Title 21 Part 11 3.1.1
21 CFR FDA Part 11 - Electronic Records; Electronic Signatures Datais current as of October 1, 2018 Contents: Subpart A - GENERALPROVISIONS §11.1 Scope. §11.2 Implementation. §11.3 Definitions.Subpart B - ELECTRONIC RECORDS §11.10 Controls for closed systems.§11.30 Controls for open systems. §11.50 Signature manifestations.§11.70 Signature/record linking. Subpart C - ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES§11.100 General requirements. §11.200 Electronic signaturecomponents and controls. §11.300 Controls for identificationcodes/passwords.
49 CFR Part 395 2.0.1
Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations49 CFR Part 395 - Hours ofService of DriversJULY 2017 EDITIONContents:Subpart A -General§395.1 - Scope of rules in this part§395.2 -Definitions§395.3 - Maximum driving time for property-carryingvehicles§395.5 - Maximum driving time for passenger-carryingvehicles§395.8 - Driver's record of duty status§395.11 - Supportingdocuments§395.13 - Drivers declared out of service§395.15 -Automatic on-board recording devicesSubpart B - Electronic LoggingDevices (ELDs)§395.20 - ELD applicability and scope§395.22 - Motorcarrier responsibilities - In general.§395.24 - Driverresponsibilities - In general§395.26 - ELD data automaticallyrecorded§395.28 - Special driving categories; other drivingstatuses§395.30 - ELD record submissions, edits, annotations, anddata retention§395.32 - Non-authenticated driver logs§395.34 - ELDmalfunctions and data diagnostic events§395.36 - Driver access torecords§395.38 - Incorporation by referenceAppendix A to Subpart Bof Part 395 - Functional Specifications for All Electronic LoggingDevices (ELDs)
The Gettysburg Address 1.0.1
Abraham Lincoln delivered one of themostfamous speeches in American history on Thursday, November 19,1863at the dedication of the Soldiers' National Cemetery inGettysburg,Pennsylvania.There are five known manuscript copies of the speech inLincoln'shandwriting, and are named for the people who receivedthem:Colonel Alexander Bliss, John G. Nicolay, John Hay, EdwardEverett,and George Bancroft.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart C 3.1.0
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart C - General Safety andHealth Provisions Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Table ofContents: 29 CFR 1926 - Subpart C - General Safety and HealthProvisions §1926.20 General safety and health provisions. §1926.21Safety training and education. §1926.23 First aid and medicalattention. §1926.24 Fire protection and prevention. §1926.25Housekeeping. §1926.26 Illumination. §1926.27 Sanitation. §1926.28Personal protective equipment. §1926.29 Acceptable certifications.§1926.30 Shipbuilding and ship repairing. §1926.32 Definitions.§1926.33 Access to employee exposure and medical records. §1926.34Means of egress. §1926.35 Employee emergency action plans.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart B 3.1.0
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart B - General InterpretationsData is current as of March 8, 2019 Table of Contents: 29 CFR 1926- Subpart B - General Interpretations §1926.10 Scope of subpart.§1926.11 Coverage under section 103 of the act distinguished.§1926.12 Reorganization Plan No. 14 of 1950. §1926.13Interpretation of statutory terms. §1926.14 Federal contract for“mixed” types of performance. §1926.15 Relationship to the ServiceContract Act; Walsh-Healey Public Contracts Act. §1926.16 Rules ofconstruction.
OSH Act of 1970 3.2.0
Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 as amended throughJanuary 1, 2004 Section 1 - Introduction Section 2 - CongressionalFindings and Purpose Section 3 - Definitions Section 4 -Applicability of This Act Section 5 - Duties Section 6 -Occupational Safety and Health Standards Section 7 - AdvisoryCommittees; Administration Section 8 - Inspections, Investigations,and Recordkeeping Section 9 - Citations Section 10 - Procedure forEnforcement Section 11 - Judicial Review Section 12 - TheOccupational Safety and Health Review Commission Section 13 -Procedures to Counteract Imminent Dangers Section 14 -Representation in Civil Litigation Section 15 - Confidentiality ofTrade Secrets Section 16 - Variations, Tolerances, and ExemptionsSection 17 - Penalties Section 18 - State Jurisdiction and StatePlans Section 19 - Federal Agency Safety Programs andResponsibilities Section 20 - Research and Related ActivitiesSection 21 - Training and Employee Education Section 22 - NationalInstitute for Occupational Safety and Health Section 23 - Grants tothe States Section 24 - Statistics Section 25 - Audits Section 26 -Annual Report Section 27 - National Commission on State Workmen'sCompensation Laws Section 28 - Economic Assistance to SmallBusinesses Section 29 - Additional Assistant Secretary of LaborSection 30 - Additional Positions Section 31 - Emergency LocatorBeacons Section 32 - Separability Section 33 - AppropriationsSection 34 - Effective Date Section - Historical Notes
MSHA Part 46 3.1.1
MSHA Regulations Subchapter H - Education and Training Part 46 -Training and Retraining of Miners Engaged in Shell Dredging orEmployed at Sand, Gravel, Surface Stone, Surface Clay, ColloidalPhosphate, or Surface Limestone Mines. Data is current as ofOctober 1, 2018 Authority §46.1 - Scope §46.2 - Definitions §46.3 -Training plans §46.4 - Training plan implementation §46.5 - Newminer training §46.6 - Newly hired experienced miner training §46.7- New task training §46.8 - Annual refresher training §46.9 -Records of training §46.10 - Compensation for training §46.11 -Site-specific hazard awareness training §46.12 - Responsibility forindependent contractor training
