .65(b)(4)
Tank and Vault Procedures .......... .65(j)(9)

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Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Totally-encapsulating Chemical
Protective Suits.
.65(g)(4)
Training .......................................... .65(e), (p)(8)(iii),
(q)(6)
Uncontrolled sites, emergency responses.
.65(l)
Head Protection .................................... .100
Hearing Protection ................................ .101
Heaters, Heating, Temporary Devices .154
Helicopters ............................................ .551, .958
Approach Distance ........................ .551(o)
Approaching .................................. .551(p)
Briefings ......................................... .551(b)
Cargo Hooks ................................. .551(d)
Clothing ......................................... .551(e)
Communications ............................ .551(r)
Electric power transmission and
distribution, use in.
.958
Fires ............................................... .551(s)
Ground Lines ................................. .551(l)
Ground Personnel ......................... .551(g)
Hand Signals ................................. .551(n)
Hooking and Unhooking Loads ..... .551(i)
Housekeeping ................................ .551(g)
Loose Gear .................................... .551(f)
Operator Responsibility ................. .551(h)
Personal Protective Equipment ..... .551(e)
Regulations .................................... .551(a)
Signal Systems .............................. .551(n)
Hand Signals .......................... Fig. N–1
Slings ............................................. .551(c)
Static Charges ............................... .551(j)
Visibility .......................................... .551(m)
Weight Limitations ......................... .551(k)
High Voltage Lines ............................... .550(a)(15)
Hoists, Hoisting:
Base-Mounted Drum ..................... .553
Electric Equipment and Wiring, Installation
of.
.406(a)
Materials ........................................ .552(b)
Overhead ....................................... .554
Personnel (and Elevators) ............. .552(c)
Underground construction ............. .800(g)(1), (t)
Horse Scaffolds .................................... .452(f)
Hoses and Connections:
Air Line Steel Erection .................. .752(a)(3)
Fire ................................................ .150(c)(2)
Manifold ......................................... .350(f)
Nozzles .......................................... .151(a)(5)
Pile Driving .................................... .603(a)(9)
Pneumatic Power Tools ................ .302(b)
Hotline Tools (Definition) ...................... .960(ee)
Housekeeping ....................................... .25
Hydraulic:
Jacks ............................................. .305
Power Tools .................................. .302(d)
Incorporation by Reference .................. .31
Identification Badges ............................ .803(b)(11)
Ignition Hazards .................................... .151(a)
Illumination ............................................ .26
Demolition ...................................... .851(c)
Table D–3 (Minimum Illumination
Intensities).
.56
Temporary Lighting ....................... .405(a)(2)(ii) (E),
(F), (G), and (J)
Underground construction ............. .800(l)
Industrial Trucks ................................... .602(c)
Inert-Gas Metal-Arc Welding ................ .353(d)
Inspections ............................................ .955(a)(2), (b)(6)(v)
After Blasting ................................. .910
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(6)
Excavations ................................... .651(k)
Hoists and Elevators ..................... .552(c)(15)
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Right of Entry ................................ .3
Scaffolds ........................................ .451
Insulated (Definition) ............................. .960(ff)
Insulation (Cable) (Definition) ............... .960(gg)
Insulation Shielding (Definition) ............ .960(hh)
Interior Hung Scaffolds ......................... .452(t)
Ionizing Radiation ................................. .53
Isolated (Definition) ............................... .960(ii)
Jacks ..................................................... .305
Lever and Ratchet Jacks .............. .305
Lift-slab concrete construction operations.
.705
Jacob’s Ladders; marine operations .... .605(b) (3), (4)
Ladders (see also Stairways) ............... .1050, .1051, 1053,
and .1060
Chicken ladders or crawling
boards.
.452(m)
Cranes and derricks, access ......... .550(a)(13)
Defects and repairs ....................... .1053(b) (16)–(18)
Demolition, use during .................. .851 (a), (b)
Electric equipment, energized, exposure
to.
.1053(b)(12)
Electric power transmission and
distribution lines, use near.
.951(v)
Inspection ...................................... .1053(b)(15)
Jacob’s ladders, use in marine operations.
