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  1. 1. OSHA Office of Training & Education 1 29 CFR 1926 - Subpart R Safety Standards for Steel Erection 29 CFR Part l926.750
  2. 2. • This presentation only focuses on standards cited by OSHA in 2014
  3. 3. 3 Subpart R – Steel Erection Final Rule • Published on January 18, 2001 • Effective dates: • July 18, 2001 • 60 day delay: (September 16, 2001) • Painted surfaces provisions – 2006
  4. 4. 4 29 CFR 1926 - Subpart R .750 Scope and Application .751 Definitions .752 Site Layout and Construction Sequence .753 Hoisting and Rigging .754 Structural Steel Assembly .755 Anchor Bolts .756 Beams and Columns .757 Open Web Steel Joists .758 Pre - Engineered Metal Buildings .759 Falling Object Protection .760 Fall Protection .761 Training
  5. 5. 5 §1926.750(c) Specific Controlling Contractor Duties • .752 (a) Approval to begin steel erection • .752 (c) Site layout • .759 (b) Protection from falling objects • .760(e) Responsibility for fall protection equipment left by erector
  6. 6. Approval to Begin Steel Erection • Concrete cured in footings, piers, and walls 1926.752(a)(1)
  7. 7. Approval to Begin Steel Erection • Site Specific Erection Plans • Appendix A 1926.752(e) LPR Construction Co Fall Protection Work Plan Job Name:______________________________ Foreman:__________________ Date:______________ Building, Area and Level:_______________________ Gridlines:________________________________ Fall Hazards in work area: (Check one) Yes _No _N/A Yes No N/A ___ ___ ___ Elevations greater than 6 feet ___ ___ ___ Ladders above 6 feet ___ ___ ___ Open floor or roof holes ___ ___ ___ Arial Lifts, Scissors Lifts ___ ___ ___ Leading Edges, Open sided floors, Roofs ___ ___ ___ Scaffolds ___ ___ ___ Columns to climb Other:______________________________ Method Of Protection: Yes No N/A Yes No N/A ___ ___ ___ Full Body Harness W/2-lanyards ___ ___ ___ Arial Lift or Scissors Lift ___ ___ ___ Beamsafe Systems ___ ___ ___ Scaffolds / OSHA / LPR ___ ___ ___ Horizontal Lifelines, Angles ___ ___ ___ Anchorage’s, 5000lbs. Or 3x3x1/4 or equal w/kickers 6” from top twice the intended load. ___ ___ ___ Guardrails, Top Rail @ 42”, Midrail @21 ___ ___ ___ Static Lines above finish floor. Top Rail to withstand ___ ___ ___ Retractables 200lbs and not be less than 39” from ___ ___ ___ Glyders, Beamers Finished floor. Flagged every 6 feet. ___ ___ ___ Girder Grips ___ ___ ___ Warning Lines ___ ___ ___ Cable Grabs ___ ___ ___ Floor Hole Covers ___ ___ ___ Beam Straps Other:_________________________________________________________________________________ Procedures for Assembly of Fall Arrest System: (if No answers, work cannot begin) Yes No N/A ___ ___ ___ Employees trained in fall protection procedures. ___ ___ ___ Employees installing fall protection trained by competent persons. ___ ___ ___ Maintenance and inspection of fall arrest systems shall be done before work begins. ___ ___ ___ ALL areas pre-planned before job begins. Overhead Protection: Yes No ___ ___ All contractors warned of overhead hazards and documented in weekly contractors meetings. ___ ___ Barricades and flagging in place. ___ ___ Warning signs posted. ___ ___ All tools, equipment and materials secured on steel. ___ ___ All employees instructed not to work over anyone. Rescue: All employees know the procedures of this jobsite for rescue. ALL employees know which foreman have radios. All employees know where emergency numbers and jobsite address is located. All employees know location of ladders, manlifts, crane basket for retrieval. All employees know location to meet for head count for evacuation. Phone Location____________________________ First-Aid kit location____________________________ Tool Box Safety Meeting Signatures _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ _________________________ ______________________ _______________________ _______________________