MSHA Part 100 3.1.1
MSHA Regulations Subchapter P - Civil Penalties for Violations ofthe Federal Mine Safety and Health Act of 1977 30 CFR Part 100 -Criteria and Procedures for Proposed Assessment of Civil PenaltiesData is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents: §100.1 - Scope andpurpose §100.2 - Applicability §100.3 - Determination of penaltyamount; regular assessment §100.4 - Unwarrantable failure andimmediate notification §100.5 - Determination of penalty amount;special assessment §100.6 - Procedures for review of citations andorders; procedures for assessment of civil penalties andconferences §100.7 - Notice of proposed penalty; notice of contest§100.8 - Service
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart L 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart L - Scaffolds Data iscurrent as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: §1926.450 - Scope,application and definitions applicable to this subpart. §1926.451 -General requirements. §1926.452 - Additional requirementsapplicable to specific types of scaffolds. §1926.453 - Aeriallifts. §1926.454 - Training requirements. (Non-mandatory) AppendixA to Subpart L of Part 1926 -- Scaffold Specifications(Non-mandatory) Appendix C to Subpart L of Part 1926 -- List ofNational Consensus Standards (Non-mandatory) Appendix D to SubpartL of Part 1926 -- List of Training Topics for Scaffold Erectors andDismantlers (Non-mandatory) Appendix E to Subpart L of Part 1926 --Drawings and Illustrations
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart D 3.1.0
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart D - Occupational Health andEnvironmental Controls Data is current as of March 8, 2019 Table ofContents: 29 CFR 1926 - Subpart D- Occupational Health andEnvironmental Controls §1926.50 Medical services and first aid.§1926.51 Sanitation. §1926.52 Occupational noise exposure. §1926.53Ionizing radiation. §1926.54 Nonionizing radiation. §1926.55 Gases,vapors, fumes, dusts, and mists. §1926.56 Illumination. §1926.57Ventilation. §1926.59 Hazard communication. §1926.60Methylenedianiline. §1926.61 Retention of DOT markings, placardsand labels. §1926.62 Lead. §1926.64 Process safety management ofhighly hazardous chemicals. §1926.65 Hazardous waste operations andemergency response. §1926.66 Criteria for design and constructionof spray booths.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart R 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart R - Steel Erection Data iscurrent as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: §1926.750 - Scope.§1926.751 - Definitions. §1926.752 - Site layout, site-specificerection plan and construction sequence. §1926.753 - Hoisting andrigging. §1926.754 - Structural steel assembly. §1926.755 - Columnanchorage. §1926.756 - Beams and columns. §1926.757 - Open websteel joists. §1926.758 - Systems-engineered metal buildings.§1926.759 - Falling object protection. §1926.760 - Fall protection.§1926.761 - Training. Appendix A to Subpart R of Part 1926 -Guidelines for Establishing the Components of a Site-specificErection Plan: Non-mandatory Guidelines for Complying With§1926.752(e) Appendix C to Subpart R of Part 1926 - Illustrationsof Bridging Terminus Points: Non-mandatory Guidelines for ComplyingWith §§1926.757(a)(10) and §1926.757(c)(5) Appendix D to Subpart Rof Part 1926 - Illustration of the Use of Control Lines ToDemarcate Controlled Decking Zones (CDZs): Non-mandatory Guidelinesfor Complying With §1926.760(c)(3) Appendix E to Subpart R of Part1926 - Training: Non-mandatory Guidelines for Complying With§1926.761 Appendix F to Subpart R of Part 1926 - Perimeter Columns:Non-Mandatory Guidelines for Complying With §1926.756(e) To Protectthe Unprotected Side or Edge of a Walking/Working Surface AppendixG to Subpart R of Part 1926 - §1926.502 (b)-(e) Fall ProtectionSystems Criteria and Practices Appendix H to Subpart R of Part 1926- Double Connections: Illustration of a Clipped End Connection anda Staggered Connection: Non-Mandatory Guidelines for Complying With§1926.756(c)(1)
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart U 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart U - Blasting and the Use ofExplosives Data is current as of OCtober 1, 2018 Table of Contents:§1926.900 - General provisions §1926.901 - Blaster qualifications§1926.902 - Surface transportation of explosives §1926.903 -Underground transportation of explosives §1926.904 - Storage ofexplosives and blasting agents §1926.905 - Loading of explosives orblasting agents §1926.906 - Initiation of explosivecharges—electric blasting §1926.907 - Use of safety fuse §1926.908- Use of detonating cord §1926.909 - Firing the blast §1926.910 -Inspection after blasting §1926.911 - Misfires §1926.912 -Underwater blasting §1926.913 - Blasting in excavation work undercompressed air §1926.914 - Definitions applicable to this subpart
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart X 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart X - Stairways and LaddersData is current as of January 22, 2019 Table of Contents:§1926.1050 - Scope, application, and definitions applicable to thissubpart. §1926.1051 - General requirements. §1926.1052 - Stairways.§1926.1053 - Ladders. §1926.1060 - Training requirements. AppendixA to Subpart X of Part 1926 - Ladders
