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Chapter 296-307 WAC

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WAC Sections

Part A
General and Educational Requirements
HTMLPDF296-307-003How is this chapter divided?
HTMLPDF296-307-006What does this chapter cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-009What definitions apply to this chapter?
HTMLPDF296-307-012What does it mean when equipment is approved by a nonstate organization?
HTMLPDF296-307-018What are the employer's responsibilities?
HTMLPDF296-307-021What are the employee's responsibilities?
HTMLPDF296-307-024How does an employer apply for a variance?
Part B
Accident Prevention Program; First-aid Requirements; Safe Place Standard
HTMLPDF296-307-030What are the required elements of an accident prevention program?
HTMLPDF296-307-033How often must safety meetings be held?
HTMLPDF296-307-036What items go on the safety bulletin board?
HTMLPDF296-307-039First-aid rule summary.
HTMLPDF296-307-03905Make sure that first-aid trained personnel are available to provide quick and effective first aid.
HTMLPDF296-307-03920Make sure appropriate first-aid supplies are readily available.
HTMLPDF296-307-03930Make sure emergency washing facilities are functional and readily accessible.
HTMLPDF296-307-03935Inspect and activate your emergency washing facilities.
HTMLPDF296-307-03940Make sure supplemental flushing equipment provides sufficient water.
HTMLPDF296-307-045What are the requirements of the safe place standard?
Part C
Hand Tools
HTMLPDF296-307-050What requirements apply to hand tools?
Part D
Ladders, Bulk Storage, Pits, and Trenches
HTMLPDF296-307-05501How must ladders be cared for and maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-05503How must an employer instruct employees to use ladders?
HTMLPDF296-307-05505How must orchard ladders be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-05507What other requirements apply to ladders?
HTMLPDF296-307-060What requirements apply to job-made ladders?
HTMLPDF296-307-061What requirements apply to working around bins, bunkers, hoppers, tanks, pits, and trenches?
Part E
Vehicles and Farm Field Equipment
HTMLPDF296-307-065How must slow-moving vehicles be marked?
HTMLPDF296-307-070Motor vehicles.
HTMLPDF296-307-07001How must motor vehicles be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-07003How must motor vehicles be operated?
HTMLPDF296-307-07005Who may operate motor vehicles?
HTMLPDF296-307-07007What requirements apply to motor vehicle brakes?
HTMLPDF296-307-07009How must motor vehicles be loaded and unloaded?
HTMLPDF296-307-07011What safety equipment must motor vehicles have?
HTMLPDF296-307-07013What rules apply to vehicles used to transport employees?
HTMLPDF296-307-073What requirements apply to changing and charging storage batteries?
HTMLPDF296-307-076How must farm field equipment be guarded?
Part F
Rollover Protective Structures (ROPS) for Tractors
HTMLPDF296-307-080Rollover protective structures (ROPS) for tractors.
HTMLPDF296-307-08003Which agricultural tractors are covered by this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-08006What definitions apply to rollover protective structures (ROPS) for agricultural tractors?
HTMLPDF296-307-08009What requirements apply to the testing and performance of ROPS used on agricultural tractors?
HTMLPDF296-307-08012What requirements apply to seatbelts used with ROPS on agricultural tractors?
HTMLPDF296-307-08015When are ROPS not required on agricultural tractors?
HTMLPDF296-307-08018What employee training requirements apply to ROPS used on agricultural tractors?
HTMLPDF296-307-08021What other requirements apply to ROPS used on agricultural tractors?
HTMLPDF296-307-085When must ROPS be provided for material handling equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-090What requirements apply to overhead protection for operators of agricultural and industrial tractors?
Part G
Field Sanitation
HTMLPDF296-307-095Field sanitation.
HTMLPDF296-307-09503What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-09506What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-09509What orientation must employers provide for field sanitation?
HTMLPDF296-307-09512What potable water sources must an employer provide?
HTMLPDF296-307-09515What handwashing facilities must an employer provide?
HTMLPDF296-307-09518What toilet facilities must an employer provide?
Part G-1
HTMLPDF296-307-097Outdoor heat exposure.
HTMLPDF296-307-09710Scope and purpose.
HTMLPDF296-307-09730Employer and employee responsibility.
HTMLPDF296-307-09740Drinking water.
HTMLPDF296-307-09750Responding to signs and symptoms of heat-related illness.
HTMLPDF296-307-09760Information and training.
Part H
Personal Protective Equipment
HTMLPDF296-307-100Personal protective equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-10005Who must provide personal protective equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-10010What requirements apply to eye protection?
HTMLPDF296-307-10015How must personal protective equipment be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-10020What must an employer do to prevent heat-related illness?
HTMLPDF296-307-10025What instruction on personal protective equipment must an employer give to employees?
Part I
Pesticides (Worker Protection Standard)
HTMLPDF296-307-108General provisions.
HTMLPDF296-307-10805Federal worker protection standards—Washington state department of labor and industries.
HTMLPDF296-307-10810Scope and purpose—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.301.
HTMLPDF296-307-10815Applicability—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.303.
HTMLPDF296-307-10820Definitions—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.305.
HTMLPDF296-307-10825Agricultural employer duties—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.309.
HTMLPDF296-307-10830Display requirements for pesticide safety information and pesticide application and hazard information—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.311.
HTMLPDF296-307-10835Commercial pesticide handler employer duties—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.313.
HTMLPDF296-307-10840Prohibited actions—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.315.
HTMLPDF296-307-10845Violations of this part—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.317.
Requirements for Protection of Agricultural Workers
HTMLPDF296-307-109Requirements for protection of agricultural workers.
HTMLPDF296-307-10905Training requirements for workers—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.401.
HTMLPDF296-307-10910Establishment-specific information for workers—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.403.
HTMLPDF296-307-10915Entry restrictions associated with pesticide applications—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.405.
HTMLPDF296-307-10920Worker entry restrictions after pesticide applications—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.407.
HTMLPDF296-307-10925Oral and posted notification of worker entry restrictions—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.409.
HTMLPDF296-307-10930Decontamination supplies for workers—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.411.
Requirements for the Protection of Agricultural Pesticide Handlers
HTMLPDF296-307-112Requirements for protection of agricultural pesticide handlers.
HTMLPDF296-307-11205Training requirements for handlers—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.501.
HTMLPDF296-307-11210Knowledge of labeling, application-specific, and establishment-specific information for handlers—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.503.
HTMLPDF296-307-11215Requirements during applications to protect handlers, workers, and other persons—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.505.
HTMLPDF296-307-11220Personal protective equipment—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.507.
HTMLPDF296-307-11225Decontamination and eye flushing supplies for handlers—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.509.
Exemptions, Exceptions and Equivalency
HTMLPDF296-307-114Exemptions, exceptions and equivalency.
HTMLPDF296-307-11405Exemptions—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.601.