.605(b) (3), (4)
Ladder jack scaffolds .................... .452(k)
Ladder trucks, manually propelled
mobile.
.453(b)
Load capabilities ............................ .1053(a)(1), (b)(3)
Pile driving access pits .................. .603(c)(6)
Safety devices ............................... .1051(b), .1053(a)
(18), (19), (22),
(23)
Scaffolds, use on or with ............... .1051(a)
Training requirements ................... .1060
Trestle ladder scaffolds ................. .452(n)
Lanyards ............................................... .104, .959
(see Body Belts, Safety Straps and
Lanyards)
Pile Driving .................................... .603(a)(8)
Lasers:
Eye Protection ............................... .102(b)(2)
Nonionizing Radiation ................... .54
Lead Exposure in Construction:
Permissible exposure limit ............ .62(c)
Exposure assessment ................... .62(d)
Methods of compliance ................. .62(e)
Respiratory protection ................... .62(f)
Protective work clothing and
equipment.
.62(g)
Housekeeping ................................ .62(h)
Hygiene facilities and practices ..... .62(i)
Medical surveillance ...................... .62(j)
Medical removal protection ........... .62(k)
Employee information and training .62(l)
Signs .............................................. .62(m)
Lenses .................................................. .102(a)(3)
Lasers ............................................ .102(b)(2)
Welding .......................................... .102(b)(1)
Lever and Ratchet Jacks ...................... .305
Lifelines ................................................. .104
Materials Storage .......................... .250(b)(2)
Scaffolding ..................................... .451 (i), (h), (p),(u),
(w)
Lifesaving Equipment ........................... .100–.106
Marine Operations ......................... .605(d)
Lift Slab Construction ........................... .705
Lifting Equipment .................................. .602(c)
Lighting: (see Illumination) ................... .26, 56
Portable Equipment ....................... .151(a)(4)
Temporary ..................................... .405(a)(2)(ii)

Occupational Safety and Health Admin., Labor Pt. 1926, Index
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Linemen’s Equipment (see Body Belts,
Safety Straps and Lanyards)
Lines, Underground (see Underground
Lines)
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LP Gas) ...... .153
Liquids, Flammable and Combustible .. .152
Loads:
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(2)
Electric circuit ratings .................... 416(f)
Helicopter cranes hooking and
unhooking.
.551(i)
Hoists and Elevators ..................... .552(a)(2)
Scaffolds, ratings ........................... .451
Storage .......................................... .250(a)(2)
Table H–19 (Safe Working Loads
for Shackles).
.252
Table H–20 (Number and Spacing
of U-Bolt Wire Rope Clips).
.252
Locks:
Man and Emergency ..................... .803(g)
Medical .......................................... .803(b)(9)
Manholes .............................................. .956(b)
Definition ........................................ .960(jj)
Excavating ..................................... .956(c)
Guarding ........................................ .956(b)(1)
Open Flames ................................. .956(b) (2), (3)
Trenching Cables .......................... .956(c), .956(c) (4)–
(7)
Manifolds, Oxygen ................................ .350(e)
Marine Operations ................................ .605
Working Over or Near Water ........ .106
Masonry:
Construction .................................. .700, .706
Bracing requirements and
Limited Access Zone.
.706
Masons Scaffolds .......................... .452
Removal ........................................ .854
Materials Handling ................................ .953
Equipment ..................................... .602
Framing ......................................... .953(f)
Load Attaching .............................. .953(g)
Hazardous materials, retention of
DOT markings.
.61
Hoist Ropes ................................... .953(g)
Oil Filled Equipment ...................... .953(e)
Pole Hauling .................................. .953(b)
Rigging Equipment, safe working
loads for.
.251
Storage .......................................... .953(c)
Tag Lines ....................................... .953(d)
Unloading ...................................... .953(a)
Materials Storage ................................. .250, .953(c), .957(f)
Hazardous materials, retention of
DOT markings.
