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Contents
Preface xxv
Acknowledgments .xxvii
About.the.Author .xxix
Chapter 1 Introduction .1
Why.Injury.Prevention? 2
Accidents.or.Incidents .3
Accident/Incident.Prevention.Process .3
Comprehensive.Accident.Prevention .4
Accident.Prevention 5
Accident.Prevention.Benefits 5
Preventing.Occupational.Accidents/Incidents 6
Nothing.New.in.Prevention .6
How.Much.Prevention? .6
Risk.Control 8
Engineering.Controls 9
Awareness.Devices .9
Work.Practices 10
Administrative.Controls . 10
Personal.Protective.Equipment 11
Ranking.Hazard.Controls . 11
Structuring.Accident/Incident.Prevention . 11
Know.with.Whom.You.Are.Dealing . 14
Determining.the.Cause.of.Accidents 14
Accident.Prevention.Techniques . 14
References . 14
Chapter 2 Safety.and.Health.Programs 17
Introduction . 17
Reasons.for.a.Comprehensive.Safety.Program . 18
Safety.and.Health.Management.Process . 19
Building.a.Safety.and.Health.Program .20
Management.Commitment.and.Employee.Involvement 21
Hazard.Identification.and.Assessment .23
Hazard.Prevention.and.Control 24
Information.and.Training .25
Evaluation.of.Program.Effectiveness .26
Multi-Employer.Workplaces .26viii Contents
Characteristics.of.an.Occupational Safety.and.Health.Program .27
Factors.Affecting.Safety.and.Health 27
Components.of.a.Safety.and.Health.Program 28
Evaluative.Questions.Regarding.a.Safety.and.Health.Program .28
Tools.for.a.Safety.and.Health.Program.Assessment . 31
Documentation . 31
Employee.Interviews 31
Site.Conditions.and.Root.Causes.of.Hazards . 32
Assessing.the.Key.Components.of.Leadership,.Participation,.
and.Line.Accountability 32
Goal.and.Objectives.for.Worker.Safety.and.Health . 32
Visibility.of.Top.Management.Leadership . 33
Employee.Participation . 33
Assignment.of.Responsibility . 33
Adequate.Authority.and.Resources 34
Budgeting.for.Safety.and.Health 34
Budget.Items 34
Budget.Approach .36
The.Compliance.Factor .36
The.Written.Budget .37
Accountability.of.Managers,.Supervisors,.and.Hourly.
Employees .37
Evaluation.of.Contractor.Programs 38
Assessing.the.Key.Components.of.Worksite.Analysis 38
Comprehensive.Surveys,.Change.Analyses,.and.Routine.
Hazard.Analyses .38
Regular.Site.Safety.and.Health.Inspections .39
Employee.Reports.of.Hazards 39
Accident.and.Near-Miss.Investigations 39
Injury.and.Illness.Pattern.Analysis 40
Assessing.the.Key.Components.of.Hazard.Prevention.and.Control 40
Appropriate.Use.of.Engineering.Controls,.Work.Practices,.
Personal.Protective.Equipment,.and.Administrative.Controls .40
Facility.and.Equipment.Preventive.Maintenance . 41
Establishing.a.Medical.Program 41
Emergency.Planning.and.Preparation 41
Assessing.the.Key.Components.of.Safety.and.Health.Training . 42
Ensuring.That.All.Employees.Understand.Hazards 42
Ensuring.That.Supervisors.Understand.Their.Responsibilities . 42
Ensuring.That.Managers.Understand.Their Safety.and.
