29 CFR Part 1910 - OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH STANDARDS

Source:
39 FR 23502, June 27, 1974, unless otherwise noted.
Authority:
29 U.S.C. 653, 655, 657; Secretary of Labor's Order Numbers 12-71 (36 FR 8754), 8-76 (41 FR 25059), 9-83 (48 FR 35736), 1-90 (55 FR 9033), 6-96 (62 FR 111), 3-2000 (65 FR 50017), 5-2002 (67 FR 65008), 5-2007 (72 FR 31159), 4-2010 (75 FR 55355), or 1-2012 (77 FR 3912), as applicable.

Sections 1910.6, 1910.7, 1910.8 and 1910.9 also issued under 29 CFR 1911. Section 1910.7(f) also issued under 31 U.S.C. 9701, 29 U.S.C. 9a, 5 U.S.C. 553; Public Law 106-113 (113 Stat. 1501A-222); Pub. L. 11-8 and 111-317; and OMB Circular A-25 (dated July 8, 1993) (58 FR 38142, July 15, 1993).

Subject Index for 29 CFR Part 1910 - Occupational Safety and Health Standards
Editorial Note:

This listing is provided for information purposes only. It is compiled and kept up-to-date by the Department of Labor. This index is updated as of July 1, 2015.

Subject term Section No.
13 Carcinogens (4-Nitrobiphenyl, etc.) .1003
Area Requirements .1003(c)
Closed System Operation .1003(c)(2)
Isolated System .1003(c)(1)
Maintenance and Decontamination Activities .1003(c)(5)
Open-Vessel System Operations .1003(c)(3)
Transfer from a Closed Operation .1003(c)(4)
Communication of Hazards .1003(e)
Hazard Communication .1003(e)(1)
Prohibited Statements .1003(e)(3)
Signs .1003(e)(2)
Training and Indoctrination .1003(e)(4)
General Regulated Area Requirements .1003(d)
Contamination Control .1003(d)(4)
Emergencies .1003(d)(2)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices 1003(d)(3)
Respiratory Program .1003(d)(1)
Medical Surveillance .1003(g)
Examinations .1003(g)(1)
Records .1003(g)(2)
Abatement Verification .1903.19
Aboveground Storage Tanks, Flammable Liquid .106(b)(2)
Spacing .106(b)(2)(ii)
Spill Control .106(b)(2)(viii)
Venting .106(b)(2)(iv), (v), (vi)
Abrasive Blasting (see also Ventilation) .94
Air Compressors, Breathing Air .94(a)(6)
Air Supply, Breathing .94(a)(6)
Blast Cleaning Enclosures .94(a)(3)
Cleaning Nozzles .244(b)
Dust Hazards .94(a)(2)
Abrasive Wheel Machinery .215
Definitions .211(b)
Blotters .215(c)(1)(v), (c)(6), (d)(5)
Diameter, Uniformity of .215(c)(4)
Dimensions .215(c)(8)
Driving Flange .215(c)(7)
Finish and Balance .215(c)(3)
Flanges .215(c)
Recess and Undercut .215(c)(5)
Repairs and Maintenance .215(c)(9)
Types .215(c)(1)(iv)
General Requirements .215(a), (c)(10)
Excluded Machinery .215(a)(5)
Flanges (Grinding Machines) .215(a)(3)
Guard Design .215(a)(2)
Machine Guarding .215(a)(1)
Work Rests .215(a)(4)
Guarding Abrasive Wheel Machinery .215(b)
Band Type Guards, General Specifications .215(b)(11)
Bench and Floor Stands .215(b)(3)
Cup Wheels .215(b)(1)
Cutting-Off Machines .215(b)(5)
Cylindrical Grinders .215(b)(4)
Exposure Adjustment .215(b)(9)
Guard Design Specifications .215(b)(11)
Guard Exposure Angles .215(b)(2)
Material Requirements and Minimum Dimensions .215(b)(10)
Snagging Machines, Automatic .215(b)(7)
Surface Grinders and Cutting-Off Machines .215(b)(5)
Swing Frame Grinders .215(b)(6)
Top Grinding .215(b)(8)
Mounting .215(d)
Arbor Size .215(d)(2)
Blotters .215(d)(5)
Bushing .215(d)(4)
Inspection .215(d)(1)
Multiple Wheel Mounting .215(d)(6)
Surface Condition .215(d)(3)
Abrasive Wheel Machinery, Portable
Definitions .241(b)
Guarding .243(c)
Cup Wheels .243(c)(2)
General Requirements .243(c)(1)
Other Type Grinders .243(c)(4)
Vertical Grinders .243(c)(3)
Inspection .243(c)(5)
Mounting .243(c)(5)
Abrasive Wheels (see Abrasive Wheel Machinery).
Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records .1020
Access to Records .1020(e)
Employee Information .1020(g)
Preservation of Records .1020(d)
Trade Secrets .1020(f)
Transfer of Records .1020(h)
Accident Prevention Signs and Tags, Specifications for .145
2-Acetylaminofluorene (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1014
Acetylene .102
Cylinders .102(a)
Generators and Filling Cylinders .102(c)
Piped Systems .102(b)
Acetylene Generators .253(f)
Approval .253(f)(1)
Location .253(f)(3)
Maintenance .253(f)(7)
Marking .253(f)(1)
Operation .253(f)(1)
Portable .253(f)(5)
Pressure Limits .253(f)(2)
Rating .253(f)(2)
Stationary .253(f)(4)
Houses and Rooms .253(f)(6)
Acrylonitrile .1045
Communication of Hazards .1045(p)
Emergency Situations .1045(i)
Employee Information and Training .1045(o)
Exposure Monitoring .1045(e)
Housekeeping .1045(k)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices .1045(m)
Medical Surveillance .1045(n)
Methods of Compliance .1045(g)
Observation and Monitoring .1045(r)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1045(c)
Protective Clothing and Equipment .1045(j)
Recordkeeping .1045(q)
Regulated Areas .1045(f)
Respiratory Protection .1045(h)
Waste Disposal .1045(l)
Action Levels (see Permissible Exposure Limits).
A-Frame Derricks (see also Derricks) .181
Adjustments.
Cranes .179(l)(3)
Derricks .181(f)(2), (f)(3)
Aerial Lifts (see also Work Platforms) .67
AIDS (see also Bloodborne Pathogens) .1030
Air Compressors, Abrasive Blasting .94(a)(6)
Air Contaminants (see also Permissible Exposure Limits) .1000
8-Hour Time Weighted Average .1000(a)(2), .1000(b)(1), .1000 Table Z-1, .1000 Table Z-2
Acceptable Maximum Peak .1000(b)(2), .1000 Table Z-2
Ceiling Values .1000(a)(1), .1000 Table Z-1
Computation Formulae .1000(d)
Extension of Federal Standards (Application).
1,3′-Butadiene .19(l)
4,4′-Methylenedianiline (MDA) .19(i)
Acrylonitrile .19(c)
Arsenic, Inorganic .19(e)
Asbestos, Tremolite, Anthophylite, and
Actinolite Dust .19(a)
Cadmium .19(k)
Ethylene Oxide .19(h)
Formaldehyde .19(j)
Lead .19(g)
Methylene Chloride (MC) .19(m)
Vinyl Chloride .19(b)
Mineral Dusts .1000(c), .1000 Table Z-3
Air Controlling Equipment, Power Presses .217(b)(10)
Air Lift Hammers, Forging .218(e)(1)
Air Receivers .169
Application .169(a)(1)
Compressed Air Equipment .169(a)(2)
Drains .169(b)(2)
Installation .169(b)(1)
Pressure Gages .169(b)(3)
Traps .169(b)(2)
Valves .169(b)(3)
Air Supply .94(a)(6)
Airhoses .243(b)(2)
Aisles.
Working Surfaces .22(b)
Alarms (see also Fire Alarms; Sprinklers; Warning Devices and Signs).
Employee Alarm Systems .165
4-Aminodiphenyl (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1011
Ammonia, Anhydrous, Storage and Handling of .111
Approval of Equipment and Systems .111(b)(1)
Connections, Filling and Discharge .111(b)(2)
Containers.
Appurtenances .111(b)(6)
Appurtenances, Protection of .111(c)(6)
Construction of Non-refrigerated Containers(see Requirements for) .111(b)(2)
Charging of .111(b)(11)
DOT Containers, Systems Using .111(e)
Farm Vehicles .111(g), .111(h)
Installation of .111(c)(5)
Location of .111(b)(5)
Motor Vehicle .111(f)
Marking Non-refrigerated Containers .111(b)(3)
Marking Refrigerated Containers .111(b)(4)
Non-Refrigerated .111(b)(2)
Original Test for Non-refrigerated Containers (see Requirements for) .111(b)(2)
Reinstallation of .111(c)(4)
Requalification of Non-refrigerated Containers .111(b)(2)
Safety Relief Devices .111(b)(9), .111(c)(3), .111(d)(4), (f)(5)
Stationary, Non-refrigerated .111(c)
Damage from Vehicles .111(c)(7)
Design Pressure and Construction of Containers .111(c)(1)
Electrical Equipment and Wiring .111(b)(16)
Farm Vehicles, Mounted Systems for, Other than the Application of Ammonia .111(g)
Fittings (see Piping, Tubing and Fittings) .111(b)(7)
Hose Specifications .111(b)(8)
Liquid Level Gaging Devices .111(b)(14)
Liquids, Transfer of .111(b)(12), .111(f)(6)
Mounted Systems on Farm Vehicles for the Application of Ammonia .111(h)
Design Pressure and Classification of Containers for .111(h)(2)
Mounting of Containers for .111(h)(3)
Valves and Accessories for .111(h)(4)
Mounted Systems on Farm Vehicles Other than for the Application of Ammonia .111(g)
Appurtenances, Container .111(g)(4)
Design Pressure and Classification of Containers .111(g)(2)
Farm Vehicles .111(g)(6)
Marking the Container .111(g)(5)
Mounting Containers .111(g)(3)
Piping, Tubing, and Fittings .111(b)(7)
Portable DOT Containers, Systems Using .111(e)
Conformance .111(e)(1)
Heat Protection .111(e)(3)
Storage .111(e)(2)
Valve Cap .111(e)(5)
Refrigerated Systems .111(d)
Automatic Control Equipment .111(d)(11)
Compressors .111(d)(9)
Compressor Drives .111(d)(10)
Compressors, Separators for .111(d)(12)
Condensers .111(d)(13)
Container Appurtenances, Protection of .111(d)(5)
Damage from Vehicles .111(d)(7)
Design of Containers .111(d)(1)
Installation of Refrigerated Storage Containers .111(d)(2)
Insulation for .111(d)(15)
Receiver and Liquid Drain .111(d)(14)
Refrigeration Load and Equipment .111(d)(8)
Reinstallation of .111(d)(6)
Safety Relief Devices .111(d)(4)
Shutoff Valves .111(d)(3)
Requirements for Construction, Original
Test and Requalification of Non-refrigerated Containers .111(b)(2)
Stationary, Non-refrigerated Storage .111(c)
Storage, Refrigerated Systems .111(d)
Tank Car, Unloading Points and Operations .111(b)(13)
Tank Motor Vehicles for the Transport of Ammonia .111(f)
Appurtenances, Container .111(f)(3)
Chock Blocks .111(f)(9)
Design Pressure and Construction of Containers .111(f)(2)
Portable Tank Containers (Skid Tanks) .111(f)(10)
Piping and Fittings for .111(f)(4)
Safety Relief Devices for .111(f)(5)
Skid Tanks .111(f)(10)
Transfer of Liquids .111(f)(6)
Tubing (see Piping, Tubing, and Fittings) .111(b)(7)
Valves and Accessories, Filling and Discharge Connections .111(c)(2)
Ammonium Nitrate .109(i)
Bulk Storage .109(i)(4)
Containers .109(i)(3)
Contaminants .109(i)(5)
Electrical Installations .109(i)(6)
Fire Protection .109(i)(7)
Separation Walls .109(i)(5)
Warehouses .109(i)(4)
Anchoring Fixed Machinery .212(b)
Anhydrous Ammonia (see Ammonia, Anhydrous, Storage and Handling of).
Appliances.
Electric .306(d)(1)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .10(b)(20), .10(g)(11)
Arbor Grinding Wheels .215(d)(2)
Arc Welding and Cutting .254
Environmental Conditions .254(b)(2)
Equipment .254(b)
Design .254(b)(4)
Disconnecting Means .305(j)(3)
Grounding .254(c)(2)
Installation .254(c)
Maintenance .254(d)(9)
Operation .254(d)
Personnel Protection .252(b)
Protection from Rays .252(b)(2)(iii)
Supply Connections .254(c)(3), (d)(3)
Health Protection .252(c)
Ventilation .252(b)(4)(ii), (c)
Voltage .254(b)(3)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018
Communication of Hazards .1018(p)
Employee Information and Training .1018(o)
Exposure Monitoring .1018(e)
Housekeeping .1018(k)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices .1018(m)
Medical Surveillance .1018(n)
Methods of Compliance .1018(g)
Observation of Monitoring .1018(r)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1018(c)
Protective Work Clothing and Equipment .1018(j)
Recordkeeping .1018(q)
Regulated Areas .1018(f)
Respiratory Protection .1018(h)
Asbestos .1001
Communication of Hazards to Employees .1001(j)
Exposure Monitoring .1001(d)
Housekeeping .1001(k)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices .1001(i)
Medical Surveillance .1001(l)
Methods of Compliance .1001(f)
Observation of Monitoring .1001(n)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1001(c)
Protective Work Clothing and Equipment .1001(h)
Recordkeeping .1001(m)
Regulated Areas .1001(e)
Respiratory Protection .1001(g)
Atmospheric Contaminants (see Air Contaminants).
Atmospheric Tanks .106(b)(1)(iii)
Attendants.
Confined Spaces, Permit-Required .146(d)(6), .146(f), .146(i)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(4)(ii)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(14)
Authorization (see also Hot Work Permits).
Grain Handling Facilities .272(f)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119(k)
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing .252(a)(2)(iv)
Automatic Sprinkler Systems (see Sprinkler Systems, Automatic) .159
Automobile Undercoatings .107(k)
Baffle Plates.
Spray Booths .107(b)(4)
Bakery Equipment (Bakeries .263
Air Conditioning .268(i)(14)
Bag Chutes and Lifts .263(d)(2)
Biscuit Equipment .263(k)
Blenders .263(d)(3)
Bolting Reels .263(d)(5)
Conveyors .263(d)(7), .263(i)(7)
Cracker Equipment .263(k)
Dividers .263(f)
Dough Brakes .263(h)
Dumpbins .263(d)(3)
Flour Handling Equipment .263(d)
Machine Guarding .263(c)
Miscellaneous Equipment .263(i)
Mixers .263(e)
Moulders .263(g)
Ovens .263(l)
Pulverizers .263(k)(2)
Scales, Flour .263(d)(9)
Sifters .263(d)(8)
Slicers .263(j)
Storage Bins .263(d)(6)
Wrappers .263(j)
Ballast, Cranes .180(i)(2)
Band Saws and Resaws .213(i)
Barking Devices.
Hydraulic .261(e)(14)
Pulp Wood and Chips .261(c), .261(e)(8)
Sawmills .265(d)(4)
Barrels.
Guarding .212(a)(4)
Basket Derricks(see Derricks) .181
Bathing Facilities.
Labor Camps .142(f)
Battery Changing and Charging .178(g), .305(j)(7)
Bearings .219(j), .219(p)(3)
Belts.
Definitions .211(f)(1)-(3)
Manlifts .68(c)(1)
Power Transmission Apparatus .219(e)(1), .219(o)(3), 219 (p)(6)
Bench and Floor Stands Guarding .215(b)(3)
Benzene .1028
Communication of Hazards .1028(j)
Exposure Monitoring .1028(e)
Medical Surveillance .1028(i)
Methods of Compliance .1028(f)
Observation of Monitoring .1028(l)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1028(c)
Protective Clothing and Equipment .1028(h)
Recordkeeping .1028(k)
Regulated Areas .1028(d)
Respiratory Protection .1028(g)
Benzidine (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1010
Beryllium .1000, .1000 Table Z-2
Bins, Bulk Storage of Explosives .109(g)(4)
Biological Hazards Signs and Tags .145(e)(4), .145(f)(8)
Blades Exposure .212(a)(5)
Blankets, Rubber Insulating .137
Blasting Agents (see also Explosives and Blasting Agents .109(g), .109(k)(1), .109(2)
Bulk Delivery .109(g)(3), (h)(4)
Bulk Storage Bins .109(g)(4)
Mixing, Fixed Location .109(g)(2), (h)(3)
Mixing Vehicles .109(g)(3), (h)(4)
Slurries .109(h)
Storage .109(g)(5)
Transportation .109(g)(6)
Use .109(g)(7)
Water Gels .109(h)
Bleaching.
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(h)
Textiles .262(p)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030
Communication of Hazards to Employees .1030(g)
Information and Training .1030(g)(2)
Labels and Signs .1030(g)(1), .1030(g)(1)(i)(E), (F), (G)
Compliance, Methods of .1030(d)
Engineering and Work-Practice Controls .1030(d)(2)
Exposure Control .1030(c)
Exposure Control Plan .1030(c)(1)
Exposure Determination .1030(c)(2)
HIV and HBV Research, Labs and Production Facilities .1030(e)
Change Rooms .1030(e)(4)(i)
Containment Equipment .1030(e)(2)(iii)
Standard Microbiological Practices .1030(e)(2)(i)
Special Practices .1030(e)(2)(ii)
Training, Requirements .1030(e)(5), .1030(g)(2)(ix)
Hepatitis B Vaccinations .1030(f)(2)
Healthcare Professional's Written Opinion .1030(f)(5)
Information Provided to Healthcare
Professional .1030(f)(4)
Post-exposure Evaluation and Follow-Up .1030(f)(3)
Recordkeeping, Medical .1030(f)(6), .1030(h)(1)
Training, Required .1030(g)(2)(vii)(I)
Housekeeping .1030(d)(4)
Contaminated Sharps, Discarding and Containment .1030(d)(4)(iii)(A)
Other Regulated Waste Containment .1030(d)(iii)(B)
Regulated Waste .1030(d)(4)(iii)
Methods of Compliance .1030(d)
Personal Protective Equipment .1030(d)(3)
Masks, Eye Protection and Face Shields .1030(d)(3)(x)
Provision of, .1030(d)(3)(i)
Repair and Replacement of, .1030(d)(3)(v)
Use of, .1030(d)(3)(ii)
Recordkeeping .1030(f)(6), .1030(h), .1030(h)(5)(iii)
Scope and Application .1030(a)
Training .1030(e)(5), .1030(g)(2)(ix)
Vaccinations, HBV .1030(f)(2)
Blotters .215(c)(1)(v), .215(c)(6), .215(d)(5)
Board Drop Hammers .218(e)(2)
Boatswain's Chair Scaffolds .28(j)
Employee Protection .28(j)(4)
Fiber Ropes .128(j)(2
Life Belts .28(j)(4)
Roof Irons, Hooks .28(j)(6)
Seat Slings .28(j)(3)
Size .28(j)(1)
Tackle .28(j)(5)
Booms, Derricks .181(i)(6)
Boring Machines .213(l)
Brakes.
