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1910 OSHA Guide - WorkPlace Safety Regulations & Index 34-G

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$ 259.00

Discontinued

Puts OSHA's workplace safety regulations in a reader-friendly format.

Using this convenient reference, you'll have quick access to OSHA's word-for-word Part 1910 workplace safety regulations.

The 1910 OSHA Guide is tab-divided for easy searching ... it's designed to help you find key OSHA requirements and make sure you're complying with them.

Some of the workplace safety topics covered include ...

  • Hazard communication
  • Forklift safety
  • Machine guarding
  • Electrical safety
  • Personal protective equipment

Loose-leaf, 3-ring bound, over 1,200 pages.
ISBN 978-1-60287-575-3

This timesaving reference puts the regulations relating to these Part 1910 topics at your fingertips:

  • Walking-working surfaces
  • Powered platforms
  • Health and environmental control
  • Hazardous materials
  • Personal protective equipment
  • Medical and first aid
  • Fire protection
  • Materials handling and storage
  • Machine guarding
  • Hand and portable powered tools
  • Welding, cutting, and brazing
  • Electrical safety
  • Commercial diving operations
  • Toxic and hazardous substances

The guide also covers OSHA's Part 1903 requirements for inspections, citations and penalties, as well as Part 1904 requirements for recording injuries and illnesses.

A detailed reference section provides contact information for OSHA offices, consultation services, and associations.

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Sample PagesPDF*File Sizes
Table of Contents PDF icon110KB
ElectricalPDF icon45KB
Recording InjuryPDF icon76KB
SanitationPDF icon55KB
Personal Protective Equipment PDF icon59KB
Walking-Working Surfaces PDF icon60KB

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