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Title 30Chapter ISubchapter OPart 75


TITLE 30—Mineral Resources

CHAPTER I—MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

SUBCHAPTER O—COAL MINE SAFETY AND HEALTH

PART 75—MANDATORY SAFETY STANDARDS—UNDERGROUND COAL MINES

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§75.1
Scope.
§75.2
Definitions.
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Subpart B—QUALIFIED AND CERTIFIED PERSONS

§75.100
Certified person.
§75.150
Tests for methane and for oxygen deficiency; qualified person.
§75.151
Tests for methane; qualified person; additional requirement.
§75.152
Tests of air flow; qualified person.
§75.153
Electrical work; qualified person.
§75.154
Repair of energized surface high voltage lines; qualified person.
§75.155
Qualified hoisting engineer; qualifications.
§75.156
AMS operator, qualifications.
§75.159
Records of certified and qualified persons.
§75.160
Training programs.

[Statutory Provision]

§75.161
Plans for training programs.
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Subpart C—ROOF SUPPORT

§75.200
Scope.
§75.201
Definitions.
§75.202
Protection from falls of roof, face and ribs.
§75.203
Mining methods.
§75.204
Roof bolting.
§75.205
Installation of roof support using mining machines with integral roof bolters.
§75.206
Conventional roof support.
§75.207
Pillar recovery.
§75.208
Warning devices.
§75.209
Automated Temporary Roof Support (ATRS) systems.
§75.210
Manual installation of temporary support.
§75.211
Roof testing and scaling.
§75.212
Rehabilitation of areas with unsupported roof.
§75.213
Roof support removal.
§75.214
Supplemental support materials, equipment and tools.
§75.215
Longwall mining systems.
§75.220
Roof control plan.
§75.221
Roof control plan information.
§75.222
Roof control plan-approval criteria.
§75.223
Evaluation and revision of roof control plan.
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Subpart D—VENTILATION

§75.300
Scope.
§75.301
Definitions.
§75.302
Main mine fans.
§75.310
Installation of main mine fans.
§75.311
Main mine fan operation.
§75.312
Main mine fan examinations and records.
§75.313
Main mine fan stoppage with persons underground.
§75.320
Air quality detectors and measurement devices.
§75.321
Air quality.
§75.322
Harmful quantities of noxious gases.
§75.323
Actions for excessive methane.
§75.324
Intentional changes in the ventilation system.
§75.325
Air quantity.
§75.326
Mean entry air velocity.
§75.327
Air courses and trolley haulage systems.
§75.330
Face ventilation control devices.
§75.331
Auxiliary fans and tubing.
§75.332
Working sections and working places.
§75.333
Ventilation controls.
§75.334
Worked-out areas and areas where pillars are being recovered.
§75.335
Seal strengths, design applications, and installation.
§75.336
Sampling and monitoring requirements.
§75.337
Construction and repair of seals.
§75.338
Training.
§75.339
Seals records.
§75.340
Underground electrical installations.
§75.341
Direct-fired intake air heaters.
§75.342
Methane monitors.
§75.343
Underground shops.
§75.344
Compressors.
§75.350
Belt air course ventilation.
§75.351
Atmospheric monitoring systems.
§75.352
Actions in response to AMS malfunction, alert, or alarm signals.
§75.360
Preshift examination at fixed intervals.
§75.361
Supplemental examination.
§75.362
On-shift examination.
§75.363
Hazardous conditions and violations of mandatory health or safety standards; posting, correcting, and recording.
§75.364
Weekly examination.
§75.370
Mine ventilation plan; submission and approval.
§75.371
Mine ventilation plan; contents.
§75.372
Mine ventilation map.
§75.373
Reopening mines.
§75.380
Escapeways; bituminous and lignite mines.
§75.381
Escapeways; anthracite mines.
§75.382
Mechanical escape facilities.
§75.384
Longwall and shortwall travelways.
§75.385
Opening new mines.
§75.386
Final mining of pillars.
§75.388
Boreholes in advance of mining.
§75.389
Mining into inaccessible areas.
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Subpart E—COMBUSTIBLE MATERIALS AND ROCK DUSTING