Bridges .179(f)(4), .179(6)
Control .179(f)(3)
Cranes .179(f)
Friction, Power Presses .217(b)(2)
Hoists .179(f)(1)
Holding .179(f)(2)
Industrial Trucks .178(m)(5), (7)
Manlifts .68(c)(1)(i)
Power Control .179(f)(3)
Trolleys .179(f)(4), .179(5)
Brazing (see also Welding) .252
Definitions .251
Standards Sources .256
Breast Derricks (see also Derricks) .181(a)(4)
Bricklayers' Square Scaffolds .28(l)
Bridge Bumpers, Cranes .179(e)(2)
Bridge Plates (see also Dockboards) .30(a)
Bucket Truck .67
Buffing (see Grinding, Polishing, and Buffing).
Building Maintenance Powered Platforms .66
Buildings, Sawmills .265(c)
Bulk Delivery.
Blasting Agents .109(g)(3), .109(h)(4)
Explosives .109(h)(4)
Bulk Oxygen Systems(see Oxygen) .104
Bulk Plants, Flammable Liquids .106(f)
Buildings .106(f)(2)
Drainage .106(f)(7)
Electrical Equipment .106(f)(5)
Fire Protection .106(f)(8)
Ignition Sources .106(f)(6)
Liquid Storage .106(f)(1)
Loading .106(f)(3)
Waste Disposal .106(f)(7)
Wharves .106(f)(4)
Bulk Storage (see Storage).
Bumpers.
Bridge .179(e)(2)
Trolley .179(e)(3)
1,3-Butadiene .1051
Communication of BD Hazards to Employees .1051(l)
Emergency Situations .1051(j)
Exposure Goal Program .1051(g)
Exposure Monitoring .1051(d)
Medical Screening and Surveillance .1051(k)
Methods of Compliance .1051(f)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1051(c)
Protective Clothing and Equipment .1051(i)
Recordkeeping .1051(m)
Regulated Areas .1051(e)
Respiratory Protection .1051(h)
Cabinets, Flammable Liquid Storage .106(d)(3)
Size .106(d)(3)(i)
Fire Resistance .106(d)(3)(ii)
Cabs.
Cranes .179(c), .179(o)(2), .180(i)(3)
Derricks .181(j)(6)
Cadmium .1027, .252(c)(9)
Communication of Cadmium Hazards to Employees .1027(m)
Dates .1027(p)
Emergency Situations .1027(h)
Exposure Monitoring .1027(d)
Housekeeping .1027(k)
Hygiene Areas and Practices .1027(j)
Medical Surveillance .1027(l)
Methods of Compliance .1027(f)
Observation of Monitoring .1027(o)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1027(c)
Protective Work Clothing and Equipment .1027(i)
Recordkeeping .1027(n)
Regulated Areas .1027(e)
Respiratory Protection .1027(g)
Confined Spaces .252(c)(9)(ii)
Calcium Carbide.
Packaging .253(g)(1)
Storage .253(g)(2), (3)
Indoors .253(g)(2)
Outdoors .252(g)(3)
Calenders .262(ee)
Rubber and Plastics Industry.
Location Protection .216(d)(2)
Safety Controls .216(c)
Stopping Limits .216(f)(1), (3)
Switches, Trip and Emergency .216(e)
Textiles .262(ee)
Camps, Temporary Labor (see Labor Camps, Temporary) .142
Canisters, Gas Mask (see Gas Mask Canisters; Respirators).
Cantilever Gantry Cranes (see Gantry Cranes).
Carpenters' Bracket Scaffolds .28(k)
Bracket Attachment .28(k)(2)
Bracket Dimensions .28(k)(1)
Employee Protection .28(k)(3)
Guardrails .28(k)(5)
Platform Size .28(k)(4)
Caustics.
Emergency Showers .261(g)(18)(i)
Pipeline Identification .261(h)(3)(vi)
Textiles .262(oo)
Caution Signs and Labels (see also Signs and Tags, Specifications for Accident Prevention; Danger Signs; Warning Devices and Signs).
Accident Prevention .145(c)(2), (d)(4)
Ammonia, Anhydrous .111(b)(12)
Electrical, General .303(h)(2)
Extinguishing Systems, Fixed .160(b)(5)
Fluorides .252(c)(1)(iv)
Ionizing Radiation .1096(e), .1096(g)
Welding .252(c)(1)(iv)
Wiring Methods, Components and Equipment .305(j)(6)
Ceiling Workers' Scaffolds (see Plasterers' Scaffolds) .28(o)
Certification, Requirements.
Logging Operations .266(i)(10)
Powered Industrial Trucks .178(l)(6)
Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes Records .180(d)(6)
Chain Guarding .219(f)
Change Rooms.
13 Carcinogens .1003(b), .1003(d)(3)
Acrylonitrile .1045(m)(1)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(m)(1)
Asbestos .1001(h)(2), .1001(i)
Benzene .1028(i)(1)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(e)(4)(i)
Cadmium .1027(j)(2)
Chromium (VI) .1026(i)(2)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(i)(1)
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane .1044(j)(2), .1044(l)
Formaldehyde .1048(i)(1)
Hazardous Waste Operations .120(k)(8), .120(n)(7)
Lead .1025(g)(2), (i)
Methylenedianiline .1050(i)(2), (j)
Sanitation .141(e)
Drying Facilities .141(f)
Separate Facilities .141(e)
Charge Initiation .109(e)(4)
Chemical Plants (see also Refineries),Chemical Plants, and Distilleries) .106(i)
Chemicals, Hazard Communication .1200
Chemicals, Hazardous, Occupational Exposure in Laboratories .1450
Chemical Hygiene Plan .1450(e)
Employee Exposure Determination .1450(d)
Employee Information and Training .1450(f)
Hazard Identification .1450(h)
Medical Consultations and Medical Examinations .1450(g)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1450(c)
Recordkeeping 1450(j)
Use of Respirators .1450(i)
Chemicals, Highly Hazardous (see Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals) .119
Cherry Picker .67
Chicago Boom Derricks (see also Derricks) .181
Chicken Ladders (see also Crawling Boards .28(t)
bis-Chloromethyl Ether (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1008
Chromium (VI) .1026
Action Level .1026(b)
Communication of Chromium VI Hazards to Employees .1026(l)
Information and Training .1026(l)(2)
Effective Dates .1026(n)
Exposure Determination .1026(d)
Accuracy of Measurement .1026(d)(5)
Employee Notification of Determination Results .1026(d)(4)
Observation of Monitoring .1026(d)(6)
Performance-Oriented Option .1026(d)(3)
Scheduled Monitoring Option .1026(d)(2)
Housekeeping .1026(j)
Cleaning Methods .1026(j)(2)
Disposal .1026(j)(3)
Hygiene Areas and Practices .1026(i)
Change Rooms .1026(i)(2)
Eating and Drinking Areas .1026(i)(4)
Prohibited Activities .1026(i)(5)
Washing Facilities .1026(i)(3)
Medical Surveillance .1026(k)
Contents of Examination .1026(k)(3)
Frequency .1026(k)(2)
Information Provided to the PLHCP .1026(k)(4)
PLHCP's Written Medical Opinion .1026(k)(5)
Methods of Compliance .1026(f)
Engineering and Work Practice Controls .1026(f)(1)
Prohibition of Rotation .1026(f)(2)
Permissible Exposure Limit(PEL) .1026(c)
Protective Work Clothing and Equipment .1026(h)
Cleaning and Replacement .1026(h)(3)
Provision and Use .1026(h)(1)
Removal and Storage .1026(h)(2)
Recordkeeping .1026(m)
Air Monitoring Data .1026(m)(1)
Historical Monitoring Data .1026(m)(2)
Medical Surveillance .1026(m)(4)
Objective Data .1026(m)(3)
Regulated Areas .1026(e)
Access .1026(e)(3)
Demarcation of Regulated Areas .1026(e)(2)
Establishment of Regulated Areas .1026(e)
Respiratory Protection .1026(g)
Respiratory Protection Program .1026(g)(2)
SFIC Settlement Agreement (Surface Finishing Industry Council vs. OSHA) .1026 App. A
Chute Openings .23(a)(2)
Circular Resaws .213(e)
Circular Saws .213(f)
Arbors .213(s)(4)
Portable .243(a)(1)
Clean Air, Spray Finishing .94(c)(7)
Cleaning.
Air Receivers .169
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(8)(i)
Compressed Air .242(b)
Powder Coatings .107(l)(4)(i)
Solvents .107(g)(5)
Spray Booths .107(b)(9)
Spraying Operations .107(g)(2)
Cleaning Compounds .252(c)(11)
Degreasing .252(c)(11)(ii)
Manufacturer's Instructions .252(c)(11)(i)
Cleaning Solvents.
Spraying .107(g)(5)
Clear Zones.
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(10)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(9)(iv)
Processing Plants .106(h)(8)(iv)
Clearances.
Cranes .179(b)(6)
Fixed Ladders .27(c)
Back .27(c)(4)
Climbing Side .27(c)(1)
Grab Bars .27(c)(5)
Hatch Covers .27(c)(7)
Step-Across Distance .27(c)(6)
With Cages or Baskets .27(c)(3)
Without Cages or Wells .27(c)(2)
Manlifts .68(b)(11)
Spraying Discharges .107(d)(8)
3Stairs .24(i)
Clothing, Protective (see also Personal Protective Equipment) .132
Electrical .137
Fire Brigades .156
Footwear .136, .156(e)(2)
Hand .156(e)(4)
Head .135, .156(e)(5)
Helmets .135, .252(b)(2)(i)(A)
Rubber .137
Spray Finishing, Storage .107(g)(4)
Tight-fitting .219(p)(7)
Welders .252(b)(3)
Clutches .217(b)(3), (7)
Definition .180(a)(19)
Power Transmission Apparatus .219(k)
Coal Tar Pitch Volatiles; Interpretation of Term .1002
Coatings, Spray.
Dual Component .107(m)
Organic Peroxide .107(m)
Powder .107(l)
Undercoatings .107(k)
Collars .219(i)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029
Communication of Hazards .1029(l)
Employee Information and Training .1029(k)
Exposure Monitoring and Measurement .1029(e)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices .1029(i)
Medical Surveillance .1029(j)
Methods of Compliance .1029(f)
Observation of Monitoring .1029(n)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1029(c)
Protective Clothing and Equipment .1029(h)
Recordkeeping .1029(m)
Regulated Areas .1029(d)
Respiratory Protection .1029(g)
Color Codes, Safety, for Marking Physical Hazards .144
Red .144(a)(1)
Fire Protection Equipment and Apparatus .144(a)(1)(i)
Danger .144(a)(1)(ii), .145(d)(2)
Stop .144(a)(1)(iii)
Yellow for Caution .144(a)(3)
Combustible Dusts, Trucks Used .178(c)(2)(vi)
Combustible Liquids (see Flammable Liquids) .106
Combustible Materials.
Welding .252(a)(2)(i)
Commercial Diving .401
Definitions .402
Equipment .430
Hyperbaric Conditions, Examples of Conditions Which May Restrict or Limit Exposure to App. A
Live-boating .427
Mixed-Gas Diving .426
Pre-Dive Procedures .421
Post-Dive Procedures .423
Procedures During Diving .422
Qualifications of Dive Team .410
Recordkeeping Requirements .440
Safe Practices Manual .420
Scope and Application .401
SCUBA Diving .424
Surface-Supplied Air Diving .425
Communicable Diseases Reporting
Labor Camps .142(l)
Communications, Powered Platforms .66(e)(11)(vi)
Compressed Air, Cleaning .242(b)
Compressed Air Equipment (see Compressed Gas and Compressed Air Equipment.
Compressed Gases(General Requirements) .101
Compressed Gases .101(b)
Inspection of Compressed Gas Cylinders .101(a)
Safety Relief Devices for Compressed Gas Containers .101(c)
Compressed Gas Cylinders(see also Compressed Gases .253(a)(2)
Approval .253(b)(1
Inspection .101(a)
Manifolding .253(c)
Markings .253(b)(1)
Operating Procedures .253(b)(5)
Oxygen Manifolds .253(c)(2), (3)
Safety Relief Valves .101(c)
Storage .253(b)(2)-(4)
Compressed Gas and Compressed Air Equipment (see Air Receivers).
Conductors (see also Electric Wiring).
Cranes .179(g)(1)(iv), .179(6)
General Wiring .305(f)
Confined Spaces.
Atmospheric Testing of Confined Spaces .146 App.
Attendant Duties .146(i)
Cadmium .252(c)(9)(ii)
Confined Spaces, Permit-Required .146
Confined Spaces Program, Permit-Required .146(d)
Decisions Flow Chart .146 App. A
Duties upon Entering a Confined Space, Authorized .146(h)
Duties of Entry Supervisor .146(j)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(e)
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices .333(c)(5)
Employee Participation .146(l)
Entry Permit .146(f)
Entry Supervisor Duties .146(j)
Flow Chart, Decisions .146 App. A
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(b)(4),,120(c)(3)
Lifelines .252(b)(4)(iv)
Permit Samples .146 App. D
Permit System .146(e)
Procedures for Atmospheric Testing .146 App. B
Program Examples .146 App. C
Requirements, General .146(c)
Rescue and Emergency Services .146(k)
Rescue Team Evaluation Criteria .146 App. F
Sewer System Entry .146 App. E
Training .146(g)
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing .252(a)(4), .252(b)(4), .252(c)(4)
Zinc .252(c)(6)(i)
Containers (see also Tanks, Storage, Portable).
Ammonium Nitrate .109(i)(3)
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(4), (6)
Gaseous .104(b)(4)(iii)
Liquid .104(b)(4)(ii)
Flammable Liquids .106(d)
Design .106(d)(2)
Bulk Plants, Storage .106(f)
Industrial Plants, Storage .106(e)(1)
Service Stations, Storage .106(g)(1)
Processing Plants .106(h)(4)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems .103(b)(1)(i)
Guarding .212(a)(4)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(1)(i)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110
Spraying .107(e)(3), .107(5)
Welding, Gas .253(a),,253(b)
Containers, Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110
Accessories .110(b)(7), .110(c)(6), .110(d)(3), .110(8), .110(e)(5)
Awaiting Use or Resale .110(f)
Capacity .110(d)(6)
Charging Plants .110(d)(13)
Construction .110(b)(3)
Cylinder Systems .110(c)
Accessories .110(c)(6)
Indoor .110(c)(5)
Markings .110(c)(2)
Outdoor .110(c)(4)
Valves .110(c)(6)
Filling Densities .110(b)(12)
Fire Protection .110(d)(14)
Fittings .110(b)(8), .110(e)(6), .110(h)(7), .110(9)
Hoses .110(b)(9)
Industrial Plants .110(d)(12)
Installation .110(e)(4), (h)(6)
Lighting .110(d)(16)
Location .110(b)(6)
Markings .110(b)(5), .110(c)(2)
Non-DOT Containers .110(d)
Accessories .110(d)(3)
Capacity .110(d)(6)
Installation .110(d)(7)
Pipes .110(d)(3)
Pressure, Design .110(d)(2)
Reinstallation .110(d)(5)
Safety Relief Devices .110(d)(4)
Valves .110(d)(3)
Piping .110(b)(8), .110(d)(3), .110(e)(6), .110(h)(9)
Pressure Design .110(d)(2), .110(e)(3)
Safety Relief Devices .110(b)(10), .110(c)(7), .110(d)(4), .110(e)(7), .110(h)(4)
Tubing .110(b)(8), .110(e)(6)
Valves .110(b)(7), .110(c)(6), .110(d)(3), .110(e)(5), .110(h)(9)
Vaporizers .110(b)(11), .110(d)(17), .110(e)(8)
Welding .110(b)(4)
Controllers.
Cranes .179(g)(3)
Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) .147
Conveyors.
Bakeries .263(d)(7), (i)(7)
Electrostatic Spraying .107(h)(7)
Forging Machines .218(j)(3)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(c)(15)
Sawmills .265(c)(18)
Spray Booths .107(b)(7)
Corrosion Protection.
Piping, Valves, and Fittings .106(c)(5)
Storage Tanks .106(b)(1)(vi)
Underground Tanks .106(b)(3)(iii)
Cotton Dust .1043
Employee Education and Training .1043(i)
Exposure Monitoring and Measurement .1043(d)
Initial Monitoring .1043(d)(2)
Periodic Monitoring .1043(d)(3)
Employee Notification .1043(d)(4)
Medical Surveillance .1043(h)
Methods of Compliance .1043(e)
Compliance Program .1043(e)(3)
Observation of Monitoring .1043(l)
Permissible Exposure Limit(PEL) .1043(c)
Action Levels .1043(c)(2)
Recordkeeping .1043(k)
Availability of Records .1043(k)(3)(1)
Medical Surveillance, Records of ..1043(k)(2)
Respiratory Protection .1043(f)
Respiratory Program .1043(f)(2)
Respiratory Selection .1043(f)(3)
Scope and Application .1043(a)
Signs .1043(j)
Work Practices .1043(g)
Counterbalances .217(b)(9)
Counterweights.
Cranes .180(i)(2)
Covers, Openings.
Working Surfaces .23(a)(1), .23(3)(i), .23(5), .23(6), .23(8)(ii), .23 (9)
Cranes.
Construction Part 1926
Crawler .180
Definitions 179(a)
Effective Dates .179(b)(2), .180(b)(2)
Electric .306(b)
Gantry .179
Locomotive .180
Overhead .179
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(c)(8)
Telecommunications .268(n)(10)
Truck .180
Crawler Cranes (see also Crawler Locomotives and Truck Cranes .180
Crawler Locomotive, and Truck Cranes .180
Cabs .180(i)(3)
Electric Power Lines, Operations Near .180(j)
Fire Extinguishers .180(i)(5)
Inspection, Classification .180(d)
Frequent Inspection .180(d)(3)
Idle (Irregular), Cranes Not in Regular Use .180(d)(5)
Initial Inspection .180(d)(1)
Periodic .180(d)(4)
Records, of Inspections .180(d)(6)
Regular Inspection .180(d)(2)
Load Handling .180(h)
Load Ratings .180(c)
Maintenance Procedures .180(f)
Refueling .180(i)(4)
Requirements, Other .180(i)
Rope Inspection .180(g)
Swinging Locomotives .180(i)(6)
Testing .180(e)
Crawling Boards .28(t)
Crosscut Table Saws .213(d)
Cup Wheels .243(c)(2)
Flaring-Cup,Type 11 .241(b)(8)
Straight-Cup, Type 6 .241(b)(9)
Straight, Type 1 .241(b)(10)
Curing Apparatus (see Drying, Curing, and Fusion Apparatus).
Cutting (see also Welding) .252
Containers .252(a)(3)
Definitions .251
Ventilation .252(c)
Cutting-Off Machines .215(b)(5)
Cutoff Couplings .219(k)(1)
Cutoff Saws, Swing .213(g)
Cylinders, Welding Gas .253(b)
Manifolding .253(c)
Operating Procedures .253(b)(5)
Storage .253(b)(2), .253(4)
Cylindrical Grinders .215(b)(4)
Danger Signs.
13 Carcinogens .1003(e)(2)
Acrylonitrile .1045(p)(2)
Arsenic, Inorganic, .1018(j)(2), .1018(p)(2)
Asbestos .1001(j)(4)
Benzene .1028(j)(2)
Cadmium .1027(m)(2)
Color Codes .144(a)(1)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(l)(2)
Confined Spaces, Permit-Required .146(c)(2)
Cotton Dust .1043(j)
Definition, Hazard Communication .1200(c)
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane .1044(o)(2)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(j)(2)
Formaldehyde .1048(e)(1), (h)(2)
Lead .1025(g)(2), (m)(2), App. B
Methylenedianiline .1050(k)(2)
Safety Color Code for Marking Physical Hazards .144(a)
Specifications for Accident Prevention Signs and Tags .145(c), .145(d)
Tags.145(f)(5)
Telecommunications .268(d)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(l)(2)
Dates, Effective (see Effective Dates).
