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    B.C. Reg. 296/97
    Workers' Compensation Board
    Deposited September 8, 1997
    effective April 15, 1998
    This consolidation is current to August 25, 2020.
    Link to consolidated regulation (PDF)
    Link to Point in Time

    Workers Compensation Act

    Occupational Health and Safety Regulation

    [Last amended July 14, 2020 by B.C. Reg. 82/2020]

    Contents
    Part 1 — Definitions
    1.1Definitions
    Part 2 — Application
    2.1Scope of application
    2.2General duty
    2.3Conflict with a code or standard
    2.4Compliance
    2.5Inspection reports
    2.6Notification of compliance
    2.7Notice to workers
    2.8Contravention
    Part 3 — Rights and Responsibilities
    Occupational Health and Safety Programs
    3.1When program required
    3.2Small operations
    3.3Contents of program
    3.4Repealed
    Workplace Inspections
    3.5General requirement
    3.6Repealed
    3.7Special inspections
    3.8Committee participation
    Correction of Unsafe Conditions
    3.9Remedy without delay
    3.10Reporting unsafe conditions
    3.11Emergency circumstances
    Refusal of Unsafe Work
    3.12Procedure for refusal
    3.13No discriminatory action
    Occupational First Aid
    3.14Definitions
    3.15First aid attendant qualifications
    3.16Basic requirements
    3.17First aid procedures
    3.17.1Air transportation
    3.18Communication and availability
    3.19First aid records
    3.20Multiple employer workplaces
    3.21First aid attendant responsibilities
    Young or New Workers
    3.22Definitions
    3.23Young or new worker orientation and training
    3.24Additional orientation and training
    3.25Documentation
    Joint Health and Safety Committees
    3.26Evaluation of joint committees
    3.27Minimum training requirements for new joint committee members or worker health and safety representatives
    Participation in Investigations
    3.28Participation by employer or representative of employer and worker representative
    Schedule 3-A
    Part 4 — General Conditions
    Buildings, Structures and Equipment
    4.1Safe workplace
    4.1.1Avalanche risk assessment and safety plan
    4.1.2Avalanche risk assessment and safety plan exception
    4.2Safe buildings and structures
    4.3Safe machinery and equipment
    4.4Conformity to standards
    4.5Manuals and information
    4.6Reassembly
    4.7Information on rated capacity
    4.8Rated capacity
    4.9Inspection and maintenance records
    4.10Authorization
    4.11Startup
    4.12Circumvention of safeguards
    Emergency Preparedness and Response
    4.13Risk assessment
    4.14Emergency procedures
    4.15Repealed
    4.16Training
    4.17Notification of fire departments
    4.18Notification of utility service providers
    Impairment
    4.19Physical or mental impairment
    4.20Impairment by alcohol, drug or other substance
    Working Alone or in Isolation
    4.20.1Definition
    4.20.2Hazard identification, elimination and control
    4.21Procedures for checking well-being of worker
    4.22Training
    4.22.1Late night retail safety procedures and requirements
    4.22.2Mandatory prepayment for fuel
    4.23Annual review of procedures
    Workplace Conduct
    4.24Definition
    4.25Prohibition
    4.26Investigation
    Violence in the Workplace
    4.27Definition
    4.28Risk assessment
    4.29Procedures and policies
    4.30Instruction of workers
    4.31Advice to consult physician
    Work Area Requirements
    4.32Access to work areas
    4.33Arrangement of work areas
    4.34Restricted entry
    4.35Door installations
    4.36Glass
    4.37Restricted visibility
    4.38Extreme temperatures
    4.39Slipping and tripping hazards
    4.40Wet floors
    4.41Waste material
    4.42Cleaning with compressed air
    Storing and Handling Materials
    4.43Stacking materials
    4.43.1Storage racks
    4.44Entrapment
    4.45Falling materials
    Ergonomics (MSI) Requirements
    4.46Definition
    4.47Risk identification
    4.48Risk assessment
    4.49Risk factors
    4.50Risk control
    4.51Education and training
    4.52Evaluation
    4.53Consultation
    Work Area Guards and Handrails
    4.54Definitions
    4.55Guardrail locations
    4.56Exceptions
    4.57Elevated workers
    4.58Specifications for guards and guardrails
    4.58.1Temporary removal of guardrails
    4.59Floor and roof openings
    4.60Toeboards
    4.61Walkways
    4.62Handrails on stairways
    4.63Vehicle travel areas
    Illumination
    4.64Definitions
    4.65Illumination levels
    Table 4-1: Illumination levels for task categories
    4.66Means of illumination
    4.67Brightness, reflectance and glare
    4.68Illumination measurement
    4.69Emergency lighting
    Indoor Air Quality
    4.70Application
    4.71Submitting plans
    4.72Design and operation
    4.73Building modifications
    4.74Distribution
    4.75Balancing
    4.76Ventilation openings
    4.77Discharged air
    4.78Preventive maintenance
    4.79Investigation
    4.80Temperature and humidity
    Environmental Tobacco Smoke and E-Cigarette Vapour
    4.80.1Definitions
    4.81Controlling exposure
    4.82Exceptions
    4.83Repealed
    Occupational Environment Requirements
    4.84Eating areas
    4.85Washroom facilities
    4.86Change areas
    4.87Unsafe water
    4.88-4.106Repealed
    Schedule 4-A
    Part 5 — Chemical Agents and Biological Agents
    5.1Definitions
    5.1.1Designation as hazardous substances
    5.2General information requirement
    Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)
    5.3Application
    5.4Prohibition
    5.5WHMIS program
    5.6Worker education
    5.7Worker training
    5.8Supplier label
    5.9Workplace label for employer-produced products
    5.10Workplace label for decanted products
    5.11Piping systems and vessels
    5.12Placard identifiers
    5.13Laboratory label
    5.14Supplier SDS
    5.15Employer SDS
    5.16Availability of an SDS
    5.16.1Availability of toxicological data
    5.17Deletions from an SDS
    5.18Confidential business information and claims for exemption under the HMIRA
    5.19Repealed
    Containers and Storage
    5.20Condition of containers
    5.21Material integrity
    5.22Covers
    5.23Permitted quantities
    5.24Incompatible substances
    5.25Storage practices
    5.26Storage area
    Flammable and Combustible Substances
    5.27Ignition sources
    5.28Grounding or bonding
    5.29Electrostatic charge
    5.30Dispensing
    5.31Flammable gas or vapour
    5.32Manual cleaning
    5.33Permitted quantities
    5.34Combustible materials
    5.35Cabinet vent
    Substances Under Pressure
    5.36Containers
    5.37Pressure testing
    5.38Handling and securing cylinders
    5.39Cylinder markings
    5.40Cylinder valves
    5.41Fittings
    5.42Repealed
    5.43Empty cylinders
    5.44Acetylene cylinders
    5.45Restriction on use of copper
    5.46Restriction on use of oxygen
    5.47Cleanliness
    Controlling Exposure
    5.48Exposure limits
    5.49Excursion limits
    5.50Extended work periods
    5.51Additive effects
    5.52Skin designation
    5.53Workplace monitoring
    5.54Exposure control plan
    5.55Type of controls
    5.56Oxygen deficiency
    5.57Designated substances
    5.58Protective policy
    5.59Investigating symptoms
    Ventilation
    5.60Application
    5.61Engineering principles
    5.62Submitting plans
    5.63Building modifications
    5.64Controlling air contaminants
    5.65Worker location
    5.66Ventilation openings
    5.67Effectiveness
    5.68Failure warning
    5.69Makeup air
    5.70Discharged air
    Table 5-1: Recirculation of discharged air
    5.71Flammable air contaminants
    Internal Combustion Engines
    5.72Venting outdoors
    5.73Indoor operation
    5.74Emission controls
    5.75Mobile equipment emission controls
    Hazardous Wastes and Emissions
    5.76Label
    5.77Placard
    5.78SDS
    5.79Sale or disposal
    5.80Sharp-edged waste
    5.81Combustible dust
    Personal Hygiene
    5.82Employer's responsibility
    5.83Worker's responsibility
    5.84Prohibition
    Emergency Washing Facilities
    5.85Where required
    5.86Water supply
    5.87Access
    5.88Risk assessment
    5.89Equipment required
    5.90Transient worksites
    5.91Remote worksites
    5.92Signs
    5.93Testing
    5.94Training
    5.95Protection from freezing
    Table 5-2: Risk assessment
    Table 5-3: Provision and location of emergency washing equipment
    5.96Valve operation
    Emergency Procedures
    5.97Emergency plan
    5.98Inventory
    5.99Risk assessment
    5.100Procedures for evacuation
    5.101Procedures for spill cleanup and re-entry
    5.102Training and drills
    Table 5-4: Repealed