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart T 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart T - Demolition Data iscurrent as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: §1926.850 -Preparatory operations §1926.851 - Stairs, passageways, and ladders§1926.852 - Chutes §1926.853 - Removal of materials through flooropenings §1926.854 - Removal of walls, masonry sections, andchimneys §1926.855 - Manual removal of floors §1926.856 - Removalof walls, floors, and material with equipment §1926.857 - Storage§1926.858 - Removal of steel construction §1926.859 - Mechanicaldemolition §1926.860 - Selective demolition by explosives
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart O 3.0.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA ConstructionSubpart O - Motor Vehicles,Mechanized Equipment, and Marine OperationsData is current as ofJune 1, 2018Table of Contents:§1926.600 - Equipment.§1926.601 -Motor vehicles.§1926.602 - Material handling equipment.§1926.603 -Pile driving equipment.§1926.604 - Site clearing.§1926.605 - Marineoperations and equipment.§1926.606 - Definitions applicable to thissubpart.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart I 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart I - Tools -- Hand and PowerData is current as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: §1926.300- General requirements. §1926.301 - Hand tools. §1926.302 -Power-operated hand tools. §1926.303 - Abrasive wheels and tools.§1926.304 - Woodworking tools. §1926.305 - Jacks -- lever andratchet, screw, and hydraulic. §1926.306 - Air receivers. §1926.307- Mechanical power-transmission apparatus.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart Q 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart Q - Concrete and MasonryConstruction Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Table ofContents: §1926.700 - Scope, application, and definitionsapplicable to this subpart. §1926.701 - General requirements.§1926.702 - Requirements for equipment and tools. §1926.703 -Requirements for cast-in-place concrete. §1926.704 - Requirementsfor precast concrete. §1926.705 - Requirements for lift-slabconstruction operations. §1926.706 - Requirements for masonryconstruction. Appendix A to Subpart Q of Part 1926 - References tosubpart Q of Part 1926
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart S 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart S - UndergroundConstruction, Caissons, Cofferdams and Compressed Air Data iscurrent as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: §1926.800 -Underground construction §1926.801 - Caissons §1926.802 -Cofferdams §1926.803 - Compressed air §1926.804 - Definitionsapplicable to this subpart Appendix A to Subpart S of Part 1926 -Decompression Tables
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart N 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart N - Helicopters, Hoists,Elevators, and Conveyors Data is current as of October 1, 2018Table of Contents: §1926.550 - [Reserved] §1926.551 - Helicopters.§1926.552 - Material hoists, personnel hoists, and elevators.§1926.553 - Base-mounted drum hoists. §1926.554 - Overhead hoists.§1926.555- Conveyors.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart V 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart V - Electric PowerTransmission and Distribution Data is current as of October 1, 2018Table of Contents: §1926.950 - General. §1926.951 - Medicalservices and first aid. §1926.952 - Job briefing. §1926.953 -Enclosed spaces. §1926.954 - Personal protective equipment.§1926.955 - Portable ladders and platforms. §1926.956 - Hand andportable power equipment. §1926.957 - Live-line tools. §1926.958 -Materials handling and storage. §1926.959 - Mechanical equipment.§1926.960 - Working on or near exposed energized parts. §1926.961 -Deenergizing lines and equipment for employee protection. §1926.962- Grounding for the protection of employees. §1926.963 - Testingand test facilities. §1926.964 - Overhead lines and live-linebarehand work. §1926.965 - Underground electrical installations.§1926.966 - Substations. §1926.967 - Special conditions. §1926.968- Definitions. Appendix A to Subpart V of Part 1926 - [Reserved]Appendix B to Subpart V of Part 1926 - Working on Exposed EnergizedParts Appendix C to Subpart V of Part 1926 - Protection FromHazardous Differences in Electric Potential Appendix D to Subpart Vof Part 1926 - Methods of Inspecting and Testing Wood PolesAppendix E to Subpart V of Part 1926 - Protection From Flames andElectric Arcs Appendix F to Subpart V of Part 1926 -Work-Positioning Equipment Inspection Guidelines Appendix G toSubpart V of Part 1926 - Reference Documents
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart P 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart P - Excavations Data iscurrent as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: §1926.650 - Scope,application, and definitions applicable to this subpart. §1926.651- Specific excavation requirements. §1926.652 - Requirements forprotective systems. Appendix A to Subpart P of Part 1926 - SoilClassification Appendix B to Subpart P of Part 1926 - Sloping andBenching Appendix C to Subpart P of Part 1926 - Timber Shoring forTrenches Appendix D to Subpart P of Part 1926 - Aluminum HydraulicShoring for Trenches Appendix E to Subpart P of Part 1926 -Alternatives to Timber Shoring Appendix F to Subpart P of Part 1926- Selection of Protective Systems