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044
Communication of Hazards .1044(o)
Emergency Situations .1044(i)
Employee Information and Training .1044(n)
Exposure Monitoring .1044(f)
Housekeeping .1044(k)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices .1044(l)
Medical Surveillance .1044(m)
Methods of Compliance .1044(g)
Observation of Monitoring .1044(q)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1044(c)
Protective Clothing and Equipment .1044(j)
Recordkeeping .1044(p)
Regulated Areas .1044(e)
Respiratory Protection, .1044(h)
Dead-Man Controls .243(a)(2)
Decorators' Scaffolds (see also Plasterers' Scaffolds) .28(o)
Definitions.
1,3-Butadiene .1051(b)
13 Carcinogens .1003(b)
Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records .1020(c)
Acrylonitrile .1045(b)
Ammonia, Anhydrous, Storage and Handling of .111(a)(2)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(b)
Asbestos .1001(b)
Benzene .1028(b)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(b)
Cadmium .1027(b)
Chromium (VI .1026(b)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(b)
Commercial Diving Operations .402
Confined Spaces, Permit-Required .146(b)
Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) .147(b)
Cotton Dust .1043(b)
Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes .180(a)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(b)
Derricks .181(a)
Dipping and Coating Operations .123
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(x)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(b)
Explosives and Blasting Agents .109(a)
Fire Protection .155(c)
Flammable Liquids .106(a)
Formaldehyde .1048(b)
General Definitions .2
Grain Handling Facilities .272(c)
Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Other Hand-Held Equipment .241
Hazard Communication .1200(c)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, .120(a)
Hydrogen .103(a)(1)
Ionizing Radiation .1096(a)
Lead .1025(b)
Logging Operations .266(c)
Longshoring and Marine Terminals .16(c)
Machinery and Machine Grounding .211
Manlifts .68(a)
Means of Egress .34(c)
Methylene Chloride .1052(b)
Methylenedianiline .1050(b)
Nonionizing Radiation .97(a)(1)
Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories .1450(b)
Overhead and Gantry Cranes, .179(a)
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance, .66(d)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119(b)
Respiratory Protection .134(b)
Sanitation .141(a)(2)
Sawmills .265(b)
Servicing Multi-Piece and Single-Piece Rim Wheels .177(b)
Shipyard Employment .15(b)
Slings .184(b)
Specifications for Accident Prevention Signs and Tags .145(b)
Spray Finishing Using Flammable Materials .107(a)
Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(a)
Telecommunications .268(s)
Textiles .262(b)
Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms .67(a)
Ventilation .94(a)(1), (b)(1), (c)(1)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(b)
Walking-Working Surfaces .21
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing .251
Degreasing
Cleaning Compounds .252(c)(11)(ii)
Derricks
Adjustments .181(f)(3)
Cabs .181(j)(6)
Definitions .181(a)
Fire Extinguishers .181(j)(3)
Guards .181(j)(1)
Hooks .181(j)(2)
Inspections .181(d), .181(g)
Load Handling .181(i)
Load Ratings .181(c)
Maintenance .181(f)
Operations .181(h)
Operations Near Overhead Lines .181(j)(5)
Personnel, Designated .181(b)(3)
Refueling .181(j)(4)
Repairs, Adjustments and .181(f)(3)
Requirements, General .181(b)(1)
Requirements, Other .181(j)
Rope Inspections .181(g)
Telecommunications .268(j)(4), (n)(10)
Testing .181(e)
3,-Dichlorobenzidine (and Its Salts) (see also 13 Carcinogens .1007
Dies .217(d)
Changing .218(h)(5)
Fastening .217(d)(7)
Guide Post Hazards .217(d)(4)
Handling .217(d)(3), (8)
Requirements .217(d)(1)
Scrap Handling .217(d)(3)
Stroke .217(d)(6)
Tonnage .217(d)(6)
Unitized Tooling .217(d)(5)
Weight .217(d)(6)
Diesel Powered Trucks .178(b)(1)-(3)
Dikes.
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(2)(v)
Storage Tanks .106(b)(2)(vii)
4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1015
Dining Facilities (see also Lunchrooms).
Labor Camps .142(i)
Dipping and Coating Operations (Dip Tanks) .123
Dipping and Coating Operations, General Requirements .124
Dipping and Coating, Additional Requirements, Flammable Liquids and Flashpoints .125
Additional Requirements Special Dipping and Coating .126
Dip Tanks .123, .126
Application .123(a)
Bottom Drains .125(c)
Construction .124(a), .125(a)
Conveyors .125(d), .126(g)(2)
Covers .125(f)(3)
Electrical Ignition Sources .125(e)(1)
Electrostatic Apparatus .126(g)
Fire Extinguishers .125(f)(2)(i)
Fire Protection .125(f)
Flow Coating .126(b)
Heating, .125(g)
Ignition Sources .125(e)
Inspections .124(j)(1), (3)
Liquid Storage .125(e)(2)
Maintenance .125(e)(4)
Overflow Pipes .125(b)
Tempering .126(a)
Ventilation .124(b), .125(d)(2)
Waste Cans .125(e)(4)(ii), (iii)
Disposal Systems (see Waste Disposal).
Distances from Hazards.
Ammonium Nitrate .109(i)(5)
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(3)
Electrostatic Spraying, .107(h)(6)
Explosives Storage .109(c)
Ignition Sources, Separation .107(c)(2)
Spray Booths, Separations .107(b)(8)
Distilleries (see also Refineries, Chemical Plants, and Distilleries) .106(i)
Distribution Plates.
Spray Booths, .107(b)(4)
Dividers, Bakery Equipment .263(f)
Diving, Commercial .401, .410, .420-.427, .430, .440, .441
Recreational Instructors and Guides, Alternative Requirements .401(a)(3)
Scientific .402 App. B
Dockboards .30(a)
Dough Brakes, Manually Fed .263(h)
Drag Saws .213(r)
Drainage.
Bulk Plants .106(f)(7)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(3)(iv)
Labor Camps .142(a)
Processing Plants .106(h)(3)(ii)
Service Stations .106(g)(7)
Sprinkler Systems .159(c)(7)
Storage Tanks .106(b)(2)(vii)(b)
Drains.
Air Receivers .169(b)(2)
Dressing Rooms, Personnel (see Change Rooms) .141(e)
Drips, Condensed Gas .110(d)(9)
Drives'Belt, Rope and Chain .219(e), (g), (o)(3)
Belt Tighteners .219(e)(6)
Cone-Pulley Belts .219(e)(5)
Horizontal Belts and Ropes .219(e)(1)(i)
Inclined Belts .219(e)(3)
Overhead Horizontal Belts .219(e)(2)
Vertical Belts .219(e)(3), (4)
Drums .212(a)(4)
Dry Chemical Extinguishing Systems, Fixed .161
Scope and Application, .161(a)
Specific Requirements .161(b)
Drying.
Spraying Operations .107(d)(12)
Drying, Curing, and Fusion Apparatus .107(j)
Adjacent System .107(j)(3)
Conformance .107(j)(1)
Permitted Alternate Use .107(j)(4)
Powder Coatings .107(l)(3)
Prohibited Alternate Use .107(j)(2)
Spraying Rooms .107(j)(2)
Dual Component Coatings .107(m)
Dust Hazards.
Abrasive Blasting .94(a)(2)
Asbestos .1001
Employee Exposure .1000(a)
Grain Handling Facilities .272
Effective Dates.
Hazard Communication .1200(f)(7), .1200(h), .1200(j)
Training Provisions(Effective December 1, 2013) .1200(h)
Labeling Provisions(Effective June 1, 2015) .1200
1,3 Butadiene .1051(l)
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane .1044(o)
13 Carcinogens .1003(e)
Acrylonitrile 1045(p)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(p)
Asbestos .1001(j)
Benzene .1028(j)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(i)
Cadmium .1027(m)
Chromium (VI) .1026(l)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(l)
Cotton Dust .1043(j)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(j)
Formaldehyde .1048(e), (m)
Lead .1025(m)
Methylene Chloride .1052(k)
Methylenedianiline .1050(k)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(l)
Public Contracts .98(d)
Signage Provisions (Effective June 1, 2016) .1200(j)(2)
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane .1044(o)(2)
13 Carcinogens .1003(e)(2)v
Acrylonitrile .1045(p)(2)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(p)(2)
Asbestos .1001(j)(4)
Benzene .1028(j)(2)
Cadmium .1027(m)(2)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(l)(2)
Cotton Dust 1043(j)(2)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(j)(2)
Formaldehyde .1025(m)(2)
Methylenedianiline .1050(k)(2)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(l)(2)
Egress, Means of (see Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Plans).
Electrical.
Definitions Applicable to This Subpart .399
Electric Utilization Systems .302
General .303
Hazardous (Classified) Locations .307
Introduction .301
References for Further Information App. A
Safeguards for Personnel Protection .335
Scope .331
Covered Work by Both Qualified and Unqualified Persons .331(a)
Excluded Work by Qualified Persons .331(c)
Other Covered Work by Unqualified Persons .331(b)
Selection and Use of Work Practices .333
Specific Purpose Equipment and Installations .306
Special Systems .308
Training .332
Use of Equipment .334
Wiring Design and Protection .304
Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment for General Use .305
Electric Controls, Mechanical Power Presses .217(b)(8)
Electric Energy, Hazardous, Control of (see Lockout/Tagout).
Electric Equipment (see Electric Wiring).
Electric Ignition Sources (see Ignition Sources) .107(c), .107(d)(5)
Electric Motor Ignition Sources .107(d)(5)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269
Capacitors .269(w)(1)
Communications Facilities .269(s)
Microwave Transmission .269(s)(1)
Current Transformer Secondaries .269(w)(2)
De-energizing Lines and Equipment .269(m)
Definitions .269(x)
Enclosed Spaces .269(e)
Excavations .269(f)
Exposed Energized Parts .269(l), App. B
Qualified Employees .269(l)(1)
Minimum Approach Distances .269(l)(2)
Fall Protection .269(g)(2)
Grounding .269(n)
Protective Grounding Equipment .269(n)(4)
Hazardous Energy Control (Lockout/Tagout .269(d), .269 (m)(3)(iv)
Job Briefing .269(c)
Ladders, Platforms, Steps, etc. .269(h)
Lasers .269(w)(8)
Live-Line Tools .269(j)
Materials Handling and Storage .269(k)
Storage Near Energized Lines .269(k)(2)
Mechanical Equipment .269(p)
Roll-Over Protection .269(p)(1)(iv)
Medical Services and First Aid .269(b)
Overhead Lines .269(q)
Installing and Removing .269(q)(2)
Live-Line Bare-Hand Work .269(q)(3)
Towers and Structures .269(q)(4)
Personal Protective Equipment .269(g), .269(n)(4), .269 (r)(2)(v), .269(r)(4)(ii)
Power Generation .269(v)
Coal and Ash Handling .269(v)(11)
Power Tools, Hand and Portable .269(i)
Substations .269(u)
Testing and Test Facilities .269(o), .269 App. D,
Training .269(a)(2), .269(b)(1), .269(d)(2), .269(e)(2), .269(q)(3)(i), .269(r)(1)(vi)
Tree Trimming, Line-Clearance .269(r), .269 (a)(1)(E)
Unqualified Employees .269(r)(1)
Underground Electrical Installations 269(t)
Water, Work Near .269(w)(5)
Electric Power Lines.
Safety-Related Work Practices .333(c)(3)
Electric Powered Trucks .178(b)(4)-(7)
Electric Wiring.
Ammonium Nitrate .109(i)(6)
Appliances .305(j)(3)
Approval .303(a)
Arcing Parts .303(d)
Boxes .305(b)
Branch Circuits .304(b)
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(8)(ix)
Bulk Plants .106(f)(5)
Cabinets .305(b)
Communications Systems 308(e)
Conductors .305(f)
Cranes .179(g), .306(b)
Data Processing Systems .306(e)
Electrolytic Cells .306(h)
Elevators .306(c)
Emergency Systems .308(b)
Enclosures for Damp or Wet Locationsv .305(e)
Escalators .306(c)
Examination of Equipment .303(b)(1)
Fire Protective Signaling Circuits .308(d)
Fittings .305(b)
Fixture Wires .305(i)
Flexible Cords and Cables .305(g)
General Requirements .303
Grounded and Grounding Conductors, Installation and Use .304(a)
Grounding .304(f)
Guarding Live Parts .303(g)(2)
Hand Spraying 107(i)(5)
Heating Equipment .306(g)
High Voltage (Over 600 Volts)
General .308(a)
Grounding .304(f)(7)
Guarding .303(h)(2)
Workspace .303(h)(3), .303(h)(4)
Hoists .306(b)
Identification of Disconnecting Means and Circuits .303(f)
Ignition Sources .107(c)(4), (6)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(7)
Installation and Use of Equipment .303(b)(2)
Irrigation Machines .306(i)
Lamps .305(j)(1)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(1)(ix)
Liquefied Petroleum Systems .110(b)(17), (18), (h)(13)
Marking .303(e
Motors .305(j)(4)
Moving Walks .306(c)
Outline Lighting .306(a)
Outside Conductors .304(c)
Overcurrent Protection .304(e)
Panelboards .305(d)
Portable Cables .305(h)
Powder Coatings .107(l)(1)
Power-Limited Circuits .308(c)
Processing Plants .106(h)(7)(iii)
Receptacles .305(j)(2)
Remote Control Circuits .308(c)
Services .304(d)
Service Stations .106(g)(5)
Signaling Circuits .308(c)
Signs .306(a)
Splices .303(c), .303(i)(1)-(5)
Storage Batteries .305(j)(7)
Spraying Operations .107(c)(4), .107(6)
Storage Rooms .106(d)(4)(iii)
Swimming Pools .306(j)
Switchboards .305(d)
Switches .305(c)
Transformers .305(j)(5)
Welders .306(d)
Work Practices, Safety-Related .331 to.335
Working Space About Electric Equipment .303(g)(1), .303(h)(3), .303 (h)(4)
X-Ray Equipment .306(f)
Electrical Installations .301-.399
Electrical Protective Equipment .137, .268(f)
Design 137(a)
Care and Use, In-Service .137(b)
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices .331-.335
Confined Spaces .333(c)(5)
Illumination .333(c)(4)
Ladders, Portable .333(c)(7)
Lockout and Tags .333(b), .335(b)(1)
Personal Protective Equipment .333(c)(2), .335(a)
Portable Electric Equipment .334(a)
Power Lines, Overhead .333(c)(3)
Training .332
Electromagnetic Radiation.
Definitions .97(a)(1)
Non-Ionizing Radiation .97(a)
Protection Guide .97(a)(2)
Warning Symbol .97(a)(3)
Electrostatic Apparatus (see also Electrostatic Apparatus, Fixed; Electrostatic Hand Spraying Equipment).
Powder Coatings .107(l)(5)-(7)
Electrostatic Apparatus, Fixed .107(h)
Powder Coatings .107(l)(5)
Conformance .107(h)(1)
Conveyors .107(h)(7)
Fail-Safe Controls .107(h)(9), .107(h)(10)
Insulators .107(h)(5)
Location .107(h)(3)
Supports .107(h)(4)
Ventilation .107(h)(11), .107(i)
Electrostatic Hand Spraying Equipment .107(i)
Application .107(i)(1)
Approval .107(i)(3)
Conformance .107(i)(2)
Electrical Support Equipment .107(i)(4)
Grounding 107(i)(5)-(7)
Interlocks 107(i)(8)
Powder Coatings .107(l)(6)
Specifications .107(i)(3), (4)
Spray Gun Grounding .107(i)(5)
Ventilation .107(i)(9)
Elevating Work Platforms (see Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms) .67
Emergency Action Plans .38
1,3-Butadiene .1051(j)
Employee Alarm Systems .165(b)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(h)
Fire Detection Systems .164(e)(3)
Fixed Extinguishing Systems .160(c)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(d)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response, Exemption .120(l), .120(p)(8)
Hazardous Substance Release, Emergency Response .120(q)(1)
Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Means of Egress .38
Methylenedianiline .1050(d)
Portable Fire Extinguishers .157(b)(2)
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance .66(e)(9)
Process Safety Management .119(n)
Emergency Lighting .261(b)(2)
Emergency Response (see Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response) .120(e)(7)
Emergency Situations.
Acrylonitrile .1045(i)(1)
Benzene .1028(i)(4)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(j), .1051(k)
Cadmium .1027(h)
Commercial Diving Operations (Scope) .401(b)(1)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(i)(1), .1044(m)(6)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(f)(2), .1047(h)(1)
Explosives and Blasting Agents .109(g)(3), (h)(4)
Hazardous Waste Operations .120(e)(7), .120(f)(3), .120(l)(3)
Powered Industrial Trucks .178(n)(2)
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance .66 App. C
Methylenedianiline .1050(d)(1), .1050(m)(1), .1050(m)(4)
Methylene Chloride .1052(j)(6)
Respiratory Protection .134(c)(1), .134(d)(3), .134(k)(1)
Telecommunications .268(c)(2)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(i)
Employee Alarm Systems .165
Installation and Restoration .65(c)
Maintenance and Testing .165(d)
Manual Operation .165(e)
Employee-Owned Protective Equipment .132(b)
Employee Protection (see Personal Protective Equipment).
Engineering Controls.
Acrylonitrile .1045(g)(1)
Asbestos .1001(f)(1)
Benzene .1028(f)(1)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(f)(1)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(d)(2)
Cadmium .1027(f)
Chromium (VI) .1026(f)(1)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(f)
Cotton Dust .1043(e)(1)
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane .1044(g)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(f)(1)
Formaldehyde .1048(f)(1)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(g)
Chromium (VI) .1026(f)(1)
Lead .1025(f)(1)
Methylenedianiline .1050(g)(1)
Methylene Chloride 1052(f)(1)
Noise Exposure .95(b)(1)
Respiratory Protection .134(a)
Engine Room Guardrails .219(k)(2)
Environmental Controls.
Accident Prevention Signs and Tags .145
Labor Camps .142
Marking Physical Hazards .144
Physical Hazards Markings .144
Radiation, Non-Ionizing .97
Safety Color Codes .144
Sanitation .141
Signs and Tags .145
Ventilation .94
Equalizers, Crane Hoists .179(h)(3)
Ethylene Oxide .1047
Communication of Hazards .1047(j)
Emergency Situations .1047(h)
Exposure Monitoring .1047(d)
Medical Surveillance .1047(i)
Methods of Compliance .1047(f)
Observation of Monitoring .1047(l)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1047(c)
Recordkeeping .1047(k)
Regulated Areas .1047(e)
Respiratory Protection and Personal Protective Equipment .1047(g)
Ethyleneimine (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1012
Exhaust Air Filters, Spray Booths .107(b)(5)
Exhaust Systems (see also Ventilation).
