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6-4; 18-21; Q-35Mechanical Demolition............................................................................................................23-1, -8; Q-35Medical....................................................................................................................................................3-1Facilities..............................................................................1-20, 3-1–3; 5-20; 6-7, -21; 30-9; 33-4Examinations..............................................1-22; 3-3; 5-20, -22; 6-19, -38–39; 16-12; 30-3, -5, -24Surveillance.....................................................6-8, -10, -19, -24, -33, -37–38,-40; 9-27; 33-2, -6–7Medically Qualified.................................................................................................................................1-21Melting Kettles..................................................................................................................................9-18–19
EM 385-1-130 Nov 14Index-14Mercury.........................................................................................................................................5-14, 10-4Methane........................................................................................................................26-8, -10–12; 30-20MILCON Transformation..........................................................................................................................1-3Minimum Lighting Requirements..................................................................................................7-3; 19-22Mishap....................................................................1-1, -17, -22; 6-19; 18-19; 21-29; 25-7; A-5; B-1; Q-35Reporting......................................................................................................1-20, 22–23; A-5; B-13Investigation.................................................................................................1-23–24; 21-4–5; A-11Monorail and Under Hung Cranes........................................................................See Cranes and DerricksMotor Vehicles............................................................1-19; 9-12; 18-1, -5, -7–8, -11–12; A-3, Q-36, Q-61Activities While Driving..............................................................................................................18-8Contractor.......................................................................................................................18-7; B-13Government-Owned..........................................................................................18-7–8; B-12; Q-60Multiple Lift Rigging...........................................................................................................15-3; 16-36; Q-36Munitions and Explosives of Concern (MEC).....................................................................1-26; 6-18; 25-2-N-National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel Inspectors.....................................................................20-1Naval Architectural Analysis (NAA)............................................................16-15, -43–45, -47–49, -51; A-7Navigation Locks..............................................................................................................5-33; 19-23; 34-1Near Miss..................................................................................................................1-22; 21-4; B-13; Q-36Nickel.........................................................................................................................................6-25; 10-4Noise Control...................................................................................................................................5-11–12Noise Hazard Areas.........................................................................................................................5-12–13Non-Certified Fall Arrest Anchorage............................................................................................21-5; Q-36Non-Ionizing radiation..................................................................................................................6-20; Q-37Nonmetallic.........................................................................................................................9-2; 26-4; 31-11Non-Sparking Tools......................................................................................................................13-1; 29-7-O-OCONUS...........................................................................................................Front Letter; 2-2; 6-28; 32-4Open Burning....................................................................................................................................B-9–10Open Hooks, Pelican.............................................................................................................................19-9Operators.......................................................1-18–19, -22; 5-12, -33; 6-20, -33; 8-8; 11-14, -30; 13-2, -6;....................................14-4; 17-5; 18-1, -7; 22-36–37; 23-8; See Also Load Handling EquipmentATVs..................................................................................................................................18-24–25Boat, Motorboat...........................................................................................5-34; 19-2, -14, -17–19PITs (forklifts, lift trucks).........................................................................................18-4, -18; 22-36Utility Vehicles (UVs).........................................................................................................18-25–27
EM 385-1-130 Nov 14Index-15Outrigger Beams.....................................................................................................................22-14–15, -17Overcurrent Protection.......................................................................................11-6–7; See Also ElectricalOverhead Guards............................................................................................................................18-5, -19Oxyfuel Gas Welding and Cutting............................................................................................10-7–8; Q-38Oxygen Cylinders........................................................................................................................10-7; 20-10Oxygen Deficient Atmosphere................................................................................6-22; 25-3; 34-10; Q-38Oxygen Enriched Atmosphere..............................................................................10-6; 30-18; 34-10; Q-38Ozone...............................................................................................................................5-25; 6-23; 10-4-P-Paint Barges.............................................................................................................................................9-7Paints................................................................2-6; 3-7; 5-15; 6-7, -25, -27, -34, 6-36–37; 8-9; 9-3, -7;..................................................................10-2, -5; 13-6; 15-14; 16-32; 19-7; 22-20; 34-10; B-13Perimeter ProtectionFloating Plant, Main Deck PP...........................................................................................19-13–16Excavations.................................................................................................................25-6–7; Q-38Permit-Required Confined Space (PRCS)..........................................................................33-3; 34-1; Q-39Entry Procedures.............................................................................................................34-2, -5–6Program.......................................................................................................................34-4, -6, -11Personal Eyewash Unit..................................................................................................................6-6; Q-39Personal Fall Protection..................................................................................................See Fall ProtectionPersonal Flotation Devices (PFD)......................................5-30–34; 16-68; 19-3, -7, -14; 21-30–31; 30-24Inflatable.....................................................................................................................5-30–31; 19-3Lights.........................................................................................................................................5-31Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)......................................................1-4, -17, -19–20; 3-3–4; 5-1–34;.........................................6-2, -6, -27–28, -31, -33, -37, -39; 10-2; 11-3, -5–6, -16–17; 13-2, -7–9;..........................15-4; 18-27; 19-22; 20-5; 21-2; 24-12, -14; 27-1,-11; 31-1–2, -14; 33-2–3, -6, -9;..............................................................34-5–7, -10–11; A-4, -11; B-1, -3; See Also Specific TypeClothing............2-7; 5-4, -20, -25–26, -28; 6-2, -6, -8, -12, -22, -27, -29, -40–41; 11-6; 13-2; 27-1Photogrey Lenses (Auto-darkening)......................................................................................................10-3Physical Qualifications..........................................................................................................1-21; 16-11–12Physician.....................................................................1-26; 2-7; 3-1–2, -5, -7–8; 5-20; 6-19, -38–39; 9-27;................................................................16-11; 30-2–3, -8, -10, -13, -24–25; 33-2, -7; B-2; Q-39Pile Driving.......................................................................................................16-21, -57–61; 19-14; 25-13PITs......................................................................................................................................See ForkliftsPlanking..............................14-3, -7; 22-5–7, -16–17, -21–25, -30, -33; 23-6–7; 24-2, -10, -12; 28-6; Q-40Plants, Poisonous...................................................................................................................6-11–12; 31-7Plasma Cutting................................................................................................................................10-5, -11Platform Ladder............................................................................................................................24-6; Q-40

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