.61
Marine Operations ......................... .605(a)
Safety Belts ................................... .250(b)(2)
Mechanical Equipment ......................... .952
Aerial Lifts ...................................... .952(b)
Cranes ........................................... .952(c)
Derrick Trucks ............................... .952(c)
Energized Substations .................. .957(e)
Inspections .................................... .952(a)
Medical: (see First Aid)
Attention ........................................ .23
Examinations ................................. .803(b)
Lock ............................................... .803(b)(9)
Services ......................................... .50
Metal Tower Construction .................... .955(b)
Cranes ........................................... .955(b)(6)(i)
Footings ......................................... .955(b)(1)–(3)
Auger-type .............................. .955(b)(2)
Excavations ............................ .955(b)(3)(i)
Pad-type ................................. .955(b)(1)
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Pile-type ................................. .955(b)(1)
Guy Lines ...................................... .955(b)(4)(ii)
Supports ........................................ .955(b)(4)(iii)
Methylene chloride ........................ .1152
Methyl chloromethyl ether .................... .1106
Midrails:
Scaffolding ..................................... .451
Specifications ................................ .500(f)
Mobile Scaffolds, Manually Propelled .. .453
Motor Vehicles ...................................... .600, .601
Mud Flaps ...................................... .601(b)(13)(ii)
alpha-Naphthylamine ............................ .1104
beta-Naphthylamine .............................. .1106
Needle Beam Scaffolds ........................ .452(u)
Nets, Safety .......................................... .105
Steel Erection ................................ .750(b)(1)(ii)
4-Nitrobiphenyl ...................................... .1103
N-Nitrosodimethylamine ....................... .1116
Noise Exposure .................................... .52
Nonionizing Radiation ........................... .54
Nuclear Regulatory Commission .......... .53
Occupational health and environmental
controls.
.50–.57
Oil Filled Equipment ............................. .953(e)
Openings:
Demolition ...................................... .850(i), (j)
Floors and Walls ........................... .500
Optical Density (Definition) ................... .107(d)
Table E–3 (Selecting Laser Safety
Glass).
.102(b)(2)
Outrigger Scaffolds ............................... .452(i)
Overcurrent Protection ......................... .404(e)
Overhead Power Transmission and
Distribution Lines.
.955
Clearances .................................... .955(b)(8)
Climbing Elevated Structures ........ .955(a)(2), (3)
Conductor Grips ............................ .955(c)(8)
Deenergized Conductors ............... .955(c)
Erection Cranes ............................. .955(b)(6)(i)
Inspections .................................... .955(a)(2), (b)(6)(v)
Lifting Equipment ........................... .955(a)(6)(ii)
Loadlines ....................................... .955(b)(6)(iii)
Pole Holes ..................................... .955(a)(7)
Reel Handling Equipment ............. .955(c)(12)
Splicing .......................................... .965(c)(7)(iii), (d)(7)
Stringing ........................................ .955(c), (d)
Tag Lines ....................................... .955(a)(8),
.955(b)(6)(ii)
Tower Assembly ............................ .955(b)(4)–(6)
Traffic Control ................................ .955(b)(7)
Transmission Clipping ................... .955(c)(10), (11)(ii);
(d)(9)
Wind, Bad Weather ....................... .955(b)(6)(iv),
(c)(11)(i)
Overhead Protection ............................. .451(h), .1003
Oxygen Manifolds ................................. .350(e)
Passageways (see also Runways) ...... .500(d)
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(13)(iii)
Demolition ...................................... .851(a)
Electrical Equipment ...................... .416(b)
Personal Climbing Equipment (see
Climbing Equipment).
Personal Protective Equipment: (see
also Respiratory Protection).
.28, .95–.106,
.551(e), .951(a)
Cutting, Welding, Heating ............. .353(c)(4)
Foot protection .............................. .96
Gloves ........................................... .951(a)(1)(iii)
Hats ............................................... .951(a)(2)
Non-rubber .................................... .951(a)(1)(iv)
Rubber ........................................... .951(a)(1)(i)–(iii)
Pier Holes, bell-bottomed ..................... .651(g)(2)(ii)
Pile Driving ........................................... .603
Pipelines, Piping ................................... .351(c)(2), (3), (4)

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Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Planks, Planking:
Hoists and Elevators ..................... .552(b)(3)
Scaffolding ..................................... .451
Steel Erection ................................ .752
Plasterers and Decorators Scaffolds .... .452(d)
Platforms:
Beam-Type .................................... .451(i)
Catch ............................................. .451(u)(3)
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(13)
Elevating and Rotating Work ........ .451(f)
Guarding ........................................ .500(d)
Ladder-Type (2-pt. Suspension) ... .451(i)
Light Metal-Type ............................ .451(i)
Pile Driving .................................... .603(a)(8)
Pneumatic Power Tools ....................... .302(b)
Steel Erection ................................ .752(a)(2)
Pole Hauling ......................................... .953(b)
Powder-Actuated Tools ........................ .302(e)
Power-Operated Handtools .................. .302
Power Transmission and Distribution
Lines.