Abrasive Blasting .94(a)(4)
Grinding, Polishing, and Buffing .94(b)(4)
Sawmills .265(c)(20)
Exhausts, Spraying Operations .107(d)(3), .107 (d)(7), .107(d)(9)
Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Plans .33 to .39
Compliance with Alternate Exit-Route Codes .35
Coverage and Definitions .34
Design and Construction Requirements .36
Basic Requirements .36(a)
Exit Discharge .36(c)
Exit Door Must Be Unlocked .36(d)
Capacity of an Exit Route Must Be Adequate .36(f)
Minimum Height and Width Requirements .36(g)
Number of Exit Routes .36(b)
Outdoor Exit Route Is Permitted .36(h)
Side-Hinged Exit Door Must Be Used .36(e)
Emergency Action Plans .38
Application .38(a)
Written and Oral Emergency Action Plans .38(b)
Minimum Elements of an Emergency Action Plan .38(c)
Employee Alarm Systems .38(d)
Training .38(e)
Review of Emergency Action Plan .38(f)
Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, and Fire Prevention Plans App. A
Fire Prevention Plans .39
Application .39(a)
Employee Information .39(d)
Minimum Elements of a Fire Prevention Plan .39(c)
Written and Oral Fire Prevention Plans .39(b)
Maintenance, Safeguards, and Operational Features for Exit Routes .37
Danger to Employees Must Be Minimized .37(a)
Employee Alarm System Must Be Operable .37(e)
Lighting and Marking .37(b)
Maintaining Exit Routes During Construction, Repairs, or Alterations .37(d)
Maintenance of Fire Retardant Properties of Paints or Solutions .37(c)
Explosive-Actuated Fastening Tools .243(d)
Definitions .241(a)
Fasteners .243(d)(3)
High-Velocity Tools .243(d)(2)(i)
Inspection .243(d)(2)
Loads .243(d)(3)
Low-Velocity Tools .243(d)(2)(ii)
Maintenance .243(d)(2)
Explosives and Blasting Agents .109
Ammonium Nitrate, Storage of .109(i)
Blasting Agents .109(e), .109(g)
Blast Holes, Loading of Explosives in .109(e)(3)
Bulk Delivery .109(h)(4)
Cars, Railroad, or Vessels, Explosives at .109(f)
Charge Initiation .109(e)(4)
Chemicals, Highly Hazardous, Process Safety Management .119
Explosives at Piers, Railway Stations and Cars, or Vessels Not Otherwise Specified .109(f)
Hours of Transfer .109(f)(5)
Magazines, Construction of .109(c)(2)
Miscellaneous Provisions .109(b)
General Hazard .109(b)(1)
Mixing Vehicles .109(h)(4)
Piers, Explosives at .109(f)
Railroad Stations, Explosives at .109(f)
Scope .109(k)
Slurries .109(h)
Small Arms Ammunition, Primers, and Propellants .109(j)
Scope .109(j)(1)
Storage of Explosives .109(c)
Transportation .109(d)
Use of Explosives and Blasting Agents .109(e)
Blast Holes, Loading of Explosives .109(e)(3)
Charge Initiation .109(e)(4)
Loading of Explosives in Blast Holes .109(e)(3)
Smoking, While Using Explosives .109(e)(1)
Warning Required .109(e)(5)
Vessels, Explosives at .109(f)
Water Gel (Slurry) Explosives and Blasting Agents .109(h)
Exposure.
Air Contaminants .1000
Bloodborne Pathogens, for Healthcare Professions and Related Industries .1030(c)
Mineral Dusts .1000 Table Z-3
Noise .95
Exposure Monitoring.
Acrylonitrile .1045(e)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(e)
Asbestos .1001(d)
Benzene .1028(e)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(d)
Cadmium .1027(d)
Chromium (VI) .1026(d)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(e)
Cotton Dust .1043(d)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(f)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(s)(1)(iii)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(d)
Formaldehyde .1048(d)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(q)(4), (l)(1)
Hazardous Waste Operations .120(c)(6), (h)
Chromium (VI) .1450(d)(2)
Lead .1025(d)
Methylene Chloride .1052(d)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(e)
Noise .95(d)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(d)
Extension Ladders, Portable.
Metal .26(a)(2)
Metal, Trestle .26(a)(4)
Wood .25
Wood, Trestle .25(c)(3)(v)
Extension Lamps, Cranes .179(g)(7)
Extractors .262(y)
Eye and Face Protection .133
Markings .133(a)(4)
Optical Corrections .133(a)(3)
Protectors .133(a)(2)
Welding .252(b)(2)
Face Protection (see also Eye and Face Protection; Personal Protective Equipment) .133
Facilities, Labor Camps (see Labor Camps, Temporary).
Fail-Safe Controls, Spraying .107(h)(9)
Overhead and Gantry Cranes .179(a)(40), .179(g)(3)(viii)
Fall Protection (see also Guardrails; Lifelines).
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(g)(2), .269 (r)(8)
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance .66(j)
Safe Surface, Definition .66(d)
Personal Fall Arrest System .66 App. C
Railings .23
Scaffolds, Guardrails .28, .29
Telecommunications .268(g)
Training .66 App. A 10
Tree Trimming .269(r)(8)
Working Platform, Personal .66(j)
Fan-Rotating Element .107(d)(4)
Farm Vehicles, Anhydrous Ammonia .111(g), (h)
Fasteners .243(d)(3)
Fastening Tools .243(d)
Filling Densities, Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(12)
Filters, Spraying .107(b)(5)
Fire Brigades (see Fire Protection) .156
Fire Detection Systems .164
Installation and Restoration .164(b)
Maintenance and Testing .164(c)
Number, Location, Spacing of Detecting Devices .164(f)
Protection of Fire Detectors .164(d)
Response Time .164(e)
Fire Extinguishers (see Fire Extinguishers, Portable).
Cranes .179(c)(3), (o)(3)
Crawler Locomotive, and Truck Cranes .180(i)(5)
Derricks .181(j)(3)
Dip Tanks .125(f)(2)(i)
Powered Working Platforms .66(f)(5)(ii)(I)
Transportation .109(d)(2)
Welding .252(a)(2)(ii)
Fire Extinguishers, Portable .157
Exemptions .157(b)
General Requirements .157(c)
Hydrostatic Testing .157(f)
Inspection, Maintenance, and Testing .157(e)
Scope and Application .157(a)
Selection and Distribution .157(d)
Training and Education .157(g)
Fire Prevention Plan .39
Application .39(a)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(j)
Employee Information .39(d)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(h)(1)
Fire Protection Plan, Minimum Elements of .39(c)
Fire Protection Plans, Written and Oral .39(b)
Guidelines, Nonmandatory App. to Subpart E
Methylenedianiline .1050(d)(1)
Portable Fire Extinguishers .157(b)
Fire Protection .155 to .165
Ammonium Nitrate .109(i)(7)
Bulk Plants .106(f)(4)(ix), (8)
Chemical Plants .106(i)(5)
Definitions .155
Distilleries .106(i)(5)
Electrostatic Apparatus .107(h)(12)
Employee Alarm Systems .165
Fire Brigades .156
Publications .156 App. D
Fire Detection Systems .164
Installation and Restoration .164(b)
Maintenance and Testing .164(c)
Number, Location, Spacing of Detecting Devices .164(f)
Protection of Fire Detectors .164(d)
Response Time .164(e)
Fire Fighting Equipment .156(d)
Flammable Liquids .106(d)(7), .106(e)(5), .106(f)(8), .106(g)(9), .106(h)(6), .106(i)(5)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(5)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(d)(14), .110(f)(7), .110(h)(14)
National Consensus Standards .165 App. B
Organization .156(b)
Protective Clothing .156(e)
Body Protection .156(e)(3)
Foot and Leg Protection .156(e)(2)
Hand Protection .156(e)(4)
Head, Eye, Face Protection .156(e)(5)
Test Methods for Protective Clothing .156 App. E
Processing Plants .106(h)(6)
References for Further Information, Fire Protection .155 App. C
Respiratory Protection .156(f)
General Requirements .156(f)(1)
Positive-Pressure Breathing Apparatus .156(f)(2)
Scope, Application and Definitions .155
Selection and Distribution .157(d)
Test Methods for Protective Clothing .156 App. E
Training and Education .156(c)
Refineries .106(i)(5)
Service Stations .106(g)(9)
Spray Booths .107(f)
Cleaning .107(f)(3)
Conformance .107(f)(1)
Extinguishers, Portable .107(f)(4)
Valve Access .107(f)(2)
Storage Tanks .106(d)(7)
Trucks .178
Fire Protection Equipment.
Color Identification .144(a)(1)
Fire Brigades .156(d)
Fire Resistance(Rating).
Inside Storage Rooms .106(d)(4)(ii)
Storage Cabinets .106(d)(3)(ii)
Tank Supports .106(b)(5)(ii)
Fire Watch, Welding .252(a)(2)(iii)
Fireworks(see Pyrotechnics).
First Aid(see Medical Services and First Aid) .151
Fittings(see Piping, Fittings, and Tubing; Piping, Valves, and Fittings.
Fixed Fire Suppression Equipment Automatic Sprinkler Systems .159
Fixed Extinguishing Systems .160
Dry Chemical, Fixed Extinguishing Systems .161
Gaseous Agent, Fixed Extinguishing Systems .162
General .160
Water Spray and Foam, Fixed Extinguishing Systems .163
Fixed Industrial Stairs (see Stairs, Fixed Industrial) .24
Fixed Ladders (see Ladders, Fixed) .27, .268(h)
Flammable Liquids .106
Bulk Plants .106(f)
Chemical Plants .106(i)
Container and Portable Tank Storage .106(d)
Design, Construction, and Capacity of Containers .106(d)(2)
Design, Construction, and Capacity of Storage Cabinets .106(d)(3)
Design and Construction of Inside Storage Rooms .106(d)(4)
Fire Control .106(d)(7)
Storage Inside Buildings .106(d)(5)
Storage Outside Buildings .106(d)(6)
Container Marking, Color Codes .144(a)(1)(ii)
Distilleries .106(i)
Hazards, Communication of .1200
Ignition Sources .106(b)(6), .106(e)(6)(i), .106(f)(6), .106(g)(8), .106(h)(7)
Industrial Plants .106(e)
Piping, Valves, and Fittings .106(c)
Design .106(c)(i)
General .106(c)(1)
Materials for Piping, Valves, and Fittings .106(c)(2)
Pipe Joints .106(c)(3)
Protection Against Corrosion .106(c)(5)
Supports .106(c)(4)
Testing .106(c)(7)
Valves .106(c)(6)
Pressure Vessels .106(b)(1)(v)
Processing Plants .106(h)
Refineries, Chemical Plants and Distilleries .106(i)
Scope .106(j)
Service Stations .106(g)
Spray Finishing Using Flammable Materials (see Spray Finishing Using Flammable and Combustible Materials) .107
Storage Containers .106(d)
Tank Storage .106(b)
Design and Construction of Tanks .106(b)(1)
Installation of Outside Above-Ground Tanks .106(b)(2)
Installation of Under-Ground Tanks .106(b)(3)
Installation of Tanks Inside of Buildings .106(b)(4)
Supports, Foundations and Anchorage for All Tanks Locations .106(b)(5)
Testing .106(b)(7)
Flammable Materials, Trucks Used .178(c)(2)
Flanges (see also Abrasive Wheel Machinery) .215
Flash Welding Equipment .255(d)
Fire Curtains .255(d)(2)
Ventilation .255(d)(1)
Float Scaffolds .28(u)
Flooding, Tank Areas .106(b)(5)(vi)
Floor Loading .22(d)
Floor Openings (Holes) .23(a)
Manlifts .68(b)(5), .68(7)
Floors.
Covers, Hinged .23(a)(3)(i)
Open-Sided .23(c)
Spray Booths .107(b)(3)
Flow Coatings .126(b)
Fluidized Beds .107(l)(7)
Fluorine Compounds, Welding (see also Air Contaminants) .252(c)(5)
Foam Extinguishing Systems, Fixed .163
Food Handling .141(h)
Foot Pedals, Power Presses .217(b)(4)
Foot Protection .136
Footwalks.
Cranes .179(d)
Forging Hammers .218(a)(3)
Foot-Operated Devices .218(b)(2)
Gravity .218(e)
Air Lifts .218(e)(1)
Board Drop Hammers .218(e)(2)
Keys .218(b)(1)
Power-Driven .218(d)
Cylinder Draining .218(d)(3)
Pressure Pipes .218(d)(4)
Safety Cylinder Heads .218(d)(1)
Shutoff Valves .218(d)(2)
Forging Machine Area .30(b)
Forging Machines .218
Forging Presses .218(f)
Definitions of Forging and Hot Metal .211(e)
Gravity Hammers .218(e)
Air Lift Hammers .218(e)(1)
Board Drophammers .218(e)(2)
Hammers, General .218(b)
Foot Operated Devices .218(b)(2)
Keys (Die Keys and Shims) .218(b)(1)
Other Forge Facility Equipment .218(j)
Conveyors .218(j)(3)
Grinding .218(j)(5)
Saws 218(j)(2)
Shot Blast .218(j)(4)
Other Forging Equipment .218(i)
Boltheading .218(i)(1)
Rivet Making .218(i)(2)
Power-Driven Hammers .218(d)
Cylinder Draining .218(d)(3)
Pressure Pipes 218(d)(4)
Safety Cylinder Heads .218(d)(1)
Shutoff Valves .218(d)(2)
Requirements, General .218(a)
Forging Hammers .218(a)(3)
Hammers .218(a)(3)
Inspections .218(a)(2)
Lead Use .218(a)(1)
Maintenance .218(a)(2)
Trimming Presses .218(g)
Cold Trimming Presses .218(g)(2)
Hot Trimming Presses .218(g)(1)
Upsetters .218(h)
Lockouts .218(h)(2)
Forklifts (see also Powered Industrial Trucks).
Logging Operations .266(f)(4)
Powered Industrial Trucks .178
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(c)(1)
Fork Trucks (see also Powered Industrial Trucks) .178
Formaldehyde .1048
Communication of Hazards .1048(m)
Emergencies .1048(k)
Employee Information and Training .1048(n)
Exposure Monitoring .1048(d)
Housekeeping .1048(j)
Hygiene Protection .1048(i)
Medical Surveillance .1048(l)
Methods of Compliance .1048(f)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1048(c)
Protective Equipment and Clothing .1048(h)
Recordkeeping .1048(o)
Regulated Areas .1048(e)
Respiratory Protection .1048(g)
Fuel-Gas Systems(see also Oxygen-Fuel Gas Welding and Cutting) .253
Fuels (see also Refueling).
Handling and Storage .178(f)
Fusion Apparatus (see Drying, Curing, and Fusion Apparatus).
Gaging Devices .110(b)(19)
Gantry Cranes (see also Overhead and Gantry Cranes) .179
Garages, Undercoating Operations .107(k)
Garnett Machines .262(f)
Gas Cylinder Inspection .101(a)
Gaseous Agent Extinguishing Systems; Fixed .162
Scope and Application .162(a)
Specific Requirements .162(b)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems (see Hydrogen).
Gasoline Powered Trucks .178(b)(8), .178(9)
Gears .219(f)
Gill Boxes .262(k)
Gin Pole Derricks (see also Derricks) .181(a)(6)
Gloves, Rubber Insulating .137
Glue Spreaders .213(r)
Goggles (see also Eye Protection; Eye and Face Protection) .133, .252(b)(2)(i)(B)
Grain Handling Facilities .272
Application .272(b)
Emergency Action Plan .272(d)
Engulfment Hazard .272(e)(2), .272(g)(2), .272(h)(1)
Entry into Grain Storage Structures .272(g)
Entry into Flat Storage Structures .272(h)
Lifeline .272(h)(1)
Walking Down Grain .272(h)(2)(ii)
Hot Work Permit .272(f)
Training .272(e)
Written Housekeeping Plan .272(j)
Gravity Hammers .218(e)
Grinders (see also Abrasive Wheel Machinery).
Grinding, Forging Equipment .218(j)(5)
Grinding Machines (see also Abrasive Wheel Machinery).
Cylindrical .215(b)(4)
Flanges .215(a)(3)
Surface Grinders .215(b)(5)
Swing Frame Grinders .215(b)(6)
Top Grinding .215(b)(8)
Work Rest .215(a)(4)
Grinding, Polishing, and Buffing.
Branch Pipes .94(b)(3)
Enclosure Design .94(b)(5)
Exhaust Systems .94(b)(4)
Hoods .94(b)(3), (5)
Grinding, Top .215(b)(8)
Grounding.
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(7)(iv)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(n)
Electrostatic Spraying .107(h)(5), .107(i)(5)-(7)
Flammable Liquids .106(e)(6)(ii), .106 (f)(3)(iv)
General .304(f)
Hand Spraying .107(i)(5)-(7)
Ignition Sources .107(c)(9)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(4)(iv)
Liquid Transfer .107(e)(9)
Spray Booths .107(h)(10)
Spraying Operations .107(c)(9), .107 (e)(9), .107(i)(5)-(7)
Telecommunications .268(m)
Welding .254(c)(2), .254(d)(3), .255(b)(9), .255(c)(6)
Woodworking Tools .243(a)(5)
Guarding (See Also Term to which it Applies) .211-.222
Abrasive Wheels, Portable .243(c)
Floor Openings (Holes) .23(a)
Hatchways .23(a)(3)
Ladderways .23(a)(2)
Live Parts .303(g)(2), .303(h)(2)
Materials Handling and Storage .176(g)
Open-Sided Floors .23(c)
Platforms .23(c)
Powered Platforms .66(e)(3)
Powered Tools, Portable .243
Railings .23(e)
Runways .23(c)
Resistance Welding .255(a)(4), .255(b)(4)
Sawmills .265(c)(18)(i)
Skylight .23(a)(4)
Spraying Equipment .107(h)(10)
Stairways .23(a)(1), (d)
Telecommunications Manholes .268(o)(1)
Wall Openings (Holes) .23(b)
Guarding of Portable Powered Tools .243
Explosive Actuated Fastening Tools .243(d)
General Requirements .243(d)(1)
Inspection, Maintenance, and Tool Handling .243(d)(2)
Loads and Fasteners, Requirements for .243(d)(3)
Operating Requirements .243(d)(4)
Pneumatic Powered Tools and Hoses .243(b)
Airhoses .243(b)(2)
Tool Retainer 243(b)(1)
Portable Abrasive Wheels .243(c)
Cup Wheels .243(c)(2)
Excluded Machinery .243(c)(6)
General Requirements .243(c)(1)
Mounting and Inspections of Abrasive Wheels .243(c)(5)
Other Portable Grinders .243(c)(4)
Vertical Portable Grinders .243(c)(3)
Portable Powered Tools .243(a)
Portable Circular Saws .243(a)(1)
Switches and Controls .243(a)(2)
Lawnmowers, Power .243(e)
General Requirements .243(e)(1)
Riding Rotary Mowers .243(e)(4)
Walk-Behind and Riding Rotary Mowers .243(e)(2)
Walk-Behind Rotary Mowers .243(e)(3)
Guardrails.
Definitions .21(f)(10), .21(f)(21), .21(g)(7)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(r)(3)
Exit Route, Design and Construction Requirements .36(h)(1)
Handling Materials, General .176(g)
Manlifts .68(b)(8)(i), (10)(iv)
Manually Propelled Mobile Ladder Stands and Scaffolds (Towers) .29(a)(3)
Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus .219(b), .219(e), .219(k), .219(o)(5)
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance .66(e)(3), .66(f)(3)(i)(K), .66(f)(5)(i)(G), (f)(5)(ii)(K)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(h), (k)(7), .261(k)(10), .261(12-13)
Removable .23(a)(3)
Sawmills .265(d)(2)
Walking-Working Surfaces .22(c)
Guardrails, Scaffolds.
