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Steel Erection (Construction)
National Summary

OSHA's Steel Erection Standard addresses the hazards that have been identified as the major causes of injuries and fatalities in the steel erection industry. These are associated with working under loads; hoisting, landing and placing decking; column stability; double connections; landing and placing steel joints; and falls to lower levels.


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Directives 03/22/2002 - Inspection policy and procedures for OSHA?s steel erection standards for construction 07/22/2003National
Directives 07/18/2004 - CPL 02-01-040 - Enforcement Policy on column Joists (PDF) 07/18/2004National
Violations 2009 Violation Summary for Steel Erection - Construction  National
Violations 2011 Violation Summary for Steel Erection - Construction  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.750 Scope  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.751 Definitions  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.752 Site layout, site-specific erection plan and construction sequence  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.753 Hoisting and rigging  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.754 Structural steel assembly  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.755 Column anchorage  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.756 Beams and columns  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.757 Open web steel joists  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.758 Systems-engineered metal buildings  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.759 Falling object protection  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.760 Fall protection  National
Regulations 29 CFR § 1926.761 Training  National
Interpretations Acceptability of using a sleeve to anchor a column; protection from hazard of swaying columns.[1926.755(a)(1); 1926.755(a)(2)] 11/17/2004National
Notices Agency Information Collection Activities; Submission for OMB Review; Comment Request; Steel Erection Standard 08/29/2014National
Interpretations Application of steel erection standards to precast concrete and lift slab structures.[1926.750(a); 1926.750; 1926.750(b)(1); 1926.750(b)(2)] 07/02/2002National
Interpretations Clarification of "Controlling Contractor" duties under the Steel Erection Standard (1926 Subpart R)[1926.752(a); 1926.752(c); 1926.755(b)(2); 1926.759(b); 1926.760(e)] 01/30/2002National
Interpretations Clarification of steel erection joist field-bolting requirements in 29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart R.[1926.757(a)(8); 1926.757(a)(8)(i); 1926.757(a)(8)(ii); 1926.757(b)(1); 1926.757(b)(2); 1926.757(c)(2)] 08/15/2002National
Interpretations Designation of an entire floor as a controlled decking zone for steel decking work.[1926.750; 1926.750(c); 1926.750(c)(3); 1926.750(c)(5)] 12/22/2003National
Interpretations Distinction between "column" and "post" in the Safety Standards for Steel Erection, 29 CFR 1926 SubpartR. 09/17/2007National
Interpretations Enforcement of Steel Erection Subpart R.[1926.754; 1926.754(b)(3)] 05/21/2012National
Interpretations Evaluation if moving point-to-point on concrete wall to make initial connections of structural steel .. 04/05/2005National
Interpretations Evaluation of shop-installed angle iron on the top beam flange in Steel Erection.[1926.754(c)(1); 1926.754(c)(1)(i)] 12/24/2003National
Interpretations Installation of the HBS Composite Action System's continous plate prior to erection of beam poses tripping hazard.[1926.754(c)(1)(i)] 12/11/2001National
Interpretations Padded slings/wire rope during steel erection.[1926.251; 1926.251(c)(9); 1926.753; 1926.753(c)(2)] 03/31/2010National
Interpretations Permissibility of using guardrail systems other than perimeter safety cables in steel erection.[1926.760(a)(1); 1926.760(a)(2); 1926.760(a)(3)] 07/21/2003National
Interpretations Request for variance on tripping hazards for shear connectors.[1926.754(c)(1)(i)] 07/05/2001National
Interpretations Requirements for compressive-strength testing of concrete and mortar in a masonry wall during steel erection.[1926.752; 1926.752(a); 1926.752(a)(1) 08/23/2004National
Interpretations Requirements for perimeter columns and perimeter safety cables in the Steel Erection standard.[1926.756(e)(1); 1926.756(e); 1926.760(a)(2)] 08/26/2003National
Interpretations Revision of the applicability of the steel erection standard to pre-cast concrete erection work interpretation.[1926.704(e)] 08/23/2005National
Interpretations Sheer connector requirements in the steel erection standard to bridge repair/rehabilitation. 01/23/2003National
Interpretations Steel erection columns must be anchored by 4 rods and meet 300-lb strength criteria.[1926.755(a)(1); 1926.755(a)(2); 1926.752(b)] 05/27/2004National
Notices Steel Erection; Extension of the Office of Management and Budget's Approval of Information Collection Requirements 06/19/2014National
Interpretations Whether the notification required in §1926.752(a)(1) (attained concrete strength) must be given where steel will be erected on a long-existed concrete slab. [1926.752; 1926.752(a); 1926.752(a)(1)] 03/10/2006National
Interpretations Written notification of ASTM strength test for mortar in masonry piers/walls prior to steel erection.[1926.752; 1926.752(a); 1926.752(a)(1); 1926.752(b)] 05/21/2003National
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