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Any chute opening into which workmen dump debris shall be protected by a substantial guardrail approximately 42 inches above the floor or other surface on which the men stand to dump the material Any space between the chute and the edge of openings in the floors through which it passes shall be solidly covered over 1926852f

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  • Design of Debris Chute  Occupational Safety and Health

    Design of Debris Chute Occupational Safety and Health

    This is in response to your February 10 letter requesting the Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA to review the design of a debris chute manufactured by Superchute LTD I apologize for the delay of this response As you know it is the policy of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration not to approve or endorse products

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  • 1926252  Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    1926252 Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    1926252a Whenever materials are dropped more than 20 feet to any point lying outside the exterior walls of the building an enclosed chute of wood or equivalent material shall be used

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  • Accident Report Detail  Occupational Safety and Health

    Accident Report Detail Occupational Safety and Health

    Employee 1 a houseman was using a linen cart on the fourth floor of a building when he apparently fell head first into the laundry chute He was found by two coworkers caught in the chute near the third floor Employee 1 died of positional asphyxia He was working alone at the time of the

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  • Trash Chutes  OSHA IIPP

    Trash Chutes OSHA IIPP

    Jun 06 2017 · Trash Chutes Trash chutes also called disposal chutes are commonly used on high rise projects They are also used by remodeler’s and roofers to keep their job sites cleaner and safer Guide for Discussion No material shall be dropped to any point lying outside the exterior walls of the structure unless the area is effectively protected

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  • The Basics of Chute Safety  Safety Resources  Indianapolis

    The Basics of Chute Safety Safety Resources Indianapolis

    According to OSHA Occupational Safety and Health Administration whenever materials are dropped more than 20 feet to any point lying outside of the exterior of the walls a trash chute shall be used

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  • Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    When necessary for the safety of employees chutes shall be equipped with sideboards to afford protection from falling objects 191863c When necessary for the safety of employees provisions shall be made for stopping objects other than bulk commodities at the delivery end of the chute

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  • chutes  OSHA Safety Manuals

    chutes OSHA Safety Manuals

    Baling and Compacting Work Compactors and balers are used in industries such as wholesalers retailers manufacturing garbage and recycling facilities and other public entities to compress waste materials into smaller more manageable loads

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  • 01182006  Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    01182006 Occupational Safety and Health Administration

    When a state official interprets a state standard promulgated pursuant to a state occupational safety and health statute the interpretation definitively addresses only the application of the relevant state standard 1 Employers subject to federal OSHA authority should seek an interpretation from federal OSHA regarding the application of federal OSHA standards promulgated pursuant to the Occupational Safety

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  • Worker Safety Series  Concrete Manufacturing

    Worker Safety Series Concrete Manufacturing

    OSHA recognizes worksites with excellent safety and health management systems through its Voluntary Protection Programs VPP These model worksites are willing to share their expertise and many are available to mentor other businesses

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  • OSHA Enforcement Roundup Falls Excavations and

    OSHA Enforcement Roundup Falls Excavations and

    Oct 14 2019 · OSHA cited the zoo under the General Duty Clause for failing to protect workers from recognized hazards associated with training and feeding rhinoceroses and under its injury and illness recordkeeping and reporting requirements for not notifying OSHA of the employee’s hospitalization within 24 hours as required

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  • Maintaining Workplace Safety with Construction Trash Chutes

    Maintaining Workplace Safety with Construction Trash Chutes

    Dec 03 2014 · The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA is responsible for providing and enforcing guidelines for workplace safety According to OSHA construction trash chutes offer a safe and convenient way to remove debris and waste materials from rooftops and elevated areas

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  • chutes  OSHA Safety Manuals

    chutes OSHA Safety Manuals

    Baling and Compacting Work Compactors and balers are used in industries such as wholesalers retailers manufacturing garbage and recycling facilities and other public entities to compress waste materials into smaller more manageable loads

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  • Safety Tips For Installing And Using Construction Trash Chutes

    Safety Tips For Installing And Using Construction Trash Chutes

    Mar 16 2013 · It is required by OSHA standards to have a 42 in height rail guard to prevent employees from falling into the chute or injuring themselves on the opening if they slip while they are dumping debris Unlike with smaller chutes a full grown man can fit inside the largest tubes used on most construction sites to handle lumber and drywall debris

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  • Dock Railing Requirements  OSHA Loading Dock Safety

    Dock Railing Requirements OSHA Loading Dock Safety

    The employer must ensure that each employee on a walkingworking surface near an opening including one with a chute attached where the inside bottom edge of the opening is less than 39 inches 99 cm above that walkingworking surface and the outside bottom edge of the opening is 4 feet 12 m or more above a lower level is protected from falling by the use of Guardrail Systesm Safety Net Systems

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  • Bird Ladder  Ladders Scaffolding Hoists and Chutes for

    Bird Ladder Ladders Scaffolding Hoists and Chutes for

    Mar 07 2018 · The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA is responsible for providing and enforcing guidelines for workplace safety According to OSHA construction trash chutes offer a safe and convenient way to remove debris and waste materials from rooftops and elevated areas