Scaffolding, Safety Requirements .28(a)(17)
Carpenters' Bracket Scaffolds .28(k)(5)
Horse Scaffolds .28(m)(7)
Interior Hung Scaffolds .28(p)(7)
Masons' Adjustable Multiple-Point Suspension .28(f)(15)
Outrigger Scaffolds .28(e)(5)
Plasterers', Decorators', & Large Area Scaffolds .28(o)(2), .28(4)
Single-Point Adjustable Suspension Scaffold .28(i)(5)
Stone Setters' Adjustable Multiple-Point Suspension Scaffold .28(h)(8)
Swinging Scaffolds, Two-Point Suspension .28(g)(2), (5)
Tube and Coupler Scaffolds .28(c)(14)
Tubular Welded Frame Scaffolds .28(d)(7)
Window-Jack Scaffolds .28(r)(3)
Wood Pole Scaffolds .28(b)(15)
Guards (see also Guardrails).
Derricks .181(j)(1)
Hoisting Ropes .179(e)(5)
Manlifts .68(b)(7)-(9)
Moving Parts .179(e)(6)
Trucks .178(e)
Guide Posts .217(d)(4)
Gudgeon Pin .181(a)(20)
Guy Derricks .181(a)(7)
Hammers, Forging (see Forging Hammers).
Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Other Hand-Held Equipment (see Guarding of Portable Powered Tools; Portable Tools and Equipment, Other) .241 to .244
Definitions .241
Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Equipment, General .242
Compressed Air Used for Cleaning .242(b)
General Requirements .242(a)
Hand Protection .138
Hand Spraying Equipment (see Electrostatic Hand Spraying Equipment).
Hand Tools .242
Dead-Man Controls .243(a)(2)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(i)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(c)(13)
Logging Operations .266(e)
Handholds, Manlifts .68(c)(4)
Handling (see also Materials Handling and Storage)
Ammonia, Anhydrous .111
Compressed Gases .101(b)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(2)(iii)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110
Liquids .106(h)(4)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(c)(2), (d)
Service Stations .106(g)(1)
Textiles .262(oo)
Handrails .24(h)
Cranes .179(d)(3), .179(4)(ii)
Mobile Ladder Stands .29(f)(4)
Hangers .219(p)(4)
Hardening Tanks .126(a)(1)(i), (ii)
Hatchways Guarding .23(a)(3)
Hazard Communication .1200
13 Carcinogens .1003(e)(1)
2-Acetylaminofluorene .1003(e)(1)
4-Aminodiphenyl .1003(e)(1)
Asbestos .1001(j)
Benzene .1051(l)
Benzidine .1003(e)(1)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(g)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(l)
bis-Chloromethyl Ether .1003(e)(1)
Cadmium .1027(m)
Classification of Hazards .1200(d)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(l)
3,3′-Dichlorobenzidine (and Its Salts) .1003(e)(1)
4-Dimethylaminoazobenzene .1003(e)(1)
Effective Dates .1200(j)
Employee Information and Training .1200(h)
Ethyleneimine .1003(e)(1)
Hazard Communication Program, Written .1200(e)
Information and Training .1200(h)
Labels and Other Forms of Warning .1200(f)
Labels, on Shipped Containers .1200(f)(1)
Labels, on Solid Materials .1200(f)(4)
Methyl Chloromethyl Ether .1003(e)(1)
Methylene Chloride .1052(k)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(k)
Mixtures, Classification of .1200(d)(3)
Multi-Employer Workplaces .1200(e)(2)
alpha-Naphthylamine .1003(e)(1)
beta-Napthylamine .1003(e)(1)
4-Nitrobiphenyl .1003(e)(1)
N-Nitrosodimethylamine 1003(e)(1)
beta-Propiolactone .1003(e)(1)
Purpose of Standard .1200(a)
Safety Data Sheets .1200(g)
Scope and Application .1200(b)
Trade Secrets 1200(i)
Welding .252(c)(1)(iv)
Hazardous Chemicals, Occupational Exposure in Laboratories hazardous .1450
Hazardous Chemicals, Highly, Process Safety Management (see Chemicals, Hazardous) .119 App. A
Hazardous Energy, Control of (see Lockout/Tagout).
Hazardous Materials.
Acetylene .102
Ammonia, Anhydrous, Storage and Handling of .111
Blasting Agents .109
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104
Compressed Gases, General Requirements .101
DOT Markings .1201
Explosives and Blasting Agents .109
Flammable Liquids .106
Forklifts Used .178(c)(2)
Hazard Communication .1200
Hazardous Wastes .120
Hydrogen .103
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110
Nitrous Oxide .105
Oxygen .104
Process Safety Management, Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119
Spray Finishing Using Flammable and Combustible Materials .107
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response.
Compliance Guidelines .120 App. C
Decontamination .120(k)
Decontamination Procedures .120(k)(1)
Emergency Response by Employees at Uncontrolled Hazardous Waste Sites .120(l)
Elements of an Emergency Response Plan .120(l)(2)
Handling Emergency Incidents, Procedures .120(l)(3)
Emergency Response to Hazardous Substance Releases .120(q)
Elements of an Emergency Response Plan .120(q)(2)
Plan, Emergency Response .120(q)(1)
Training for .120(q)(6)
Engineering Controls, Work Practices, and PPE .120(g)
for Substances Regulated in Subparts G and Z .120(g)(1)
Totally Encapsulating Chemical Protective Suits .120(g)(4)
Handling Drums and Containers .120(j)
Laboratory Waste Packs .120(j)(6)
Sampling of Drum and Container Contents .120(j)(7)
Shipping and Transport .120(j)(8)
Shock-Sensitive Wastes .120(j)(5)
Tank and Vault Procedures .120(j)(9)
Illumination .120(m)
Laboratory Waste Packs .120(j)(6)
Medical Surveillance .120(f)
Content of Medical Examinations and
Consultations .120(f)(4)
Examination by a Physician and Costs .120(f)(5)
Frequency of Examinations .120(f)(3)
Information Provided to the Physician .120(f)(6)
Physician's Written Opinion .120(f)(7)
Recordkeeping .120(f)(8)
Monitoring .120(h)
Initial Entry .120(h)(2)
Monitoring of High Risk Employees .120(h)(4)
Periodic Monitoring .120(h)(3)
New Technology Programs .120(o)
Personal Protective Equipment, Engineering Controls and Work Practices .120(g)
Totally-Encapsulating Chemical Protective Suits .120(g)(4)
Personal Protective Equipment Test Methods .120 App. A
Protection, Levels of Protection and Protective Gear .120 App. B
Radioactive Wastes .120(j)(4)
Releases, Emergency Response to Hazardous Substance, .120(q)
RCRA (Resource Conservation and Recovery Act), Operations Conducted under .120(p)
Scope, Applications, and Definitions .120(a)
Safety and Health Program .120(b)
Contractors and Subcontractors .120(b)(1)(iv)
Sanitation at Temporary Workplaces .120(n)
Site Characterization and Analysis .120(c)
Site Control .120(d)
Elements of Site Control System .120(d)(3)
Training .120(e)
Certification Training .120(e)(6)
Curriculum Guidelines .120 App. E
Elements to Be Covered .120(e)(2)
Emergency Response .120(e)(7)
Equivalent Training .120(e)(9)
Initial Training .120(e)(3)
Management and Supervisor Training .120(e)(4)
Qualifications for Trainers .120(e)(5)
Refresher Training .120(e)(8)
Uncontrolled Sites, Emergency Responses .120(l)
Work Practices, Engineering Controls, and PPE .120(g)
Healthcare Professions and Related Industries, Exposures to Bloodborne Pathogens 1030
Hearing Conservation Program .95(c)
Heating.
Dip Tanks .125(g)
Bulk Plants .106(f)(2)(ii)
Service Stations .106(g)(6)
Helicopters .183
Approach Distance .183(o)
Approaching Helicopter .183(p)
Briefing, Daily .183(b)
Communications .183(r)
Ground Lines .183(l)
Hooking and Unhooking Loads .183(i)
Hooks, Cargo .183(d)
Housekeeping .183(g)
Loose Gear and Objects .183(f)
Load Safety .183(h)
Personnel .183(q)
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) .183(e)
Signal Systems .183(n)
Slings and Tag Lines .183(c
Static Charge .183(j)
Visibility .183(m)
Weight Limitation .183(k)
Hepatitis B (see also Bloodborne Pathogens) .1030
Hexavalent Chromium (see Chromium [VI]).
Hinged Floor Covers .23(a)(3)(i)
Hoist Limit Switches.
Cranes .179(e)(5),,179(h)
Powered Platforms .66(f)(4), .66(g)(6)
Rope Guards .179(e)(5)
Holding Brakes .179(f)(2)
Holes (see also Floor Openings [Holes]; Wall Openings [Holes]) .23
Hooks.
Cranes .179(h)(4)
Derricks .181(j)(2)
Horse Scaffolds .28(m)
Hoses.
Flammable Liquids .107(e)(6)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(9)
Semiconductors .109(a)(12)
Sprinkler Systems .159(c)(5)
Standpipe and Hose Systems .158(c)(3)
Welding and Cutting .253(e)
Hot Metal, Forging and .211(e)
Hot Sources .107(c)(3)
Hot Work Permit (see Authorization).
Confined Spaces, Permit-Required .146(f)(14)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(f)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119(k)
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing .252(a)(2)
Hours of Transfer, Explosives .109(f)(5
Housekeeping .141(a)(3)
Acrylonitrile .1045(k)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(k)
Asbestos .1001(k)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(d)(4)
Cadmium .1027(k)
Chromium (VI) .1026(j)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(k)
Formaldehyde .1048(j)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(j)
Helicopters .183(g)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(9)
Lead .1025(h)
Materials Handling and Storage .176(c
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(l)
Processing Plants, Flammable Liquids .106(h)(8)
Sanitation .141(a)(3)
Storage Areas .176(c)
Walking-Working Surfaces .22(a)
Hydraulic Barkers 261(e)(14)
Hydraulic Equipment 217(b)(11)
Hydraulically Designed Sprinkler Systems .159(c)(11)
Hydrogen .103
Definitions .103(a)(1)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems .103(b)
Design .103(b)(1)
Containers .103(b)(1)(i)
Equipment Assembly .103(b)(1)(iv)
Marking .103(b)(1)(v)
Piping, Tubing, and Fittings .103(b)(1)(iii)
Safety Relief Devices .103(b(1)(ii)
Testing .103(b)(1)(vi)
Location .103(b)(2)
General .103(b)(2)(i)
Specific Requirements .103(b)(2)(ii)
Design Consideration at Specific Locations 103(b)(3)
Outdoor Locations .103(b)(3)(i)
Separate Buildings .103(b)(3)(ii)
Special rooms .103(b)(3)(iii)
Maintenance .103(b)(5)
Operating Instructions .103(b)(4)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)
Design .103(c)(1)
Bonding and Grounding .103(c)(1)(x)
Containers .103(c)(1)(i)
Electrical Systems .103(c)(1)(ix)
Equipment Assembly .103(c)(1)(vi)
Liquefied Hydrogen Vaporizers .103(c)(1)(viii)
Marking .103(c)(1)(iii)
Piping, Tubing, and Fittings .103(c)(1)(v)
Safety Relief Devices .103(c)(1)(iv)
Supports .103(c)(1)(ii)
Testing 103(c)(1)(vii)
Location of Liquefied Hydrogen Storage .103(c)(2)
Handling of Liquefied Hydrogen Inside Buildings Other Than Separate Buildings and Special Rooms .103(c)(2)(ii)
Specific Requirements .103(c)(2)(i)
Design Considerations at Specific Locations .103(c)(3)
Outdoor .103(c)(3)(i)
Separate Buildings .103(c)(3)(ii)
Special Rooms .103(c)(3)(iii)
Operating Instructions .103(c)(4)
Attendant .103(c)(4)(ii)
Grounding .103(c)(4)(iv)
Security .103(c)(4)(iii)
Written Instructions .103(c)(4)(i)
Maintenance .103(c)(5)
Scope .103(a)(2)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems 103(a)(2)(i)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(a)(2)(ii)
Testing .103(c)(1)(vii)
Location of Liquefied Hydrogen Storage Handling of Liquefied Hydrogen Inside Buildings Other Than Separate Buildings and Special Rooms .103(c)(2)(ii)
Specific Requirements .103(c)(2)(i)
Design Considerations at Specific Locations .103(c)(3)
Outdoor .103(c)(3)(i)
Separate Buildings .103(c)(3)(ii)
Special Rooms .103(c)(3)(iii)
Operating Instructions .103(c)(4)
Attendant .103(c)(4)(ii)
Grounding .103(c)(4)(iv)
Security .103(c)(4)(iii)
Written Instructions .103(c)(4)(i)
Maintenance .103(c)(5)
Scope 103(a)(2)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems .103(a)(2)(i)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems 103(a)(2)(ii)
Hydrostatic Tests (see also Testing).
Fire Extinguishers .157(f)
Piping .106(c)(7)
Ignition Sources.
Bulk Plants .106(f)(6)
Dip Tanks .125(e)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(6)
Powder Coatings .107(l)(1)
Processing Plants .106(h)(7)
Service Stations .106(g)(8)
Spraying Operations .107(c)
Combustible Residues .107(c)(5)
Conformance .107(c)(1)
Electrical Wiring .107(c)(4), .107(6)
Grounding .107(c)(9)
Hot Sources .107(c)(3)
Lamps .107(c)(7), (8)
Separation Minimum .107(c)(2)
Storage Tanks .106(b)(6)
Illumination (see Lighting).
Incorporation by Reference .6
Abrasive Wheel Machinery .215(b)(12)
Access to Employee Exposure and Medical Records .1020(c)(13)
Accident Prevention Signs and Tags .145(d)(10)
Acetylene .102(a), .102(b), .102(c)
Air Receivers .169(a)(2)
Ammonia, Anhydrous .111(b)(1), .111(2), .111(7), .111(8), .111(11), .111(d)(1), .111(4)
Arc Welding and Cutting .254(b)(1)
Bakery Equipment .263(i)(24), .263(k)(2)
Compressed Gases (General Requirements) .101(a), .101(b), .101 (c)
Crawler Locomotive, and Truck Cranes .180(b)(2), .180(c)(1), .180(e)(2)
Derricks .181(b)(2)
Dipping and Coating Operations .124(b)(4)
Existing Installations (Mandatory) .66 App. D(b)-(d)
Explosives and Blasting Agents .109(i)(1), (6)
Eye and Face Protection .133(b)(1), (2)
Fire Brigades .156(e)(3), .156(4), .156(5)
Fixed Ladders .27(b)(6)
Flammable Liquids 106(b)(1), .106(2), .162(d)(3), .162(4), .162(g)(1), .162(i)(3), .162(j)(6)
Foot Protection .136(b)(1), (2)
Forging Machines .218(d)(4), .218(e)(1), .218(j), .218(j)(3)
Hazard Communication .1200
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(a)(3)
Head Protection .135(b)(1)
Hydrogen .103(b)(1), .103(3), .103(c)(1)
Logging Operations .266(d)(3), .266(e)(2), .266(f)(3), .266(4), .266(5)
Manlifts .68(b)(1), .68(2), .68(3), .68(4), .68(c)(3), .68(4)
Means of Egress Compliance with Alternate Exit-Route Codes .35
Means of Egress Coverage and Definitions .34
Means of Egress Design and Construction Requirements for Exit Routes .36
Means of Egress Maintenance, Safeguards, and Operational Features for Exit Routes .37
Mechanical Power Presses .217(b)(12)
Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus .219(c)(5)
Nitrous Oxide .105
Occupational Noise Exposure .95(h)(2), .95(5), .95 App. B, .95 App. D, .95 App. I
Other Working Surfaces .30(a)(3)
Overhead and Gantry Cranes .179(b)(6), (c)(2)
Oxygen .104(b)(4), .104(5), .104(6)
Oxygen-Fuel Gas Welding and Cutting .253(b)(1), .253(4), .253(c)(2), .253(d)(1), .253(4), .253(e)(4), .253(5), .253(6), .253(f)(6)
Powered Industrial Trucks .178(a)(2), .178(3), .178(f)(1), .178(2)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(a)(3) and (4), .261(b)(1) and (2), .261(b)(6), .261(c)(2) and (3), .261(c)(8) and (10), .261(C)(14) and (15), .261(c)(16), .261(d)(1), .261(e)(3), .261(e)(7) and (9), .261(f)(4) and (5), .261(g)(1) and (g)(10), .261 (g)(11), .261(15) and (18), .261(h)(2), .261(i)(2) and (4), .261(j)(2) and (5), .261(k)(12), .261(l)(3) and (4), .261(m)(2) and (5)
Respiratory Protection .134(c), .134(d)(1) and (4)
Sawmills .265(c)(2), (c)(15), (c)(18) and (20), .265(d)(2)
Slings .184
Spray Finishing Using Flammable and Combustible Materials .107(d)(1), .107(j)(1), .107(l)(3)
Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(3) and (8), .110(b)(10) and (11), .110(b)(13), .110(b)(20), .110(d)(2), .110(e)(2) and (3) and (11), .110(g)(2), .110(h)(2), .110(i)(2) and (3)
Telecommunications .268(f)(1), .268(i)(1), .268(j)(4), .268(n)(11), .268(s)(1)
Temporary Labor Camps .142(i)(1)
Textiles .262(c)(6)
Vehicle-Mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms .67(c)(5)
Ventilation .94(a)(2)to(6), .94(b)(3) and (4), .94(c)(2) and (3), .94(c)(5)to(7)
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing General Requirements .252, (a)(1), .252(b)(2), .252(d)(1)
Indoor Storage.
Flammable Liquids .106(b)(4), .106(d)(4) and (5), .106(e)(5), .106(g)(1)(iii), .106(h)(4)(i)
Rooms .106(d)(4)
Industrial Plants
Flammable Liquids .106(e)
Electrical Systems .106(e)(7)
Fire Protection .106(e)(5)
Housekeeping .106(e)(9)
Incidental Storage .106(e)(2)
Ignition Sources .106(e)(6)
Maintenance .106(e)(9)
Repairs, Equipment .106(e)(8)
Tank Loading .106(e)(4)
Unit Physical Operations .106(e)(3)
Liquefied Petroleum .110(d)(12), .110(f)(4)
Information Collection Requirements (OMB Control Numbers) .8
Insect Control.
Sanitation .141(a)(5)
Labor Camps .142(j)
Inspection (See Also Term to Which It Applies).
Acrylonitrile .1045(k)(2)
Asbestos .1001(x)(3)
1,3-Butadiene .1051 App. A
Cadmium .1027(p)(2)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(f)(3)
Compressed Gas Cylinders .101(a)
Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) .147(c)(6)
Cotton Dust .1043(m)(2)
Cranes.