HTMLPDF296-307-11410Exceptions for entry by workers during restricted-entry intervals—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.603.
HTMLPDF296-307-11415Agricultural employer responsibilities to protect workers entering treated areas during a restricted-entry interval—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.605.
HTMLPDF296-307-11420Exceptions to personal protective equipment requirements specified on pesticide product labeling—40 C.F.R., Sec. 170.607.
Part J
Pesticides Recordkeeping
HTMLPDF296-307-145Pesticides recordkeeping.
HTMLPDF296-307-14505What records must an employer keep for pesticide applications?
HTMLPDF296-307-14510Sample pesticide storage record.
Part J-1
Cholinesterase Monitoring
HTMLPDF296-307-148Scope and summary.
HTMLPDF296-307-14805Maintain handling records for covered pesticides.
HTMLPDF296-307-14810Implement a medical monitoring program.
HTMLPDF296-307-14815Identify a physician or other licensed health care professional.
HTMLPDF296-307-14820Make cholinesterase testing available.
HTMLPDF296-307-14825Respond to depressed cholinesterase levels.
HTMLPDF296-307-14830Provide medical removal protection benefits.
HTMLPDF296-307-14835Maintain records.
HTMLPDF296-307-14840Provide training.
HTMLPDF296-307-14845Implementation plan.
Part K
Working Near Overhead Lines
HTMLPDF296-307-150Employees working near overhead lines.
HTMLPDF296-307-15003What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-15006What clearance and safeguards are required to protect employees working near overhead lines?
HTMLPDF296-307-15009What signs must an employer post to warn employees working near overhead lines?
HTMLPDF296-307-15012When must an employer notify the utility of employees working near overhead lines?
Part L
Temporary Worker Housing
HTMLPDF296-307-161Temporary worker housing and cherry harvest camps.
HTMLPDF296-307-16101Purpose and applicability.
HTMLPDF296-307-16104Technical assistance—Notice of violation.
HTMLPDF296-307-16115Maximum capacity for TWH occupants.
HTMLPDF296-307-16120Variance and procedure.
HTMLPDF296-307-16125Temporary worker housing sites and cherry harvest campsites.
HTMLPDF296-307-16127TWH management plan.
HTMLPDF296-307-16130Water supply.
HTMLPDF296-307-16135Sewage disposal.
HTMLPDF296-307-16140Electricity and lighting.
HTMLPDF296-307-16145Building requirements and maintenance.
HTMLPDF296-307-16149Carbon monoxide alarms, smoke detectors, and fire extinguishers.
HTMLPDF296-307-16150Laundry facilities.
HTMLPDF296-307-16155Handwashing and bathing facilities.
HTMLPDF296-307-16160Toilet facilities.
HTMLPDF296-307-16165Cooking and food-handling facilities.
HTMLPDF296-307-16170Cots, beds, bedding, and personal storage.
HTMLPDF296-307-16175First aid and safety.
HTMLPDF296-307-16180Refuse disposal.
HTMLPDF296-307-16185Insect and rodent control.
HTMLPDF296-307-16190Disease prevention and control.
Part M
Guarding Tools and Equipment; Farm Shops; Materials Handling
HTMLPDF296-307-18005How must fan blades be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-18010How must constant-running drives be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-18015What training must an employer provide for employees who use agricultural equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-18020What requirements apply to machine controls?
HTMLPDF296-307-18025How must steam pipes be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-185Guarding powered saws.
HTMLPDF296-307-18503What general requirements apply to powered saws?
HTMLPDF296-307-18506How must band saws be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-18509How must radial arm saws be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-18512How must table saws be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-18515How must circular fuel-wood saws be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-190Guarding bench grinders, abrasive wheels, and portable grinders.
HTMLPDF296-307-19003What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-19006What rules apply to guarding abrasive wheels?
HTMLPDF296-307-19009What are the use, mounting, and guarding rules for abrasive wheels?
HTMLPDF296-307-19012What requirements apply to flanges?
HTMLPDF296-307-19015How must vertical portable grinders be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-19018How must other portable grinders be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-195What rules apply to grounding and "dead man" controls for hand-held portable power tools?
HTMLPDF296-307-200Compressed air.
HTMLPDF296-307-20005May compressed air be used for cleaning?
HTMLPDF296-307-20010What requirements apply to compressed air tools?
HTMLPDF296-307-205Guarding portable powered tools.
HTMLPDF296-307-20505What requirements apply to guarding portable powered tools?
HTMLPDF296-307-20510What requirements apply to switches and controls on portable powered tools?
HTMLPDF296-307-20515What requirements apply to pneumatic powered tools and hose?
HTMLPDF296-307-220Power lawnmowers.
HTMLPDF296-307-22003What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-22006What are the general guarding requirements for power lawnmowers?
HTMLPDF296-307-22009What rules apply to walk-behind and riding rotary mowers?
HTMLPDF296-307-22012What rules apply to walk-behind rotary mowers?
HTMLPDF296-307-22015What rules apply to riding rotary mowers?
HTMLPDF296-307-22503What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-22506How shall the rated load be marked on a jack?
HTMLPDF296-307-22509What rules apply to the operation and maintenance of jacks?
HTMLPDF296-307-230What are the general requirements for materials handling and storage?
HTMLPDF296-307-232What requirements apply to conveyors?
Part N
Sanitation for Indoor Workplaces
HTMLPDF296-307-240Sanitation for fixed, indoor workplaces.
HTMLPDF296-307-24001Must an employer comply with state health regulations?
HTMLPDF296-307-24003What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-24006What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-24009What housekeeping requirements apply to fixed, indoor workplaces?
HTMLPDF296-307-24012How must the potable water supply be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-24015How must the nonpotable water supply be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-24018What toilet facilities must an employer provide?
HTMLPDF296-307-24021What washing facilities must an employer provide?
HTMLPDF296-307-24024What requirements apply to lavatories?
HTMLPDF296-307-24027When must an employer provide change rooms?
HTMLPDF296-307-24030What requirements apply to consumption of food and beverages in the workplace?
HTMLPDF296-307-24033How must waste be stored and removed?
HTMLPDF296-307-24036When must an employer have a vermin control program?
Part O
Walking Working Surfaces; Fixed Industrial Stairs; Aerial Manlifts
HTMLPDF296-307-250Walking working surfaces, elevated walkways, and platforms.
HTMLPDF296-307-25003What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-25006When may railings be omitted?
HTMLPDF296-307-25009What protection must an employer provide for openings?
HTMLPDF296-307-25012What protection must an employer provide for openings and holes?
HTMLPDF296-307-25015What protection must an employer provide for open-sided floors, platforms, and runways?
HTMLPDF296-307-25018What requirements apply to stairway railings and guards?
HTMLPDF296-307-25021How must a standard railing be constructed?
HTMLPDF296-307-25024How must a stair railing be constructed?
