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Title 49Subtitle BChapter IIPart 214


TITLE 49—Transportation

Subtitle B—OTHER REGULATIONS RELATING TO TRANSPORTATION (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER II—FEDERAL RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

PART 214—RAILROAD WORKPLACE SAFETY

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Subpart A—GENERAL

§214.1
Purpose and scope.
§214.3
Application.
§214.5
Responsibility for compliance.
§214.7
Definitions.
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Subpart B—BRIDGE WORKER SAFETY STANDARDS

§214.101
Purpose and scope.
§214.103
Fall protection, generally.
§214.105
Fall protection systems standards and practices.
§214.107
Working over or adjacent to water.
§214.109
Scaffolding.
§214.111
Personal protective equipment, generally.
§214.113
Head protection.
§214.115
Foot protection.
§214.117
Eye and face protection.
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Subpart C—ROADWAY WORKER PROTECTION

§214.301
Purpose and scope.
§214.302
Information collection requirements.
§214.303
Railroad on-track safety programs, generally.
§214.305
Compliance dates.
§214.307
Review and approval of individual on-track safety programs by FRA.
§214.309
On-track safety program documents.
§214.311
Responsibility of employers.
§214.313
Responsibility of individual roadway workers.
§214.315
Supervision and communication.
§214.317
On-track safety procedures, generally.
§214.319
Working limits, generally.
§214.321
Exclusive track occupancy.
§214.323
Foul time.
§214.325
Train coordination.
§214.327
Inaccessible track.
§214.329
Train approach warning provided by watchmen/lookouts.
§214.331
Definite train location.
§214.333
Informational line-ups of trains.
§214.335
On-track safety procedures for roadway work groups, general.
§214.336
On-track safety procedures for certain roadway work groups and adjacent tracks.
§214.337
On-track safety procedures for lone workers.
§214.339
Audible warning from trains.
§214.341
Roadway maintenance machines.
§214.343
Training and qualification, general.
§214.345
Training for all roadway workers.
§214.347
Training and qualification for lone workers.
§214.349
Training and qualification of watchmen/lookouts.
§214.351
Training and qualification of flagmen.
§214.353
Training and qualification of roadway workers who provide on-track safety for roadway work groups.
§214.355
Training and qualification in on-track safety for operators of roadway maintenance machines.
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Subpart D—ON-TRACK ROADWAY MAINTENANCE MACHINES AND HI-RAIL VEHICLES

§214.501
Purpose and scope.
§214.503
Good-faith challenges; procedures for notification and resolution.
§214.505
Required environmental control and protection systems for new on-track roadway maintenance machines with enclosed cabs.
§214.507
Required safety equipment for new on-track roadway maintenance machines.
§214.509
Required visual illumination and reflective devices for new on-track roadway maintenance machines.
§214.511
Required audible warning devices for new on-track roadway maintenance machines.
§214.513
Retrofitting of existing on-track roadway maintenance machines; general.
§214.515
Overhead covers for existing on-track roadway maintenance machines.
§214.517
Retrofitting of existing on-track roadway maintenance machines manufactured on or after January 1, 1991.
§214.518
Safe and secure positions for riders.
§214.519
Floors, decks, stairs, and ladders of on-track roadway maintenance machines.
§214.521
Flagging equipment for on-track roadway maintenance machines and hi-rail vehicles.
§214.523
Hi-rail vehicles.
§214.525
Towing with on-track roadway maintenance machines or hi-rail vehicles.
§214.527
On-track roadway maintenance machines; inspection for compliance and schedule for repairs.
§214.529
In-service failure of primary braking system.
§214.531
Schedule of repairs; general.
§214.533
Schedule of repairs subject to availability of parts.
Appendix
Appendix A to Part 214—Schedule of Civil Penalties


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