Crawler .180(d)
Gantry .179(j)
Ropes .179(m)
Locomotive .180(d)
Overhead .179(j)
Ropes .179(m)
Truck 180(d)
Derricks .181(d)
Diving, Pre-dive procedures .421(g)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, And Distribution .269(a)(2)(iii)
Electrical Protective Devices .137(a)(3)
Ethylene Oxide .1047 App. A
Fire Brigades .156(b)(1)
Fire Extinguishers 157(e)
Flammable Liquids .106(c)(1)
Flooding, Tank Areas .106(b)(5)(vi)
Formaldehyde .1048(j)
Gas Cylinders .101(a)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(m)(1)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(b)(4), .120(p)(1), .120(q)(1)
Ionizing Radiation .1096(f)(3)
Live-Line Tools .269(j)
Laboratories .1450 App. A
Ladders, Fixed .27(f)
Ladders, Portable Wood .25(b)(1)
Logging Operations .266(e)(1)
Manlifts .68(e)
Methylene Chloride .1052 App. A
Methylenedianiline .1050(e)(8)
Power Presses .217(e)
Powered Platforms .66(g), .66(h)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119(j)(4)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(g)(21)
Respirators .134(f)
Ropes, Cranes .179(m)
Scaffolding .28(c), .28(e), .28(g)
Slings .184(d)
Stairs, Fixed Industrial .24(b)
Telecommunications .268(j)(1)
Textiles .262(c)(5)
Ventilation .94(a)(4)
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing .252(d)(1)(vii), .255(e)
Woodworking Machines .213(s)
Instruction Signs, Manlifts .68(c)(7)
Insulators .107(h)(5)
Interior Hung Scaffolds .28(p)
Ionizing Radiation .1096
Caution Signs, Labels, and Signals .1096(e)
Disclosure to Former Employee of Individual Employee's Record .1096(o)
Exceptions from Posting Requirements .1096(g)
Exemptions for Radioactive Materials Packaged for Shipment .1096(h)
Exposure of Individuals to Radiation in Restricted Areas .1096(b)
Exposure to Airborne Radioactive Material .1096(c)
Immediate Evacuation Warning Signal .1096(f)
Instruction of Personnel, Posting .1096(i)
Notification of Incidents .1096(l)
Nuclear Regulatory Commission Licensees .1096(p)
Precautionary Procedures and Personal Monitoring .1096(d)
Records .1096(n)
Reports of Overexposure and Excessive Levels and Concentrations .1096(m)
Storage of Radioactive Materials .1096(j)
Waste Disposal .1096(k)
Jacks.
Definitions .241(d)
Fixed Truck .178(k)(3)
Loading .244(a)(1)
Marking .244(a)(1)
Maintenance 244(a)(2)
Truck .178(k)(3)
Jointers .213(j)
Blades .213(s)(12)
Keys, Projecting .219(h)
Kiers .262(q)
Kilns .265(f)
Kitchens, Labor Camps .142(i)
Labels.
Acrylonitrile .1045(p)(3)(iii)-(iv)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(p)(1)(iii)
Asbestos .1001(j)(5)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(g)(1)
Benzene .1028(j)(2)
Cadmium .1027(m)(3)
Chromium (VI) .1026(l)(1)(iii)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(l)(3)
Cotton Dust .1043(j)(2)(v)
1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane .1044(o)(3)
DOT Markings, Placards, and Labels .1201
Electrical Specific Purpose Equipment and Installations .306(g)(1)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(j)(2)
Formaldehyde .1048(h)(2)(ii)(B)
Hazard Communication .1200(f)
Induction and Dielectric Heating Equipment .306(g)(1)(iv)
Ionizing Radiation .1096(e)
Laboratories .1450(h)
Lead .1025(m)(1)(iii)
Methylenedianiline .1050(k)(2)(ii)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(l)(3)
Labeling, Hazardous Chemicals .1200
Labor Camps, Temporary .142
Bathing and Hand Washing Facilities .142(f)
Beds, Cots, or Bunks .142(b)(3)
Communicable Diseases Reporting .142(l)
Facilities (b)
First Aid .142(k)
Furnishings .142(b)
Floors .142(b)(4), .142(b)(5)
Grounds .142(a)(3)
Heating, Cooking, and Water Heating Equipment .142(b)(11)
Insect Control .142(j)
Kitchens, Dining Halls, and Feeding Facilities .142(i)
Laundry Facilities .142(f)
Lighting .142(g)
Refuse Disposal .142(h)
Rodent Control .142(j)
Screens on Windows and Exterior Openings .142(b)(8)
Sewage Disposal .142(e)
Shelters .142(b)
Site .142(a)
Size .142(a)(2)
Sleeping Room Requirements .142(b)(2), (b)(3)
Space .142(b)(2), (b)(9)
Stoves .142(b)(10)
Toilet Facilities .142(d)
Washing, Bathing, and Hand Washing .142(f)
Waste Disposal .142(h)
Water Supply .142(c)
Windows and Exterior Openings .142(b)(7), .142(b)(8)
Laboratories, Occupational Exposures to Hazardous Chemicals in (see Chemicals, Hazardous, Occupational Exposure in Laboratories) .1450
Laboratories and Production Facilities, HIV and HBV Research .1030(e)
Ladder-Jack Scaffolds .28(q)
Ladder Stands, Manual Mobile; (See Work Platforms, Mobile) .29(f)
Ladders.
Cranes .179(d)(4), .179(o)(1)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(h)
Fixed .27
Manlifts .68(b)(12)
Portable Metal .26
Portable Wood .25
Sawmills .265(c)(10)
Telecommunications .268(h)
Ladders, Fixed .27
Cages .27(c)(3), .27(d)(1)
Clearances .27(c)
Cleats .27(b)(1)
Design .27(a)
Stresses .27(a)(2)
Deterioration .27(b)(7)
Electrolytic Action .27(b)(5)
Extensions .27(d)(3)
Fastenings .27(b)(3)
Grab Bars .27(c)(5), (d)(4)
Ladder Extensions .27(d)(3)
Landing Platforms .27(d)(2)
Maintenance .27(f)
Pitch .27(e)
Rungs .27(b)(1)
Safety Devices .27(d)(5)
Side Rails .27(b)(2)
Splices .27(b)(4)
Welding .27(b)(6)
Wells .27(d)(1)
Ladders, Portable Metal .26
Care .26(c)(2)
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices .333(c)(7)
Extension Ladders .26(a)(2), (4)
General Requirements .26(a)(1)
Platform Ladders .26(a)(5)
Stepladders .26(a)(3)
Straight Ladders .26(a)(2), (4)
Use .26(c)(3)
Ladders, Portable Wood .25
Care .25(d)(1)
Rung Ladders .25(c)(3)
Sectional .25(c)(3)(iv)
Single .25(c)(3)(ii)
Trestle .25(c)(3)(v)
Two-Section .25(c)(3)(iii)
Side-Rolling Ladders .25(c)(5)
Special Purpose Ladders .25(c)(4)
Masons' .25(c)(4)(iii)
Painters' .25(c)(4)(ii)
Stepladders .25(c)(2)
Trolley Ladders .25(c)(5)
Materials .25(b)
Use .25(d)(2)
Ladderway Guarding .23(a)(2)
Lamps(see also Lighting) .107(c)(7), .107(c)(8), .305(j)(1)
Landings, Manlifts .68(b)(6), .68(b)(10)
Lathers' Scaffolds (see also Plasterers' Scaffolds) .28(o)
Lathes .213(o)
Laundry Facilities, Labor Camps .142(f)
Laundry Machinery and Operations .264
Miscellaneous Machines and Equipment .264(c)(4)
Operating Rules .264(d)
Markers .264(d)(1)(iii)
Mechanical Safeguards .264(d)(2)
Point-of-Operation Guards .264(c)
Starching and Drying Machines .264(c)(2)
Washroom Machines .264(c)(1)
Lavatories .141(d)(2)
Lawn Mowers, Power .243(e)
Forging Machines .218(a)(1)
General Requirements .243(e)(1)
Riding Rotary .243(e)(2), .243(e)(4)
Walk-Behind .243(e)(2), .243(e)(3)
Lead .1025, .252(c)(7)
Communication of Hazards .1025(m)(l)
Exposure Monitoring .1025(d)
Housekeeping .1025(h)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices .1025(i)
Indoors .252(c)(7)(ii), .252(c)(7)(iii)
Medical Removal Protection .1025(k)
Medical Surveillance .1025(j)
Methods of Compliance .1025(e)
Observation of Monitoring .1025(o)
Permissible Exposure Limit(PEL) .1025(c)
Protective Work Clothing and Equipment .1025(g)
Recordkeeping .1025(n)
Respiratory Protection .1025(f)
Ventilation .252(c)(7)(iii)
Leakage,Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(2)(iii)
Levers, Hand-Operated .217(b)(5)
Lifelines (see also Safety Belts).
Chicken Ladders .28(t)(2)
Confined Spaces .252(b)(4)(iv)
Crawling Boards .28(t)(2)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(g)(2)(iii)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(h)(1), .272(g)(2)
Powered Platforms .66(d)(9), App. C
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(g)(2)(ii), .261(j)(5)(ii)
Scaffolding .28(g)(9), .28(j)(4), .28(u)(6)
Welding, Cutting and Brazing .252(b)(4)(iv)
Lighting (see also Lamps).
Container Areas .110(d)(16)
Cranes .179(c)(4), (g)(7)
Electric Equipment, Workspace About .303(g)(1)(v), .303(h)(3)(ii)
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices .333(c)(4)
Hazardous Waste Operations .120(m)
Labor Camps .142(g)
Machinery, Basement Areas .219(c)(5)
Manlifts .68(b)(6)(iii), .68(14)
Operating Areas, Industrial Trucks .178(h)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(b)(2), .261(c)(10), .261(k)(21)
Sawmills .265(c)(5)(iii), .265(c)(9), .263(c)(23)(iii)
Spray Booths .107(b)(10)
Storage Areas .178(h)
Lighting Receptacles.
Cranes .179(g)(7)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems(see Hydrogen).
Liquefied Petroleum Gases, Storage and Handling of .110
Appliances, Requirements for .110(b)(20)
Attendants, During Transfer of Liquids .110(b)(14)
Basic Rules .110(b)
Approval of Equipment and Systems .110(b)(2)
Construction of Containers .110(b)(3)
Odorizing Gases .110(b)(1)
Requirements for Construction and Original Testing of Containers .110(b)(3)
Buildings.
Engines, Portable, in Buildings .110(e)(12)
Engines, Stationary, in Buildings .110(e)(11)
Industrial Trucks Inside Buildings .110(e)(13)
Piping Gas into Buildings .110(b)(13)
Condensed Gas Drips .110(d)(9)
Containers Other Than DOT Containers .110(d)
Containers, Awaiting Use or Resale, Storage of .110(f)
Cylinder Systems .110(c)
Definitions .110(a)
Drains .110(d)(11)
Electrical Equipment and Other Sources of Ignition .110(b)(17), .110(b)(18)
Engines in Buildings .110(e)(11), (e)(12)
Equipment, Approval of .110(b)(2)
Fire Protection .110(d)(14), .110(f)(7), .110(h)(14)
Gaging Devices, Liquid-Level .110(b)(19)
Garaging LP-Gas-Fueled Vehicles .110(e)(14)
Ignition (see Sources of, .110(b)(17)
Liquefied Petroleum Gas Service Stations .110(h)
Liquid-Level Gaging Devices .110(b)(19)
Liquids, Transfer of .110(b)(14)
Loading or Unloading Points and Operations of Trucks .110(b)(15)
Location of Containers and Regulated Equipment .110(b)(6)
Motor Fuel, Liquefied Petroleum as a .110(e)
Odorizing Gases .110(b)(1)
Regulating Containers and Equipment .110(b)(6), .110(c)(5), .110(e)(9)
Scope .110(i)
Service Stations .110(h)
Sources of Ignition, Electrical Equipment and Other .110(b)(17)
Storage .110
Storage of Containers Awaiting Use or Resale .110(f)
Systems Using Containers Other Than DOT Containers .110(d)
Tank Car Loading .110(b)(15)
Transfer of Liquids .110(b)(14)
Transport Trucks .110(b)(15)
Truck Loading or Unloading, Points and Operations .110(b)(15)
Trucks Conversion .178(d), .178(q)(12)
Liquid Fuels.
Handling and Storage .178(f)
Service Stations .106(g)
Liquid Heaters, Spray .107(e)(7)
Liquid Transfer.
Ammonia, Anhydrous .111(b)(12), (f)(6)
Flammable Liquids .106(e)(2)(iv), .106(e)(3)(vi), .106(f)(3)(vi), .106(g), .106(h)(4), .107(e)(4), .107(e)(9)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(14)
Load Handling.
Crawler Locomotives and Truck Cranes .180(h)
Attaching .180(h)(2)
Holding .180(h)(4)
Moving .180(h)(3)
Size .180(h)(1)
Derricks .181
Attaching .181(i)(2)
Boom Securing .181(i)(6)
Holding .181(i)(4)
Moving .181(i)(3)
Size .181(i)(1)
Winch Heads .181(i)(5)
Overhead and Gantry Cranes .179(n)
Attaching .179(n)(2)
Hoist Limit Switches .179(n)(4)
Moving .179(n)(3)
Size .179(n)(1)
Load Ratings
Cranes .180(c)
Derricks .181(c)
Overhead and Gantry Cranes .179(b)(5)
Loading
Bulk Plants .106(f)(3)
Explosives .109(e)(3)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(4)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(15)
Processing Plants .106(h)(5)
Scaffolds .29(a)(2)
Lockout/Tagout.
Bakery Equipment .263(k)(12)(i)
Confined Spaces, Permit-Required .146(f)(8)
Control of Hazardous Energy .147
Control Sequence .147(d)
Employee Training and Communication .147(c)(7)
Energy Control Program .147(c)(1)
Release Procedures, from Lockout/Tagout .147(e)
Scope, Application and Purpose .147(a)
Testing or Positioning of Machines, Equipment or Components .147(f)
Training .147(c)(7)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(d), .269(m)
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices .333(b)(1), (2)
Definitions .399
Forging Machines .218(h)(2)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(h)(2)(i), .272(e)(1)(ii)
Inspection, Periodic .147(c)(6)
Powered Platforms .66(f)(3)(i)(J)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119(f)(4), .119 App.C10
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(b)(1)
Locomotive Cranes (see also Crawler Locomotives,and Truck Cranes) .180
Logging Operations .266
Chain Saws .266(e)(2)
Chipping .266(h)(4)
Environmental Conditions .266(d)(5)
Explosives .266(d)(10)
First Aid .266(d)(2), .266(i)(7), .266 App. A, .266 App. B
Hand and Portable Powered Tools .266(e)
Harvesting .266(h)
Bucking .266(h)(3)
Felling .266(h)(2)
Limbing .266(h)(3)
Loading .266(h)(6)
Machines for Moving Materials .266(f)
Designated Operator .266(f)(2)
Exhaust Systems .266(f)(6)
FOPS/ROPS .266(f)(3)
Guarding .266(f)(8)
Brakes .266(f)(7)
Machine Access .266(f)(5)
Overhead Guard .266(f)(4)
Personal Protective Equipment .266(d)(1)
Seat Belts .266(d)(3)
Storage .266(h)(8)
Training .266(i)
Certification .266(i)(10)
Content 266(i)(3)
Designated Trainer .266(i)(8)
First-Aid .266(i)(7), .266 App. B
Frequency .266(i)(2)
Meetings .266(i)(11)
Vehicles .266(g)
Inspection .266(g)(2)
Instructions .266(g)(3)
Maintenance .266(g)(1)
Work Areas .266(d)(6)
Log Handling (See Also Sawmills) .265(d)
Longshoring .16(a)
Looms .262(n)
Low Pressure Tanks .106(b)(1)(iv)
LP-Gases(see Liquefied Petroleum Gases, Storage and Handling of).
Lumber Handling .265(c)(27), .265 (c)(28)
Lunchrooms .141(g)
Asbestos .1001(i)(3), .1001(f)(5),
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(m)(3), .1018(m)(5)
Cadmium .1027(j)(4), .1027(p)(2)(vi)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(i)(3), (i)(5)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(l)(3)
Lead .1025(i)(4)
Location .141(g)(1), .141(g)(2)
Methylenedianiline .1050(j)(3)
Waste Disposal Containers .141(g)(3)
Machinery and Machine Guarding .211-.222
Abrasive Wheel Machinery .215
Anchoring Fixed Machinery .212(b)
Bakeries .263(c)
Barrels .212(a)(4)
Blades Exposure .212(a)(5)
Calenders .216
Containers .212(a)(4)
Definitions .211
Drums .212(a)(4)
Forging Machines .218
Machines, General Requirements for All .212
Anchoring Fixed Machinery .212(b)
Machine Guarding .212(a)
Mills .216
Point of Operation .212(a)(3)
Power Presses .217
Power Transmission Equipment .219
Types .212(a)(1)
Woodworking Machinery .213
Machines.
Abrasive Wheels .215
Definitions .211
Forging .218
Laundry .264
Logging Operations .266(f)
Mills and Calenders .216
Power Transmission, Mechanical .219
Presses, Mechanical .217
Textiles .262
Woodworking .213
Magazines, Explosives .109(c)(2)
Class I .109(c)(3)
Class II .109(c)(4)
Maintenance (see also Term to Which It Applies)
13 Carcinogens (4-Nitrobiphenyl, etc.) .1003(c)(5)
Acetylene Generators .253(f)(7)
Arc Welding and Cutting .254(d)(9)
Building Maintenance Powered Platforms .66
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(10)
Cranes .179(l), .180(f)
Derricks .181(f)
Dip Tanks .125(e)(4)
Employee Alarm Systems .165(d)
Exposure records .1020(d)(1)
Fire Extinguishers .157(e)
Fire Prevention Plans .37
Flanges .215(c)(9)
Forging Machines .218(a)(2)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems .103(b)(5)
Industrial Plants .106(e)(9)
Jacks .244(a)(2)
Ladders, Fixed .27(f)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(5)
Logging Operations .266(g)(1)
Mechanical Power Presses 217(e)
Medical Records .1020(d)(1)
Powder Coatings .107(g), (l)(4)
Powered Industrial Trucks .178(q)
Processing Plants .106(h)(8)
Records, Medical and Exposure .1020(d)(1)
Resistance Welding .255(e)
Standpipe and Hose System .158(e)
Sprinkler Systems .159(c)(2)
Woodworking Machinery Requirements .213(s)
Manifolding Gas Cylinders .253(c)
Fuel-Gas .253(c)(1)
Operating Procedures .253(c)(5)
Oxygen .253(c)(2), (3)
Portable Outlet Headers .253(c)(4)
Manholes.
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(t)(2)
Telecommunications .268(o)
Guarding Floor and Wall Openings .23(a)(6)
Manlifts .68
Belts .68(c)(1)(ii)
Brakes .68(c)(1)(i)
Clearances .68(b)(11)
Design .68(b)(3)
Exit Protection .68(b)(8)
Floor Openings .68(b)(5), (7)
Guardrails .68(b)(8)(i), (10)(iv)
Guards .68(b)(7), (9)
Handholds .68(c)(4)
Inspections .68(e)
Instruction Signs .68(c)(7)
Ladders .68(b)(12)
Landings .68(b)(6)
Lighting .68(b)(6), .68(b)(iii), .68(b)(14)
Machinery .68(c)
Mechanical Requirements .68(c)
Operating Rules .68(d)
Platforms .68(c)(3)
Speed .68(c)(2)
Standards Sources .68(b)(4)
Steps .68(c)(3)
Stops .68(c)(5), (6)
Warning Signs .68(c)(7)
Weather Protection .68(b)(15)
Marine Service Stations .106(g)(4)
Marine Terminals .16(b)
Marking Physical Hazards, Safety Color Codes .144
Sawmills .265(c)(11)
Markings (see also Signs and Tags, Specifications for Accident Prevention; Marking Physical Hazards, Safety Color Codes).
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(8)(viii)
Compressed Gas Cylinders .253(b)(1)
Electric Equipment .