§75.400
Accumulation of combustible materials.
§75.400-1
Definitions.
§75.400-2
Cleanup program.
§75.401
Abatement of dust; water or water with a wetting agent.
§75.401-1
Excessive amounts of dust.
§75.402
Rock dusting.
§75.402-1
Definition.
§75.402-2
Exceptions.
§75.403
Maintenance of incombustible content of rock dust.
§75.403-1
Incombustible content.
§75.404
Exemption of anthracite mines.
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Subpart F—ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT—GENERAL

§75.500
Permissible electric equipment.
§75.500-1
Other low horsepower electric face equipment.
§75.501
Permissible electric face equipment; coal seams above water table.
§75.501-1
Coal seams above the water table.
§75.501-2
Permissible electric face equipment.
§75.501-3
New openings; mines above water table and never classed gassy.
§75.502
Permits for noncompliance.
§75.503
Permissible electric face equipment; maintenance.
§75.503-1
Statement listing all electric face equipment.
§75.504
Permissibility of new, replacement, used, reconditioned, additional, and rebuilt electric face equipment.
§75.505
Mines classed gassy; use and maintenance of permissible electric face equipment.
§75.506
Electric face equipment; requirements for permissibility.
§75.506-1
Electric face equipment; permissible condition; maintenance requirements.
§75.507
Power connection points.
§75.507-1
Electric equipment other than power-connection points; outby the last open crosscut; return air; permissibility requirements.
§75.508
Map of electrical system.
§75.508-1
Mine tracks.
§75.508-2
Changes in electric system map; recording.
§75.509
Electric power circuit and electric equipment; deenergization.
§75.510
Energized trolley wires; repair.
§75.510-1
Repair of energized trolley wires; training.
§75.511
Low-, medium-, or high-voltage distribution circuits and equipment; repair.
§75.511-1
Qualified person.
§75.512
Electric equipment; examination, testing and maintenance.
§75.512-1
Qualified person.
§75.512-2
Frequency of examinations.
§75.513
Electric conductor; capacity and insulation.
§75.513-1
Electric conductor; size.
§75.514
Electrical connections or splices; suitability.
§75.515
Cable fittings; suitability.
§75.516
Power wires; support.
§75.516-1
Installed insulators.
§75.516-2
Communication wires and cables; installation; insulation; support.
§75.517
Power wires and cables; insulation and protection.
§75.517-1
Power wires and cables; insulation and protection.
§75.517-2
Plans for insulation of existing bare power wires and cables.
§75.518
Electric equipment and circuits; overload and short circuit protection.
§75.518-1
Electric equipment and circuits; overload and short circuit protection; minimum requirements.
§75.518-2
Incandescent lamps, overload and short circuit protection.
§75.519
Main power circuits; disconnecting switches.
§75.519-1
Main power circuits; disconnecting switches; locations.
§75.520
Electric equipment; switches.
§75.521
Lightning arresters; ungrounded and exposed power conductors and telephone wires.
§75.522
Lighting devices.
§75.522-1
Incandescent and fluorescent lamps.
§75.523
Electric face equipment; deenergization.
§75.523-1
Deenergization of self-propelled electric face equipment installation requirements.
§75.523-2
Deenergization of self-propelled electric face equipment; performance requirements.
§75.523-3
Automatic emergency-parking brakes.
§75.524
Electric face equipment; electric equipment used in return air outby the last open crosscut; maximum level of alternating or direct electric current between frames of equipment.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart F of Part 75—List of Permissible Electric Face Equipment Approved by the Bureau of Mines Prior to May 23, 1936
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Subpart G—TRAILING CABLES

§75.600
Trailing cables; flame resistance.
§75.600-1
Approved cables; flame resistance.
§75.601
Short circuit protection of trailing cables.
§75.601-1
Short circuit protection; ratings and settings of circuit breakers.
§75.601-2
Short circuit protection; use of fuses; approval by the Secretary.
§75.601-3
Short circuit protection; dual element fuses; current ratings; maximum values.
§75.602
Trailing cable junctions.
§75.603
Temporary splice of trailing cable.
§75.604
Permanent splicing of trailing cables.
§75.605
Clamping of trailing cables to equipment.
§75.606
Protection of trailing cables.
§75.607
Breaking trailing cable and power cable connections.
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Subpart H—GROUNDING