    Part 6 — Substance Specific Requirements
    Asbestos
    6.1Definitions
    6.2Application
    General Requirements
    6.3Exposure control plan
    6.4Inventory
    6.5Identification
    6.6Assessment and classification
    6.7Control of asbestos fibre
    6.8Procedures
    6.9Prohibitions
    6.10Substitution
    6.11Instruction and training
    6.12Monitoring
    Designated Work Areas and Containments
    6.13Designated area
    6.14Permanent enclosure design
    6.15Glove bags
    6.16High risk work
    Ventilation
    6.17Containment ventilation
    6.18Local exhaust ventilation
    6.19Filter testing
    Other Means of Controlling Exposure to Asbestos
    6.20Protecting work surfaces
    6.21Preventing spread
    6.22Wetting material
    6.23Repairing damaged material
    6.24Friction materials
    Waste Handling and Disposal
    6.25Sealed containers
    6.26Cleaning containers and equipment
    6.27Waste removal
    6.28Waste disposal
    Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment
    6.29Respiratory protection
    6.30Protective clothing
    6.31Information to laundry workers
    Documentation
    6.32Retention of records
    Biological Agents
    6.33Definitions
    6.34Exposure control plan
    6.35Repealed
    6.36Controls
    6.37Labels and identification
    6.38Repealed
    6.39Vaccination
    6.40Medical evaluation
    6.41Repealed
    Cytotoxic Drugs
    6.42Definition
    6.43Exposure control plan
    6.44Information
    6.45Labels
    6.46Signs
    6.47List
    6.48Procedures
    6.49Reproductive toxins
    6.50Instruction
    6.51Supervision
    6.52Records
    6.53Drug preparation and administration
    6.54Disconnects
    6.55Personal protective equipment
    6.56Personal hygiene
    6.57Waste disposal
    6.58Spills
    Lead
    6.58.1Definitions
    6.59Application
    6.59.1Risk assessment
    6.60Exposure control plan
    6.60.1Elimination or control of exposure
    6.61Air monitoring for lead
    6.61.1Exceptions to air monitoring requirement
    6.62Warning signs
    6.63Personal hygiene
    6.64Housekeeping
    6.65Prohibited cleaning methods
    6.66Instruction and training
    6.67Health protection
    6.68Records
    6.69Primary lead smelters
    Pesticides
    6.70Definitions
    6.71Application
    General Requirements
    6.72Pesticide labels
    6.73Labels and signs for treated materials
    6.74Pesticide use
    6.75SDS
    6.76Informing workers
    Mixing, Loading and Applying Pesticides
    6.77Qualifications
    6.78Procedures
    6.79Health protection
    6.80Rescue
    Equipment
    6.81General requirements
    6.82Fixed stations
    6.83Mobile equipment
    Pesticide Application
    6.84Safe application practice
    6.85Posting warning signs
    6.86Design of warning signs
    6.87Warning signs for non-fumigants
    6.88Warning signs for fumigants
    6.89Restricted entry intervals
    6.90Authorization to enter
    6.91Exemptions
    6.92Cleanup of residues
    6.93Pesticide drift
    6.94Records
    Personal Hygiene
    6.95Wash and shower facilities
    6.96Worker cleanup
    6.97Personal protective clothing and equipment
    Avicides, Predicides, Rodenticides and Insecticidal Baits
    6.98Exemption
    6.99Preventive measures
    Storage
    6.100Location
    6.101Storage facilities
    6.102Retail displays
    Antisapstain Applications
    6.103Substitution
    6.104Ventilation
    6.105Cleaning equipment
    6.106Excess chemical
    6.107Protective clothing
    6.108Records
    6.109Exemption
    Respirable Crystalline Silica and Rock Dust
    6.110Definitions
    6.111Application
    6.112Risk assessment
    6.112.1Exposure control plan
    6.112.2Elimination or control of exposure
    6.112.3Air monitoring for RCS dust
    6.112.4Exceptions to monitoring requirement
    6.112.5Blasting enclosures
    6.112.6Housekeeping
    6.112.7Instruction and training
    6.113Rock drills
    6.114Crushing plants
    6.115Asphalt mixing plants
    6.115.1Application of RCS dust provisions
    Toxic Process Gases
    6.116Definitions
    6.117Application
    6.118Risk assessment
    6.119Exposure control plan
    6.120Procedures
    6.121Education and training
    6.122Enclosure
    6.123Testing
    6.124Ventilation
    6.125Emergency ventilation
    6.126Shut-down device
    6.127Personal protective equipment
    6.128Monitors and alarms
    6.129Pressure relief alarm systems
    6.130Identification of controls
    6.131Piping systems
    6.132Maintenance
    Part 7 — Noise, Vibration, Radiation and Temperature
    Division 1 — Noise Exposure
    7.1Definition
    7.2Noise exposure limits
    7.3Noise measurement required
    7.4Exemption
    7.5Noise control and hearing conservation program
    7.6Engineered noise control
    7.7Hearing protection and warning signs
    7.8Hearing tests
    7.9Records to be kept
    Division 2 — Vibration Exposure
    7.10Definitions
    7.11Vibration exposure limits
    7.12Evaluation of vibration
    7.13Vibration exposure control obligations
    7.14Information about vibration hazards
    7.15Labels
    7.16Exposure to cold and hand-arm vibration
    Division 3 — Radiation Exposure
    7.17Definitions
    7.18Application
    7.19Exposure limits
    7.20Exposure control plan
    7.21Reproductive hazards
    7.22Monitoring exposure
    7.23Standards for use of equipment
    7.24Radiation surveys
    7.25Records
    Division 4 — Thermal Exposure
    7.26Definitions
    Heat Exposure
    7.27Application
    7.28Exposure limits
    7.29Heat stress assessment and exposure control plan
    7.30Heat stress controls
    7.31Provision of water
    7.32Removal from and treatment for heat exposure
    Cold Exposure
    7.33Application
    7.34Cold stress assessment and exposure control plan
    7.35Cold stress controls
    7.36Heated shelters
    7.37Clothing and personal protective equipment
    7.38Removal and treatment
    Part 8 — Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment
    8.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    8.2Responsibility to provide
    8.3Selection, use and maintenance
    8.4Workplace evaluation
    8.5Program
    8.6Annual review
    8.7Instruction
    8.8Supervisor's responsibilities
    8.9Worker's responsibilities
    8.10Personal clothing and accessories
    Safety Headgear
    8.11General requirement
    8.12Use with all-terrain vehicles, snowmobiles and motorcycles
    8.13Use with bicycles and skates
    Eye and Face Protection
    8.14Eye protection
    8.15Glass lenses
    8.16Side protection
    8.17Face protection
    8.18Repealed
    Limb and Body Protection
    8.19General requirement
    8.20Cleaning or replacement
    8.21Leg protection
    Footwear
    8.22General requirement
    8.23Slippery surfaces
    High Visibility and Distinguishing Apparel
    8.24High visibility apparel
    8.25Distinguishing apparel
    Buoyancy Equipment
    8.26When required
    8.27Compliance with standards
    8.28Working alone
    8.29Record of inspection and maintenance
    8.30Retroreflective material
    Flame Resistant Clothing
    8.31When required
    Respirators
    8.32When respirator required
    8.33Selection
    8.34Maximum use concentration
    Table 8-1: Respirator protection factors
    8.35IDLH or oxygen deficient atmosphere
    8.36Emergency escape respirators
    8.37Respirable air quality
    8.38Corrective eyewear
    8.39Face seal
    8.40Fit tests
    8.41User seal check
    8.42Medical assessment
    8.43Optional use
    8.44Records
    8.45Maintenance and inspections
    Schedule 8-A
    Part 9 — Confined Spaces
    9.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    9.2Initial determination
    9.3Prohibited entry
    9.4Control of hazards
    9.5Confined space entry program
    Responsibilities
    9.6Administration
    9.7Supervision
    9.8Instruction
    Hazard Assessment and Work Procedures
    9.9Hazard assessment
    9.10Procedures
    9.11Qualifications
    Identification and Entry Permits
    9.12Identification
    9.13When permits required
    9.14Contents of permit
    9.15Updating the information
    9.16Record of permit
    Lockout and Control of Harmful Substances
    9.17Lockout
    9.18Control of harmful substance in adjacent piping
    9.18.1Repealed
    9.19Isolation points
    9.20Blanks and blinds
    9.21Double block and bleed
    9.22Alternative measures of control or isolation of adjacent piping
    9.23Discharge area
    Verification and Testing
    9.24Verifying all precautions
    9.25Testing the atmosphere
    9.26Procedures and equipment
    Cleaning, Purging, Venting and Inerting
    9.27Cleaning, purging and venting
    9.28Risk control
    9.29Inerting
    Ventilation
    9.30Continuous ventilation