General .303(e)
Hazardous Locations .307(b)(2)(ii)
Explosives .109(d)(2)(ii)
Eye and Face Protection .133(a)(4)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems .103(b)(1)(v)
Hazardous Materials, Retention of DOT Markings .1201
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(1)(iii)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(5), (c)
Load Ratings.
Cranes .180(c)(2)
Derricks .181(c)
Powered Industrial Trucks .178(a)(3)
Physical Hazards .144
Sawmills .265(c)(11)
Mason's Adjustable Multiple Point Suspension Scaffolds .28(f)
Masons' Ladders .25(c)(4)(iii)
Matching Machines .213(n)
Material Safety Data Sheets, Chemical Hazards Information .1200
Materials Handling and Storage.
Aisles and Passageways .176(a)
Clearance Limit Signs .176(e)
Cranes, Crawler Locomotives,and Trucks .180
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(k)
Guarding Openings .176(g)
Handling Materials, General .176
Hazardous Materials, Retention of DOT Markings .1201
Hazardous Waste Operations .120(j), (p)(6)
Housekeeping .176(c)
Mechanical Equipment, Use of .176(a)
Secure Storage .176(b)
Powered Industrial Trucks .178
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(c), (d), (m)
Railroad Cars, Rolling, .176(f)
Telecommunications .268(k)
Maximum Allowable Concentration
Fluorine .252(c)(5)(ii)
Welding Contamination .252(c)(1)(iii)
Mechanical Handling Equipment.
Clearances .176(a)
Powered Industrial Trucks .177(e), .178
Mechanical Power Presses .217
Definitions .211(d)
Design, Construction, Setting and Feeding Dies .217(d)
Guide Post Hazards .217(d)(4)
Unitized Tooling .217(d)(5)
Dies .217(d)
Guarding and Construction .217(b)
Air Counterbalance Cylinders .217(b)(9)(iii)-(v)
Air Controlling Equipment .217(b)(10)
Brakes, Friction .217(b)(2)
Electrical Controls .217(b)(8)
Foot Pedals .217(b)(4)
Full Revolution Clutches .217(b)(3)
Hazards to Personnel from Broken or Falling Machine Components .217(b)(1)
Hydraulic Equipment .217(b)(11)
Levers, Hand-Operated .217(b)(5)
Part Revolution Clutches .217(b)(7)
Pressure Vessels .217(b)(12), .217(b)(9)(i), .217(b)(ii)
Treadles, Foot Pedals .217(b)(4)
Trips, Two-Hand .217(b)(6)
Inspection, Maintenance, and Modification of Presses .217(e)
Modifications .217(e)(2)
Records .217(e)(1)
Training Maintenance Personnel .217(e)(3)
Operation of Power Presses .217(f)
Clearances, Work Area .217(f)(3)
Instructions to Operators .217(f)(2)
Overloading .217(f)(4)
Point of Operation, Safeguarding .217(c)
Hand Feeding Tools .217(c)(4)
Power Press Guarding and Construction (see Mechanical Power Press Guarding and Construction) .217(b)
Requirements, General .217(a)
Excluded Machines .217(a)(5)
Mechanical Power-Transmission Guarding.
Definitions in 1910.219 .211(f)
Mechanical Power-Transmission Apparatus .219
Approved Materials .219(o)
Guards for Horizontal Overhead Belts .219(o)(3)
Guards for Horizontal Overhead Rope and Chain Drives .219(o)(4)
Guardrails and Toeboards .219(o)(5)
Minimum Requirements .219(o)(1)
Wood Guards .219(o)(2)
Bearings and Facilities for Oiling .219(j)
Belt, Rope, and Chain Drives .219(e)
Belt Tighteners .219(e)(6)
Cone-Pulley Belts .219(e)(5)
Horizontal Belt and Rope .219(e)(1)
Overhead Horizontal Belts .219(e)(2)
Vertical and Inclined Belts .219(e)(3)
Vertical Belts .219(e)(4)
Belt Shifters, Clutches, Shippers, Poles, Perches, and Fasteners .219(l)
Belt Shifters .219(l)(1)
Belt Shippers and Shipper Poles .219(l)(2)
Care of Equipment .219(p)
Bearings .219(p)(3)
Belts, Care of .219(p)(6)
General Care .219(p)(1)
Hangers .219(p)(4)
Lubrication .219(p)(7)
Pulleys .219(p)(5)
Shafting .219(p)(2)
Chains .219(f)
Clutches .219(k), .219(l)
Collars and Couplings .219(i)
Collars .219(i)(1)
Couplings .219(i)(2)
Couplings .219(i)
Cutoff Couplings .219(k)
Drives, Chain .219(e)
Friction Drives, Guarding .219(g)
Gears, Sprockets, and Chains .219(f)
Gears .219(f)(1)
Hand-Operated Gears .219(f)(2)
Openings for Oil .219(f)(4)
Sprockets and Chains .219(f)(3)
Guarding Friction Drives .219(g)
Guarding of Clutches, Cutoff Couplings, and Clutch Pulleys .219(k)
Guards .219(k)(1)
Engine Rooms .219(k)(2)
Keys, Setscrews, and Other Projections .219(h)
Prime-Mover Guards .219(b)
Cranks and Connecting Rods .219(b)(2)
Extension Piston Rods .219(b)(3)
Flywheels .219(b)(1)
Tail Rods or Extension Piston Rods .219(b)(3)
Projections, Keys, Setscrews, and Other .219(h)
Pulleys .219(d)
Broken Pulleys .219(d)(3)
Guarding Pulleys .219(d)(1)
Location of Pulleys .219(d)(2)
Speeds, Pulley .219(d)(4)
Requirements, General .219(a)
Textile Industry, Requirements for .219(a)(3)
Setscrews .219(h)
Shafting .219(c)
Basements, Power-Transmission Apparatus Located in .219(c)(5)
Guarding Horizontal Shafting .219(c)(2)
Guarding Vertical and Inclined Shafting .219(c)(3)
Inclined Shafting .219(c)(3)
Installation .219(c)(1)
Projecting Shaft Ends .219(c)(4)
Power-Transmission Apparatus in Basements, Rooms or Towers, Locks .219(c)(5)
Vertical Shafting .219(c)(3)
Sprockets .219(f)
Standard Guards, General Requirements for .219(m)
Materials .219(m)(1)
Methods of Manufacture .219(m)(2)
Textile Industry, General Requirements for the .219(a)(3)
Medical Evaluations.
13 Carcinogens .1003(g)
Acrylonitrile .1045(n)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(n)
Asbestos .1001(l)
Benzene .1028(i)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(f)(1), (3)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(k)(5)-(7)
Cadmium .1027(l)
Chromium (VI) .1026(k)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(j)
Cotton Dust .1043(h)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(m)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(i)
Formaldehyde .1048(l)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(f)
Laboratories .1450(g)
Lead .1025(j), App. C
Methylene Chloride .1052(g)(4), (j)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(m)
Respiratory Protection .134(e)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(k)
Medical Removal.
Benzene .1028(i)(8)-(9)
Cadmium .1027(l)(11)-(12), App. A
Formaldehyde .1048(l)(8)-(9)
Lead .1025(k), (n)(3), App.B, App. C
Methylenedianiline .1050(m)(9), (n)(5)
Methylene Chloride .1052(j)(11)-(13)
Medical Services and First Aid .151
Eye Flushing .151(c)
First Aid .151(b)
First Aid Kits .151 App. A
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
Medical Surveillance .120(f)
Medical Personnel Advice and Consultation .151(a)
Labor Camps, Temporary .142(k)
Logging Operations .266(d)(2), (i)(7), App. A, App. B
Telecommunications .268(c)(3)
Textiles .262(pp)
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing .252(c)(13)
Mercantile Occupancies .106(d)(5)(iv)
Mercury .252(c)(10)
Metal Cutting (see Cutting; Welding)
Metal Ladders, Portable (see also Ladders, Portable Metal) .26
Methods of Compliance.
Acrylonitrile .1045(g)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(g)
Asbestos .1001(f)
Benzene .1028(f)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(d)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(f)
Cadmium .1027(f)
Chromium (VI) .1026(f)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(f)
Cotton Dust .1043(e)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(g)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(f)
Formaldehyde .1048(f)
Lead .1025(e)
Methylene Chloride .1052(f)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(g)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(f)
Methyl Chloromethyl Ether (see also 13 Carcinogens) .10
Methylene Chloride .1052
Employee Information and Training .1052(l)
Exposure Monitoring .1052(d)
Hazard Communication .1052(k)
Hygiene Facilities .1052(i)
Medical Surveillance .1052(j)
Methods of Compliance .1052(f)
Permissible Exposure Limit(PEL) .1052(c)
Protective Work Clothing and Equipment .1052(h)
Recordkeeping .1052(m)
Regulated Areas .1052(e)
Respiratory Protection .1052(g)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050
Communication of Hazards .1050(k)
Emergency Situations .1050(d)
Exposure Monitoring .1050(e)
Housekeeping .1050(l)
Hygiene Facilities and Practices .1050(j)
Medical Surveillance .1050(m)
Methods of Compliance .1050(g)
Observation of Monitoring .1050(o)
Permissible Exposure Limit (PEL) .1050(c)
Protective Work Clothing and Equipment .1050(i)
Recordkeeping .1050(n)
Regulated Areas .1050(f)
Respiratory Protection .1050(h)
Microwave Transmission .268(p), .269(s)(1)
Mill Roll Heights .216(a)(4)
Mills, Pulp, Paper and Paperboard (see Pulp, Paper and Paperboard Mills) .261
Mills and Calenders in the Rubber and Plastics Industries .216
Calender Safety Controls .216(c)
Definitions .211(c)
Location Protection .216(d)
Requirements, General .216(a)
Auxiliary Equipment .216(a)(3)
Mill Roll Heights .216(a)(4)
Mill Safety Controls .216(b)
Auxiliary Equipment .216(b)(3)
Roll Heights, Mill .216(a)(4)
Safety Controls, Mill .216(b)
Auxiliary Equipment .216(b)(3)
Safety Trip Control .216(b)(1)
Stopping Limits .216(f)
Switches, Trip and Emergency .216(e)
Trip and Emergency Switches .216(e)
Mills, Rubber and Plastics Industry.
Definitions .211(c)
Location Protection .216(d)(1)
Roll Heights .216(a)(4)
Safety Controls .216(b)
Auxiliary Equipment .216(b)(3)
Safety Trip Control .216(b)(1)
Stopping Limits .216(f)(1), (2)
Switches, Trip and Emergency .216(e)
Mixing.
Blasting Agents .109(g)(2), (3), (h)(3), (4)
Explosives .109(h)(3), (4)
Molding Machines .213(n)
Monitoring
Benzene .1028(e)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(d)
Cadmium .1027(d)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(e)
Cotton Dust .1043(d)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(e)(11)
Grain Handling Facilities .272(q)(4)(ii), .272(l)(1)
Motor Fuels .110
Motor Vehicles.
Ammonia, Anhydrous .111(f)
Motorized Hand Trucks (see also Powered Industrial Trucks) .178
Multi-Piece Rim Wheels,and Single Piece, Servicing .177
alpha-Naphthylamine (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1004
beta-Naphthylamine (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1009
Nationally Recognized Testing Laboratories, Definition and Requirements for .7
Alternative Test Standard .7(d)
Fees .7(f)
Implementation .7(e)
Laboratory Requirements .7(b)
OSHA Recognition, Procedures for .7, App. A
Test Standards .7(c)
Needle Beam Scaffolds .28(n)
4-Nitrobiphenyl (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1003
N-Nitrosodimethylamine (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1016
Nitrous Oxide .105
Noise Exposure (see Occupational Noise Exposure) .95
Non-ionizing Radiation .97
Electromagnetic Radiation .97(a)
Definitions .97(a)(1)
Radiation Protection Guide .97(a)(2)
Scope .97(a)(4)
Warning Symbol .97(a)(3)
Nonpotable Water .120(n)(2)
Noxious Gases, Storage Areas .178(i)
Nozzles
Abrasive Blasting .94(a)(2)(iii), .244(b)
Gasoline .106(g)(3)(vi)
Standpipe .158(c)(4)
Occupational Health and Environmental Control Subpart G
Occupational Noise Exposure .95
Access to Information and Training Materials .95(l)
Administrative Controls .(b)(1)
Appendices .95(n)
Mandatory Appendices A, B, C, D, and E .95(n)(1)
Informational Appendices F and G .95(n)(2)
Audiometric Testing Program .95(g)
Audiometric Test Requirements .95(h)
Sound Exceeding the Limits in Table G-16 .95(b)(1)
Employee Notification .95(e)
Engineering Controls .95(b)(1)
Exemptions .95(o)
Hearing Conservation Program .95(c)
Hearing Protector Attenuation .95(j)
Hearing Protectors .95(i)
Monitoring .95(d)
Observation of Monitoring .95(f)
Personal Protective Equipment .95(b)(1), (c), (i), (j)
Protection Against Effects of Noise Exposures Listed in Table G- 16 .95(a)
Recordkeeping .95(m)
Exposure Measurements .95(m)(1)
Audiometric Tests .95(m)(2)
Record Retention .95(m)(3)
Access to Records .95(m)(4)
Transfer of Records .95(m)(5)
Training Program .95(k)
Odorizing Gases .110(b)(1)
OMB Control Numbers (Information Collection Requirements) .8
Open-Sided Floors .23(c)
Openings (see also Floor Openings [Holes], Wall Openings [Holes]) .23
Tanks: Inside .106(b)(4)(iv)
Organic Peroxide Coatings (see also Dual Component Coatings) .107(m)
Outdoor Storage.
Flammable Liquids .106(d)(6)
Outlet Headers, Welding .253(c)(4)
Protective Equipment .253(e)(4)
Outrigger Scaffolds .28(e)
Outside Storage Trucks .178(c)(2)(ix), .178(c)(2)(xi)
Ovens .263(l)
Direct-Fire .263(l)(10)
Direct Re-circulating .263(l)(11)
Electrical Heating Equipment .263(l)(8)
General Requirements .263(l)(9)
Indirect Re-circulating .263(l)(15)
Location .263(l)(1)
Mechanical Parts .263(l)(3)
Overflow Pipes, Dip Tanks .125(b)
Overhead Cranes (see Overhead and Gantry Cranes) .179
Overhead and Gantry Cranes.
Access to Crane .179(c)(2)
Adjustments .179(l)(3)
Brakes .179(f)
Bridge Bumpers .179(e)(2)
Cabs .179(c)
Clearances from Obstruction .179(b)(6)
Effective Dates .179(b)(2)
Electric Equipment .179(g)
Fire Extinguishers .179(c)(3), .179(o)(3)
Footwalks and Ladders .179(d)
General Requirements, Application .179(b)(1)
Guards .179(e)(5), .179(e)(6)
Handrails .179(d)(3), .179(d)(4)(ii)
Hoisting Equipment .179(h)
Hoisting Rope Guards .179(e)(5)
Inspections .179(j), .179(m)
Ladders and Stairways .179(d)(4)
Lighting .179(c)(4)
Load Handling .179(n)
Maintenance .179(l)
Modifications .179(b)(3)
Moving Parts, Guards .179(e)(6)
Rail Clamps .179(b)(4)
Rail Sweeps .179(e)(4)
Rated Loads
Markings, Rated Load .179(b)(5)
Test, Rated Load .179(k)(2)
Repairs .179(l)(3)
Rope Inspection .179(m)
Stairways .179(d)(4)
Stops, Bumpers, Rail Sweeps, and Guards .179(e)
Testing .179(k)
Toeboards .179(d)(3)
Trolley Bumpers .179(e)(3)
Trolley Stops .179(e)(1)
Warning Devices .179(i)
Wind Indicators .179(b)(4)
Overhead Lines
Crawler Locomotive, and Truck Cranes .180(j)
Derricks .181(j)(5)
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices .333(c)(3)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(q)(2)
Telecommunications .268(n)(9)
Overspray Collectors .107(b)(6)
Oxygen .104
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)
Definitions .104(b)(1)
Distance Between Systems and Exposures .104(b)(3)
Combustible Liquid Storage Above-Ground .104(b)(3)(vii)
Combustible Liquid Storage Below-Ground .104(b)(3)(viii)
Combustible Structures, Proximity to .104(b)(3)(ii)
Fire Resistive Structures .104(3)(iii)
Flammable Gas Storage .104(b)(3)(ix)
Flammable Liquid Storage Above-Ground .104(b)(3)(v)
Flammable Liquid Storage Below-Ground .104(b)(3)(vi)
General .104(b)(3)(i)
Highly Combustible Materials .104(b)(3)(x)
Openings .104(b)(3)(iv)
Slow-Burning Materials .104(b)(3)(xi)
Ventilation .104(b)(3)(xii)
Equipment Assembly and Installation .104(b)(8)
Cleaning .104(b)(8)(i)
Electrical Wiring .104(b)(8)(ix)
Installation .104(b)(8)(iv)
Joints .104(b)(8)(ii)
Placarding .104(b)(8)(viii)
Security .104(b)(8)(vi)
Testing .104(b)(8)(v)
Venting .104(b)(8)(vii)
Liquid Oxygen Vaporizers .104(b)(7)
Grounding .104(b)(7)(iv)
Heating .104(b)(7)(iii)
Mounts and Couplings .104(b)(7)(i)
Relief Devices .104(b)(7)(ii)
Location .104(b)(2)
Accessibility .104(b)(2)(ii)
Congested Areas .104(b)(3)(xiii)
Dikes .104(b)(2)(v)
Elevation .104(b)(2)(iv)
Exceptions .104(b)(3)(xviii)
General .104(b)(2)(i)
Leakage .104(b)(2)(iii)
Maintenance .104(b)(10)
Operating Instructions .104(b)(9)
Piping, Tubing, and Fittings .104(b)(5)
Safety Relief Devices .104(b)(6)
DOT Containers .104(b)(6)(ii)
ASME Containers .104(b)(6)(iii)
Insulation .104(b)(6)(iv)
Reliability .104(b)(6)(v)
Storage Containers .104(b)(4)
Construction--Gaseous .104(b)(4)(iii)
Construction--Liquid .104(b)(4)(ii)
Foundations and Supports .104(b)(4)(i)
Oxygen-Fuel Gas Welding and Cutting .253
Cylinders .253(b)
Cylinders, Storage of .253(b)(2)
Fuel-Gas Cylinder Storage .253(b)(3)
Manifolding .253(c)
Operating Procedures .253(b)(5)
Oxygen Storage .253(b)(4)
Outlet Headers .253(c)(4)
Piping Systems .253(d)
Pressure Relief Devices .252(e)(2)
Protective Equipment, Hose, and Regulators .253(e)
Shutoff Valve .253(c)(4)(ii), .253(c)(4)(iv), .253(d)(3)(iii), .253(d)(vi), .253(e)(4)(iii)
Oxygen Manifolds
High Pressure .253(c)(2)
Low Pressure .253(c)(3)
Painters' Stepladders .25(c)(4)
Paints.
