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Health Hazards in Construction
Regulations for construction health hazards 29 CFR 1926 Subpart D 1a
First-aid requirements Provide first-aid supplies First-aid kit Infirmary, clinic, hospital, or physician Valid certificate in first-aid training 2a
Drinking water requirements Portable containers Dipped from containers Clearly marked Common drinking cup Single service cups 3a
Toilets on the jobsite 20 or fewer employees 20 or more 200 or more Temporary field conditions 4a
Different types of toilets Privies Chemical toilets Recirculating toilets Combustion toilets Mobile crews 5a
Washing facilities Adequate washing facilities Near proximity to the worksite Sanitary condition 6a
Lavatories Provide lavatories This does not apply to mobile crews 7a
Provide each lavatory with Hot and cold running water Tepid running water Hand soap or cleansing agents Hand towels or cloth toweling Convenient to the lavatories 7b
If showers are required Body soap or cleansing agents Hot and cold water Individual clean towels 8a
Vermin control Enclosed workplace construction Rodents, insects, and other vermin Extermination program 9a
Noise exposure Sound levels Administrative or engineering controls Personal protective equipment 10a
Radioactive materials or X-rays Competent persons Specially trained Safe operation 11a
Lasers Qualified and trained employees Proof of qualification 12a
Hazardous substances How exposure occurs Threshold Limit Values 13a
Illumination Minimum intensities Ramps Runways Corridors 14a
Illumination Offices Shops Storage areas 14b
Ventilation Gases Vapors Fumes 15a
Ventilation Dusts Mists Engineering control 15b
Hazard communication Identical requirements At 29 CFR Initial training on hazardous chemicals 16a
Hazard communication New physical or health hazard Categories of hazards Specific chemicals Labels and MSDSs 16b
Hazard communication information 29 CFR Hazardous chemicals Written HazCom program List of hazardous chemicals MSDSs 17a
Hazard communication training Detection methods Chemical physical/health hazards Hazard protection measures 18a
Hazard communication training Hazard communication program Labeling system MSDS info 18b
4,4' Methylenedianiline (MDA) Health hazards Exposure routes 19a
MDA signage Post and maintain legible signs Label for containers of MDA 20a
MDA training MSDS for MDA Written training 21a
Lead exposure Types of construction 22a
Employee training Warning signs and labels MSDS Employee information and training 23a
Action level exposure Initial training Annual training 23b Employee training
Lead training program Lead standard/ appendices Action level exposure Respirators Medical surveillance program 24a
Engineering controls and work practices Compliance plan Chelating agents Right of access to records 24b Lead training program
Lead warning signs Warning signs required Maintain signs 25a
Hazardous material markings, labels, placards HazMat defined Package requirements Vehicle requirements Retain and maintain 26a
Process safety management Objective Process training Operating procedures training 27a
Process safety management Specific safety/health hazards Emergency operations Safe work practices 27b
Refresher training Every three years For each employee operating a process 27c
General training requirements for HAZWOPER Objective Training needed Health and safety plan General site workers Specific limited task workers 28a
Initial training requirements for HAZWOPER 24-hour training 29a
Health Hazards in Construction. Regulations for construction health hazards 29 CFR 1926 Subpart H 1a.
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29 CFR 1926 Subpart D Occupational Health & Environmental Controls.
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