Health Responsibilities . 42
Summary . 43
References . 43Contents ix
Chapter 3 Accident/Incident.Investigation 45
Introduction . 45
Purpose.of.Accident.Investigations . 45
Accident.Prevention 46
Reporting.Accidents 47
Organizing.and.Assigning.Responsibilities 49
Supervisors.and.Accident.Investigation 49
Investigations.Benefit.the.Supervisor 50
Preplanning.an.Accident.Investigation . 51
Investigation.Process . 51
Conducting.the.Investigation 54
Visit.the.Site .54
Interviewing 57
Interviewer . 57
Accurate.Interviews .59
Expanding.the.Interview.for.Details .59
Evaluating.the.Witness’.State 60
Summarizing.the.Interviewing.Process 60
Handling.the.Evidence 61
Developing.Accident.Investigation.Forms 62
Final.Report.of.Investigation . 62
Follow-Up 64
Summary .64
References .64
Chapter 4 Hazard.Recognition.and.Avoidance 65
Hazard.Identification .65
Emphasis.on.Hazards 65
Accident.Causes 65
Direct.Causes 66
Hazard.Analysis 67
Worksite.Hazard.Analysis .70
Training.on.Hazard.Identification . 71
Worksite.Hazard.Identification 72
Ranking.Hazards .73
Hazard.and.Cost.Avoidance 74
Hazard.Control 76
Techniques.of.Hazard.Control 76
Job.Safety.Assessment 76
Controls 76
Accident.Reporting .77
Incident.Reporting.Procedures . 78
Training 78
Program.Audits 79x Contents
Summary .79
References .79
Chapter 5 Accountability.and.Responsibility 81
Introduction . 81
The.Safety.and.Health.Professional 81
The.Line.Supervisor 82
Using.the.Supervisor.Evaluation.Form .84
The.Worker 84
References .86
Chapter 6 Motivating.Safety.and.Health .87
Introduction .87
Planning.the.Motivational.Approach 87
Supervisors 89
Self-Motivated.Workers 90
Changing.Behavior 91
Behavior-Based.Safety 92
Identifying.Critical.Behaviors 93
Gathering.Data .94
Two-Way.Feedback .94
Continuous.Improvement .94
Factors.Affecting.Motivation 96
Safety.Culture .99
Defining.Safety.Culture 99
Developing.or.Changing.a.Safety.Culture 99
Describing.a.Safety.Culture .99
Positive.Safety.Culture . 101
Trying.to.Improve.Safety.on.a.Continuous.Basis . 102
Assessing.Safety.Culture 102
Summary 103
Visual.Motivators 103
Nonfinancial.Incentives . 103
Summary . 104
References . 106
Chapter 7 Accident/Incident.Analysis . 109
Introduction . 109
Breakdown.of.Causes 109
Direct.Cause . 110
Indirect.Causes . 111
Basic.Causes . 111
Cause.Breakdown.Review 113Contents xi
Mishap.Probability 113
Summary . 113
References . 117
Chapter 8 Root.Cause.Analysis . 119
Introduction . 119
Phase.I:.Data.Collection 121
Phase.II:.Assessment . 122
Root.Cause.Analysis.Methods 123
Phase.III:.Corrective.Actions 126
Phase.IV:.Inform . 127
Phase.V:.Follow-Up . 130
Summary . 130
References . 131
Chapter 9 Causal.Factor.Analysis 133
Introduction . 133
Definition . 133
Determining.Causal.Factors 134
Direct.Causes 134
Contributing.Causes . 135
Root.(Basic).Causes 135
Event.Factor.Chains.(Charting).and.Explanation . 135
Events . 135
Conditions . 136
Contributing.Factors . 136
Secondary.Event . 136
Benefits.of.Events.and.Causal.Factors.Charting . 137
Using.Causal.Factor.Analysis.(Event Factor.Chains.or.Charting) .137
Constructing.the.Chart . 137
Charting.Symbols . 138
Causal.Factor.Worksheets . 142
Summary . 143
References . 143
Chapter 10 Change.Analysis 145
Introduction . 145