    9.31Low hazard atmospheres
    9.32Mechanical ventilation
    9.33Natural ventilation
    Standby Persons
    9.34Low hazard atmosphere
    9.35Moderate hazard atmosphere
    9.36High hazard atmosphere, engulfment or entrapment
    Rescue
    9.37Provision of rescue services
    9.38Equipment and training
    9.39Notification
    9.40Summoning rescue
    9.41Rescue procedures
    Lifelines, Harnesses and Lifting Equipment
    9.42When required
    9.43Standards
    9.44Line entanglement
    9.45Additional workers
    Personal Protective Equipment and Other Precautions
    9.46Repealed
    9.47Emergency escape respirator
    9.48Compressed gas cylinders
    9.49Torches and hoses
    9.50Electrical equipment
    9.51Non-sparking tools
    Part 10 — De-energization and Lockout
    10.1Definitions
    10.2General requirement
    10.3When lockout required
    10.4Lockout procedures
    10.5Access to energy isolating devices
    10.6Checking locked out equipment
    10.7Worker responsibilities
    10.8Removal of locks
    10.9Group lockout procedure
    10.10Alternative procedures
    10.11Locks not required
    10.12Work on energized equipment
    Part 11 — Fall Protection
    11.1Definitions
    11.2Obligation to use fall protection
    11.3Fall protection plan
    11.4Selection of harness or belt
    11.5Equipment standards
    11.6Anchors
    11.7Temporary horizontal lifelines
    11.8Certification by engineer
    11.9Inspection and maintenance
    11.10Removal from service
    11.11-11.40Repealed
    Part 12 — Tools, Machinery and Equipment
    12.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    12.2Safeguarding requirement
    12.3Standards
    12.4Effectiveness of safeguards
    12.5Fixed guards
    12.6Lubrication
    12.7Repealed
    12.8Repealed
    12.9Repealed
    12.10Identifying unsafe equipment
    12.11Operating controls
    12.12Machinery location
    12.13Marking physical hazards
    12.14Identification of piping
    12.15Restraining devices
    Guarding Mechanical Power Transmission Parts
    12.16Rotating hazards
    12.17Gears and sprockets
    12.18Reciprocating machinery
    12.19Drive belts
    12.20Reaching up
    12.21Flywheels and pulleys
    Conveyors
    12.22Standards
    12.23Belt-type conveyors
    12.24Screw-type conveyors
    12.25Feed points
    12.26Repealed
    12.27Falling materials
    12.28Emergency stopping devices
    Power Presses, Brake Presses and Shears
    12.29Standards
    12.30Point of operation safeguarding
    12.31Exception for custom work
    12.32Supervisory control
    12.33Repealed
    Feed-rolls and Metal-forming Rolls
    12.34Feed-rolls
    12.35Guard design
    12.36Metal-forming rolls
    Machine Tools
    12.37Splash guards and shields
    12.38Lathe chucks
    12.39Restriction on hand polishing
    12.40Stock projection
    12.41Shapers/planers
    12.42Carriage travel
    12.43Vertical boring mills
    Abrasive Equipment
    12.44Standards
    12.45Protective hood
    12.46Speed of abrasive wheels
    12.47Grinding prohibitions
    12.48Work rests
    12.49Dust control
    12.50Repealed
    Powder Actuated Tools
    12.51Standards
    12.52Tool selection
    12.53Tool design
    12.54Markings
    12.55Storage
    12.56Tool use
    12.57Limitations on use
    Woodworking Tools and Equipment
    12.58Hand feeding
    12.59Removing guards
    12.60Kickback fingers, splitters and spreaders
    12.61Radial arm saw travel limits
    12.62Jointers
    12.63Sanding machines
    12.64Tenoning machines
    12.65Hand-held circular saws
    12.66Cutting heads
    12.67Band saws
    Mobile Chippers
    12.68Hand-fed chippers
    12.69Self-feeding chippers
    12.70Driven-feed chippers
    12.71Vertically fed chippers
    Chain Saws
    12.72Standards
    12.73Stopping chain movement
    Automotive Lifts and Other Vehicle Supports
    12.74Standards
    12.75Assembly and installation
    12.76Operation
    12.77Records
    12.78Inspection and testing
    12.79Rated capacity
    12.80Controls
    12.80.1Vehicle restraint
    12.80.2Swing-arm restraint
    Miscellaneous Equipment
    12.81Tumblers
    12.82Pneumatic nailing and stapling tools
    12.83Industrial robots
    12.83.1Chassis dynamometers — motor vehicle testing
    Drilling Rock or Similar Materials
    12.84General requirement
    12.85Drilling equipment
    12.86Control location
    12.87Boom hazard
    12.88Drill jumbos
    12.89Drilling procedures
    12.90Rod handling
    12.91Self-propelled drills
    12.92Cleaning drilled holes
    Breaking and Melting Metal
    12.93Breaking metal
    12.94Inspection of linings
    12.95Preventing eruptions
    12.96Inspection of materials
    Abrasive Blasting and High Pressure Washing
    12.97Definitions
    12.98Risk assessment
    12.99Work procedures outside a cabinet
    12.100Substitution
    12.101Reuse prohibition
    12.102Cleanup
    12.103Engineering controls
    12.104Exhaust ventilation
    12.105Restricted work zones
    12.106Operating controls
    12.107Repealed
    12.108Jetting gun
    12.109Holding work
    12.110Hose restraint
    12.111Personal protective equipment
    Welding, Cutting and Allied Processes
    12.112Standards
    12.113Repealed
    12.114Ventilation
    12.115Coatings on metals
    12.116Flammable and explosive substances
    12.117Silver solder
    12.118Correct equipment
    12.119Equipment inspection
    12.120Flashback prevention
    12.121Receptacles for stubs
    12.122Radiation protection
    12.123Protective clothing and equipment
    12.124Respiratory protection
    12.125Marking hot work
    12.126Fire extinguishers
    Painting, Coating and Work with Plastics and Resins
    12.127Application
    12.128Substitution
    12.129Restrictions
    12.130Warning signs
    12.131Enclosure
    12.132Air flow
    12.133Control of ignition sources
    12.134Arrester filters
    12.135Respiratory protection
    12.136Disposal of isocyanate containers
    12.137Repealed
    12.138Airless spray equipment
    12.139Design for high pressure
    12.140Heating plastics
    12.141Resin foams
    Laundry and Dry Cleaning Activities
    12.142Definitions
    Dry Cleaning
    12.143Open cleaning prohibited
    12.144Systems and equipment
    12.145Equipment labels
    12.146Solvent handling
    12.147Bulk storage
    12.148Machine ventilation
    12.149General ventilation
    12.150Inspection and repair
    12.151Open flame heaters
    12.152Combustion air supply
    12.153Vents
    12.154Servicing and maintenance
    12.155Emergency ventilation
    12.156Spotting chemicals
    12.157Supplier responsibility
    12.158Operator responsibility
    Laundry Equipment
    12.159Flatwork ironers
    12.160Roller-type ironers
    12.161Press-type ironers
    12.162Interlocks
    12.163Centrifugal extractors
    12.164Laundry chutes
    12.165Laundry carts
    12.166Spillage
    Rail Car Movement
    12.167Application
    12.168General requirements
    12.169Clearance
    12.170Riding restriction
    12.171Brakes
    12.172Tracks
    Pressure Vessels
    12.173Pressure relief device — when required
    12.174Pressure relief device — installation
    Roll-on/Roll-off Containers
    12.175Definitions
    12.176Container safety standard
    12.177Protection against specified hazards
    12.178Visual inspection before loading container onto vehicle
    12.179Withdrawal from service
    12.180Inspection following repair
    12.181Periodic inspection
    12.182Records of inspection
    12.183Withdrawal from service following inspection
    Part 13 — Ladders, Scaffolds and Temporary Work Platforms
    Division 1 — General
    13.1Definitions
    13.2Standards
    13.3Inspections
    Division 2 — Ladders
    13.4Manufactured ladders
    13.5Position and stability
    13.6Use restrictions
    Division 3 — Work Platforms
    13.7Access
    13.8General requirements
    13.9Lines supporting work platforms
    13.10Hooks and clamps
    13.11Engineering required
    13.12Removal from service
    Division 4 — Scaffolds
    13.13Responsibilities
    13.14Scaffold platforms
    13.15Manufactured components
    13.16Lumber for structural components
    13.17Scaffold stability
    13.18Connections
    13.19Electrical hazards
    Division 5 — Movable Work Platforms
    13.20Marking of the equipment
    13.21Manuals
    13.22Maintenance of records
    13.23Testing
    13.24Work platforms on wheels
    13.25Warning devices on elevating work platforms
    13.26Controls on elevating work platforms
    13.27Cranes and hoists used to suspend work platforms
    13.28Two-blocking
    13.29Hoisting and lowering work platforms
    13.30Lift truck mounted work platforms
    13.31Powered platforms
    13.32Work in high risk situations
    13.33Fall protection