.950–.960
Clearances .................................... .950(c)
Deenergizing Lines and Equipment.
.950(d)
Emergency Procedures ................. .950(e)
Employee Insulation ...................... .950(c)(1)(i), (iii)
Energized Parts ............................. .950(c)(1)(i), (ii)
Existing Lines and Equipment ....... .950(a)(2)
First Aid ......................................... .950(e)
Hot Stick Distances ....................... .950(c)(2)(i), Table
V–1
Hydraulic Fluids ............................. .950(i)
Live-line bare-hand work ............... .955(e)
Minimum Distances (see Hot Stick
and Working Distances).
Night Work ..................................... .950(f)
Overhead lines .............................. .955
Sanitation ....................................... .950(h)
Substation fences .......................... .957(g)
Water ............................................. .950(e)
Working Distances ........................ .950(c)(2)
Powered industrial trucks, operator
training.
.602(d)
Powerlines, Cranes and Derricks ......... .550(a)(15)
Pressure Vessels .................................. .29(a)
Pile-Driving Equipment .................. .603(a)
beta-Propiolactone ................................ .1113
Protective Equipment (see Personal
Protective Equipment)
Radiation:
Inert-Gas Metal-Arc Welding ......... .353(d)
Ionizing .......................................... .53
Nonionizing .................................... .54
X-ray equipment, electrical connection.
.406(d)
Radiant Energy Protection:
Lasers ............................................ .102(b)(2)
Welding .......................................... .102(b)(1)
Rated Capacity for material handling
rigging equipment:
Chain Slings .................................. .251(b)
Synthetic Webbing ........................ .251(e)
Table H–1 (Chain Slings, Steel) ... .251
Table H–2 (Maximum Allowable
Wear at Any Point of Link).
.251
Table H–3 (Single Leg slings) ....... .251
Table H–4 (Single Leg Slings) ...... .251
Table H–5 (Single Leg Slings) ...... .251
Table H–6 (Single Leg Slings) ...... .251
Table H–7 (2-Leg and 3-Leg Bridal
slings).
.251
Table H–8 (2-Leg and 3-Leg Bridal
Slings).
.251
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Table H–9 (2-Leg and 3-Leg Bridal
Slings).
.251
Table H–10 (2-Leg and 3-Leg
Bridal Slings).
.251
Table H–11 (Strand Laid Grommet).
.251
Table H–12 (Cable Laid Grommet) .251
Table H–13 (Strand Laid Endless
Slings—Mechanical Joint Improved
Plow Steel Grade Rope).
.251
Table H–14 (Cable Laid Endless
Slings—Mechanical Joint).
.251
Table H–15 (Manila Rope Slings) .251
Table H–16 (Nylon Rope Slings) .. .251
Table H–17 (Polyester Rope
Slings).
.251
Table H–18 (Polypropylene Rope
Slings).
.251
Records, employee exposure and
medical, access to.
.33
Preservation .................................. .33(d)
Trade secrets ................................ .33(f)
Transfer of records ........................ .33(h)
Regulators, use of in gas welding and
cutting.
.350(d),(h)
Rescue teams, underground construction.
.800(g)(5)
Respiratory Protection .......................... .103
Excavations ................................... .651(g)(1)(iii)
Respirators .................................... .103 (b), (c)
Underground construction ............. .800(g)(2)
Welding and Cutting ...................... .353(c)(3)
Rigging:
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550
Hoists and Elevators ..................... .550
Materials Handling ......................... .251
Ring Buoys ........................................... .106(c)
Riveting ................................................. .752
Rollover Protective Structures (see
ROPS)
Roof, Roofing, Brackets ....................... .452(h)
Roofing work, built-up ........................... .500(g)
Roofs, low-pitched; guarding built-up
roofing work.