§75.700
Grounding metallic sheaths, armors, and conduits enclosing power conductors.
§75.700-1
Approved methods of grounding.
§75.701
Grounding metallic frames, casings, and other enclosures of electric equipment.
§75.701-1
Approved methods of grounding of equipment receiving power from ungrounded alternating current power systems.
§75.701-2
Approved method of grounding metallic frames, casings and other enclosures receiving power from single-phase 110-220-volt circuit.
§75.701-3
Approved methods of grounding metallic frames, casings and other enclosures of electric equipment receiving power from direct current power systems with one polarity grounded.
§75.701-4
Grounding wires; capacity of wires.
§75.701-5
Use of grounding connectors.
§75.702
Protection other than grounding.
§75.702-1
Protection other than grounding; approved by an authorized representative of the Secretary.
§75.703
Grounding offtrack direct-current machines and the enclosures of related detached components.
§75.703-1
Approved method of grounding.
§75.703-2
Approved grounding mediums.
§75.703-3
Approved methods of grounding offtrack mobile, portable and stationary direct-current machines.
§75.703-4
Other methods of protecting offtrack direct-current equipment; approved by an authorized representative of the Secretary.
§75.704
Grounding frames of stationary high-voltage equipment receiving power from ungrounded delta systems.
§75.704-1
Approved methods of grounding.
§75.705
Work on high-voltage lines; deenergizing and grounding.
§75.705-1
Work on high-voltage lines.
§75.705-2
Repairs to energized surface high-voltage lines.
§75.705-3
Work on energized high-voltage surface lines; reporting.
§75.705-4
Simultaneous repairs.
§75.705-5
Installation of protective equipment.
§75.705-6
Protective clothing; use and inspection.
§75.705-7
Protective equipment; inspection.
§75.705-8
Protective equipment; testing and storage.
§75.705-9
Operating disconnecting or cutout switches.
§75.705-10
Tying into energized high-voltage surface circuits.
§75.705-11
Use of grounded messenger wires; ungrounded systems.
§75.706
Deenergized underground power circuits; idle days—idle shifts.
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Subpart I—UNDERGROUND HIGH-VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION

§75.800
High-voltage circuits; circuit breakers.
§75.800-1
Circuit breakers; location.
§75.800-2
Approved circuit schemes.
§75.800-3
Testing, examination and maintenance of circuit breakers; procedures.
§75.800-4
Testing, examination, and maintenance of circuit breakers; record.
§75.801
Grounding resistors.
§75.802
Protection of high-voltage circuits extending underground.
§75.803
Fail safe ground check circuits on high-voltage resistance grounded systems.
§75.803-1
Maximum voltage ground check circuits.
§75.803-2
Ground check systems not employing pilot check wires; approval by the Secretary.
§75.804
Underground high-voltage cables.
§75.805
Couplers.
§75.806
Connection of single-phase loads.
§75.807
Installation of high-voltage transmission cables.
§75.808
Disconnecting devices.
§75.809
Identification of circuit breakers and disconnecting switches.
§75.810
High-voltage trailing cables; splices.
§75.811
High-voltage underground equipment; grounding.
§75.812
Movement of high-voltage power centers and portable transformers; permit.
§75.812-1
Qualified person.
§75.812-2
High-voltage power centers and transformers; record of examination.

High-Voltage Longwalls

§75.813
High-voltage longwalls; scope.
§75.814
Electrical protection.
§75.815
Disconnect devices.
§75.816
Guarding of cables.
§75.817
Cable handling and support systems.
§75.818
Use of insulated cable handling equipment.
§75.819
Motor-starter enclosures; barriers and interlocks.
§75.820
Electrical work; troubleshooting and testing.
§75.821
Testing, examination and maintenance.
§75.822
Underground high-voltage longwall cables.
§75.823
Scope.
§75.824
Electrical protection.
§75.825
Power centers.
§75.826
High-voltage trailing cables.
§75.827
Guarding of trailing cables.
§75.828
Trailing cable pulling.
§75.829
Tramming continuous mining machines in and out of the mine and from section to section.
§75.830
Splicing and repair of trailing cables.
§75.831
Electrical work; troubleshooting and testing.
§75.832
Frequency of examinations; recordkeeping.
§75.833
Handling high-voltage trailing cables.
§75.834
Training.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart I of Part 75—Diagrams of Inby and Outby Switching
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Subpart J—UNDERGROUND LOW- AND MEDIUM-VOLTAGE ALTERNATING CURRENT CIRCUITS