When.to.Use.Change.Analysis 145
How.to.Use.Change.Analysis 145
Structuring.the.Analysis 147
Summary . 150
References . 151xii Contents
Chapter 11 Barrier.Analysis 153
Introduction . 153
Physical.Barrier.Analysis 156
Explanation.of.PBA 158
Human.Barrier.Analysis . 158
Information . 160
Tools.or.Equipment 162
Knowledge 162
Capacity 162
Incentive . 163
Summary 164
Performing.the.Human.Barrier.Analysis . 164
Wrap-Up.of.Preliminary.Data.Analysis 165
Interpretation.of.PBA.and.HBA 171
References . 172
Chapter 12 Job.Safety/Hazard.Analysis 173
Introduction . 173
Performing.a.JSA/JHA . 174
Four.Basic.Steps.of.a.JSA/JHA . 174
Selecting.a.Job.to.Analyze 175
Accident.Frequency 175
Accident.Severity 175
Judgment.and.Experience . 175
New.Jobs,.Nonroutine.Jobs,.or.Job.Changes 175
Routine.Jobs . 175
The.Job.Safety/Hazard.Analysis.Worksheet . 176
Separating.the.Job.into.Its.Basic.Steps 176
Sequence.of.Basic.Job.Steps . 176
Identifying.the.Hazards.Associated.with.Each.Job.Step 178
Struck-Against.Type.of.Accidents 178
Struck-By.Type.of.Accidents 179
Contact-With.and.Contact-By.Types.of.Accidents . 179
Caught-In,.Caught-On,.and.Caught-Between.Types.of.
Accidents 179
Fall-to-Same-Level.and.Fall-to-Below.Types.of.Accidents . 180
Overexertion.and.Exposure.Types.of.Accidents 180
Consider.Human.Problems.in.the.JSA/JHA.Process 180
Eliminating.or.Controlling.the.Hazards . 180
Change.Job.Procedures . 181
Change.the.Frequency.of.Performing.the.Job . 181
Personal.Protective.Equipment . 182
Summary . 182
References . 186Contents xiii
Chapter 13 Safe.Operating.Procedures.(SOPs) 187
Introduction . 187
Components.of.an.SOP . 188
Guidelines.for.Writing.an.SOP . 190
How.SOPs.Work 196
Summary . 197
References . 198
Chapter 14 Job.Safety.Observation 199
Introduction . 199
Purpose.of.Job.Safety.Observation .200
Types.of.Job.Safety.Observations .200
Incidental.Safety.Observations .200
Planned.Safety.Observations 200
Selecting.a.Job.or.Task.for.a.Planned.Job.Safety.Observation .200
Selection.Based.on.Jobs 201
Selection.Based.on.Individual.Needs .202
Experienced.Employees .202
Inexperienced.Employees .202
Preparing.for.a.Planned.Safety.Observation .202
Checklist.of.Activities.to.Observe 204
Unsafe.Procedures .206
The.Observation 207
After.the.Observation 208
Dealing.with.Unsafe.Behaviors.or.Poor.Performance 208
Summary . 210
References . 211
Chapter 15 Safety.and.Health.Audits 213
Introduction . 213
The.Need.for.an.Audit . 213
When.to.Audit . 214
What.to.Audit 215
Types.of.Audit.Instruments . 215
Develop.and.Evaluate.Audit.Scores 218
Qualifications.of.Auditors . 221
Summary . 221
References .224
Chapter 16 Fleet.Safety.Program .225
Introduction .225
Written.Fleet.Safety.Program .225
Vehicle/Equipment.Maintenance 226xiv Contents
Regulations.and.Motor.Vehicles .226
Other.Agency.Overview .226
Federal.Highway.Administration.(FHWA) 227
Federal.Motor.Carrier.Safety.Administration.(FMSCA) .227
Drivers .227
Driver.Illnesses.and.Injuries .228
Common.Driver.Injuries 228
Events.or.Exposures.Leading.to.Trucker.Injury 228
Operator.Recruitment.and.Selection .228
Records.to.Maintain 230
Operator.Training 232
Company.Operator’s.Manual 233
Pre-Operation.Inspection 234
Driving.Tasks 235
Safe.Driving.Recognition 236
