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Title 29Subtitle BChapter XVIIPart 1919


TITLE 29—Labor

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS RELATING TO LABOR (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER XVII—OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR (CONTINUED)

PART 1919—GEAR CERTIFICATION

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Subpart A—GENERAL PROVISIONS

§1919.1
Purpose and scope.
§1919.2
Definition of terms.
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Subpart B—PROCEDURE GOVERNING ACCREDITATION

§1919.3
Application for accreditation.
§1919.4
Action upon application.
§1919.5
Duration and renewal of accreditation.
§1919.6
Criteria governing accreditation to certificate vessels' cargo gear.
§1919.7
Voluntary amendment or termination of accreditation.
§1919.8
Suspension or revocation of accreditation.
§1919.9
Reconsideration and review.
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Subpart C—DUTIES OF PERSONS ACCREDITED TO CERTIFICATE VESSELS' CARGO GEAR

§1919.10
General duties; exemptions.
§1919.11
Recordkeeping and related procedures concerning records in custody of accredited persons.
§1919.12
Recordkeeping and related procedures concerning records in custody of the vessel.
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Subpart D—CERTIFICATION OF VESSELS' CARGO GEAR

§1919.13
General.
§1919.14
Initial tests of cargo gear and tests after alterations, renewals or repairs.
§1919.15
Periodic tests, examinations and inspections.
§1919.16
Heat treatment.
§1919.17
Exemptions from heat treatment.
§1919.18
Grace periods.
§1919.19
Gear requiring welding.
§1919.20
Damaged components.
§1919.21
Marking and posting of safe working loads.
§1919.22
Requirements governing braking devices and power sources.
§1919.23
Means of derrick attachment.
§1919.24
Limitations on use of wire rope.
§1919.25
Limitations on use of chains.
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Subpart E—CERTIFICATION OF VESSELS: TESTS AND PROOF LOADS; HEAT TREATMENT; COMPETENT PERSONS

§1919.26
Visual inspection before tests.
§1919.27
Unit proof tests—winches, derricks and gear accessory thereto.
§1919.28
Unit proof tests—cranes and gear accessory thereto.
§1919.29
Limitations on safe working loads and proof loads.
§1919.30
Examinations subsequent to unit tests.
§1919.31
Proof tests—loose gear.
§1919.32
Specially designed blocks and components.
§1919.33
Proof tests—wire rope.
§1919.34
Proof tests after repairs or alterations.
§1919.35
Order of tests.
§1919.36
Heat treatment.
§1919.37
Competent persons.
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Subpart F—ACCREDITATION TO CERTIFICATE SHORE-BASED EQUIPMENT

§1919.50
Eligibility for accreditation to certificate shore-based material handling devices covered by §1917.50 of this chapter, safety and health regulations for marine terminals.
§1919.51
Provisions respecting application for accreditation, action upon the application, and related matters.
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Subpart G—DUTIES OF PERSONS ACCREDITED TO CERTIFICATE SHORE-BASED MATERIAL HANDLING DEVICES

§1919.60
General duties, exemptions.
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Subpart H—CERTIFICATION OF SHORE-BASED MATERIAL HANDLING DEVICES

§1919.70
General provisions.
§1919.71
Unit proof test and examination of cranes.
§1919.72
Annual examination of cranes.
§1919.73
Unit proof test and examination of derricks.
§1919.74
Annual examination of derricks.
§1919.75
Determination of crane or derrick safe working loads and limitations in absence of manufacturer's data.
§1919.76
Safe working load reduction.
§1919.77
Safe working load increase.
§1919.78
Nondestructive examinations.
§1919.79
Wire rope.
§1919.80
Heat treatment.
§1919.81
Examination of bulk cargo loading or discharging spouts or suckers.
§1919.90
Documentation.


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