§75.900
Low- and medium-voltage circuits serving three-phase alternating current equipment; circuit breakers.
§75.900-1
Circuit breakers; location.
§75.900-2
Approved circuit schemes.
§75.900-3
Testing, examination, and maintenance of circuit breakers; procedures.
§75.900-4
Testing, examination, and maintenance of circuit breakers; record.
§75.901
Protection of low- and medium-voltage three-phase circuits used underground.
§75.902
Low- and medium-voltage ground check monitor circuits.
§75.902-1
Maximum voltage ground check circuits.
§75.902-2
Approved ground check systems not employing pilot check wires.
§75.902-4
Attachment of ground conductors and ground check wires to equipment frames; use of separate connections.
§75.903
Disconnecting devices.
§75.904
Identification of circuit breakers.
§75.905
Connection of single-phase loads.
§75.906
Trailing cables for mobile equipment, ground wires, and ground check wires.
§75.907
Design of trailing cables for medium-voltage circuits.
Appendix
Appendix A to Subpart J of Part 75
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Subpart K—TROLLEY WIRES AND TROLLEY FEEDER WIRES

§75.1000
Cutout switches.
§75.1001
Overcurrent protection.
§75.1001-1
Devices for overcurrent protection; testing and calibration requirements; records.
§75.1002
Installation of electric equipment and conductors; permissibility.
§75.1003
Insulation of trolley wires, trolley feeder wires and bare signal wires; guarding of trolley wires and trolley feeder wires.
§75.1003-1
Other requirements for guarding of trolley wires and trolley feeder wires.
§75.1003-2
Requirements for movement of off-track mining equipment in areas of active workings where energized trolley wires or trolley feeder wires are present; pre-movement requirements; certified and qualified persons.
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Subpart L—FIRE PROTECTION

§75.1100
Requirements.
§75.1100-1
Type and quality of firefighting equipment.
§75.1100-2
Quantity and location of firefighting equipment.
§75.1100-3
Condition and examination of firefighting equipment.
§75.1101
Deluge-type water sprays, foam generators; main and secondary belt-conveyor drives.
§75.1101-1
Deluge-type water spray systems.
§75.1101-2
Installation of deluge-type sprays.
§75.1101-3
Water requirements.
§75.1101-4
Branch lines.
§75.1101-5
Installation of foam generator systems.
§75.1101-6
Water sprinkler systems; general.
§75.1101-7
Installation of water sprinkler systems; requirements.
§75.1101-8
Water sprinkler systems; arrangement of sprinklers.
§75.1101-9
Back-up water system.
§75.1101-10
Water sprinkler systems; fire warning devices at belt drives.
§75.1101-11
Inspection of water sprinkler systems.
§75.1101-12
Equivalent dry-pipe system.
§75.1101-13
Dry powder chemical systems; general.
§75.1101-14
Installation of dry powder chemical systems.
§75.1101-15
Construction of dry powder chemical systems.
§75.1101-16
Dry powder chemical systems; sensing and fire-suppression devices.
§75.1101-17
Sealing of dry powder chemical systems.
§75.1101-18
Dry powder requirements.
§75.1101-19
Nozzles; flow rate and direction.
§75.1101-20
Safeguards for dry powder chemical systems.
§75.1101-21
Back-up water system.
§75.1101-22
Inspection of dry powder chemical systems.
§75.1102
Slippage and sequence switches.
§75.1103
Automatic fire warning devices.
§75.1103-1
Automatic fire sensors.
§75.1103-2
Automatic fire sensors; approved components; installation requirements.
§75.1103-3
Automatic fire sensor and warning device systems; minimum requirements; general.
§75.1103-4
Automatic fire sensor and warning device systems; installation; minimum requirements.
§75.1103-5
Automatic fire warning devices; actions and response.
§75.1103-6
Automatic fire sensors; actuation of fire suppression systems.
§75.1103-7
Electrical components; permissibility requirements.
§75.1103-8
Automatic fire sensor and warning device systems; examination and test requirements.
§75.1103-9
Minimum requirements; fire suppression materials and location; maintenance of entries and crosscuts; access doors; communications; fire crews; high-expansion foam devices.
§75.1103-10
Fire suppression systems; additional requirements.
§75.1103-11
Tests of fire hydrants and fire hose; record of tests.
§75.1104
Underground storage, lubricating oil and grease.
§75.1106
Welding, cutting, or soldering with arc or flame underground.
§75.1106-1
Test for methane.
§75.1106-2
Transportation of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; requirements.
§75.1106-3
Storage of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; requirements.
§75.1106-4
Use of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; general requirements.
§75.1106-5
Maintenance and tests of liquefied and nonliquefied compressed gas cylinders; accessories and equipment; requirements.
§75.1106-6
Exemption of small low pressure gas cylinders containing nonflammable or nonexplosive gas mixtures.