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart W 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart W - Rollover ProtectiveStructures; Overhead Protection Data is current as of March 8, 2019Table of Contents: §1926.1000 - Rollover protective structures(ROPS) for material handling equipment. §1926.1001 - Minimumperformance criteria for rollover protective structures fordesignated scrapers, loaders, dozers, graders, and crawlertractors. §1926.1002 - Protective frames (roll-over protectivestructures, known as ROPS) for wheel-type agricultural andindustrial tractors used in construction. §1926.1003 - Overheadprotection for operators of agricultural and industrial tractorsused in construction. Appendix A to Subpart W of Part 1926 -Figures W-14 through W-28
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart CC 3.19.3
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart CC - Cranes and Derricks inConstruction Now with Letters of Interpretations from OSHA Data iscurrent as of March 8, 2019 Table of Contents: §1926.1400 - Scope.§1926.1401 - Definitions. §1926.1402 - Ground conditions.§1926.1403 - Assembly/Disassembly - selection of manufacturer oremployer procedures. §1926.1404 - Assembly/Disassembly - generalrequirements (applies to all assembly and disassembly operations).§1926.1405 - Disassembly - additional requirements for dismantlingof booms and jibs (applies to both the use of manufacturerprocedures and employer procedures). §1926.1406 -Assembly/Disassembly - employer procedures - general requirements.§1926.1407 - Power line safety (up to 350 kV) - assembly anddisassembly. §1926.1408 - Power line safety (up to 350 kV) -equipment operations. §1926.1409 - Power line safety (over 350 kV).§1926.1410 - Power line safety (all voltages) - equipmentoperations closer than the Table A zone. §1926.1411 - Power linesafety - while traveling under or near power lines with no load.§1926.1412 - Inspections. §1926.1413 - Wire rope - inspection.§1926.1414 - Wire rope - selection and installation criteria.§1926.1415 - Safety devices. §1926.1416 - Operational aids.§1926.1417 - Operation. §1926.1418 - Authority to stop operation.§1926.1419 - Signals - general requirements. §1926.1420 - Signals -radio, telephone or other electronic transmission of signals.§1926.1421 - Signals - voice signals - additional requirements.§1926.1422 - Signals - hand signal chart. §1926.1423 - Fallprotection. §1926.1424 - Work area control. §1926.1425 - Keepingclear of the load. §1926.1426 - Free fall and controlled loadlowering. §1926.1427 - Operator qualification and certification.§1926.1428 - Signal person qualifications. §1926.1429 -Qualifications of maintenance & repair employees. §1926.1430 -Training. §1926.1431 - Hoisting personnel. §1926.1432 -Multiple-crane/derrick lifts - supplemental requirements.§1926.1433 - Design, construction and testing. §1926.1434 -Equipment modifications. §1926.1435 - Tower cranes. §1926.1436 -Derricks. §1926.1437 - Floating cranes/derricks and landcranes/derricks on barges. §1926.1438 - Overhead & gantrycranes. §1926.1439 - Dedicated pile drivers. §1926.1440 - Sideboomcranes. §1926.1441 - Equipment with a rated hoisting/liftingcapacity of 2,000 pounds or less. §1926.1442 - Severability.Appendix A to Subpart CC of Part 1926 - Standard Hand SignalsAppendix B to Subpart CC of Part 1926 - Assembly/Disassembly:Sample Procedures for Minimizing the Risk of Unintended DangerousBoom Movement Appendix C to Subpart CC of Part 1926 - OperatorCertification: Written Examination: Technical Knowledge CriteriaLetters of Interpretations: 2018 -Enforcement Policy - CraneOperator Certification Requirements 2017 -Monorail HoistsEnforcement Policies 2016 -Application of construction cranestandard when handling precast components -Clarification of OSHArequirements for dual-rated equipment meeting consensus standardsfor both aerial lifts and cranes -Whether handling of stones forfoundation work is considered a construction activity;Clarification of whether a crane can be derated based on the loadbeing lifted. -Clarification of whether the handling of propanetanks is considered construction -Whether unloading a palletsuspended by a crane is considered construction. -Regarding settingtime restrictions by crane operator testing organizations forcrane-certification test. -Expiration date of annual craneinspections and annual inspection requirements.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart Z 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart Y 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart Y - Diving Data is currentas of January 22, 2019 (Including the corresponding regulationsfrom 29 CFR 1910 - Subpart T - Commercial Diving Operations) Tableof Contents: General §1926.1071 - Scope and application. §1926.1072- Definitions. Personnel Requirements §1926.1076 - Qualificationsof dive team. General Operations Procedures §1926.1080 - Safepractices manual. §1926.1081 - Pre-dive procedures. §1926.1082 -Procedures during dive. §1926.1083 - Post-dive procedures. SpecificOperations Procedures §1926.1084 - SCUBA diving. §1926.1085 -Surface-supplied air diving. §1926.1086 - Mixed-gas diving.§1926.1087 - Liveboating. Equipment Procedures and Requirements§1926.1090 - Equipment. Recordkeeping §1926.1091 - Recordkeepingrequirements. Appendix A to Subpart Y of Part 1926 - Examples ofConditions Which May Restrict or Limit Exposure to HyperbaricConditions Appendix B to Subpart Y of Part 1926 - Guidelines forScientific Diving