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  • CHUTE SAFETY T

    CHUTE SAFETY T

    Safety Committee has compiled these chute safety guidelines for its member companies The checklist can be used for safety discussions or in developing a Job Safety Analysis for readymix drivers Arriving at the job and before the truck is spotted Plan to be in control of your chutes

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  • Chute Safety  Safety News Tips  Resources  Indianapolis

    Chute Safety Safety News Tips Resources Indianapolis

    Read the Safety News Tips Resources Insights blog for up to date information expert opinions and best practices related to workplace safety OSHA compliance and safety training

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  • Page 41 Trash Chutes  Washington State Department of

    Page 41 Trash Chutes Washington State Department of

    trash chute Be sure the chute is properly guarded with standard guardrails See Guardrails “Tool Box Talk” on page 55 If attached to a wall opening standard guardrails a safety net system or a personal fall arrest system PFAS must be used Additional Discussion Notes

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  • OSHA CHECKLIST FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

    OSHA CHECKLIST FOR THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY

    The Office of OSHA Voluntary Programs conducts safety and health training programs and seminars at plant sites throughout South Carolina at no cost to employers

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  • Recent workplace safety violations across the USA

    Recent workplace safety violations across the USA

    Jan 21 2019 · OSHA cited United Parcel Service for exposing workers to fire entrapment and emergency evacuation hazards Inspectors determined that the company allowed exit routes to be blocked by packages and equipment The company faces 208603 in penalties Workplace safety violations across the USA

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  • Debris Chutes  Debris Netting  Safety Netting

    Debris Chutes Debris Netting Safety Netting

    RegulationCompliant Debris Chutes For the safety of workers passersby and overall air quality debris chutes are a mandatory fixture on many jobsites Chutes International is a leading manufacturer of these systems which are quick and safe to install yet offer in excess of 8x the safety requirements for proper trash and debris disposal

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  • NRMCA  Operations  Safety

    NRMCA Operations Safety

    Finally the lesson points out that chute rinseoff plays a role in fleet maintenance as well as being a safety factor in that rinsing off a chute correctly prevents debris from hitting other vehicles as the mixer returns to the plant dvd online Safety Series Preparing for an OSHA Plant Inspection

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  • Snow Blower Safety Guide  How to Safely Use a Snow Blower

    Snow Blower Safety Guide How to Safely Use a Snow Blower

    SNOW BLOWER SAFETY GUIDE How to Safely Use a Snow Blower The experts at Snow Blowers Direct provide you with safety tips to guide you through how to safely use a snow blower Snowblower safety tips found here can help keep you and your snow blower safe from harm

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  • Wood Chipper Safety Best Practices  United Rentals

    Wood Chipper Safety Best Practices United Rentals

    Aug 10 2018 · Many chipper accident reports cite the absence of guards or malfunctioning safety devices OSHA’s general machine guarding standard 29 CFR 1910212 a1 requires that chippers have one or more guard methods to protect workers from rotating parts and flying debris Point the discharge chute away from people

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  • Loading Dock Safety  Quick Tips 367  Grainger

    Loading Dock Safety Quick Tips 367 Grainger

    The Occupational Safety and Health Administration OSHA regulation specific to loading dock safety is found in 29 Code of Federal Regulations CFR 1910176 material handling The majority of all regulations for loading docks are actually a part of OSHA rules for the operation and design of forklifts used on loading docks

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  • Construction Safety Inspection Checklist

    Construction Safety Inspection Checklist

    Page 1 of 5 Construction Safety Inspection Checklist Instruction Place next to each item that is Xnext to items with deficiencies in COMMENTS section Once corrected record Corrective Action and Date next to item

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  • Safety on the Toboggan Chutes  EHS Today

    Safety on the Toboggan Chutes EHS Today

    I have a confession I like winter This past weekend much to my freezing friends’ dismay I went tobogganing The Cleveland park system operates toboggan chutes – 700foot refrigerated ice chutes – every winter Riders are warned repeatedly – on signs by workers – to keep their limbs

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  • OSHA Partnership Finalizes Kettle Requirements

    OSHA Partnership Finalizes Kettle Requirements

    OSHA since the partnership’s inception Over the course of more than a year CRCA’s Safety Committee has been able to move OSHA from automatic citation to accepting a list of requirements for safe operation of a kettle on a roof Employers are responsible for the

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  • eLCOSH  Ready Mixed Concrete Truck Drivers WorkRelated

    eLCOSH Ready Mixed Concrete Truck Drivers WorkRelated

    OSHA Data on Ready Mixed Concrete Truck Drivers Basic truck features include driver cab mixer drum and mechanical drive dispenser chute with extensions water tank additive tanks and fixed ladders Fully loaded a truck may weigh as much as 60000 pounds and contain as much as 20 cubic yards of concrete National Safety Council 1986

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