Fire Suppression Devices and Fire-Resistant Hydraulic Fluids on Underground Equipment

§75.1107
Fire suppression devices.
§75.1107-1
Fire-resistant hydraulic fluids and fire suppression devices on underground equipment.
§75.1107-2
Approved fire-resistant hydraulic fluids; minimum requirements.
§75.1107-3
Fire suppression devices; approved components; installation requirements.
§75.1107-4
Automatic fire sensors and manual actuators; installation; minimum requirements.
§75.1107-5
Electrical components of fire suppression devices; permissibility requirements.
§75.1107-6
Capacity of fire suppression devices; location and direction of nozzles.
§75.1107-7
Water spray devices; capacity; water supply; minimum requirements.
§75.1107-8
Fire suppression devices; extinguishant supply systems.
§75.1107-9
Dry chemical devices; capacity; minimum requirements.
§75.1107-10
High expansion foam devices; minimum capacity.
§75.1107-11
Extinguishing agents; requirements on mining equipment employed in low coal.
§75.1107-12
Inerting of mine atmosphere prohibited.
§75.1107-13
Approval of other fire suppression devices.
§75.1107-14
Guards and handrails; requirements where fire suppression devices are employed.
§75.1107-15
Fire suppression devices; hazards; training of miners.
§75.1107-16
Inspection of fire suppression devices.
§75.1107-17
Incorporation by reference; availability of publications.
§75.1108
Approved conveyor belts.
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Subpart M—MAPS

§75.1200
Mine map.
§75.1200-1
Additional information on mine map.
§75.1200-2
Accuracy and scale of mine maps.
§75.1201
Certification.
§75.1202
Temporary notations, revisions, and supplements.
§75.1202-1
Temporary notations, revisions, and supplements.
§75.1203
Availability of mine map.
§75.1204
Mine closure; filing of map with Secretary.
§75.1204-1
Places to give notice and file maps.
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Subpart N—EXPLOSIVES AND BLASTING

§75.1300
Definitions.
§75.1301
Qualified person.
§75.1310
Explosives and blasting equipment.
§75.1311
Transporting explosives and detonators.
§75.1312
Explosives and detonators in underground magazines.
§75.1313
Explosives and detonators outside of magazines.
§75.1314
Sheathed explosive units.
§75.1315
Boreholes for explosives.
§75.1316
Preparation before blasting.
§75.1317
Primer cartridges.
§75.1318
Loading boreholes.
§75.1319
Weight of explosives permitted in boreholes in bituminous and lignite mines.
§75.1320
Multiple-shot blasting.
§75.1321
Permits for firing more than 20 boreholes and for use of nonpermissible blasting units.
§75.1322
Stemming boreholes.
§75.1323
Blasting circuits.
§75.1324
Methane concentration and tests.
§75.1325
Firing procedures.
§75.1326
Examination after blasting.
§75.1327
Misfires.
§75.1328
Damaged or deteriorated explosives and detonators.
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Subpart O—HOISTING AND MANTRIPS