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart J 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart J - Welding and CuttingData is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents: §1926.350 - Gaswelding and cutting. §1926.351 - Arc welding and cutting. §1926.352- Fire prevention. §1926.353 - Ventilation and protection inwelding, cutting, and heating. §1926.354 - Welding, cutting, andheating in way of preservative coatings.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart M 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart M - Fall Protection Data iscurrent as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: §1926.500 - Scope,application, and definitions applicable to this subpart §1926.501 -Duty to have fall protection §1926.502 - Fall protection systemscriteria and practices §1926.503 - Training requirements Appendix Ato Subpart M of Part 1926 - Determining Roof Widths Appendix B toSubpart M of Part 1926 - Guardrail Systems Appendix C to Subpart Mof Part 1926 - Personal Fall Arrest Systems Appendix D to Subpart Mof Part 1926 - Positioning Device Systems Appendix E to Subpart Mof Part 1926 - Sample Fall Protection Plan
OSHA RecordKeeping 3.1.1
29 CFR 1904 - OSHA RecordKeeping Part 1904 - Recording andReporting Occupational Injuries and Illnesses Data is current as ofJanuary 23, 2019 Table of Contents: Subpart A - Purpose §1904.0Purpose. Subpart B - Scope §1904.1 Partial exemption for employerswith 10 or fewer employees. §1904.2 Partial exemption forestablishments in certain industries. §1904.3 Keeping records formore than one agency. Non-Mandatory Appendix A to Subpart B of Part1904 - Partially Exempt Industries Subpart C - Making andMaintaining Accurate Records, Recordkeeping Forms, and RecordingCriteria §1904.4 Recording criteria. §1904.5 Determination ofwork-relatedness. §1904.6 Determination of new cases. §1904.7General recording criteria. §1904.8 Recording criteria forneedlestick and sharps injuries. §1904.9 Recording criteria forcases involving medical removal under OSHA standards. §1904.10Recording criteria for cases involving occupational hearing loss.§1904.11 Recording criteria for work-related tuberculosis cases.§§1904.13-1904.28 [Reserved] §1904.29 Forms. Subpart D - Other OSHAInjury and Illness Recordkeeping Requirements §1904.30 Multiplebusiness establishments. §1904.31 Covered employees. §1904.32Year-end review and annual summary. §1904.33 Retention andmaintenance of accurate records. §1904.34 Change in businessownership. §1904.35 Employee involvement. §1904.36 Prohibitionagainst discrimination. §1904.37 State recordkeeping regulations.§1904.38 Variances from the recordkeeping rule. Subpart E -Reporting Accurate Fatality, Injury, and Illness Information to theGovernment §1904.39 Reporting fatalities, hospitalizations,amputations, and losses of an eye as a result of work-relatedincidents to OSHA. §1904.40 Providing accurate records togovernment representatives. §1904.41 Electronic submission ofinjury and illness records to OSHA. §1904.42 Requests from theBureau of Labor Statistics for data. Appendix A to Subpart E ofPart 1904 - Designated Industries for §1904.41(a)(2) AnnualElectronic Submission of OSHA Form 300A Summary of Work-RelatedInjuries and Illnesses by Establishments With 20 or More Employeesbut Fewer Than 250 Employees in Designated Industries Subpart F -Transition From the Former Rule §1904.43 Summary and posting of the2001 data. §1904.44 Retention and updating of old forms. §1904.45OMB control numbers under the Paperwork Reduction Act Subpart G -Definitions §1904.46 Definitions.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart G 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart K 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart K – Electrical[§§1926.400-1926.449] Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Tableof Contents: General §1926.400 - Introduction. Installation SafetyRequirements §1926.402 - Applicability. §1926.403 - Generalrequirements. §1926.404 - Wiring design and protection. §1926.405 -Wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use.§1926.406 - Specific purpose equipment and installations. §1926.407- Hazardous (classified) locations. §1926.408 - Special systems.Safety-Related Work Practices §1926.416 - General requirements.§1926.417 - Lockout and tagging of circuits. Safety-RelatedMaintenance and Environmental Considerations §1926.431 -Maintenance of equipment. §1926.432 - Environmental deteriorationof equipment. Safety Requirements for Special Equipment §1926.441 -Batteries and battery charging. Definitions §1926.449 - Definitionsapplicable to this subpart.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart AA 3.1.0
