General Industry Digest
U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, 1999 - Hazardous substances - 84 pages
Prepared for employers, supervisors, and safety and health personnel to help achieve voluntary compliance with OSHA standards in the workplace. Also contains: a brief discussion of the essential elements of a generally applicable safety and health program; information on employee training for job safety and health; and a description of OSHA's Onsite Consultation available to the employer.
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Accident Recordkeeping Requirements
Cranes Overhead and Mobile Hoists
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8-hour TWA Abrasive wheel action level airborne concentration ANSI blade building cadmium centimeters combustible liquids Commissioner Compressed Gas Association conductor Confined Spaces consultation program containers cover cranes cylinders Department of Labor designed devices electrical emergency employee is exposed Employee Training employer shall ensure exceed exit exposure to MDA feet 2.1 meters flammable or combustible Forklift Trucks formaldehyde gantry cranes guarded hazard communication hazard prevention hazardous chemicals Health Program Management hoist Hooks inches injuries and illnesses inspected installed ionizing radiation labeled ladder load located machines maintained micrograms per cubic Occupational Safety onsite consultation operations OSHA area OSHA standards P.O. Box permit personal protective equipment personnel platforms portable prevent procedures process safety Process Safety Management respirators Rip saws ropes safe safety and health spraying stairways standard railing STEL storage table saws Telephone tion toeboard U.S. Department welding wheel workers workplace worksite