HTMLPDF296-307-25027What are the requirements for railing dimensions?
HTMLPDF296-307-25030What requirements apply to toeboards?
HTMLPDF296-307-25033How must handrails and railings be constructed?
HTMLPDF296-307-25036What materials may be used for floor opening covers?
HTMLPDF296-307-25039How must skylight screens be constructed and mounted?
HTMLPDF296-307-25042What protection must an employer provide for openings?
HTMLPDF296-307-260Fixed industrial stairs.
HTMLPDF296-307-26003What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-26006What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-26009Where are fixed stairs required?
HTMLPDF296-307-26012Where are spiral stairs prohibited?
HTMLPDF296-307-26015How strong must fixed stairs be?
HTMLPDF296-307-26018How wide must fixed stairs be?
HTMLPDF296-307-26021What angles may stairways be installed at?
HTMLPDF296-307-26024What requirements apply to stair treads?
HTMLPDF296-307-26027What requirements apply to the length of stairways?
HTMLPDF296-307-26030What requirements apply to railings and handrails on fixed stairs?
HTMLPDF296-307-26033What requirements apply to alternating tread-type stairs?
HTMLPDF296-307-26036What other requirements apply to fixed stairs?
HTMLPDF296-307-270Aerial manlift equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-27005What requirements apply to aerial manlift equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-27010What requirements apply to using aerial manlift equipment?
Part P
Guarding Power Transmission Machinery
HTMLPDF296-307-280Guarding power transmission machinery.
HTMLPDF296-307-28002What power transmission belts are covered by this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-28004What does "guarded by location" mean?
HTMLPDF296-307-28006What general requirements apply to machine guarding?
HTMLPDF296-307-28014What requirements apply to prime-mover guards?
HTMLPDF296-307-28016What requirements apply to guarding shafting?
HTMLPDF296-307-28018What requirements apply to guarding pulleys?
HTMLPDF296-307-28020What requirements apply to guarding horizontal belt, rope, and chain drives?
HTMLPDF296-307-28022What requirements apply to guarding overhead horizontal belt, rope, and chain drives?
HTMLPDF296-307-28024What requirements apply to guarding vertical and inclined belts?
HTMLPDF296-307-28026What requirements apply to guarding cone-pulley belts?
HTMLPDF296-307-28028What requirements apply to guarding belt tighteners?
HTMLPDF296-307-28030What requirements apply to guarding gears, sprockets, and chains?
HTMLPDF296-307-28032What requirements apply to guarding friction drives?
HTMLPDF296-307-28034What requirements apply to guarding keys, set screws, and other projections?
HTMLPDF296-307-28036What requirements apply to guarding collars and couplings?
HTMLPDF296-307-28038Must self-lubricating bearings be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-28040What requirements apply to guarding clutches, cutoff couplings, and clutch pulleys?
HTMLPDF296-307-28042What requirements apply to guarding belt shifters, clutches, shippers, poles, perches, and fasteners?
HTMLPDF296-307-28044What materials must be used for standard guards?
HTMLPDF296-307-28046How must standard guards be manufactured?
HTMLPDF296-307-28048What requirements apply to disk, shield, and U-guards?
HTMLPDF296-307-28050What materials must be used for guards?
HTMLPDF296-307-28052When may wood guards be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-28054What materials may be used for guarding horizontal overhead belts?
HTMLPDF296-307-28056What clearance must be maintained between guards and power transmission machinery?
HTMLPDF296-307-28058How must overhead rope and chain-drive guards be constructed?
HTMLPDF296-307-28060What materials must be used for guardrails and toeboards?
HTMLPDF296-307-28062How must shafting be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-28064How must pulleys be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-28066How must belts be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-28068How must other equipment be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-290Auger conveying equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-29005What requirements apply to auger conveying equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-29010What other requirements apply to auger conveying equipment manufactured after October 25, 1976?
HTMLPDF296-307-300Guarding farmstead equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-30003What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-30006How must power takeoff shafts of farmstead equipment be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-30009How must other power transmission components of farmstead equipment be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-30012How must functional components of farmstead equipment be guarded?
HTMLPDF296-307-30015When may guards be removed on farmstead equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-30018What requirements apply to electrical control for maintaining and servicing farmstead equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-30021What additional guarding requirements apply to farmstead equipment?
Part Q
Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout-tagout)
HTMLPDF296-307-320Control of hazardous energy (lockout-tagout).
HTMLPDF296-307-32001What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-32003When does this section not apply?
HTMLPDF296-307-32005What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-32007What are the required elements of an energy control program?
HTMLPDF296-307-32009How does an employer determine when to use lockout vs. tagout?
HTMLPDF296-307-32011What requirements must be met to substitute tagout for lockout?
HTMLPDF296-307-32013What are the required elements of energy control procedures?
HTMLPDF296-307-32015What requirements apply to lockout and tagout devices and materials?
HTMLPDF296-307-32017How often must the energy control procedure be inspected?
HTMLPDF296-307-32019What general requirements apply to energy control program training and communication?
HTMLPDF296-307-32021What additional requirements apply to tagout training and communication?
HTMLPDF296-307-32023What requirements apply to employee retraining?
HTMLPDF296-307-32025What training records must an employer keep?
HTMLPDF296-307-32027Who may perform lockout or tagout?
HTMLPDF296-307-32029Who must be notified of lockout and tagout?
HTMLPDF296-307-32031What order of events must lockout or tagout procedures follow?
HTMLPDF296-307-32033What order of events must be followed to remove lockout or tagout devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-32035What requirements apply to testing and positioning machines and equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-32037What requirements apply to outside servicing contractors?
HTMLPDF296-307-32039What requirements apply to group lockout or tagout?
HTMLPDF296-307-32041What requirements apply to lockout/tagout during shift changes?
Part R
Safety Color Coding; Accident Prevention Signs and Tags
HTMLPDF296-307-330Safety color coding; accident prevention signs and tags.
HTMLPDF296-307-33001What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-33003What does red identify in safety color coding?
HTMLPDF296-307-33005What does yellow identify in safety color coding?
HTMLPDF296-307-33007When should signs and tags use "danger" versus "caution"?
HTMLPDF296-307-33009What are the design and color specifications for accident prevention signs?
HTMLPDF296-307-33011What are the proper uses of accident prevention tags?
Part S
Fire Protection and Ignition Sources; Exit Routes
HTMLPDF296-307-340Portable fire extinguishers.
HTMLPDF296-307-34003What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-34006Who is exempt from the requirements of this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-34009What general requirements apply to portable fire extinguishers?
HTMLPDF296-307-34012How should portable fire extinguishers be selected and distributed?
HTMLPDF296-307-34015What are the requirements for inspection, maintenance and testing of portable fire extinguishers?
HTMLPDF296-307-34018What requirements apply to hydrostatic testing?
