A safety program for the National Park Service, Office of Indian Affairs, Bureau of Reclamation: report
U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1937 - Health & Fitness - 37 pages
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5-year period Accident Experience accident hazards accident prevention Boulder Dam branch of buildings buildings and water buildings management Bureau of Labor Bureau of Reclamation causes of injuries cent ber cent cent of total chart Civilian Conservation Corps committee construction jobs costs of injuries Department of Labor Division of Labor Emergency Conservation equipment estimated costs facilitating personnel Falls of persons fatal accidents Federal Field inspections fire losses fire-protection engineer Grand Coulee Dam Handling objects health and safety Indian Affairs Indian Service injuries and fatal Labor Standards Labor Statistics lost-time accidents lost-time injuries major causes Monthly Labor Review National Park Service Navy Department NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES number of injuries Office of Indian ployees problem Proceedings of 1934 reduction responsibility safety division safety engineer safety program Silicosis Striking against objects supervision supervisory and facilitating three agencies three bureaus tion type of injury U. S. Department UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT United States Employees water systems
Page 28 - The contractor shall at all times exercise reasonable precautions for the safety of employees on the work and shall comply with all applicable provisions of Federal, State, and municipal safety laws and building and construction codes. All machinery and equipment and other physical hazards shall be guarded in accordance with the Manual of Accident Prevention in Construction...
Page 28 - All machinery and equipment and other physical hazards shall be guarded in accordance with the "Manual of Accident Prevention in Construction" of the Associated General Contractors of America unless such instructions are incompatible with Federal, State, or Municipal laws or regulations. The following provisions shall not limit the generality of the above requirements: a. The...
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Page 36 - Conference. Summary Reports Submitted to the Secretary of Labor by Conference Committees, Feb. 3, 1937.
Page 36 - Proceedings at National Conference on Silicosis and Similar Dust Diseases Called by the Secretary of Labor, Washington. DC, April 14, 1936.
Page 12 - ... western irrigation agriculture, the utilization of lands reclaimed under the reclamation act, and other areas in the arid and semiarid regions, $94,420. ******* General expenses, Bureau of Soils.—* * *—For examination of soils to aid in the classification of agricultural lands, in cooperation with other bureaus of the department and other departments of the Government, $15,000.