    Part 14 — Cranes and Hoists
    14.1Definitions
    14.1.1Application
    General Requirements
    14.2Standards
    14.3Identification
    14.4Repealed
    14.5Rated capacity indication
    14.6Repealed
    14.7Boom angle indicator
    14.8Boom extension and load radius indicators
    14.9Logging exemption
    14.10Reeved-in devices
    14.11Support structure
    14.12Manual and instructions
    14.13Inspection, maintenance and repair
    14.14Inspection and maintenance records
    14.15Modifications
    14.16Certification required
    14.16.1Certification following misadventure
    14.17Access and egress
    14.18Audible warning
    14.19Drop stops
    14.20Rail end stops
    14.21Fenders
    14.22Securing pins
    14.23Boom stops
    14.24Molten metal
    14.25Repealed
    14.26Sheave guards
    14.27Ungrounded supply
    14.28Controls
    14.29Operator protection
    14.30Cab windows
    14.31Operator's seat
    14.32Storage
    14.33Fire extinguisher
    Equipment Operation
    14.34Operator qualifications
    14.34.1Operator certification
    14.35Pre-use inspection
    14.36Load weight
    14.37Calibration
    14.37.1Operator's duties
    14.38Safe lifting
    14.39Contact with loads and structures
    14.40Swing and shear hazards
    14.41Position of equipment
    14.42Tandem lift
    14.42.1Critical lift
    14.43Travelling with a load
    14.44Loads over work areas
    14.45Unattended loads
    14.46Vertical load line
    14.47Signals
    14.48Alternative to hand signals
    14.49Dedicated radio system
    14.49.1Communication between equipment operators
    14.50Unhooking loads
    14.51Riding hook or load
    14.52Induced voltage
    14.52.1Work near high voltage
    14.53Repealed
    Bridge, Gantry and Overhead Travelling Cranes
    14.54Operational and running tests
    14.54.1Detailed inspection
    14.55Uptravel limit
    14.56Electrical conductors
    14.57Power shutoff
    14.58Direction markings
    Pneumatically Powered Hoists and Winches
    14.59Pneumatically powered hoists
    14.60Repealed
    Manually Powered Hoists
    14.61Brakes
    14.62Crank handles
    Mobile Cranes, Boom Trucks and Sign Trucks
    14.63Repealed
    14.64Load weight indicators
    14.65Repealed
    14.66Level turntable
    14.67Outriggers and stabilizers
    14.68Tires
    14.69Supporting surface
    14.70Travelling with a load
    14.71Annual inspection
    14.72Boom inspection
    14.73Sign trucks
    Tower Cranes
    14.73.1Definition
    14.73.2Tower crane erection
    14.74Tower crane support
    14.75Before use
    14.76Identification
    14.77Structural inspection
    14.78Structures kept clean
    14.79Manual and records
    14.80Counterweights and ballasts
    14.81Limit devices
    14.82Test blocks
    14.83Operator's cab
    14.84Monitoring jib swing
    14.84.1Overlapping operating zones
    14.85Clearance and freedom to slew
    14.86Repealed
    14.87Repealed
    14.88Access
    14.89-14.90Repealed
    14.91Hoisting ropes
    14.92Wind limitations
    14.93Temperature limitations
    14.94-14.95Repealed
    Construction Material Hoists
    14.96Certifications and instructions
    14.97Rider restriction
    14.98Notices
    14.99-14.115Repealed
    Chimney Hoists
    14.116Permission to use
    14.117Certification
    14.118Support structures
    14.119Load rating
    14.120-14.132Repealed
    Schedule 14-A
    Part 15 — Rigging
    15.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    15.2Qualified riggers
    15.3Detaching loads
    15.4Use of rigging
    15.5Component identification
    15.6Design factors
    Table 15-1: Minimum design factors for rigging
    15.7Wire rope on mobile cranes
    15.8Natural fibre rope
    15.9Wedge socket connections
    15.10Open hook restriction
    15.11Securing pins
    15.12Replacing pins
    15.13Repealed
    15.14Securing ropes to drums
    15.15Wraps required
    15.16Reeving lines
    15.17Sheaves
    15.18Guylines
    15.19Spooling rope
    15.20Hand signals
    Figure 15-1: Standard hand signals for controlling crane operations-crawler, locomotive and truck cranes
    15.21Termination efficiencies
    Figure 15-2: Termination efficiencies
    15.22Wire rope clips
    15.23Wire rope splices
    Table 15-2: Installation and use of wire rope clips
    15.24Restriction on fold back eyes
    15.25Wire rope rejection criteria
    15.26Nonrotating wire rope
    15.27Contact with electric arc
    15.28Welding
    15.29Hook rejection criteria
    Slings
    15.30Standards
    15.31Inspection before use
    15.32Makeshift fitting prohibition
    15.33WLL of slings
    15.34Sling angles
    Table 15-3: WLL reductions for slings at an angle
    15.35Repealed
    15.36Proof-testing slings
    15.37Storage
    15.38Knots
    15.39Sharp edges
    15.40Slinging loads
    15.41Multiple piece lifts
    Wire Rope Slings
    15.42Sling identification
    15.43Rejection criteria
    15.44Prohibited slings
    15.45Temperature restrictions
    Alloy Steel Chain Slings
    15.46Sling identification
    15.47Chain for hoisting
    15.48Chain removal criteria
    15.49Chain wear
    Table 15-4: Allowable chain wear
    15.50Periodic inspection
    15.51Temperature restriction
    Synthetic Web Slings
    15.52Sling identification
    15.53Temperature restriction
    15.54Synthetic web sling rejection criteria
    Figure 15-3: Examples of synthetic web sling rejection criteria
    Metal Mesh Slings
    15.55Sling identification
    15.56Rejection criteria
    Below-the-hook Lifting Devices
    15.57Standards
    15.58WLL
    15.59Identification
    15.60Part of lifted load
    Part 16 — Mobile Equipment
    16.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    16.2Application
    16.3Operation and maintenance
    16.4Competency of operators
    16.5Operator's responsibility
    16.6Supervisor's responsibility
    16.7Standards
    16.8Warning signal device — backup alarm
    16.8.1Warning signal device — extended component
    16.9Lights
    16.10Rear view mirrors
    16.11Window standards
    16.12Maintenance
    16.13Braking requirements
    16.14Supplementary steering
    16.15Steering wheel knobs
    16.16Safe starting
    16.17Escape from a cab
    16.18Controls
    16.19Load handling attachments
    16.20Load ratings
    Guards
    16.21Protective structures
    16.22Rollover protective structures
    16.23ROPS standards
    16.24ROPS certification
    16.25ROPS identification
    16.26Effect of ROPS on visibility
    16.27Shear hazards
    16.28Guarding moving parts
    Seat Requirements and Rider Restrictions
    16.29Operator's seat
    16.30Restricted access
    16.31Rider restriction
    Seat Belts
    16.32Provision
    16.33Use
    Operating Requirements
    16.34Start of shift inspection
    16.35Securing tools and equipment
    16.36Unattended equipment
    16.37Securing elevated loads
    16.38Assistance on grades
    16.39Swinging equipment
    16.40Clearance
    16.41Boarding/leaving
    16.42Obstructed view
    16.43Pedestrian and equipment traffic
    16.44Securing loads
    16.45Restraint for cylindrical objects
    16.46Lift truck loads
    Tire Servicing
    16.47Training
    16.48Equipment and procedures
    All-terrain Vehicles
    16.49Prohibited use
    16.50Modifications
    16.51Operator's manual
    16.52Use on sloping ground
    16.53Operator training
    16.54Personal protective equipment
    16.55Loading and unloading
    Part 17 — Transportation of Workers
    General Requirements
    17.01Definitions
    17.1Application
    17.1.1General responsibilities
    17.1.2Provision for seating and seat belt assemblies
    17.2Employer's responsibility
    17.2.1Operator responsibility
    17.2.2General operation requirements
    17.2.3Provision for seat belts
    17.3Repealed
    17.4Riding restrictions
    17.5Securing equipment
    17.5.1Gross vehicle weight rating
    17.6Hazardous materials
    17.7Carrying animals
    17.8Passenger compartments
    17.9Boarding and leaving
    Worker Transportation Vehicles Not Designed for Use on Highways
    17.10Vehicle design
    17.11Repealed
    17.12Seating design
    17.13Seating capacity
    17.14Aisles
    Marine Craft
    17.15Repealed
    17.16Repealed
    17.17Safety standards
    17.18Operation
    17.19-17.21Repealed
    17.22Communication
    17.23Vessel preparation
    17.24Maintenance and inspection
    17.25Anti-skid covering
    17.26Lighting
    Aircraft
    17.27Repealed
    Part 18 — Traffic Control
    General Requirements
    18.1Definitions
    18.2Responsibility
    18.3Standards for traffic control
    18.4Supervision
    18.5Placement of traffic control signs and devices
    Traffic Control Persons (TCPs)
    18.6Use of a traffic control person
    18.7Traffic control person to remain on duty
