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NTIS PB91231613 - SELECTED OCCUPATIONAL FATALITIES RELATED TO VEHICLE-MOUNTED ELEVATING AND ROTATING WORK PLATFORMS AS FOUND IN REPORTS OF OSHA FATALITY/CATASTROPHE INVESTIGATIONS Organization: NTIS
SAIA A92.10 - TRANSPORT PLATFORMS Organization: SAIA
Date: 2009-10-13
Description: The authoiized persons shall have the necessary knowledge or experience or shall have received training prior to being on the Transport Platform. As a minimum, the training for Transport Platforms shall be the same as training requirements for scaffolds as set out in OSHA-CFR Subpart L, Scaffolds -1926.454 -Training Requirements.'
DOL - FED OSHA 3100 - CRANE OR DERRICK SUSPENDED PERSONNEL PLATFORMS Organization: DOL
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: Introduction This booklet highlights selected OSHA requirements for hoisting personnel by crane or derrick in the construction industry, prescribes the measures employers must take to bring their work operations into compliance, and describes safe work practices for employees. It is not a substitute for OSHA standards. OSHA standards for hoisting personnel are written in performance-oriented language that allow employers flexibility in deciding how to best protect employees from the hazards of hoisting operations and how to comply with the standards.
NASA-LLIS-0171 - LESSONS LEARNED - TAIL SERVICE MAST (TSM). Organization: NASA
Date: 1992-10-22
Description: Description of Driving Event: OSHA requirements for handrails, kickplate, and ladders are not met. Platforms inside the tail service mast (TSM) do not have handrails to prevent personnel from falling from platforms.
PIP STF05501 - FIXED LADDERS AND CAGES FABRICATION DETAILS - TECHNICAL CORRECTION: 1/2017 Organization: PIP
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: This Practice describes requirements and provides details for fabricating typical OSHA-regulated fixed ladders and cages for open structures, miscellaneous platforms, and vessels for regular operational access and egress.
PIP STE05501 - FIXED LADDERS AND CAGES DESIGN GUIDE - TECHNICAL CORRECTION: 1/2017 Organization: PIP
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: This Practice provides design guidelines for typical OSHA-regulated fixed ladders and cages as specified and detailed for fabrication in PIP STF05501 for open structures, miscellaneous platforms, and vessels for regular operational access and egress.
AIR FORCE - AF 127-7 - SCAFFOLDING Organization: AIR FORCE
Date: 1977-10-01
Description: In the event an Air force organization must construct a wood scaffold, the design and material specifications contained in OSHA Standard 1910.28 will be followed. This standard does not apply to manually propelled mobile ladder stands, mobile work platforms, or mobile towers.
API IRE C12 - GUIDE FOR INSPECTION OF REFINERY EQUIPMENT CHAPTER XII FOUNDATIONS, STRUCTURES, AND BUILDINGS - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1975-01-01
Description: This chapter is not intended to encompass requirements imposed by such regulatory agencies as OSHA*. Structural details pictured or described herein may not be in full accordance with such requirements.
PIP STF05511 - FIXED INDUSTRIAL STAIRS - TECHNICAL CORRECTION: 01/2017 Organization: PIP
Date: 2002-04-01
Description: Comment: As of the effective date of January 17, 2017, this Practice is no longer fully compliant with new OSHA Regulations 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D – Walking-Working Surfaces that were published on November 18, 2016.
API TR 755-1 - TECHNICAL SUPPORT DOCUMENT FOR ANSI/API RP 755, FATIGUE RISK MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS FOR PERSONNEL IN THE REFINING AND PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRIES Organization: API
Date: 2010-04-01
Description: This recommended practice was developed for refineries, petrochemical and chemical operations, natural gas liquefaction plants, and other facilities such as those covered by the OSHA Process Safety Management Standard, 29 CFR 1910.119 RP 755 was specifically developed for US facilities operating under the OSHA Process Safety Management Standard.
NASA GPR 8719.1 - CERTIFICATION AND RECERTIFICATION OF LIFTING DEVICES AND EQUIPMENT Organization: NASA
Date: 2005-10-27
Description: This directive is not a substitute for applicable Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements. OSHA requirements apply to all GSFC lifting operations APPLICABILITY This directive is applicable to all operations associated with LDE and MPJ at Greenbelt, Wallops Flight Facility (WFF), and other areas under GSFC cognizance unless specifically excluded by this directive or by the RECERT Manager.
ASTM E935 - STANDARD TEST METHODS FOR PERFORMANCE OF PERMANENT METAL RAILING SYSTEMS AND RAILS FOR BUILDINGS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-04-01
Description: These test methods can be used to determine whether permanent metal railing systems and rails,2 including components, comply with requirements of the applicable performance specifications, such as building codes, or performance standards such as those described in Specification E985, ANSI/ASSE A1264.1, and OSHA 1910.23. Specifically, these test methods cover procedures for determining the static strength of metal railing systems, rails and components as structural elements when installed and fastened to concrete, masonry, wood, and metal, as well as related products.

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