HTMLPDF296-307-34021What are the training requirements for portable fire extinguishers?
HTMLPDF296-307-345Employee alarm systems.
HTMLPDF296-307-34503What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-34506What general requirements apply to employee alarm systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-34509What are the installation and restoration requirements for employee alarm systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-34512How must employee alarm systems be maintained and tested?
HTMLPDF296-307-34515Where must manually operated devices be located?
HTMLPDF296-307-350Exit routes.
HTMLPDF296-307-35003What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-35006What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-35009What are the design requirements for exit routes?
HTMLPDF296-307-35012What are the operation and maintenance requirements for exit routes?
HTMLPDF296-307-35015What are the requirements for an emergency action plan?
HTMLPDF296-307-35018What are the requirements for a fire prevention plan?
Part T
HTMLPDF296-307-36005What does this part cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-36010What definitions apply to this part?
HTMLPDF296-307-362General electrical requirements.
HTMLPDF296-307-36203What electrical equipment must be approved?
HTMLPDF296-307-36206How must electrical equipment safety be determined?
HTMLPDF296-307-36209What requirements apply to guarding live parts?
HTMLPDF296-307-36212What workspace must be provided?
HTMLPDF296-307-36215What general requirements apply to splices?
HTMLPDF296-307-36218What protection must be provided against combustible materials?
HTMLPDF296-307-36221How must electrical equipment be marked?
HTMLPDF296-307-36224How must disconnecting means be marked?
HTMLPDF296-307-36227What access and working space must be provided for electrical equipment of 600 volts, nominal, or less?
HTMLPDF296-307-36230What access and working space must be provided for electrical equipment over 600 volts, nominal?
HTMLPDF296-307-364Electrical installation and maintenance.
HTMLPDF296-307-36403How must flexible cords and cables be installed and maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-36406How must attachment plugs and receptacles be installed and maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-36409What must employees do when equipment causes electrical shock?
HTMLPDF296-307-36412What grounding and bonding requirements apply to equipment installation and maintenance?
HTMLPDF296-307-36415What requirements apply to disconnecting means?
HTMLPDF296-307-36418What requirements apply to identification and load rating of electrical equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-36421How must equipment be installed in wet locations?
HTMLPDF296-307-366Wiring design and protection.
HTMLPDF296-307-36603How must grounded and grounding conductors be used and identified?
HTMLPDF296-307-36606What ampere rating must outlet devices have?
HTMLPDF296-307-36609What requirements apply to conductors?
HTMLPDF296-307-36612What design and protection requirements apply to service-entrances?
HTMLPDF296-307-36615What overcurrent protection must be provided?
HTMLPDF296-307-36618What premises wiring systems must be grounded?
HTMLPDF296-307-36621Must the conductor be grounded for AC premises wiring?
HTMLPDF296-307-36624What general requirements apply to grounding conductors?
HTMLPDF296-307-36627Must the path to ground be continuous?
HTMLPDF296-307-36630What supports, enclosures, and equipment must be grounded?
HTMLPDF296-307-36633How must fixed equipment be grounded?
HTMLPDF296-307-36636How must high voltage systems be grounded?
HTMLPDF296-307-368Wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use.
HTMLPDF296-307-36803Does this section apply to factory-assembled equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-36806What wiring methods must be used for temporary wiring?
HTMLPDF296-307-36809When may cable trays be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-36812What requirements apply to open wiring on insulators?
HTMLPDF296-307-36815What wiring requirements apply to cabinets, boxes, and fittings?
HTMLPDF296-307-36818What requirements apply to switches?
HTMLPDF296-307-36821Where must switchboards and panelboards be located?
HTMLPDF296-307-36824When must conductors be insulated?
HTMLPDF296-307-36827When may flexible cords and cables be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-36830How must flexible cords and cables be identified, spliced, and terminated?
HTMLPDF296-307-36833What requirements apply to multiconductor portable cable?
HTMLPDF296-307-36836When may fixture wires be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-36839What requirements apply to wiring for lighting fixtures, lampholders, lamps, and receptacles?
HTMLPDF296-307-36842What requirements apply to wiring for receptacles, cord connectors, and attachment plugs (caps)?
HTMLPDF296-307-36845What requirements apply to wiring for appliances?
HTMLPDF296-307-36848What requirements apply to wiring for motors, motor circuits, and controllers?
HTMLPDF296-307-36851What requirements apply to wiring for transformers?
HTMLPDF296-307-36854What requirements apply to wiring for capacitors?
HTMLPDF296-307-36857How must storage batteries be ventilated?
HTMLPDF296-307-36860What other miscellaneous requirements apply to wiring methods?
HTMLPDF296-307-370Special purpose equipment and installations.
HTMLPDF296-307-37003What requirements apply to cranes, hoists, and runways?
HTMLPDF296-307-37006What requirements apply to elevators, dumbwaiters, escalators, and moving walks?
HTMLPDF296-307-37009What requirements apply to the disconnecting means for electric welders?
HTMLPDF296-307-37012What requirements apply to electrically driven or controlled irrigation machines?
HTMLPDF296-307-372Hazardous (classified) locations.
HTMLPDF296-307-37203What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-37206What classifications apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-37209What equipment, wiring methods, and installations may be used in hazardous locations?
HTMLPDF296-307-37212How must conduit be installed in hazardous locations?
HTMLPDF296-307-37215Which equipment may be used in Division 1 and 2 locations?
HTMLPDF296-307-37218What requirements apply to motors and generators used in hazardous locations?
HTMLPDF296-307-374Special systems.
HTMLPDF296-307-37403What requirements apply to systems over 600 volts, nominal?
HTMLPDF296-307-37406What requirements apply to emergency power systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-37409How are Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3 remote control, signaling, and power-limited circuits classified?
HTMLPDF296-307-37412What requirements apply to fire protective signaling systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-376Working on or near exposed energized parts.
HTMLPDF296-307-37603What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-37606Who may work on energized parts?
HTMLPDF296-307-37609What requirements apply to working near low voltage lines?
HTMLPDF296-307-37612What requirements apply to qualified persons working near overhead lines?
HTMLPDF296-307-37615What requirements apply to vehicles and mechanical equipment near overhead lines?
HTMLPDF296-307-37618What lighting must be provided for employees working near exposed energized parts?
HTMLPDF296-307-37621What requirements apply to working near exposed energized parts in confined spaces?
HTMLPDF296-307-37624What housekeeping requirements apply to working near exposed energized parts?
HTMLPDF296-307-37627Who may defeat an electrical safety interlock?
HTMLPDF296-307-378Safety-related work practices.
HTMLPDF296-307-37801What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-37803How must employees be trained on safety practices?
HTMLPDF296-307-37805How must safety-related work practices be chosen and used?
HTMLPDF296-307-37807What work practices must be followed for work on exposed deenergized parts?