Color Code .144
Paper and Paperboard Mills (see also Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills) .261
Passageways, Working Surfaces .22(b)
Permissible Exposure Limits .1000
Acrylonitrile .1045(c)
Asbestos .1001(c)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(c)
Benzene .1028(c)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(c)
Cadmium .1027(c)
Chromium (VI) .1026(c)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(c)
Confined Spaces, Permit-Required .146(b)
Cotton Dust .1043(c)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(c)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(x)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(c)
Formaldehyde .1048(c)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(a)(3), .120(c)(5), .120(c)(7), .120(e)(3), .120(f)(2)- (3), .120(g), .120(h), .120(n)(6)-(7), .120(p)(1)
Laboratories .1450(c)
Lead .1025(c)
Methylene Chloride .1052(c)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(c)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals .119(d)(1)
Respiratory Protection .134(b)
Ventilation .94(b)(2)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(c)
Personal Protective Equipment Subpart I
Abrasive Blasting .94(a)(5)
Acrylonitrile .1045(j)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(j)
Asbestos .1001(h)
Benzene .1028(h)
Bloodborne Pathogens .1030(c)(2), (c)(3), (d)(2)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(i)
Cadmium .1027(i)
Chromium (VI) .1026(h)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(h)
Compliance Guidelines for Hazard Assessment and PPE Selection, Non-mandatory Subpart I App. B
Cotton Dust .1043(f)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(j)
Electrical Protective Equipment .137
Electrical Safety-Related Work Practices, Use of PPE .333(c)(2), .335(a)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(g)
Eye .133
Shade Number Guide (Welding, Cutting, Brazing) .252(b)(2)
Face .133
Ethylene Oxide .1047(g)
Face Protection .133
Fire Brigades .156(e)
Foot Protection .136
Formaldehyde .1048(d)
General Requirements .132
Hazardous Waste Operations .120(g)
Hand Protection .138
Head Protection .135
Lead .1025(g)
Logging Operations .266(d)(1)
Methylene Chloride .1052(h)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(i)
Noise Exposure .95(b)(1)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(g)(2), .261(i)(4), .261(k)(3)
References for Further Information Subpart I App. A
Respiratory Protection .134
Fit Testing Procedures for Respiratory Protection .134 App. A
Information for Employees Using Respirators When Not Required Under the Standard .134 App. D
OSHA Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire .134 App. C
Respirator Cleaning Procedures .134 App. B-2
User Seal Check Procedures .134 App. B-1
Sawmills .265(c)(17)(ii)
Telecommunications .268(e), (i)
Textiles .262(qq)(1)
Welding .252-.255
Booths .252(b)(2)(iii)
Cable .252(b)(1)(ii)
Clothing .252(b)(3)
Eye Protection .252(b)(2)
Helmets .252(b)(2)
Railing .252(b)(1)(i)
Shade Numbers, Lenses .252(b)
Pest Control (see Rodent and Pest Control)
Physical Hazards Markings (see also Color Codes, Safety, for Marking Physical Hazards) .144
Physician's Written Opinion (see also Medical Evaluations).
Acrylonitrile .1045(n)(6)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(n)(6)
Asbestos .1001(l)(7)
Benzene .1028(i)(7)
Cadmium .1027(l)(10), (15)(i)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(j)(5)
Cotton Dust .1043(h)(5)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(m)(5)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(i)(4)
Fire Brigades .156(b)(2)
Formaldehyde .1048(l)(7)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(f)(7)
Laboratories .1450(g)(4)
Lead .1025(n)(2)
Methylenedianiline .1050(m)(8)
Respiratory Protection, Medical Determination .134(6)
Piers and Wharves (see also Wharves).
Trucks Used FGV.178(c)(2)(x)
Pipes.
Dip Tanks .125(b)
Flammable Liquids .107(e)(6)
Overflow .125(b)
Piping (see Piping, Fittings, and Tubing; Piping, Valves,and Tubing).
Piping, Fittings,and Tubing.
Ammonia, Anhydrous .111(b)(7)
Bulk Oxygen Systems .104(b)(5)
Gaseous Hydrogen Systems .103(b)(1)(ii), (iii)
Liquefied Hydrogen Systems .103(c)(1)(iv), (v)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(b)(8)
Safety Relief Devices .103(b)(1)(ii), (c)(1)(iv)
Piping Systems, Oxygen-Fuel .253(d)
Fittings .253(d)(1)
Installation .253(d)(3)
Painting .253(d)(4)
Piping .253(d)(1)
Piping Joints .253(d)(2)
Pressure Relief Devices .253(e)(2)
Protective Equipment .253(e)(3), (4)
Signs .253(d)(4)
Station Outlets .253(e)(4)
Testing .253(d)(5)
Piping, Valves, and Fittings.
Flammable Liquids .106(c)
Corrosion Protection .106(c)(5)
Design .106(c)(1)
Joints .106(c)(3)
Materials .106(c)(2)
Supports .106(c)(4)
Testing .106(c)(7)
Valves .106(c)(6)
Liquefied Petroleum Gases .110(h)(7)
Processing Plants .106(h)(4)(ii)
Pits .23(a)(5)
Drains .110(d)(11)
Planing Machines .213(n)
Plasterers' Scaffolds .28(o)
Plastics Industry (see also Mills, Rubber and Plastics Industry)
Auxiliary Equipment .216(a)(3)
Platform Lift Trucks (see also Powered Industrial Trucks) .178
Platforms, Scaffolds (see also Listings Under Specific Type Scaffold).
Guarding .23(c)
Manlifts .68(c)(3)
Pneumatic Powered Tools .243(b)
Airhoses .243(b)(2)
Portable .243(b)(1)
Point of Operation Guarding .212(a)(3), .217(c)
Polishing (see Grinding, Polishing, and Buffing).
Portable Fire Extinguishers (see also Fire Extinguishers, Portable) .157
Portable Metal Ladders (see also Ladders, Portable Metal) .26
Portable Stepladders (see Stepladders, Portable).
Portable Tank Storage (see Tanks, Storage, Portable).
Portable Tanks (see Tanks, Storage, Portable).
Portable Tools (see also Powered Tools, Hand and Portable) .244
Portable Tools and Equipment, Other .244
Abrasive Blast Cleaning Nozzles .244(b)
Jacks, Loading and Marking .244(a)(1)
Operation and Maintenance .244(a)(2)
Portable Welding Machines (see Welding Machines, Portable).
Portable Wood Ladders (see also Ladders, Portable Wood) .25
Powder Coatings .107(l)
Power Presses, Mechanical (see Mechanical Power Presses) .217
Definitions .211(d)
Powered Industrial Trucks (see also Forklifts).
Approval Labels .178(a)(3), .178(a)(7)
Batteries, Changing and Charging .178(g)
Combustible Dusts .178(c)(2)(vi)
Converted Industrial Trucks .178(d), .178(q)(12)
Design and Construction .178(a)(2)
Designated Locations .178(c)
Designations, Trucks .178(b)
Dockboards (Bridge Plates) .178(j)
Fire Protection .178(a)(1)
Front End Attachments, on Trucks .178(a)(5)
Fuel Handling and Storage .178(f)
Gases and Fumes, Control of Noxious .178(i)
Grain Handling, Combustible Dust .178(c)(2)(vi)
Hazardous Materials .178(c)(2)
Lighting for Operating Areas .178(h)
Loading .178(o)
Maintenance, of Industrial Trucks .178(q)
Markings, Nameplates and .178(a)(6)
Modifications .178(a)(4)
Operation, of the Truck .178(p)
Repairs, Maintenance of .178(q)
Safety Guards .178(e)
Stability of Powered Industrial Trucks .178 App. A
Training, Operator .178(l)
Avoidance of Duplicative Training .178(l)(5)
Certification .178(l)(6)
Dates .178(l)(7)
Refresher Training and Evaluation .178(l)(4)
Training Program Implementation .178(l)(2)
Training Program Content .178(l)(3)
Traveling .178(n)
Truck Operations .178(m)
Trucks and Railroad Cars .178(k)
Powered Platforms, Manlifts, and Vehicle-Mounted Work Platforms Subpart F.
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance .66
Application .66(b)
Existing Installations .66(b)(2)
New Installations .66(b)(1)
Assurance .66(c)
Definitions .66(d)
Fall Protection .66(f)(5)
Inspection and Tests .66(g)
Hoist Inspection .66(g)(6)
Installations and Alterations .66(g)(1)
Maintenance, Inspection and Replacement, Suspension Wire Rope .66(g)(5)
Maintenance Inspections and Tests .66(g)(3)
Periodic Inspections and Tests .66(g)(2)
Special Inspection of Governors and Secondary Brakes .66(g)(4)
Maintenance .66(h)
Building Face Guiding Members .66(h)(6)
Cleaning .66(h)(2)
General Maintenance .66(h)(1)
Inoperative Safety Devices .66(h)(7)
Periodic Re-shackling of Suspension Wire Ropes and Rope Connections .66(h)(4)
Periodic Re-socketing of Wire Rope Fastenings .66(h)(3)
Roof Systems .66(h)(5)
Powered Platform Installations
Affected Parts of Buildings .66(e)
Building Maintenance .66(e)(10)
Cable Stabilization .66(e)(8)
Electrical Requirements .66(e)(11)
Elevated Track .66(e)(6)
Emergency Planning .66(e)(9)
Equipment Stops .66(e)(4)
General Requirements .66(e)(1)
Maintenance Access .66(e)(5)
Roof Guarding .66(e)(3)
Tie-Down Anchors .66(e)(7)
Tie-In Guides .66(e)(2)
Powered Platform Installations-Equipment .66(f)
Construction Requirements .66(f)(2)
General Requirements .66(f)(1)
Hoisting Machines .66(f)(4)
Suspended Equipment .66(f)(5)
Button-Guide Stabilized Platforms .66(f)(5)(vi)
General Requirements .66(f)(5)(i)
Ground-Rigged Working Platforms .66(f)(5)(iv)
Intermittently Stabilized Platforms .66(f)(5)(v)
Single Point Suspended Working Platforms .66(f)(5)(iii)
Supported Equipment .66(f)(6)
Suspension Methods .66(f)(3)
Carriages .66(f)(3)(i)
Lockout .66(f)(3)(i)
Transportable Outriggers .66(f)(3)(ii)
Two- and Four-Point Suspended Working Platforms .66(f)(5)(ii)
Suspension Wire Ropes and Rope Connections .66(f)(7)
Reshackling Hoists .66(h)(4)
Operations .66(i)
Training .66(i)(1)
Use .66(i)(2)
Personal Fall Protection .66(j)
Scope .66(a)
Appendix A Advisory Guidelines .66 App. A
Assurance .66 App. A 2
Building Anchors (Intermittent Stabilization Systems) .66 App. A 5
Design Requirements .66 App. A 3
General Maintenance .66 App. A 9
Intermittent Stabilization Systems .66 App. A 7
Stabilizer Tie Length .66 App. A 6
Suspension and Securing of Powered Platforms (Equivalency) .66 App. A 11
Tie-in Guides .66 App. A 4
Training .66 App. A 10
Use of the Appendix .66 App. A 1
Wire Rope Inspection .66 App. A 8
Appendix B Exhibits (Advisory) .66 App. B
Appendix C Personal Fall Arrest System .66 App. C
Mandatory (Section I) .66 App. C
Non-Mandatory (Section II) .66 App. C
Appendix D Existing Installations
Mandatory .66 App. D
Powered Tools, Hand and Portable.
Abrasive Wheels .243(c)
Compressed Air Cleaning .242(b)
Definitions .241
Employees .242(a)
Explosive Actuated Fastening .243(d)
Guarding .243
Lawn Mowers, Power .243(e)
Pneumatic Powered .243(b)
Woodworking .243(a)
Presses (see also Mechanical Power Presses).
Cold Trimming .218(g)(2)
Forging .218(f)
Hydraulic Forging .218(f)(2)
Trimming .218(g)
Pressure Gages, Air Receivers .169(b)(3)
Pressure Vessels .106(b)(1)(v), .217(b)(12)
Chemical Plants .106(i)(3)
Distilleries .106(i)(3)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261(g)(16), (17)
Refineries .106(i)(3)
Pressures (see Safety Relief Devices)
Prime Mover Guards .219(b)
Primers, Ammunition .109(j)(4)
Process Safety Management of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (see also Chemicals) .119
Application .119(a)
Changes,to Management of Process Chemicals, Technology, Equipment, and Procedures .119(l)
Chemicals, List of Highly Hazardous Chemicals, Toxic and Reactive, Thresholds .119, App. A
Compliance Audits .119(o)
Contactors .119(h)
Contract Employer Responsibilities .119(h)(3)
Employer Responsibilities .119(h)(2)
Emergency Planning and Response .119(n)
Employee Participation .119(c)
Hot Work Permit .119(k)
Incident Investigation .119(m)
Inspection and Testing .119(j)(4)
Mechanical Integrity .119(j)
Operating Procedures .119(f)
Pre-startup Safety Review .119(i)(1)
Process Hazard Analysis .119(e)
Process Safety Information .119(d)
Trade Secrets .119(p)
Training .119(g)
Training, Documentation of .119(g)(3)
Training for Process Maintenance Activities .119(j)(3)
Processing Plants, Flammable Liquids .106(h)
Application .106(h)(1)
Buildings .106(h)(3)
Fire Protection .106(h)(6)
Housekeeping .106(h)(8)
Ignition Sources .106(h)(7)
Liquid Handling .106(h)(4)
Loading .106(h)(5)
Location .106(h)(2)
Maintenance .106(h)(8)
Professional Engineer (PE).
Manually Propelled Mobile Ladder Stands and Scaffolds (Towers) .29(b)(5), (d)(3)
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance .66(c)(2)
Safety Requirements for Scaffolding .28(b)(16), .28(c)(4), .28(d)(11), .28(e)(3)
Profile Lathes .213(o)
Projections .219(h)
beta-Propiolactone (see also 13 Carcinogens) .1013
Protective Clothing (see Clothing, Protective; Personal Protective Equipment).
Protective Equipment, Piping (see also Personal Protective Equipment) .253(e)
Hoses and Connections .253(5)
Pressure-Reducing Regulations .253(6)
Stations Outlet .253(4)
Pulleys .219(d), (k), (p)(5)
Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard Mills .261
Barking Devices .261(c)(12)
Belt Conveyors .261(c)(15)
Bleaching .261(h)
Chemical Processes .261(g)
Cranes .261(c)(8)
Finishing Room .261(1)
Hand Tools .261(c)(13)
Handling of Pulpwood and Pulp Chips .261(c), (d)
Hydraulic Barkers .261(e)(14)
Machine Room .261(k)
Materials Handling .261(m)
Mechanical Pulp Processes .261(i)
Personal Protective Equipment .261(d)(1)
Lifelines .261(g)(4)(i), (15)(iii), (j)(5)(ii)
Respirators .261(g)(2)(i)
Pulpwood
Preparation .261(e)
Removal .261(c)(14)
Rag and Old Paper .261(f)
Safe Practices .261(b)
Emergency Lighting .261(b)(2), (c)(10), (k)(21)
Emergency Showers .261(g)(18)(i)
Lockouts .261(b)(1)
Pressure Vessels .261(g)(17)
Signs
Conveyors .261(c)(16)
Traffic .261(c)(9)
Standards Sources .261(a)(3), (4)
Stock Preparation .261(j)
Storage .261(c), (d)
Chocking Rolls .261(d)(4)
Clearances .261(d)(2)
Piling .261(d)(3)
Traffic Warning Signs .261(c)(9)
Pumps, Gasoline (see also Service Stations) .106(g)(3), (4)
Pyrotechnics .109(k), .119
Qualified Employees, Qualified Person.
Acrylonitrile .1045 App. B
Air Contaminants .1000(e)
Arc Welding and Cutting .254(d)(9)(i)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044 App. B
Electrical
General .303(g)(2)(i), (h)(2), (h)(5)(ii)
Scope .331(a), (b), (c)
Selection and use of work practices .333(b)(2), .333(c)(2), .333(c)(3)(ii), .333(c)(10)
Special Systems .308(a)(1), (a)(6), (g)(1)(ii)
Specific Purpose Equipment and Installations .306(a)(2)(ii), .306(c)(5)
Training .332(b)(3)
Use of Equipment .334(c)(1)
Wiring Design and Protection .304(e)(2), (f)(1)
Wiring Methods, Components, and Equipment for General Use) .305(a)(2), .305(a)(3), .305(d)(1), .305(d)(2)
Electric Power Generation, Transmission, and Distribution .269(a)(1), .269(a)(2), .269(g)(2), .269(k)(2), .269(l)(1), .269(p)(4)
Ethylene Oxide .1047 App. B
Explosives and Blasting Agents .109(f)(3)(iv)(c)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(c)(2)
Hydrogen .103(f)(4)(ii)
Methylene Chloride .1052 App. A
Powered Platforms for Building Maintenance .66 App. B, App. C
Sawmills .265(c)(24)
Radial Saws .213(h)
Radiation.
Non-ionizing .97
Rail Clamps .179(b)(4), .180(i)(1)
Rail Sweeps .179(e)(4)
Railroad Cars .176, .178(k)(2)-(4)
Explosives .109(f)
Ramps.
Rated Load Markings.
Cranes .179(b)(5)
Derricks .181(c)(1)
Rated Load Test
Crawler, Locomotive, and Truck Cranes .180(e)(2)
Overhead and Gantry Cranes .179(k)(2
Recordkeeping.
Asbestos .1001(m)
Acrylonitrile .1045(q)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(q)
Benzene .1028(k)
Bloodborne Pathogens, .1030(h)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(m)
Cadmium .1027(n)
Chromium (VI) .1026(m)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(m)
Commercial Diving .440
Cotton Dust .1043(k)
Cranes
Crawler Locomotive and Truck,
Inspection Records .180(d)(6)
Rope Inspection Records .180(g)
Production-Crane “Rated Load Test” .180(e)(2)
Overhead and Gantry .179(k)(2), (m)(1), (2)
Derricks .181(g)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(p)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(k)
Exposure Records .1020(d)(1)
Formaldehyde .1048(o)
Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response .120(f)(8)
Injury and Illness Records (see 1904)
Labor Camps .142(l)(1), (2)
Lead .1025(e)
Manlifts .68(e)(3)
Mechanical Power Presses .217(e)(1)
Medical Records .1020(d)(1)
Methylene Chloride .1052(m)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(n)
Noise .95(m)
Power Presses Inspection .217(e)(1)
Powered Platforms Inspection .66(g)
Welding Equipment, Resistance Welding .255(e)
Refineries, Chemical Plants, and Distilleries .106(i)
Application .106(j)
Fire Protection .106(i)(5)
Pressure Vessels .106(i)(3)
Process Unit Location .106(i)(4)
Storage Tanks .106(i)(1)
Wharves .106(i)(2)
Refrigerated Containers.
Ammonia, Anhydrous .111(d)
Refueling.
Cranes .180(i)(4)
Derricks .181(j)(4)
Trucks .178(p)(2)
Refuse.
Disposal .142(h)
Receptacles .141(a)(4)
Regulated Areas
13 Carcinogens .1003(d)
Arsenic, Inorganic .1018(f)
Asbestos .1001(e)
Benzene .1028(d)
1,3-Butadiene .1051(e)
Cadmium .1027(e)
Chromium (VI) .1026(e)
Coke Oven Emissions .1029(d)
Cotton Dust .1043(e)
DBCP (1,2-Dibromo-3-Chloropropane) .1044(e)
Ethylene Oxide .1047(e)
Formaldehyde .1048(e)
Lead .1025(e)
Methylene Chloride .1052(e)
4,4-Methylenedianiline .1050(f)
Vinyl Chloride .1017(e)
Relief Devices (see Safety Relief Devices).
Remote Gas Pumping Systems .106(g)(3)(v)
Reporting Requirements: All items that must be reported to OSHA.
Residue Disposal (see Waste Disposal).
Resistance Welding .255
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