Planning.Schedules,.Loads,.and.Routes 236
Preventing.Accidents .236
References . 237
Chapter 17 Preventive.Maintenance.Programs 239
Introduction . 239
Components.of.a.PMP .240
Preventive.Maintenance 240
Management’s.Role .240
The.Preventive.Maintenance.Program.(PMP) 243
Operators’.Inspections 243
Brake.Safety .244
Tire.Safety 244
Wheel.Assembly.Safety .244
Steering.System.Safety .244
Trailer.Hitch.Safety 245
Hitch.and.Axle.Safety 245
Driving.Light.Safety .245
Load.Safety .245
Load.Securing.Safety .246
Maintenance 246
Management.Responsibility 246
Summary .247
References .247
Chapter 18 Special.Emphasis.Programs 249
Introduction .249
Ladder.Safety.Program .249
Management’s.Commitment 249Contents xv
Hazard.Identification 249
Control.and.Prevention .250
Training 252
Incentives . 253
Summary .254
References .254
Chapter 19 Using.Safety.and.Health.Consultants 255
Introduction . 255
Need.for.a.Consultant 255
Conducting.the.Interview 256
Scope.of.Work .258
Final.Hiring.Steps .259
Summary .260
References .260
Chapter 20 Safety.and.Health.Training . 261
Introduction . 261
When.to.Train .262
Training.New.Hires .262
Training.Supervisors .263
Training.Employees 264
Documenting.Safety.and.Health.Training 265
After.the.Training .265
Safety.Talks .265
Safety.Talks.and.Meetings 266
OSHA.Training.Requirements 267
OSHA.Training.Guidelines .268
Legal.Aspect.of.Training 269
OSHA.Training.Model 269
Determining.if.Training.Is.Needed 269
Identifying.Training.Needs 270
Identifying.Goals.and.Objectives . 272
Developing.Learning.Activities . 272
Conducting.the.Training . 273
Evaluating.Program.Effectiveness . 274
Improving.the.Program 275
Matching.Training.to.Employees 276
Identifying.Employees.at.Risk 276
Training.Employees.at.Risk 277
Summary .277
References . 278xvi Contents
Chapter 21 Analyzing.Accident.Data 279
Introduction . 279
OSHA.Recordkeeping . 279
Company.Records .280
Important.Ancillary.Data.Needed.for.More.Complete.Analysis 280
Health.and.Safety.Statistics.Data . 281
Statistical.Analysis.for.Comparisons 283
Workers’.Compensation 284
Cost.of.Accidents 285
Summary .287
References .287
Chapter 22 Prevention.and.OSHA.Regulations .289
Introduction .289
Federal.Laws .289
OSHAct 289
Content.of.the.OSHAct 290
Regulation.Process 290
Federal.Register .292
Purpose.of.OSHA .292
Code.of.Federal.Regulations .292
CFR.Numbering.System .295
29 CFR 1910.110 (b)(13)(ii)(b)(7)(iii) .295
29 CFR 1910.110 (b)(13)(ii)(b)(7)(iii) .296
29 CFR 1910.110 (b)(13)(ii)(b)(7)(iii) .296
29 CFR 1910.110 (b)(13)(ii)(b)(7)(iii) .296
OSHA.Standards.Covered .296
Copies.of.the.OSHA.Standards .297
Relief.(Variance).from.an.OSHA.Standard 297
OSHAct.Protects .298
Role.of.the.National.Institute.for.Occupational.Safety.and.
Health.(NIOSH) 298
Role.of.the.Occupational.Safety.and.Health.Review.
Commission.(OSHRC) 298
Employers.Are.Responsible.for.Workers’.Safety.and.Health .298
Workers’.Rights . 301
Workers’.Responsibilities.under.the.Law 303
The.Right.Not.to.Be.Discriminated.against 303
The.Right.to.Know 303
Environmental.Monitoring.Results .304
Personal.Protective.Clothing .304
OSHA.Inspections .304
OSHA.Receives.a.Complaint 305
Citations .305Contents xvii
Types.of.Violations 306
Challenging.Citations,.Penalties,.and.Other.Enforcement.