HTMLPDF296-307-37809Must an employer have a written copy of lockout-tagout procedures?
HTMLPDF296-307-37811What work practices must be followed for deenergizing equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-37813How must locks and tags be applied?
HTMLPDF296-307-37815What work practices must be followed to verify deenergization?
HTMLPDF296-307-37817What work practices must be followed when reenergizing equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-37819What safety-related work practices relate to portable electric equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-37821What safety-related work practices relate to electric power and lighting circuits?
HTMLPDF296-307-37823What safety-related work practices relate to test instruments and equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-37825What safety-related work practices relate to flammable materials?
HTMLPDF296-307-380Electrical protective equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-38003How must protective equipment be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-38006What requirements apply to general protective equipment and tools?
HTMLPDF296-307-38009What manufacturing and marking requirements apply to electrical protective devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-38012What electrical requirements apply to electrical protective devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-38015What workmanship and finish requirements apply to electrical protective devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-38018How must electrical protective devices be maintained and used?
Part U-1
Hazardous MaterialsAnhydrous Ammonia
HTMLPDF296-307-400Anhydrous ammonia.
HTMLPDF296-307-40001What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-40003What definitions apply to this section?
HTMLPDF296-307-40005What general requirements apply to the storage and handling of anhydrous ammonia?
HTMLPDF296-307-40007What requirements apply to systems mounted on farm wagons (implements of husbandry) for the transportation of ammonia?
HTMLPDF296-307-40009What requirements apply to systems mounted on farm wagons (implements of husbandry) for the application of ammonia?
HTMLPDF296-307-40011What requirements must approved anhydrous ammonia equipment meet?
HTMLPDF296-307-40013What requirements apply to the construction, original test, and requalification of nonrefrigerated containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-40015How must nonrefrigerated containers and systems (other than DOT containers) be marked?
HTMLPDF296-307-40017Where may anhydrous ammonia containers be located?
HTMLPDF296-307-40019What requirements apply to container accessories?
HTMLPDF296-307-40021What requirements apply to piping, tubing, and fittings?
HTMLPDF296-307-40023What specifications must hoses meet?
HTMLPDF296-307-40025What requirements apply to safety-relief devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-40027What emergency precautions are required when handling anhydrous ammonia?
HTMLPDF296-307-40029What requirements apply to filling densities?
HTMLPDF296-307-40031What requirements apply to the transfer of liquids?
HTMLPDF296-307-40033What requirements apply to tank car unloading points and operations?
HTMLPDF296-307-40035What requirements apply to the liquid-level gauging device?
HTMLPDF296-307-40037How should aboveground uninsulated containers be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-40039What requirements apply to electrical equipment and wiring?
Part U-2
Hazardous MaterialsLiquified Petroleum Gas
HTMLPDF296-307-410Storage and handling of liquefied petroleum gases.
HTMLPDF296-307-41001What does this part cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-41003Which LP-gas installations are not covered by this part?
HTMLPDF296-307-41005What definitions apply to this part?
HTMLPDF296-307-41007When must LP-gas be odorized?
HTMLPDF296-307-41009Must LP-gas containers and equipment be approved?
HTMLPDF296-307-41011What construction and test requirements must containers meet?
HTMLPDF296-307-41013How must containers be welded?
HTMLPDF296-307-41015How must containers be marked?
HTMLPDF296-307-41017Where must containers be located?
HTMLPDF296-307-41019What requirements apply to valves and accessories?
HTMLPDF296-307-41021What requirements apply to piping, tubing, and fittings?
HTMLPDF296-307-41023What specifications must hoses meet?
HTMLPDF296-307-41025What requirements apply to safety devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-41027How must indirect fired vaporizers be constructed and installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-41029How must atmospheric vaporizers be constructed and installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-41031How must direct gas-fired vaporizers be constructed and installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-41033How must direct gas-fired tank heaters be constructed and installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-41035How must dehydrators be constructed and installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-41037What are the maximum filling densities?
HTMLPDF296-307-41039What requirements apply to LP-gas in buildings?
HTMLPDF296-307-41041What requirements apply to transfer of liquids?
HTMLPDF296-307-41043Must workers be trained?
HTMLPDF296-307-41045What fire protection must be provided for LP-gas installations?
HTMLPDF296-307-41047What electrical requirements apply to LP-gas installations?
HTMLPDF296-307-41049What requirements apply to liquid-level gauging devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-41051What requirements apply to appliances?
HTMLPDF296-307-415Cylinder systems.
HTMLPDF296-307-41501What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-41503What is a "cylinder system"?
HTMLPDF296-307-41505How must containers be marked for cylinder systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-41507What additional requirements apply to cylinder systems installed outdoors?
HTMLPDF296-307-41509What additional requirements apply to cylinder system installed indoors?
HTMLPDF296-307-41511What requirements apply to valves and accessories?
HTMLPDF296-307-41513What requirements apply to safety devices for cylinder systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-41515What other requirements apply to cylinder systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-420Systems using non-DOT containers.
HTMLPDF296-307-42001What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-42003How must non-DOT containers be designed and classified?
HTMLPDF296-307-42005What requirements apply to valves and accessories, filler pipes, and discharge pipes for non-DOT containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-42007What additional requirements apply to safety devices for non-DOT containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-42009When may non-DOT containers be reinstalled?
HTMLPDF296-307-42011What is the maximum capacity allowed for non-DOT containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-42013How must non-DOT containers be installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-42015How must non-DOT containers be protected?
HTMLPDF296-307-42017What requirements apply to non-DOT containers in industrial plants?
HTMLPDF296-307-42019What requirements apply to container-charging plants?
HTMLPDF296-307-42021What fire protection must be provided for non-DOT containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-42023What other requirements apply to non-DOT containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-425LP-gas as a motor fuel.
HTMLPDF296-307-42501What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-42503What general requirements apply to LP-gas used as a motor fuel?
HTMLPDF296-307-42505How must fuel containers be designed and classified?
HTMLPDF296-307-42507How must fuel containers be installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-42509What requirements apply to valves and accessories?
HTMLPDF296-307-42511What requirements apply to piping, tubing, and fittings?
HTMLPDF296-307-42513What requirements apply to safety devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-42515What requirements apply to vaporizers?
HTMLPDF296-307-42517What requirements apply to gas regulating and mixing equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-42519What is the maximum container capacity allowed?
HTMLPDF296-307-42521What requirements apply to stationary engines used indoors?
HTMLPDF296-307-42523What requirements apply to portable engines used indoors?
HTMLPDF296-307-42525What requirements apply to industrial trucks used indoors?
HTMLPDF296-307-42527How must LP-gas-fueled vehicles be garaged?
HTMLPDF296-307-430Storage of containers awaiting use or resale.
HTMLPDF296-307-43001What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-43003What general requirements apply to storage of containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-43005How must containers be stored within buildings frequented by the public?
