Subpart D-hazardous communication

Subpart D-hazardous communication - Subpart D Occupational...

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Subpart D – Occupational Health and Environmental Controls 1926.50-62
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Most Frequently Cited Violations Construction (Serious)-FY 1998 55(a) 62(d)(1)(I) Lead:exposure assessment 55(b) 62(d)(2)(v)(E)Employee exposure assessment: Biological monitoring 59(e)(1) Hazard Communication: Written program 62(d)(2)(v)(B) Employee exposure assessment:Appropriate PPE
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Most Frequently Cited Violations Construction (Serious)-FY 2002 62(d)(1)(I) Lead:exposure assessment 50© First aid training 55(a) 62(d)(2)(v)(A)Lead: Interim respiratory problem 62(d)(2)(v)(C)Lead: Interim change area 62(d)(2)(v)(E)Lead:Interim training
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Subpart D Sections 1926.50 Medical services and first aid 1926.51 Sanitation 1926.52 Occupational noise exposure 1926.53 Ionizing radiation 1926.54 Non-ionizing radiation 1926.55 Gases, vapors, fumes, and dust 1926.56 Illumination 1926.57 Ventilation 1926.58 (Reserved) 1926.59 Hazard communications 1926.60 Methylenedianiline
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Subpart D Sections 1926.61 Retention of DOT markings 1926.62 Lead 1926.64 Process Safety Management 1926.65 Hazardous waste operations and emergency response » Also known as HAZWOPER 1926.66 Criteria for design and construction of spray booths
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1926.50 First aid training program 1926.23 requires that companies provide for medical services and first aid Have at least one person trained in CPR and EMT per job First aid kits Well stocked(Bigger is better) Restock after use Appropriate PPE available Emergency telephone numbers Keep all employees informed
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1926.51. Contractors shall have adequate sanitation facilities available for all sexes 1926.52 Sets forth prescribed noise exposure levels for construction activities Basic requirements for this standard Monitoring Engineering controls PPE Education record keeping Program evaluation
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Sound Level Values Permissible noise exposure 8 hrs. per day 90 dBA Power saw 6 hrs. per day 92 dBA 4 hrs. per day 95 dBA 3 hrs. per day 97 dBA 2 hrs. per day 100 dBA Grinding operations 1.5 hrs. per day 102 dBA 1 hrs. per day 105 dBA .5 hrs. per day 110 dBA .25 hrs. per day 115 dBA Impact wrench
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1926.53 Sets forth prescribed radiation exposure levels for construction activities Must track maximum REMS per calendar quarter via individual monitoring Must post appropriate signage Must institute appropriate evacuation warning signals Must be advised of hazards and operating procedures Must report any incident over a certain REM count within 24 hrs. and follow up with a written report within 30 days
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1926.54 Laser systems Qualified and trained personnel only
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