Measures .306
Workers.Get.the.Results.of.an.Inspection .306
Determining.Penalties .307
State.Programs 307
Workers’.Training .307
Occupational.Injuries.and.Illnesses 308
Medical.and.Exposure.Records .308
Posting .309
What.to.Do.When.OSHA.Comes.Knocking 311
Inspection.Process 311
Mitigating.the.Damage . 312
Closing.Conference 312
After.the.Inspector.Leaves . 313
Make.the.Inspection.a.Positive.Experience 313
Summary . 314
References . 314
Chapter 23 Health.Hazard.Prevention . 315
Introduction . 315
Asbestos 316
Back.Injuries . 319
Bloodborne.Pathogens . 322
Carcinogens . 325
Cold.Stress . 331
Ergonomics 335
Hazardous.Chemicals 337
Hazardous.Waste . 339
Heat.Stress . 341
Ionizing.Radiation . 347
Lasers 348
Lead . 353
Noise-Induced.Hearing.Loss . 354
Nonionizing.Radiation 360
Vibration 362
Workplace.Stress . 362
References .364
Chapter 24 Controls.and.Personal.Protective.Equipment 365
Introduction .365
Controlling.Hazards 366
Engineering.Controls 366
Awareness.Devices .366xviii Contents
Work.Practices 367
Administrative.Controls . 367
Management.Controls .368
Personal.Protective.Equipment .368
Establishing.a.PPE.Program . 370
Hazard.Assessment . 371
Eye.and.Face.Protection 371
Head.Protection . 378
Foot.and.Leg.Protection 380
Hand.and.Arm.Protection . 382
Metal.Mesh,.Leather,.or.Canvas.Gloves 382
Fabric.and.Coated.Fabric.Gloves . 383
Chemical-.and.Liquid-Resistant.Gloves . 383
Body.Protection . 385
Protective.Clothing.Applications .386
Selection.of.Protective.Clothing .386
Ensemble.Selection.Factors 388
Classification.of.Protective.Clothing 388
Hearing.Protection 388
Respiratory.Protection .392
Basic.Respiratory.Protection.Safety.Procedures 394
Respirator.User.Policies . 395
Selection.of.Respirators 395
Identification.of.Filters.and.Cartridges 397
Respirator.Filter.and.Canister.Replacement . 398
Filter.and.Cartridge.Change.Schedule . 398
Respiratory.Protection.Schedule.by.Job.and.Working.
Condition 399
Physical.and.Medical.Qualifications 399
Additional.Medical.Evaluations .400
Respirator.Fit.Testing . 401
Types.of.Fit.Tests 401
Respirator.Operation.and.Use 402
Continuing.Effectiveness.of.Respirators 402
Procedures.for.IDLH.Atmospheres 403
Cleaning.and.Disinfecting 403
Respirator.Inspection 404
Respirator.Storage 404
Respirator.Repairs 405
Summary .405
References .406
Chapter 25 Safety.Hazards 407
Introduction .407
Abrasive.Blasting.(29.CFR.1910.94.and.1910.244) .407Contents xix
Abrasive.Wheel.Equipment/Grinders.(29 CFR 1910.212,.
1910.215,.and.1910.243) .407
Air.Receivers.(29.CFR.1910.169) 408
Aisles.and.Passageways.(29.CFR.1910.17,.1910.22,.and.1910.176) 409
Belt.Sanding.Machines.(29.CFR.1910.213) 409
Chains,.Cables,.Ropes,.and.Hooks.(29.CFR.1910.179.and.
1910.180) 409
Compressors.and.Compressed.Air.(29.CFR.1910.242) .409
Compressed.Gas.Cylinders.(29.CFR.1910.101.and.1910.253) 411
Compressed.Gases.(29.CFR.1910.101,.1910.102,.1910.103,.
