Subpart-AB&C - OSHA Subpart A General 1926.2 (a)...

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OSHA Subpart A General
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1926.2 (a) Variances from the standards may be granted (b) To obtain a variance, a specific request must be made to OSHA
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1926.3 (a) Authorized OSHA representatives “shall have a right of entry to any site of contract performance for the following purposes: (1) to inspect or investigate for compliance with the OSHA standards
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OSHA Subpart B General Interpretation
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1926.10 (a) The regulations apply to the “construction, alteration, and/or repair, including painting and decorating, that no contractor or subcontractor contracting for any part of the contract work shall require any” worker “to work in surroundings” that are “unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous…”
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1926.13 (b) no contractor or subcontractor shall require any worker to work in surroundings which are unsanitary, hazardous, or dangerous to health or safety
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1926.13 (c) Subcontractor is any person or firm that agrees to perform any part of the labor or material requirements of a contract for construction, alteration or repair.
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1926.13 (c) A firm is a subcontractor if the contract involves furnishing of supplies or materials if the work involves the performance of construction work and satisfies the following conditions:
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1926.16 (a) Prime contractor and the subcontractors can make their own arrangements about their obligations on the jobsite, e.g. toilets, drinking water, first aid stations, etc. but, in no case is the prime contractor relieved of overall responsibility for compliance with the OSHA requirements
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1926.16 (b) The prime contractor, who contracts for full performance, assumes all obligations of the employer under the standards, whether or not any work is subcontracted
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1926.16
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course BCN 4735 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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Subpart-AB&C - OSHA Subpart A General 1926.2 (a)...

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