(a) Exposed moving parts, such as gears, ropes, setscrews, projecting keys, chains, chain sprockets, and reciprocating components, which constitute a hazard under normal operating conditions shall be guarded.
(b) Guards shall be securely fastened.
(c) Each guard shall be capable of supporting without permanent distortion, the weight of a two hundred-pound person unless the guard is located where it is impossible for a person to step on it.
(a) Hooks shall meet the manufacturer's recommendations and shall not be overloaded.
(b) Safety latch type hooks shall be used or the hooks shall be moused.
(3) Fire extinguishers.
(a) A carbon dioxide, dry chemical, or equivalent fire extinguisher shall be kept in the immediate vicinity of the derrick.
(b) Operating and maintenance personnel shall be familiar with the use and care of the fire extinguishers proved.
(a) Refueling with portable containers shall be done with approved safety type containers equipped with automatic closing spout and flame arrester. Refer to WAC 296-24-58501
(19) for definition of approved.
(b) Machines shall not be refueled with the engine running.
(5) Operating near electric powerlines. For operations near overhead electric lines see chapter 296-24
WAC Part L.
(6) Cab or operating enclosure.
(a) Necessary clothing and personnel belongings shall be stored in such a manner as to not interfere with access or operation.
(b) Tools, oilcans, waste, extra fuses, and other necessary articles shall be stored in the toolbox, and shall not be permitted to lie loose in or about the cab or operating enclosure.
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 49.17 RCW. 91-24-017 (Order 91-07), § 296-24-24519, filed 11/22/91, effective 12/24/91; 88-23-054 (Order 88-25), § 296-24-24519, filed 11/14/88. Statutory Authority: RCW 49.17.040, 49.17.150, and 49.17.240. 79-08-115 (Order 79-9), § 296-24-24519, filed 7/31/79; Order 73-5, § 296-24-24519, filed 5/9/73 and Order 73-4, § 296-24-24519, filed 5/7/73.]