1910.104,.1910.106,.and.1910.253) . 411
Confined.Spaces.(29.CFR.1910.146) . 413
Containers.and.Portable.Tank.Storage.(29.CFR.1910.106) . 414
Control.of.Hazardous.Energy.Sources.[Lockout/Tagout].
(29 CFR.1910.147) . 415
Crane,.Derrick,.and.Hoist.Safety.(29 CFR 1910.179,.1910.180,.
and.1910.181) . 417
Dip.Tanks.Containing.Flammable.or.Combustible.Liquid.
(29 CFR.1910.108) . 418
Dockboards.(29.CFR.1910.30) 419
Drinking.Water.(29.CFR.1910.141) . 419
Electrical.(29.CFR.1910.303,.1910.304,.1910.305,.1910.331,.
and 1910.333) . 419
Elevated.Surfaces.(29.CFR.1910.23) . 422
Emergency.Action.Plans.(29.CFR.1910.38) 422
Exit.Doors.(29.CFR.1910.36) 424
Exits.and.Exit.Routes.(29.CFR.1910.36) .424
Requirements.for.Exits . 425
Safety.Features.for.Exit.Routes 426
Design.and.Construction.Requirements . 426
Explosives.and.Blasting.Agents.(29.CFR.1910.109) . 427
Fan.Blades.(29.CFR.1910.212) 427
Fall.Protection.(29.CFR.1910.23.and.1910.66.Appendix.I) 427
Personal.Fall.Arresting.System 430
Fire.Protection.(29.CFR.1910.157) 430
Flammable.and.Combustible.Liquids.(29.CFR.1910.106) 433
Flammable.and.Combustible.Materials 434
Floors.[General.Conditions].(29.CFR.1910.22.and.1920.23) 434
Forklift.Trucks.[Powered Industrial Trucks].(29.CFR.1910.178) 435
Fueling.(29.CFR.1910.178,.1910.180,.and.1910.181) 436
Hand.Tools.(29.CFR.1910.242) . 436
Hoist.and.Auxiliary.Equipment.(29.CFR.1910.179) . 437
Housekeeping.(29.CFR.1910.22) . 438
Hydraulic.Power.Tools.(29.CFR.1910.217) . 438
Jacks.(29.CFR.1910.244) . 438
Ladders,.Fixed.(29.CFR.1910.27) . 439xx Contents
Ladders,.Portable.(29.CFR.1910.25.and.1910.26) . 441
Lunch.Rooms.(29.CFR.1910.141) 444
Machine.Guarding.(29.CFR.1910.212.and.1910.219) 444
Machinery,.Fixed.(29.CFR.1910.212) .445
Material.Handling.(29.CFR.1910.176) 445
Mechanical.Power.Presses.(29.CFR.1910.217) .446
Motor.Vehicle.Safety .447
Pneumatic.Tools.(29.CFR.1910.243) .447
Portable.(Power.Operated).Tools.and.Equipment.
(29 CFR 1910.243) .447
Powder-Actuated.Tools.(29.CFR.1910.243) 450
Powered.Platforms.for Building Maintenance.(29.CFR.1910.66) 452
Power.Transmission.Equipment Guarding.(29.CFR.1910.219) . 452
Pressure.Vessels.(29.CFR.1910.106,.1910.216,.and.1910.217) 453
Railings.(29.CFR.1910.23) 455
Saws,.Portable.Circular.(29.CFR.1910.243) 456
Scaffolds.(29.CFR.1910.28) 456
Skylights.(29.CFR.1910.23) 457
Spray-Finishing.Operations.(29.CFR.1910.107) . 457
Stairs,.Fixed.Industrial.(29.CFR.1910.23.and.1910.24) 458
Storage.(29.CFR.1910.176) 459
Tanks,.Open-Surface.(29.CFR.1910.94) . 459
Tire.Inflation 460
Toeboards.(29.CFR.1910.23) .460
Toilets.(29.CFR.1910.141) 460
Transporting.Employees.and.Materials 461
Walking/Working.Surfaces.(29.CFR.1910.21.and.1910.22) .462
Welding,.Cutting,.and.Brazing.(29.CFR.1910.251,.1910.252,.