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart AA - Confined Spaces inConstruction Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents:§1926.1200 - [Reserved] §1926.1201 - Scope. §1926.1202 -Definitions. §1926.1203 - General requirements. §1926.1204 -Permit-required confined space program. §1926.1205 - Permittingprocess. §1926.1206 - Entry permit. §1926.1207 - Training.§1926.1208 - Duties of authorized entrants. §1926.1209 - Duties ofattendants. §1926.1210 - Duties of entry supervisors. §1926.1211 -Rescue and emergency services. §1926.1212 - Employee participation.§1926.1213 - Provision of documents to Secretary.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart E 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart E - Personal Protective andLife Saving Equipment Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Tableof Contents: §1926.95 Criteria for personal protective equipment.§1926.96 Occupational foot protection. §1926.97 Electricalprotective equipment. §1926.100 Head protection. §1926.101 Hearingprotection. §1926.102 Eye and face protection. §1926.103Respiratory protection. §1926.104 Safety belts, lifelines, andlanyards. §1926.105 Safety nets. §1926.106 Working over or nearwater. §1926.107 Definitions applicable to this subpart.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart F 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - OSHA Construction Subpart F - Fire Protection andPrevention Data is current as of January 22, 2019 Contents:§1926.150 - Fire protection. §1926.151 - Fire prevention. §1926.152- Flammable liquids. §1926.153 - Liquefied petroleum gas (LP-Gas).§1926.154 - Temporary heating devices. §1926.155 - Definitionsapplicable to this subpart.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart H 3.1.1
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart A 3.1.0
29 CFR 1926 – OSHA Construction Subpart A - General Data is currentas of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents: 29 CFR 1926 - Subpart A -General §1926.1 Purpose and scope. §1926.2 Variances from safetyand health standards. §1926.3 Inspections—right of entry. §1926.4Rules of practice for administrative adjudications for enforcementof safety and health standards. §1926.5 OMB control numbers underthe Paperwork Reduction Act. §1926.6 Incorporation by reference.
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart B 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart B - Adoption andExtension of Established Federal Standards Data is current as ofOctober 1, 2018 Contents: §1910.11 - Scope and purpose §1910.12 -Construction work §1910.15 - Shipyard employment §1910.16 -Longshoring and marine terminals §1910.17 - Effective dates§1910.18 - Changes in established Federal standards §1910.19 -Special provisions for air contaminants
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart E 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart E - Exit Routes andEmergency Planning Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents:§1910.33 - Table of contents §1910.34 - Coverage and definitions§1910.35 - Compliance with alternate exit-route codes §1910.36 -Design and construction requirements for exit routes §1910.37 -Maintenance, safeguards, and operational features for exit routes§1910.38 - Emergency action plans §1910.39 - Fire prevention plansAppendix to Subpart E of Part 1910 - Exit Routes, Emergency ActionPlans, and Fire Prevention Plans
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart D 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart D - Walking-WorkingSurfaces Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents: §1910.21 -Scope and definitions. §1910.22 - General requirements. §1910.23 -Ladders. §1910.24 - Step bolts and manhole steps. §1910.25 -Stairways. §1910.26 - Dockboards. §1910.27 - Scaffolds and ropedescent systems. §1910.28 - Duty to have fall protection andfalling object protection. §1910.29 - Fall protection systems andfalling object protection -- criteria and practices. §1910.30 -Training requirements. §1910.29 - Manually propelled mobile ladderstands and scaffolds (towers) §1910.30 - Other working surfaces
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart T 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart T - Commercial DivingOperations Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Table of Contents:General §1910.401 - Scope and application. §1910.402 - Definitions.Personnel Requirements §1910.410 - Qualifications of dive team.General Operations Procedures §1910.420 - Safe practices manual.§1910.421 - Pre-dive procedures. §1910.422 - Procedures duringdive. §1910.423 - Post-dive procedures. Specific OperationsProcedures §1910.424 - SCUBA diving. §1910.425 - Surface-suppliedair diving. §1910.426 - Mixed-gas diving. §1910.427 - Liveboating.Equipment Procedures and Requirements §1910.430 - Equipment.Recordkeeping §1910.440 - Recordkeeping requirements. Appendix A toSubpart T of Part 1910 - Examples of Conditions Which May Restrictor Limit Exposure to Hyperbaric Conditions Appendix B to Subpart Tof Part 1910 - Guidelines for Scientific Diving Appendix C toSubpart T of Part 1910 - Alternative Conditions Under§1910.401(a)(3) for Recreational Diving Instructors and DivingGuides (Mandatory)
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart A 3.19.3
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart A - General Data iscurrent as of March 8, 2019 Contents: §1910.1 - Purpose and scope§1910.2 - Definitions §1910.3 - Petitions for the issuance,amendment, or repeal of a standard §1910.4 - Amendments to thispart §1910.5 - Applicability of standards §1910.6 - Incorporationby reference §1910.7 - Definition and requirements for a nationallyrecognized testing laboratory §1910.8 - OMB control numbers underthe Paperwork Reduction Act §1910.9 - Compliance duties owed toeach employee
OSHA Part 1903 3.2.0