.500(g)
Ropes:
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550
Definition ........................................ .960(ee)
Natural and Synthetic .................... 251(d)
Ropes, Wire:
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550
Hoists and Elevators ..................... .552
Rigging Equipment ........................ .251(c)
Suspension .................................... .552(c)
ROPS (Rollover Protection Structures): .1000–.1003
Coverage ....................................... .1000(a), (f)
Crawler Tractors ............................ .1001
Dozers ........................................... .1001
Graders .......................................... .1001
Labeling ......................................... .1000(c)
Loaders .......................................... .1001
Performance Requirements .......... .1001(f),.1002(c)
Protective Frames ......................... .1002
Remounting ................................... .1000(d)
Scrapers ........................................ .1001
Test Procedures ............................ .1001(e), .1002(d)–
(h)
Test Setups ................................... .1001(e)(iii)
Vehicle Weight (Definition) ............ .1001(g), .1002(e)
Runways (see also Passageways):
Excavations ................................... .651(c), (l)
Guarding ........................................ .500(d)
Safety Belts (see Belts, Safety and
Seat Belts)
Safety Devices:.

Occupational Safety and Health Admin., Labor Pt. 1926, Index
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Base-Mounted Drum Hoists .......... .553(a)(3)
Can, Safety (Definition) ................. .155(1)
Conveyors ..................................... .555(a)(3)
Hoists and Elevators ..................... .552(b)(6) and (c)(9)
Liquified Petroleum Gas ................ .153(d)
Pneumatic Power Tools ................ .302(b)(8)
Tire Racks ..................................... .600(a)(2)
Safety Factor:
Definition ........................................ .32(m)
Suspension Wire Ropes ................ .552(c)(14)(iii)
Safety Fuses ......................................... .907
Safety Nets: (see Nets, Safety):
Safety Straps ........................................ .959
(see Body Belts, Safety Straps
and Lanyards, Belts, Safety and
Belts)
Fabrics ........................................... .959(1)(i)(ii)
Safe Working Loads ............................. .252
Table H–19 (Safe Working Loads
for Shackles).
.252
Table H–20 (Number and Spacing
of U-Bolt Wire Rope Clips).
.252
Salamanders, Solid Fuel ...................... .154(d)
Sanitation .............................................. .27, .51, .950(h)
Compressed Air ............................. .803(k)
Food Handling ............................... .51(d)
Temporary Sleeping Quarters ....... .51(e)
Toilets ............................................ .51(c)
Water ............................................. .51(a), (b)
Scaffolds ............................................... .450–.454
Access ........................................... .451(e)
Aerial lifts ....................................... .453
Boatswains Chair .......................... .452(o)
Bricklayers Square ........................ .452(e)
Carpenters Bracket ....................... .452(g)
Catenary ........................................ .452(r)
Crawling Boards or Chicken Ladders.
.452(m)
Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms.
.453
Fabricated Frame .......................... .452(c)
Fall protection ................................ .451(g)
Falling object protection ................ .451(h)
Float (Ship) .................................... .452(s)
Form .............................................. .452(g)
Horse ............................................. .452(f)
Interior Hung .................................. .452(t)
Ladder Jack ................................... .452(k)
Ladder trucks ................................. .453(b)(1)
Manually Propelled Mobile ............ .453
Masons .......................................... .452
Needle Beam ................................. .452(u)
Outrigger ........................................ .452(i)
Plasterer, Decorators, and Large
Area.
.452(d)
Pole ............................................... .452(a)
Pump Jack ..................................... .452(j)
Repair Bracket ............................... .452(x)
Roofing Bracket ............................. .452(h)
Single-point Adjustable Suspension.
.452(o)
Step, Platform ................................ .452(n)
Stilts ............................................... .452(y)
Stonesetters .................................. .452(q)
Suspension, criteria ....................... .451(d)
Supported, criteria ......................... .451(e)
Swinging Stage, 2-Point Suspension.
.452
Training .......................................... .454
Trestle ladder ................................ .452(n)
Tube and Coupler ......................... .452(b)
Tubular Welded Frame (fabricated
frame).