    18.8Location of traffic control persons
    Equipment for Traffic Control Persons
    18.9Operations during daytime
    18.10Operations during nighttime or poor visibility
    18.11Equipment maintenance
    Directions and Signals by Traffic Control Persons
    18.12Precise motions
    18.13Standard signals between traffic control persons
    18.14Standard signals for traffic
    Other Requirements
    18.15Dust control
    18.16Long periods of delay
    18.17Towing and recovery operations
    Figure 18-1: Arm signals between traffic control persons
    Figure 18-2: Arm signals for traffic control
    Part 19 — Electrical Safety
    19.1Definitions
    General Electrical Requirements
    19.2Repealed
    19.3Poles and structures
    19.4Obstructions on poles
    19.5Informing workers
    19.6Service rooms
    19.7Space around equipment
    19.8Testing equipment
    19.9Insulated elevating work platform
    Working on Low Voltage Electrical Equipment
    19.10Disconnection and lockout
    19.11Warning signs
    19.12Working close to energized equipment
    19.13Identification of controls
    19.14Grounding portable equipment
    19.15Ground fault circuit interrupters
    Working on High Voltage Electrical Equipment
    19.16Isolation and lockout
    19.17Warning signs
    Working on De-energized High Voltage Power Systems
    19.18Isolation and lockout
    19.19Person in charge
    19.20Switching sequences
    19.21Isolating devices
    19.22Grounding and blocking
    19.23Multiple authorities
    Minimum Separation Distance to be Maintained from Energized High Voltage Electrical Equipment and Conductors
    19.24Informing workers about high voltage electrical equipment and conductors
    19.24.1Minimum approach distance when working close to exposed electrical equipment and conductors
    Table 19-1A
    19.24.2Minimum clearance distance when passing under exposed electrical equipment and conductors
    Table 19-1B
    19.25Assurance in writing
    19.26Assurance not practicable
    19.27Specially trained
    Table 19-2: Adjusted limits of approach
    19.28Emergency work
    19.29Authorization by owner
    Tree Pruning and Falling near Energized Conductors
    19.30Preliminary inspection
    19.31Work in a hazardous area
    19.32Qualifications
    19.33Site crew requirements
    19.34Limits of approach
    Table 19-3: Limits of approach for utility arborists
    19.34.1Crossing the neutral conductor
    Table 19-4
    19.35Tree pruning and falling equipment
    Control Systems
    19.36General requirements
    19.37Programmable control systems
    19.38Automatic control systems
    19.39Remote control systems
    19.40Wireless remote control
    Electrofishing
    19.41General requirements
    19.42Repealed
    19.43Manufacturer's instructions
    Part 20 — Construction, Excavation and Demolition
    20.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    20.1AQualified contractor
    20.2Notice of project
    20.2.1Notice of project — hazardous substances
    20.3Coordination of multiple employer workplaces
    Safe Work Areas and Safe Access
    20.4Safe access
    20.5Temporary floors
    20.6Design loads
    20.7Repealed
    20.8Repealed
    20.9Protection from falling materials
    20.10Chutes
    20.11Repealed
    20.12Glass panels
    20.13Thrust-out crane landing platforms
    20.14Temporary support
    20.14.1Fills
    20.14.2Stockpiles
    20.14.3Unstable face of a stockpile
    Bridges and Similar Structures
    20.15Drawings and special procedures
    20.16Walkways
    Concrete Falsework and Formwork
    20.16.1Definitions
    20.16.2Application
    20.17Worksite-specific plans required for specified formwork
    20.18Certification of worksite-specific plans by professional engineer
    20.19Continuity of engineering
    20.20Information for worksite-specific plans
    20.21Application drawings and supplementary instructions for flyforms
    20.22Flyform handling
    20.23Supervision
    20.24Equipment requirements
    20.25Concrete placing hazards
    20.26Inspections
    Concrete Pumping
    20.26.1Definition
    20.26.2Application of regulation
    20.26.3Standards
    20.27Equipment identification
    20.28Manufacturer's, supplier's or integrator's manual
    20.29Inspection and maintenance records
    20.30Pre-use inspection
    20.30.1Design and construction
    20.31Controls
    20.32Hydraulic cylinders
    20.33Marking weight
    20.34Lifting a pump
    20.35Securing a pump
    20.36Repealed
    20.37Agitator guarding
    20.38Engine exhaust
    20.39Housekeeping
    20.40Outriggers
    20.41Repealed
    20.42Pipe diameter and thickness
    20.43Pipe clamps
    20.44Delivery pipe
    20.45Restraining devices
    20.46Concrete pump lines
    20.47Equipment inspection
    20.48Repair and modification
    20.48.1Installation of mast
    20.49Boom and mast weight
    20.50-20.52Repealed
    20.53Repealed
    20.54Hopper signal device
    Tilt-up Building Construction
    20.55Specifications and plans
    20.56Design requirements
    20.57Panel handling
    20.58Inspections
    20.59Brace removal
    Concrete Pre-stressing and Post-tensioning
    20.60General requirements
    20.61Signalling devices and restricted areas
    20.62Strand measuring
    20.63Guarding during pre-stressing operations
    20.64Deflecting devices
    20.65Detensioning and strand cutting procedures
    20.66Strand vises and hydraulic devices
    20.67Hydraulic equipment
    20.68Platform width
    20.69Blowouts
    20.70Tendon handling
    20.71Securing jacks
    Open Web Joists and Trusses
    20.72Erection instructions
    Roof Work
    20.73Repealed
    20.74Crawl boards and ladders
    20.75Steep roof requirements
    20.76Chutes and hoists
    20.77Mechanical equipment
    Excavations
    20.78Work standards
    20.79Underground utility services
    20.80Removing nearby hazards
    20.81Sloping and shoring requirements
    20.82Timber shoring and grades
    20.83Safe shoring procedures
    20.84Repealed
    20.85Trench support structures
    20.86Spoil piles
    20.87Entry and exit
    20.88Guarding
    20.89Excavation crossings
    20.90Excavated materials
    20.91Use of skips or buckets
    20.92Scaling and trimming
    20.93Height limitations
    20.94Positioning equipment
    20.95Water accumulation
    Table 20-1: Trench support structures
    Figure 20-1: Sloping in lieu of shoring
    Figure 20-2: Benching in lieu of shoring
    Figure 20-3: Combined supporting and sloping
    Scaling Operations
    20.96Definitions
    20.97Work from top down
    20.98Rappelling and work positioning systems
    20.99Rappelling ropes
    20.100Anchors and other hardware
    20.101Harnesses
    Marine Construction, Pile Driving and Dredging
    20.102Suspended work platforms
    20.103Hoisting piles
    20.104Operator protection
    20.105Exhaust discharge
    20.106Chocking the hammer
    20.107Pile heads
    20.108Cracked hammer
    20.109Splicing
    20.110Walkway on discharge line
    Demolition
    20.111Structural integrity
    20.112Hazardous materials
    20.113Disconnecting utility services
    20.114Glass removal
    20.115Repealed
    20.116Protection from falling materials
    20.117Throwing material
    20.118Stabilizing walls
    20.119Dismantling buildings
    20.120Housekeeping
    20.121Stairways
    Work in Compressed Air
    20.122Medical fitness
    20.123Compliance with standards
    Part 21 — Blasting Operations
    21.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    21.2Employer's responsibility
    21.3Dangerous incident reports
    21.4Blasting log
    21.5Authority to blast
    21.6Repealed
    21.7Training
    Certification
    21.8Qualifications
    21.9Misrepresentation
    21.10Examination
    21.11Recording certificates
    21.12Custody of certificates
    21.13Suspension of duties
    21.14Submitting reports
    21.15Suspension of certificates
    Storage
    21.16Detonators
    21.17Worksite storage
    21.18Communication
    21.19Magazine condition
    21.20Cord
    21.21Separate handling
    Transportation
    21.22Vehicle operation
    21.23Flammable materials
    21.24Transportation of explosives
    21.25Mobile drill rigs
    21.26Repealed
    21.27Contact with metal
    21.28Emergency procedures
    21.29Safe operation
    21.30Vehicle load limit
    21.31Firefighting equipment
    21.32Trailer transportation
    21.33Railroad and highway crossings
    21.34Prior servicing
    21.35Overnight parking
    Handling Explosives
    21.36General
    21.37Defective explosives
    21.38Cold temperatures
    21.39Abandoned explosives
    21.40Ignition sources prohibited
    21.41Containers
    Drilling
    21.42Predrilling requirements
    21.43Drilling prohibitions