OSHA Regulations 29 CFR Part 1903 - Inspections, Citations andProposed Penalties Data is current as of January 23, 2019 Table ofContents §1903.1 - Purpose and scope §1903.2 - Posting of notice;availability of the Act, regulations and applicable standards§1903.3 - Authority for inspection §1903.4 - Objection toinspection §1903.5 - Entry not a waiver §1903.6 - Advance notice ofinspections §1903.7 - Conduct of inspections §1903.8 -Representatives of employers and employees §1903.9 - Trade secrets§1903.10 - Consultation with employees §1903.11 - Complaints byemployees §1903.12 - Inspection not warranted; informal review.§1903.13 - Imminent danger. §1903.14 - Citations; notices of deminimis violations; policy regarding employee rescue activities.§1903.14a - Petitions for modification of abatement date §1903.15 -Proposed penalties §1903.16 - Posting of citations §1903.17 -Employer and employee contests before the Review Commission§1903.18 - Failure to correct a violation for which a citation hasbeen issued §1903.19 - Abatement verification §1903.20 - Informalconferences §1903.21 - State administration §1903.22 - Definitions
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart F 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart F - Powered Platforms,Manlifts, and Vehicle-Mounted Work Platforms Data is current as ofOctober 1, 2018 §1910.66 - Powered platforms for buildingmaintenance -Appendix A to §1910.66 - Guidelines (Advisory)-Appendix B to §1910.66 - Exhibits (Advisory) -Appendix D to§1910.66 - Existing Installations (Mandatory) §1910.67 -Vehicle-mounted elevating and rotating work platforms. §1910.68 -Manlifts
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart S 3.1.1
29 CFR Part 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart S - ElectricalData is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents: Subpart S -Electrical General §1910.301 - Introduction. Design SafetyStandards for Electrical Systems §1910.302 - Electric utilizationsystems. §1910.303 - General. §1910.304 - Wiring design andprotection. §1910.305 - Wiring methods, components, and equipmentfor general use. §1910.306 - Specific purpose equipment andinstallations. §1910.307 - Hazardous (classified) locations.§1910.308 - Special systems. §§1910.309-1910.330 - [Reserved]Safety-Related Work Practices §1910.331 - Scope. §1910.332 -Training. §1910.333 - Selection and use of work practices.§1910.334 - Use of equipment. §1910.335 - Safeguards for personnelprotection. §§1910.336-1910.360 - [Reserved] Safety-RelatedMaintenance Requirements §§1910.361-1910.380 - [Reserved] SafetyRequirements for Special Equipment §§1910.381-1910.398 - [Reserved]Definitions §1910.399 - Definitions applicable to this subpart.Appendix A to Subpart S of Part 1910 - References for FurtherInformation
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart H 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart H - Hazardous MaterialsData is current as of January 22, 2019 Contents: §1910.101 -Compressed gases (general requirements) §1910.102 - Acetylene§1910.103 - Hydrogen §1910.104 - Oxygen §1910.105 - Nitrous oxide§1910.106 - Flammable liquids §1910.107 - Spray finishing usingflammable and combustible materials §1910.109 - Explosives andblasting agents §1910.110 - Storage and handling of liquefiedpetroleum gases §1910.111 - Storage and handling of anhydrousammonia §1910.119 - Process safety management of highly hazardouschemicals §1910.120 - Hazardous waste operations and emergencyresponse Dipping and Coating Operations §1910.122 - Table ofcontents. §1910.123 - Dipping and coating operations: Coverage anddefinitions §1910.124 - General requirements for dipping andcoating operations §1910.125 - Additional requirements for dippingand coating operations that use flammable liquids or liquids withflashpoints greater than 199.4 °F (93 °C) §1910.126 - Additionalrequirements for special dipping and coating operations
MSHA Part 47 3.1.1
MSHA Regulations Subchapter H - Education and Training Part 47 -Hazard Communication (HazCom) Data is current as of October 1, 2018Contents: Subpart A - Purpose, Scope, Applicability, and InitialMiner Training §47.1 - Purpose of a HazCom standard; applicability.§47.2 - Operators and chemicals covered; initial miner training.Subpart B - Definitions §47.11 - Definitions of terms used in thispart. Subpart C - Hazard Determination §47.21 - Identifyinghazardous chemicals. Subpart D - HazCom Program §47.31 -Requirement for a HazCom program. §47.32 - HazCom program contents.Subpart E - Container Labels and Other Forms of Warning §47.41 -Requirement for container labels. §47.42 - Label contents. §47.43 -Label alternatives. §47.44 - Temporary, portable containers.Subpart F - Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) §47.51 - Requirementfor an MSDS. §47.52 - MSDS contents. §47.53 - Alternative forhazardous waste. §47.54 - Availability of an MSDS. §47.55 -Retaining an MSDS. Subpart H - Making HazCom Information Available§47.71 - Access to HazCom materials. §47.72 - Cost for copies.§47.73 - Providing labels and MSDSs to customers. Subpart I - TradeSecret Hazardous Chemical §47.81 - Provisions for withholding tradesecrets. §47.82 - Disclosure of information to MSHA. §47.83 -Disclosure in a medical emergency. §47.84 - Non-emergencydisclosure. §47.85 - Confidentiality agreement and remedies. §47.86- Denial of a written request for disclosure. §47.87 - Review ofdenial. Subpart J - Exemptions §47.91 - Exemptions from the HazComstandard. §47.92 - Exemptions from labeling.