HTMLPDF296-307-43007How must containers be stored in buildings not frequented by the public?
HTMLPDF296-307-43009How must containers be stored within special buildings or rooms?
HTMLPDF296-307-43011How must containers be stored outdoors?
HTMLPDF296-307-43013What fire protection must be provided for stored containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-435LP-gas system installations on commercial vehicles.
HTMLPDF296-307-43501What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-43503How must containers be constructed?
HTMLPDF296-307-43505What is the maximum capacity allowed for LP-gas installations on commercial vehicles?
HTMLPDF296-307-43507Where must systems be located?
HTMLPDF296-307-43509What requirements apply to valves and accessories?
HTMLPDF296-307-43511What requirements apply to safety devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-43513What types of systems may be used on commercial vehicles?
HTMLPDF296-307-43515What requirements apply to enclosures and mounting?
HTMLPDF296-307-43517What requirements apply to piping, tubing, and fittings?
HTMLPDF296-307-43519What requirements apply to appliances?
HTMLPDF296-307-43521What general precautions must be followed for LP-gas system installations on commercial vehicles?
HTMLPDF296-307-43523How must containers be charged?
HTMLPDF296-307-43525What fire protection must be provided for mobile cook units?
HTMLPDF296-307-440LP-gas service stations.
HTMLPDF296-307-44001What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-44003How must storage containers be designed and classified?
HTMLPDF296-307-44005What requirements apply to valves and accessories?
HTMLPDF296-307-44007What requirements apply to safety devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-44009What is the maximum capacity allowed for containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-44011How must storage containers be installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-44013What equipment must be protected against tampering?
HTMLPDF296-307-44015What requirements apply to the transport truck unloading point?
HTMLPDF296-307-44017What requirements apply to piping, valves, and fittings?
HTMLPDF296-307-44019What requirements apply to pumps and accessory equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-44021What requirements apply to LP-gas dispensing devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-44023Is smoking allowed at LP-gas service stations?
HTMLPDF296-307-44025What fire protection must be provided at LP-gas service stations?
Part U-3
Other Hazardous Materials
Dipping and Coating Operations (Dip Tanks)
HTMLPDF296-307-450General requirements.
HTMLPDF296-307-45005Construct safe dip tanks.
HTMLPDF296-307-45010Provide proper ventilation for the vapor area.
HTMLPDF296-307-45015Take additional precautions if you recirculate ventilation system exhaust air into the workplace.
HTMLPDF296-307-45020Take additional precautions when using an exhaust hood.
HTMLPDF296-307-45025Periodically inspect your dip tanks and associated equipment and correct any deficiencies.
First Aid
HTMLPDF296-307-45030Make sure employees working near dip tanks know appropriate first-aid procedures.
HTMLPDF296-307-45035Prepare dip tanks before cleaning.
HTMLPDF296-307-45045Protect employees during welding, burning, or other work using open flames.
Liquids Harmful to Skin
HTMLPDF296-307-45050Protect employees that use liquids that may burn, irritate, or otherwise harm the skin.
HTMLPDF296-307-455Additional requirements for dip tanks using flammable or combustible liquids.
HTMLPDF296-307-45505Include additional safeguards when constructing dip tanks.
HTMLPDF296-307-45510Provide overflow pipes.
HTMLPDF296-307-45515Provide bottom drains.
Fire Protection
HTMLPDF296-307-45520Provide fire protection in the vapor area.
HTMLPDF296-307-45525Provide additional fire protection for large dip tanks.
Electrical Wiring and Equipment and Sources of Ignition
HTMLPDF296-307-45535Prevent static electricity sparks or arcs when adding liquids to a dip tank.
HTMLPDF296-307-45540Control ignition sources.
HTMLPDF296-307-45545Provide safe electrical wiring and equipment where the liquid can drip or splash.
HTMLPDF296-307-45550Keep the area around dip tanks clear of combustible material and properly dispose of waste.
Heating Liquid
HTMLPDF296-307-45555Make sure heating the liquid in your dip tanks does not cause a fire.
Heat Drying
HTMLPDF296-307-45560Make sure a heating system used for drying objects does not cause a fire.
HTMLPDF296-307-45565Make sure conveyor systems are safe.
HTMLPDF296-307-460Additional requirements for dip tanks used for specific processes.
Hardening or Tempering
HTMLPDF296-307-46005Meet specific requirements if you use a hardening or tempering tank.
Vapor Degreasing
HTMLPDF296-307-46025Provide additional safeguards for vapor degreasing tanks.
Spray Cleaning or Degreasing
HTMLPDF296-307-46030Control liquid spray over an open surface cleaning or degreasing tank.
Part V
HTMLPDF296-307-475Welding, cutting, and brazing.
HTMLPDF296-307-47501What definitions apply to this part?
HTMLPDF296-307-480Installation and operation of oxygen fuel gas systems for welding and cutting.
HTMLPDF296-307-48001What general requirements apply to oxygen fuel gas systems?
HTMLPDF296-307-48003What requirements apply to portable cylinders?
HTMLPDF296-307-48005What general requirements apply to storing compressed gas cylinders?
HTMLPDF296-307-48007How must fuel-gas cylinders be stored?
HTMLPDF296-307-48009How must oxygen cylinders be stored?
HTMLPDF296-307-48011What general operating procedures apply to working with cylinders and containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-48013What requirements apply to safety devices on cylinders?
HTMLPDF296-307-48015How must cylinders be transported?
HTMLPDF296-307-48017How must cylinders be handled?
HTMLPDF296-307-48019What requirements apply to cylinder valves?
HTMLPDF296-307-48021What requirements apply to cylinder regulators?
HTMLPDF296-307-48023What requirements apply to fuel-gas manifolds?
HTMLPDF296-307-48025What requirements apply to high pressure oxygen manifolds?
HTMLPDF296-307-48027What requirements apply to low pressure oxygen manifolds?
HTMLPDF296-307-48029What requirements apply to manifolding portable outlet headers?
HTMLPDF296-307-48031What operating procedures apply to cylinder manifolds?
HTMLPDF296-307-48033How must service piping systems be designed?
HTMLPDF296-307-48035What requirements apply to piping joints?
HTMLPDF296-307-48037How must service piping systems be installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-48039How must service piping systems be painted and marked?
HTMLPDF296-307-48041How must service piping systems be tested?
HTMLPDF296-307-48043How must equipment be installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-48045How must service piping systems be protected?
HTMLPDF296-307-48047What requirements apply to piping protective equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-48049What requirements apply to station outlet protective equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-48051What requirements apply to hose and hose connections?
HTMLPDF296-307-48053What requirements apply to pressure-reducing regulators?
HTMLPDF296-307-485Installation and operation of resistance welding equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-48501What general requirements apply to resistance welding equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-48503What requirements apply to portable welding machines?