    21.44Drill hole size
    Loading
    21.45Priming
    21.46Carrying
    21.47Cartridges
    21.48Loading tools
    21.49Electrical storms
    21.50Guarding loaded holes
    21.51Vehicles
    21.52Springing holes
    21.53Connecting detonating cord
    21.54Shock tubes
    21.55Pneumatic loading
    Safety Fuse Initiation
    21.56Safety fuse assemblies
    21.57Lighting safety fuse
    Electrical Initiation
    21.58Stray currents
    21.59Extraneous currents
    21.60Static electricity
    21.61Radio frequency precautions
    21.62Mobile transmitters
    21.63Testing electric blasting circuits
    21.63.1Confirming electronic detonator integrity
    21.64Capacity of blasting machines
    21.65Firing from power lines
    Firing
    21.66Blaster's responsibility
    21.67Firing lines
    21.68Firing all holes
    21.69Blasting signals
    21.70Posting warning procedures
    Returning to the Blast Site
    21.71After the blast
    21.72Electrical blasting
    21.73Misfires
    Misfire Procedures
    21.74Blast site examination
    21.75Unfired explosives
    21.76Removing loose material
    21.77Marking and detonating
    21.78Safety fuse reblast
    21.79No relighting
    21.80Drilling for refiring
    21.81Extracting explosives
    Specialized Blasting Operations
    21.82Underwater blasting
    21.83Special effects blasting
    21.84Seismic blasting
    21.85Avalanche control
    Part 22 — Underground Workings
    22.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    22.2Application
    22.3Work methods
    22.4New or unusual situations
    22.5Preconstruction meeting
    22.6Notice of project
    22.7Underground record
    22.8Hours of work
    22.9Additional first aid
    22.10Retroreflective devices
    22.11Self-rescuers
    Supervision of Workers
    22.12Appointment of underground working supervisor
    22.12.1Role of underground working supervisor
    22.13Underground worker health and safety representative
    22.14Impaired persons
    Working Requirements
    22.15Responsibility for ventilation
    22.16Prior approval
    22.17Qualified person
    22.18Mechanical ventilation
    22.19Air flow
    22.20Portal fan
    22.21Auxiliary fan
    22.22Modifications
    22.23Malfunction
    22.24Unventilated areas
    22.25Duct air testing
    22.26Welding fumes
    22.27Heating underground air
    22.28Heating equipment
    22.29Other heating devices
    22.30Atmospheric testing
    22.31Testing during construction
    22.32Additional tests
    22.33Radioactivity survey
    22.34Electrical installations
    22.35Communications
    22.36Illumination
    22.37Cap lamps
    22.38Maintenance
    22.39Auxiliary lighting
    22.40Battery charging stations
    22.41Pipelines
    22.42Water control
    22.43Dams
    22.44Transportation of workers
    22.45Transportation of workers by rail
    22.46Shaft conveyances
    Emergency Requirements
    22.47Procedures
    22.48Coordination
    22.49Evacuation procedure
    22.50Refuge stations
    22.51Rescue workers
    22.52Self-contained breathing apparatus
    22.53Dangerous conditions
    22.54Fire prevention and control
    22.55Flammable gas restriction
    22.56Equipment fire extinguishers
    22.57Accounting for workers
    Entrance to Underground Working
    22.58General requirement
    22.59Structures at the entrance
    22.60Projecting support system
    22.61Spill control
    Ground Control
    22.62General requirement
    22.63During excavation
    22.64Shotcrete
    22.65Operator protection
    Drilling
    22.66Probe holes
    22.67Connecting to existing workings
    22.68Blasting at adjacent sites
    22.69Inspection before abandonment
    Underground Use of Explosives
    22.70Transport of explosives
    22.71Mechanical haulage
    22.72Transport by track haulage
    22.73Underground storage of explosives
    22.74Restriction on ignition sources
    22.75Fume class
    22.76Blasting line
    22.77Remote initiation
    22.78Water spray
    22.79Return to blasting site
    22.80Work restriction
    Mechanical Excavation
    22.81Dust control
    22.82Work clearance
    22.83Elevated work
    Fixed and Mobile Equipment in Underground Working
    22.84Logs
    22.85Internal combustion engines
    22.86Fire suppression
    22.87Hoses carrying flammable liquid
    22.88Operating requirements
    Underground Haulage
    22.89Traffic control
    22.90Clearance for mechanical haulage
    22.91Track haulage and mucking equipment
    22.92Equipment hazard area
    22.93Switching
    22.94Derailed equipment
    22.95Track haulage operations
    22.96Rail tracks and switches
    Trackless Loading and Hauling
    22.97Automated and remote control systems
    22.98Clearance lights
    22.99Road maintenance
    Waste Dumps and Spoil Areas
    22.100General requirement
    22.101Dumping procedures
    22.102Reversing when dumping
    22.103Dump worker
    22.104Track waste dump
    22.105Electrical trolley systems
    Figure 22-1: Standard hand signals for controlling mobile equipment movement
    Raises
    22.106General requirement
    22.107Guarding the bottom of the raise
    22.108Explosives
    22.109Suspended drill platforms
    22.110Raise climbers
    22.111Identification plate
    22.112General brake requirements
    22.113Electrically powered raise climbers
    22.114Brake components
    22.115Guarding
    22.116Controls
    22.117Electric equipment
    22.118Work platforms
    22.119Prohibition
    22.120Safety factor
    22.121Bolts
    22.122Racks and pinions
    22.123Repealed
    22.124Communication
    22.125Inspection before use
    22.126Limits and travel stops
    22.127Equipment maintenance
    22.128Operator's duties
    22.129Reporting defects
    22.130Repair requirements
    22.131Emergency procedures
    22.132Maximum load
    22.133Riding restriction
    22.134After blast monitoring
    22.135Transporting material
    22.136Electrical shut off
    22.137Cleaning
    Hoists and Shafts
    22.138General requirement
    22.139Shaft openings
    22.140Access ways
    22.141Repealed
    Large Diameter Holes
    22.142General requirement
    22.143Vertical holes
    22.144Limiting descent
    22.145Water in the hole
    22.146Horizontal holes
    Gassy Underground Workings
    22.147Written notice
    22.148Worker instruction
    22.149Atmospheric testing
    22.150Automatic alarm
    22.151Ventilation
    22.152Ventilation malfunction
    22.153Air velocity
    22.154No smoking
    22.155Welding and burning
    22.156Prohibited metals
    22.157Flame arresters
    22.158Mechanical excavators
    22.159Fire resistant fluids
    22.160Combustible dusts
    Part 23 — Oil and Gas
    23.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    23.2Application
    23.3Repealed
    23.4Coordination of multi-employer workplaces
    23.5Safe work procedures
    23.6Control of static electricity
    23.7Fire hazards
    23.8Control of ignition sources
    23.9Flare pits and flare lines
    23.10Fire extinguishers
    Table 23-1: Minimum requirements for firefighting equipment
    23.11Air operating systems
    23.12Pipelines, fittings and valves
    23.13Hose connections
    23.14Pumps
    23.15-23.16Repealed
    23.17Pipe racks
    23.18Handling pipe
    23.19Kelly hose and safety lines
    23.20Catheads
    23.21Rigging up and tearing out
    23.22Driver training
    23.23Steep slopes
    23.24Roads
    23.25Transporting liquids
    23.26Gauging
    23.26.1Liquefied gas used for purging or gauging operations or well stimulation
    Geophysical Operations
    23.27Power line and upset hazards
    23.28Seismic drills
    23.29Communications on vehicles
    23.30Repealed
    Drilling and Servicing Rigs
    23.31Size of work area
    23.32Inspection and repair
    23.33Rig moves
    23.34List of weights
    23.35Prohibited work areas
    23.36SCBA
    23.37Blowout preventers
    23.38Spudding in
    23.39.1Emergency escape systems
    23.39.2Emergency escape system 1
    23.39.3Emergency escape system 2
    23.40Draw works controls
    23.41Stabbing boards
    23.42Derrick enclosures
    23.43Ventilation openings
    23.44Pits and tanks
    23.45Ladder platforms
    23.46Derrick floor access stairways
    23.47Guardrails
    23.48Hoisting lines
    23.49Travelling blocks
    23.50Hand guards
    23.51Riding hoisting equipment
    23.52Guards
    23.53Crown blocks
    23.54Securing fingers
    23.55Counterweight safety lines
    23.56Weight indicators
    23.57Brakes
    23.58Drill pipes, collars and tubing
    23.59Mud cans
    23.60Rotary tongs
    23.61Rotary table
    23.62Fuel storage
    23.63Guylines
    Drill Stem Testing, Swabbing, Cementing, Well Servicing and Stimulation
    23.64General requirements
    23.64.1Snubbing operations
