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Workplace Safety Reference Materials
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Emergency Planning and Response
Equipment and Process Safety
Hazardous Substances and Materials
All Hazardous Substances and Materials Topics
Corrosives and Battery Safety
Dipping and Coating
Painting and Spraying
Permissible Exposure Limits
Toxic and Hazardous Substances
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing Reference Materials
06/17/1991 - CPL 2.35 CH-17 - Changes to the Regulatory General Industry Standard Alleged Violation
10/30/1978 - STD 1-12.6 - 29 CFR 1910.218 Forging Machines
10/30/1978 - STD 1-14.1 - Replacement Welding Tips
Certification of manufactured products intended for use in the workplace.
Clarification of the OSHA reference to welding rods in a 03/21, Memorandum to Regional Administrators [1910.1200]
Conflict between requirements of 1910.252 and 1910.146
Enforcement of ventilation requirements for welding operations.[1910.252(c)]
Flashback Arrestors and Backflow Protective Equipment for Welding Operations. [1910.253]
General industry and construction standards regarding "in use" or "ready to use" and "storage" of compressed gas and oxygen cylinders for welding; §1910.253(b)(2)-1910.253(b)(4) and §1926.350(a)(10). [1910.253; 1910.253(b)(2); 1910.253(b
Hazards associated with aluminum grinding.[1915.4(r); 1915.504(b)]
Male infertility and welding engineers. [1910 Subpart H]
OSHA's General Industry standard requires damaged welding leads to be replaced and not to be repaired. [1910.254(d)(9)(iii); 1926.351(b)(2); 1926.351(b)(4)]
Permissibility of the welding of joists over 40-feet in length, while the hoisting line is kept in place, instead of field bolting.[1926.757(a)(8); 1926.757(a)(8)(i); 1926.757(a)(8)(ii); 1926.757(b)(3); 1926.757(c)(2)]
Storage of oxygen and acetylene cylinders for construction vs. general industry. [ 1910.253; 1910.253(b)(2); 1910.253(b)(3); 1910.253(b)(4); 1926.350; 1926.350(a)(10)]
Temporary storage carrier for oxygen and acetylene cylinders. [1910.253]
Training and competency for oxygen-fuel gas welding equipment use.
Use of "objective data" to accurately characterize employee exposures to hexavalent chromium during welding operations.
Use of the "Regulator Umbrella" for "in use" or "connected for use" conditions for portable compressed gas cylinders. [1910.253; 1910.253(b)(5)(ii)(B); 1910.253(b)(5)(ii)(D); 1910.253(b)(5)(ii)(I); 1926.350; 1926.350(a)(10)]
Welder electrical safety training.
Workers must be protected from hazards of heated (hot) surfaces.
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