.452(c)
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Window Jack ................................. .452(l)
Screens, Screening .............................. .351(e), .353(d)
Compressed Air ............................. .803(m)
Screw Jacks ......................................... .305
Seat Belts:
Earthmoving Equipment ................ .602(a)(2)
Motor Vehicles ............................... .601(b)(9)
Shackles and Hooks ............................. .251(f)
Shafts (see Underground Construction) .800(o)(4)
Shielding ............................................... .351(e)
Battery Rooms and Charging ........ .441(a)(5)
Shipbuilding and Ship Repairing .......... .30
Ship Scaffolds ....................................... .452(s)
Shoring:
Excavations ................................... .652(c)
Concrete and Concrete Forms ...... .703(b)
Signaling, Signals ................................. .201
Cranes and Derricks ..................... .550(a)(4)
Cranes and Hoists ......................... .201(b)
Flagmen ......................................... .201(a)
Telephones .................................... .803(c)
Signs, Accident Prevention .................. .200
Conveyors ..................................... .555(a)(7)
Explosives ..................................... .903(m), .902(h)
Records ......................................... .803(d)
Site Clearing ......................................... .604
Excavations ................................... .651(a), (j)
Fire Prevention .............................. .151(c)
Skiffs, Lifesaving ................................... .106(d)
Sleeping Quarters, Temporary ............. .51(e)
Slings .................................................... .551(c)
Smoking ................................................ .151(a)(3)
Soil classification for Excavations ........ .652(b), (c), and
Subpt. P App. A
Spectacles ............................................ .102
Splicing ................................................. .955(c)(7)(iii), (d)(7)
Stairways (see also ladders) ................ .1050–.1052, .1060
Demolition, use during .................. .851
Spiral stairways ............................. .1051(a)(1),
.1052(b)(2)
Stairrails and handrails .................. .1052(c)
Temporary service ......................... .1052(b)
Training requirements ................... .1060
Standpipes ............................................ .150(d)(2)
Steel:
Reinforcing for concrete (rebar) .... .701(b), .703(d)
Removal of .................................... .858
Steel erection:
Connectors:
Fall protection ......................... App. A
Shear connectors ................... .754(c)(1)
Workers .................................. .760(a)(3) and (b),
.761(c)(2)
Controlled decking zone ................ .706(c), .761(c)(3)
Controlling contractor:
Anchor rods (bolts) ................. .755(b)(2)
Duties; scope ......................... .750(c)
Fall protection, custody of ...... .760(c)
Falling object protection ......... .759(b)
Notification, erection sequence.
.752(a), (c), App. A
Definitions ...................................... .751
Erection plan ................................. .752(e),
.753(c)(5)(ii),
.757(a)(4) and
(c)(4)(i), App. A
Fall protection ................................ .757(a)(9), .760,
App. G
Falling object protection ................ .759
Hoisting .......................................... .752(d), .753,
.757(c)
Joists, open-web ........................... .757

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Multiple-lift rigging (X-mas treeing):
Procedure ............................... .753(c)
Training .................................. .761(c)(1)
Rigging .......................................... .753
Scope ............................................ .750
Training .......................................... .761, App. E
Systems-engineered metal buildings.
.758
Walking/working surfaces .............. .754(c), App. B
Storage:
Demolition ...................................... .857
Explosives ..................................... .904
Indoor ............................................ .151(d), .152(b)
LP Gas Containers ........................ .153(j), (k)
Materials Handling ......................... .250, .953(c), .957(f)
Open Yard ..................................... .151(c)
Outdoor .......................................... .152(c)
Static Charges ...................................... .551(j)
Stringing:
Adjacent to Energized Lines ......... .955(d)
Deenergized Conductors ............... .955(c)
Suspension Scaffolds ........................... .450–.451, .452(o)–
(r), (x), .454
Tag Lines .............................................. .551(c), .955(a),
.955(b)(6)(ii)
Tags, Accident Prevention ................... .200(h)
Conveyors ..................................... .555(a)(7)
Definition ........................................ .960(nn)
Electric Circuits, Tagging of .......... .417
Tanks, Portable, Flammable and Combustible
Liquid Outside Storage.