    23.65Swabbing at night
    23.66Gauging
    23.67Disposal of fluids
    23.68Air intake and exhaust
    23.69Flow piping systems — integrity assurance program
    23.69.1Flow piping systems — selection, installation and operation
    23.69.2Flow piping systems — restraint systems
    23.69.3Flow piping systems — other requirements
    23.70Piping, hoses and valves
    23.71High risk fluids
    23.72Pressure testing requirements
    23.73Hot oiling
    23.74Bonding and grounding
    Production and Plant Operations
    23.75Preventing ignition
    23.76Blanking of lines
    23.77Retaining walls and diked areas
    23.78Truck loading and unloading
    23.79Pressure relief
    23.80Venting of trucks
    23.81Wrenches
    Cleaning and Repairing Tanks or Vessels
    23.82Inerting
    23.83Safety harnesses
    23.84Welding precautions
    23.85Openings
    23.86Electrical equipment
    23.87Repealed
    Gas Sample Containers
    23.88Standards
    23.89Safe practices
    Part 24 — Diving, Fishing and Other Marine Operations
    24.1Definitions
    Wharves, Docks and Mooring Floats
    24.2Ladders
    24.3Lifesaving equipment
    24.4Curbs, bullrails, guardrails and barriers
    24.5Markings
    24.6Rescue boat
    Diving Operations
    General Requirements
    24.7Application
    24.8Repealed
    24.9Notice of project
    24.10Medical certification
    24.11Diver's fitness
    24.12Training
    24.13Evidence of competency
    24.14Diving logs
    24.15Dive site equipment
    24.16Lifelines
    24.17Safe diving procedures
    24.18Diving supervisor's worksite duties
    24.19Crew briefing
    24.20Diver's responsibilities
    24.21Diving tables
    24.22Decompression procedures
    24.23Diver care and transportation
    24.24Medical alert tag
    24.25Hyperbaric chambers
    24.26Breathing mediums
    24.27Breathing apparatus
    24.28Compressor intake
    24.29Gauges and meters
    24.30Warning devices
    24.31Rescue boat
    24.32Hoists
    24.33Standby diver
    24.34Incident investigation reports
    Scuba Diving
    24.35Communication
    24.36Minimum crew
    24.37Restrictions on scuba
    24.38Equipment
    24.39Testing cylinders
    Surface Supply Diving
    24.40Minimum crew
    24.41Diver's tender
    24.42Diver's equipment
    24.43Compressors
    24.44Volume tanks
    24.45Breathing air filters
    24.46Manifolds and fittings
    24.47Breathing gas lines
    Deep Diving
    24.48General requirements
    24.49Hyperbaric chamber
    24.50Transportation to the underwater worksite
    24.51Rest periods
    Submersible Compression Chambers (SCC) and Lock-Out Submersibles (LOS)
    24.52Standards
    24.53General equipment requirements
    24.54Design
    24.55Lifting gear
    24.56Secondary lifting equipment
    24.57Diving system procedures
    Atmospheric Diving Systems (ADS)
    24.58Registration
    24.59General equipment requirements
    24.60Secondary means of surfacing
    24.61Secondary lifting equipment
    Altitude Diving
    24.62General procedures
    Specific Diving Hazards
    24.63Hazardous mechanisms
    24.64Intakes, pipes and tunnels
    24.65Exceptional hazards
    24.66Contaminated environments
    Live Boating
    24.67General requirements
    24.68Procedures
    Fishing Operations
    General Requirements
    24.69Application
    24.70Compliance with standards
    24.71Owner and master responsibilities
    24.72Documentation
    24.73Instruction
    24.74Emergency procedures
    24.75Crewmember responsibility
    24.76Vessel preparation
    24.77Reporting injuries
    24.78Unsafe conditions
    24.79Repealed
    24.80Slipping and tripping hazards
    24.81Guarding of equipment
    24.82Inspection of rigging
    24.83Access and egress
    24.84Protection from falling
    24.85Deck openings
    24.86De-energization
    24.87Equipment control devices
    24.88Braking devices
    24.89Illumination
    24.90Ventilation
    24.91Propane installations
    24.92Galley requirements
    24.93Requirements for sensors and alarms
    24.94-24.95Repealed
    24.96Protection against cold
    24.96.1When crewmember must wear a personal flotation device (PFD) or lifejacket
    24.96.2Crewmember working alone
    24.96.3Record of inspection and maintenance
    24.97Crewmember overboard
    24.98Davits
    24.99Communication
    24.100Ozone generators
    24.101Loading and offloading
    24.102Work areas and operations
    24.103Proper lifting
    Requirements for Specific Fishing Operations
    Gillnetting
    Salmon
    24.104Drums
    24.105Pin rollers
    Herring
    24.106Work areas and safeguarding
    24.107Fouled propellers
    24.108Hauling net anchors
    24.109Brailers
    24.110Towing skiffs
    Handlining
    24.111Gloves
    Longlining
    24.112Setting procedures
    24.113Knives
    24.114Guarding
    24.115Hoisting device
    Seining
    General Requirements
    24.116Hairpins and ringstrippers
    24.117Spooling gear
    24.118Lifting the bag
    24.119Drum operation
    24.120Brailing
    24.121Purse rings
    24.122Pumps
    24.123Drying up
    24.124Power blocks
    Seine Skiffs
    24.125Communication
    24.126Skiff design
    24.127Equipment stowage
    24.128Repealed
    24.129Engine exhaust
    24.130Capsize protection
    Beachline Operations
    24.131Instruction
    24.132Tie-up sites
    24.133Personal protective equipment
    24.134Night operations
    Trap Fishing
    24.135Master's responsibility
    24.136Securing traps
    24.137Lifelines
    Trawling
    24.138Safe work procedures
    24.139Securing areas and equipment
    24.140Splitting straps
    Trolling
    24.141Trolling poles
    24.142Gurdy brakes
    24.143Cockpit covers
    Part 25 — Camps
    Part 26 — Forestry Operations and Similar Activities
    26.1Definitions
    General Requirements
    26.1.1Prime contractor requirements for forestry operations
    26.1.2Multiple-employer workplace
    26.2Planning and conducting a forestry operation
    26.3Training
    26.3.1Forestry operation fire fighting
    26.4Notice of project
    26.5Initial safety meeting
    26.6Repealed
    26.7Highly visible clothing
    26.7.1Climbing equipment
    26.7.2Weather conditions
    26.8Cutting cables
    26.9Repealed
    26.10Metal in saw logs
    26.11Dangerous trees
    26.12Repealed
    Equipment Operation
    26.12.1Equipment capabilities
    26.12.2Radio controlled equipment
    26.13Non-slip floors and controls
    26.13.1Equipment operator protections
    26.13.2Maintaining operator vision
    26.13.3Mobile yarders
    26.13.4Saw chain shot
    26.14Repealed
    26.14.1Hazard area of logging equipment
    26.14.2Designated safe work area
    26.14.3Traffic control
    26.15Repealed
    26.16Slope limitations
    26.17Repealed
    26.18Landslides
    26.19-26.20Repealed
    Manual Falling and Bucking
    26.20.1Application
    26.21Faller qualifications
    26.22Forestry operation faller training
    26.22.1Falling supervisors for forestry operations
    26.23Procedures for falling and bucking
    26.24Responsibility for falling and bucking
    26.25Dangerous trees and logs
    26.26Falling dangerous trees
    26.27Location of fallers
    26.28Summoning assistance
    26.29Entry to falling area
    Mechanical Falling
    26.29.1Application
    26.29.2Limits on use of mechanical harvester
    26.29.3Incomplete falling cuts
    26.29.4Hazard area
    26.29.5No additional hazards
    Traffic Control for Falling Operations
    26.30Traffic control
    Yarding
    26.31Repealed
    26.32-26.33Repealed
    26.33.1Application
    26.34Signalling
    26.35-26.37Repealed
    26.38Riding on rigging
    26.39Safe location
    26.39.1Removal of potential hazards to rigging
    26.40Anchors
    26.41Guylines
    Figure 26-1: Positioning guylines for mobile yarders
    26.42Rigging
    26.43Supporting blocks
    26.44Winches
    26.45Prohibition of knots
    26.46Skyline anchors
    26.47Skyline extensions
    26.48Skyline spars
    26.49Skyline rigging
    26.50Backspar guylines
    26.51Lift trees
    26.52Repealed
    Skidding
    26.53Ground skidding operations
    26.54Repealed
    26.55Mainline release
    Forestry Work Areas
    26.56Work area arrangement
    26.57-26.58Repealed
    26.59Suspended logs
    26.60Repealed
    26.61Vehicle movements
    26.62Repealed
    26.63Unauthorized persons
    26.64Bunk and stake assemblies
    Hauling
    26.65Cab guard
    26.66Bunks and stakes
    26.67Loading logs
    26.68Binders
    26.69Binder removal
    26.70-26.71Repealed
    26.71.1Operating procedures
    26.71.2Daily log
    26.72Warning devices
    26.73-26.75Repealed
    26.76Securing trailers
    26.77Assistance on steep grades
    26.78Transporting workers
    Roads and Road Maintenance
    26.79Haul road standards