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart I 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart I - Personal ProtectiveEquipment Data is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents: §1910.132- General requirements. §1910.133 - Eye and face protection.§1910.134 - Respiratory protection. -Appendix A to §1910.134 - FitTesting Procedures (Mandatory) -Appendix B-1 to §1910.134: UserSeal Check Procedures (Mandatory) -Appendix B-2 to §1910.134:Respirator Cleaning Procedures (Mandatory) -Appendix C to§1910.134: OSHA Respirator Medical Evaluation Questionnaire(Mandatory) -Appendix D to §1910.134 (Mandatory) - Information forEmployees Using Respirators When Not Required Under the Standard§1910.135 - Head protection. §1910.136 - Foot protection. §1910.137- Electrical protective equipment. §1910.138 - Hand protection.§1910.140 - Personal fall protection systems. Appendix A to SubpartI of Part 1910 - References for Further Information (Non-mandatory)Appendix B to Subpart I of Part 1910 - Nonmandatory ComplianceGuidelines for Hazard Assessment and Personal Protective EquipmentSelection Appendix C to Subpart I of Part 1910 - Personal FallProtection Systems Non-Mandatory Guidelines Appendix D to Subpart Iof Part 1910 - Test Methods and Procedures for Personal FallProtection Systems Non-Mandatory Guidelines
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart J 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart J - GeneralEnvironmental Controls Data is current as of January 22, 2019Contents: §1910.141 - Sanitation §1910.142 - Temporary labor camps§1910.144 - Safety color code for marking physical hazards§1910.145 - Specifications for accident prevention signs and tags§1910.146 - Permit-required confined spaces §1910.147 - The controlof hazardous energy (lockout/tagout)
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart G 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart G - Occupational Healthand Environmental Control Data is current as of January 22, 2019Contents: §1910.94 - Ventilation §1910.95 - Occupational noiseexposure -- Appendix A to §1910.95 - Noise Exposure Computation --Appendix B to §1910.95 - Methods for Estimating the Adequacy ofHearing Protector Attenuation -- Appendix C to §1910.95 -Audiometric Measuring Instruments -- Appendix D to §1910.95 -Audiometric Test Rooms -- Appendix E to §1910.95 - AcousticCalibration of Audiometers -- Appendix F to §1910.95 - Calculationsand Application of Age Corrections to Audiograms -- Appendix G to§1910.95 - Monitoring Noise Levels Non-Mandatory InformationalAppendix -- Appendix H to §1910.95 - Availability of ReferencedDocuments -- Appendix I to §1910.95 - Definitions §1910.97 -Nonionizing radiation §1910.98 - Effective dates
29 CFR 1910 - Subpart L 3.1.1
29 CFR 1910 - OSHA General Industry Subpart L - Fire ProtectionData is current as of October 1, 2018 Contents: §1910.155 - Scope,application and definitions applicable to this subpart. §1910.156 -Fire brigades. Portable Fire Suppression Equipment §1910.157 -Portable fire extinguishers. §1910.158 - Standpipe and hosesystems. Fixed Fire Suppression Equipment §1910.159 - Automaticsprinkler systems. §1910.160 - Fixed extinguishing systems,general. §1910.161 - Fixed extinguishing systems, dry chemical.§1910.162 - Fixed extinguishing systems, gaseous agent. §1910.163 -Fixed extinguishing systems, water spray and foam. Other FireProtection Systems §1910.164 - Fire detection systems. §1910.165 -Employee alarm systems. Appendices to Subpart L of Part 1910Appendix A to Subpart L of Part 1910 - Fire Protection Appendix Bto Subpart L of Part 1910 - National Consensus Standards Appendix Cto Subpart L of Part 1910 - Fire Protection References For FurtherInformation Appendix D to Subpart L of Part 1910 - Availability ofPublications Incorporated by Reference in Section 1910.156 FireBrigades Appendix E to Subpart L of Part 1910 - Test Methods forProtective Clothing