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PPE (Construction)
National Summary

OSHA's construction standards for personal protective equipment (PPE) are, in some cases, more detailed than the general industry rules, and in other cases, less detailed, depending on the part of the body protected. The construction standard for respiratory PPE (29 CFR 1926.103) is identical to the general industry standard. Other standards, such as lifelines, safety belts, lanyards, and safety nets, only appear in the construction standard. References to ANSI standards in the construction rules generally reference older versions of the ANSI standards than the corresponding general industry references.


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Violations 2009 Violation Summary for PPE and Lifesaving Equipment - Construction  National
Violations 2011 Violation Summary for Personal Protective and Life Saving Equipment - Construction  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.100 Head protection  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.101 Hearing protection  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.102 Eye and face protection  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.103 Respiratory protection.  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.106 Working over or near water  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.28 Personal protective equipment  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.95 Criteria for personal protective equipment  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.96 Occupational foot protection  National
Questions & Answers Are seat belts required on a general utility vehicle without ROPS? 10/19/2010National
Interpretations Citations for the wearing of short pants by employees engaged in hot tar and asphalt construction work. 04/17/1997National
Interpretations Determining the need for hard hat and eye protection on construction sites.[1926.100; 1926.100(a); 1926.102(a); 1926.95; 1926.95(a); 1926.28(a); 1926.102(a)(1)] 11/17/2004National
Interpretations Hard hats are not required where there is no exposure to head injuries.[1926.100; 1926.100(a)] 02/20/2004National
Interpretations Life jacket/buoyant work vest requirements for employees working over water <2 feet deep; requirements for lifesaving skiffs.[1926.106(a); 1926.106(d)] 08/23/2004National
Interpretations Mushroom Style Plastic Rebar Covers Used For Impalement Protection. 05/29/1997National
Regulatory Analysis PPE (Construction)  National
Interpretations Requirement to use seat belts during the operation of earthmoving equipment.[1926; 1926.602; 1926.602(a); 1926.602(a)(1); 1926.602(a)(2); 1926.602(a)(2)(i); 1926.602(a)(2)(ii); 1926.28(a)] 12/15/2003National
Interpretations Requirement to use U.S. Coast Guard-approved life jackets for workers performing construction work over or near water does not specify type or classification.[1926.106; 1926.106(a)] 04/02/2004National
Interpretations ROPs/seatbelts for roller compactors; lockout/tagout in construction. 03/16/1998National
Talks Suited for Safety (Word)  National
Interpretations Use of gloves by masons.[1926.95; 1926.95(a)] 02/02/2010National
Questions & Answers What is the PPE for applying protective grounds on electrical conductors or other electrical equipment? 10/06/2010National
Interpretations Whether construction workers while inside crane cabs or enclosed break areas on barges are required to wear life jackets. [1926.0106 ; 1926.106(a)] 06/19/2006National
Interpretations Whether employees who are verifying that an electrical system is de-energized or are turning off circuit breakers are required to use personal protective equipment. 02/29/2008National
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