    26.80Creating additional hazards
    26.81Bull rails
    26.82Roadside hazards
    26.83Traffic control systems
    26.83.1Radio traffic control
    26.84Weigh scales
    Water Operations
    26.85Condition of boats
    26.86Boat equipment
    26.87Boat size
    26.88Overloading
    26.89Presence of operator
    26.90Wind and sea conditions
    26.91Hand signals
    26.92Repealed
    26.93General requirements for booming
    26.94Rigging
    26.95Winches
    26.96Manual boom stripping
    26.97Repealed
    26.98Dumping log bundles
    26.99Repealed
    Table 26-1: Audible call signals
    Table 26-2: Audible signals for vehicle operations
    Table 26-3: Audible signals for high lead logging
    Table 26-4: Audible signals for slackline logging
    Table 26-5: Audible signals for mechanical slack pulling and drop line carriages on skyline yarders or running skyline yarders (as applicable)
    Table 26-6: Requirements for radio controlled carriages
    Table 26-7: Hand signals
    Table 26-8: Voice commands for grapple yarders
    Part 27 — Wood Products Manufacturing
    27.1Application
    General Requirements
    27.2Protection from flying debris
    27.3Kickback and kickout protection
    27.4Pressure rolls
    27.5Crossing green chains and decks
    27.6Lumber package rollcase access
    27.7Mechanical handlers
    27.8Veneer clippers
    27.9Kilns
    27.10Personnel hoists
    27.11Hidden hazards
    27.12Communication
    27.13Water operations
    Saws and Knives
    27.14Unattended machinery
    27.15Sharpening saws and knives
    27.16Babbitt melting
    27.17Sharp-edged tools
    27.18Circular saw guarding
    27.19Band saw guarding
    27.20Slasher and trim saws
    27.21Circular cutoff saws
    27.22Splitters
    27.23Chop, trim and swing cutoff saws
    27.24Circular saw guides
    27.25Cutoff saw interlocks
    27.26Saw operator location
    27.27Repealed
    27.28Saw maintenance
    27.29Cracks in circular saws
    Table 27-1: Circular saw crack limits
    27.30Cracks in band saws
    Table 27-2: Band saw crack limits
    27.31Band saw wheel wear limits
    Log Handling
    27.32Log-haul walkways
    27.33Log hauling equipment
    27.34Rolling logs
    27.35Barker feed restraints
    27.36Bundle breaking
    Headrigs
    27.37Buffer stops
    27.38Locking control levers
    27.39Carriage track barriers
    27.40Preventing contact
    Chippers, Hogs and Planers
    27.41Hog and chipper chutes
    27.42Hogs, chippers and cutting heads
    Materials Handling
    27.43Height of chip and sawdust piles
    27.44Wood products storage
    Shake and Shingle Mills
    27.45Shake splitters and cubers
    27.46Block size and pile height
    27.47Shingle saws
    27.48Shake resaw arm guards
    27.49Clipper saw guards
    27.50Clipper saw brakes
    27.51Treadle controls
    27.52Set works and reciprocating parts
    27.53Carriage speed
    27.54Saw diameter
    27.55Unattended machines
    Part 28 — Agriculture
    28.1Definitions
    28.2Application
    Division 1 — General Conditions
    28.3Cold storage rooms
    28.4Bridges and culverts
    28.5Barriers for manure pits
    28.6Instruction of seasonal, temporary and other workers
    28.7Animal handling
    28.8Indoor air quality exception
    28.9Control of environmental tobacco smoke and e-cigarette vapour exception
    28.10Drinking water
    Division 2 — Hazardous Substances
    28.11Personal hygiene
    28.12Repealed
    28.13Anhydrous ammonia
    28.14Ventilation of buildings near manure tanks
    Division 3 — Personal Protective Equipment
    28.15Horseback riding exception
    Division 4 — Equipment
    28.16Warning signs for power take-off devices
    28.17Signs and procedures for equipment guarding
    28.18Hay balers
    28.19Round balers
    28.20Post-hole diggers
    28.21Post drivers
    28.22Chain saws exception
    28.23Hand winch for auger conveyors
    28.24Alternative means of evaluation for automotive lifts and vehicle supports
    28.25Orchard ladders exception
    28.26Orchard ladders design
    28.27Orchard ladders instructions and use
    28.28Previously installed fixed ladders exception
    28.29Small cranes and hoists exception
    28.30Altered application dates for cranes and hoists
    28.31Alternative requirements for rigging identification
    28.32Evaluation of a rigging device
    28.33Older mobile equipment exception
    28.34Means of escape exception
    28.35Alternative evaluation of an attachment
    28.36Alternative for design of riding station
    28.37Safety device on older trucks exception
    28.38Protective structures exception for mobile equipment
    28.39ROPS on older equipment exception
    28.40Protective structures exception for agricultural tractors
    28.41Rollover protective structures for agricultural tractors
    28.42Use of seat belts on agricultural tractors
    28.43General requirements for mobile elevating work platforms
    28.44Mobile elevating work platform design standards
    28.45Identification on mobile elevating work platforms
    28.46Fall protection exception
    28.47Annual inspection and certification exception
    28.48Operational devices exception
    28.49Pulling loads
    28.50Transportation of workers
    Part 29 — Aircraft Operations
    29.1Repealed
    General Requirements
    29.2Application
    29.3Pre-job planning and training
    29.4Repealed
    29.5Communications
    29.6-29.8Repealed
    29.9Airlifted loads
    29.10Traffic control
    29.11Rotorwash
    29.12Unstable materials
    29.13-29.15Repealed
    Forestry Operations
    29.16Notification
    29.17Site supervision
    29.18-29.19Repealed
    29.20Log loading areas
    Pesticide Application
    29.21-29.22Repealed
    29.23Flagpersons
    Part 30 — Laboratories
    30.1Definition
    30.1.1Application
    General Requirements
    30.2Equipment operation
    30.3Repealed
    30.4Plumbing
    30.5Fire protection
    30.6Guarding
    30.7Equipment ventilation
    30.7.1Definitions
    30.8Fume hoods
    30.9Airflow and containment monitoring
    30.10Ducting
    30.11Exhaust discharge
    30.12Biological safety cabinets
    30.13Centrifuges
    30.14Procedures
    30.15Permitted quantities
    30.16Transport of containers
    30.17Personal protection
    30.18Spills and other emergencies
    30.19Waste disposal
    Specific Substances and Procedures
    30.20Explosive and highly reactive materials
    30.21Perchloric acid
    30.22Picric acid
    30.23Peroxide-forming compounds
    30.24Cryogenic liquids
    30.25Sharps
    30.26Biological agents and human pathogens
    30.27Animal handling
    30.28Microtomes
    30.29Electrophoresis
    Part 31 — Firefighting
    31.1Definitions
    31.2Application
    General Requirements
    31.3Health and safety committee
    31.4Instruction and direction
    31.5Procedures
    31.6Rest and rehabilitation
    31.7Impounding equipment
    31.8Equipment defects
    31.9Test records
    Personal Protective Clothing and Equipment
    31.10General requirement
    31.11Maintenance
    31.12Firefighter responsibility
    31.13Safety headgear
    31.14Protective coats, pants and hoods
    31.15Stationwear and personal garments
    31.16Working gloves
    31.17Fall protection
    31.18Personal alert safety system
    Respiratory Protection
    31.19General
    31.20Fitness to use SCBA
    31.21Operation of SCBA
    31.22Sealing and fit testing
    31.23Entry into buildings
    31.24Air quality and sampling
    31.25Spare equipment
    31.26Maintenance and records
    Transportation
    31.27Seating
    31.28Communication
    31.29Enclosed crew cabs
    31.30Stowing equipment
    31.31Safe movement of vehicles
    31.32Vehicle exhaust in firehalls
    Aerial Devices and Ground Ladders
    31.33General
    31.34Nondestructive testing
    31.35Controls
    31.36Operator location
    31.37Ground ladders
    Other Equipment
    31.38Flashlights and hand lanterns
    31.39Plaster hooks and pike poles
    Part 32 — Evacuation and Rescue
    32.1Repealed
    32.2Training
    32.3Equipment
    32.4Ropes
    32.5Inspection of equipment
    32.6Maintenance records
    32.7First aid
    32.8Communications
    32.9Work areas over water
    Part 33
    33.1-33.52Repealed
    Part 34 — Rope Access
    34.1Definitions
    34.2Scope of application
    34.3Rope access plan
    34.4Training and certification
    34.5Safe work practices
    34.6Two-rope system
    34.7Personal log
    34.8Rescue
    34.9Equipment
    34.10Inspection and maintenance
    34.11Anchors and anchorages
    34.12Permanent anchors
    34.13Temporary anchors
    34.14Safety headgear
    34.15Maximum arrest force, clearance
    34.16Removal from service
    Schedule 34-A
    Schedules 1 to 7
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