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CIS 03-1512
Department of Labor - Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Longshoring, Marine Terminals, and Gear Certification - Final Rule [USA]
This is a corrected version of the 1997 Final Rule concerning safety and health regulations for longshoring (see CIS 98-388). The Rules address cargo handling and related activities conducted aboard vessels (the Longshoring Standard) and landside operations at maritime terminals (the Maritime Terminals Standard). Several cross-references to the rules applying to gear certification are also corrected.
Federal Register, 30 June 2000, Vol.65, No.127, p.40,936-40,951. [in English]


CIS 98-388
Department of Labor - Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
Longshoring and Marine Terminals: Final Rule [USA]
Topics: access to workplaces; approval; compliance tests; conveyors; dangerous work; dock work; face and eye protection; first-aid and rescue organization; guy ropes; head protection; industrial trucks; inspection; law; lifting equipment; lifting of loads; load carriage; loading and unloading equipment; personal protective equipment; safety and health organization; ships; transport containers; USA; ventilation; vocational training.
Federal Register, 25 July 1997, Vol.62, No.143, p.40142-40234.


CIS 89-1412 Longshoring industry: OSHA Safety and Health Standards Digest [USA]
This digest covers safety and health standards applying to the longshoring industry. Its main constituents are: 29 CFR Part 1917 - Safety and health regulations for marine terminals (marine terminal operations, cargo handling gear and equipment, specialised terminals, personal protection, terminal facilities, related terminal operations and equipment); and 29 CFR Part 1918 - Safety and health regulations for longshoring (general, gangways, gear certification, means of access, working surfaces, opening and closing hatches, cargo handling, general working conditions, personal protective equipment).
US Department of Labor, Occupational Safety and Health Administration, Washington, DC 20210, USA, Rev. ed., Sep. 1983. 256p.


CIS 81-719
US Department of Transportation, Materials Transportation Bureau
Identification numbers, hazardous wastes, hazardous substances, international descriptions, improved descriptions, forbidden materials, and organic peroxides.
These regulations dated 7 May 1980 (effective 20 Nov. 1980) prescribe a numerical identification system for hazardous materials in transport for commercial purposes and issue rules for the transportation of hazardous wastes and for identification of, and discharge notifications for, hazardous substances. They also list prohibited materials, standardise labelling for organic peroxides, and provide for optional use of United Nations shipping descriptions. Synoptic table (57p.) of hazardous materials, with hazard class, identification number, labelling and packaging requirements, minimum net quantity in one package; air, road, rail and ship transport requirements. Optional hazardous materials table (36p.) for shipping, with IMCO class, UN number, packaging group, and vessel stowage requirements (cargo or passenger vessel). Appendix: cross-reference index (product name/UN number).
Federal Register, 49 Code of Federal Regulations Parts 171-174, 176, 177. 22 May 1980, Vol.45, No.101, p.34560-34705.


CIS 76-238 Occupational safety and health standards for maritime employment.
This consolidated text of the Occupational Safety and Health Standards for Maritime Employment updates and republishes the standards, but does not make any substantive changes. It is divided into 5 main parts (ship repairing, shipbuilding, shipbreaking, longshoring, cargo gear certification) covering the following aspects: explosive and other hazardous atmospheres; surface preparation and preservation (toxic cleaning solvents, chemical paint and preservative removers, mechanical paint removers, painting, flammable liquids); welding, cutting and heating; scaffolds, ladders and other working surfaces; general working conditions; gear and equipment for rigging and materials handling; tools and related equipment; personal protective equipment; ship's machinery and piping systems; portable, unfired pressure vessels, drums and containers, other equipment; electrical machinery, opening and closing hatches, means of access, ship's cargo handling gear, etc. Subject index with each part.
Federal Register, Code of Federal Regulations, Title 29, Chapter 17, Parts 1915-1919. Washington, D.C., USA, 19 June 1974, Vol.39, No.119, p.22001-22106.