HTMLPDF296-307-48505What requirements apply to flash welding equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-48507Who must perform a job hazard analysis?
HTMLPDF296-307-48509What maintenance requirements apply to resistance welding equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-490Application, installation, and operation of arc welding and cutting equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-49001What environmental conditions must be taken into account when selecting arc welding equipment?
HTMLPDF296-307-49003What voltages must arc welding equipment use?
HTMLPDF296-307-49005How must arc welding equipment be designed?
HTMLPDF296-307-49007How must arc welding equipment be installed?
HTMLPDF296-307-49009How must arc welding equipment be grounded?
HTMLPDF296-307-49011What requirements apply to supply connections and conductors?
HTMLPDF296-307-49013How must arc welding equipment be operated?
HTMLPDF296-307-49015How must arc welding equipment be maintained?
HTMLPDF296-307-495Fire prevention and protection.
HTMLPDF296-307-49501What basic fire prevention precautions must be taken?
HTMLPDF296-307-49503What special fire prevention precautions must be taken?
HTMLPDF296-307-49505What precautions must be taken when welding or cutting containers?
HTMLPDF296-307-49507What precautions must be taken when welding in confined spaces?
HTMLPDF296-307-500Protection of employees.
HTMLPDF296-307-50001How must eye protection be selected?
HTMLPDF296-307-50003What specifications must eye protection meet?
HTMLPDF296-307-50005What protective clothing must welders wear?
HTMLPDF296-307-50007What other requirements apply to employee protection?
HTMLPDF296-307-50009What employee protection must be provided in confined spaces?
HTMLPDF296-307-50011What general requirements apply to welding ventilation?
HTMLPDF296-307-50013What ventilation must be provided for general welding and cutting?
HTMLPDF296-307-50015What requirements apply to local exhaust hoods and booths?
HTMLPDF296-307-50017What ventilation must be provided in confined spaces?
HTMLPDF296-307-50019What requirements apply to welding fluorine compounds?
HTMLPDF296-307-50021What requirements apply to welding zinc?
HTMLPDF296-307-50023What requirements apply to welding lead?
HTMLPDF296-307-50025What requirements apply to welding beryllium?
HTMLPDF296-307-50027What requirements apply to welding cadmium?
HTMLPDF296-307-50029What requirements apply to welding mercury?
Part W
Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklifts)
HTMLPDF296-307-520Powered industrial trucks (forklifts).
HTMLPDF296-307-52001What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-52003What is a "powered industrial truck"?
HTMLPDF296-307-52005What manufacturer's requirements apply to powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52007What are the classifications of powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52009What must a user consider before choosing a powered industrial truck?
HTMLPDF296-307-52011What requirements determine which trucks to use in specific hazardous environments?
HTMLPDF296-307-52013In what environments may converted trucks be used?
HTMLPDF296-307-52015What requirements apply to overhead safety guards?
HTMLPDF296-307-52017What requirements apply to load backrests?
HTMLPDF296-307-52019What requirements apply to fuel handling and storage?
HTMLPDF296-307-52021What requirements apply to lighting for operating areas?
HTMLPDF296-307-52023What level of carbon monoxide gas is allowed?
HTMLPDF296-307-52025What requirements apply to dockboards (bridge plates)?
HTMLPDF296-307-52027What rules apply to loading trucks, trailers, and railroad cars with powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52029What are the operator training requirements for powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52030Is there any additional (nonmandatory) information that may assist me with powered industrial truck operator training?
HTMLPDF296-307-52031What requirements apply to operating powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52033When may trucks be used to open or close freight car doors?
HTMLPDF296-307-52035What requirements apply to lifting employees on the forks of trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52037What requirements apply to using platforms for hoisting employees?
HTMLPDF296-307-52039What requirements apply to traveling in a powered industrial truck?
HTMLPDF296-307-52041What requirements apply to traveling speeds of powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52043What requirements apply to loading powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52045What requirements apply to servicing powered industrial trucks?
HTMLPDF296-307-52047What requirements apply to maintaining powered industrial trucks?
Part X
Rim Wheel Servicing
HTMLPDF296-307-530Rim wheel servicing.
HTMLPDF296-307-53001What does this section cover?
HTMLPDF296-307-53003What definitions apply to rim wheel servicing?
HTMLPDF296-307-53005What training must an employer provide for employees who service rim wheels?
HTMLPDF296-307-53007What requirements apply to restraining devices?
HTMLPDF296-307-53009What other equipment must an employer provide for rim wheel servicing?
HTMLPDF296-307-53011What requirements apply to wheel component assembly?
HTMLPDF296-307-53013What are the safe operating procedures for servicing multipiece rim wheels?
HTMLPDF296-307-53015What are the safe operating procedures for servicing single-piece rim wheels?
HTMLPDF296-307-53017How can an employer order the OSHA charts?
Part Y
Occupational Health Standards
Part Y-1
Employer Chemical Hazard Communication
Chapter 296-307 WAC Safety standards for agriculture Part Y-1 Employer chemical hazard communication (WAC 296-307-550 through 296-307-55060) and Part Y-2 Material safety data sheets and label preparation (WAC 296-307-560 through 296-307-56050) have been repealed. Please refer to chapter 296-901 WAC Globally harmonized system for hazard communication.
Part Y-2
Material Safety Data Sheets and Label Preparation
Chapter 296-307 WAC Safety standards for agriculture Part Y-1 Employer chemical hazard communication (WAC 296-307-550 through 296-307-55060) and Part Y-2 Material safety data sheets and label preparation (WAC 296-307-560 through 296-307-56050) have been repealed. Please refer to chapter 296-901 WAC Globally harmonized system for hazard communication.
Part Y-3
HTMLPDF296-307-570Lighting rule.
HTMLPDF296-307-57005Provide and maintain adequate lighting.
Part Y-4
Environmental Tobacco Smoke in the Office
HTMLPDF296-307-590Environmental tobacco smoke in the office—Summary.
HTMLPDF296-307-59005Prohibit tobacco smoke in your office work environment.
Part Y-5
HTMLPDF296-307-596Respirator program administrator.
HTMLPDF296-307-59605Designate a program administrator.
HTMLPDF296-307-598Voluntary respirator use requirements.
HTMLPDF296-307-59805Make sure voluntary use of respirators is safe.
HTMLPDF296-307-59810Keep voluntary use program records.
HTMLPDF296-307-600Written respirator program and recordkeeping.
HTMLPDF296-307-60005Develop and maintain a written program.
HTMLPDF296-307-60010Keep respirator program records.
HTMLPDF296-307-602Respirator selection.
HTMLPDF296-307-60205Select and provide appropriate respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-604Medical evaluations.
HTMLPDF296-307-60405Provide medical evaluations.
HTMLPDF296-307-606Fit testing.
HTMLPDF296-307-60605Conduct fit testing.
