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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.

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29 CFR 1926 - Subpart M 3.1.1 APK
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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
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart CC 3.19.3 APK
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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.
OSH Act of 1970 3.2.0 APK
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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
Title 21 Part 11 3.1.1 APK
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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.
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart L 3.1.1 APK
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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 K 3.1.1 APK
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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.
49 CFR Part 395 2.0.1 APK
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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)
29 CFR 1926 - Subpart U 3.1.1 APK
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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
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