§75.1400
Hoisting equipment; general.
§75.1400-1
Hoists; brakes, capability.
§75.1400-2
Hoists; tests of safety catches; records.
§75.1400-3
Daily examination of hoisting equipment.
§75.1400-4
Certifications and records of daily examinations.
§75.1401
Hoists; rated capacities; indicators.
§75.1401-1
Hoists; indicators.
§75.1402
Communication between shaft stations and hoist room.
§75.1402-1
Communication between shaft stations and hoist room.
§75.1402-2
Tests of signaling systems.
§75.1403
Other safeguards.
§75.1403-1
General criteria.
§75.1403-2
Criteria—Hoists transporting materials; brakes.
§75.1403-3
Criteria—Drum clutch; cage construction.
§75.1403-4
Criteria—Automatic elevators.
§75.1403-5
Criteria—Belt conveyors.
§75.1403-6
Criteria—Self-propelled personnel carriers.
§75.1403-7
Criteria—Mantrips.
§75.1403-8
Criteria—Track haulage roads.
§75.1403-9
Criteria—Shelter holes.
§75.1403-10
Criteria—Haulage; general.
§75.1403-11
Criteria—Entrances to shafts and slopes.
§75.1404
Automatic brakes; speed reduction gear.
§75.1404-1
Braking system.
§75.1405
Automatic couplers.
§75.1405-1
Automatic couplers, haulage equipment.

Wire Ropes

§75.1429
Guide ropes.
§75.1430
Wire ropes; scope.
§75.1431
Minimum rope strength.
§75.1432
Initial measurement.
§75.1433
Examinations.
§75.1434
Retirement criteria.
§75.1435
Load end attachments.
§75.1436
Drum end attachment.
§75.1437
End attachment retermination.
§75.1438
End attachment replacement.
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Subpart P—MINE EMERGENCIES

§75.1500
[Reserved]
§75.1501
Emergency evacuations.
§75.1502
Mine emergency evacuation and firefighting program of instruction.
§75.1503
Use of fire suppression equipment.
§75.1504
Mine emergency evacuation training and drills.
§75.1505
Escapeway maps.
§75.1506
Refuge alternatives.
§75.1507
Emergency Response Plan; refuge alternatives.
§75.1508
Training and records for examination, maintenance and repair of refuge alternatives and components.
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Subpart Q—COMMUNICATIONS

§75.1600
Communications.
§75.1600-1
Communication facilities; main portals; installation requirements.
§75.1600-2
Communication facilities; working sections; installation and maintenance requirements; audible or visual alarms.
§75.1600-3
Communications facilities; refuge alternatives.
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Subpart R—MISCELLANEOUS

