Procedures that may appear adequate at the beginning of a job may not be adequate in practice. Note any effect that coughing may have on breath sounds. Wind must not exceed the speed recommended by the manufacturer or, where the manufacturer does not specify this information, the speed determined by a qualified person. Power shovels, excavators, wheel loaders, backhoes, loader backhoes, and track loaders. Outer surface of a hose, rigid tube, or fitting for indications of excessive abrasion or scrubbing. Gin poles when used for the erection of communication towers.
Digger derricks used in such pole work must comply with either 29 CFR 1910.269 (electric lines) or 29 CFR 1910.268 (telecommunication lines). Machinery originally designed as vehicle-mounted aerial devices (for lifting personnel) and self-propelled elevating work platforms. Safety devices and operational aids for proper operation (including significant inaccuracies). Gasoline, diesel, electric, or other power plants for safety-related problems (such as leaking exhaust and emergency shutdown feature) and conditions, and proper operation. When this is the case: The device(s) used to transmit signals must be tested on site before beginning operations to ensure that the signal transmission is effective, clear, and reliable.
Chest 1988;93:1038-1042. Eid N, Bucheit J, Neuling M, Phelps H. Chest physiotherapy in review. Control and drive mechanisms for apparent excessive wear of components and contamination by lubricants, water or other foreign matter. Premature tire wear: Underinflated tires are under a lot of stress, especially their steel …[more] Tags: tires, tire pressure Posted in: Tires 101 March 30th, 2017 So you come out to start your car one morning and the Check Engine light on the dashboard comes on…and doesn’t go back off again. Maximum loads permitted during the boom extending operation, and any limiting conditions or cautions. The framing subcontractor informs me that he will be bringing a crane onto the site to lift roof trusses onto the structure. Do I have any responsibilities under the standard?