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Federal Register Update

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Federal register update on July 28, 2010, the u.S. Department of labor’s occupational safety and health administration (OSHA) released a historic new standard, addressing the use of cranes and derricks in construction and replacing a decades-old standard. The rule becomes effective 90 days after August 9, 2010, the date the final rule was published in the federal register.

How to use this supplement:

  • This supplement is divided into subparts – each one is designated with a red bar.
  • There are four possible types of updates: add, remove, revise, and renumber.
  • The updated text is what is displayed.
  • Asterisks represent text that has not changed.
  • As subpart cc is the most important update, it comes first in this supplement.

All other sections affected by this update will follow subpart cc.

Subpart cc – Cranes and Derricks in Construction

1926.1400 Scope.
1926.1401 Definitions.
1926.1402 Ground Conditions.
1926.1403 Assembly/disassembly – Selection Of Manufacturer Or Employer Procedures.
1926.1404 Assembly/disassembly - General Requirements (applies To All Assembly And Disassembly Operations).
1926.1405 Disassembly – Additional Requirements For Dismantling Of Booms And Jibs (applies To Both The Use Of Manufacturer Procedures And Employer Procedures).
1926.1406 Assembly/disassembly – Employer Procedures – General Requirements.
1926.1407 Power Line Safety (up To 350 Kv) – Assembly And Disassembly
1926.1408 Powerline Safety (up To 350 Kv) - Equipment Operations.
1926.1409 Power Line Safety (over 350 Kv ).
1926.1410 Power Line Safety (all Voltages) - Equipment Operations Closer Than The Table A Zone.
1926.1411 Power Line Safety - While Traveling.
1926.1412 Inspections.
1926.1413 Wire Rope - Inspection.
1926.1414 Wire Rope - Selection And Installation Criteria.
1926.1415 Safety Devices.
1926.1416 Operational Aids.
1926.1417 Operation.
1926.1418 Authority To Stop Operation.
1926.1419 Signals – General Requirements.
1926.1420 Signals – Radio, Telephone Or Other Electronic Transmission Of Signals.
1926.1421 Signals – Voice Signals – Additional Requirements.
1926.1422 Signals – Hand Signal Chart.
1926.1423 Fall Protection.
1926.1424 Work Area Control.
1926.1425 Keeping Clear Of The Load.
1926.1426 Free Fail And Controlled-Load Lowering.
1926.1427 Operator Qualification And Certification.
1926.1428 Signal Person Qualifications.
1926.1429 Qualifications Of Maintenance & Repair Employees.
1926.1430 Training.
1926.1431 Hoisting Personnel.
1926.1432 Multiple-crane/derrick Lifts Supplemental Requirements.
1926.1433 Design, Construction, And Testing.
1926.1434 Equipment Modifications.
1926.1435 Tower Cranes.
1926.1436 Derricks.
1926.1437 Floating Cranes/derricks And Land Cranes/derricks On Barges.
1926.1438 Overhead & Gantry Cranes.
1926.1439 Dedicated Pile Drivers.
1926.1440 Sideboom Cranes.
1926.1441 Equipment With A Rated Hoisting/lifting Capacity Of 2,000 Pounds Or Less.
1926.1442 Severability.

Subpart cc
Appendix a. Standard hand signals.
Appendix b. Assembly/disassembly- sample procedures for minimizing the risk of unintended dangerous boom movement.
Appendix c. Operator certification- written examination- technical knowledge criteria subpart.

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