§75.1700
Oil and gas wells.
§75.1702
Smoking; prohibition.
§75.1702-1
Smoking programs.
§75.1703
Portable electric lamps.
§75.1703-1
Permissible lamps.
§75.1707-1
New working section.
§75.1708
Surface structures, fireproofing.
§75.1708-1
Surface structures; fireproof construction.
§75.1709
Accumulations of methane and coal dust on surface coal-handling facilities.
§75.1710
Canopies or cabs; diesel-powered and electric face equipment.
§75.1710-1
Canopies or cabs; self-propelled diesel-powered and electric face equipment; installation requirements.
§75.1711
Sealing of mines.
§75.1711-1
Sealing of shaft openings.
§75.1711-2
Sealing of slope or drift openings.
§75.1711-3
Openings of active mines.
§75.1712
Bath houses and toilet facilities.
§75.1712-1
Availability of surface bathing facilities; change rooms; and sanitary facilities.
§75.1712-2
Location of surface facilities.
§75.1712-3
Minimum requirements of surface bathing facilities, change rooms, and sanitary toilet facilities.
§75.1712-4
Waiver of surface facilities requirements.
§75.1712-5
Application for waiver of surface facilities.
§75.1712-6
Underground sanitary facilities; installation and maintenance.
§75.1712-7
Underground sanitary facilities; waiver of requirements.
§75.1712-8
Application for waiver of location requirements for underground sanitary facilities.
§75.1712-9
Issuance of waivers.
§75.1712-10
Underground sanitary facilities; maintenance.
§75.1713
Emergency medical assistance; first-aid.
§75.1713-1
Arrangements for emergency medical assistance and transportation for injured persons; agreements; reporting requirements; posting requirements.
§75.1713-2
Emergency communications; requirements.
§75.1713-3
First-Aid training; supervisory employees.
§75.1713-4
First-aid training program; availability of instruction to all miners.
§75.1713-5
First-aid training program; retraining of supervisory employees; availability to all miners.
§75.1713-6
First-aid training program; minimum requirements.
§75.1713-7
First-aid equipment; location; minimum requirements.
§75.1714
Availability of approved self-rescue devices; instruction in use and location.
§75.1714-1
Approved self-rescue devices.
§75.1714-2
Self-rescue devices; use and location requirements.
§75.1714-3
Self-rescue devices; inspection, testing, maintenance, repair, and recordkeeping.
§75.1714-4
Additional self-contained self-rescuers (SCSRs).
§75.1714-5
Map locations of self-contained self-rescuers (SCSR).
§75.1714-6
Emergency tethers.
§75.1714-7
Multi-gas detectors.
§75.1714-8
Reporting SCSR inventory and malfunctions; retention of SCSRs.
§75.1715
Identification check system.
§75.1716
Operations under water.
§75.1716-1
Operations under water; notification by operator.
§75.1716-2
Permit required.
§75.1716-3
Applications for permits.
§75.1716-4
Issuance of permits.
§75.1717
Exemptions.
§75.1718
Drinking water.
§75.1718-1
Drinking water; quality.
§75.1719
Illumination; purpose and scope of §§75.1719 through 75.1719-4; time for compliance.
§75.1719-1
Illumination in working places.
§75.1719-2
Lighting fixtures; requirements.
§75.1719-3
Methods of measurement; light measuring instruments.
§75.1719-4
Mining machines, cap lamps; requirements.
§75.1720
Protective clothing; requirements.
§75.1720-1
Distinctively colored hard hats, or hard caps; identification for newly employed, inexperienced miners.
§75.1721
Opening of new underground coal mines, or reopening and reactivating of abandoned or deactivated coal mines, notification by the operator; requirements.
§75.1722
Mechanical equipment guards.
§75.1723
Stationary grinding machines; protective devices.
§75.1724
Hand-held power tools; safety devices.
§75.1725
Machinery and equipment; operation and maintenance.
§75.1726
Performing work from a raised position; safeguards.
§75.1727
Drive belts.
§75.1728
Power-driven pulleys.
§75.1729
Welding operations.
§75.1730
Compressed air; general; compressed air systems.
§75.1731
Maintenance of belt conveyors and belt conveyor entries.
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Subpart S—[RESERVED]

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Subpart T—DIESEL-POWERED EQUIPMENT

§75.1900
Definitions.
§75.1901
Diesel fuel requirements.
§75.1902
Underground diesel fuel storage—general requirements.
§75.1903
Underground diesel fuel storage facilities and areas; construction and safety precautions.
§75.1904
Underground diesel fuel tanks and safety cans.
§75.1905
Dispensing of diesel fuel.
§75.1905-1
Diesel fuel piping systems.
§75.1906
Transport of diesel fuel.
§75.1907
Diesel-powered equipment intended for use in underground coal mines.
§75.1908
Nonpermissible diesel-powered equipment; categories.
§75.1909
Nonpermissible diesel-powered equipment; design and performance requirements.
§75.1910
Nonpermissible diesel-powered equipment; electrical system design and performance requirements.
§75.1911
Fire suppression systems for diesel-powered equipment and fuel transportation units.
§75.1912
Fire suppression systems for permanent underground diesel fuel storage facilities.
§75.1913
Starting aids.
§75.1914
Maintenance of diesel-powered equipment.
§75.1915
Training and qualification of persons working on diesel-powered equipment.
§75.1916
Operation of diesel-powered equipment.


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