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AIR FORCE - AF 127-7 - SCAFFOLDING
Organization: AIR FORCE
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.
CTI ESG-121 - CONSTRUCTION SAFETY & HEALTH GUIDELINES
Description: The information provided is based on OSHA federal requirements. This document serves as a guideline only. Each cooling tower owner or cooling tower contractor is responsible for ensuring the safety and health of the employees on the job sites, not CTI.
ASCE 52-10 - DESIGN OF FIBERGLASS- REINFORCED PLASTIC (FRP) STACKS
Description: The Standard outlines the considerations which must be made for both the mechanical and structural design; emphasizes what consideration must be taken for wind and seismic-induced vibrations; gives guidelines for the ultraviolet protection, selection of materials, linings, and coatings; states the requirements for lighting and lightning protection based upon existing building and federal codes; gives the requirements for climbing and access based upon current Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards; emphasizes the important areas regarding fabrication and construction; and outlines areas requiring maintenance and inspection following initial operation.
ASTM E935 - STANDARD TEST METHODS FOR PERFORMANCE OF PERMANENT METAL RAILING SYSTEMS AND RAILS FOR BUILDINGS
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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