.152(c)(4)
Temporary Buildings, Fire Prevention .. .151(b)
Threshold Limit Values (TLVs) ............. .55(a)
Tire Safety Rack ................................... .600(a)(2)
Toeboards:
Scaffolds ........................................ .451(h)
Stand Specifications ...................... .500(f)
Toilets ................................................... .51(c)
Tools, Hand and Power ........................ .300–.305, .951
Air receivers .................................. .306
Grounding ...................................... .404(f)(7)(iv)
Hand .............................................. .951(f), .300, .302
Hotline (Definition) ......................... .960(ee)
Hydraulic ........................................ .951(f)(3)
Inspections .................................... .951(d)(2)
Live-line ......................................... .951(d)
Measuring Ropes .......................... .951(e)
Measuring Tapes ........................... .951(e)
Pneumatic ...................................... .951(f)(4)
Portable Electric ............................ .951(f)(2)
Power-transmission apparatus,
mechanical.
.307
Switches ........................................ .951(f)(1)
Tests .............................................. .951(d)(1)
Torches ................................................. .350(g)
Toxic:
Metals (Welding, Cutting and
Heating).
.353(c)
Preservative Coatings ................... .354
Training and Education ........................ .21
Transformers, Electric .......................... .403(i) and (j), and
.405(j)(5)
Transmitter Towers ............................... .550(a)(15)
Transportation Dept. (DOT) placards
for hazardous materials, retention.
.61
Trenching (see Excavation) .................. .650–.652
Trucks:
Industrial ........................................ .602(c)
Subject term Part 1926 section
no.
Off-Highway ................................... .602(a)(7)
Tube and Coupler Scaffolds ................. .452(b)
Tubular Welded Frame Scaffolds (see
Scaffolds (Fabricated Frame)).
Tunnels and Shafts (see Underground
Construction).
.800
Underground:
Installations .................................... .651(b)
Lines .............................................. .956
Transportation of Explosives ......... .903
Underground construction:
Access and egress ........................ .800(b)
Air quality ....................................... .800(h), (j)
Blasting .......................................... .800(p)
Check-in/Check-out ....................... .800(c)
Communications ............................ .800(f)
Drilling ............................................ .800(q)
Electrical safety ............................. .800(s)
Fire prevention and control ........... .800(m)
Haulage ......................................... .800(r)
Hazardous classifications .............. .800(h)
Hazards instruction and notification.
.800(d), (e)
Hoisting .......................................... .800((g)(1), (t)
Illumination .................................... .800(l)
Ventilation ...................................... .800(k)
Welding and cutting ....................... .800(n)
Underwater Blasting ............................. .912
Vapors (airborne contaminants) ........... .55
Variations (relief) .................................. .2
Ventilation ............................................. .57
Air Quality, underground construction.
.800(k)
Compressed Air ............................. .803(i)
Preservative Coatings ................... .354
Temporary Heating Devices .......... .154(a)
Welding and Cutting ...................... .353
Vests, Buoyant ..................................... .106
Vinyl chloride ........................................ .1117
Voltage (Definition) ............................... .960(qq)
Walkways (see Passageways and
Runways)
Wall:
Openings, Guarding ...................... .500(c)
Removal ........................................ .854–.856
Washing Facilities ................................. .51(f)
Waste Disposal: (see Disposal).
Water:
Marine Operations ......................... .605
Potable .......................................... .51(a)
Supply (for Fire Protection) ........... .150(b)
Working Over or Near ................... .106
Webbing, Synthetic (for Slings) ............ .251(e)
Welding and Cutting ............................. .350–.354
Aerial lifts, standards for ............... .453(b)(5)
Electric welders, electrical connection.
.406(c)
Eye Protection ............................... .102(b)
LPG Containers ............................. .153(b)
Window Jack Scaffolds ........................ .452(l)
Windows, Crane Cabs .......................... .550(a)(12)
Wire Ropes (see Ropes, Wire).
Wiring, Temporary ................................ .401(h)
Wood Pole Scaffolds ............................ .451(b)
Woodworking Tools .............................. .304
X-ray (see Radiation).

 


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