  8. 8. Qualified Rigger • Inspects rigging each shift 1926.753(c)(2)
  9. 9. Working Under Loads • Routes for suspended loads shall be preplanned 1926.753(d)(1)
  10. 10. Working Under Loads • Material being hoisted shall be rigged to prevent displacement 1926.753(d)(2)(i)
  11. 11. Working Under Loads • Hooks shall have self closing safety latches 1926.753(d)(2)(ii)
  12. 12. Structural Steel Assembly • Structural stability shall be maintained at all time 1926.754(a)
  13. 13. Structural Steel Assembly • Fully planked or decked floor or nets within 30 feet or two stories under any erection floor 1926.754(b)(3)
  14. 14. Structural Steel Assembly • Metal decking secured against displacement at end of the shift 1926.754(e)(1)(v)
  15. 15. Structural Steel Assembly • Roof and floor holes shall be decked over or protected per 760 1926.754(e)(2)(ii)
  16. 16. Structural Steel Assembly • Skylights are not considered covers 1926.754(e)(3)(iv)
  17. 17. Structural Steel Assembly • Opening around columns must be protected to falls or falling objects 1926.754(e)(4)
  18. 18. Structural Steel Assembly • Metal decking shall be laid tight and secured upon placement 1926.754(e)(5)(i)
  19. 19. Column Anchorages • Columns anchored by a minimum of four anchor bolts 1926.755(a)(1)
  20. 20. Column Anchorages • Columns evaluated whether guying and bracing needed 1926.755(a)(4)
  21. 21. Beams and Columns • Two bolt secured prior to releasing solid web members 1926.756(a)(1)
  22. 22. System Engineered Metal Buildings • Purlins only may be used as walking working surfaces after all permanent bridging has been installed and fall protection provided 1926.758(h)
  23. 23. Falling Object Protection • Material, equipment, and tools not in use shall be secured against accidental displacement 1926.759(a)
  24. 24. Falling Object Protection • The controlling contractor shall bar other construction processes below steel erection unless overhead protection is provided 1926.759(b)
  25. 25. Fall Protection • Required at 15 feet • Connectors and deckers 30 feet 1926.760(a)(1)
  26. 26. Fall Protection • Controlled decking zones • Up to 30 foot fall 1926.760(a)(3)
  27. 27. Fall Protection • Connector fall protection at 30 feet 1926.760(b)(1)
  28. 28. Fall Protection • Connectors provided w fall arrest at 15 to 30 feet • Connectors must be provided and wear equipment necessary to be able to be tied-off, or be provided with other means of fall protection 1926.760(b)(3)
  29. 29. Fall Protection • Employees in a controlled decking zone over 30 feet need fall protection 1926.760(c)(1)
  30. 30. Fall Protection • Access to the CDZ only for those doing the leading edge work 1926.760(c)(2)
  31. 31. Fall Protection • The CDZ shall not be more than90 feet by 90 feet 1926.760(c)(3)
  32. 32. Fall Protection • Guardrails must meet 1926.502 1926.760(d)(1) Sag is several inches
  33. 33. Fall Protection • Fall Arrest system shall meet 1926.502 1926.760(d)(2) Each Employee must have their own lifeline
  34. 34. Training • Training shall be provided by a qualified person 1926.761(a)
  35. 35. Training • All employees trained 1926.761(b)
  36. 36. Training • In proper procedure for multiple lifts 1926.761(c)(2)(i)
  37. 37. Training • In the hazards of connecting 1926.761(c)(2)(ii)
  38. 38. Training • In the controlled decking procedures 1926.761(c)(3)
  39. 39. Training • The nature and the hazards of working in a CDZ 1926.761(c)(3)(i)
  40. 40. Training • Proper installation techniques 1926.761(c)(3)(ii)

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