1910.253,.1910.254,.and.1910.255) 462
Woodworking.Machinery.(29.CFR.1910.213) 463
Workplace.Violence 465
Summary .468
References .468
Chapter 26 Conclusion .469
Overview .469
Appendix A: Written Safety and Health Program 475
Management’s.Commitment . 475
Assigning.Responsibility . 475
Safety.and.Health.Policy.Statement 475
Example.of.Statement.for.All.Employees 475
Company.Safety.Goals.and.Objectives . 476
Safety.Enforcement.Policy 476
Management.Officials 477Contents xxi
Supervisors . 477
Employees . 478
Competent/Qualified.Persons 478
Jobsite.Safety.Inspections . 479
Accident.Investigation . 479
Safety.and.Health.Committee .480
Objectives.of.Labor/Management.Safety.and.Health.
Committee 481
Functions.of.Labor/Management.Safety.and.Health.Committee 481
Monthly.Project.or.Production.Safety.Meeting 481
New-Hire.Safety.Orientation 482
Supervisor.Training .482
Safety.Bulletin.Board 483
Safety.Talks .483
OSHA.Records 484
Medical/Exposure.Records .484
Training.Records .484
First.Aid.Supplies 485
Medical.Services .485
Jobsite.First.Aid.Log .485
Emergency.Procedures 486
Fire 486
Evacuation 486
Summary .486
Appendix B: Accident Investigation Forms (Revised) .487
Appendix C: Causal Analysis Worksheets . 525
Appendix D: OSHA Safety and Health Training Requirements . 535
General.Industry.Training Requirements.(29.CFR.Part.1910) . 535
Subpart.E. —.Means.of.Egress . 535
Subpart.F. —.Powered.Platforms,.Manlifts,.and.
Vehicle-Mounted.Work.Platforms 535
Subpart.G.—.Occupational.Health.and.Environmental.Controls 535
Subpart.H.—.Hazardous.Materials 535
Subpart.I. —.Personal.Protective.Equipment 536
Subpart.J. —.General.Environmental.Controls . 536
Subpart.K.—.Medical.Services.and.First.Aid . 536
Subpart.L. —.Fire.Protection . 536
Subpart.N.—.Materials.Handling.and.Storage 536
Subpart.O.—.Machinery.and.Machine.Guarding . 536
Subpart.Q.—.Welding,.Cutting,.and.Brazing 537
Subpart.R.—.Special.Industries 537
Subpart.S. —.Electrical.Safety-Related.Work.Practices 537
Subpart.T. —.Commercial.Diving.Operations . 537
Subpart.Z. —.Toxic.Substance . 537xxii Contents
Shipyard.Employment.Training Requirements.(29.CFR.Part.1915) 538
Subpart.A.—.General.Provisions . 538
Subpart.B.—.Explosive.and.Other.Dangerous.Atmospheres 538
Subpart.C.—.Surface.Preparation.and.Preservation . 539
Subpart.D.—.Welding,.Cutting,.and.Heating 539
Subpart.E. —.Scaffolds,.Ladders,.and.Other.Working.Surfaces 539
Subpart.F. —.General.Working.Conditions . 539
Subpart.G.—.Gear.and.Equipment.for.Rigging.and.
Materials Handling . 539
Subpart.H.—.Tools.and.Related.Equipment 539
Subpart.I. —.Personal.Protective.Equipment 539
Subpart.K.—.Portable,.Unfired.Pressure.Vessels,.