HTMLPDF296-307-60805Provide effective training.
HTMLPDF296-307-61005Maintain respirators in a clean and reliable condition.
HTMLPDF296-307-61010Store respirators properly.
HTMLPDF296-307-61015Inspect and repair respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-612Safe use and removal of respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-61205Prevent sealing problems with tight-fitting respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-61210Make sure employees leave the use area before removing respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-614Standby requirements for immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) conditions.
HTMLPDF296-307-61405Provide standby assistance in immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) conditions.
HTMLPDF296-307-616Air quality for self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) and air-line respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-61605Make sure breathing air and oxygen meet established specifications.
HTMLPDF296-307-61610Prevent conditions that could create a hazardous breathing air supply.
HTMLPDF296-307-61615Make sure compressors do not create a hazardous breathing air supply.
HTMLPDF296-307-618Labeling of air-purifying respirator filters, cartridges, and canisters.
HTMLPDF296-307-61805Keep labels readable on respirator filters, cartridges, and canisters during use.
HTMLPDF296-307-620Required procedures for respiratory protection program.
HTMLPDF296-307-62005Use this medical questionnaire for medical evaluations.
HTMLPDF296-307-62010Follow these fit-testing procedures for tight-fitting respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-62015Follow procedures established for cleaning and disinfecting respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-62020Follow procedures established for seal checking respirators.
Part Y-6
Respiratory Hazards
HTMLPDF296-307-626Evaluate and control employee exposures.
HTMLPDF296-307-62605Identify and evaluate respiratory hazards.
HTMLPDF296-307-62610Control employee exposures.
HTMLPDF296-307-62615Use respirators.
HTMLPDF296-307-62620Notify employees.
HTMLPDF296-307-62625Permissible exposure limits of air contaminants.
Part Y-7
Hearing Loss Prevention (Noise)
Hearing Loss Prevention Program
HTMLPDF296-307-63205Conduct employee noise exposure monitoring.
HTMLPDF296-307-63210Control employee noise exposures that equal or exceed 90 dBA TWA8.
HTMLPDF296-307-63215Make sure employees use hearing protection when their noise exposure equals or exceeds 85 dBA TWA8.
HTMLPDF296-307-63220Make sure exposed employees receive training about noise and hearing protection.
HTMLPDF296-307-63225Make sure warning signs are posted for areas where noise levels equal or exceed 115 dBA.
HTMLPDF296-307-63230Arrange for oversight of audiometric testing.
HTMLPDF296-307-63235Identify and correct deficiencies in your hearing loss prevention program.
HTMLPDF296-307-63240Document your hearing loss prevention activities.
Noise Measurement and Computation
HTMLPDF296-307-63405Make sure that noise-measuring equipment meets recognized standards.
HTMLPDF296-307-63410Measure employee noise exposure.
HTMLPDF296-307-63415Use these equations when estimating full-day noise exposure from sound level measurements.
Audiometric Testing
HTMLPDF296-307-63605Provide audiometric testing at no cost to employees.
HTMLPDF296-307-63610Establish a baseline audiogram for each exposed employee.
HTMLPDF296-307-63615Conduct annual audiograms.
HTMLPDF296-307-63620Review audiograms that indicate a standard threshold shift.
HTMLPDF296-307-63625Keep the baseline audiogram without revision, unless annual audiograms indicate a persistent threshold shift or a significant improvement in hearing.
HTMLPDF296-307-63630Make sure a record is kept of audiometric tests.
HTMLPDF296-307-63635Make sure audiometric testing equipment meets these requirements.
Options to Audiometric Testing
HTMLPDF296-307-63805Conduct hearing protection audits at least quarterly.
HTMLPDF296-307-63810Make sure staff conducting audits are properly trained.
HTMLPDF296-307-63815Assess the hearing protection used by each employee during audits.
HTMLPDF296-307-63820Document your hearing protection audits.
Third-party Audiometric Tests
HTMLPDF296-307-63825Make sure third-party hearing loss prevention programs meet the following requirements.
HTMLPDF296-307-640Noise definitions.
Part Y-8
Confined Spaces
HTMLPDF296-307-64402Identify permit-required confined spaces.
HTMLPDF296-307-64404Inform employees and control entry to permit-required confined spaces.
HTMLPDF296-307-64406Follow these requirements when you contract with another employer to enter your confined space.
Permit-required Confined Space Program
HTMLPDF296-307-64602Develop a written permit-required confined space program.
HTMLPDF296-307-64604Meet these additional requirements if your employees enter another employer's confined space.
Employee Training
HTMLPDF296-307-64802Provide employee training.
HTMLPDF296-307-64804Certify employee proficiency.
Permit Entry Procedures
HTMLPDF296-307-65002Implement procedures for entry permits.
HTMLPDF296-307-65004Use an entry permit that contains all required information.
HTMLPDF296-307-65006Keep and review your entry permits.
HTMLPDF296-307-65008Prevent unauthorized entry.
HTMLPDF296-307-65010Provide, maintain, and use proper equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-65012Evaluate and control hazards for safe entry.
HTMLPDF296-307-65014Make sure you have adequate rescue and emergency services available.
HTMLPDF296-307-65016Use nonentry rescue systems or methods whenever possible.
HTMLPDF296-307-65018Make sure entry supervisors perform their responsibilities and duties.
HTMLPDF296-307-65020Provide an attendant outside the permit-required confined space.
HTMLPDF296-307-65022Make sure entrants know the hazardous conditions and their duties.
HTMLPDF296-307-65024Implement procedures for ending entry.
HTMLPDF296-307-652Alternate entry procedures.
HTMLPDF296-307-65202Make sure the following conditions are met if using alternate entry procedures.
HTMLPDF296-307-65204Follow these alternate entry procedures for permit-required confined spaces.
HTMLPDF296-307-654Nonpermit confined spaces requirements.
HTMLPDF296-307-65402Follow these requirements when classifying a confined space as a nonpermit confined space.
HTMLPDF296-307-65404Reevaluate nonpermit confined spaces if hazards develop.
Part Y-10
Emergency Response
HTMLPDF296-307-70420Medical surveillance.
HTMLPDF296-307-70425Keep records.
HTMLPDF296-307-70430Incident requirements.
HTMLPDF296-307-70435Implement and maintain an incident command system (ICS).
HTMLPDF296-307-70440Prepare skilled support personnel.
HTMLPDF296-307-70445Make sure the incident commander oversees activities during the response.
HTMLPDF296-307-70450Use the buddy system in danger areas.
HTMLPDF296-307-70455Provide rescue and medical assistance.
HTMLPDF296-307-70460Personal protective equipment.
HTMLPDF296-307-70465Control hazards created by personal protective equipment (PPE).
HTMLPDF296-307-70470Use personal protective equipment (PPE) properly.
HTMLPDF296-307-70475Postemergency response.
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