Drums, and.Containers,.Other.than.Ships’.Equipment 539
Subpart.Z. —.Toxic.and.Hazardous.Substances 540
Marine.Terminal.Training.Requirements.(29.CFR.Part.1917) .540
Subpart.A.—.Scope.and.Definitions 540
Subpart.B.—.Marine.Terminal.Operations .540
Subpart.C.—.Cargo.Handling.Gear.and.Equipment .540
Subpart.D.—.Specialized.Terminals . 541
Longshoring.Training.Requirements.(29.CFR.Part.1918) 541
Subpart.A.—.Scope.and.Definitions 541
Subpart.H.—.Handling.Cargo . 541
Subpart.I. —.General.Working.Conditions . 541
Construction.Industry.Training Requirements.(29.CFR.Part.1926) 541
Subpart.C.—.General.Safety.and.Health.Provisions . 541
Subpart.D.—.Occupational.Health.and.Environmental.Controls 541
Subpart.E. —.Personal.Protective.and.Life.Saving.Equipment 542
Subpart.I. —.Tools—Hand.and.Power 542
Subpart.J. —.Welding.and.Cutting 542
Subpart.K.—.Electrical 542
Subpart.L. —.Scaffolding . 542
Subpart.M.—.Fall.Protection . 542
Subpart.N.—.Cranes,.Derricks,.Hoists,.Elevators,.
and.Conveyors 542
Subpart.O.—.Motor.Vehicles,.Mechanized Equipment,.and.
Marine.Operations 542
Subpart.P. —.Excavations 543
Subpart.Q.—.Concrete.and.Masonry.Construction . 543
Subpart.R.—.Steel.Erection . 543
Subpart.S. —.Underground.Construction,.Caissons,.
Cofferdams,.and.Compressed.Air 543
Subpart.T. —.Demolition . 543
Subpart.U.—.Blasting.and.Use.of.Explosives 543
Subpart.V.—.Power.Transmission.and.Distribution 543
Subpart.X.—.Stairways.and.Ladders . 543Contents xxiii
Subpart.Y.—.Diving 544
Subpart.Z. —.Toxic.and.Hazardous.Substances—1926.1076 544
Agriculture.Training.Requirements.(29.CFR.1938) .544
Subpart.B.—.Applicability.of.Standards .544
Subpart.C.—.Roll-Over.Protective.Structures 544
Subpart.D.—.Safety.for.Agricultural.Equipment 544
Subpart.M.—.Occupational.Health 544
Federal.Employee.Training Requirements.(29.CFR.Part.1960) .544
Subpart.B.—.Financial.Management 544
Subpart.D.—.Inspection.and.Abatement . 545
Subpart.E. —.General.Services.Administration.and.
Other Federal.Agencies 545
Subpart.F. —.Occupational.Safety.and.Health.Committees . 545
Subpart.H.—.Training . 545
Subpart.K.—.Federal.Safety.and.Health.Councils 545
Appendix E: OSHA Regional Offices and State Plan Offices 547
OSHA.Regional.Offices 547
State.Plan.Offices 548
Appendix F: Sample Glove Selection Charts . 555
Appendix G: Occupational Safety and Health Resources and
Information Sources . 561
Books.and.Documents . 561
Accident.Hazard.Analysis 561
Accident.Investigation 561
Accident.Prevention 561
Construction.Safety.and.Health 561
Consultants . 562
Environmental 562
Ergonomics . 562
Fleet.Safety . 563
Hazard.Identification 563
Health.Hazards . 563
Industrial.Hygiene 563
Job.Hazard.Analysis . 563
Job.Safety.Observation .564
Office.Safety.and.Health 564
OSHA.Compliance .564
Psychology.of.Safety 564
Regulations .565
Safety.Hazards 565
Safety.and.Health.Hazards .565
Safety.and.Health.Management .565
Service.Industry.Safety.and.Health 566
System.Safety .566xxiv Contents
Training 566
Workplace.Violence 567
Professional.Organizations.and.Agencies . 567
Health.and.Environmental.Assistance . 567
Safety.and.Engineering.Consensus.Standards . 567
Professional.Safety.Organizations 568
Specialty.Associations.(with.Specific.Expertise) .568
Federal.Government.Sources 570
Electronic.Sources.(Internet) 572
Government 573
Associations.and.Societies . 574
Index . 577


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